Polyvagal Theory: Therapeutic Treatment of Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, PTSD, and Autism With the Healing Power of the Vagus Nerve. Learn to Manage Emotional Stress and Naturally Heal Your Body
Don’t you feel tired of being suffering of emotional stress?
That negative mood which ends up ruining your day?
For these and many other symptoms there is a therapeutic treatment that could give your life a considerable amount of benefits.
If you want to know more about the polyvagal theory, then keep reading…
The polyvagal theory tells us that the body operates in two chemical states: the state of danger and the state of safety. However, it also tells us that certain functions of contemporary life are causing the
vagus nerve to remain in the danger state far longer than is healthy.
As long as the vagus nerve is tensed and defensive, it cannot regulate the organs in a normal way. The healing processes that happen in the state of safety are delayed or disrupted. The digestive functions that happen in the state of safety are chemically disturbed, and the health of the gut microbiome is compromised.
All the stimulating exercises, techniques, and procedures that facilitate the vagus nerve's function are all designed with one primary goal: bringing the vagus nerve back into the state of safety
All of the self healing techniques given to you in this book result a significant help to improve your wellness and overcome emotional stress and disease.
But most importantly,
you must begin to look at the healing potential in your entire lifestyle
Wellness practices are most effective when they are holistic, and everything you do comes with both positive and negative effects.
When working with the vagus nerve, the approach to health becomes a delicate balance.
“It’s about learning to trust that your body does have the power to care of itself, and feeling empowered to make lifestyle choices that support your body’s natural healing abilities”
Would you like to know more about the therapeutic treatment of anxiety, depression, and emotional stress with the healing power of the vagal tone?
In this guide, you're going to discover some uncommon methods to effectively help you battling with stress, anxiety and panic attacks, as well as effectively manage Asperger's Spectrum and autism with social engagement. Polyvagal theory is still a theory but more and more therapists, trauma psychologists, doctors, and health professionals nowadays are seeing evidence of the discovered vagus nerve’s healing power, across a variety of different fields.
In this book, you will learn more about:
- Polyvagal theory: everything about this innovative healing therapy.
- Fundamentals and application of the polyvagal theory
- Relationship between the vagus nerve and depression
- The physiological regulation of emotion
- Natural ways to stimulate your vagus nerve
- What you really need to understand to access the healing power of the vagus nerve!
- How to know if your vagus nerve is injured or compressed, with demonstrated methods
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- What can go wrong with the vagus nerve?
- How the mindfulness meditation stimulates your vagus nerve
... and more!
Easy but deeply explained from the basis
You don’t have to be a doctor or a scientist to understand the information this book provides. You just have to want to improve your overall well-being through pragmatic and proven methods.
Learn how to heal yourself with the Polyvagal Theory,
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