Are you looking for an instant cool down?
Below is a Simple yet Powerful Exercise to soothe your Vagus Nerve and rewire your brain from stress and anxiety. This is Stanley Rosenberg’s simple, two-minute exercise for activating the ventral vagus nerve.
Without any further delay, let’s get down to business! Shall we?
- Lie down on your back.
- Weave and Intertwine the fingers of your hands together in front of you.
- Place your hands behind your head, with the weight of your head resting comfortably on your fingers.
- Feel the hardness of the head with your fingers. Feel the bones of your fingers with your head.
- Look to the right, moving only your eyes, as far as you can. Do not move your head.
- After half a minute or a minute, you’ll notice yourself swallowing, yawning, or sighing.
- It is a sign of relaxation.
- Now, bring your eyes back to the centre, and then look to the left. Repeat the same.
- Hold your eyes in place until you notice the same signal of relaxation.
🏅 Congratulations. You did it!
How this exercise helps you?
- This exercise activates the ventral vagus nerve, which in turn increase social engagement.
- It increases mobility in the neck and spine.
- It ups your blood flow to the brain stem, where the cranial nerves originate.
How to measure the impact of the exercise?
- Rotate your head and neck to the right and the left before and after the exercise.
- Notice the increased range of movement and better flexibility of your spine.
- Experience a heightened state of awareness
The Key Takeaway
This is the short clip of the Basic Exercise video for a better guide.
Every time you feel a little out of control in your life, try this simple and Powerful Vagus Nerve Exercise. You will feel the instant calm!
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