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Heel interessant!The gut-brain system is a vast network connecting the digestive tract and central nervous system.Many people don’t realize it, but being stressed, poor breathing, or low nutrients put this system into constant ‘fight’ instead of ‘rest'.To get better control of your digestive system, you need to tip the autonomic nervous system to ‘rest and digest’.The vagus nerve represents the main component of the parasympathetic nervous system.One way to see the vagus nerve is that it plays a critical role in letting your body know that things are going to be okay. Heart rate variability (HRV) is also controlled by the vagus nerve. The more “complex” or variable your HRV, the more resilient and adaptable you are.Researchers have discovered that reflecting on positive social connections improves vagal tone and increases positive emotions. Laughter has been shown to increase heart-rate variability and improve mood . And vagus nerve stimulation often leads to laughter as a side effect.But if you can’t find laughter all the time, there are other techniques to get your vagus nerve working.The nerve runs to the larynx (voice box) and controls vocal fold movement and is connected to muscles at the back of your throat. Singing, humming, chanting and gargling can activate these muscles and stimulate your vagus nerve. These activities have been shown to increase heart-rate variability and vagal tone.So: to improve your vagal tone. Gargling is a GREAT daily tool to incorporate in front of the bathroom mirror, or in the shower.The action creates continuous opening and closing vocal cord allows the air to escape intermittently. When this happens in speed, air bubbles through the liquid in throat, creating gargling.What is gargling doing? It activates the vagus nerve. It’s located at the bottom of your brain stem in the pons/medulla area.You can try with saltwater: Saltwater solution creates an osmosis effect where the concentration of salt draws fluids from mouth and throat tissues to relieve any inflammation.•How to stimulate the vagus nerve with gargling:1. Take as much of the solution into the mouth as is comfortable.2. Tip salt water around the back of the throat.3. Gargle, LOUD, for 1 minute.4. Spit out the solution.Why loud? A light gargle is like a light bicep curl while a loud, long gargle is like a deep heavy squat. You want to work your vagus to get best benefits.What you might feel? Dry eyes. One thing you may experience is that if you have dry eyes and you gargle really loud, it may stimulate tears to the eyes. Ok, how did this feel for you?Is gargling something you could work into your daily routine? ... Zie meerZie minder
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