DAILY VAGUS NERVE EXERCISES: Learn How to Stimulate & Activate the Power of the Longest Nerve in our Body, Prevent Inflammation and Calm Anxiety with Exercises to Access Your Body’s Natural Healing – Pina Books
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– Do you have a sharp pain in the neck, shoulder, elbow and arm?

– Can’t figure out why you always feel so exhausted and stressed?

– Do you feel like you have no energy or motivation to do anything?

If yes, then Daily Vagus Nerve Exercises is the book you have been waiting for.

Your body is equipped with nerves, you know, over a hundred billion of them.

Just like any other part of the body, nerves require proper care and maintenance to function optimally, so you can focus on other things like ditching all that fat covering your abs.

But you must know how to stimulate and activate the power of the longest nerve in your body.

This is your Vagus Nerve, which deals with respiration, blood pressure, digestion, heart rate, and emotions;
if you do it right, it will constantly renew and rejuvenate your body so that you can live a long and healthy life.

In this book, you will learn about the wonders of your vagus nerve and why controlling it is vital to your overall health and wellness.

Not only will you discover how to activate it, but you’ll also learn how to use it to actively heal your body and relieve the symptoms of an illness.

These exercises (that will only take you 7 minutes) will induce deep relaxation and help you feel better than you have in months!

Here’s just a little of what you’ll discover inside:
A detailed guide and instructions on how to do daily Vagus Nerve Exercises
Each Vagus Nerve Exercise is explained thoroughly
A great way to relieve stress, anxiety & depression in just 7 minutes
A great way to reduce muscle tension and associated aches & pains

Exercise Benefits that you will learn :
Improve your Vagus Nerve Health.
Improve your general Health and Wellness.
Vagus Nerve Anxiety.
Mental and Physical Health.
Mental and Emotional Health.
Great Relieve Stress strategy!
Reduce muscle tension
Bonus exercises to treat your Nervous System Regulation
Bonus The Gut-Brain Connection & Healing Your Child’s Vagus Nerve
And Much More..

– So why wait? Get started today and feel the difference!

54 reviews for DAILY VAGUS NERVE EXERCISES: Learn How to Stimulate & Activate the Power of the Longest Nerve in our Body, Prevent Inflammation and Calm Anxiety with Exercises to Access Your Body’s Natural Healing

  1. Jerald S Valliere (verified owner)

    A great many people partner the vagus nerve with profound breathing. However, it is a lot more. The vagus nerve has many capabilities, which are framed in these pages. Assimilation, stress control, and sleep designs are impacted by the vagus nerve. Furthermore, things that are terrible for the nerve are incorporated. There are numerous exercises recorded in the book to animate the nerve. The book finishes with a reason.

  2. Silly_but_wise (verified owner)

    I am very impressed with this book. It contains research-based data as well as scientific diagrams to assist understanding. The author is heartfelt and comprehensive in the information shared. Additionally, I appreciated the portion within each detailed exercise section which indicated if there were risks or contraindications for anyone (very thorough). Finally – there is an FAQ section at the end. Essentially the reader should know the answers to all the questions once the FAQ are reached – but it serves as a synopsis in case there may have been misunderstanding along the way.

  3. Des (verified owner)

    This was a nice easy read and I enjoyed learning more about the vagus nerve. A lot of great information and suggestions. I have autoimmune issues and I’m looking for alternatives to help inflammation.

  4. The Rebecca Review (verified owner)

    Before reading this excellent book on the vagus nerve I was aware of absolutely nothing about it. All I knew was that understanding some more details might help me with my anxiety. For a while I had my anxiety under complete control, then suddenly it returned with a vengeance. Clenching my jaw and moving my tongue around in my mouth too much was causing me grief. I did realize that I’d changed the brand of coffee I was drinking. That could have increased my anxiety. However I was still searching for more solutions.

    This book is written by an expert on the vagus nerve. Reiner Hartmann knows a lot and he has a ton of great ideas for increasing health and reducing anxiety. I’ve been trying to find more reasons to laugh which is helping and I’ve started humming along with the radio. I’m willing to try anything at this point including his advice on taking cold showers. The most important part of the book however seems to be the section on breathing exercises. I find the box breath works miracles for me. I’m going to do some more breathing exercises with a CD as well to get more benefits.

    As this book states: “Deep breathing can slow down the heart rate and balance cortisol levels in the body, thus providing relief from anxiety.” ~ pg. 39

    This book also has information on why acupuncture works. The section on yoga is interesting and I know doing yoga helps my anxiety. Although I only personally recommend nonreligious yoga because I do not want to change my religion to get healthy! Nonreligious meditation like watching ocean waves or sitting quietly with relaxing music is also effective but you have to take the time to do it! When you are feeling anxious it is hard to sit still or concentrate. So it is difficult and you just have to make yourself do it I guess.

