The Vagus Nerve Guide

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Hi floxie friends and supporters,

I recently wrote, and published on Amazon Kindle, a book about healing the vagus nerve. It’s called The Vagus Nerve Guide: Reduce Inflammation and Chronic Illness Through Toning Your Vagus Nerve, and you can find it here –,

I became interested in the connections between vagus nerve health/tone, and fluoroquinolone toxicity after reading this article, Hacking the nervous system by Gaia Vance, that notes that vagus nerve health/tone is connected to the inflammation response in the body, as well as many chronic illnesses that have symptoms that are similar to fluoroquinolone toxicity. A healthy vagus nerve reduces inflammation and illness, whereas an unhealthy vagus nerve increases inflammation and illness.

Hacking the Nervous System describes a vagus nerve implant that has helped people to overcome many illnesses, including rheumatoid arthritis, IBS, migraine headaches, and more. However, an implanted devise in your body isn’t the only way to heal and tone your vagus nerve. There are also practices and techniques that can help you to tone your vagus nerve, including gargling, chanting, acupuncture, chiropractic work, and more. I go over them in The Vagus Nerve Guide: Reduce Inflammation and Chronic Illness Through Toning Your Vagus Nerve.

Thank you for checking it out!

If you’re interested in reading articles about the vagus nerve, please follow The Vagus Nerve Guide on Facebook –

I have written a few posts about how fluoroquinolone toxicity and vagus nerve health are related:

Hacking Fluoroquinolone Toxicity via the Nervous System

Autonomic Nervous System Dysfunction from Cipro, Levaquin, and other Fluoroquinolones

Fluoroquinolone Toxicity and Acetylcholine (ACh) Damage

I’m honestly not sure whether or not vagus nerve issues have anything to do with causing fluoroquinolone toxicity, but I do think that practices and exercises that stimulate and tone the vagus nerve help to reduce inflammation and can help to relieve some of the symptoms of fluoroquinolone toxicity.

I hope that The Vagus Nerve Guide: Reduce Inflammation and Chronic Illness Through Toning Your Vagus Nerve is helpful to you!


Lisa Bloomquist Palmer

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