Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 20, 2013
A recent article published by ABCnews.com depicts information from a group of Boston-centric physicians who are testing the abilities of probiotics to improve one’s mental health. The article discusses certain situations where improving the balance of intestinal flora, has directly correlated to the improvement of certain mental, and emotional disabilities, or illness. As the article states, physicians are still looking to gather empirical evidence as to which probiotics, are responsible for the connection between intestinal flora and mental health, reduced anxiety and depression. As a leader in probiotics education and awareness, Probiotic Action shares how these new development may help those suffering from acne and depression better treat their symptoms naturally.
The connection between acne and depression has long been discussed as to which condition causes the other. For those who have dealt with acne, feeling depressed or anxious are often synonymous feelings with breakouts. While anxiety itself may not clog pores, the hormones which cause increased breakouts are directly related to increased oil production, often resulting in clogged pores, and feeding the vicious cycle. While Probiotic Action does not claim their topical probiotic will have an effect on mental health, it will help control breakouts, and if used with an ingested probiotic, may have additional mental and physical health benefits.
"Although the link between probiotics and mental function are still up for discussion, it makes sense that the tiny bacteria may help increase mood. Vitamin supplements have long been said to support brain function and provide support to mood related hormones, so
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