    Reiner Hartmann also says that stretching can make you look younger. So I’ve got to do more of that!

    Basically this book woke me up to various possibilities and encouraged me to get healthier and do more healing work for my body. I think you will enjoy reading this book and putting it into practice. I am not a doctor, nor is this review medical advice. I just know what works for me and I’m already feeling better and more knowledgeable about how to stay calm and centered.

    ~The Rebecca Review

  5. Don Truitt (verified owner)

    If social situations make you anxious, this book is an invaluable resource. It’s filled with practical tips and exercises aimed specifically at improving social engagement.

  6. Darrell Elmore (verified owner)

    I gave this book as a gift to a friend interested in biohacking. They were ecstatic about the simple exercises for fine-tuning the nervous system.

  7. Maxwell Bowles (verified owner)

    This book is a game-changer for anyone grappling with anxiety. It doesn’t just throw jargon at you; instead, it offers actionable daily exercises that are simple yet profoundly effective.

  8. James Ceniceros (verified owner)

    Whether you’re already versed in health topics or just starting your wellness journey, this book has something to offer. The chapters on forward head posture are particularly enlightening.

  9. Elizabeth Manzano (verified owner)

    If you already know polyvagal theory, this won’t be anything new, but it provides useful overviews and straight to the point activities to try. I’m a fan of this compared to other books on the same topic.

  10. Lindy Cady (verified owner)

    When you read about all the connections there is to the vagus nerve and how much the vagus nerve controls the flow to so many features of the body, one realizes that learning about it and helping it do its job is of utmost importance. This book is a good intro to what a person can do and explains the connections the vagus nerve has to the health of the whole body.

  11. Tara (verified owner)

    I love that this book explains all about the vagus nerve, including how it is such an important part of our nervous system but can be prone to dysfunction, in an easy to understand way. The concept of doing vagus nerve exercises is intriguing to me and I have already been practicing. These exercises (like deep breathing, cold exposure, chanting, massage, and stretching) are meant to help reduce stress, anxiety, and body pain – so I am ready to make them more of a habit in my life.

  12. Brooke Shamblin (verified owner)

    A very short read, but interesting. When I first read the description, I imagined something leaning towards your typical meditation routines. However, it is unique in its approach to use simple body exercises to help alive stress, pain, and feelings of being overwhelmed. I do not believe this should be the only guide someone uses to feel better, but I can certainly see where this book can help.

  13. ReDavid (verified owner)

    These exercises changed the way I think about inflammation and recovery. Why isn’t this common knowledge?!

  14. M. Kielsmeier (verified owner)

    This book is as practical as its title. I’ve been aware of the vagus nerve for several years and have been told exercises on how to activate it. Though I have forgotten what they are. That’s one reason I like having books around, so you can consult them again and again. This book gives plenty of extra education that is nebulous to the facts just about the vagus nerve. You’ll learn more than you thought.

  15. Kate 45 (verified owner)

    Very interesting and I think this book could help a lot of people.

  16. Lovinglife (verified owner)

    I really liked this book. It includes facts from studies together with scientific illustrations to help with comprehension. The information offered by the author is thorough and expressed with emotion. I liked the part in each stage of the thorough exercise that said whether there were any dangers or contraindications for anyone. This book simplifies and enjoyably explains how to build the body’s relaxation nerve using simple exercises, dietary advice, and the most recent findings on the Polyvagal Theory. This book is your go-to resource if you want to reduce inflammation, ease anxiety, or just feel more at peace.

  17. Stoic Putto (verified owner)

    I didn’t know much about the vagus nerve before, so I found this book provided a really good overview of its functions and importance. The author explained things clearly without it being too technical. Some of the exercises like breathing techniques and singing have already helped me feel calmer. I’ll probably need to refer to certain sections again as reminders. It gave me a solid foundation to learn more. Recommended as a starting point for anyone interested in this topic.

  18. Sung Sik Yoon (verified owner)

    This is a gem of a book that caught me by surprise. As someone who’s always looking for natural ways to reduce stress and enhance overall well-being, I found this book to be both informative and practical. The author, Reiner Hartmann, does an excellent job of breaking down complex scientific concepts into understandable and actionable steps. What really stands out is the book’s holistic approach. It’s not just about doing exercises; it also delves into how our diet and daily habits can influence our vagal tone.

