Did you know how important the Vagus Nerve is for the majority of our body's function and healing? Have you never heard about the Polyvagal theory? Did you also know that this autonomic-nervous-system related nerve, if stimulated in the right way, can reduce our body anxiety, inflammation and chronic illness? How can this be possible? The Polyvagal theory is a theory that posits that the Vagus Nerve, or tenth cranial nerve, is interconnected with and sensitive to influences that flow from the body toward the brain. If you have 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 the 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 has a lot of physical and emotional effects. In this way it is possible to reduce anxiety, inflammation, chronic illness and at the same time improve the body's natural healing. Thanks to Peter Reid you'll find a complete and easy guide in "The Vagus Nerve: 2 BOOKS IN 1: the Polyvagal Theory + Vagus Nerve. The Ultimate Guide to Accessing the Healing Power of the Vagus Nerve". Once you have read the book you will have learnt: what the Polyvagal theory, Dorsal Vagal Complex (DVC), Ventral Vagal Complex (VVC) and vagal tone are what the Vagus Nerve is and how it is related to the autonomic nervous system and other important parts of our body how the Vagus Nerve is associated with stress and chronic disorder the role of Vagus Nerve stimulation as a treatment for post traumatic stress disorder Vagus Nerve stimulation what happens when the Vagus Nerve isn't working well the differences between the Sympathetic Nervous System and the Parasympathetic Nervous System the best ways to instantly animate your Vagus Nerve Yoga and Yoga therapy ...and much more! Scroll up and add to cart "The Vagus Nerve: 2 BOOKS IN 1" by Peter Reid!