Truvaga - Your Body’s Secret to a Happier and Healthier Life – Naturally

Your Body’s Secret to a Happier and Healthier Life – Naturally

What is the vagus nerve?

The vagus nerve is the longest and most complex cranial nerve in your body, wandering from the brain to your abdomen. Some might say it’s your body’s natural superpower, since it plays a crucial role in many bodily functions, including digestion, heart rate, immunity, and stress.

One of the essential functions of the vagus nerve is to balance your nervous system. It does this by regulating your “fight or flight” and “rest and digest” responses within the sympathetic and parasympathetic areas of your nervous system.

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The sympathetic nervous system is responsible for the "fight or flight" response and increases alertness, energy, heart rate, and more.

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The parasympathetic nervous system is responsible for the "rest and digest" response, decreasing alertness, and blood pressure in addition to helping with calmness, relaxation, and digestion. 

When the vagus nerve is working properly, your body is in balance. However, when we feel stressed or anxious, this is a sign that our “fight or flight” response (sympathetic system) is overworked, and the “rest and digest” function (parasympathetic system) hasn’t been keeping up to rebalance the nervous system properly. That’s where Truvaga comes in.

Why is stimulating the vagus nerve important?

Why is stimulating the vagus nerve important?

When stimulating the vagus nerve, it helps enhance the parasympathetic system, bringing back a state of balance to your nervous system. In turn, helping to regulate heart rate, blood pressure, and digestion, as well as uplifting serotonin and norepinephrine levels. Serotonin is an important neurotransmitter; think of it as our body’s very own message carrier, which regulates mood, sleep, pain, appetite, and behavior.

How does Truvaga’s vagus nerve therapy work?

Truvaga’s patented energy signals penetrate the skin and underlying soft tissues to reach the vagus nerve directly, only 1.5cm beneath the skin. It’s an easy, proven way to safely and effectively stimulate the vagus nerve where it counts.

The results of Truvaga vagus nerve therapy can vary from person to person. Although some users experience immediate benefits, others may not notice any changes until after several weeks of consistent usage. Therefore, it is essential to incorporate Truvaga into your daily life, be patient, and be consistent with sessions to ensure you see the best results.

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How do you know Truvaga activates the vagus nerve?

We know many home remedies, activities and products claim to activate the vagus nerve, but can we prove it?

Yes, we can!

A recent clinical study demonstrates that the Truvaga technology successfully stimulated the vagus nerve in 90% of participants. That’s 9 out of 10 people who benefited from our vagus nerve technology. Read more about it here.