The International Pain Foundation Barby Ingle pt 2 I have a very important topic for you today…and one that is very near and close to my heart…one which affects me as well as millions of people each and every day – and that is how to cope with chronic pain…be it from injury, as in my case, or from hereditary diseases or any number of a myriad of causes…one which many people have a hard time understanding – even very close family members… On the line with us today is Barby Ingle from http://www.internationalpain.org/ (the International Pain Foundation)…Barby is a former model and professional cheerleader. She seemed to have it all. And then things changed. Her life become totally focused on survival. Chronic pain ravaged her body. Doctors had no clue as to why. They stuck, prodded, probed and examined numerous times. All sorts of test (and can I relate to that). Then, one day, Barby decided enough was enough and SHE became her own “Chief of Staff” for her medical team. And I will let her explain that as we get into the interview. Barby has been on our program a few times in the past and the information she shares blessed so many of our listeners, I'm sure it will do the same today as well. She is also the author of several books dealing with this issue, such as https://amzn.to/3spAEiY (“From Wheels to Heals,”) which is the first one I read, getting ready for our first interview back in 2018! Praise God! This is part two of what turned out to be a great, two part interview! Your foundation helps people from all over the world find support services and resources to help their conditions. Can you go over a few of the most popular services? This next topic is a big one. What about managing pain killers? I know the laws and medical practices concerning prescription pain killers have changed since the last time we talked. Is it still a major issue? Pastor Bob shares about kicking his addiction to pain killers after talking with Barby Ingle and reading information from thehttp://www.internationalpain.org/ ( International Pain Foundation website…) This is the type of situation where your foundation could provide the resources to help someone in a situation similar to what I went through (and, I was reading articles, etc. from your website while going this ordeal myself). Barby, you've outlined a lot of this in your book, https://amzn.to/3spAEiY (“From Wheels to Heals,”) correct? Pastor Bob shares on how he continued to be the “Chief Medical Officer of his own body.” Barby, it's amazing what you can do when you make up your own mind, put your foot down and tell the doctor that “this is the way it is going to be.” Barby, if something we said sparked a word of enlightenment to one of our listeners and they had an “ah-ha” moment saying, “That's just like me!” How can they get in touch with thehttp://www.internationalpain.org/ (International Pain Foundation?) If someone wanted to get in touch with you, maybe to ask a question or do an interview such as this, how can they do that? How can someone get in touch with you? Folks, pain is real. Pain is, well, painful. Some people do well bearing with pain. Some pain is the result of an injury and can be fixed. But there are times when pain is present and nobody knows why. We are talking about physical pain here. But that physical pain can definitely become psychological pain very quickly. You cannot deal with this yourself. http://www.internationalpain.org/ (International Pain Foundation) is here to help you. They will provide you with the resources to learn more about your conditions. They will provide you with the resources to get help. They will provide you with the resources to find someone you can talk with. They are here for you. Barby Ingle founded this great organization because these resources were not in one centralized...
If you feel like you're burning the candle at both ends, this one's for you! In this episode with April Likins, we're talking about: Chronic stress Key tips to manage stress before it gets out of hand Sleep! (how to get better sleep) April Likins is a nationally board-certified health and wellness coach trained at both Duke Integrative Medicine and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Driven by her own health struggles of battling Chronic Stress, Lyme Disease, and Endometriosis, she's extremely passionate about helping empower driven & professional women to optimize their health, reduce their stress levels, find balance and start nourishing their bodies from the inside out. aprillikins.com April on LinkedIn April on IG April on FB ----------- **Want to nuture and connect with your potential clients, instead of only showing up when you have something to sell? Grab my free audio training with workbook HERE to meet them where they are now and learn how to sell ideas first. Come connect with me on Instagram! And if you love this episode, share it and tag me so I can see what you're liking :)
On this episode we cover the aging brain. It can be very frustratingfor those who have memory problems. It causes embarrassment whenyou lose things often, forget appointments or important events, or struggle to come up with the words you want to use in conversations.Talking Points:–Reasons why people develop memory and focus problems?–Damaging effects of chronic stress due to prolonged levels ofthe hormone cortisol.-Hormone deficiencies (e.g., thyroid, estrogen, testosterone, DHEA,growth hormone).-Prediabetes or diabetes.-Chronic infections or the inflammatory effects of infections aswe see in recent times.
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The International Pain Foundation Barby Ingle pt 1 I have a very important topic for you today…and one that is very near and close to my heart…one which affects me as well as millions of people each and every day – and that is how to cope with chronic pain…be it from injury, as in my case, or from hereditary diseases or any number of a myriad of causes…one which many people have a hard time understanding – even very close family members… On the line with us today is Barby Ingle from http://www.internationalpain.org/ (the International Pain Foundation)…Barby is a former model and professional cheerleader. She seemed to have it all. And then things changed. Her life become totally focused on survival. Chronic pain ravaged her body. Doctors had no clue as to why. They stuck, prodded, probed and examined numerous times. All sorts of test (and can I relate to that). Then, one day, Barby decided enough was enough and SHE became her own “Chief of Staff” for her medical team. And I will let her explain that as we get into the interview. Barby has been on our program a few times in the past and the information she shares blessed so many of our listeners, I'm sure it will do the same today as well. She is also the author of several books dealing with this issue, such as https://amzn.to/3spAEiY (“From Wheels to Heals,”) which is the first one I read, getting ready for our first interview back in 2018! Praise God! Help we welcome back to the program, Barby Ingle! Barby, thank you for taking the time to come back on the program today! It's been what, three or four years since your last interview? Our podcast listening audience has grown exponentially since the last time you were on. For those that may not know about you or your organization, http://www.internationalpain.org/ (The International Pain Foundation), tell us in your own words, “Who is Barby Ingle?” I want to back track to when you became the “Chief of Staff” of your own medical team. Can you share with us what this phrase means and how someone can implement it? Didn't the doctors tell you something like, “Stop reading all that other stuff and just listen to me?” For privacy reasons, you don't have to go into detail, but how are you doing? Are you still having some issues with your pain and your health? I'm sure your situation was much worse than mine. But I said all of that, one, just to catch you up. But two, to demonstrate to our listeners that you are not in this alone. Only YOU can decide when “enough is enough.” There is a reason doctors have a “medical practice.” Barby, how should a person react when they get the “look” from a physician, like they really don't believe them concerning the pain they are experiencing? They think we are hypochondriacs or something? Tell us about the http://www.internationalpain.org/ (International Pain Foundation…) Folks, pain is real. Pain is, well, painful. Some people do well bearing with pain. Some pain is the result of an injury and can be fixed. But there are times when pain is present and nobody knows why. We are talking about physical pain here. But that physical pain can definitely become psychological pain very quickly. You cannot deal with this yourself. http://www.internationalpain.org/ (International Pain Foundation) is here to help you. They will provide you with the resources to learn more about your conditions. They will provide you with the resources to get help. They will provide you with the resources to find someone you can talk with. They are here for you. CONTACT INFORMATION: https://amzn.to/3spAEiY () Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.internationalpain.org/ (www.internationalpain.org) Personal Website: http://www.barbyingle.com/ (www.barbyingle.com) Book: https://amzn.to/3spAEiY (“From Wheels...
