Wandering Around the Vagus Nerve
with Gus de la Querra
The vagus nerve, also known as the “wandering nerve”, is paramount to both our physical and mental health. Like an octopus sensing its surroundings with its tentacles, the vagus nerve not only acts as the brain’s eyes and ears but is also a key player in life-preserving physiological functions.
Although armed with amazing superpowers, the vagus nerve can be affected by problems in other structures or systems in the body. These issues are not necessarily obvious and need to be dealt with first to ensure optimal vagal function.
In this masterclass, Gus de la Querra shows what ‘makes the vagus nerve nervous’, how to recognise these factors and how we can deal with them.