Lauri Headly explains the significance of good sleep patterns to our brain health and our overall well-being. Lauri's fascination with the physiology of sleep began more than 30 years ago when as a respiratory therapist she saw a patient with sleep apnea for the first time. It stimulated her to become a sleep technologist. Lauri remembers her very first patient who woke up after a sleep study and said, “Wow, I've never dreamt before and l last night I had dreams!” It was a turning point in her career. Our culture, in general, does not recognize the human body's need for adequate sleep. Lauri was guilty of this for years. Chronic pain had interrupted her sleep and life for as long as she could remember and she continued to ignore it. It wasn't until Lauri's second cancer diagnosis that she found herself struggling to fall asleep and stay asleep that she knew that the lack of sleep was impacting her body's ability to heal. Lauri experienced first-hand the results of having a long-running pattern of sleep loss and its effect on her health. Lauri's health challenges over the years fed her desire to change lives. Now she'd like to help you overcome your battles. What You Will Learn: How Lauri's health problems inspired her to become a respiratory therapist How Lauri started an at-home pulse oximetry business What message Lauri heard in church that encouraged her to continue her pregnancy while going through chemotherapy What are the signs of sleep apnea, and when should you seek medical treatment What is an Inspire Device, and what qualifications you need to get one How your life can change after improving your quality of sleep How to contact Lauri Leadley: Website: https://valleysleepcenter.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lauri-leadley-b04b235/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/valley-sleep-center/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laurilynn/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ValleySleepCenter Twitter: https://twitter.com/laurileadley https://twitter.com/ValleySleepCtr
We talk about the difference between kindness and chronically people-pleasing. Are the signs and symptoms evident in your life? Let's plan for a healthy 2022 and let go of the fear of disappointing others and making it our goal to make others happy. Instead, let's be kind without making it a weakness. Let's choose to partner with others as we cheer them on to find their own happiness. Let's elevate and talk about this side of self-care.
Sweetbread, cakes, and ham with a side of hot pepper sauce were the smells that overwhelmed my West Indian home as a child during the holidays. I could indulge in these delicacies without a second thought. As an adult, however, holiday eating can be a real challenge while trying to improve my health. There's this battle between wanting to enjoy food, family and friends during the holiday but not blow the progress I've made with my health. Many of us face this challenge, and this can lead us on the cycle of chronic dieting followed by shame and blame. To help us through the holiday eating maze I've brought in renowned dietician Camille Martin. Camille Martin is a registered dietitian, public health writer, and former chronic dieter. She's dedicated to helping women quit dieting, set bigger and better goals, reclaim their excitement for life — and lose weight in the process. Key Takeaways1. Issues with food often become issues with mental health. When you're worried about food and what it does to your body, you become over-critical of yourself and this can lead to eating disorders, depression, and sleep issues to name a few.2. Allow yourself to enjoy the holidays! Don't stress about eating too much. Allow yourself to have fun and enjoy a bit more food than you normally would. Focusing on how much you're eating can lead you to eating too much or not enough.3. It's important to change the way you talk about yourself. What you think and feel will eventually translate into your physical appearance. Learn to be at peace with yourself and it will translate to your body in a positive way. Episode Moments/Quotes 3:03 - Introduction of Camille Martin13:23 - “When we allow ourselves to lose control in other areas we try to think we're reclaiming it with food, but we are actually doing more damage to ourselves” -Dr. Neely15:50 - Why and how Camille Martin broke her diet cycle 24: 48 - “The more you attend to your soul and your heart, your body will adjust to match” -Camille Martin34:03 - "It's not about doing to get, it's about feeling to become." Research on the TopicEmotional eating, as described by Psychology today, is the combination of stress and hunger. They explain that hunger can be normal hunger or hunger based on feelings, and that feelings of stress are often associated with feelings of hunger. Combine this with the stress of the holiday and emotional eating can sometimes get out of hand. When it does, we shame ourselves for the food we've eaten and the weight we've gained and force ourselves to follow crazy diets. This can add more stress, which in turn creates a cycle of eating, shame, and diet. Check out the link below for more information about emotional eating! Want More?Check out episode 63: Emotional Eating w/ Dr. Shawn Hondorp. Dr. Neely and Dr. Hondorp dive into what emotional eating is and why diets don't work! Resources/ Things Mentioned During The Show:Camille Martin https://camillemartinrd.com/Drop The BS Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/dropthebspodcast/Psychology Today https://www.psychologytoday.com/us
Self-compassion is the act of showing kindness to oneself in times of suffering. In this episode, a trained medical doctor and mindfulness practitioner shares tips on how to use self compassion to help dial down stress, alleviate depression and even alter the pain experience. Visit the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast site to read the blog and get show notes and a full transcript: https://arthritis.org/liveyes/podcast We want to hear from you. Tell us what you think about the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast. Get started here: https://arthritisfoundation.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ebqublsylCl7BIh Special Guest: Dr. Christiane Wolf.
Want to get rid of inflammation the natural way? Check out these supplements. These 6 anti inflammatory supplements can help cool off inflammation in the body and help you feel better. Why is inflammation a problem? It is well known that inflammation can result in weight gain, arthritis, joint pain, hormone imbalances, sleep disturbances, immune system dysfunction, fatigue, poor cholesterol, and much more. Managing inflammation, if done correctly, may help SOLVE these problems. What is inflammation? Inflammation is a good thing and is part of the HEALING process and is perfectly NORMAL in the short term. But when it becomes chronic, it becomes an issue. Chronic inflammation can be triggered by autoimmune disease, gut issues, lingering infections, and constant exposure to allergens or irritants. Want to get rid of inflammation? Check out these 7 supplements (+ some honorable mentions): 1. Alpha-lipoic acid (a powerful antioxidant compound found in plants including broccoli, spinach, red meat, Brussel sprouts, peas, carrots). Potential benefits in diabetes as well as diabetic complications (neuropathy), also helpful for weight loss. 2. MSM (methylsulfonylmethane found in green vegetables, probably works by improving the flow of nutrients in and out of the cell via cell membrane). Great for joint pain, arthritis, and osteoarthritis. It also helps with detoxification. 3. Quercetin (a flavonoid found in plants such as leafy greens, tomatoes, berries, and broccoli). Reduces inflammation, great for allergies, heart health, and pain syndromes. 4. Fish oil (high in omega 3 fatty acids, improves the ratio of omega 6:3 which improves inflammatory cascade). I use this for weight loss, cholesterol problems, and immune support. 5. Bromelain (group of enzymes found in pineapple). Great for allergies, digestive issues, gut problems, arthritis, and asthma. 6. Curcumin/turmeric + black pepper for absorption (perhaps most well-studied anti-inflammatory on the list with more than 12,000+ articles). Broad inflammatory support, great for autoimmune diseases, joint pain, and metabolic problems. Honorable mentions include: Ginger Watercress Green tea Glycosaminoglycans Are you currently taking any of the anti-inflammatory supplements on this list? Are they working for you? Let me know below! Download my free thyroid resources here (including hypothyroid symptoms checklist, the complete list of thyroid lab tests + optimal ranges, foods you should avoid if you have thyroid disease, and more): https://www.restartmed.com/start-here/
Please join first author Cecilia Bahit and Associate Editor Graeme Hankey as they discuss the article "Predictors of Development of Atrial Fibrillation in Patients With Embolic Stroke Of Undetermined Source: An Analysis of the RE-SPECT ESUS Trial." Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. We're your co-hosts. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Center, and Duke; National University of Singapore. Dr. Greg Hundley: And I'm Dr. Greg Hundley, Associate Editor and Director of the Pauley Heart Center at VCU Health in Richmond, Virginia. Well, Carolyn, this week's feature, we're going to analyze the RE-SPECT ESUS trial. What does that pertain to? Well, you're going to have to wait and find out, but it relates to atrial fibrillation and embolic stroke. But before we get to that, how about we grab a cup of coffee and go through some of the other articles in the issue? Would you like to go first? Dr. Carolyn Lam: I sure would. Greg, we know that Chronic kidney disease is associated with adverse outcomes among patients with established cardiovascular disease or diabetes. The question is: What are the effects of Icosapent Ethyl across the range of kidney function in patients with established cardiovascular disease or diabetes from the REDUCE-IT trial? Dr. Greg Hundley: Ah, Carolyn, can you remind us what was the REDUCE-IT trial? What did it encompass there? Dr. Carolyn Lam: The REDUCE-IT trial was a multicenter double-blind, placebo-controlled trial that randomized statin treated patients with elevated triglycerides, who had cardiovascular disease or diabetes, and one additional risk factor, two treatment with icosapent ethyl at 4g daily versus placebo. After a median follow up period of 4.9 years, the study drug demonstrated a 25% relative risk reduction in the primary composite endpoint of cardiovascular death, myocardial infarction, stroke, coronary revascularization, or unstable angina. Dr. Greg Hundley: Ah, great summary of the original paper, but now this is sort of a follow-up paper. What did this paper research? Dr. Carolyn Lam: Well first, remember they focused on renal function and the median baseline GFR was 75 ml/min with a range of 17 to 123 mL/min/1.73 m2. Treatment with Icosapent Ethyl led to consistent reduction in both primary and secondary composite endpoints across the baseline GFR categories. Patients with the GFR >60 treated with Icosapent Ethyl had the largest absolute, but similar relative risk reduction for the primary composite endpoint. And while patients with GFR >60 treated with Icosapent Ethyl had the highest numerical rates of atrial fibrillation of flutter and serious bleeding. The hazard ratios for atrial fibrillation flutter and serious bleeding were similar across GFR categories. In summary Icosapent Ethyl reduced cardiovascular events among patients with elevated triglycerides in a well-controlled LDL on statin therapy across a wide range of baseline renal function. Dr. Greg Hundley: Oh, Carolyn. Beautiful presentation. That presentation was so good that I know you are ready for a quiz. We haven't had Carolyn's quiz in a week, so we've got to get right back to that. Dr. Carolyn Lam: No, we don't (laughs). Dr. Greg Hundley: Can you describe the primary sequelae of Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome? Dr. Carolyn Lam: Oh wow. Okay. So this is the syndrome where there's premature aging, there's a lot of vascular stiffening, calcification. I'm going to guess some sort of atherosclerotic consequence (laughs). Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nicely done Carolyn. Oh my goodness. I need to get you to take my ABIM recertification- Dr. Carolyn Lam: (laughing) Dr. Greg Hundley: Beautifully done. So Carolyn, this paper comes to us from Dr. Vicente Andrés from Centro Nacional De Investigaciones Cardiovasculares Carlos III, and Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome is a rare disorder characterized, just like you said, Carolyn by premature aging and death, mainly due to myocardial infarction, stroke or heart failure. The disease is provoked by progerin, a variant of lamin A expressed in most differentiated cells. Carolyn, these patients look healthy at birth and symptoms typically emerge in the first or second year of life. In assessing the reversibility of progerin induced damage, and the relative contribution of specific cell types is critical to determining the potential benefits of late treatment and to developing new therapies. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Wow, you've really, really piqued my interest. So what did these investigators do and what did they find? Dr. Greg Hundley: Oh Carolyn, very clever design. So the authors use CRISPR-Cas9 technology to generate mice engineers to ubiquitously express progerin while lacking lain A and allowing progestin suppression in lain A restoration in a time and cell type specific manner upon CRE recombinase activation. They characterize the phenotype of these engineered mice and cross them with CRE transgenic lines to assess the effects of suppressing progestin and restoring lain A ubiquitously at different disease stages, as well as specifically in vascular smooth muscle cells and cardiomyocytes. So Carolyn, what did they find? Well, number one, like Hutchinson-Milford progenia syndrome patients, their engineered mice appeared healthy at birth, and progressively developed Hutchinson-Milford progenia syndrome symptoms, including failure to thrive, Lipodystrophy, vascular smooth muscle cell loss, vascular fibrosis, electric cardiographic anomalies and early death. Their median lifespan was 15 months versus 26 months in the wild types. Dr. Greg Hundley: Second, ubiquitous progestin suppression in lain A restoration significantly extended lifespan, when induced in six month old, mildly symptomatic mice, and even in severely ill animals aged 13 months, although the benefit was much more pronounced upon the early intervention. And then finally, Carolyn remarkably major vascular alterations were prevented and lifespan normalized in engineered Hutchinson-Milford progenia syndrome mice when progestin suppression and lain A restoration were restricted to: just Vascular smooth muscle cells and Cardiomyocytes. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Wow, just fascinating, but, okay. What is the clinical take home message? Dr. Greg Hundley: Right, Carolyn. So these authors findings suggest that it is never too late to treat Hutchinson-Milford progenia syndrome, although the benefit is much more pronounced when progestin is targeted early in mice with mild symptoms. Also, restricting its suppression to Vascular smooth muscle cells in Cardiomyocytes is sufficient to prevent Vascular disease and normalize lifespan in mice, and therefore these data suggest that strategies to treat Hutchinson-Milford progenia syndrome through gene therapy or RNA therapy should consider targeting Vascular smooth muscle cells and Cardiomyocytes. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Oh wow. Very, very cool. Well, my next paper is a basic science paper that's significant for both its methods and its results. Dr. Greg Hundley: Oh wow, Carolyn, I can't wait. So tell us about this novel methodology. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Well, this paper is from Dr. Chang from Westlake University in Hangzhou, China, and colleagues who use a gene editing approach to efficiently institute Exon Skipping without introducing DNA double-strand breaks. So harnessing a fusion of a nuclease defective Case protein, and a cytidine deaminase, which is, we're going to abbreviate it as Targeted AID-induced mutagenesis (TAM) or base editor three (BE3), their approach precisely edited conserved guanines at splice sites, thus abrogating Exon recognition resulting in a programmable skipping of the targeted Exons. Isn't that neat? Dr. Greg Hundley: Yeah, it really is sophisticated Carolyn, wow. So what did they do using these methods? Dr. Carolyn Lam: A novel mirroring model of Duchenne muscular dystrophy was generated, which recapitulated many cardiac defects observed in the human form of the disease, including dilated cardiomyopathy, reduced left ventricular function and extensive cardiac fibrosis. Using this model, they examined the feasibility of using a cytidine base editor to install Exon Skipping and rescue the dystrophic cardiomyopathy in vivo. A single dose administration of an Adenovirus 9EtAm, instituted over 50% targeted Exon Skipping in the Chengdu muscular dystrophy transcripts and restored up to 90% dystrophin in the heart. And as a result, early ventricular remodeling was prevented and cardiac and skeletal muscle function were improved, leading to an increased lifespan of the mice. Despite gradual decline of the Adenovirus vector and base editor expression, the dystrophin restoration and pathophysiological rescue of muscular dystrophy lasted for at least a year. And so this technique really has the potential to be applied to monogenic human diseases, to modulate Exon Skipping or inclusion. Isn't that cool? Dr. Greg Hundley: Absolutely, Carolyn. Beautifully explained. Dr. Carolyn Lam: Well, let me end by sharing what else is in today's issue. There's a Perspective piece by Dr. Alexander on “Chest Pain Redux: Updated and Patient Centered.” There is an In Depth paper by Dr. Kroemer on NAD plus metabolism in cardiac health, aging and disease. And there's a Research Letter by Dr. Shepherd on sudden death in female athletes, with insights from a large regional registry in the United Kingdom. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very good, Carolyn. What a great issue. Now, how about we get to that feature discussion? Dr. Carolyn Lam: Let's go, Greg. Dr. Greg Hundley: Welcome listeners to our feature discussion today on this November 30th. And we have with us Dr. Cecilia Bahit from Rosario, Argentina and our own associate editor, Dr. Graeme Hankey from Perth, Australia to talk to us about a paper pertaining to Atrial Fibrillation. Welcome to you both, and Cecilia, we'll start with you. Could you describe for us a little bit of the background information that went into formulating your study, and then what hypothesis did you want to address? Dr. Cecilia Bahit: Thank you for the invitation. So we all know that embolic stroke of undetermined source, which is called ESUS isn't just a subset of cryptogenic stroke, and is associated with stroke recurrence about 3-6% per year. And on the other hand, we know that continuous cardiac monitoring in this patient population shows that atrial fibrillation can be detected between 10% at six months or 30% at three years. So the underlying atrial fibrillation may be a mechanism for the recurrent thromboembolic stroke in this patient population. So we know that prior studies have identified some predictors of atrial fibrillation in these patients. And if we are able to identify which patients could benefit from cardiac monitoring and have a higher yield to detect atrial fibrillation, we could do a better job at treating them. So, that was our idea behind the paper. So using the RE-SPECT ESUS trial, which was a trial that included patient with ESUS stroke and were randomized to the bigger trend versus Aspirin, we look at predictors of atrial fibrillation unassociated regarding stroke. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. And so, now was this a sub-study here and maybe define for us a little bit, your study design and specific study population. Dr. Cecilia Bahit: So this was a secondary analysis of a randomized clinical trial that as mentioned it was not a sub-study, it was a secondary analysis. We thought all along to do it because of the interest of the clinical question. We look at the total patient population was 5,390 patients. And we looked at those patients who developed atrial fibrillation during the 19 months of follow-up. And it was 7.5%, 403 patients developed atrial fibrillation. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very good. And what were your results? Dr. Cecilia Bahit: So, as I mentioned, we saw that 7.5% of our patient population developed atrial fibrillation during the follow-up. And we know those patients were older, were like, have higher morbidities, and we assessed, we did an one variable analysis and then a multi-variable analysis, trying to identify predictors for atrial fibrillation. And for our model, we identified different predictors, older age, hypertension, lack of diabetes, and higher body mass index, were independent predictors of atrial fibrillation. So the patients who have atrial fibrillation have a higher recurrence of stroke, it was 7.2 versus four, compared to those that did not have atrial fibrillation. Dr. Cecilia Bahit: So I think there's an important part, that 20% of the patient population of the overall trial, this is a little more than a thousand patients, had NT-prob measure at baseline. And when we included this biomarker into the model, only older age and NT-prob were independent predictors of atrial fibrillation. In addition, even though this was not the objective of this analysis, we look at the treatment effect of the bigger trend. And even though we saw that there was a statistical benefit of the bigger trend versus Aspirin in the higher group of these in our score, the overall treatment effect was not there. So we couldn't assess the fact that the bigger trend was better compared to Aspirin in patient with atrial fibrillation, but of course the numbers were very small. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very good. Thank you so much for that wonderful description. And Graeae, now we'll turn to you as associate editor for us at Circulation, and also the editorialist on this particular paper. What caught your attention about this particular study and the results from the many papers that really come across your desk. Dr. Graeme Hankey: Thank you, Greg. And congratulations to Cecilia and her RE-SPECT ESUS colleagues. I mean, this is a landmark study, the RE-SPECT ESUS study, and just to go back, embolic stroke of undetermined source is really common. About one in four ischemic strokes, we don't know the cause of, and it's one of the major subtypes of cryptogenic stroke is an embolic ischemic stroke in which the source could have come from the heart or the aortic arch or the carotids. And we're not really sure. And we think that some of these patients have occult atrial fibrillation, but we can't pick it up at the time. So one way is to try and monitor them with prolonged ECG monitoring. And another way is to actually treat them with anticoagulation because we know that, that's more effective in people with cardio embolic stroke. And so RE-SPECT ESUS and NAVIGATE ESUS used the latter strategy and said, let's see if treating people with ESUS with anticoagulation is more effective than antiplatelet therapy. Dr. Graeme Hankey: And both studies were not significant in terms of showing that Dabigatran or Parovarian for NAVIGATE ESUS was more effective than antiplatelet therapy. So we're left now with this default that all patients with ESUS just get Aspirin, but we have a hunch that some of them actually have cardiogenic embolism and are being undertreated with Aspirin and need anticoagulation. So it's a heterogeneous entity, but we're treating it homogeneously with a sort of weak antiplatelet. So we want to try and find out who's going to get AF or who's already got it that is occult. And this study is a really great and prospective study with 5,000 patients as Cecilia said, who of whom 7% did develop AF just through annual ECG reporting and just with symptom reporting. And that's probably an under report. You know, if they'd had monitoring, they probably would've found about 20 or 30% would've developed AF during that time of 19 months follow up. Dr. Graeme Hankey: And it's the first study to really then show that not just the AF people had a higher stroke rate, but in that group who they predicted to be at high risk of AF with older age and the NT-prob, that the high risk group had a significant reduction with Dabigatran versus Aspirin in that high risk group. It's just, when you look for hetero homogeneity or heterogeneity across the risk groups, it wasn't quite significant. And that might be because it's not significant or it might be that study was underpowered to look at those three, across those three risk subgroups. And also it might be a bit confounded because of it, the patients weren't randomized according to their risk status for AF, they were just randomized, whether they had ESUS, so it's further excited us that there might be a subgroup who needs anticoagulation. And that's why the ARCADIA trial is ongoing now, looking at where the people with ESUS who have high risk of AF benefit from a apixaban versus aspirin. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. And so, with these results that we have here, maybe come back to Cecilia, what do you think would be the next series of studies that needs to be performed in this area of research? Dr. Cecilia Bahit: Well, there's one side that's ongoing as Dr. Hankie mentioned, but I think we should be able to identify which patients have a higher risk of atrial fibrillation and those patients who use cardiac monitoring for long term to identify atrial fibrillation and to treat properly. So I think that would be key in this area. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very nice. And Graeae, what are your thoughts? Dr. Graeme Hankey: Yes. Well, one way is to have our ESUS patients have prolonged ECG monitoring by implantable loop recorders, for example, and then those who develop AF randomizing them to anticoagulation versus antiplatelet therapy. Although if they declare themselves with AF they're usually just go straight onto anticoagulation therapy. So the burning question is, in these people with ESUS who haven't declared themselves as AF, but have predictors of AF like those shown in RESPECT ESUS, like older age, high blood pressure, high BMI ,prob, and perhaps echo features, like left atrial size or ECG features like lots of premature atrial contractions or P wave of abnormalities. Dr. Graeme Hankey: Are these, the subgroups or even LV dysfunction, are these subgroups who need to be more specifically targeted in a randomized trial rather than the whole group of ESUS. And also with longer follow up. NAVIGATE ESUS stopped after 11 months. The bigger RESPECT ESUS stopped after a median follow up of 16 months and the curves were diverging. Maybe with five years follow up, a lot of these people would've developed AF and would've benefited from longer term anticoagulation, but the trials were stopped early, because there wasn't a signal of benefit and there was an early risk of bleeding with anticoagulation. Dr. Greg Hundley: Very good. Well listeners, this has been a really interesting study and we want to thank Cecilia and Graeme for sharing results of the RESPECT ESUS study, highlighting that, in patients with embolic stroke of undetermined source, atrial fibrillation occurs and is a possible source of this stroke, and then also older age, and elevation of NT-prob can be associated with development of atrial fibrillation, subsequent to that stroke event. Dr. Greg Hundley: Well listeners, we want to wish you a great week. And on behalf of Carolyn and myself, look forward to catching you next week on The Run. This program is copyright of the American Heart Association, 2021. The opinions expressed by speakers in this podcast are their own and not necessarily those of the editors or of the American Heart Association. For more visit ahajournals.org.
Chronic low back pain is a very common health problem and there are many relevant reviews in the Cochrane Library. A new review, of nearly 250 studies of the effects of exercise, was added to the Library in September 2021. Toby Lasserson, Deputy Editor in Chief of the Library spoke with lead author, Jill Hayden from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada about the review and its findings.
"God gave us two ears and one mouth for a reason."~Frank's mom From Psychology Today, "Interrupting implies that you deem your words more worthy than the remainder of what the other person has to say. People will view you as not having the self-discipline to avoid being rude and egotistical." In this episode:The evolution of interrupting and the role of technologyThe reasons why we interruptLack of self-awarenessFear of forgettingDesire to prove expertiseCompetitivenessSocial norms ("Everyone else is doing it.")Tactics to control yourself if you have this problemHow to deal with an interrupter
I explain why you shouldn't kill yourself, a value about yourself that you might not notice, some considerations and things we can do when we feel like giving up. There is a better way than suicide, we just need to find it!Topics:A new answer to the question: Why shouldn't I kill myself?Weighing options offers a clear answer.Death reveals itself to us, Living offers chance and hope and unknown.Curiosity plays a part.Something you're NOT seeing right now.Don't believe the LIE that you are ALONE.You're right, I AM EMOTIONAL.Concept of Refocusing.You've won this battle before, you can do it again.From "I have to..." to "I GET to...".Go to work as a human being.Your gift of perspective.Make sure it takes a long time to be killed.LIKE TO SUPPORT THE SHOW, SMALL BUSINESS, AND YOURSELF? Please visit our affiliates for even more support!The Healthy PlaceVisit findyourhealthyplace.com for all your natural supplement needs! Vitamins, proteins, CBD, pre-workouts, recovery, snacks, beauty products, toiletries, chocolates...you name it!Use code: VICTORY for 30% off & Free Shipping! (USA only)Wild Theory CBDCheck out wildtheory.com for some amazing CBD products!Use code: VICTORY for 30% off & Free Shipping! (USA only)Please consider donating, buying merch or simply sending a message!Instagram: @chronicvictorypodcastEmail: email@example.comYoutube: Chronic VictoryPatreon: Chronic VictoryRedbubble: Chronic VictoryMusic Credits:Ataraxia By AERØHEADhttps://soundcloud.com/aerohead Music provided by https://www.plugnplaymusic.netRPM99Aggressive Epic RockNo copyright musicThe Healthy Place Support the podcast & an awesome small business! Go to findyourhealthyplace.com - use code: victoryWild Theory CBD Support the podcast..farmers..small business & yourself! Go to wildtheory.com and use code: victoryWild Theory CBD Check out wildtheory.com for all your CBD needs and use code: victoryDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/chronicvictory)
For men, testosterone is important for mood, bone health, erectile function, libido, strength and muscle mass and is also associated with lower levels of inflammatory markers, better insulin sensitivity, and metabolic health. It also may even have some vasodilatory effects, and higher testosterone levels are also associated with better health outcomes in general and lower cardiovascular, cancer, and all-cause mortality. Unfortunately, It looks like testosterone levels in the population are dropping, although more isn't necessarily better. On this podcast, NBT Scientific Director Megan Hall and I are talking about testosterone: why we should care about it, how to test for it, and how to support healthy levels of this hormone. Megan discusses signs and symptoms of low testosterone and seven different lifestyle changes you can make to support optimal levels - before you even consider taking a supplement. We also talk about hormone replacement therapy, who might benefit, and some of the downsides to this strategy. For all the references and a detailed roadmap of everything we discuss, be sure to follow along with Megan's outline for this podcast. Here's the outline of this episode with Megan Hall: [00:00:24] Testosterone: Why you should care. [00:01:49] Megan's outline for this podcast. [00:02:46] Optimal reference range for Testosterone. [00:03:51] Symptoms of low testosterone. [00:04:25] Testing for testosterone. [00:07:02] High testosterone is associated with violent crime. Study: Dabbs Jr, James M., et al. "Testosterone, crime, and misbehavior among 692 male prison inmates." Personality and individual Differences 18.5 (1995): 627-633. [00:07:32] Book: Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst, by Robert Sapolsky. [00:08:22] The testosterone suppression system. [00:08:35] Book: The WEIRDest People in the World, by Joseph Henrich. [00:10:13] Book: Mothers and Others: The Evolutionary Origins of Mutual Understanding, by Sarah Blaffer Hrdy. [00:12:02] Testosterone physiology; troubleshooting by testing LS and FSH. [00:14:38] Varicocele - the enlargement of veins within the testicles - common amongst athletes. [00:16:31] Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG) [00:19:44] How to support testosterone levels. [00:20:41] 4-Quadrant Model; Josh Turknett's AHS talk: How To Win At Angry Birds: The Ancestral Therapeutic Paradigm - AHS19. [00:20:55] Josh Turknett on the NBT podcast: How to Win at Angry Birds: The Ancestral Paradigm for a Therapeutic Revolution [00:21:11] Sleep; Greg Potter on the podcast talking about sleep: Why Sleep Is Critical for Immune Health, How to Entrain Your Circadian Rhythm for Perfect Sleep and Metabolic Health, Better Sleep for Athletes, and What to Do When You Can't Sleep. [00:21:33] Sleep deprivation decreases testosterone; Study: Leproult, Rachel, and Eve Van Cauter. "Effect of 1 week of sleep restriction on testosterone levels in young healthy men." Jama 305.21 (2011): 2173-2174 and Gonzalez-Santos, M. R., et al. "Sleep deprivation and adaptive hormonal responses of healthy men." Archives of andrology 22.3 (1989): 203-207. [00:22:26] Greg Potter's articles on sleep: 1. Having trouble sleeping? A primer on insomnia and how to sleep better 2. Sleep-maintenance insomnia: how to sleep through the night 3. Sleep-onset insomnia: how to get to sleep fast. [00:22:37] Stress; Chronic stress in particular, more so than acute stress. [00:24:54] Podcast: How to Manage Stress, with Simon Marshall, PhD. [00:25:09] Eating sufficient calories. [00:26:13] Podcast with Herman Pontzer: How We Really Burn Calories, Lose Weight, and Stay Healthy. [00:27:57] Nutrient deficiencies: zinc, magnesium, vitamin D. [00:29:30] Cholesterol and dietary fat. [00:30:51] Exercise. [00:33:32] Within day energy availability can negatively impact the testosterone:cortisol ratio; Study: Torstveit, Monica Klungland, et al. "Within-day energy deficiency and metabolic perturbation in male endurance athletes." International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism 28.4 (2018): 419-427. [00:34:59] Testosterone suppression - a dysfunction or a normal adaptation to training? Study: Sansone, Andrea, et al. "Sport, doping and male fertility." Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology 16.1 (2018): 1-12. [00:37:02] Book: Move Your DNA: Restore Your Health Through Natural Movement, by Katy Bowman. [00:39:00] Environmental toxins: estrogens, cigarette smoking and alcohol. [00:40:16] Herbs and supplements to consider. [00:43:40] Pituitary tumours, TBI and concussion. [00:44:36] Testosterone Replacement Therapy. [00:48:59] Join our group program to get a blood test, bloodsmart.ai report, and 4 group coaching sessions.