On today's episode I am going solo to bring you the information that I wish I knew when I was first diagnosed with my first auto immune condition in my 20's. This episode is to empower you to stop defining yourself by your diagnosis. On This Episode We Cover: Autoimmune rainbow My story Evidence based medicine Chronic disease Cardiovascular disease Metabolic dysfunction Root causes of inflammation Depression How to overcome your diagnosis Sponsored by: The Dr. Tyna Store Dr. Tyna's Website Follow Dr. Tyna on Instagram Get 10% OFF my Main Store and my CBD Store here. Use code DRTYNA10 for 10% off your first order Further Listening: The Not So Easy Answer to Pain Management
Do you know how and when to make the diagnosis of CTEPH? Listen in as our experts discuss the latest tools for diagnosis and management. Credit available for this activity expires: 5/23/2023 Earn Credit / Learning Objectives & Disclosures: https://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/974245?src=mkm_podcast_addon_974245
Living with a chronic illness like arthritis and its symptoms often means living with grief, too. You may grieve losing the ability to do things you love, the future you had dreamed of, maybe even your identity. Internationally known grief and grieving expert David Kessler joins us to discuss grief and arthritis and offer some ways to cope. Visit the Live Yes! With Arthritis Podcast site to 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 by emailing email@example.com. Special Guest: David Kessler.
Lauren Dunn reports on the factors driving chronic absenteeism; Mary Reichard talks to Mark Morgan about the record number of arrests at the southern border; and Anna Johansen Brown talks to three men who recently survived taking the law school admission test - LSAT. Plus: commentary from Steve West, taking a bite out of crime, and the Tuesday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Ridge Haven, The Camp, and Retreat Center of the Presbyterian Church in America. With campuses located in North Carolina and Iowa, Ridge Haven serves over 12,000 guests year-round in efforts to support the Church and train future generations in ministry. More at ridgehaven.orgAnd from Ambassadors Impact Network, providing growth financing for companies led by CEOs and management teams who are disciple makers and evangelists. More at ambassadorsimpact.com.
Jennifer Fugo, MS, LDN, CNS is a clinical nutritionist empowering adults who've been failed by conventional medicine to beat chronic skin and unending gut challenges. She has experience working with conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, dandruff, and hives and she founded her own line of skincare and supplements specifically for people struggling with these chronic skin issues. Jennifer is also an Amazon best-selling author and the host of the Healthy Skin Show. In this episode, we talk about Jennifer's journey with her own skin issues, the root causes of common skin conditions that are often overlooked, why essential oils may be harming more than helping, the connection between your skin and your gut microbiomes, and so much more. As you'll hear, Jennifer is brilliant and her approach is very different from the typical dermatologist's approach to chronic skin conditions. Enjoy the episode! To learn more visit https://nicolejardim.com/podcasts/hidden-root-causes-of-chronic-skin-conditions-jennifer-fugo/. Podcast Production Support: Amazing Gains | https://listenerstoclients.com
When it comes to dementia and, specifically, Alzheimer's disease as well as cancer stroke, heart attacks and diabetes insufficient sleep has actually been identified as a key lifestyle factor in determining whether or not you'll develop the disease. Why? Because when you're sleep deprived, every major system tissue and organ in your body suffers. And in today's episode, I'm going to help you understand how it is that lack of sleep increases our risk of developing these diseases. By the end, you'll know why you need to prioritize getting enough sleep. Sign up for my FREE Live Workshop: Sleep Better Take my FREE Mini-Course: How To Lose Weight For The Last Time Join our private Facebook group, Moxie Club Meetup Get on the Presale List for next coaching group
Dr. Jim Arcand, D.C. (Grants Pass, OR), Chiropractor, discusses the two basic forms of physical pain: acute and chronic. Acute pain, for the most part, results from disease, inflammation or injury to tissues. It is immediate and usually of short duration and a normal response to injury. Chronic pain is continuous pain that persists for more than three months. The cause is not always evident and can often interfere with a patient's quality of life, sleep and productivity. Second guest, Bob Fuhrmann (Wyoming), Education Director with Yellowstone National Park, discusses the majestic beauty of America's first national park. Established in 1872, and located in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, Yellowstone possess the most spectacular natural features including Old Faithful and a collection of the world's most extraordinary geysers and hot springs, and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone (Part 1). For additional information, please visit www.nps.gov/yell.
Chronic pain is one of the leading causes of long-term disability in the world. By some measures, 50 million Americans live with chronic pain, in part because the power of medicine to relieve it remains inadequate.Helen Ouyang, a physician and contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, explores the potentially groundbreaking use of virtual reality in the alleviation of acute pain, as well as anxiety and depression, and meets the doctors and entrepreneurs who believe this “nonpharmacological therapy” is a good alternative to prescription drugs.A lush forest, a snow-capped mountain, a desert at sunset — could these virtual experiences really be the answer for managing chronic pain?This story was written by Helen Ouyang and recorded by Audm. To hear more audio stories from publications like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or Android.
If you go to my blog you may notice I have a guest Mistress posting there, and I am also a guest on her blog, where I posted The Chronic Masturbator. It's a story about a man who couldn't stop masturbating, and his wife was unhappy. If you'd like to find out how I dealt with him, you can sit back and listen to this episode, and also read the blog on Mistress Rachel's site https://www.sensual-domme.com/chronic-masturbator/ and as always you can find my other blog entries at https://ebonyfemdomphonesex.com and a guest post from Mistress Rachel, about gooning management. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/duchess-willow/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/duchess-willow/support
With festival season already underway Bryan rolls out 2 hours of brand new music that you'll more than likely be hearing in a field somewhere over the Summer! As always only the freshest upfront cuts from the likes of Chimpo, Gray, SL8r, DJ Fresh and Vegas, Workforce, Alibi, L-Side, DLR and lots more. This month Bryan goes back in time to showcase Joker Records Bizzy B with a slew of 90's jump up classics! As always you can email your thoughts or shoutouts to firstname.lastname@example.org 01. Alibi and Sofi Mari - Muzichertz VIP 02. Beat Merchants - Killer feat. Sherona Knight 03. L-Side and Salo - Daydreaming 04. Settle Down - Empty 05. Settle Down - Overgrown 06. Sl8r - Sunshine Dub 07. Workforce - Reintegration feat. Leroy Horns 08. Syncline and Zero Gravity - No Trouble 09. A Audio - Who Are You Bro's 10. Villem - Last One Standing 11. Makota - One More Chance feat. LXT 12. Submorphics - Lucinda 13. Chimpo and Sl8r - Show Ya 14. Sl8r, MC Fats and T.R.A.C - Surplus 15. Command Strange and Cnof - Blossom 16. Beat Merchants - 432 17. Bizzy B and Peshay - Hitch It Up 18. Bizzy B and Peshay - Murder Style 19. DJ Hype - The Trooper (Bizzy B Remix) 20. Marvelous Cain - The Hitman (Bizzy B Remix) 21. The Dream Team - Raw Dogs (Joker Remix) 22. The Dream Team - Stamina 23. Think Tonk and Longman - Boogo Yaga Music 24. Think Tonk - Champagne Impossible feat. General Levy 25. Unkoded - Real 26. Gray - Come Around 27. L-Side - Bubblin 28. Top Cat - No Sensi (Leaf Remix) 29. L Side and Mozey - Trouble feat. Haribo 30. Alibi and Dunk - Rockers 31. Alibi and Phentix - Emperor 32. Modular - Skank VIP 33. DLR and Script - A Different Style 34. DJ Andy and Acuna - Kickin' Back (Gray Remix) 35. DJ Andy - Project 36. Alibi - Another Being 37. Alibi and Command Strange - Welcome To The Future 38. DJ Fresh and Vegas - Exorcist 39. DJ Andy - Fog Fog 40. Roni Size - Locked Down 41. Heist - Camouflage 42. Roni Size - Cold Front 43. Watch Da Ride - Out The Gate 44. Level 2 - Robot Funk 45. A-Audio and DJ Andy - Original 46. Unkoded and A-Audio - Sucker 47. S.P.Y - Shelter 48. Carlito - Got It
How do chronic infections figure into chronic illness?Do they affect autoimmunity?Chronic fatigue and Fibromyalgia? Cancer? Other chronic illnesses?What are examples of these infections? How can a person have a chronic infection without classic infection symptoms?What are "stealth" infections? How do these infections affect the hormones and immune function?What factors allow chronic infections to persist?What does treatment entail?
