Vagus Nerve: Discover the healing power of the vagus nerve and improve your health, wellbeing, and quality of life. (Paperback)

Vagus Nerve: Discover the healing power of the vagus nerve and improve your health, wellbeing, and quality of life. By Joel Peter Heal Cover Image
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Have you ever felt anxious for no real reason, suffered from panic attacks, depression or have you ever had frequent headaches, fatigue, stomachaches? If medicines have never helped you with these problems, then keep reading, maybe you can find a solution that you have never considered.

An interesting and complete health guide about the functions the vagus nerve is implicated in.

Unknown to many, the vagus nerve is key to health and vitality. It regulates the automatic functions of the body, descends into the intestine through different organs such as the lungs, heart, liver or kidneys. Not only is it a fundamental element for the proper functioning of the organism, but it also constitutes the most direct link between the brain and the intestinal microbiome, essential for immune and anti-inflammatory functions.

Health and the function of the vagus nerve are closely associated with the vagal tone. When the vagus nerve is working as it should, it is said it has a high vagal tone. A high vagal tone plays an important part in having good physical health, mental wellness, and stress resistance.

When the vagus nerve isn't working properly, there is a low vagal tone. People who get stressed easily and have problems calming down after experiencing stress might possible have a low vagal tone. Often times this leads to chronic inflammation, this is an important factor in illnesses of the mind and body, such as:

  • Alzheimer
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Migraine
  • Heart Disease
  • Cancer, and many more.

Through simple techniques designed to stimulate it, we can improve sleep quality, digestion, immune system, blood sugar levels, mood, and other functions without the need for medication.

With this book you will learn everything you need to know about the vagus nerve:

  • How to listen to your body
  • All the diseases caused by inflammation of the vagus nerve.
  • How to identify dysfunctions.
  • How to stimulate the nerve to strengthen it and alleviate your mind and body.
  • Includes self-help exercises for anxiety, depression, and trauma.








Product Details
ISBN: 9781705588451
ISBN-10: 170558845X
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: November 4th, 2019
Pages: 144
Language: English

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