• Vagus Nerve

  • Activate Body’s Natural Healing Power, Reduce Chronic Illness, Inflammation, Anxiety and Depression with Physical Exercises
  • By: Richard Miller
  • Narrated by: Alan Walkman
  • Length: 3 hrs and 45 mins
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Publisher's Summary

What if you could activate or improve your body’s natural healing thanks to a few simple physical exercises? Just imagine those exercises reducing your body’s inflammation, anxiety, or chronic illness. How could it be possible?

Before you’ll find it out, you have to be better informed about Vagus Nerve.

If you never heard about Vagus Nerves, which are usually referred to in the singular, they are the longest and maybe the most important autonomic nerves in human body.

Starting from the inferior cerebellar peduncle it extends up to the colon.

And how is it related to our body’s natural healing?

Simply because this nerve is related to the most important organs and a lot of physical and emotional effects. 

In fact Vagus Nerve partially controls our heart and other internal organs as well, insulin signaling, emotions like orgasms and other physical functions.

Knowing exactly and stimulating in the right way this important nerve can bring lots of benefits on various areas.

This is how reduce anxiety, inflammation, chronic illness, and improving body’s natural healing in the same time could be possible.

You will find in Vagus Nerve by Richard Miller an exhaustive and simple guide to better know how this part of the human body works and how you can stimulate it thanks to simple exercises.

Here’s what you will find inside:

  • the relationships between Vagus Nerve and heart, brain, immune, and digestive systems 
  • symptoms and signals of a Vagus Nerve dysfunction
  • the role of Vagus Nerve stimulation as a treatment for post traumatic stress disorder
  • the polyvagal theory therapy
  • 34 simple and effective exercises to stimulate Vagus Nerve
  • and much, much more!

What are you waiting! Get Vagus Nerve by Richard Miller now.You will immediately spot the results and benefits!

©2020 Richard Miller (P)2020 Richard Miller

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Dreadful. Monotonous drone.

Like listening to a class outline.
Worse, still, the “performance”. Most anatomy terms mispronounced. You’d think, given that this subject is anatomy, that the narrator would have taken the trouble to find out how these words were pronounced.
Monotonous drone.

Hoped to find diagrams and anatomy “maps” in the Kindle version. Nope. It is, in fact, an outline.

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