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Thought it might be helpful to share exactly how I manage chronic pain. I know I am not the only person who struggles with joint issues, but you might be surprised at how I keep the wheels on the wagon. To apply for the fitme Scholarship - go here! https://www.fitmecommunity.com/HelperScholarship2022
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The panel discusses real life clinical experiences with chronic deltoid instability and insufficiency. They share tips and pearls including diagnosis, treatment, and post-op patient management. Moderator: Jeffrey E. McAlister, DPM, FACFAS Panelists: Josh A. Sebag, DPM, AACFAS, Nilin M. Rao, DPM, PhD, AACFAS
Your back could be a ticking time bomb. There are 3 glaring mistakes that I see almost everyone making as they move about their day that put them at risk of serious back injury. When back pain happens, it's never convenient and it can often be terribly debilitating...sidelining you for a while. Whether or not you've had a previous back injury or you have back pain right now, this is required listening. Your body is NOT a bulletproof machine, and it would be foolish to think so. But there are things that you can do to make it more resilient and increase your odds of avoiding that kind of pain. This episode is going to singlehandedly save you from countless pain and heartache! More Resources Start my BACK FIX program today! Follow Megan on Instagram
Your listening experience is extremely important to us with that being said please forgive Kristine's audio track. We apologize and will continue to work to improve your overall experience. Thank you for helping us bridge the gap between rare diseases and the rest of the world._____________________________________________Meet Kenzi: I had a positive pap in 2016, got a biopsy and found out it was stage 1 cancer. I was told I had HPV 16 and that's what had caused my cancer. I Had a colposcopy, got it lasered & was good to go. I was supposed to have semi annual paps but didn't go. I had 5 babies (two after the first diagnosis) and got wrapped up in life and never made Pap smears a priority. I didn't know it was important.. I didn't go get a Pap after my last daughter was born.After four years of not getting a Pap smear, I went in in September 2020..i had a positive pap and dysplasia was found.they did a colposcopy and biopsy. Staged me at 3b. I did a leep procedure. I went through two rounds of chemo (Carboplatin and paclitaxel) and internal/external radiation. And they took me back very quick to get a total hysterectomy. The next pet scan showed two of my pelvic lymph nodes were being effected.So I had a second surgery.. I got para-aortic lymph nodes dissection. A week after that surgery I went to the hospital for pain and they found out I had an internal secondary hemorrhage. They did a surgery for packing and vault suturing. I also required a blood transfusion. (I'm anemic anyways) Following that I had surgery for a cuff tear that required a revision. After that I developed cuff cellulitis infection. I was hospitalized with Iv antibiotics. I got my last a pet scan in April 2021 and The surgeries were successful to get rid of the cancer. My scan was clear. I had to go in every 3 months for a check up scan (CT or PET) my husband got out of the military and we moved from California to Michigan to buy our first house. I set up my follow up appointment. It NEVER crossed my mind that the cancer could be back.. I was determined and had plans to live life cancer free. Due to my Covid symptoms they called me and read to me my results. I had a 5.6 cm tumor in my pelvic/abdominal wall cavity. Biopsy came back cancerous. I started chemo right away. They sent me to a surgeon. He took me back for my 6th surgery. Performed Debunking & small bowel resection. Tumor was removed en bloc, with 2 segments of small bowel. The surgeon anticipates 3-5 more surgeries. After that, I had went to the ER for breathing struggles and they had found a nodule on my left lung. I just got a biopsy recently and am waiting for my results. I also go talk to the surgeon next week to discuss more surgeries. In the meantime i have gotten Covid (for the second time) I've have had to wear a 24 hour heart rate monitor. I have severe vertigo and was passing out. After hitting my head numerous times, they Diagnosed me with post concussion syndrome. The dr found out why it was happening and diagnosed me with POTS..and I have a vitamin b 12, vitamin d, magnesium and potassium deficiency which I am taking medicine for now. I'm already anemic and have needed multiple blood infusions through the last couple years.I'm just happy and thankful to be at home right now with my family instead of living in the hospital._____________________________________The CUBE and OOLER systems are two really cool gadgets that fit over the top of your mattress and use water to control the temperature of your bed. Right now Chili is offering my audience a really great deal. When you go to Chilisleep.com/findyourrare20, you can get 20% off the CUBE all sleep systems with findyourrare20. I hope you'll check out Chili and see why I love their products so much.Support the show
Join Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT, VTS SAIM and Jordan Porter RVT, LVT, VTS SAIM as we talk about: Feline Chronic Gingivostomatitis, or what we usually refer to as stomatitis. When the immune system attacks the gingiva and our patients need treatment, there're a few options. Resources We Mentioned in the Show An Update on Feline Chronic Gingivostomatitis. Lee, D. B; Verstraete, F. J.M.; Arzi, B. Vet Clin Small Anim 50 (2020) 973–982 Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cvsm.2020.04.002 Cornell “Gingivostomatitis” retrieved from https://www.vet.cornell.edu/departments-centers-and-institutes/cornell-feline-health-center/health-information/feline-health-topics/gingivostomatitis Today Vet Practice article https://todaysveterinarypractice.com/dentistry/chronic-feline-gingivostamatitis-proven-therapeutic-approaches-new-treatment-optionsce-article/ Feline Grimace Scale App: https://www.felinegrimacescale.com/phone-app VIN https://www.vin.com/apputil/content/defaultadv1.aspx?id=7054896&pid=12886& Krumbeck JA, Reiter AM, Pohl JC, Tang S, Kim YJ, Linde A, Prem A, Melgarejo T. Characterization of Oral Microbiota in Cats: Novel Insights on the Potential Role of Fungi in Feline Chronic Gingivostomatitis. Pathogens. 2021; 10(7):904. https://doi.org/10.3390/pathogens10070904 Rodrigues, M.X., Fiani, N., Bicalho, R.C. et al. Preliminary functional analysis of the subgingival microbiota of cats with periodontitis and feline chronic gingivostomatitis. Sci Rep 11, 6896 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-86466-x https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-021-86466-x Silva M, Fernandes M, Fialho M, Mestrinho L. A Case Series Analysis of Dental Extractions' Outcome in Cats with Chronic Gingivostomatitis Carrying Retroviral Disease. Animals. 2021; 11(11):3306. https://doi.org/10.3390/ani11113306 chrome-extension://efaidnbmnnnibpcajpcglclefindmkaj/https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mohammad-Haidary-3/publication/358126814_Retrospective_Study_of_Clinical_Manifestations_and_Multiple_Treatment_Outcomes_in_57_Cats_Diagnosed_with_Feline_Chronic_Gingivostomatitis/links/622daeed84ce8e5b4d1ff7f1/Retrospective-Study-of-Clinical-Manifestations-and-Multiple-Treatment-Outcomes-in-57-Cats-Diagnosed-with-Feline-Chronic-Gingivostomatitis.pdf Thanks so much for tuning in. Join us again next week for another episode! Want to earn some RACE approved CE credits for listening to the podcast? You can earn between 0.5-1.0 hour of RACE approved CE credit for each podcast episode you listen to. Join the Internal Medicine For Vet Techs Membership to earn and keep track of your continuing education hours as you get your learn on! Join now! http://internalmedicineforvettechsmembership.com/ Get Access to the Membership Site for your RACE approved CE certificates Sign up at https://internalmedicineforvettechsmembership.com Get Access to the Technician Treasure Trove Sign up at https://imfpp.org/treasuretrove Thanks for listening! – Yvonne and Jordan
Dr. Casey Means, '09, MD '14, discusses her metabolic health company, Levels, and her mission to reverse the epidemic of preventable chronic disease. She explains how tech-enabled tools can empower individuals to create sustainable, smart, and custom lifestyle plans.