    The inclusion of personal stories and the latest findings makes the book not only a guide but a journey of discovery. Whether you’re a busy professional or a parent juggling multiple responsibilities, the exercises outlined are easy to incorporate into any routine. The audiobook is a fantastic addition, making it convenient to stay engaged with the content even on the go. Overall, this book is a great find for anyone interested in harnessing the power of their body to foster a sense of calm and resilience.

  19. Amie Martin (verified owner)

    I have always leaned homeopathic over pharma/big med… but try to base practices and knowledge on real science versus whack theories or practices people have only “heard” works. The practices outlined in this book are actionable, practical, and have the potential to be life-changing! I can’t wait to dive deeper into these practices to see how my health can improve across the board. For anyone who enjoys educating themselves about their body and having a say in your mental/physical/emotional health, highly recommend!

  20. Charles Stevens (verified owner)

    Unlock the secrets of your Vagus Nerve in this transformative guide. The concise exercises offered here, merely 7 minutes a day, provided me with profound relaxation, stress relief, and improved overall well-being. A must-read for those seeking quick yet effective paths to a healthier, rejuvenated life.

  21. R (verified owner)

    Wow! I really enjoyed this book. Total game changer when trying to learn about our bodies and how the nerves affect everything you do. I was really interested when reading how simple things we can change will help make our minds and bodies at so much more peace. The vagus nerve connects so much throughout our bodies and I think we sometimes forget that. This book has many great tips, meals, and exercises that I can’t wait to try! Great read!!

  22. Poppy (verified owner)

    This book is a practical guide to boost well-being through a strengthened relaxation nerve via insights and activities to reduce stress. The book simplifies the complex topic of the vagus nerve, offering easy-to-follow exercises and explaining its significance in plain language. A great resource for those seeking improved mental and physical health through this interesting pathway.

  23. Ronald Normandy (verified owner)

    This book offers a solid introduction the vagus nerve, making it accessible for those seeking basic information on its functions and self-care practices. The author presents clear explanations without delving too deeply into technicalities, making it an easy and informative read. The inclusion of exercises such such as breathing techniques and singing, provides practical tools for promoting calmness. While some people may find this book beneficial as a starting point, others can utilize the information as a practioners guide. This book offers a straightforward approach that is suitable for anyone to learn to treat the vagus nerve.

  24. Vin (verified owner)

    Daily Vagus Nerve Exercises is a comprehensive guide unlocking the potential of our longest nerve. With practical exercises and insights into the Polyvagal Theory, it’s a valuable tool for reducing inflammation and anxiety. good knowledge

  25. SkyBlue (verified owner)

    As someone who struggles with anxiety, I’m always on the lookout for new ways to relax and de-stress. This book caught my attention because it focuses on strengthening your vagus nerve, which is connected to your parasympathetic nervous system (responsible for calming you down). The author does a great job explaining the science in simple terms – how this one little nerve has an incredible effect on your overall health and happiness. This is an approachable book that makes understanding the mind-body connection doable for anyone.

  26. Dami (verified owner)

    I gave this book to my mom as a gift and she found it very useful

  27. Madeline Duet (verified owner)

    I have recently discovered the importance of doing Vagus Nerve exercises. This book is a great addition to my vagus nerve collection. I have gifted one to my granny and it has been life changing for her. I highly recommend.

  28. Henry Osborn (verified owner)

    This book gives education about the vagus nerve. It’s interesting and is helpful.

  29. Totally Tubular (verified owner)

    The plan contains easy-to-follow exercises with illustrations. Certain foods can affect your nerve quality, too. When you feel better, you will even look better. Totally Tubular recommends the useful information contained herein.

  30. Sean K (verified owner)

    Wow I was recommended this book from a friend and I learned a lot based on my previous, almost nothing knowledge of the Vagus nerve. Being able to learn these exercises to tone my vagus nerve to endure more relaxation is a number one priority for me.

  31. Edward (verified owner)

    good book with good info

  32. HMCKL (verified owner)

    Prior to this book, I had never heard of the vagus nerve, which is the longest nerve in the body. I read a bit of the inside before picking this up and saw that the vagus nerve can be implicated in disorders such as asthma—which I have—so I thought it would be worth reading.

    It’s obvious the author is very knowledgeable about this subject and when presenting exercises or activities, includes both the pros and cons of them. There are numerous breathing exercises and stretches you can do. I already stretch often so was surprised to hear the negatives to stretching.

    This book provides everything you need to know about the vagus nerve.

