Vagus Nerve Symptoms: How to Detect Damage and Stimulate Your Vagus Nerve

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  1. I agree with a lot of the facts in this article. My grandmother has been having spasms for about a year now, and she has most of the symptoms listed above as well. This will help a lot with treating them. Thank you so much.

  2. Excellent information. I have been suffering from these symptoms for a long time. This article give me hope of having a successful conversation with my doctor.

  3. Best information for a malfunctioning Vagus nerve I have found … Usable … thanks so much……. Sincerely Frnace Ciel d’August

  4. Since 1970, I’ve had gut problems, manifesting early as flu-like symptoms. In 2001 I became much worse and was diagnosed with Giardia, tho with out any lab work. I took antibiotics, a week on and a week off, for over 2 years while doctor after doctor said they were sure it was Giardia. In 2003, I was finally diagnosed with H. plyori and given proper treatment. I was fine for a year, then the bottom dropped out. In 2997, I started feinting about 20 minutes after eating breakfast. I’d be out for 3-5 hours every day. Lunch and dinner would produce sleepiness. Diagnosed with IBS, I eventually had a neurologist opine that I had a vagas nerve problem; however, she had no idea what to do. After a couple of years using different supplements and acupuncture. I got better, but two years ago it came back, though no more feinting. Now, when ever I eat I get so sleepy that I have to go to bed. It was nice to find your article. Now that I know there is testing and treatment possible, I will have a different conversation with my doctor.

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