Chronic diseases are a common thing we see, especially as we age.And even though genetics play a role in your lifespan and susceptibility to various chronic diseases, your lifestyle plays possibly an even greater role.Today, we're going to discuss pockets in the world called “Blue Zones.” If you haven't heard of this term or maybe you have and aren't quite sure what it means, it refers to geographic areas throughout the world in which people have low rates of chronic disease and live longer than anywhere else. In this episode, we discuss the commonalities of people living in Blue Zones and why they live longer.Resources from this Episode: Exercise study of 600,000 people Analysis of 35 studies and optimal sleep duration Blue Zones Resources"The Blue Zones" By Dan Buettner"Lost Connections" by Johann Hari How can I work with Plant Centered Nutrition? One on One Coaching"Positively Plant-Based": the Online CourseIf you want to connect with Ashley, visit the following:Instagram: @plantcenterednutritionWebsite: plantcenterednutrition.usFacebook: Plant Centered NutritionIf you want to connect with Katie, visit the following: Instagram: @plantcenteredkatieWebsite: plantcenterednutrition.usFacebook: Plant Centered Nutrition
David Meets the British TEAM Group, Part 2: Burns vs. Van de Kolk, Treating somatic symptoms, chronic doubters, GAD, and more! Last week, David answered four questions posed by the British TEAM-CBT group. Today, he answers five more questions, including one on controversies in the treatment of PTSD. Peter – Positive Reframing in TEAM—How much is “enough?” When you do Positive Reframing to reduce Outcome Resistance, how extensively do you have to do it? Do you have to include every emotion the patient has listed on their Dailly Mood Log? Do you also have to focus on most or all of their Negative Thoughts? What's the best approach? Tom – Burns vs. Van De Kolk After reading The Body Keeps the Score, by trauma specialist and psychiatrist, Dr Bessel Van De Kolk, it would appear that people with complex trauma require a high degree of stabilizing work, like deep-breathing, meditation, or yoga, before they can engage with effective therapy. Otherwise, they might not have the words to describe their emotions, or might have repressed memories. In addition, they might not engage or might become destabilized and highly emotional or destructive towards themselves and other people. I wonder if that's your experience with patients you have seen with severe complex trauma in your career? Do you think the TEAM-CBT model has limitations in this area and would you refer to a trauma specialist before embarking on TEAM therapy with such a patient? Sean – Treating Somatic Symptoms with TEAM I'm curious about dealing with the somatic experiences of patients struggling with anxiety, depression, insomnia, trauma, etc. Clients can often challenge their distorted Negative Thoughts but still struggle with the somatic symptoms. I'm curious to know David's thoughts. Hassam – Treating Chronic Doubters with TEAM I'm wondering if David has had experiences with chronic doubters - obsessive doubt in which a patient might say: "Yeah, all these cognitive techniques seem good and all, but what if really I am useless and worthless, and all of this has just been a gimmick? What if it is all a lie? What if we have missed something which really would show how worthless I am ?" Basically, this is closely related to the Pure O version of OCD. OCD is known as the doubting disease, and I really want to hear David's thoughts on how he operates with extremely sticky doubting thoughts. Jacky – Treating Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) with TEAM I have a question about clients with Generalized Anxiety Disorder. When they present with multiple worries, do we need to cognitively restructure every worry? Clients with GAD often have multiple worries so we could be there for quite a while if we have to work on every single worry! End of the Part 1 Questions. David will return to the British group for Part 2 in the future, since they had many additional questions. Here is a note from Dr. Peter Spurrier to all who want more information about the UK TEAM-CBT training group: If you are interested in learning more about our group, or want to contact members, please visit us at: https://feelinggood.uk.com/ You will find contact details for many of us on the "Our TEAM CBT Practitioners" page. If you are interested in joining our TEAM-CBT training group, or want more information, you can email me (Dr. Peter Spurrier) at Docspurr@gmail.com.
We've noted before that chronic inflammation is the common denominator among all diseases. Today, we'll dig deeper into that topic, taking it to a level that impacts a wide spectrum of disease states: cardiovascular disease. We touch on one, but we also go into great detail about early COVID prevention and treatment. Chronic inflammation is the key, regardless of the condition. And today's guest is a prominent expert in this field in Australia. My guest today is Dr Sandeep Gupta. Sandeep graduated from the University of Queensland in 1999. Since then he has served in a range of public and private hospitals as cardiology, medical and anesthetic registrar. He runs a busy integrative medicine practice, Lotus Holistic Medicine. Dr Gupta then went on to invest many years of training in integrative medicine and was awarded a Fellowship of the ACNEM in 2008 and a Fellowship of RACGP in 2010. He also a Masters of Nutrition with Dr Gabriel Cousens. Other major influences include William Wolcott CN, Robert Marshall PhD, and Dietrich Klinghardt MD PhD who he has trained in ART with. ---- CREDITS: Host: Dr Ron Ehrlich Guest: Dr Sandeep Gupta Producer: Amelia Navascues ---- You can also watch this episode at https://drronehrlich.com/ ----- TIME TO TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR HEALTH? Join me in my online health programs. ----- CONNECT WITH ME You can ask questions via social media using my Instagram or Facebook or TikTok or YouTube page. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dieting can slow down your metabolic rate. Learn how to “reverse diet” to increase your metabolic rate and continue fat-loss progress. Crush your next workout or sauna session with the new Electrolyte Stix by MYOXCIENCE: Use code podcast to save 15% OFF at checkout Link to show notes and video: https://bit.ly/3laQ5b5 Link to Robert's new book: https://amzn.to/3yC9YPY Time Stamps: 03:15 Competing while keto to preserved lean mass as effectively, if not more so. 05:30 Eating keto after competition helps you to avoid rebound weight. 09:00 Chronic under consumption is common. Your body's metabolic rate will downregulate to follow suit. 10:05 A period of higher caloric rate gives you a higher metabolism when you transition to a deficit. 11:58 There needs to be balance between the building phase and the cutting phase to achieve growth. 13:20 For about 7 years, Robert has been on a strict ketogenic diet. 14:00 You can compete at an elite level without carbohydrates. 16:00 Testosterone: Higher dietary fat in a ketogenic diet helps to keep testosterone levels stable in the context of a deficit, which is muscle preserving. 19:00 Robert's testosterone levels remain high during prep by being ketogenic, with high fat intake. 20:20 The harder you train in a caloric deficit and maintain progressive overload principles, sends a signal to your body that the muscle is still in high demand and to preserve it. 21:21 Cardio is a lever to pull. 24:15 Reverse dieting 25:20 It feels better to increase calories, for those who have been undereating. 27:00 Your body benefits from having sustainable times of caloric surplus and caloric deficit. 28:15 Robert trains fasted during all phases of training. 28:50 You won't need a protein shake to maximize your anabolic state if you are taking in enough protein, calories, and nutrients over the course of 24 hours in your surplus. 30:40 Robert often goes OMAD, with one satiating meal, in the later phases of prep. 33:22 During the last of competition prep/cut phase, Robert incorporates ketogenic caloric refeeds. 35:30 Eating in a stressed state likely compromises your body's ability to fully assimilate that nutrition. 39:30 Target muscles should be hit twice a week, for natural bodybuilders. Frequency, intensity, and volume are your levers to pull. 39:50 Robert uses an 8-day training split. 43:00 Ground beef and eggs are easily an easy food to track and manipulate for macros. 43:49 The Keto Brick is a good source of dietary fat in the form of steric acid. It is beneficial and tastes good. 45:35 A Nootropic Brick, a brain brick, will be launched soon. 46:00 Robert's Desert Island Exercise: Deadlifts work a little bit of everything.
