Cranial Nerve Sequencing

The Nervous system can be split into multiple categories.  There is the cortex of the brain and the brainstem.


Coming out of the brainstem, there are 12 nerves called Cranial Nerves.  These nerves are important for every day function, since they signal messages to the voluntary and involuntary muscles involved in blinking, breathing, swallowing, digestion, etc.  Thus, they are the part of the body that takes the most energy since they are constantly firing.


These nerves and the muscles associated with them should fire in harmony.  However, when these nerves and muscles do not synchronize properly, they play tug-of-war with one another and end up being a major energy drain on the body.  


Symptoms seen when the cranial nerves and muscles are not synchronizing are evident in people who have had:


  • Car accidents

  • Head traumas

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

  • Near drowning experiences

  • Dental braces

  • Difficulty breathing

  • Snoring

  • Not feeling well-rested after sleeping

  • Difficulty loosing weight

  • Sexual dysfunction


Cranial Nerve Sequencing helps re-train the body so that the cranial nerves and muscles associated with them are not playing tug-of-war, so that the body is energy efficient.  This also helps the body nose breathe, which is important for the body.  Nose breathing filters out toxins better, helps the body have more oxygen for healing and helps improve posture.


During an appointment, an exam is done in person or via telemedicine to figure out which nerves and muscles are creating problems.  Exercises are then done in the appointment and videos of exercises are sent, so that a person can retrain their body from the comfort of their home or can come to the clinic in person to do the cranial nerve sequencing process.



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