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If you want to own your health, you have to own your vagus nerve. 

The vagus is the brain's eyes, ears, and hands. Like an octopus' tentacles, it senses major internal functions and will feed valuable information back to the brain.

Unreliable or a lack of feedback information has shown to affect both our physical and mental health. 

The vagus nerve can be seen as the mind-body link.

LEARN HOW TO HELP YOUR VAGUS

The vagus nerve can be affected by many things but like a muscle, can be trained to become strong and resilient

START HERE

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ARE YOU STRUGGLING WITH

Abdominal pain and bloating.

Acid reflux (gastroesophageal reflux disease, GERD).

Changes to heart rate, blood pressure or blood sugar.

Difficulty swallowing or loss of gag reflex.

Dizziness or fainting.

Hoarseness, wheezing or loss of voice

Inflammatory conditions
Anxiety
Mood swings
Depression 

These are all signs of possible vagal issues.

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QUESTIONS ANSWERED

What is the vagus nerve?

What is it responsible for?

How and by what can it be affected?

How do I know my vagus nerve is struggling?

What can I do to help my vagus nerve, and therefore my physical and mental health?

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ALL IN ONE PLACE

Answering all the above questions, covering everything Vagus, including a library of self-help exercises, download the video today and keep it for life!