My amazing and talented wife Lisa released her new book Radical Confidence, which you can order - and get the bonuses she's created for you - at https://www.radicalconfidence.com. When you read this book, Lisa will teach you 10 No-BS Life Lessons to become the hero of your own life and take MASSIVE bold action to achieve your potential!As you know, it's my mission to help teach you how to build the MINDSET and SKILLS that will help you live an extraordinary life - and over the last few months I've been working hard behind the scenes to help create a brand-new tool that will help you do that.It's called Kyzen - and I am proud to announce that I will be bringing it to the world later this year to challenge you to empower yourself and accomplish greater things in life. To learn more, join my Discord at impacttheory.com/discord!Is aging gracefully and being healthy in your old age a goal or something that's nice to hope for with no real expectations? If you search for tips on how to age gracefully, you get tips for how to be more mindful, be more forgiving, stay curious, keep learning, and more. You'll find a few tips around staying physically active, but you don't see a lot of advice (if any) on building muscle, getting in the gym, hitting the weights, and putting your body under stress.Dr. Gabrielle Lyon began her 20+ year career in geriatric medicine and palliative care. In her observations and studies on people in declining physical and mental health she became passionately aware of the missed opportunity in the medical community. Chronic diseases commonly associated with aging such as Alzheimers, cardiac disease, and diabetes, were being studied without addressing the underlying source that's contributing to the problems, deteriorating skeletal muscle.By the end of this episode, if you're not convinced on the power of muscle building you may want to rewatch. Whether you are male or female, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, or older, everyone needs to be invested in building muscle tissue to age gracefully and have a better quality of life. Healthy aging isn't just about maintaining mental cognition with a failing body, it's about having quality interactions and the physical ability to stand, walk, and travel without the fear of falling or being dependent on everyone for everything.SHOW NOTES:0:00 | Introduction to Gabrielle Lyon0:14 | Focus on Resistance Training13:06 | The 1st Meal of the Day Right19:26 | Muscle-Centric Protection to Aging34:17 | How to Reverse Aging58:02 | Reduce the Fat Storage1:08:41 | Build Muscle & Don't Lose ItQUOTES:“If you eat food that is subthreshold to that 2.5g of leucine you will be skinny fat…” [2:42]“The wider the waistline the lower the brain volume.” [23:19]“Lifestyle, choices midlife, having access to the right information changes the trajectory of aging.” [23:41]“Muscle is a nutrient sensing organ.” [34:26]“In the literature high quality protein is defined by amino acid content. It's not a negotiable nebulous concept; these are hard fast biological numbers.” [36:47]“When we're talking about the general population, typically people don't have a good solid foundational muscular base.” [43:33]“Everybody's focused on adiposity, everybody's focusing on insulin resistance, and if you care about root causes you have to care about skeletal muscle.” [45:22]“You have to train hard, [...] you have to get the stress in. The body thrives under stress, [...] your body requires physical stress.” [56:34]“When we are older, 30s, 40s, we are now no longer driven by hormones. We are now driven by dietary sensing mechanisms.” [57:27]“You have to get the foundational piece right up front, and that is high quality training is a non-negotiable, and number two, high quality proteins.” [57:50]“If you want to survive, the more muscle you have the more likely you'll survive.” [1:05:53]“Obesity, diabetes, Alzheimers, cardiovascular disease, these are pathologies. These are metabolic pathologies that can be corrected by having healthy muscle tissue.” [1:08:27]Follow Gabrielle Lyon: Website: https://drgabriellelyon.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWPQJeWz4pvccA3lIoZ7j1Q Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drgabriellelyon/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/doctorgabriellelyon/
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: Maria: Hi and thank you so much for everything you do and all your time. My question is this. Back in October of 2020 I had my gallbladder removed. Prior to having my gallbladder removed I had amazing bowel movements sorry for the tmi. I also never had a uti. I'm 46 by the way. After I had my gallbladder removed I started to experience that my bowel movements were starting to slow down. Then I had my first UTI in December of 2020. Then I started to develop adult acne little white pimples all over my face my neck my scalp even my ears. Then my bowel movement started to slow down even more. And I got another UTI in April of 2021. My bowel movements continue to slow down. I try to eat ery healthy I eat healthier than most people. And am very intentional with my health. And I try to do all the right things and take all the right supplements. But I am consistently seeing that my constipation has gotten worse. And my acne has gotten worse. And I have gotten another UTI recently in the month of february. Most recently I also noticed that I get full faster and I fell like I'm so stuffed I also have more gas and burping. What would you recommend. Rebekah: Hello Dr. Cabral. I am 39 years old and over the past year I have been having a cluster of symptoms. GERD, headache, vertigo, off balance, fatigue, muscle spasms, numbness and tingling in my hands, feet, tongue, lips. I had an MRI that showed non-specific white matter changes and was referred to a neurologist. An EMG was done but I have not gotten results. I am not a fan of the neurologist I was referred to and am looking for a more holistic approach to my symptoms. I suspected I was having mold toxicity. We have moved out of our home and into a brand new house but my symptoms have not gone away. I changed my diet by eliminating dairy, gluten and going organic.I did have vitamin b12 checked and it was normal. I am currently on your CBO protocol. Any advice on things I should be testing for or foods to eliminate? This is very frustrating and I wish I could feel normal again and get to the bottom of this. I am so glad I found your podcast and thank you for all that you do. Alicja: Hi Dr. Cabral, First I quickly want to say that I love your podcast and wish I discovered it sooner. Trying to catch up with all older episodes since I learn so much from you. Thank you for all you do. My question is about thyroid. I recently found out I have hypothyroidism and Hashimoto. I'm against taking hormones. How can I rebalance my thyroid naturally? I have a naturopathic doctor who mentioned to me LDN (low dose naltrexone) that for some people can reverse autoimmune conditions. Any thoughts on LDN? Is it worth trying or would you recommend other, more natural approach? (I'm also dealing with GI issues I'm addressing and I read that LDN may also be helpful to my gut issues) Gordon: Hello Dr Cabral, my issue is what seems to be a chronic problem with lightheadedness/dizziness. Has been going on for a year plus, happens every day now, sometimes several times a day. I've had MRI's, thorough eye exams (thought to be related to ocular migraines) and ear exams - all testing returned within “normal” limits. I am in my early 70's, take no medications, exercise regularly, maintain a healthy diet. Typically have a low heart rate and low blood pressure. Any ideas as to cause, next steps? Any help is appreciated. Thanks for all you do! Adam: Dr. Cabral, Many thanks for all that you do. You have truly been a blessing! My questions are related to anti-aging and Equilife's new Longevity Line, which I am very excited about! What is your current anti-aging supplement protocol? Do you take cell boost and inflamma soothe? If so what dosage? Are there any other anti-aging supplements that you use outside of equilife? On episode 1507 you mention that you have been taking nicotinamide riboside (NR) for three years but it was not included in cell boost. Instead nicotinamide mononucleutide (NMN) was included. Do you prefer NMN over NR? 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In this episode, David Teitelman discusses how mindfulness and self-compassion have helped him navigate chronic health conditions, body image issues, and old emotional wounds. David studied classical dance, rose in the corporate world, and cultivated self-criticism as a way of life. After being diagnosed with a progressive neuromuscular condition and finding his old approach unsustainable, he discovered that mindfulness and self-compassion provided a radical new way of looking at the world. David now shares these teachings with others as an authorized Mindful Self-Compassion teacher, a facilitator for Center for Mindful Self-Compassion's Circles of Practice, and as the resident mindfulness teacher at Temple Micah in Denver, Colorado.
