A recent article posted in Psychology Today, explores the Vagus nerve, and the vital role it plays in reducing inflammation and pain. While the article focuses primarily on arthritis, this deep internal nerve contains motor and sensory fibers that extend from the cranium and neck, down through your thorax and abdomen – so it can impact almost every system in the body. In other words, stimulation can provide impressive pain relief, but how do you access the Vagus nerve to stimulate it?

Our nervous system is known for activating our instinctual “fight or flight” response, as well as our “rest-and-digest” response. The more positive stimulation, the more noticeable the decrease in pain-causing inflammation. The vagus nerve in particular will also help to alleviate, improve, and reduce the risk for:

  • Various Anxiety Disorders
  • Heart disease
  • Bad blood circulation
  • Leaky gut
  • OCD,
  • Memory and Mood disorders
  • Migraines
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Tinnitus
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • And more!

Magnetic Resonance Therapy To Stimulate The Vagus Nerve

There are a variety of methods for stimulating the hidden vagus nerve, such as yoga, deep breathing, or even surgically implanting a device that stimulates the nerve—but they all have some drawbacks, like cost or a high “learning curve”. The unique magnetic resonance therapy delivered by the Magnesphere allows you an easy alternative that often provides immediate pain relief. Our therapy is drug, shot, and surgery-free, and does not require physical execution—making it easily accessible for all.

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