Did you know that in 1921, Nobel Prize-winning German physiologist named Otto Loewi discovered that stimulating frogs’ vagus nerves caused a rush of acetylcholine, unlocking the idea that tapping into this chill-out nerve could be a fast way to dial down stress?
Earlier this week, I posted about Solfeggio tones (in Can Sound Heal the Body?) and the effect they have in calming and ‘rewiring’ the nervous system due to sympathetic resonance with the Vagus Nerve.
There is a lot of information coming through into the public domain now about this central nerve in the body and the essential roles it plays, especially in connection with mental health.
In the video above, Sukie Baxter presents 3 very easy exercises you can do while sitting and gives excellent guidance on this key nerve in the body.