Freedom 35ers: Cardano NFT (CNFT) Podcast. This week we are joined by Special Guests Chronic & Krissy aka Daily ChroniCles. We finally get a chance to chop it up and discuss some of our favorite projects, including Chilled Kongs, Yummi Universe, The Ape Society, & Over Exposed. We get updates from Winged Warriors, Happy Hoppers, The Mandrillz, & Space Ape Club. Lastly, we go over new mints happening this week including Adanauts, Introverts, and Veggiemates. Freedom 35ers
Joining Brian and myself in our virtual studio (although again I crept into the studio) we are delighted to have Dr Jack Lawson, one of our fabulous lecturers in Internal Medicine here at the RVC. We talk to him about canine mast cell tumours. Current recommendations and what is new. We hope that you enjoy. The review paper we discuss, further references are in the article:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34428941/ To Cite this podcast as: Dom Barfield. RVC Clinical Podcast 133 Chronic kidney disease and hypertension in cats with Jack Lawson. Published on May 13 2022 If you have any comments about this podcast, please get in touch: email email@example.com; tweet @dombarfield. We would greatly appreciate your time to rate us on Apple podcast, podbean or Acast and kindly write us a review.
The RSB Show 5-12-22 - Chronic pain epidemic, Fetal tissue industry, Leslie Manookian, Health Freedom Defense Fund, Federal travel mask mandate, Fauci political posturing
In this episode we head in a slightly different direction but one that unfortunately will be really relevant to so many of you listening Pain in Sport We have with us Chana Studley the author of ‘Painless' to discuss the mind body connection on The effects of pain on you and the playing of your sport. Chana Studley recovered from severe PTSD after 3 violent attacks in the UK and spent the next 25 years combining a very successful Academy Award Winning career in Hollywood with coaching and counseling people with trauma, addictions and relationship problems. After graduating from The One Thought Institute in 2018 she noticed that her 25 years of chronic pain had completely gone and so conducted research to discover if she could reproduce this experience in others. Following the success of 5 case studies she developed a program called Painless and is now helping clients worldwide with all kinds of health issues and working with doctors and clinicians to introduce them to the Three Principles. Most recently she has started working with people with Long Covid and is having great success in helping them get back to their innate health. Chana is a World Health Organization Psychological First Responder an international speaker and author. She has Diploma in Psychology and is certified Life Coach with 30 years experience. Chana's first book, The Myth of Low Self Esteem – a novel about PTSD, Hollywood and healing came out in 2021 and her second, Painless, a novel about chronic pain and the Mindbody connection was published in 2022. Her next novel, Very Well, all about hormones, will be out later this year. A recent report from the NHS in England suggested that at any one time over 25% of the population is living with some form of chronic pain Chana helps us make a clear distinction between CHRONIC pain and ACUTE pain and how different parts of the brain are engaged depending on which kind of pain you are suffering She is a practitioner of the ‘Three Principles' based on the work of the legendary Sydney Banks We are basically living in our ‘thinking' and it is so important to understand how thought works What we can and more importantly can't do in relationship to our thinking A really thought provoking session To find out more about Chana go to www.chanastudley.com To become a certified Mind Factor coach go to https://themindfactor.net/the-certification-course
On this week's show: Lipid nanoparticles served us well as tiny taxis delivering millions of mRNA vaccines against COVID-19, but they aren't optimized—yet, and why we might need inflammation to stop chronic pain The messenger RNA payload of the mRNA vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 is wrapped up in little fatty packets called lipid nanoparticles (LNPs). These fat bubbles were originally designed for something much different—carrying molecules into cells to silence genes. But they were useful and we were in a hurry, so not much was changed about them when they were pressed into service against COVID-19. Science journalist Elie Dolgin talks with host Sarah Crespi about ongoing efforts to improve LNPs as a delivery system for mRNA vaccines and therapeutic treatments. Next on the show, we hear about “pain chronification.” Have you ever thought about chronic pain? What happens in the body when it heals—no specific thing is broken—but the pain never subsides? Sarah chats with Luda Diatchenko, professor on the faculties of medicine and dentistry at McGill University, about her Science Translational Medicine paper on the need for inflammation to prevent pain chronification. This week's episode was produced with help from Podigy. [Image: V. Altounian/Science; Music: Jeffrey Cook] [alt: lipid nanoparticle illustration with podcast symbol overlay] Authors: Sarah Crespi; Elie Dolgin Episode page: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.adc9455 About the Science Podcast: https://www.science.org/content/page/about-science-podcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are you trying to weigh the pros and cons of possibly using a biologic like Dupixent for your skin condition? Your immune system has such a complex relationship with one another, so it's important to have complete informed consent when starting one. Look into all the side effects- they could be actually helpful, but they could also lead to cancer! My guest today, Heather Zwickey, earned a Ph.D. in Immunology and Microbiology from the University of Colorado and completed a postdoctoral fellowship and taught at Yale University School of Medicine. Dr. Zwickey is recognized internationally as an expert and educator in the fields of integrative medicine, natural therapies and the immune system and has been leading natural medicine research for 20 years. Heather speaks at conferences world-wide, sharing her enthusiasm for naturopathic medicine and science. She currently serves as the Director of Communication and Innovation at Thaena Inc., a microbiome-based company. Join us as we talk about how biologic drugs for chronic skin conditions work. Did you know about the relationship between your immune system and your skin? Let me know in the comments! In this episode: Biologic drugs - what are they, how are they prescribed, and what do they do? Real side effects of biologics - the bad and even the good Breaking down what cytokines are (in layman's terms) Cytokines and the JAK/STAT pathway Discussion of JAK inhibitors (the newest version of biologic drugs for skin issues) Quotes “Back when we used things like methotrexate for skin disorders, we would see that the entire immune system was blocked and as a result, there would be side effects of things like cancer. When we're only blocking one protein, we have much less severe side effects.” [2:59] “If your skin is not in balance with its microbes, it will affect your gut. We really got to address that. That is the root cause, and usually the way that we're going to address that is with eating more plant-based foods and getting some of the toxins out of our system, and letting those microbes grow the way that they were supposed to grow in normal ecosystems.” [17:47] Links Find Dr. Zwickey online here Healthy Skin Show ep. 180: How Hormones Impact Your Immune System + Skin Health w/ Heather Zwickey, PhD Healthy Skin Show ep.157: How Your Immune System Can Trigger Skin Rashes w/ Heather Zwickey, PhD Follow Dr. Zwickey on Instagram
In this episode, we review the high-yield topic of Chronic Bronchitis from the Pulmonary section. Follow Medbullets on social media: Facebook: www.facebook.com/medbullets Instagram: www.instagram.com/medbulletsofficial Twitter: www.twitter.com/medbullets
