Vagus Nerve Secrets
by Roberta Rivera
How to Activate Your Vagus Nerve and How Access Your Body's Self- Healing Power.
Exercises to Activate Your Nervous System Stimulation, Overcoming Anxiety, Depression and Trauma
Our bodies are amazing. You don't even need to think in order to breathe, pump blood throughout your body, and process the food you ingest. Your body needs no conscious input from you to keep running and providing every cell in your body with the correct amount of nutrition, water, and oxygen to function perfectly. All this is made possible by your autonomic nervous system, which is responsible for all the unconscious functions of your body. Our brains are divided into, with the forebrain letting us think and consciously make decisions and do things. However, we don't need that to survive. The brainstem manages that all on its own, without the need for any outside thought. You don't need to remember to breathe or keep your blood circulating, which is a good thing since most of us would probably forget sometimes.
The brainstem sits at the top of the spinal cord and is like the control center for all autonomic parts of the body. Each nucleus within the brainstem has a specific purpose and, when the connection between the brainstem and the rest of the body is damaged, it can wreak havoc on our bodies. Many people have discovered this firsthand when they suffer damage to their nervous system.
If you look at the brainstem as the computer that keeps the body running, your nervous system is like the cables that run to the various parts of the system. If one of those cables is damaged, it affects the entire system. Likewise, your body needs all those connections to function properly if you're going to feel great.
You have probably heard of the gut-brain connection. It postulates that a healthy gut result in a healthy brain. How could that possibly be? Well, you have connections throughout your body. The nervous system runs from your brain through your whole body, with the vagus nerve touching everything from your heart and lungs to the intestines and bladder. It's all connected and it isn't just the brain making things work throughout the body. What your body is going through is also a big part of your brain health. I liken it to a pond. If the pH is off or if one plant starts to overgrow, the entire system is wonky. It can be almost impossible to reset, because if you change the pH it changes everything. Just like that, if one part of your body is off, the rest of it will be altered, too, thanks to the nervous system.
Your nervous system can become damaged for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it's a disease that affects things. Sometimes it is a medication that is being used to treat something else. An accident or injury can also cause damage to the nervous system, and the results can be quite horrific and life-altering. In this book, you will learn more about:
A complete view of the nervous systemThe vagus nerve in medical therapyCentral cranial nervousness (mystery)Vagus nerve dysfunctional signalHealth and life benefitsVagus nerve: its importance to weight loss and healthVagus nerve stimulation techniquesStimulation of the vagus nerve and keeping it healthyVagus nerve for reducing inflammation... AND MORE!
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