Monday, June 18, 2018

APOGEE Acu-Tone™ The Vagus Nerve … focal point of restorative frequencies…


APOGEE Acu-Tone™ The Vagus Nerve … 
.......................focal point of restorative frequencies… 

The vagus nerve is the longest nerve in your body and connects your brainstem to your heart, lungs, stomach and intestines. It is the primary component of your parasympathetic nervous system-the “rest and digest” functions (as opposed to your sympathetic nervous system which instigates your “fight or flight” response). The vagus nerve plays a crucial role in aiding your body’s ability to recover from stress. The extent of its health enhancing influence is directly related to your vagal tone. Researchers have determined that high vagal tone is associated with mental and physical wellbeing. Conversely, low vagal tone is associated with negative moods, inflammation, depression and loneliness. 



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"The vagus nerve (VN), the longest nerve of the human body (from the brainstem to the abdomen), innervates most organs especially in the gastro‐intestinal tract. The VN is a key component of the autonomic nervous system (ANS). It is a mixed nerve (i.e. essentially sensitive) containing 80% afferent fibres that convey visceral, somatic and taste sensations and 20% efferent fibres representing the parasympathetic branch of the ANS that leads to the release of acetylcholine (ACh) at the synaptic junction with smooth muscles, intrinsic nervous fibres or secreting cells. The VN modulates gastro‐intestinal motility and secretion at the digestive tract level. The VN is considered as the sixth sense of the body by some authors (Zagon, 2001)."

A full discussion is posted on: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5063949/

Vagus nerve

ANATOMY
Alternative Titles: 10th cranial nerve, X cranial nerve
Vagus nerve, also called X cranial nerve or 10th cranial nerve, longest and most complex of the cranial nerves. The vagus nerve runs from the brain through the face and thorax to the abdomen. It is a mixed nerve that contains parasympathetic fibres. The vagus nerve has two sensory ganglia (masses of nerve tissue that transmit sensory impulses): the superior and the inferior ganglia. The branches of the superior ganglion innervate the skin in the concha of the ear. The inferior ganglion gives off two branches: the pharyngeal nerve and the superior laryngeal nerve. The recurrent laryngeal nerve branches from the vagus in the lower neck and upper thorax to innervate the muscles of the larynx (voice box). The vagus also gives off cardiac, esophageal, and pulmonary branches. In the abdomen the vagus innervates the greater part of the digestive tract and other abdominal viscera.
The vagus nerve has the most extensive distribution of the cranial nerves. Its pharyngeal and laryngeal branches transmit motor impulses to the pharynx and larynx; its cardiac branches act to slow the rate of heartbeat; its bronchial branch acts to constrict the bronchi; and its esophageal branches control involuntary muscles in the esophagusstomachgallbladderpancreas, and small intestine, stimulating peristalsis and gastrointestinal secretions.

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