Basically, the liver is responsible for everything in your body. And it produces bile, which improves digestion, and improves your microbiome. And as you know, your microbiome has bacteria that produce serotonin, GABA, and all the other neurotransmitters. And so, if you have insufficient amounts of bile, then your microbiome will be unhealthy and you'll produce unhealthy amounts of serotonin and GABA. The digestive system/gastrointestinal system is the parts of the body that digest food that can change your mind-body connection. Digestion works by moving food through the GI tract. And so if you have liver stagnation or liver toxicity, this conversion doesn't go well. And your thyroid hormone is super important to help your brain produce serotonin. Your thyroid hormone helps the cells in your intestines stick together more tightly and prevent the leaky gut syndrome.
How the Liver Function is connected to your Mood and Anxiety Level?
The liver controls dispersion and regulates emotions, and pathological changes in this process are associated with psychological stress. Therefore, research on the biological mechanisms by which the liver regulates emotion usually focuses on psychological stress.