Madiha Saeed is on a mission as the Holistic Mom to help children live healthier, happier, more mindful lives. Learn about the inflammation epidemic that is afflicting children today and what we as parents can do to help our children make more rational, healthy decisions by choosing nutrient-rich foods, focusing on gratitude and optimism, and creating a home environment where they can thrive. [0:40] What can we do as parents to raise mindful and resilient children with a combination of functional medicine and parenting? That's the question that Madiha's new book tries to answer. [1:25] Because of widespread chronic inflammation, children are unable to make rational decisions today which are resulting in a number of societal issues. [3:10] Madiha's mission began after seeing her newborn child struggle to simply breathe. She started her journey of self-healing and put those lessons into practice to help her children as well. [5:35] Chronic disease has quadrupled amongst children since the 1960s. Now 1 out of 2 American children has a chronic health condition. By 2025, the projection is that 80% of children will be diagnosed with a chronic health condition. ADHD has increased 167% and by current projections 1 in 4 children will be diagnosed with autism by 2033. [8:35] By understanding the why and the what, we can understand the root cause of suffering, which is that our children are living unbalanced lives. The decisions children make every day are determined by their brain, and studies have shown that inflammation reduces the connection between the prefrontal cortex and amygdala, both of which are needed to make rational decisions. [10:30] During a research study, they found that children with behavioral issues had high levels of key inflammatory markers. Inflammation can impact babies in the womb. Society lives unbalanced lives and the chronic inflammation that comes as a result is passed from mother to child. [12:30] Endocrine disruptors have been found to be closely linked to inflammation, hormone imbalances, and gender confusion that we are seeing now. Medications that were commonly prescribed to pregnant women in the past decades are being found to have multi-generational impacts and increased suffering. [16:10] There are thousands of chemicals that are released on a regular basis and we have no idea what their long-term impacts are. BPA is a common culprit that is found in most plastics, including baby bottles. [18:00] We need to be more mindful of what is going into our children's bodies and what they are wearing. As parents, we need to empower our children to make positive changes to their daily lifestyles and improve the future. [21:00] Our consumer choices matter. Science has proven that gratitude and optimism strengthen the link between the prefrontal cortex and the amygdala and improves overall health and wellbeing. [22:15] When a child has a chronic health condition, it can become hard to focus on anything else, but if you can shift the focus to the lessons they can learn and what is going right in their lives, it can help them optimize their brain, body, and health simply by reducing the overall stress level. [23:20] Devices and social media are addicting for children. We need to incorporate stress management practices like nature and physical play to balance out their daily routine. [24:55] There is a direct connection between our gut and our brain. The microbiome is vital to helping a child's brain develop fully and reduce inflammation. Nutrients regulate every single chemical reaction in a child's body. [26:25] Madiha uses a diet framework that starts with vegetables, proteins, and healthy fats. Make it easy and fun for your children to eat healthy food and teach them at a young age how it helps them keep their hormones in balance. [28:10] During the pandemic, diabetes has doubled in children. [28:55] Unfortunately, children today are deficient in a number of nutrients, and this causes a cascade of health issues. Madiha typically begins supplementing with vitamin D, fish oil, and probiotics. [32:10] The more kids can enjoy the process and participate in creating the healthy food they need, the more they will consume. [33:30] Mindfulness shows us how best to respond at many different levels at once. It allows children to have the perspective they need to live a healthy life. [35:20] The Holistic Rx is meant for anyone taking care of children who wants direction on how to live a mindful and healthy life. It centers around the child's health and diet, and how to help them recover from inflammation, insulin resistance, and more. 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I discuss some of my personal experiences with supernatural occurrences to share what I learned from them. You can read and study something as much as you want, but until you go through and experience it, you won't fully understand it, because we don't know what we don't know. Topics:Observational truth VS Personal Truth.Unexplained things.Blind VS Bold faith.Things that exist that we cannot see.4th Dimension.We don't know what we don't know!No frame of reference and people won't understand you...Material world VS Spiritual world.Spiritual Warfare.Demon story.What does it take for something to become real to you?Face of Christ story.Owl story.Acceptance.Questions & Realizations.LIKE TO SUPPORT THE SHOW, SMALL BUSINESS, AND YOURSELF? Please visit our affiliates for even more support!The Healthy PlaceVisit findyourhealthyplace.com for all your natural supplement needs! Vitamins, proteins, CBD, pre-workouts, recovery, snacks, beauty products, toiletries, chocolates...you name it!Use code: VICTORY for 30% off & Free Shipping! (USA only)Wild Theory CBDCheck out wildtheory.com for some amazing CBD products!Use code: VICTORY for 30% off & Free Shipping! (USA only)Please consider donating, buying merch or simply sending a message!Instagram: @chronicvictorypodcastEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgYoutube: Chronic VictoryPatreon: Chronic VictoryRedbubble: Chronic VictoryMusic Credits:Ataraxia By AERØHEADhttps://soundcloud.com/aerohead Music provided by https://www.plugnplaymusic.netKeys of Moon Musichttps://soundcloud.com/keysofmoon Music provided by https://www.plugnplaymusic.netThe Healthy Place Support the podcast & an awesome small business! Go to findyourhealthyplace.com - use code: victoryWild Theory CBD Support the podcast..farmers..small business & yourself! Go to wildtheory.com and use code: victoryLit Beard Company A Wisconsin-based, Veteran-owned beard company.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/chronicvictory)
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It's hard to Live a Fantastic Life if you suffer from physical health problems like sleep apnea or chronic pain. Today Dr. Lycka is devoting time to the treatment of many physical health issues by bringing in an expert. Dr. David Shirazi relieves his patients discomfort in numerous ways. Do suffer from Migraines? Sleep Apnea? […] The post Treating Chronic Facial Pain appeared first on WebTalkRadio.net.
There are more neurons in the gut than in the spinal cord. WHAT?! Dr Katja Kovacic is a pediatric gastroenterologist who specializes in the gut-brain connection especially through the perspective of the autonomic nervous system. She discusses the complex and difficult to treat functional gut disorders including IBS, cyclic vomiting syndrome, gastroparesis and chronic abdominal pain. Her experience is extensive. She describes the symptoms that come along with these conditions and some of the testing to diagnose these conditions. We then spend the second half of the show discussing treatment options. Dr Kovacic starts with a simple listing of some of the medication options (many for migraine and mood) and then we go deep into neuromodulation options. These can be vagal stimulators, deep brain stimulators, and sacral and tibial neuromodulation. We then turn our attention to the IBStim, an auricular (ear) neuromodulator that is FDA approved for IBS. Dr Kovacic shares her experience with hundreds of patients in clinic and in research. Our last device discussion is about the Safe & Sound Protocol which is acoustic neuromodulation (music therapy) based on Steven Porges work evolving the Polyvagal Theory. Finally, we review how hypermobile disorders, including Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, are inherently linked to altered autonomic activity with 90% of patients suffering from severe gut dysfunction- this is where the research is going next, and she describes a number of the studies being run through her clinic at the University of Wisconsin. These are incredible common but ultimately complex conditions being blown open by Dr Kovacic's unique approach for understanding, diagnosing, treatments and research into these neurogastroenterologic conditions. Listen and learn. Find more about Dr Kovacic & see some of her other lectures: https://childrenswi.org/physician-directory/k/kovacic-katja-k
Today, I am lucky to have here with me, a specialist in Weight Management and Bariatric Surgery for adults and adolescents, Dr. Robert Cywes. He has been doing bariatric surgery for 18 years, performing over 8,000 surgeries. This is an episode that originally aired on March 2020, and it was so good we decided to re-release it here today. Dr. Cywes' medical training began in Cape Town, South Africa, where he received his medical degree from The University of Cape Town. In 1989, Dr. Cywes moved to North America and completed a year-long residency in Pediatric Surgery at Ohio State University's Columbus Children's Hospital. After completing his pediatric surgery fellowship at the University of Michigan's C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, Dr. Cywes was appointed as an Assistant Professor of Pediatric and Fetal Surgery at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee where he did hepatic stem cell research. During this time, Dr. Cywes became increasingly interested in adolescent obesity and the impact of the liver and metabolic syndrome on young patients. Dr. Cywes' research led to a comprehensive understanding of the toxicity of chronic excessive carbohydrate consumption as the primary cause of obesity and so-called obesity-related co-morbidities, and he became interested in developing a clinical program to treat obese patients using this knowledge. Dr. Cywes relocated to Jacksonville, Florida where he joined the Department of Pediatric Surgery at the Nemours Children's Clinic and Wolfson Children's Hospital. This led to a national meeting in Jacksonville where guidelines for adolescent obesity surgery were established. Dr. Cywes established JSAPA to continue his work in both adolescent and adult obesity treatment and surgery, and in 2013 opened a practice in Palm Beach County, Florida. He now works with a highly experienced team of professionals from a variety of medical sub-specialties to better care for obese patients. He has developed the practice into an internationally recognized Center of Excellence for obesity surgery. The practice uses a cognitive behavioral therapy approach that addresses carbohydrate addiction, along with bariatric surgery, to help patients manage their obesity long term. In this episode, Dr. Cywes opens the show discussing the correlation between carbohydrates and toxic drugs. Our bodies do not need to run on sugar; our bodies prefer a keto lifestyle. Also, Dr. Cywes explains effective methods of treating diabetes and what's wrong with conventional treatments. Stay tuned, as Dr. Cywes discusses dopamine fasting, serotonin loading, and how our feedback controls for survival work. BiOptimizers Special November Deal: www.magnesiumbreakthrough.com/ketokamp and use code ketokamp to get your discount and free gifts today!
