We’re going to take a deep dive into how the vagus nerve can help reduce pain and control inflammation. Joining us is Dr. Navaz Habib. He is a functional medicine practitioner, author and speaker who empowers his clients to dig a little bit deeper and find the answers to what’s holding back their health. His office, Health Upgraded, works with entrepreneurs, executives and professional athletes who want to take their health to a new level, allowing them to contribute and serve more people. Having gone through his own personal experiences with poor health and weight struggles, Dr. Habib is well-equipped to implement personalized recommendations for each of his clients in identifying the root causes of health imbalances and addressing them naturally. His patients experience optimal health the way their bodies were meant to feel and function. On this episode, Dr. Habib is going to take us into the structure, the physiology and the function of the vagus nerve.
To help you out with this episode, he’s included a great little cheat sheet called Activating Your Vagus Nerve. Inside this cheat sheet, he takes you on a journey of what you can do daily, weekly and monthly to activate your vagus nerve. This is great if you’re someone who struggles with chronic pain or inflammation. It’s also a great cheat sheet to provide your patients. If you’re a practitioner, this is something you want to get your hands on. To download this cheat sheet, all you have to do is text the word 148Download to the number 44222 or you can type in the URL IntegrativePainScienceInstitute.com/148download. I’ll send that right to your inbox for free. This episode is filled with take-home strategies that you can start to use either in your practice or for your personal health. If you’re an anatomy geek like me, it’s so much fun to talk about these topics and explore or revisit what the vagus nerve does and how it’s important in helping you with that parasympathetic response. Let’s begin and let’s meet Dr. Navaz Habib.
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