Call it swimming upstream or walking against traffic, but it's what we need to do if we're trying to live with vibrant health in our society! In this episode, we'll acknowledge some of these situations – in food, in work, in popular culture and more – and will identify some entities who are trying to prey on our vulnerabilities as humans. While leaving things to chance might not lead to living with wellness, the process of taking our health back can be fun and uplifting and empowering! LET'S TALK THE WALK! Wellness While Walking Facebook page Wellness While Walking on Instagram Wellness While Walking on Twitter Wellness While Walking website for show notes and other information Coach Carolyn on Clubhouse: @stepstowellness firstname.lastname@example.org RESOURCES AND SOURCES (some links may be affiliate links) HOW TO WALK AGAINST TRAFFIC FOR BETTER HEALTH Rudd Center for Food Policy and Health and Their Food Marketing in Schools Department Let's Move Campaign (archived material from Obama White House Archives) Food Politics, Marion Nestle Salt Sugar Fat, Michael Moss The Dorito Effect, Mark Schatzker 12 Sedentary Lifestyle Statistics in 2021 That Will Get You Off Your Chair, ergonomictrends.com When Doing is Your Undoing, psychologytoday.com What Is Toxic Productivity? huffpost.org Crazy Busy, Edward Hallowell Here's Exactly What's Wrong With Mommy Wine Culture, goodhousekeeping.com Mommy Wine Culture and Why It's So Toxic, cirquelodge.com PRIOR EPISODES OF WELLNESS WHILE WALKING ABOUT THESE TOPICS All Topics: Ep. 44, 5 Paths to Wellness: Food, Movement, Stress Reduction, Sleep and Connection Disconnection: Ep. 57, Getting Our Brains on Our Own Team with Austin Perlmutter, MD Toxins: Ep. 27, Toxins Are Making Us Sick and Heavy Food: Ep. 32, Reducing Inflammation for Optimal Health with Dr. Elizabeth Boham HOW TO RATE AND REVIEW WELLNESS WHILE WALKING How to Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts on Your iOS Device Open Apple Podcast App. Go to the icons at the bottom of the screen and choose “search” Search for “Wellness While Walking” Click on the SHOW, not the episode. Scroll all the way down to “Ratings and Reviews” Click on “Write a Review” Then you will be able to rate the show on a five star scale and write a written review! Thank you! How to Leave a Review on Apple Podcasts on a Computer Visit Wellness While Walking page on Apple Podcasts in your web browser Click on “Listen on Apple Podcasts” This will open Apple Podcasts and should bring you to the show, not a particular episode Scroll down until you see “Rating and Reviews” You may need to click on “See all” all the way to the right, near the Ratings and Review Section On the right side, you should see 5 empty stars – click on the one farthest to the right if you want to give the show 5 stars To leave a verbal review, please then head left and click on “Write a Review” Thank you! How to Leave a Review on Spotify App on Your Phone Open the Spotifyapp on your device. Tap the Search tab, then type Wellness While Walking on the search bar; this will lead you to the podcast's show page. If you are on a specific episode, just tap on the podcast's thumbnail and title to be redirected back to the show page. Tap the rating immediately underneath the podcast's description. Alternatively, tap the More (…)icon, then choose Rate show. Drag your finger or tap on one of the five stars to leave a rating. Thank you! The following apps might also allow you to rate and review the show. As of March 2022, there's no way to rate or review a show on Google Podcasts. Castbox Podcast Addict Podchaser Podbean Overcast (if you star certain episodes, or every one, that will help others find the show) HOW TO SHARE WELLNESS WHILE WALKING Wellness While Walking on Apple Wellness While Walking on Spotify Link for any podcast app: pod.link/walking Wellness While Walking website Or screenshot a favorite episode playing on your phone and share to social media or to a friend via text or email! Thanks for sharing! : ) DISCLAIMER Neither I nor many of my podcast guests are doctors or healthcare professionals of any kind, and nothing on this podcast or associated content should be considered medical advice. The information provided by Wellness While Walking Podcast and associated material, by Whole Life Workshop and by Bermuda Road Wellness LLC is for informational and entertainment purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment, and before undertaking a new health care regimen, including walking. Thanks for listening to Wellness While Walking, a walking podcast and a "best podcast for walking"!
Nationwide, almost one in five people are living with a mental health condition. Our guest on this episode, activist and author Sarah Fay, is one of those who've been diagnosed with a mental illness. In fact, Sarah Fay has been diagnosed—or rather, misdiagnosed—with six mental illnesses over the last 30 years. She writes about her experience and raises important mental health questions for all of us in the new book, "Pathological: The True Story of Six Misdiagnoses". Thanks to our sponsors of this episode! -->Aurate: Aurate is a fine jewelry brand which offers amazing quality at affordable prices. Because Aurate sells directly to you, without the middleman markup, they can offer the same quality as traditional 5th avenue brands at a fraction of the cost. Aurate's gold feels substantial and the diamonds sparkle and shine. Aurate is looking to set the standard for women because they deserve the best—always reminding them to set the gold bar high! Go to www.auratenewyork.com/nobodytoldme and use promo code nobodytoldme to get 20% off. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A very important conversation about research-based ways to integrate traditional and complimentary treatment approaches (e.g., acupuncture, meditation, cleaning up one's environment of toxins, etc.). Dr. Gary's approach dovetails with Dr. John's 100% in that it is all based on science — research studies. A large part of this is how low oxygen levels, put the brain into panic mode which triggers the release of stress hormones (i.e., cortisol, adrenaline, etc.) leading to hypertension, shortened lifespan, diabetes, and obesity to mention a few. And sleep apnea is one of the biggest offenders leading to hypoxia (debilitatingly low oxygen levels), impacting 5% of the population. Do you have sleep apnea? Discover a quick and easy way to score your sleep apnea!To what extent is neuroinflammation behind your depression? Chronic fatigue syndrome? Post-treatment Lyme syndrome? Sleep disorders? Chronic pain? Post COVID syndrome? Obesity? Diabetes? Alzheimer's? Bipolar? Parkinson's? Multiple sclerosis? All of these have been shown in research studies to have neuroinflammation in common!How does incorporating a more complete integration of mind and body into healing impact our health span?What if the reason you are in pain is because your brain is inflamed? Then what?How do we best blend traditional medicine with complimentary approaches such as acupuncture, meditation and others?Dr. Gary KaplanGary Kaplan, DO, is the founder and medical director of the Kaplan Centerfor Integrative Medicine, and author of Total Recovery: A Revolutionary New Approach to Breaking the Cycle of Pain and Depression. A pioneer and leader in the field of integrative medicine, Dr. Kaplan is one of only 19 physicians in the country to be board-certified in both Family Medicine and Pain Medicine. Dr. Kaplan is passionate about using multidisciplinary and alternative medicine strategies to address underlying chronic conditions. His forthcoming book, Why You Are Still Sick, is set to be released in June 2022. He is board-certified in Medical Acupuncture and has worked with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to establish acupuncture as a medically effective treatment for a range of chronic pain problems.In 1985, Dr. Kaplan created the Kaplan Medical Center to offer patients suffering with chronic pain and illness a more effective model of medical care. The Center's physicians, nurses, psychotherapist, dietitian and physical therapists collaborate closely on patients' progress to ensure the best outcome for each patient. This coordinated, multidisciplinary approach has proved to be highly effective for patients suffering with complex and long standing medical problems. Dr. Kaplan's newest book, Why You Are Still Sick, is set to be released in June 2022. Visit HopeHealingKnowledge.com for paid access (approximately $100) to a full Georgetown University medical conference on these exciting topics! Via the Foundation for Total RecoveryPlease remember to like, share and review. Many, many thanks for listening!If you like what you've heard at The Evolved Caveman podcast, support us by subscribing, leaving reviews on Apple podcasts. Every review helps to get the message out! Please share the podcast with friends and colleagues.Follow Dr. John Schinnerer on| Instagram | Instagram.com/@TheEvolvedCaveman| Facebook | Facebook.com/Anger.Management.Expert| Twitter | Twitter.com/@JohnSchin| LinkedIn | Linkedin.com/in/DrJohnSchinnererOr join the email list by visiting: GuideToSelf.comPlease visit our YouTube channel and remember to Like & Subscribe!https://www.youtube.com/user/jschinnererEditing/Mixing/Mastering by: Brian Donat of B/Line Studios www.BLineStudios.com