Danny is in the process of adopting a puppy, and while we aren't usually over-thinkers, this time feels different. So how do we overcome it? Wether it's what to eat for dinner or quitting your soul-crushing job, overthinking and indecision hurts. Protecting yourself from making the “wrong” decision isn't going to prevent any pain. So trust your gut, and trust yourself to handle whatever comes your way. Uncertainty is harder than the wrong decision [6:49] Your gut instinct is usually right [10:31] No decision is permanent [14:00] Trust yourself to handle whatever comes your way [17:57] The pain of indecision hurts more than getting it “wrong” [22:45] Indecision as procrastination [26:45] Old traumas affect how we make decisions [30:41] thehappinessdiet.com Get 20% OFF Organifi products at organifi.com using code ‘thebestlife' Don't forget to leave us a review and subscribe so you never have to miss an episode! Comments and questions can also be sent to email@example.com, and you can head to thebestlifepodcast.com to join our Facebook Group. FOLLOW US ON IG: @TheBestLifePodcast FOLLOW JILL: @jillfit FOLLOW DANNY J: @dannyjdotcom You can also follow us on Facebook @Jill Coleman @Danny-J
— It takes strength and courage to turn inwards and look at your distress and suffering. It also takes dedication and wisdom to take action to alleviate the suffering. Chronic pain is a huge problem. It is estimated that between one third and one half of the adult population in the UK live with pain. In turn, many people struggle to manage their pain; they report that it affects nearly every aspect of their lives, and that they feel held captive by it. Furthermore, the emotional impact of pain has been increasingly recognized, and it is recommended that treatments for chronic pain no longer rely on medication alone. However, it is difficult to find relatable, easy-to-understand information on the non-medical aspects of pain management. Dr Nicola Sherlock has a holistic view of pain. She looks at a different aspect of pain management, from the benefits of mindfulness meditation to overcoming a fear of exercise to strategies for improving sleep. Valeria Teles interviews Dr. Nicola Sherlock — the author of “Master Your Chronic Pain: A Practical Guide.” Dr. Nicola Sherlock is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist. She obtained her Master's degree in health psychology in 1996 and completed her doctorate training in clinical psychology in 2000. She has a long-standing interest in the impact of physical health problems on psychological well-being and have dedicated most of her professional life to working with people who are experiencing physical health problems and emotional distress. She wrote her self-book book ‘Master Your Chronic Pain: A Practical Guide' to empower people who live with chronic pain. Her book adopts a holistic view of pain which each chapter covering a different aspect of pain management. The emotional impact of pain is discussed, and practical tips for managing stress, worry and low mood are given. This book uses principles from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) which has been established as a highly effective therapeutic approach in the management of chronic pain. To learn more about Dr. Nicola Sherlock and her work, please visit: bennionkearny.com — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.
We had our second game night and giggled like we were broken at the silly questions on All Bad Cards. Shenanigans were had, champions were crowned, it was beautiful. Ladies and germs join us live one day and join us for a game even from the audience one day on game night over on my channel Fumidor and the Flavors on Youtube! Come say hi and stay a while. Don't forget to check out my website www.fumidoro.com and use the coupon code THECOOKIE for 15% off Cheers my friends puff something wonderful
Bryan's joined by Unkoded for the 123rd edition of the V Podcast to celebrate the release of their Selection Box EP. In addition to Unkoded, we have new music from the likes of Simple Souls, Voltage, Break, The Sauce, Alibi and many more amazing producers and vocalists. As always you can email your thoughts or shoutouts to firstname.lastname@example.org 01. Simplification - Forever ft. Blak (Villem Remix) 02. Simple Souls and Kodan - Closer 03. Simple Souls and Kodan - Waves 04. Carlito - Untitled 05. Zar - Autumn Days ft. Duskee, Visionobi and Phoebe Freya 06. Illmatika, Sherona Knight and Maverick Soul - Oshun 07. Collette Warren and Dunk - Black Rainbow (DJ Marky Remix) 08. LSB and DRS - High As She (Break Remix) 09. Rain (SWV Bootleg) 10. Zero T - In My Ear ft. Aaliyah Esprit 11. Beat Merchants - Killa ft. Sherona Knight 12. Dreamer - L Side Remix - Emba and B Cee 13. DJ Andy and Acuna - Always On My Mind 14. Alibi - Musihertz feat. Sofi Mari VIP 15. Bou and High Contrast - Don't Need You 16. Paul T and Edward Oberon - Limitless Soul - Unkoded Catch Up - 17. Paul T and Edward Oberon and Serum - Strange Days ft. Blak 18. Profile and Traumatize - Don Dada (Voltage Remix) 19. Voltage - Hornz 20. Parly B x L Side - Galang 21. Beat Merchants - Profile ft. Dan-I 22. Kenny Ken and Beat Merchants - Riddim Up (Jungle Mix) 23. Suv and Dr Meaker - Fire feat. Paul Charles (Bladerunner Dub Mix) 24. Break and The Sauce - Gun Finger 25. Level 2 - Hot Foot 26. MC Fats and Command Strange - Brand New Style (L-Side Remix) 27. Alibi - Moore's Law 28. Paul T and Edward Oberon - The Music Is To Blame ft. 2Shy MC
Chronic complainers are never satisfied. And they rationalize, “Well I'll quit complaining when everything is just right....when everything is perfect.” In today's episode, Gene encourages us to let go of our dissatisfaction and thank God for the endless blessings He has given us.
If you're new to this whole Chronic thing, there is something you need the low down on: nutrition. Now, I am absolutely certain that everyone and their second cousin has told you - Oh, my so and so had something like that and they did (fill in the blank) and got better! Those fill in the blank things are usually gluten free, dairy free, sugar free… maybe an essential oil combination, or of course yoga! I am not telling you at all that these things can't help. Of course they can. They help pretty much anyone who utilizes them at different levels... but when you have a chronic illness, everything is different. Here's what you need to know! Follow me on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/fightlikeamama
Christine Rich is an award-winning marketing executive, retired spin instructor, speaker, mentor, mama, advocate, and author.She is passionate about raising awareness about the intersection of chronic illness and mental health and advocating for better support for patients and physicians.She serves on the board of directors of the Northeast Ohio Crohn's & Colitis Foundation, is a support group facilitator and also volunteers on the national Crohn's & Colitis Foundation's Patient Advisory Task Force.Imagine the collective power if every person with a chronic illness spoke candidly about how mental and emotional health affects their physical symptoms.I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease at a young age and spent many years trying to hide from and deny the fear, anger, and sadness I felt because of my illness. I recently published a book called "Chronic" about how a serious health scare in my late twenties caused me to reevaluate and change her focus to wellness and self-love rather than illness and fear.Through raw and personal stories and insights, I share my journey of living with and befriending my less-than-glamorous, often times invisible, chronic illness called Crohn's disease.These insights include:How women insist they're “fine” even when they aren't.Why physicians should consistently discuss mental health with their patients.What the power of radical acceptance and self-love can provide.Chronic encourages readers to shift their perspective of chronic illness from one of shame or fear to one of acceptance and love. Throughout her book, I give readers reasons to feel empowered and to know they are not alone.Connect with Christine:Instagram: @christinerich_authorWebsite: www.christinemrich.comAmazon: https://www.amazon.com/Chronic-Christine-M-Rich/dp/1636764827/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=chronic+christine+rich&qid=1633886322&sr=8-1________________________This Episode is sponsored by: That's why the BC Schizophrenia Society has launched a brand new podcast, called Look Again, Mental Illness Re-examined. Host Faydra Aldridge talks to doctors, families, and people with lived experience about how to recognize mental illness, and the specific treatments that can help. Check it out. They'll really challenge you to“look again” at what you think you know about mental illness. Support the show (https://www.patron.com/findyourrare)
Dr. Sherrill Sellman, N.D. is a Naturopathic Doctor, educator, women's natural health expert, psychotherapist, and journalist in the field of holistic health. Today she is here with us to share about a problem many women face called vaginal dryness. She is a passionate advocate for regaining hormonal health naturally and reclaiming Feminine Wisdom. For the past 15 years, she has been the host of the podcast, What Women MUST Know. She now hosts a second weekly podcast called The Love Code, dedicated to interviewing spiritual wisdom keepers and teachers. Dr. Sherrill is the best-selling author of Hormone Heresy: What Women MUST Know About Their Hormones, What Women MUST Know to Protect Their Daughters from Breast Cancer, and Chia: The Return of the Ancient Seed. Her latest book is Hemp Health Revolution: The A-Z Health Benefits of Hemp Extract. Listen in to this episode as Dr. Sherrill discusses a topic many women may be shy to speak about - vaginal dryness (aka vaginal atrophy). According to Dr. Sherrill women shouldn't have to suffer in silence. Vaginal atrophy can be treated naturally and successfully. As a solution to this issue, Dr. Sherrill has created a vaginal suppository called Hygeena. It is the most effective non-hormonal vaginal rejuvenation product in the world. Above all, vaginal atrophy isn't just uncomfortable it can be detrimental to your overall health. Chronic vaginal dryness can lead to other issues and diseases like UTIs and STDs. Importantly, this is something that shouldn't be ignored. It is important to get the support you need if you have vaginal atrophy. Additionally, as a free gift to our listeners, you can now get a Buy One Get One Free offer of Hygeena when you visit Dr. Sellman's site HERE.
