Do you want to learn how to control the vagus nerve power with self-help techniques and meditation-yoga to reduce inflammation from trauma and chronic diseases, blowing away brain fog, and improving your well-being? If yes, then keep reading….
Vagus nerve is the longest ever cranial that starts behind the ears in the brain and interacts with all major bodies. This sends fibers, and actually directs the inner core of your nerve, to all your visceral organs, sending nerve impulses to every organ in your body. The term vagus means, basically, “hiking” because it stretches from the brain to the reproductive organs all over the body. The vagus nerve, except the surrender and thyroid glands, is important in connection with the mental body as it passes all major organs. For each organ, it is in contact; this is an essential nerve. It helps prevent anxiety and depression in the brain.
The reason for our response to each other is closely connected to the vaguely attached nervous system that adapts our ore to speak and coordinates eye contact and gestures. This nerve can also affect the correct release of hormones in the body to maintain a healthy mind and body system. The vagus nerve increases the acidity of the stomach and digestive juice production to promote digestion in the stomach. It can also help you absorb vitamin B12 when activated. If it does not work properly, you can then expect serious intestinal problems like Colitis. The vagus nerve helps to release bile when it travels through the gallbladder, which allows the body to absorb toxins and split fat.
In the bladder, it is this nerve that facilitates improved kidney function, increases blood flow, and thus improves our body’s filtration.
This book covers the following topics:
- What is the vagus nerve?
- Where is the vagus nerve?
- The functions of the vagus nerve
- How the vagus nerve manages it all?
- Measuring vagus health: heart rate variability
- Why your vagus nerve is important?
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