Dr. Melissa MacDonald (Dr. Mac) is a graduate of Northwestern Health Sciences University where she earned her Doctor of Chiropractic. She then spent two years of specialty training in the Human Performance Center where she focused her research and clinical skills on specific testing and treatment protocols. In this episode, she talks about the body, how to safely rehab injuries, and some of the common issues that occur with the disorder Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. If you experience chronic injuries, Dr. Mac goes into the ‘why' of some of these recurring injuries, and what you can do to bring your body back to optimal health. Today's episode is sponsored by: Healinggroundmovement.com/resources Join the Movement! Healinggroundmovement.com Healing Ground Movement on Instagram Healing Ground Movement on Facebook Healing Ground Movement on Pinterest Healing Ground Movement on LinkedIn Healing Ground Movement on YouTube Like what you learned? Donate to show your appreciation! Mentioned in This Episode: Macperformanceclinic.com Mobility Agility Chiropractic Performance on YouTube linktr.ee/macp_clinic
Thank you for joining us for our 2nd Cabral HouseCall of the weekend! I'm looking forward to sharing with you some of our community's questions that have come in over the past few weeks… Jennifer: Hi Dr. Cabral! I got "the virus" in March 2021 and again in January 2022. I am a healthy 44 woman. For some reason each time the virus affected my heart rate. It gives me the feeling like my heart is beating very fast and makes me feel anxious or gives me a feeling like I drank too much coffee (when I only drink 1 cup a day). Last year I had my heart checked and everything was normal. It went away after I received the v last year but I really don't want to get a b shot this year. Any other ways to stop my heart from beating so fast? My vitamin A and C levels are low, B levels are high. Blood pressure is sometimes low but usually around 100 over 70. Thank you for your help. I love listening to your podcasts. Allen: Hello Dr. Cabral, I have done the HTMA lab in the past. I did have some aluminum levels and vitamin deficiencies in my hair samples. I have since taken supplements to fix those vitamin deficiencies. I recognize now that I should have done a heavy metals detox right away, however I was in the middle of trying to conceive and did not wish to interrupt that and I know it's not safe to do while trying to conceive. So I never completed a heavy metals detox. I eat a balanced diet, I'm a healthy weight, I complete a few liver detoxes each year, I workout 4-5 days a week with a mix of sauna, weights, and cardio, I use the sauna sometimes as well. I was wondering, aren't I naturally detoxing heavy metals and other toxins from my body very regularly while sweating and eating foods that support the natural detox process? I know that the supplements in the heavy metal detox assist with the detoxification process, but I'm wondering how much I am naturally able to detox on my own simply by living a healthy lifestyle. I know the research supports that the supplements that come with the heavy metal detox work. Are there other ways to remove heavy metal toxins? Thank you for answering my questions! Kelly: Hello Dr. Cabral! Thank you so much for your podcast and book. You are a true blessing to people like myself seeking optimum wellness and disease prevention! I am a relatively healthy 35 year old female with a have a strange question- My husband and I had Cin October. Prior to our infection with C, I had suffered for about three years with unexplained shortness of breath. I tried endlessly to get to the bottom of what was causing this sudden onset shortness of breath. I did diaphragm exercises, I took iron supplements, I increase my aerobic exercise, I tried adaptogens and stress relieving herbs like lavender, I did counseling and meditation… The shortness of breath came out of the blue in my early 30s and magically disappeared when I fully recovered from C (which took about two week). The only explanation I have is that while I had C I would inhale steam with essential oils like Teatree oil and grapefruit seed extract and another germ fighting blend. I'm curious about your thoughts on whether my long term shortness of breath could have been attributed to some bacteria or fungus in my lungs that was inadvertently wiped out as I treated my C symptoms with gentle steam inhalation with essential oils. I am baffled at how this chronic condition could vanish! Oren: Hi, I'm a 20 years old female. I can't remember a time in my life when I wasn't chubby. I'm not immensely overweight, I weigh about 70kg at 1.71m. I've done strict keto for months, combined with omad/intermittent fasting a few times a week, and I also train BJJ 4 times a week. Now starting carnivore. I eat about 1300-1700 calories a day, depending on my hunger. My body won't respond to any of that except for helping with bloating. Measurements and compositions stayed the same for a year of trying these things and I don't really know what to do anymore. I took the body ype quite, and my answers were almost dispersed equally between the different body types, with a small favor for the Vatta and Pitta types, except for the fact that I gain weight easily and can't seem to lose it from my thighs and belly no matter what I do. I'm kinda desperate so I'd love some help, thank you :) Anonymous: Hi dr. Cabral! Hope you are doing well and hope you can help point me in the direction TO get well :)! I experience chronic runny nose upon waking in the morning or after laying down for a long period of time. It stops running a couple hours after being awake and sometimes comes back in the evening. I also have extreme sugar (mainly chocolate) cravings, nocturia, mood swings, acne (mainly around jaw/chin) and foul gas (no bloating). My candida metabolic vitamins test showed no microbial overgrowth, below the mean for all neurotransmitter metabolites and slightly elevated orotic acid. If I have no bacterial overgrowth where is the gas coming from? And why won't my nose stop running (lol)! Do I need to run additional FM labs to figure this out? Thank you in advance for all your advice & recommendations!!! Summer: Hey Doc! On day 14 of a 21 day detox and day 14 of CBO as well. 32 year old female hypothyroidism and gut disbiosis confirmed with testing.I have actually lost some stubborn lbs that I haven't been able to budge in years so grateful for that! I'm concerned that it's because I'm starving… been eating clean for 5-6 years. I can't tolerate any of the plant proteins so have had to add salmon and a little wild game into my lunches. I used to survive on mainly fats especially nuts and eggs. I'm really struggling to get over 1,000 calories and hit my macros. Really missing my hearty breakfast. Worried about causing further damage to my thyroid and adrenals. I seem to now be intolerant of my normal exercise as well. Exercise in the morning is out of the question. My stomach is ALWAYS gurgling (not hunger pains) just noisy. Terrible gas and bloating for the last 9 days. I think that may be due to all the extra veggies I've added. I cook everything to help digestion, I use Canadian bitters before meals, chewing everything to a liquid, gut massage, and ginger and peppermint teas. Is my digestion actually getting worse? Should I just power through?That's what I'm doing, but would like to hear your thoughts even if it's 7 weeks out! Support group had some suggestions but not satisfactory. thx! 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