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Published on Feb 24, 2017
Slow paced breathing at the right frequency can result in a vagal nerve activation, which may have a variety of beneficial effects.
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Isn’t that mind-blowing? What’s happens in vagus need not stay in vagus :)
Every time I’m amazed by ancient wisdom I have to remind myself of that video I did on toxic heavy metals (Get the Lead Out (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/get-t...)). So though traditional healing methods may offer a plethora of insights, they still need to be put to the test.
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