• Vagus Nerve: Access and Activate Your Vagus Nerve, a Guide to Reduce Inflammation, Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, PTSD and Chronic Illness

  • By: Lewiss Miller
  • Narrated by: Alex Riley
  • Length: 3 hrs and 27 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (51 ratings)

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By: Lewiss Miller
Narrated by: Alex Riley
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You are one click away from discovering how you can drastically stop relying on medication to treat various ailments by making the most of the infinite benefits that come with an optimally performing vagus nerve! 

With the advancement of modern medicine, we’ve become increasingly reliant on medication for dealing with all manner of problems.

From coughs to digestion problems to body pains to emotional problems like stress, anxiety and depression to weight problems, inflammation and much more; we are indeed a "drugged" society.

There is one thing they don’t tell you though; your body has in-built systems in place to restore health. What you simply need to do is to know what these systems are, how they work and how to maximize their effectiveness!

If you do that, you can avoid a huge proportion of the medication that you take!

So where do you start?

Well, you can start by learning about the vagus nerve, which is forms the biggest and most complex health system within your body.

  • So what is the vagus nerve?
  • What does it do?
  • What does what it does relate to health?
  • What parts of your body suffer if it is not working as it ought to?
  • How do you optimize the functioning of the vagus nerve for health?
  • What does scientific research say about the vagus nerve?

This book seeks to answer these questions and many others by covering the ins and outs of the vagus nerve in an easy to follow, beginner friendly, jargon-free language to help you to start putting what you will learn into use immediately after you finish the book.

In it, you will learn:

  • Basic stuff about the vagus nerve, including what it is, how it is structured, where it is located and what it does (functions) so that you have a good understanding of why its optimal functioning should be top on your priority list
  • The meaning of the different terms you may come across as you work towards optimizing the functioning of your vagus nerve for optimal health
  • The link between the vagus nerve your digestive health, the heart and different other organs and organ systems
  • How an optimally performing vagus nerve may be the secret to the good health that you seek so dearly, free from stress, anxiety, depression, epilepsy, PTSD, inflammation etc.
  • Some habits or experiences that may disrupt the optimal functioning of your vagus nerve
  • How to use different creative strategies to jump-start the functioning of your vagus nerve
  • The concept of vagus nerve stimulation, including the science behind it, how it is done (at home or in a clinical setting) as well as why it has become such a huge subject of study
  • Approaches to instantly stimulate your vagus nerve to relieve inflammation, depression, migraines, and more
  • Exercises and activities that you can perform at home to stimulate your vagus nerve to bring instant benefits
  • How to stay safe throughout the process
  • And much more...

Indeed, you can stop using medication for many of the problems that you use medication. All you have to do is to know how to optimize the functioning of your vagus nerve to turn things around as far as your health is concerned!

And you don’t have to be a medical professional to use the teachings in this book; it is beginner friendly and easy to apply.

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For doctors ONLY!

I’m not a doctor so I couldn’t understand much of what I read. It’s for medical staff or students. Very technical and of course... boring.

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Lots of technical terminology

This book isn't very clear on how exactly to achieve well being. It's mostly about case studies and how each one affected the vagus nerve. Interesting, but I would have preferred a less technical book and one that helps the listener understand in more laymen terms.

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  • 03-27-21

Meeh

This is not an easy-to-follow book. I didn’t get anything about anything. It literally says it’s easy to follow and it’s written in a simple language. It is not!