Better Digestion Improves Sleep
Reneé Barasch, LDHS
Certified Digestive Health Specialist Reneé Barasch, LDHS, the “tummy whisperer”, helps people resolve poor digestion and related symptoms such as gas, bloating, constipation, stiff sore joints and cravings.
Barasch, the founder and owner of Digestive Health Solutions, says that there is a direct connection between food cravings and poor sleep because the stomach may be sending mixed messages to the brain. The stomach is also a factor in how well we sleep. “When your digestive system is out of balance, the volume on your cravings turns up and sleep is disrupted,” says Barasch.
She recommends that those that struggle with food cravings or the ability to fall asleep and stay asleep determine which foods cause their issues. Barasch’s programs help clients connect the dots between health issues and the foods they eat, providing dietary answers that will enable a lifetime of better health.Location: 112 Lake St., Libertyville. For more information, call 847-207-2034 or visit TheTummyWhisperer.com.