Vagus Nerve Stimulators – Should You Try One?

Vagus Nerve Stimulators -- Should You Try One?

These brand new devices are designed to help men lose fat fast. But do they work? Here’s what the research says…

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Vagus Nerve Stimulators – Should You Try One?

Weight gain is frustrating and can be very hard to deal with.

Whether you’re trying to lose 10 pounds or 253 pounds, it’s hard to deal with.

Most people end up on a cycle of lose and gain – and then lose and gain.

And it’s completely NOT their fault.

To make matters worse, they often gain back more than they lost…

And then folks often give up or end up dramatically altering their bodies through gastric bypass or other surgeries to permanently alter what their bodies can take in.

I get it.

It can feel incredibly infuriating to gain weight and not be able to lose it.

It’s understandable that people take drastic measures.

Weight gain is linked to a host of other health issues like diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease as well.

That’s why I’m always interested in new ways to lose weight that look like they might be safe and effective.

And it’s why I always check them out and let you know about them.

Here’s an interesting, brand new technique…

It’s an upgrade to a device that’s already on the market and being used today.

It stimulates the vagus nerve and is a novel approach to weight loss.

Effective weight control via an implanted self-powered vagus nerve stimulation device

New device overcomes a lot of problems…

I’m always skeptical when new “breakthroughs” like this come out because they often have side effects that aren’t clear at first.

But this device is interesting in the way it works – it doesn’t need batteries and it doesn’t have any kind of complicated wiring.

It relies completely on the movement of the gut (kind of like how hydroelectricity works at Niagara Falls) to create the electricity that powers it.

Wang’s device contains no batteries, no electronics, and no complicated wiring. It relies instead on the undulations of the stomach walls to power its internal generators.”

That’s remarkable!

This TYPE of device has been FDA-approved since 2015, but the old kind had a complicated control unit and batteries that had to be recharged constantly…

And that made compliance difficult – an unappealing option for most people looking to lose weight.

“That existing unit ‘Maestro’ approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2015, administers high-frequency zaps to the vagus nerve to shut down all communication between the brain and stomach. It requires a complicated control unit and bulky batteries which frequently must be recharged.”

Vagus nerve stimulators show promise for weight loss.

This new unit is tiny and has no controls….

It just works with the body to provide gentle stimulation to the vagus nerve…

When the vagus nerve is stimulated, your hunger goes way, way down.

“It’s automatically responsive to our body function, producing stimulation when needed… Our body knows best.”

And it’s TINY…

Measuring less than a centimeter across, it can be implanted in a minimally invasive way to stimulate the vagus nerve and make you FEEL full after only a little bit of food.

And that could really help a lot of people.

Tiny device helped rats lose 40% of their body weight

I do think that more research needs to be done to make sure this method is safe.

The basic methodology has only been around since 2015, and that’s not long enough for my comfort because we don’t know what the 10-year side effects REALLY are yet.

And sometimes long-term side effects can be significant.

But it does seem to show promise…

And it certainly seems like a better alternative to gastric bypass – which is much more dangerous than most people realize.

Personally, I’ve put a lot of research into weight loss and what it takes to lose weight AND reduce inflammation (which is the bigger problem)…

If you can reduce inflammation, then the weight will often come off on its own without a ton of effort on your part.

To your health!

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