Calming Deep Breath
How Your Vagus Nerve rejuvenates the body
The vagus nerve also known as the “wandering vagus nerve” ventures from the brain into the abdomen, touching and feed-backing information to the brain from just about every organ.
The main role of the vagus nerve is its control over the parasympathetic nervous system, which is called the “rest and digest” nervous system. Not only does it calm and rejuvenate the body, it also antidotes the life-saving, but degenerative “fight or flight” nervous system.
When you take a deep breath the vagus nerve receives pressure which affects our well-being, giving us a calming effect.