Monday, November 30, 2015

Pesticide, and The Vagus Nerve- PolyVagal Theory

The only nerve in our body that has 2 way communication, and the instrument that conducts the Music in Our Body Electric...Like a disc jockey plays the music in us...

Human Beings have an Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) that is actually comprised of three separate subsystems, the Parasympathetic Nervous System (PNS), the Sympathetic Nervous System (SNS) and the Enteric Nervous System (ENS). The enteric nervous system has been described as a "second brain," which communicates with the central nervous system (CNS) through the parasympathetic (e.g., via the vagus nerve) and sympathetic nervous systems. However, vertebrate studies show that when the vagus nerve is severed, the enteric nervous system continues to function.

We now know that the ENS is not just capable of autonomy but also influences the brain. In fact, about 90 per cent of the signals passing along the vagus nerve come not from above, but from the ENS and that is why many consider it as a backup brain centered in our solar plexus. Our gut instincts are not fantasies but real nervous signals that guide much of our lives.

It is our vagus nerve that provides the gateway between the two parts of the autonomic systems. The vagus acts as a bio-informational data bus that routes impulses going in two directions. Since the vagus nerve acts as the central switchboard it should come as no surprise that impaired functioning of this one nerve can lead to so many different conditions and problems. Some neurological diseases actually come up from the gut spreading to the brain via the vagus nerve.

"Since neuronal transmission is very slow, ~~50 m/sec, and myelin is the connective tissue covering of the neuron then what your describing is transmission of information "instantly" via the ever pervasive, elastic and electrically charged connective tissue system of the organism-the fascia?"

The Fascia is also being stimulated with the Vagus Nerve, contains water...Like a stone falling in a pond response with stimulation....All those strange names like Etheric body, and Light Body; this is what they are talking about...

" Most people don't realize that the vagus nerve is vibrationally linked to how our body sends and receives energy. Any time we feel something like a "gut" feeling or sense an emotion from someone else, it is the vagus nerve that is sensing that particular energy. Energies are all tangible frequencies and can be physically felt by our bodies, specifically the vagus nerve."

Our immune systems are largely housed in the gut and the interplay between the gut and the brain is a complex and profoundly important relationship to appreciate.
We all recognize that anxiety or nervousness can impact our guts – most of us have had butterflies before a date or even diarrhea with extreme performance anxiety?  We are just learning that this relationship is bidirectional; however, and that the gut can also communicate its state of calm or alarm to the nervous system.  We think that the vagus nerve is a primary conduit of information and that inflammatory markers are the vehicles traveling this highway. Scientists have studied the “protective effects” of severing this nerve when animals are exposed to gut-related toxins that normally cause depressive symptoms.  We are getting ahead of ourselves; however, because we need to better elucidate why inflammation matters, where it comes from, and why it is the universal driver of chronic illness.
Chemicals. Pesticides, environmental pollution from industrial waste, hormonally-modulating plastics, fire retardants, and cosmetic additives all stimulate our immune systems to varying extents and disrupt optimal production of energy on a cellular level, particularly in vulnerable tissues like the thyroid.

Cortisol and insulin are like stress-response sisters, and high cortisol states will also contribute to insulin resistance, or high insulin and high sugar while the cells, themselves, are starving. Insulin protects fat storage (inhibits lypolisis), and fat cells secrete their own inflammatory signals in addition to aromatizing testosterone to estradiol contributing to states of estrogen dominance, while also increasing DHEA and androgens to fuel that process (as well as acne, hair growth, and agitation).

Cortisol also inhibits the conversion of storage thyroid hormone to active hormone leading to states of hypothyroidism even with normal-looking labs.
What Does Inflammation Do?

Once inflammation is active, it is highly self-perpetuating. These inflammatory cytokines travel throughout the body causing oxidating stress to the fragile machinery of the tissues and mitochondria, specifically. In the brain, inflammation serves to shunt the use of tryptophan toward production of anxiety-provoking chemicals like quinolinate, instead of toward serotonin and melatonin. They produce a replicable collection of symptoms called “sickness syndrome”, noted for it’s overlap with “depressive” symptoms: lethargy, sleep disturbance, decreased social activity, mobility, libido, learning, anorexia, and andhedonia. Psychiatric researchers have observed that patients with higher levels of inflammatory markers (like CRP) are less likely to respond to antidepressants, and more likely to respond to anti-inflammatories.

