• Polyvagal Theory, Vagus Nerve & Vagus Yoga

  • Discover the Secrets of the Vagus Nerve & Unleash Its Healing Power! Daily Yoga Exercises to Reduce Inflammation,Trauma, Anxiety, PTSD and Chronic Illness
  • By: Isaac Anderson, Gabriel Dubois
  • Narrated by: Andrew Baldwin
  • Length: 5 hrs and 28 mins
  • 3.9 out of 5 stars (28 ratings)

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By: Isaac Anderson,Gabriel Dubois
Narrated by: Andrew Baldwin
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Achieve healthy vagus nerve tone and reduce stress, improve well-being, and heal your mind and body with Polyvagal Theory and Yoga

The vagus nerve connects your throat to your facial muscles and extends from your brain stem to your intestines and stomach. Peak emotional and physical well-being is directly correlated to a healthy vagus nerve, leading to alleviation of the negative effects of PTSD, anxiety, and depression.

In this book, Isaac Anderson and Gabriel Dubois discuss evidence-based yoga practices and principles, as well as Dr. Stephen Porges’ research and development of polyvagal theory, so that you can stimulate and influence vagal tone and regain body and mind balance.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • How to get out of "fight-or-flight" mode using science-backed techniques
  • How to use polyvagal theory to heal yourself and improve your life
  • The evidence-based vagus nerve stimulation methods that will improve health and well-being
  • The relationship between the vagus nerve and weight loss
  • The vagus nerve’s role in depressive symptoms
  • How meditation and yoga can improve vagus nerve health
  • And so much more!

Yoga and polyvagal theory are key to achieving a healthy vagal tone and restoring the optimal balance of both your parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems, so you can be more resilient in the face of radical change and life stresses.

Be on your way to science-based healing!

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Couldn’t take it

This book is thick with technical, medical details. I’m a professional and know a lot about the nervous system, but I found it tedious and not useful. But to make matters worse, they replaced the word “autonomic” with “autonomous.” That destroyed credibility with me, and it was too annoying to continue. I returned it.

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Hard Pass

The books starts with a few chapters of hard flexing on information not really useful for the average non-medical student.

I listened at 3x speed hoping to get through to more useful information.

He finally begins to talk about Yoga poses, but butchers every pronunciation so badly that I couldn’t recognize the Asanas he is describing.

I hate returning audio books because they are usually pretty inexpensive and I can find some nuggets of useful information. So far, this one is coming up empty.

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This is great book to get into

The vagus nerve connects your throat to your facial muscles and extends from your brain stem to your intestines and stomach. Peak emotional and physical well-being is directly correlated to a healthy vagus nerve, leading to alleviation of the negative effects of PTSD, anxiety, and depression.

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A lot of valuable information is given here.

The polyvagal theory describes an autonomic nervous system that is influenced by the central nervous system, sensitive to afferent influences, characterized by an adaptive reactivity dependent on the phylogeny.

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Overall great book

This audio-book will provide you with a number of techniques, exercises, and tips that will allow you to. I highly recommended this audio-book for everyone.

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Well information provided

This audio guide book Energy Healing is really on a deeper level helping one connect to their higher self as well as staying connected on all levels. I highly recommend this!

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I will recommend it to everyone

This Polyvagal Theory audio-book is fantastic and very practical! This audio-book really helped guide me Everything. So glad I bought this audio-book! Thanks

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A fabulous audiobook

This audio-book really explains the important of having a healthy vagus nerve and Discover Its Healing Power. I am very happy to listen this great one audio-book.

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Pronouncing things right matters

So the content is interesting but the reader pronounces medical terms wrong which is bad but even worse…. If you are going to have someone say things Sanskrit at least have them say it right. You did not need to have them say the poses in Sanskrit at all… could’ve just used the English terms for the “AA.sa.nas/poses” instead of butchering a 5000yr old language and no one would’ve cared and everyone would understand what the hell you are saying. The whole first 3 chapters is the reason I won’t recommend this to anyone even though it is interesting and helpful. I took A&P 1&2 and had the nervous system much more easily and logically explained to me. I honestly see no reason for the technicality of this book. It’s as if it’s trying to impress itself with how it knows big words.

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Hard to take seriously…

It’s really hard to take the info seriously when the reader mispronounces so many medical terms and also words related to meditation.

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  • Anna in Cliviger
  • 03-28-21

Might be good for a neuroscience student

Ordinary folk step away from this book. I actually experienced agitation trying to persevere with all the technical references that went completely over my head. It's no self help guide!

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  • Ms Janis Kelly
  • 12-02-20

Big mistake

The into did not prepare me for :
A narration that sounds like a machine
Exercises that are described in a ridiculous fashion
An endless stream of medical terms
The most irritating audio book imaginable

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