Vagus Nerve Stimulation with Massage

The vagus nerve is the longest cranial nerve and it’s the main channel of bi-communication between our organs, primarily the gut, and the brain. With stress of any kind, the vagus nerve may get sluggish resulting in hoarseness of voice, difficulty swallowing, poor gag reflex, IBS and IBD, as well as anxiety and depression. Stimulation of the vagus nerve provides overall support for brain / body communication leading to improved wellbeing. In this video learn how to use essential oils to enhance a simply vagus nerve massage. Your health status would determine the frequency and duration of your massage. If you’re in good health, apply this technique when anxious feelings arise or when there is digestive upset. If your health is compromised, dedicate 5 mins a day to this technique in order to reset the body and support it’s healing process.