What’s in it for me? A new understanding of the nervous system, and how to make it work for you.
When was the last time you felt stressed? Maybe it was last week or last month. Maybe it was earlier today. Or maybe, like many of us, you’re anxious so often that you can’t remember the last time you weren’t stressed out, worrying about the past, present, or future.
Professional body therapist Stanley Rosenberg understands. Over the years, he’s seen hundreds of clients at his clinic in Copenhagen who are stuck in a state of stress. You might also be familiar with their symptoms: sleeplessness, depression, anxiety, weight gain or weight loss, a lack of interest in socializing, and even teeth grinding.
The good news is that Rosenberg has traced all these symptoms back to a single source: the vagus nerve. Even better? He’s pioneered a way to treat them at home.
In these blinks, you’ll learn
- why the vagus nerve is known as the wanderer;
- how our nervous systems get stuck in a state of stress; and
- how to help get yourself back into a state of social engagement.