Calming the Nervous System to Improve Vagus Nerve Function

An important part of your body that can both contribute to and reduce stress is the vagus nerve.
Course Number 211135R
$18.00
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An important part of your body that can both contribute to and reduce stress is the vagus nerve. The vagus nerve is the largest cranial nerve that runs from your brainstem all the way to your abdomen like a communication superhighway between your gut and brain. Studies show that the vagus nerve regulates inflammation throughout the body.

Become informed about the importance  and impact of the vagus nerve and its functioning.

Optimal vagus nerve health can address many health issues such as anxiety disorders, heart disease, inflammation, including Rheumatoid arthritis, leaky gut, migraines, and memory disorders.

Find out how the vagus nerve affects your heart, lung, digestive tract, and emotions.

Use simple, yet very effective techniques, on yourself to improve the function of the cranial nerve such as breathing, exercise, and laughing. Use techniques to help regulate the nervous system to promote relaxation and decrease inflammation.

Because of the current situation with the novel coronavirus, this course is available only on Zoom. After you register, you will be emailed a Zoom link closer to the time of the class. The course will also be recorded.

Course 211135
Recording Date  Thursday, April 8, 2021
Time  2 Hours
Cost  $18.00, no refunds

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