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Struggling with Stress and LS? You need to hear this!


Hey! Welcome! I'm on a bit of a hiatus with Podcast as I build out Lichen Sclerosus Support Network, but, when my girl Jaclyn from The Lost Labia Chronicles told me about her latest project, I was like, “girl, we need to make a podcast episode and let our community know”. So here we are! If you experience a lot of stress from living with lichen sclerosus, you definitely want to stick around and hear about this amazing opportunity that I just know you will want in on.

The Vagus Nerve and Lichen Sclerosus Workshop

The vagus nerve is one of the main nerves in the parasympathetic nervous system and is responsible for an array of functions including allowing the body to rest, relax, and repair. Jaclyn created a workshop that teaches folks about the vagus nerve and it's potential to help manage lichen sclerosus and get folks into remission quicker.

This workshop explains the science behind chronic stress on the mind-body, how it specifically impacts our lichen sclerosus and then provides a bunch of different tools to help stimulate the vagus nerve in order to help manage your lichen sclerosus.

The Motivation Behind the Workshop: Stress

We all know stress isn't good for the mind-body: chronic stress can lead to a whole host of chronic illnesses and issues down the road. But many of us aren't aware of the different and subtle ways chronic stress can impact your lichen sclerosus. Doctors typically do not explain this in their offices. This is unfortunate, because stress is one of LS's biggest triggers, and, when you are experiencing chronic stress, it can impact symptoms, flares, and your ability to get into remission. And, of course, who doesn't experience stress from living with lichen sclerosus? Living with LS can be hard and incredibly stress-inducing.

Interacting with the LS community, Jaclyn saw just how many people are struggling with stress due to their lichen sclerosus. In fact, stress and anxiety were some of Jaclyn's biggest obstacles to getting into remission early in her journey. The stress just seemed so heavy and inescapable. But, in time, Jaclyn used her academic background in neuroscience and research to learn more about stress, lichen sclerosus, and the vagus nerve. By working to actively practice stimulating her vagus nerve, in time, Jaclyn's stress started to weigh less, and, in time, she was able to take off that heavy stress blanket and step into remission.

Now, Jaclyn is passionate about sharing what she has learned to help other folks better manage the stress of LS and get into remission quicker. To do this, she created The Vagus Nerve and Lichen Sclerous Workshop.

Image of a person with brown skin and a grey sweater holding their hands over their face looking stressed.

Got Stress? Why you Need to Join this Workshop

Are you on a lichen sclerosus treatment plan but want to optimize healing of your lichen sclerosus?

Are you looking for additional tools to add to your lichen sclerosus management toolbox?

Do you feel constantly stressed out and on high alert?

Does your lichen sclerosus cause you additional stress that makes you feel trapped and powerless?

Do you want to learn how to calm the nervous system and drive down stress by learning how to stimulate your vagus nerve?

If so, you got to get in on this workshop!

In this workshop, you’ll learn about:

  • The autonomic nervous system, sympathetic nervous system, and parasympathetic nervous system are.
  • The vagus nerve is and its role in overall health and wellbeing.
  • The impacts of stress on lichen sclerosus.
  • How to increase vagal tone and decrease stress (and therefore help manage LS symptoms).
  • The benefits of a healthy vagal tone for lichen sclerosus.
  • Tips and tricks to help consistently work on increasing vagal tone.

+Bonus: PDF handout of all the tips and tricks discussed during the workshop.

Workshop Teaser

And don't think I let Jaclyn go without giving us a bit of a teaser! I got you! I know my audience, I see you. Therefore, I asked Jaclyn to share one way you can stimulate the vagus nerve, and let me tell you, I did not expect her answer.


Yup. Gargling.

Image of a person in a pink top and short brown hair gargling water. Gargling is one way to stimulate the nerve system and reduce stress in the body.

To find out why and learn more ways to stimulate your vagus nerve to help support you in your journey toward remission, sign up for the workshop below!

Workshop Details


Tuesday, June 21st

Thursday, June 23rd

July dates TBD


$160 on sale for $80 + as a thank you for signing up, Jaclyn is offering an additional $20 off. Use code VIP in the coupon section of the checkout. The discount ends June 20th, so register today and save!

Don't Miss Out on this Incredible Opportunity: Click the Button Below and Get to Healing your Stress from LS

Click the button below to sign up now! With the event coming up quickly, you do not want to miss out.

Don't forget to use coupon code ‘VIP' at the checkout for an additional $20 off!

By Jaclyn

I am the author of The Lost Labia Chronicles, a blog about Lichen Sclerosus, Sex, and Mental Health. I was diagnosed with Lichen Sclerosus in 2019 but had been symptomatic for over a decade. My mission is to provide support and hope to others with Lichen Sclerosus.

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