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How to calm vagus nerve?

How to calm vagus nerve?

Please clarify: Your question is not clear. Please repost your question with an explanation of how and why you consider your vagus nerve to be nervous. ...Read more

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What happens if we cut vagus nerve?

Vagus nerve: Cutting the vagus nerve, especially bilaterally can led to severe heart problems along with lung issues such as pneumonia, bronchitis among other issues. ...Read more

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How is a sensitive vagus nerve diagnosed?

How is a sensitive vagus nerve diagnosed?

Symptoms: The vagus nerve controls heart rate blood pressure and other automatic functions of stomach, bowel, bladder. Vaso-vagal syncope is common with sudden pale, light-headed and faint. Stress, shock, donating blood etc can cause this reaction. Rubbing the neck may induce reaction. Heart rate studies may suggest a problem. ...Read more

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Nerve vagus can cause a syncope vasovagal?

Nerve vagus can cause a syncope vasovagal?

yes: Vasovagal syncope is mediated through the vagus nerve but, remember, everyone has a vagus nerve! ...Read more

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What are the results of cutting vagus nerve?

Vagotomy # effects: Vagotomy (cutting of the vagus nerve) is a now-obsolete therapy that was performed for peptic ulcer disease. Vagotomy is currently being researched as a less invasive alternative weight-loss procedure to gastric bypass surgery.[11] the procedure curbs the feeling of hunger and is sometimes performed in conjunction with putting bands on patients' stomachs, resulting in average weight loss of 43% at. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of a sensitive vagus nerve?

Multiple: Patients with vagus nerve disorders may have a variety of symptoms, including low blood pressure, irregular heart rhythms, difficulty in swallowing and digestive problems. ...Read more

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How is vagus nerve problems diagnosed and treated?

Many Ways: Vagus nerve problems cause trouble talking or swallowing, hearing loss, or heart or digestive problems. Bladder issues leading to incontinence are often reported in patients with vagus nerve damage as well. ...Read more

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Do any of you know what a vagus nerve stimulater is?

Seizure treatment: Vns is an fda-approved treatment for patients with refractory partial epilepsy (over age 12). It is a matchbook-sized device implanted under the skin in the upper left chest with a wire that connects to the left vagus nerve (in the neck). It is programmed by your neurologist to provide electrical stimulation for 30 seconds at 5 minute intervals. It can be a very effective treatment. ...Read more

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What can cause increased stimulation of the vagus nerve?

What can cause increased stimulation of the vagus nerve?

Vagus nerve: This is called Parasympathetic overstimulation, some causes being; Holding your breath, Dipping your face in cold water, Coughing, Tensing your stomach muscles by straining, Emotional stress, Infection. ...Read more