The Simplified Guide to Understanding the Autonomic Nervous System and the Healing Power of the Vagus Nerve
Do you want to learn how to unleash the body's natural ability to heal itself from stress and anxiety? Are you looking for effective ways to harness the healing power of the vagus nerve to take control of your physical and mental health?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, then this guide might just be what you need.
Since the Polyvagal Theory was developed by Dr. Stephen Porges, this breakthrough has taken the world of clinical and therapeutic medicine by storm. This groundbreaking discovery is drawing back the curtain on how the autonomic nervous system controls our physical responses and emotional reactions, many of which are extremely primal and were developed as protective and defense mechanisms early in our evolution.
Here it is what you will find inside:
• The Body’s Surveillance System
• Development Of Polyvagal Theory
• Dorsal Vagal And Effective Polyvagal Solutions
• The Role Of The Dorsal Vagal And Pain
• Polyvagal And Windhorse Basic Attendance
• Relationship Between Polyvagal Theory And Social Cues
• Polyvagal Theory In Relation To Stress
• Relationship Between Polyvagal Theory And Yoga Theory
• The Importance Of Polyvagal Theory
• How Trauma Affects The Nervous System
• Polyvagal Theory Helps Unlock Symptoms Of PTSD
• The Problem Of Addiction
• The Polyvagal Blueprint Of Intervention
• The Polyvagal Solution
This book covers all these, and much more.
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About John Ross
John Ross started his career as a seventh-grade history teacher in Mesa, Arizona. From there he worked as a producer of musical events and then as a project lead at one of the world’s leading manufacturers before becoming a business professor at Indiana University’s southeast campus. He has been researching and working with teams for more than a decade. His research in extraordinary teams and unity has since expanded into hope, knowledge acquisition, and retention. He holds a BA in organizational studies from Arizona State University, an MBA in finance from Drexel University, and a PhD in management from New Mexico State University.