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The Neurobiology of Grace Under Pressure: 8 habits that stimulate your vagus nerve and keep you calm, cool, and collected.

The Neurobiology of Grace Under Pressure: 8 habits that stimulate your vagus nerve and keep you calm, cool, and collected.

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The Neurobiology of Grace Under Pressure: 7 habits that stimulate your vagus nerve and keep you calm, cool, and collected Christopher Bergland  |  Psychology Today

The Neurobiology of Grace Under Pressure: 7 habits that stimulate your vagus nerve and keep you calm, cool, and collected Christopher Bergland | Psychology Today

golden cut - prints by Rafael Araujo

golden cut - prints by Rafael Araujo

Anatomy of the Brain anatomy poster depicts base and right side views of arteries of the brain as well as venous sinuses.

Anatomy of the Brain anatomy poster

Anatomy of the Brain anatomy poster depicts base and right side views of arteries of the brain as well as venous sinuses.

Vagus nerve

Vagus nerve

The vagus nerve is known as the "wandering nerve" because it has multiple branches that diverge from two thick stems rooted in the cerebellum and brainstem that wander to the lowest viscera of our abdomen touching our hearts and most major organs along the way. Vagus means "wandering" in Latin. It meanders all the way down, into the belly, spreading fibers to the tongue, pharynx, vocal chords, lungs, heart, stomach, intestines and glands that produce anti-stress enzymes and hormones.

The vagus nerve is known as the "wandering nerve" because it has multiple branches that diverge from two thick stems rooted in the cerebellum and brainstem that wander to the lowest viscera of our abdomen touching our hearts and most major organs along the way. Vagus means "wandering" in Latin. It meanders all the way down, into the belly, spreading fibers to the tongue, pharynx, vocal chords, lungs, heart, stomach, intestines and glands that produce anti-stress enzymes and hormones.

Drawing of the circulation system of the head. Image from a book on the Atlas of Human Anatomy.

Circulation System of the Head

Drawing of the circulation system of the head. Image from a book on the Atlas of Human Anatomy.

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