Vagus Nerve Stimulation

Stefan Chmelik

Hummingbirds are a mystery. They are incredibly small, and their hearts beat incredibly fast. All zoological precedent should dictate that their lives be drastically short. However, these bright little birds defy biological science by living five times the length their heart-fluttering physiques should imply. Why? It may have something to do with their ‘resonance’. Hummingbirds ‘vibrate’ while hovering at around 50 HZ. And resonance (as we shall see) can strongly stimulate the vagus nerve. The vagus nerve is an incredibly important neural highway running throughout the lengths of our bodies. It is becoming increasingly clear that stimulating the vagus nerve,...

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Stress management wearable unveiled at London Tech Week

Jacob Skinner

SENSATE device uses sub-audible sound waves to lower stress levels. London, U.K. – June 13, 2017 – Stress management technology developer, BioSelf Technology, today unveiled SENSATE – a wearable device and app that tracks and reduces stress in real-time. SENSATE is the first device to both track biometric stress markers and reduce stress levels, on the spot, giving the wearer the ability to reach meditation-like states to promote enhanced relaxation. According to the World Health Organisation, stress-related illnesses cost the UK economy £43bn each year. The small, pebble-like device is placed comfortably against the chest and collects biometric data on...

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