  33. straa (verified owner)

    I knew nothing about this nerve and was eager to read this book. Firstly I gave this book a 4 star only because of the formatting on the ebook but the book itself was wonderful. I did love the pictures to show where exactly this nerve was. It was a big help to understand it a bit better. All in all I did learn something from this book and I will be doing more singing.

  34. Selim Yoruk (verified owner)

    This book is like a soothing hum for your internal chaos. Turns out, your body has a dimmer switch for inflammation, and it’s called the vagus nerve. Who knew?

  35. Hurst Williamson (verified owner)

    This is a very solid source of information. If this is a topic you’re interested in, I would recommend it. The only challenge for was that it reads a lot like a high school textbook and I found myself “studying” more than reading. However, in fairness to the author, the book is meant to inform rather than entertain. So, again, if you are looking to dive into info on the vagus nerve, this is a solid choice to explore

  36. Susan R. Ventura (verified owner)

    Most people don’t even know about the vagus nerve. This is a very informative book and I highly recommend it.

  37. Gerald (verified owner)

    I’ve tried various approaches to manage stress, but this book stands out. The daily exercises are simple yet profound. The Polyvagal Theory explanations are enlightening, providing a deeper understanding of our body’s responses. This book is a treasure trove for anyone seeking mind-body harmony.

  38. Terry (verified owner)

    The daily exercises in this book are a game-changer! The author beautifully explains the Polyvagal Theory, making it accessible for everyone. Implementing these exercises has become a daily ritual for me, and I’ve noticed a significant reduction in anxiety and inflammation. Highly recommended!

  39. Kopecky (verified owner)

    This book delivers practical daily exercises to activate the vagus nerve. The insights into the Polyvagal Theory are eye-opening, helping me understand the mind-body connection. Following these exercises has transformed my stress levels, and I now feel more calm and centered.

  40. Tommy (verified owner)


  41. N.M. (verified owner)

    Overall it is a good book for the lay person. Practical exercises to implement daily

  42. Reginald Barber (verified owner)

    I’ve struggled with anxiety for years, but after incorporating the techniques from this book into my daily routine, I’ve noticed a significant reduction in my symptoms. The explanations are clear, and the exercises are easy to follow.

  43. Dickens (verified owner)

    This book beautifully blends practical exercises with scientific insights into the vagus nerve and the Polyvagal Theory. It’s not just a guide; it’s a journey toward self-discovery and healing.

  44. Bowman (verified owner)

    Whether you’re a healthcare professional or simply someone interested in improving your own well-being, this book is a must-read. It’s both informative and practical, offering a wealth of knowledge and actionable advice.

  45. Ivan Craig (verified owner)

    If you’ve ever felt like something was missing from your wellness routine, it might just be vagal stimulation. This book fills that gap with grace and insight, offering a roadmap to better health and resilience

  46. Rodney Lopez (verified owner)

    Whether you’re dealing with chronic stress or simply want to enhance your well-being, this book offers invaluable insights and techniques. I appreciate the author’s holistic approach to health and healing

  47. Salvatore Gross (verified owner)

    I can’t recommend this book highly enough. It’s rare to find a resource that combines scientific rigor with practical advice in such a accessible way. Whether you’re a novice or an expert, there’s something here for everyone

  48. Joshua Abbott (verified owner)

    In a world filled with quick fixes and superficial solutions, this book stands out as a beacon of authenticity and wisdom. The exercises are simple yet profound, and the accompanying explanations are enlightening.

  49. Sylvester Gregory (verified owner)

    This book gets straight to the point without sacrificing depth or clarity. The exercises are easy to integrate into daily life, and the explanations are backed by solid research.

  50. Cheryl Harper (verified owner)

    If you’re looking to optimize your vagal tone and improve your overall health and resilience, look no further. This book provides everything you need to know, from the science behind the vagus nerve to practical exercises you can start using today.

  51. Dana Ellis (verified owner)

    Finally, a book that demystifies the vagus nerve and empowers readers to take control of their health. The exercises are innovative, the insights profound, and the results tangible.

  52. Todd Wells (verified owner)

    Dive deep into the realm of the vagus nerve with this enlightening read. The exercises are like stepping stones toward a more balanced nervous system, and the Polyvagal Theory provides a roadmap for lasting change.

  53. Clifford (verified owner)

    This book is like a compass guiding you through the intricate pathways of the vagus nerve. It’s not just about exercises; it’s a transformative journey toward self-awareness and healing.

  54. Leonard Norman (verified owner)

    Embark on a journey of self-discovery and healing with this groundbreaking book. The exercises are refreshingly creative, and the insights into the vagus nerve offer a new perspective on holistic well-being

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