Do you want anxiety therapy through vagus nerve treatment? If yes, then keep reading...
Have you been feeling the effects of stress and anxiety bringing you to an all-time low? Perhaps you have seizures or digestive ailments that just don't seem to right themselves?
Your body is a beautiful piece of work, with so many self-healing methods to get you through the toughest of scenarios. In these pages, we will be diving into the human body to have a look at the Vagus Nerve, and the benefits around its stimulation. We will be touching on how you can use different exercises in order to get you through your highest anxieties, as well as tackling depression and severe illness. Learn how to relax an overstimulated Vagus nerve before it becomes damaged, and spot a damaged nerve with ease. Let's get comfortable, prop up with some pillows, and take an in-depth look into what your system can do for you!
The Vagus Nerve is one of twelve pairs of cranial nerves in the body. The purpose of each of these pairs is to link the brain to other areas inside the body, more specifically the abdomen, neck, and the head.
Some of these cranial nerve pairs will send off sensory information to the brain and body, such as the intricate details on sights and what you have seen throughout your day, certain smells that may have sparked a memory or left a bad or good impression, a taste that you may know and love or completely despise or that you may remember from way back when in your childhood, or a sound that you find to be familiar for some reason, but maybe you can't quite put your finger on it.
These particular nerves are known to have sensory functions, whereas some of the other cranial nerves within your body will have more control over your movements and well as controlling certain muscles and gland functions. These are better known as motor functions.
The vagus nerve is an anomaly all on its own. This particular nerve has both sensory and motor functions, while most other cranial nerves will only have one or the other of these functions. The vagus nerve itself, you will find, somehow keeps track of way more than we realize.
This book gives a comprehensive guide on the following:
- The vagus nerve
- Natural ways to stimulate your vagus nerve
- Measuring nervous function with heart rate variability (hrv)
- Substances that may interfere with the vagus nerve
- Vagus nerve stimulation
- The vagus nerve and bipolar disorder
- The lungs and how the vagus nerve affects them
- Measuring the vagus nerve tone
- The polyvagal theory and ptsd
- How to fix emotional detachment
- ... AND MORE!!!