Optimal Autonomic State for Enhanced Flow HRV This article turns the Autonomic Nervous System and HRV paradigm on its head. In general, too much sustained Sympathetic Activity leads to poor health outcomes. More depression, poor sleep, poor immunity, inflammation etc... In this study, the ... Read More about Optimal Autonomic State for Flow
This study looks at using ear stimulation for pain control after C section. They use a proprietary device to stimulate the ear developed in India, but also for sale in the States. The group with the ear stimulation required less pain medication than the control group. I sent for more info about ... Read More about Evaluation of Percutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation of the Auricle for Relief of Postoperative Pain Following Cesarean Section
A new paper by friend of blog Vitaly Napadow, which suggests that 100Hz is the best, if not only the only effective frequency for blood pressure reduction in respiration gated TAVNS , or RAVANS. They looked at 12 hypertensive women and saw reductions in both systolic and diastolic pressure with ... Read More about Transcutaneous Auricular Vagal Nerve Stimulation Lowers Blood Pressure in Hypertensive Patients: Best at 100Hz
I caught this documentary on a recent flight. I can't seem to find it except on Facebook. It is aimed at the lay person with explanations for the brain areas involved in the stress response, as well as the autonomic nervous system and adrenal glands. As much as I read about stress and the ills ... Read More about Killer Stress NHK Documentary Outlines the Perils of Too Much Stress on Your System
https://news.nus.edu.sg/research/drinking-tea-improves-brain-health?fbclid=IwAR1fbdcktZwfKwsOBQMqeuPbqnJgF0mnORuwTTng-3A7DaFlRvGUiEcfbfM ... Read More about Improve your brain health now and forever by drinking tea four times a week!