Your voice is a doorway to the nervous system

Your voice can be a portal to accessing what's known as the Social Engagement System of your vagus nerve. This is the state that primes you for communication and connection. A state where you feel calm, connected, and safe. 

In response to anxiety or despair, your vagus nerve changes both your nervous system and your voice. Speaking well requires freedom and balance in the muscles around the larynx and jaw and a flexible free posture for the breath.
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