Welcome back to our weekend Cabral HouseCall shows! This is where we answer our community's wellness, weight loss, and anti-aging questions to help people get back on track! Check out today's questions: Andrea: I had a question for you based on the health plan you provided me back on 4/7. after completing my metals test. Before I could follow-out this plan of detoxes/metals detox, I had lots of abnormal symptoms begin so I had to see my functional medicine doctor. She performed multiple additional tests and long story short, I was recently diagnosed with SIBO, colon bacteria overgrowth, +e-coli, low sIgA, chronic UTIs, and inflammation/elevated CRP. So in addition to the supplements I normally take, I am now also taking the supplements/herbs (attached) for 3 months. Then the plan would be to complete a general detox and metals detox. The problem is we are trying to get pregnant as soon as we are able to (after this 3 month SIBO treatment plan). So in order to also complete a detox and metals detox, I was curious if I'd be able to complete Dr Calbral's general and metals detox while I am taking the attached supplements? Or must I wait til I'm done with these before starting the detoxes? I noticed the metals detox is 6 weeks and wasn't sure if there is a shorter version of this too? Thanks! Katie: Hi Dr. Cabral! What can you share about vasomotor rhinitis? My allergy doctor believes I have it as my normal allergy symptoms have gotten so much better after many protocols, but I still suffer from one odd symptom - the feeling that my nostrils are inflamed and small, making it hard to get air in through my nose. I frequently end up taking sharp sniffs to get enough air through my nose. There are no other symptoms of this aside from occasional throat (and then chest) pain from being so tense trying to get air in. What can I do to overcome this naturally? Thanks for all you do! Jessi: Hi. Thank you for all that you do, Im new to the podcast, I had one issue (im not 100% sure you answered already i tried to look it up on past podcast, but wasn't able to find anything. My question is of 2 1.) I think every night or a lot of nights I wake up with a tight jaw, I once woke up at 3am and i noticed I had my jaw Clenched, not sure why or if its even a health issue, or mental. 2.) Ever since i can remember I've always only had one nostril working. some times it switches, mostly is my right nostril that gets stuffed or can't breath through it. If you can shed some light on this id appreciate it. Maggie: Hi Dr. Cabral. I am a huge fan of your podcasts and try to follow your advice as much as I can. I have struggled with chronic pelvic pain and inflammation in my lower abdomen for about 9 years. I have had ultrasounds, a CT scan, a cystoscopy, physical therapy, botox injections, antidepressants, was put back on birth control in case it was endometriosis, you name it, I have done it. The pain/inflammation started while I was on a course of metronidazole. Ever since then, I have had recurring yeast infections, white coating on the tongue, depression/anxiety worsened, brain fog and just overall feeling more fatigued and feeling like my immune system isn't as strong as it was pre-pain. After listening to your podcasts I thought it made sense that candida would be the culprit so I am currently on week 5 of the CBO protocol. I have noticed a change in my brain fog, yeast infections, and overall mood, but have had no changes to the constant dull ache and inflammation in my lower abdomen. Do you think that this could possibly be caused by something else? The pain is worse if I worked out recently or tends to be worse at night. I stopped smoking weed as that would make the pain worse, maybe from the change in blood pressure, not sure? Any advice is much appreciated. Thank you so much! James: Hi Doctor Cabral I been diocese diverticulitis and had acute attacked many times over the past 15 years. I have been told to get the operation. I take antibiotics when this happens and know that is also not good for me. However it now is two years since my last attack. I am 65 years old and concerned I may need the operation in later years. How can I prevent it from happening and can I cure it with diet ? I take your supplements especially probiotics. What would you recommend? Trying to avoid an operation and trying to cure it. Alex: Hi Dr. Cabral! I am so thankful for all of the content and energy that you have pushed out for everyone. My question is on shilajit. When you take shilajit, does it break a fast. Thanks again. 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On today's episode, Teresa, Sarah, Anna, and Amanda ask Dr. Lee questions that our listeners have sent in. We discuss pediatric care, feeling vs function, can we adjust people after spinal surgeries, scoliosis, and more! Based in our Greystone Chiropractic studio in Birmingham, AL, Chronic Health podcast aims to discuss all things chiropractic and wellness. Submit questions via email at office@GreystoneChiropractor.com or text 205-981-8090.
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All health starts in your mouth because it's the gateway to your entire body. How can you guard it better? In this episode of the Align Podcast, Biological Dentist Dr. Dominik Nischwitz delves into the profound connection of oral health to our overall health and well-being. With scientific studies proving the origins of chronic diseases in the mouth, Dr. Dome challenges the claims of conventional dentistry that the teeth are separate from the body and explains why the traditional "drill, fill, and bill" dental practice can make things worse. For him, today's world requires a new approach to oral healthcare that fuses advanced technology and natural medicine. If you want to know what causes tooth decay and how to avoid it, how your mouth is connected to the rest of your body, why root canals and amalgam fillings are deadly, and when you should see a biological dentist, this episode is for you! Dr. Dominik Nischwitz is a dentist and naturopath, a world specialist in biological dentistry and ceramic implants, and the president of the International Society of Metal Free Implantology (ISMI). In 2015, he co-founded DNA Health and Aesthetics, Center for Biological Dentistry with his father in Tubingen, Germany. His book, “It All Starts in Your Mouth,” explores the impact of oral health on whole body wellness. What we discuss: 6:00 - What causes cavitation? 11:35 - How the mouth serves as the window into the microbiome 12:58 - What does "chew your water" mean? 17:25 - How are the teeth connected to the central nervous system? 21:20 - What your teeth reveals about your health 23:16 - Why flossing can do more harm than good, and what prevents tooth decay 30:00 - What causes bad breath? 39:20 - How breastfeeding helps the baby's jaw development 43:30 - The relationship of your bite to your spinal posture 1:06:20 - The key to optimal oral health requires a return to nature and ancient strategies 1:09:00 - Why all dentists should be biological dentists Learn more from Dr. Dominik: Instagram: @drdome1 Book: It's All in Your Mouth: Biological Dentistry and the Surprising Impact of Oral Health on Whole Body Wellness Related Links: www.alignpodcast.com/alignmethod for a special discount eatonhemp.com/align and use ALIGN code during checkout to save 20 percent www.magbreakthrough.com/alignpodcast and use ALIGN10 during checkout to save 10 percent.
In this episode, host Dr Amber Luong speaks with Dr Stella Lee. They will discuss article: Relationship between socioeconomic status, exposure to airborne pollutants, and chronic rhinosinusitis disease severity. Read the article in International Forum of Allergy and Rhinology Listen and subscribe for free on Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts and Subscribe on Android.
WATCH THIS NOW:Highlights ~•Trauma, Resilience, and Healing•Unlocking the body for huge, seismic shifts•Treating the source of chronic disease, rather than the symptom•Utilizing holistic & psychological diagnostic methods to determine the strategy of healing for a clientThis episode is about a doctor who heals chronic physical and emotional issues where others cannot. My guest is Dr. Gregory Taran, who is a social scientist and holistic doctor, trained in psychology, behaviorism, sociology, anthropology, ethology, and human behavior. His 2nd degree is in osteo-kinesio-therapy and applied kinesiology with treatment methods such as: osteopractice soft techniques, cranio-sacral therapy, kinesiology, and functional neurology. Gregory worked in the field of neurophysiology with elite athletes, as the physician-healer for Olympic swimmers, judo, and sambo wrestlers. Dr. Taran is well versed in psychotherapy, gestalt therapy, hypnotherapy, psychosomatics, Somatic Experience, New German Medicine, Satori healing, and psycho-kinesiology. He integrates his methods to diagnose and treat patients with chronic diseases, auto-immune illness, medical conditions with unknown etiology, cancer remission and other before-untreatable conditions. His methods have resolved conditions such as: Lupus, IBS, arthritis, colitis, allergies, kidney disease, lymphoma, migraines, and infertility problems. Dr. Taran has eradicated patient's chronic problems with back pain, neck pain, joint, foot, knee, hip, and jaw pain. He has also eliminated the stress related conditions of anxiety, depression, fear, low self-esteem, abandonment, resentment, frustration, disappointment, and suppressed sexuality. To learn more: www.DrTaran.comSubscribe! Leave a review; we read and appreciate them all! Join me on Instagram: @daretodreampodcast and @debbidachingerDebbi Dachinger is a certified coach whose expertise is Visibility in Media. She coaches people to write a page turner book, takes their book to a guaranteed international bestseller, AND pulls back the curtain, so clients have the system to be interviewed on media and podcast and get massive results. Debbi shows people how to find and use media exposure to locate their tribe, fill workshops, sell books, and gain exposure. Connect with Debbi: https://DebbiDachinger.com Get your free Template to learn what YOUR unique message is for your business: https://debbidachinger.com/gift#GregoryTaran #kinesiology #holisticmedicine #Somatic #arthritis #resentment #abandonment #LowSelfEsteem #depression #OsteoPath #Athlete #Cancer #Arthritis #neurophysiology #psychosomatic #Satori #Migraine #AutoImmune #Lupus #Colitis #IBS #pain #Anxiety #TMJ #Infertility #Sexuality #DrGriegoreTaran #DebbiDachinger #DareToDream #interview #podcast #Instagood #instalove #instawork #instapeople #instatime #health #quantum #Book #spiritual #consciousness #metaphysical #et #transformation #meditate #medicine #ceremony #alien #love #beautiful #happy #tbt #followme #nofilter #life #yoga #amazing #FBF #media #podcaster #apple #paranormal #listeningThe show is sponsored by DrDainHeer.com and Access Consciousness
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This week on mindful talk we welcome a special guest, Krishna Dick. Krishna is Misti‘s best friend and has been managing a chronic disease for 9 years. On this episode, Krishna and Misti dive into what it means to be a chronic patient, how mindfulness has impacted Krishna‘s life, how she practices , and small things chronic patients can do to support their mindfulness practice and their disease.You can connect with Krishna online through instagram krishna_morris or facebook Krishna Morris DickFor more on the Mindful Project :Instagram: instagram.com/themindful.projectFacebook : facebook.com/elevatingbusinesscultureWebsite : themindfulproject.coFollow Misti Anderson : Instagram : instagram.com/mistiandersonyoga Facebook : facebook.com/mistiandersonyoga Website : mistiandersonyoga.comFollow Lauren Wessinger : Instagram : instagram.com/laurenwessinger Facebook : facebook.com/lauren.d.wessinger Website : laurenyoga.net
Get notes on this podcast here: https://churchleaders.com/podcast/410547-rick-and-kay-warren-lead-chaos.html Rick and Kay Warren join the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to share practical insights for church leaders on how to sustain ministry during these chaotic, divided times. ► Listen on Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-churchleaders-podcast/id988990685 ChurchLeaders brings you the latest headlines and expert tips on faith, ministry and leading the church. Subscribe to our channel for exclusive content. Visit ChurchLeaders Website: https://churchleaders.com Find ChurchLeaders on Facebook: https://facebook.com/churchleaders Follow ChurchLeaders on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChurchLead Follow ChurchLeaders on Instagram: https://instagram.com/churchlead/ Follow ChurchLeaders on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/churchleaders/
Chronic care conditions are a big part of working in primary care, but they're also complex, time-consuming, and stressful to treat, especially for new nurse practitioners. So this week, we're going to do a walkthrough of how you can conduct these visits, but in a way that that feels timely, organized, and safe!In this video, I touch on the 4 most important steps to take in each chronic care visit:✅ Reconciling medications✅ Assessing the status of their condition✅ Identifying the red flags for the most common chronic care conditions in primary care✅ Determining the extent of specialist careStill feeling overwhelmed by chronic care visits? I've got you covered. We're launching a new chronic care course this fall that helps you get oriented with the most common chronic conditions you see in primary care: diabetes, hypertension, and chronic kidney disease (CKD). Join the waitlist at https://www.realworldnp.com/courses. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Paul Holdengräber is joined by poet D. A. Powell on episode 000 of The Quarantine Tapes. D. A. Powell and Paul dig into film, living through pandemics, inspiration, and so much more on this incredible two-part episode.Powell talks about his experience of the early days of the pandemic and delves into how he approaches writing about grief and loss. They discuss Iris Murdoch, John Cage, Mark Strand, and much more before Powell ends the episode by reading the brilliant poem he wrote back in March of 2020, “Palm Sunday.”D. A. Powell is the author of five collections of poetry, including Chronic, winner of the Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award, and Repast: Tea,Lunch, and Cocktails. Useless Landscape, or A Guide for Boys received the National Book Critics Circle Award in Poetry. He lives in San Francisco.Paul Holdengräber is an interviewer and curator of public curiosity. He is the Founder and Director of Onassis LA (OLA), a center for dialogue. Previously he was the Founder and Director of LIVE from the NYPL, a cultural series at the New York Public Library, where he hosted over 600 events, holding conversations with everyone from Patti Smith to Zadie Smith, Ricky Jay to Jay-Z, Errol Morris to Jan Morris, Wes Anderson to Helen Mirren, Christopher Hitchens to Mike Tyson. He is the host of "A Phone Call From Paul," a podcast for The Literary Hub.
