Vagus Nerve Stimulation Can Cure Psoriasis
This post about psoriasis and vagus nerve stimulation is a true story and is just for informational purposes only.
Yes, inflammation in psoriasis is all about the vagus nerve because I can not explain this any better way. The only other explanation is that I got so much oxygen into the body that psoriasis started to go away instantly.
This is the experience of me as a well trained athlete at that time who achieved clearing up of my psoriasis the way I am going to share with you.
Cycling for 9 minutes clears up psoriasis
Actually, I don’t think that many people would be able to do a 9 minutes cycling sprint as I did. You had to have a lot of training to be able to do that.
- Day 1:
Cycling for about 9 minutes on the edge of my possibilities. Later that day the psoriasis was aggravated much more than usual. Very red plaques and also scaling increased.
- Day 2:
Psoriasis plaques are very pale and scaling decreased to a minimum, actually it seems like somebody would turn off the disease process. I have a feeling of having a lump behind my chest (like a muscle soreness). It is probably the overworked esophageal sphincter which had to keep tight during the cycling – heavy, fast and deep breathing.
- Day 3:
Less scaling, yet more lighter plaques. It is obvious that psoriasis disappears from everywhere!
- Day 4:
Yes, it continues… psoriasis is clearing up!The weird feeling inside, right behind my chest is gone.
- Day 5:
Psoriasis is still clearing up!
- Day 6:
The progress of clearing up has stopped. The plaques are almost non-existent, even though a nice pink skin is still noticeable.
- Day 7:
Seems like psoriasis had started coming back in the places where the clearing have occurred. Scaling and redness come back.
- Day 8:
Similarly like the day 7.
- Day 9:
Yes, it comes back definitely.
I tried to repeat the experiment above (which was not an experiment the first time – just a coincidence!) but I couldn’t do it again. I never experienced that esophageal muscle soreness or whatever it was again.
I am sure that it was just my laziness which prevented me from achieving the same results later because I have never tried so hard to finish the whole track under 9 minutes again. All my future experiments have stopped somewhere around the 5 minutes due to physical or mental exhaustion.
- So was it the esophagus which stimulated the vagus nerve?
- Or was it the lung expansion which increased the vagus nerve activity and induced the clearing of psoriasis?
- Or maybe it was the “super-oxygenation” of the body and nervous system during the strenuous exercise?
I can not say I know the answer but I think that the first theory – esophagus and vagus nerve is the most probable.
You can read more about vagus nerve and how you can stimulate it with galantamine in my posts “Galantamine May Cure Psoriasis”, “How Ephedrine, Galantamine and Nicotine Treat Inflammation in Psoriasis” and mostly “Nervous System Starts and Stops the Inflammation Not Only In Psoriasis”.