Where is the Vagus Nerve Stimulated?

The Vagus nerve is named after the greek word meaning “wander”. This is because anatomical studies revealed that it travels a wide path throughout the human body. From the stomach, lungs, heart and brain but also to the ears. So the easiest location to stimulate the Vagus Nerve happens to be in the ear.  Specifically the tragus of the left ear.

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