Vagus Nerve Massage For Stress And Anxiety Relief

Vagus nerve massage is a great way to increase vagal tone through direct manual stimulation for stress and anxiety relief anytime you need it.

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— Vagus Nerve Massage For Stress And Anxiety Relief —

A few months ago, I noticed something weird:

My ears were tight.

You probably don’t think of your ears as a place where you’d find muscle tension, but actually you have muscles all over your face and head.

And when your sympathetic nervous system (fight or flight branch) is activated, it can cause your neck and facial muscles to tense up (along with other muscles in your body).

Fortunately, there is an easy way to relax this muscle tension with a natural stress management technique designed to target vagus nerve massage points in your ear.

The vagus nerve is your main parasympathetic nerve responsible for the “rest and digest” functions in your body, as well as your ability to feel joy and connection to other people.

And it has a branch that just happens to extend into your ear where you can massage it for stress and anxiety relief.

Interestingly, when I tried this vagus nerve massage technique, not only did my ears relax but my TMJ resolved too!

I have always been a teeth grinder when I’m under stress. Dentists keep recommending those guard things to prevent teeth grinding — but they really don’t stop you from clenching your jaw.

They just prevent tooth damage from the grinding. And many people grind right through the tooth guards in a matter of months!

It’s helpful to resolve the underlying cause of tooth grinding with natural stress management techniques. We can do this by shifting your nervous system into a parasympathetic or relaxation state.

And that’s exactly what this vagus nerve massage is designed to do — help you relieve stress and anxiety by directly stimulating and activating the primary nerve of your parasympathetic nervous system.

Vagus nerve massage benefits don’t just include TMJ relief — you may also experience headache relief, better neck mobility, deeper breathing, improved digestive health and a general sense of relaxation and well-being.

Watch the video to learn how to do this vagus nerve massage technique for yourself. Be sure and leave me a comment below to let me know how it went for you!

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