The Pons serves as a message station between several areas of the brain. The Pons is like the main switchboard. It helps relay messages from the cortex and the cerebellum. Without the pons, the brain would not be able to function because messages would not be able to be transmitted,or passed along. There are many important nerves that originate in the pons. The trigeminal nerve is responsible for feeling in the face. I also controls the muscles that are responsible for biting, chewing, and swallowing. The abducens nerve allows the eyes to look from side to side. The facial nerve controls facial expressions, and the vestibulocochlear nerve allows sound to move from the ear to the brain. All of these nerves start within the pons. By delivering a specific frequency to specific pathways in the tongue, we are becoming able to reverse dizziness, balance problems, and have even seen progress in some individual’s hearing problems, almost all signals from the brain to the body, and from the body to the brain pass through the Pons. There are a few ways to connect or treat the Pons , one is through cranial surgery and the other is through the tongue which is less invasive. Pons Therapy has been used for speech issue that were derived by a stroke or other traumas that may cause slurred speech.
The Russian Scenar Snail Probe can also be used for autonomic nervous system therapy of the Vagus Nerve. Through proper training offered by Coach Jimmy K to help balance the body. Below we explain the sympathetic and the para-sympathetic differences. Both part of the autonomic nervous system, the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems work involuntarily. Sympathetic is responsible for the response commonly referred to as “fight or flight,” while parasympathetic is referred to as “rest and digest.” Both originate in the spinal cord and branch out from there.
The sympathetic nervous system is the part of the autonomic nervous system that prepares the body to react to stresses such as threat or injury. It causes muscles to contract and heart rate to increase.The parasympathetic nervous system is the part of the autonomic nervous system that controls functions of the body at rest. It helps maintain homeostasis in the body. It causes muscles to relax and heart rate to decrease.While there is little that people can do to consciously control their parasympathetic nervous system, there are frequencies that can help people exert a level of control over the sympathetic responses. Because of our modern lifestyle and daily stress many people are locked in the sympathetic mode. This can cause other health issues if not addressed. Through Vagus Nerve Therapy one can address this weekly to help relax and reset your ( ANS ) to the parasympathetic mode. In return this will remove stress from the many organs that the Vagus Nerve connects to. The two generally do not function well at the same time. That is, when faced with imminent danger, the body will divert blood flow from parasympathetic nerve functions (such as digestion) to sympathetic nerve functions (such as muscle contraction and heavy breathing to run away).