gargling stimulates the vagus nerve

Do This to Beat Depression and Headaches

As seen in Woman’s World magazine!

The vagus nerve connects your brain to many organs throughout the body, including the heart, lungs and gut.

Stimulating it has been shown to help treat a wide variety of health conditions, including depression, anxiety, impaired digestion and migraines. Since this all-important nerve is connected to your vocal cords and the muscles at the back of your throat, it’s easy to give it a little TLC by singing, humming, chanting or gargling for 45 seconds once a day!