Category Archives: viscera

Central Nervous System-Gut connection

PARASYMPATHETIC INNERVATION – THE VAGUS NERVE People with digestive dysfunction are often treated via dietary changes or exclusions.  This video by Dr Datis Kharrazian proposes using simple exercises to improves gut function by stimulating the vagus nerve, is the nerve which … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the Pelvis

Recently, I have been getting to know and love the pelvis: a source for so many chronic problems. The “true” or “lesser” pelvis lies between the pelvic inlet and the pelvic floor and houses the reproductive organs, the urinary bladder, … Continue reading

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The Abdominal Brain

The abdomen is our physical centre, the core of our being.  When we curl up in foetal position, we are protecting our vital organs, as opposed to our head. The abdomen is a place that is intricately linked to our … Continue reading

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