Episode 135: Activate Your Vagus Nerve

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Published on January 6, 2020 by Spooky2 Videos

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We are delighted to have Dr. Navaz Habib as our guest expert in this week’s episode.

Episode 135: Activate Your Vagus Nerve
Date: Saturday, January 4, 2020
Time: 9:00 AM Nanjing, China (GMT+8.00)
SAMA Expert: Dr. Navaz Habib

In this episode of SAMA, Dr. Navaz Habib discusses the role of the vagus nerve.

Dr. Navaz Habib studied medical sciences at the University of Western Ontario. He works to identify the underlying causes of energy issues, hormone-based conditions, autoimmune diseases, and metabolic concerns. Dr. Habib uses simple daily lifestyle changes to help thousands of patients create positive health outcomes.

Dr. Habib considered that the vagus nerve is among the core nerves in the body. It connects the brain to our major organs, and affects our overall health. The vagus nerve is even implicated in Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Dr. Habib showed how to test whether the vagus nerve is functioning normally, and described several simple methods to improve our vagus nerve function. Small lifestyle changes, such as deep breathing, gargling, dietary changes and stress relief, all help to activate the vagus nerve.

In this interview, Dr. Habib shared:
路 What the vagus nerve is.
路 How the vagus nerve can alter our health and wellbeing.
路 How to activate and exercise our vagus nerve.

The vagus nerve is unknown to most people. Yet it plays a critical role in our health. Is your vagus nerve healthy? Dr. Habib describes a simple test anyone can do. Learn this and much more by watching this episode of SAMA.

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3 comments

  • Yoon Cho 5 months ago

    Thank you for the Video on Vagaus Nerve

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  • Marian 4 months ago

    This is my favourite video so far and gives me so many answers and I’m going to get this book “Activate Your Vagus Nerve”. I was told I have neuritis where nerve endings are creating so much pain and due to overwhelm and damage from accidents and falling, the brain cannot easily process what is going on and even after using TMS techniques, the pain persists and creates anxiety ~ snowball effect. The vagus link from brain to stomach microbiome is very interesting too. Thank you.

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