“Sorry.”The word that can range everywhere from a genuine apology to a catchword for when you're not sure what else to say.As empaths + HSPs, it can become too much of a staple in our vocabularies. And that's not too surprising. People-pleasing is a trap that empaths + HSPs can all too easily fall into. After all, you absorb other people's feelings, wants, and needs, so it can be easy to do whatever it takes to keep them happy. And with that comes the chronic apologizing. Chronic apologizing is different from saying sorry when you messed up, did something that hurt someone, etc. This is apologizing for basically everything… the weather, a loved one's bad day that you had nothing to do with, a bad meal at a restaurant, someone else bumping into you, and literally anything else that is out of your control and you had no part in. If you're a people-pleaser, chronic apologizer (or even just a dabbling apologizer), or just want to get more specific on the words you use to apologize, this episode is for you!In this episode we discuss:What chronic apologizing looks like, 4 techniques you can use to stop the broken record of “sorry”,How empaths + HSPs become people-pleasers,Why standing up for your needs and wants is so important,The reason “thank you” is better than “sorry”,How chronic apologizing can minimize the power of your real apology,And more!Support the show (https://buymeacoffee.com/empathup)
Dr Austin Perlmutter, MD is back on the podcast to give us a a complete overhaul of the immune system, inflammation and what we can do to optimise for both.Some types of inflammation are damaging to the body, while others, usually more transient and playing a signaling role, can be beneficial. Chronic inflammation creates reactive oxygen species that damage DNA, cellular proteins, and lipids. This type of inflammation plays a key role in the development of many diseases, including cancer, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes.The immune system is the body's natural defense system. It does not reside in one single part of the body—rather, it is made up of a network of cells, molecules, tissues, and organs working together to protect the body.The most crucial part of this entire podcast?When Austin and I break down the what and the why behind increased inflammation and decreased immunity. We go into strategies and interventions you can use to have a better performing brain and live a healthier life. Find Austin here on Instagram: @austinperlmutter Thank you to our Sponsors:Eight Sleep- get $150 off using code NEUROMUSE - get 10% off using code NEUROYou can follow me or contact me here ---Newsletter: https://bit.ly/3ewI5P0Instagram: thediamondboss_Twitter : louisanicola_Please leave a review on Apple iTunes!The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Neuro Experience podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.
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My guest this week is Dr. Scott Sherr of Integrative Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT). In this episode, Dr. Scott and I discuss Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, the many applications for it, and what to use in conjunction with HBOT for the best success. HBOT can be used for acute and chronic conditions however it should be done with someone who is very experienced in the field because it can have negative effects if the individual isn't yet ready for that type of therapy. HBOT is a treatment that utilizes two things: air/oxygen and pressure. These two factors can be particularly powerful in helping one's body heal and regenerate. Learn more about Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy at hbot.plus/integrativehbot. Dr. Scott Sherr is a Board Certified Internal Medicine Physician Certified in Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) and Health Optimization Medicine (HOMe). He graduated Summa Cum Laude from UCLA as an undergraduate and Magna Cum Laude with Alpha Omega Alpha distinction from the University of Maryland Medical School in Baltimore. Dr. Scott is one of the few HBOT providers in the country that creates personalized treatment plans for patients that include Health Optimization Medicine as its foundation, cutting edge & dynamic HBOT protocols as well as adjunctive technologies, practices, and practitioners. He consults, educates, and advocates for patients worldwide virtually through his website, www.integrativehbot.com. His formal titles include Cofounder of Hbot Plus, COO of Health Optimization Medicine (a nonprofit education company) the USA, COO of Smarter Not Harder, Medical Advisor to the One Hit Away Foundation, and Hospitalist at Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City, CA. Dr. Scott has consulted with clinics and wellness projects around the world including Upgraded Labs Lab (LA), Remedy Place (LA), LMS Wellness (London), and others. Follow Dr.Scott: https://hbot.plus/integrativehbot https://www.instagram.com/drscottsherr/?hl=en Episode Timestamps: [04:50] Dr.Scott's story of how he got started on the path he is on… [11:40] Hyperbaric therapy for chronic health conditions vs acute conditions… [15:20] How hyperbaric therapy works… [20:45] Reactive oxygen species (ROS) and HBOT… [25:00] For people that do not make enough of their own glutathione and antioxidants is it helpful to replace those through supplementation?.. [27:45] Different types of chambers and pressures for different conditions [40:05] Molecular hydrogen in combination with HBOT?.. [49:50] What is the best way to use HBOT?.. [57:17] BPC-157 Stacked with HBOT for optimization?.. Follow Nat: Facebook Facebook Group Instagram Work with Nat: Book Your 20 MInute Optimization Consult Thanks to our Episode Sponsor BiOptimizers. BiOptimizers make the only full-spectrum and most bioavailable Magnesium Supplement on the market called Magnesium Breakthrough – Iuse it every day and every night for brain benefits, to optimize my sleep, and much more. This month is also when they are offering huge discounts and free products on all qualifying orders! Just use my exclusive link: www.magnesiumbreakthrough.com/bionat and use discount code bionat to stock up and SAVE! BioOptimizers is launching their biggest sale of the entire year with a discount and bonus gifts. Visit www.magnesiumbreakthrough.com/bionat and use promo code bionat at checkout. Sponsor offer: go to www.magnesiumbreakthrough.com/bionat and use code bionat for 10% off!
Paul Holdengräber is joined by poet D. A. Powell on episode 219 of The Quarantine Tapes. D. A. Powell and Paul dig into film, living through pandemics, inspiration, and so much more on this incredible two-part episode.Powell talks about his experience of the early days of the pandemic and delves into how he approaches writing about grief and loss. They discuss Iris Murdoch, John Cage, Mark Strand, and much more before Powell ends the episode by reading the brilliant poem he wrote back in March of 2020, “Palm Sunday.”D. A. Powell is the author of five collections of poetry, including Chronic, winner of the Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award, and Repast: Tea,Lunch, and Cocktails. Useless Landscape, or A Guide for Boys received the National Book Critics Circle Award in Poetry. He lives in San Francisco.Paul Holdengräber is an interviewer and curator of public curiosity. He is the Founder and Director of Onassis LA (OLA), a center for dialogue. Previously he was the Founder and Director of LIVE from the NYPL, a cultural series at the New York Public Library, where he hosted over 600 events, holding conversations with everyone from Patti Smith to Zadie Smith, Ricky Jay to Jay-Z, Errol Morris to Jan Morris, Wes Anderson to Helen Mirren, Christopher Hitchens to Mike Tyson. He is the host of "A Phone Call From Paul," a podcast for The Literary Hub.
