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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 25 Oct 22

What is the Vagus Nerve?The Vagus nerve is one of the most important nerves of the human body. The Vagus is the tenth cranial nerve, one of the set of twelve pairs of cranial nerves (there are actually two Vagus nerves, one on each side of the body) that connect the central nervous system to peripheral organs. The Vagus emerges from the brainstem to carry information back and forth between the brain and a number of organs in the thorax and the abdomen, including the heart, lungs, most of the GI tract, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, and kidneys.The Vagus nerve is the longest …

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What is the Vagus Nerve?The Vagus nerve is one of the most important nerves of the human body. The Vagus is the tenth cranial nerve, one of the set of twelve pairs of cranial nerves (there are actually two Vagus nerves, one on each side of the body) that connect the central nervous system to peripheral organs. The Vagus emerges from …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jan 22

The science of stress is more complex than ever before. New studies shed light on the fact that while emotional stressors are definitely part of the equation, “stress” must be viewed holistically in order to attain true well-being.Lack of sleep, the gut-mood connection, daily exposure to toxins, and even our stress mindsets are all components that tax our body, putting our health, longevity, and mental wellness at risk.The good news is, there are easy to implement techniques to hack your body’s biology in order to feel your best. Here are a few of our favorite biohacks for stress free living.5 Science-Backed Biohacks …

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The science of stress is more complex than ever before. New studies shed light on the fact that while emotional stressors are definitely part of the equation, “stress” must be viewed holistically in order to attain true well-being.Lack of sleep, the gut-mood connection, daily exposure to toxins, and even our stress mindsets are all components that tax our body, putting …

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