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As you now know, many people in this modern world overstimulate their nervous systems and become desensitized to chronic stress. Over time, this can lead to low vagal tone, which has been linked to a variety of mental and physical health issues, including chronic inflammation, neurodegeneration, poor gut function, autoimmunity and cancer. And we know this to be true: you cannot FULLY heal leaky gut, microbiome function or brain issues WITHOUT optimizing your vagus function. Learn how you can improve vagus nerve function and restore balance to your autonomic nervous system!

The more you know about health, the more you can prevent HARMING your health!

This information-packed event will remind you that anyone can learn how to use these powerful and approachable tools, and invite more natural solutions into their homes!


Here’s a reminder of all the amazing topics covered during this event (and in this transcripts eBook!):

  • Symptoms and Root Causes of Vagus Nerve Dysfunction
  • Heart Rate Variability as a Measure of Vagus Function
  • Vagus Nerve Stimulation and Neuroplasticity
  • Optimizing Vagus Function to Promote Healing
  • Connecting the Vagus Nerve, Emotions and Gut Function
  • Epigenetics of Chronic Stress
  • Vagus Nerve Stimulation Session of the Day: Guided Meditation
  • Environmental Toxins and Autonomic Dysfunction
  • How Mold Toxicity Damages Your Nervous System
  • Impact of Infections on Mitochondrial and Vagus Function
  • Electro-Magnetic Fields and Your Nervous System
  • How Dysfunctional Sleep Affects Your Vagus Nerve
  • Jaw Misalignment, Substance P and Nerve Issues
  • Vagus Nerve Stimulation and Cancer Prognosis
  • Vagus Nerve Stimulation Session of the Day: Guided Meditation
  • Havening Techniques for De-Encoding Trauma
  • EFT, Polyvagal Theory and the Mind-Body Connection
  • Healing Trauma with Somatic Experiencing
  • Impact of Birth Trauma Across Lifetime
  • Reclaiming Your Inner Child
  • Attachment Trauma and Social Connection
  • Dealing with Loss and Other Undesirable Feelings
  • Vagus Nerve Stimulation Session of the Day: Emotional Freedom Techniques
  • Biology of Belief
  • Building Self-Awareness with Enneagram
  • Activating Self-Love Through Kundalini Yoga
  • Impact of Perfectionism on Heart Rate Variability
  • Moving Meditation and Functional Breathing
  • 4 Steps to Optimize Performance, Energy and Longevity
  • Vagus Nerve Stimulation Session of the Day: Heart Chakra Yoga
  • Connecting Energy, Emotions and the Physical Body
  • Healing Your Nervous System with Sound
  • Rebalancing the Gut-Brain Axis with Homeopathy
  • Frequency-Specific Microcurrent Therapy
  • PEMF Therapy and Heart Rate Variability
  • Vagus Nerve Stimulation Session of the Day: Vagus Nerve Sound Healing
  • Dysfunctional Digestive Sequence, Vagus Nerve and SIBO
  • Balancing Neurotransmitters to Optimize Vagus Function
  • Microbiome and Vagus Nerve Connection
  • Link between Liver, Gallbladder and Vagus Function
  • Impact of Vagus Dysfunction on Inflammation and Autoimmunity
  • Supporting the Gut-Brain Axis with Intermittent Fasting
  • Vagus Nerve Stimulation Session of the Day: Affirmational Havening
  • Vagus Nerve Stimulation with Essential Oils
  • Effect of Sauna Therapy on Heart Rate Variability
  • Colon Hydrotherapy and Your Enteric Nervous System
  • Increasing Heart Rate Variability With Movement
  • Supporting Your Nervous System with Botanicals
  • Foods That Lower Your Vagal Tone
  • Eating Smart for Healthy Nerve Function
  • Vagus Nerve Stimulation Session of the Day: 2-minute Burnout Recovery Meditation

You don’t need to fall into the stress mode of life. You can use breath to relax, rather than stress, your mind and body. Yoga helps you to relearn that natural state that your body and mind want to be in: relaxation.

Deep breathing is both calming and energizing. The energy you feel from a few minutes of careful breathe is not nervous or hyper, but that calm, steady energy we all need. Slow, steady, and quiet breathing gives a message to your nervous system: Be calm.

Whole books have been written on yoga breathing. Here is one 5-minute Breath Break. (Read through the instructions several times before you try the practice.)

1. Sit with your spine as straight as possible. Use a chair if necessary but don’t slump into it. Feet flat on the floor with knees directly over the center of your feet. Use a book or cushion under your feet if they do not rest comfortably on the floor. Hands are on the tops of your legs.

2. Close your eyes gently and let them rest behind closed lids.

3. Think about your ribs, at the front, back, and at the sides of your body. Your lungs are behind those ribs.

4. Feel your lungs filling up, your ribs expanding out and up. Feel your lungs emptying, your ribs coming back down and in. Don’t push the breath.

5. The first few times you do this, do it for 2 to 3 minutes, then do it for up to 5 to 10 minutes. At first, set aside a time at least once a day to do this. When you learn how good it makes you feel, you’ll want to do it at other times as well.

Just as one stressful situation goes into your next challenge, relaxing for a few minutes every day gradually carries over into the rest of your daily life and activities.

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