My answer to Can neurotransmitter imbalances such as low seratonin reduce the ability of the vagus nerve to properl…

Answer by Connie b. Dellobuono:

Yes. The vagus nerve that allows for communication between our gut and our brain is a two way street.

The vagus nerve tells your stomach when to empty and your brain when to feel full.

If we have too little, or too much serotonin floating around we can experience all kinds of common gut issues.

The vagus nerve affects our hearing,stroke,headache,heart failure,inflammation and more.

Can neurotransmitter imbalances such as low seratonin reduce the ability of the vagus nerve to properly work?