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The Vagus Nerve

The Vagus Nerve is the physical connection between your mind and body.

It is primarily responsible for activating the Rest and Digest response, your body’s natural relaxation response.

It controls the autonomic nervous system, which affects functions like heart rate, breathing rate, blood pressure, and other physiological functions that can be adversely affected by anxiety episodes and hyperactive mental states.

Auricular nerve branches throughout the ear communicate directly with a region in the brainstem that helps process information to generate an appropriate response to stressors and to calm an anxious or overactive mind.

Vagal Tone

Vagal Tone is a term that describes how active your vagus nerve is.

People with low vagal tone tend to remain in an elevated sympathetic state after experiencing a stressor, whereas people with a high vagal tone are able to recover from a sympathetic state faster after experiencing a stressor.

Measure your Vagal Tone
Vagal tone can be measured using consumer grade Heart Rate Variability sensors and can be increased using various vagal activation techniques.

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