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What’s The Connection Between Your Gut Health and Anxiety?

It’s not all in your head

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There is no one single cause for anxiety, and the reasons why people develop anxiety differ from person to person.

Possible causes are brain chemical imbalances, genes, and traumatic experiences.

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