Some people experience a severe drop in blood pressure, sometimes accompanied by convulsions and loss of consciousness, and when going to the doctors, they diagnose the patient as having a vagus nerve.
Therefore, “The Seventh Day” presents to its readers, through the series Q and C, everything you need to know about vagus nerve disease, according to the site “ medicalnewstoday“.
What is the vagus nerve?
It is among the 12 nerves in the body, and it is the longest nerve in the body. It connects the brain to other areas of the body and extends to part of the colon.
What is the function of the vagus nerve in the body?
This nerve works on a person’s sense of physical sensation, especially in the ear, throat, larynx, esophagus, lungs, heart, and parts of the digestive system, and it also increases the sense of taste.
The vagus nerve also stimulates the muscles in the larynx and the stromal area near the back of the roof of the mouth, activates the heart muscles, which helps lower the heart rate, and stimulates involuntary contractions of the digestive system, including the esophagus and stomach, and allows food to move through the digestive system.
What are the symptoms of vagus nerve infection?
Severe drop in blood pressure.
In some cases loss of sound.
–severe ear pain
– high heart rate;
The urge to vomit.
What is the treatment of vagus nerve?
Treatment depends on the symptoms, so the doctor gives treatments that help complete the nerve and control it to avoid any complications for the affected person.