What Happens in Vagus (Nerve), Stays in Your Body
…and there might be some surrender to the idea that this is how it’s always going to be…
…why would it be different? It’s been around this long… you can’t remember a time when it wasn’t there.
Can I offer a possibility that it doesn’t have to be that way? Allow me to give you permission, for whatever it’s worth…
You don’t have to live with pain!
You’ve likely heard the statement – “Do what you always did, get what you always got.” Therefore, if you do something different.. you’ll get something different.
But, if you do what you always did, you’ll get what you always got…. creating an unfortunate self-fulfilling prophecy.
You CAN break the cycle.
If you do something different, you can get something different.
Let me present you with something different: an exercise called the Vagus Nerve Reset. If you do something new, you get something new in your life, like less pain, lowered stress, and a more comfortable body…
Watch the above video (4:19) and you can have a result like “Betsy” did. My (fake-name) patient was able to easily get through a scary dental visit without medication because she applied the principles explained in the video!
The Vagus Nerve Reset gives you access to the brain regions that promote health, growth and restoration.
The exercise benefits are cumulative – the more you do it, the better and faster it works. If you do it twice a day, for six weeks, I guarantee you’ll experience a more relaxed body and a calmer, clearer mind!
Is your nervous system stuck in freeze? COVID, elections, social unrest. Tensions are high and times are hard. You’re tired of it all. You’re exhausted.
Going Backwards in Life sucks… and can be a Good Thing. Life’s tough right now, really hard. It’s a good thing that humans are BUILT to do hard things. YES, you can do hard things!
Are you a mouth breather? Shallow breather? Hold your breath a lot? Non-optimal breath patterns have been associated with sleep apnea, bad breath, tooth decay, lack of energy, digestive issues, neck pain… the list goes on.