How Does Your Stomach Feel After You Eat?
Are you prone to stomach aches, bloating and heartburn?  If any of these questions seem familiar to you, or you’ve experienced them on some level, then you probably have some digestion issues. If you’ve been wondering if you need to speak to a professional about your digestive health, then you might want to see if you come across any signs that you need to improve your digestion in the following article.

Your Breath Smells
When most people notice that someone has bad breath, their first reaction might be to pull back and avoid the subject, but telling someone that they have bad breath could be life changing for them because bad breath is soften a sign of much more important issues. Many people who have bad breath simply have digestive problems that they haven’t become aware of yet. Paying close attention to when your breath smells can also give you an indication of what’s triggering it specifically.

You’re Tired After Meals
Do you feel energized and lively after meals, or tired and lethargic? How you feel after a dinner can say a lot about the state of your digestive health. Sometimes it can be as simple a needing to have more fiber in your diet, but one major issue that people have is constipation. This build up of waste can prevent your body from absorbing the vital nutrients that you need to stay healthy. This could also become more serious when you’re not able go to the bathroom on a regular basis and toxins build up inside your body. Normally, one way they get excreted is through the stool.

Adult Skin Issues
So, a pimple suddenly rises on your cheek. Then a few days later another, and another. Is this just adult acne? Well, it’s possible, but it’s a fairly common thing for people with digestive problems to have skin issues. Many skin issues begin in the gut, due to an imbalance of bad bacteria. If you get enough good bacteria to fight the bad, then your skin might naturally clear up.

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