內容簡介 Do you want to learn vagus nerve stimulating exercises that increase and activate your body's natural self-healing power? If yes, then keep reading...Our brains contain about 100 billion neurons, or nerves, which creates a vast network of 100 trillion or so connections; this network manages every physical aspect of our bodies, from heartbeat and breathing to our senses, digestion and the functions of our liver, pancreas, kidneys and muscles. It also manages every thought, memory and emotion we can evoke. Connecting the brain to many of the most important parts and functions of our bodies is largely the work of 12 double cranial nerves that originate in the brainstem and spread out to reach organs, muscles, and extremities. The longest, and by far the most diverse of these cranial nerves, number X in the traditional Roman numerals, is the vagus nerve; its name derives from the Latin word for wanderer in acknowledgement of the diversity of organs and body parts it reaches. Why should you care about a long, diverse nerve that seems to do quite well on its own, without any help or thought or acknowledgement on your part? Awake or asleep, isn't your heart beating as it should 60 times every minute; isn't your breathing going on about 14 times every minute? And aren't your kidneys doing their job filtering the waste products from your blood and forwarding them on to your bladder, and aren't your stomach and intestines doing their digestive work, and isn't your liver helping to metabolize what's been assimilated, and so on? This book covers the following topics: - The nervous system- Diseases associated with the vagus nerve and how to prevent them- How does spd affect daily life?- Mindfulness exercise- What causes inflammation of the vagus nerve?- Disorders associated with vagus nerve malfunction- Introduction cranial nerves and their functions- Anxiety and vagus nerve- Implement a few lifestyle changes to start increasing vagal nerve health- Putting it all together- ...And much moreYes, but there's more to this than might be apparent at first glance. While all the functions are certainly under the control of the autonomic nervous system, its component sensory and motor functions are more subject to your control than you may realize. You can have a say in how you are reacting, physically and emotionally, to the evolutionary reactions and responses that kept our early Homo Sapiens ancestors alive and ensured their inclusion in the natural selection process, but which now may be overreacting. These reactions may need to be brought down; or the reactions may be underreacting and need to be stimulated. Your vagus nerve is awaiting your introduction and acquaintance to offer you some control. Do you want to learn more? Don't wait anymore, press the buy now button and get started.