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Publisher Description

Unlock your body’s natural healing power and achieve a healthier, pain-free life.

Are you interested in uncovering the secrets of the polyvagal theory? Do you want to know how it can help you overcome physical and emotional ailments, tap into your Vagus nerve, and enjoy a stronger, healthier body? Or are you looking for a way to defeat anxiety, depression and mental illness? Then this book is for you.

The polyvagal theory is a revolutionary yet often-overlooked theory which has the potential to transform your life. Whether you want to overcome physical ailments, defeat trauma and mental illness, or calm an overstressed mind, the secret to a life of inner peace and emotional wellbeing lies in the polyvagal theory.

Now, this insightful guide explores the polyvagal theory like never before, offering you a detailed glimpse into the science and neurobiology behind it. Covering the practical application of the polyvagal theory in therapy, how you can use it to heal your mind, and a wealth of exercises for activating your Vagus nerve, this book is a must-read for anyone suffering from chronic pain and mental trauma.

Here’s what you’ll discover inside:
Understanding The Polyvagal Theory and How It Can Change Your LifePractical Methods For Beating PTSD, Trauma, Anxiety and DepressionBreaking Down The Science and Neurobiology Behind The Polyvagal TheoryEssential Secrets of The Vagus Nerve (Along With How To Activate It)An Exploration of Somatic Therapy, EMDR, and Yogic WisdomAnd Much More…
No matter what ailments you suffer from, this guide provides step-by-step instructions and a heartfelt look at how you can reclaim control of your body and mind. So don’t wait – it’s time for you to see how the polyvagal theory can transform your life.

Scroll up and buy now to unlock your body’s natural healing powers today.

Nikki Lynch
hr min
March 29
umberto piscione

Customer Reviews

Lpells ,

Terrible audio voice.

I could not get through this book as much as I wanted to due to the readers voice. Her voice was too rushed and she sounded stressed out. Made it very hard to retain information. Very disappointed.