A recent article came out that truly is groundbreaking…
It starts off by saying…
“Take a deep breath. Hug a friend. Reach for the ceiling and stretch your limbs.”
By doing any of these, you activate a system of nerves in your body,
That connect the brain to the heart, gut, immune system, and other organs.
And this system is called the “Vagus Nerve”.
Where is this Vagus Nerve in your body?
It starts in skull, and then sprawls down your body like a spider web.
(It is the longest but most misunderstood network of nerves in the body).
Experts have linked its function to Migraines, IBS, Depression, Arthritis, Pain, and more…
Want to hear something else really interesting?
The unique “Torque Release Technique”, or the chiropractic method that I specialize in,
Specifically activates the Vagus Nerve.
Now some of you may already know this, but most of you likely don’t…
When I adjust those specific spots on your spine – skull, upper neck, sacrum, tailbone, sphenoid (sides of your head)…
We are waking up your Vagus Nerve.
That is why many patients see improved sleep, higher energy levels, improved digestion, and better focus and concentration.
They come with neck and back pain…
But leave with improvements with the above.
Another cool thing – we can MEASURE these changes with the Heart Rate Variability (HRV) test that we do.
It’s a quick, easy, 3 minute test.
And this test lets you see if your Vagus Nerve is working properly or not.
So yes… hug someone. Meditate. Do yoga. Breathe deeper.
But be under chiropractic care.
It is an essential part of your well-being.
And the research is finally catching up.
Contact us for an HRV assessment if you want to see how your Vagus Nerve is functioning.
Or simply call us to pop in for an adjustment if you haven’t been in here for awhile.
But try not to take this lightly.
The Science is telling you what to do.
Read here the full article: https://elemental.medium.com/science-confirms-that-the-vagus-nerve-is-key-to-well-being-c23fab90e211
In Good Health,
Arora Family Chiropractic
Appointments: (204) 951-6887