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Take charge of your Autonomic system with a transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulator from Vagus.net
Vagus Nerve Stimulation Device
Vagus Nerve Stimulator

Nervous System

New technology to supplemet your nervouos system capability
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Nerves are your body’s sensing and control system. They are formed from long chains of neurons, the same cells that make up your brain. Some nerves pass down your spinal column, but others exit the brain directly into parts of the body; these are called cranial nerves, of which your vagus nerve is the longest and most complex.
 
Parts of your nervous system are responsible for voluntary control, such as the moving of an arm. But other parts are responsible for controlling involuntary functions, such as the heart beating. Medics refer to the voluntary networks as the somatic nervous system (SNS) and involuntary networks as the autonomic nervous system (ANS).
 
The ANS is split into two branches, the sympathetic branch and parasympathetic branch, which work in opposition to one another acting as an accelerator and a brake to shift the body between states of excitation and relaxation. The vagus nerve is part of the braking system -- the parasympathetic branch. It attempts to slow your body down and promote relaxation and healing.
 
Autonomic Nervous System
Daily stimulation of the vagus nerve using micro electrical pulses has been shown to have a positive effect on health and wellbeing.

Decline in the activity of the nerve, particularly as we age, is linked to many minor health issues, such as mood changes, disruption of sleep patterns, problems with digestion and immune system strength, and reduced capacity for exercise.
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Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation

Vagal Tone

Vagal tone refers to the health and activity of the vagus nerve. Vagal tone has been shown to decline greatly in the over 55s and correlates with a marked increase in age related problems.

Vagal tone can be improved using a range of techniques such as meditation, massages and mindfulness as well as good eating and exercise regimes. But recent studies have shown that direct stimulation of the vagus nerve can both improve vagal tone directly and make it easier to follow the exercise and mindful regimes which also aid in the strengthening of tone.

Scientists and medics are increasingly recommending the use of vagal nerve stimulation as a path to healthier ageing.
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Real Customer Reviews

WOW. I have 251 uses with the stimulator without any issues. Thanks so much as this device has been very helpful. 
Brian

Absolutely adore my tVNS - it's my little 15 minutes of heaven/day
Emma

I had gastroparesis, >12hrs to empty.  I used it during the test intervals, and the result was about 3 hrs!  SO I'll be using this little guy for the forseeable future.  
Tom

Usually I try to limit the 45 min session to one of the meals and then I’ll do 30 min sessions for the other 2 meals. However the 45 min session works really well
Delia

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between tVNS and VNS?
The "t" stands for transcutaneous meaning through the skin and this is the key difference. VNS devices are implanted inside the body whereas tVNS devices are not, because they operate through the skin.
Does the tVNS Stimulator Require a Prescription to Purchase?
No, a prescription is not required to purchase the tVNS Stimulator. The tVNS is designed to rebalance your health and wellness and is not designed for the treatment of any particular illness or disease.
What is the "vaseline" for?
It looks a bit like vaseline but it's actually conductive paste. You put a little smudge on the gold electrodes of the clip before clipping the clip to your tragus and it reduces the resistance.
What's the difference between vagusnet and a TENS machine?
Tens machines are voltage-controlled, while the vagusnet stimulator is a current-controlled device. We advise against the use of standard TENS machine in the stimulation of the vagus nerve. To learn why, read our blog post on the subject.
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About Us

At Vagus.net we design, manufacture and retail our own products. None of the products here are OEM or rebranded tENS. Everything has been designed for the purpuse of safe, accurate nerve stimulation. We have one granted and several filed Patents.  

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