When the Vagus Nerve is out of balance, it can affect many of the organs of digestion.
The vagus nerve is actually a a bundle of nerves leading from the gut through the heart and to the brain. It’s the longest cranial nerve and has communication with every organ.
It’s main function is to power the parasympathetic nervous system. The parasympathetic nervous system is part of the autonomic service system known as the “rest and digest” system. It plays a role in heart rate, sexual arousal, digestion, urination, and gastrointestinal activity.
The vagus nerve works tirelessly to control inflammation. It alerts the brain to release neurotransmitters when inflammatory proteins called cytokines are present. These neurotransmitters help the body repair then reduce inflammation.
Another function of the vagus nerve is to trigger the release of acetylcholine which controls muscles, dilates blood vessels, and slows heart rate. It’s safe to say the vagus nerve may be the most important nerve that the majority of people are still unaware of.
Vagus Nerve Revitalization
Here are some frequencies included in this library (not all listed):
- Atriventricular Node
- Cardiac Branch
- Chant to activate the Vagus Nerve
- Deep Breathing to Stimulate Vagus Nerve
- Dorsal Motor Nucleus
- Gut-associated lymph tissue
- HCl production
- Pulmonary Plexus
- SA Node
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