Incredible micro bio
Blesst brings awareness and community engagement with university of Birmingham about micro bio and our gut and healthy eating and how this is connected to our brain and stomach and how poor gut health might be the root cause of many mental health problems. people with depression have different population of gut microbes than those without. Gut microbiome is the unique ecosystem of trillions of Bacteria Fungi, and viruses brain Research these micro organisms plays a big part in how we
feel, how our gut functions, and our overall health.
BLESST believes that creativity can have tangible benefits on mental health. “Mental health problems when thinking about yourself as been difficult or rejected . BLESST allowS these young people recover through internal to external expression to restore themselves, while helping young people do this at the BLESST centre felt enormously satisfying. When working with teenagers who are at the beginning stages of their lives and are in transistion to become independent, and interact with the wider community, society new people and new life's that are very demanding for young people today that are not really listen too on the issues of young people and mental health.