Vagus Nerve Training (part 5) Mood and health

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Does your mood matter when you are training? You bet it does! If you are having mood problems such as anxiety, depression, short temper or attention deficit, it could be a sign that your vagus nerve isn’t firing correctly. This means that other functions in the body may be compromised and that you need to choose your exercises accordingly. In this video, I will show you why you want to add weight training in to your workout and how to breathe correctly while exercising. This can truly be life changing for you if you have an issue with your mood.


Disclaimer: This content including advice provides generic information only. It is in no way a substitute for a qualified medical opinion. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information.

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  1. Just finished reading Breath by James Nestor. I’ve started switching up my breathing patterns intentionally whenever I can to disrupt my CO2 patterns. This tactic totally works.

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