The second layer of bowel movement production involves your hormones and the protective adaptive shifts that can occur when the brain senses a decrease in resources in the form of calories or macronutrients.
Low calories puts a strain on the body. When we are chronically exposed to snoring, our bodies suffer from a Chronic stress response From the nervous system, which communicates with the body to conserve resources. When the stress of low calorie intake is assessed, our hormones will shift the body’s focus away from vitality and toward protection. These hormonal shifts can trigger symptoms of constipation, but they can also manifest in the form of fatigue or low energy, hair loss, irregular periods, fertility problems, decreased libido, sugar cravings, lack of sleep, bloating, and increased weight.
Should any of these symptoms be present for you, here is your call to curiosity about how much you are eating and whether it is part of your own healing puzzle.