As if you didn’t already have enough to worry about to keep you up at night, a new study indicates that poor sleep can negatively affect your gut microbiome, which can, in turn, lead to additional health issues.
That’s at the heart – or gut – of the study just published in PLoS ONE that involved several researchers from Nova Southeastern University (NSU.) Dr. Jaime Tartar and Dr. Robert Smith wanted to see just how much of a connection there is between what is going on in our insides and how that may impact the quality of sleep we experience. And their research has garnered media coverage – you can read the stories below:
- NuturaIngredients (10/31/19);
- All for Women (10/31/19);
- The Asian Age (10/31/19);
- MindBodyGreen (10/30/19);
- Malay Mail (10/30/19);
- Technology Networks (10/30/19)
You can read the full press release ONLINE.