In the Vagus Nerve Revitalization Program, clients can reduce their risk of vagus nerve problems and improve their body’s self-healing ability by learning to create and maintain more optimal physiological and mental-emotional states.
In the Vagus Nerve Revitalization Program, progressive relaxation, mindfulness meditation, and various controlled breathing practices and mind-body techniques are used. The majority of these mind-body techniques have a positive impact on the vagus nerve’s function.
How the vagus nerve heals us
When the Vagus Nerve is out of whack, it can affect a variety of digestive organs.
The vagus nerve is a collection of nerves that run from the gut to the heart and the brain. It is the longest cranial nerve and communicates with all of the body’s organs.
The vagus nerve is the parasympathetic nervous system’s most crucial nerve. Its primary purpose is to provide energy to the parasympathetic nervous system. The autonomic service system known as the “rest and digest” system includes the parasympathetic nervous system. Heart rate, sexual arousal, digestion, urination, and gastrointestinal activity are all affected by it.
The vagus nerve works nonstop to keep inflammation under control. When inflammatory proteins called cytokines are present, it signals the brain to release neurotransmitters. These neurotransmitters aid in the body’s repair and inflammation reduction.
The vagus nerve also controls muscles, dilates blood vessels, and slows heart rate by triggering the release of acetylcholine. It is safe to say that this nerve is the the essential nerve that most people are still unaware of.
It plays a role in the healing process as well as feelings of peace and well-being. Because of increased understanding of its function in immune and inflammatory response regulation, organ function, and psychological health, the full extent of its potential role in healing the mind and body is only beginning to be understood.
Low vagus nerve activity is linked to the leaky gut, gut dysbiosis, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and chronic fatigue syndrome.
The use of a surgically implanted device for vagal nerve stimulation (VNS) is highly effective for various diseases characterized by severe chronic and uncontrolled inflammation. Since the early 1990s, the device has been used to treat epilepsy, OCD, and severe non-responsive depression. Biofeedback therapy can also be used to stimulate the activity of the vagus nerve as it’s without side effects and non-invasive.
Biofeedback Vagus Nerve Revitalization Program
Biofeedback Vagus Nerve Revitalization Program is a holistic approach to health and well-being. In this program, the practitioner uses a voice analysis device to measure your body’s functions during a biofeedback session. The practitioner suggests how you can make physiologic changes based on the feedback from the devices. You can understand how to make those physical changes and listen to your customized frequencies to help with balancing your stress disturbances and creating harmony.
You will experience Biofeedback’s frequencies, where we’ll start to figure out what’s causing your main symptoms and you’ll get rebalancing EMF feedback. You will receive a 10-minute audio file snippet of your tune. Feel free to listen to them for up to 30 minutes per day.
Your right and left brain can begin to connect and cross-communicate harmoniously by using Biofeedback frequencies. The Biofeedback frequencies stimulate the vagus nerve with the ultimate goal of helping carry you into a state of deep relaxation, necessary for a healthier body and longer life.
Due to their proximity to the vagus nerve, the ear and hearing significantly impact the rest of the body. This vital nerve is connected to the posterior wall of the external auditory canal, the lower part of the eardrum’s membrane, and the stapedius (stirrup) muscle in the middle ear. It travels from these parts of the ear to the lower internal organs, where it is responsible for various regulatory functions in the pharynx, larynx, thorax, and abdomen.
Stimulating the ear is essentially the same as stimulating all of the vital vegetative internal organs.
As a result, the ear is a parasympathetic regulatory organ that uses vagus nerve innervation to affect the entire body.
By resonating in the eardrums very close to it, sound vibrations significantly impact all of the areas of the body reached by this vital nerve. Furthermore, the majority of cranial nerves are connected to the ear, either directly or indirectly.
This is one of the reasons why biofeedback therapy instruments like tuning forks and Tibetan singing bowls can be so instantly calming and relaxing, assisting the body in returning to the nourishing state that is the polar opposite of the stress-induced “fight or flight” mode. On the other hand, long and sustained sounds tend to be soothing and relaxing (parasympathetic response). In contrast, sharp and abrupt sounds elicit alertness and alarm (sympathetic response).
Another intriguing factor is that auditory stimulation of the vagus nerve can cause the limbic system to become less active. The hypothalamus, hippocampus, amygdala, and several other nearby areas make up the limbic system located on both sides of the thalamus. It is thought to be primarily responsible for our emotional states and plays a significant role in memory formation.
A simple practice of listening to the tune of audio we provide you in the Biofeedback Vagus Nerve Revitalization Program can have tangible calming effects by its auditory stimulation of the vagus.
Make time during the day to try listening to audio through earbuds or headphones. Your left and right brain can begin to communicate harmoniously by using binaural frequencies to stimulate the vagus nerve, with the ultimate goal of assisting you in achieving the deep relaxation required for a healthier body and a longer life.