Connect to the Vagus Nerve
Major causes of male infertility. Above all one of the main upcoming reasons for male infertility is pesticides. Experimental evidence in the laboratory has linked the chemicals present in pesticides to reduced sperm quality, testicular cancer and reproductive abnormalities. The chemicals work by “blocking” the activity of hormones, known as androgens, which influence the development of the male reproductive system. Several studies have suggested that human semen quality and fecundity is declining. A pesticide is “any substance or mixture of substances intended for preventing, destroying or controlling any pest, including vectors of human or animal disease, unwanted species of plants or animals causing harm during or otherwise interfering with the production processing, storage, transport or marketing of food, agricultural commodities, wood and wood products or animal feedstuffs, or substances which may be administered to animals for the control of insects, arachnids or other pests in or on their bodies”. They fall into three major classes: insecticides, fungicides, and herbicides, Based upon the target organism classification these are also rodenticides, nematicides, molluscicides and acaricides . Another classification categorizes pesticides according their chemical structure. Insecticides include organochlorines, organophosphates, and carbamates. Organophosphate and carbamates are less toxic and largely replaced organochlorines.

Pesticides may differ according to their chemical structure, their mechanism of action and the toxicity they exhibit, but typically each pesticide consists of one (or more) active ingredient, which exerts the pesticidal activity, and an inert ingredient, which is inactive and helps in handling the active ingredient. Several studies have shown that the inert ingredient is not as inactive as it was previously believed to be. Over 700 active ingredients are in use worldwide as pesticides, each with distinct chemical and toxicological properties.

In addition to the desired effects of crop protection and pest management, pesticides have some recognized adverse impacts on human health and the environment. Humans have a great risk of exposure through several pathways in occupational, agricultural and household use. Inhalation, oral, dermal and ocular is four possible routes for pesticide exposure. Ingestion of food and water is thought to be the main routes of pesticide exposure in the general population, while dermal absorption is suspected to be the main source of occupational exposure. Over 25% of fruits, vegetables, and cereals are known to contain detectable residues of at least two pesticides and more than 300 different pesticides are known to contaminate food products sold in the EU.. In the majority of cases, however, human exposure is unintentional and unintended. Pesticides disrupt different mechanisms in the body.

"Science" is already trying to find ways to manipulate the Vagua Nerve, so they "can save us"...By injection poisonous Ricin,

Or Stimulation through other means..."Kevin Tracey an immunologist at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research in Manhasset, New York, discovered the "missing piece" for how the vagus nerve orchestrates immunity. Tracey and colleagues found that T cells in mouse spleens are actually releasing acetylcholine themselves after receiving a signal from the vagus nerve, playing a critical role in blocking inflammation. Though T cells are part of the immune system, in this context they're essentially functioning as a neuron, Tracey said. "It's remarkable." Though the idea that immune cells can make neurotransmitters is not a new story, Tracey added, no one has ever shown that nerve signals initiate their release, and in turn play a protective anti-inflammatory role against disease. 
The more researchers understand about the functioning of this circuit, the more they can apply their knowledge for treating and preventing disease, said Tracey, who in 2006 co-founded SetPoint Medical, a company that investigates ways to manipulate the vagus nerve to treat diseases like rheumatoid arthritis. "Modulating the immune system with pharmacologic reagents or with medical devices that stimulate the vagus nerve could offer real promise in inflammatory conditions," agreed Steinman.
Just stop w/the problems...No science involved, or needed!

If you want to stimulate your Vagus Nerve it is so easy!

Look into someones eyes you trust...That's it...
To help a baby; look into their eyes,  feeling your own strength to help, and protect them...create trust...

Words cannot change facts, and truths...Chakra is a word that is all...Up to you to think about the areas, and respond accordingly.
Chakras interact with the physical body through two major vehicles, the endocrine system and the nervous system. Each of the seven main Chakras discussed here are associated with one of the seven endocrine glands and also with a particular group of nerves called a Plexus.

Thus, each of these Chakra's can be associated with particular parts of the body and particular functions within the body controlled by that Plexus or that endocrine gland associated with that Chakra.

The Vagus the part of the nervous system that connects the 7 glands...

Become quiet and listen to The Vagus Nerve...will communicate, and respond to the minds thoughts...

Do some Yoga...Stay alive by laughing, and keeping "it" going!
Start Clapping!

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