Have you been told recently that you have a hiatal hernia but have no idea where to start to actually heal?
I’ve been there! This guide goes through why hiatal hernias are so common, how the vagus nerve can be involved, and how to truly heal from these issues.
The vagus nerve is the main link between the gut and the brain. The gut speaks to the brain about 9 times more than the brain speaks to the gut. When this connection is hindered, the body starts to show signs of stress.
A hiatal hernia is one of the most common reasons why the vagus nerve gets stressed. Learn the signs and symptoms of a hiatal hernia and vagus nerve irritation in order to find relief from common symptoms like anxiety, bloating, stomach pain, heart palpitations, and more.
- What is a Hiatal Hernia?
- What Does the Vagus Nerve Do?
- The First Step in Healing: Fixing the Hernia
- The Second Step in Healing: Heal your Gut
- The Third Step in Healing: Chronic Infections
- The Full Plan of Action for Healing
- Bonus Section: My Personal Experience with Hiatal Hernia (my full healing story)