#84: Mapping Vagal Nerve Stimulation with Dr. Navaz Habib
Physical and emotional well-being are intimately connected. The vagus nerve shows us this. It connects the gut and the brain and everything in between. And as Dr. Navaz Habib shares in today’s episode “anything vagus nerve related is a mediator.” In other words, damage or impact to this large nerve has myriad impacts on the full body systems.
June 28th, 2019
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