Sunday, 19 June 2016

Symptoms of a compressed vagus nerve

Symptoms of a compressed vagus nerve

Depending on the entity and typology of the misalignment of the Atlas with reference to its optimal position, the possible pressure produced can irritate the vagus nerve and/or other cranial nerves.
When the functionality of the vagus nerve is compromised (even by a cervical osteoarthritis), a series of symptoms can occur, such as:
  1. nausea
  2. heartburn
  3. vertigo
  4. redness of the face
  5. tachycardia (accelerated heart beat)
  6. rigidity of the neck
  7. cervical pain
  8. headache
  9. Meniere syndrome
  10. difficulty in swallowing
  11. sense of "lump in the throat"
  12. excessive sweating
  13. insomnia
  14. mainly cold hands and feet
  15. irregular or accelerated heart beat
  16. chronic constipation
  17. unjustified diarrhoea
  18. thyroid problems
  19. unilateral numbness or tingling of the scalp

Vagus nerve and epilepsy attacks

Epilepsy falls within the various collateral disorders of the vagus nerve. The realignment of the Atlas, in fact, can have positive repercussions on epilepsy.
Conventional medical approaches, for serious epilepsy cases, consist in intervening surgically on the left vagus nerve, severing it or inhibiting it with electric impulses through a stimulator specifically planted in the body.
Statistics show that the left vagus nerve is the most affected by an Atlas out of alignment. Can it be a coincidence? The issue certainly deserves greater attention and in-depth investigations.

Vagus nerve and conventional medicine

Although medical literature widely covers the vagus nerve, it does so superficially, without deep understanding, simply analysing what suggested by human anatomy: "...the vagus nerve passes here, it is so and so, it carries out various functions..."
Basically: disorders connected to the vagus nerve are rarely observed in-depth with the aim to find a co-relation.
When talking about possible disorders caused by the vagus nerve, the latter is almost never considered responsible, although it is!
A practical example: medical literature highlights that the vagus nerve can be the cause of heartburn, but doctors prefer to prescribe drugs rather than place attention on the vagal issue.
There are many examples like the above. It is widely known: modern medicine prefers to focus on the symptoms rather than investigate on the triggering causes. In fact, it is more profitable to treat the disorders from a symptomatology viewpoint instead of verifying a possible correspondence with the vagus nerve.
Could the cause of this assumed "oversight" be due to the fact that medicine does not have a pill for curing the vagus nerve?
The ATLANTOtec method now gives the possibility to reduce or definitely eliminate possible compressions on the vagus nerve. People who have undergone the treatment have observed deep and significant positive repercussions on their various body systems.
Only after solving the problem it is possible to understand the true importance of the issue, as well as the variety of disorders that this compression can generate.
Therefore, it is possible to conclude that the matter is much more important, extended and deeper than what assumed up to now.
It is possible to listen to the testimonies of people cured through the ATLANTOtec method after suffering from problems caused by the vagus nerve.

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