6 Quick Ways to STIMULATE THE VAGUS NERVE

6 Quick Ways to STIMULATE THE VAGUS NERVE

The vagus nerve is our longest cranial nerve. It travels through our body, assisting in many bodily functions and passing on messages from the brain, it’s like a neuronal superhighway. But it doesn’t stop here: triggering the vagus nerve can ‘wake up’ the Parasympathetic Nervous System which helps us relax and calm down.

That’s where @mysensate comes in: Sensate is an infrasound resonance device that works with its companion app to tone the vagus nerve and provide deep relaxation in short 10 to 30-minute sessions. Sensate taps into the phenomenon of bone conduction. Your chest resonates sound, and these frequencies signal the vagus nerve to relax. Think of it as a shortcut to give you more intensive relaxation at a snap of the fingers. I use it before bed to help me fall asleep quicker and lull me into a deeper and restful sleep. Just 10 minutes and I am set for the whole night!

Want to try it out for yourself? Use code KATI for $25 off your very own Sensate!
https://buy.getsensate.com/pdp-6262022v2/


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