Athletes and the Vagus Nerve

by | Aug 08, 2019 | Inflammation, Low Acetylcholine, Science, Uncategorized, Vagus Nerve

Athletes and the Vagus Nerve By Dr. Diana Driscoll Exercise is so good for us! It promotes circulation, improves cardiovascular health, helps muscle, bone and joint disease, helps with metabolic disorders and weight control, and even improves psychological well-being. Studies show that regular exercise dramatically decreases the risk of mortality and can improve symptoms...

Top Symptoms Of Low Acetylcholine

by | Mar 29, 2019 | Low Acetylcholine, Science

Top Symptoms Of Low Acetylcholine By Dr. Diana Driscoll What is Acetylcholine? Acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter — a chemical messenger that allows your nerves to communicate with each other and with our organs. It is important to identify the symptoms of low acetylcholine because acetylcholine is our most common neurotransmitter and is used throughout...