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Vagus nerve is a cranial nerve, that is, a nerve connected to the brain. It has branches to most of the major organs in the body, including the larynx, throat, windpipe, lungs, heart and most of the digestive system.
Vagus nerve can cause symptoms of a problem within the peripheral or central nervous system. These symptoms could be: numbness in head, back, arms and dizziness.