How You Can Quickly Deal With Digestive Issues. Thank you for tuning in. If you like what you are learning, please subscribe to my channel and smash the “like” button. Today, I want to give you a simple health hack to help you quickly deal with digestive issues.

How many of you have ever had digestive issues? I know most of you have. You might have heartburn, gas, burping, constipation, diarrhea, bloating, digestive problems. Everyone has digestive problems; no one wants to talk about them. So if you have digestive problems, I want to give you a simple tip to help you:
The easiest thing you can do at home is to take a hot towel and lay it across your abdomen. The towel should not be too hot, but as warm as you can stand it.
When you put heat on the digestive system, it relaxes the digestive system and stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system. What is that? Well, in your body, sympathetic nerves speed you up. Parasympathetic nerves slow you down.
Digestion is a parasympathetic nerve function, so we need to calm down the digestive system, and a really easy solution is to lay a warm/hot towel across your abdomen.
Having trouble sleeping? Have kids that are suffering from digestive problems? Lay a warm towel across their abdomen, and it should calm them down and make them feel better.
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