The guys are divided on whether it's ok to move on to the next track before a song ends completely. Ryan reads scripture... again. Tiler attempts to have a nuanced discussion about the Travis Scott situation, and the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, amongst other topics. "Shameful Admissions" is back, Weekly BookNook (it's the flesh-light again), and Ryan shows his butt... like, the whole thing. They are THOSEGUYSYOUHATE! Support this podcast
Today, I am blessed to have here with me, Dr. Amy Killen. She's Board Certified in Emergency Medicine with 10+ years of direct patient care; Dr. Killen has been practicing Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine for more than five years. Dr. Killen is fellowship-trained in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine through the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and has done extensive additional training in aesthetics, platelet-rich plasma and stem cells, hair restoration, bio-identical hormones, nutrition, fitness, and sexual health. Dr. Killen is the Medical Director of BioRestoration Medical, a busy clinic with a comprehensive, integrative approach to health located in Draper, Utah. She also works at Docere Medical in Park City, Utah, with Dr. Harry Adelson, providing cutting-edge regenerative medical treatments for a host of different conditions. Get Rapid Rebound: https://ketokamprebound.com/ In this episode, Dr. Amy Killen first talks about the contributing factors to stem cell exhaustion. We talk about what happens with our skin as we age and how we can combat some of the consequences of aging. Fasting can be a great way to produce more stem cells; Dr. Killen speaks about getting a healthy balance of autophagy and mTOR. Later, Dr. Killen discusses the importance of anti-aging and reveals why you need to ditch your antiseptic mouthwash. Tune in as we dive into the role of glucose on sexual function, the importance of peptides, and the benefits of red light therapy. Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com -------------------------------------------------------- / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. Upgraded Formulas Hair Mineral Deficiency Analysis & Supplements: http://www.upgradedformulas.com Use BEN10 at checkout for 10% off your order. Paleo Valley beef sticks, apple cider vinegar complex, organ meat complex & more. Use the coupon code KETOKAMP15 over at https://paleovalley.com/ to receive 15% off your entire order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. [00:45] Contributing Factors To Stem Cell Exhaustion Younger people have healthier stem cells. People who are just more just metabolically healthier are going to have healthier stem cells. The sicker you are, the sicker your stem cells are. Stem cells send out signals. As you age, your stem cells won't be able to send out as many signals. Chronic inflammation will also exhaust stem cells. Three major factors contribute to chronic inflammation: Stress Lack of exercise Smoking [03:45] What Is Happening To Our Skin As We Age Damage from the sun is going to cause spots on the skin. Some spots are also hormonal things like melasma, which you can get from hormonal changes. The number one thing you could do for your skin is actually to protect it from the sun. Getting burnt is not good for your skin. Regular sun exposure will cause DNA damage to the skin. Plus, it can contribute to faster aging. Dr. Killen says to put sunscreen on your face. [07:50] Getting A Healthy Balance of Autophagy and mTOR Through Fasting Even with a few hours of fasting, you can start to see increased stem cell production. With longer fasts, you will have more effects systemically on stem cells. With fasting, we see an increase in autophagy and cellular cleanup. The best part of fasting is that it's free! [12:15] Exercise For Anti-Aging: How Often and How Intense Should Your Workouts Be? You need at least three or four days of heavy lifting. Weights are really important for creating hormones like testosterone and growth hormones. Heavy lifting exercises should be at least thirty minutes to an hour. Plus, you should do thirty minutes of aerobic activity a day. [13:20] Antiseptic Mouthwash Is Bad For You: Dr. Killen Explains The Problem Antiseptic mouthwash kills the bacteria in the mouth. When there are no bacteria in your mouth, it prevents you from making nitric oxide from food. Nitric oxide is essential for sexual health and erections. If you're using antiseptic mouthwash and you're taking an antacid, it can decrease your sexual function. [19:00] The Role That High Glucose Levels Can Play on Your Sexual Function Glucose will create inflammation. You want to have good blood flow to your sexual organs. If you have chronic inflammation, then you will have a lack of blood flow going to your genitalia. Hormones like testosterone will also be affected by high sugar levels. [23:35] Peptides: Enhancing The Body's Ability To Protect and Repair Itself Peptide is just a fancy name for a short protein. There are now hundreds of peptides out there. Most of them come from proteins that we already have in our bodies. All of us can use a little bit of extra repair and recovery; peptides are great for that. Check out Rapid Rebound here: https://ketokamprebound.com/ Rapid Rebound is a unique formulation of BPC157, AOD, and Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) that works synergistically to enhance the body's ability to protect and repair itself so you can reach all of your performance goals. [32:55] The Benefits of Red Light Therapy Red light therapy will help with skin healing rejuvenation. We can see an increase in stem cell activation with red light and near-infrared light as well. Plus, there's the mitochondrial energy production that people always talk about with red light therapy. Red light therapy can have a lot of effects on stem cell production. Lastly, red lights feel great! AND MUCH MORE! 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Most adults consume 50% more than the daily recommended amount of salt which, in excess, contributes to hypertension, cardiovascular disease, cognitive decline, sexual dysfunction, pregnancy complications and more. Dr. Susan Mayne, Director of the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition at the FDA, talks with Stephanie Desmon about a change in guidelines for sodium intake and how even a modest reduction by food producers can mean huge impacts for public health.
Today I'm joined by Gigi Robinson, a 23 year old mental health, chronic illness and body image advocate. She's an internationally recognized GenZ Thought leader and Creative Innovator. With dedicated followings of over 150,000 people and multiple instances of her story going viral - her unique take on self-awareness and actionable advice has made her a go-to voice for ambitious GenZ-ers wanting to make an impact. We talked about: The actual interview starts here: - Social media literacy: what is it, and why does she think it's so important - Why social media literacy is important, and how GenZ-ers should manage their relationship with it. - The responsibilities that come with being an influencer - Performative activism in the influencer community - Chronic illness, the experience of sharing that with the world - The importance of boundaries on social media - Body image and self confidence - How social media affects our mental health https://www.gigirobinson.com/ Gigi's IG: https://www.instagram.com/itsgigirobinson/ My Point Of View on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mypointofview.podcast/ Music: Lukrembo https://soundcloud.com/lukrembo/
Today we're digging into what to do next if you've made diet and lifestyle changes and it's still not working. Let's talk about how to fast-track pregnancy success when you have already made diet and lifestyle changes. So many times we doubt that these changes are even helping us – because if they were we'd already be pregnant. But what if you were on the right track but there were a few targeted changes that would make all the difference with your fertility journey. It can be tough trying to figure this out on your own. That's why I want to give you an action plan so you can get pregnant naturally or improve pregnancy success with your own eggs. This episode is for you if you: Want a proven plan to improve your chances of pregnancy success Want to fast track your chances so you don't waste time on strategies that don't work Want to work on your health and get pregnant naturally or improve pregnancy success with your own eggs. In this episode you'll learn: 1) How to improve pregnancy success with low AMH, high FSH, premature ovarian insufficiency, or diminished ovarian reserve 2) How a personalized approach prevents wasted time so you can follow a proven plan and optimize your fertility. 3) Why comparison can be a slippery slope and how to focus on a PLAN that is right for you and your partner so you can get pregnant naturally or improve pregnancy success with your own eggs ---- TIMESTAMPS: 05:50- INTRO TO TODAY'S EPISODE AND WHO IT IS FOR 06:22- WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU HAVE MADE THE CHANGES AND IT DOESN'T WORK? Preparing for the holidays and the grief that accompanies it Acknowledge the strain and stress of what you have gone through Chronic stress, being disconnected from your body, and burnout “Honor where you are and all the things you have already done.” Getting caught in the comparison game and answering the question “are you pregnant yet?” 11:00- A PROVEN PLAN AS WE ENTER INTO THE HOLIDAY SEASON Getting caught in too much research and the pressure we put on ourselves Getting ready to receive, asking for help, and knowing when you need help 12:50- APPLYING FOR A STRATEGY SESSION AND WHAT TO EXPECT How to know if you are a fit for one of our calls What to expect on the call, benefits of call, etc Following a plan, while still being in a receiving mode “There are always things you can do to optimize your health.” Our method: All eyes on a case to optimize your chances “There are always things your partner can do to optimize pregnancy success.” --- Book your Supercharge Your Fertility Discovery call here with your partner. During our call, we'll be discussing what you have tried so far and where you've faced challenges. This can feel stressful but is designed to help us get to the root cause of your fertility issues and will help me to give you the best possible action plan at the end of the call. However, to reassure you – on this call we won't be digging into the trauma associated with infertility/miscarriage/loss – rather we are focused on solutions and an ACTION PLAN as to how our Fab Fertile Method can help you get pregnant naturally. ---- Use coupon code: getpregnantpodcast to receive 15% discount. Free shipping worldwide. --- Got questions? Join the Fab Fertile Support Group for motivation, support, and education so that you can prepare for pregnancy success. --- Connect with Sarah on social media and learn more about functional fertility solutions that will help you have your baby. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fabfertileinc/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sesacoaching/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/fabfertile Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahclarkfertilitycoach/ ---- LEAVE APPLE PODCAST REVIEW: http://bit.ly/getpregnantreview SHARE: Spread the word! Tell someone else about the show! HELP SUPPORT THE SHOW! Love the show? You'll really love Sarah's resources page - filled with handpicked products/books/devices - get exclusive discounts and support the show by making purchases SHOP here: https://fabfertile.com/resources/ RELATED EPISODES: Fab Fertile Method - https://www.fabfertile.com/what-we-do/ How To Get Pregnant Naturally With Low AMH/High FSH - https://www.fabfertile.com/blog/how-to-get-pregnant-naturally-with-low-amh-high-fsh/ How To Not Waste Time When You Are TTC - https://www.fabfertile.com/blog/how-not-to-waste-time-when-you-are-ttc/
Chronic illness and fatigue can happen to anyone and may lead to some very dark and challenging times. How would you look to heal yourself if every path you took seemed to be a dead end and the sickness continued? Host Kelly Nishimoto, Founder of Cute Booty Lounge, speaks with Tamra Dae, entrepreneur and fitness model, about her journey through various professional pursuits, breast implant illness, spiritual development, and how she is now using her platform to encourage others to return back to themselves and focus on their personal gifts instead of external validation and approval. This episode shares the importance of healing trauma, focusing on your gifts, knowing God, and knowing the truth of what you have to offer. If you were presented with challenges while following your dreams, how would you overcome adversity? Where would you look and what healing work would you do to overcome blocks and fears? Tamra Dae: Watch: Bigger Than Boobs Series Instagram: @tamradae Kelly Nishimoto: Visit: http://www.kellynishimoto.com/, https://cutebooty.com Instagram: @cutebootylounge, @kellynishimoto Don't miss our new Friday series On My Nightstand. Be sure to join our Facebook Group for the most up-to-date info on guests, episodes and more. You can also DM us on Instagram @theonlyoneintheroom or email us via the website at www.theonlyonepod.com Also visit the website for the latest from our host Laura Cathcart Robbins like live events, appearances, featured articles and more. We love hearing from you in the comments on iTunes and while you're there don't forget to rate us, subscribe and share the show! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices