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Practical Prepping Podcast Episode #226, "Dehydration; Cause, Effect, And Avoidance.""In this episode we discuss the importance of hydration, ways to stay hydrated, and the signs and effects of dehydration.Adequate hydration is required for body to functionEvery cell in the body relies on waterSupplies fluid to jointsShock absorber in spineOrgans and tissues need water to functionRegulates body temperatureFlushes toxins through kidneysDehydration occurs when the body loses more water and salts than it takes in.Causes of dehydrationNot drinking enough waterExcessive sweatingFeverContinuous vomiting or diarrheaFrequent urinationSigns of dehydrationThirst -- if you feel thirsty you're already dehydratingDark, or orange urineChronic dehydration can cause:Sleepiness Dry mouthConstipationDecreased urine outputKidney stonesMood changesUnclear or clou thinkingBenifits of Proper hydrationImproves digestionImproved athletic performanceWeight managementAnti-aging effects on skinAvoiding dehydrationHydrate before starting your dayHydrate before exercisingHydrate before strenuous activityGet in the habit of carrying a water tumbler everywhere with you, sip every hour.If you find value in the podcast, would you consider supporting us?Your support helps us keep the podcast up and running, as well as growing. Here are several ways:Amazon affiliate - start your shopping from our websiteIt costs you nothing extra, but pays us a little commission to support the podcast.Buy Us A Cup of Coffeebuymeacoffee.com/practicalprepBuy one of our books "Practical Prepping For Everyday People" "Making Contact During Emergencies" Linked from our website, On Amazon, or wherever books are sold.Contact us.Practical PreppingWebsite: www.practicalprepping.infoEmail at firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite design and hosting by ProLine DesignsCopyright 2022, Practical PreppingJoin us every weekday for more episodes of Practical Prepping Podcast.
I recently picked up a book called, "Dropping Acid" by Dr. David Perlmutter and it really opened my eyes to the topic of uric acid. This subject can be very overlooked and has the potential to being an underlying cause of many issues. I want to break down uric acid, causes of high uric acid, and what we should do as a community and whole for our kids and future generations going forward. Time Stamps: (0:05) What Do You Think When You Hear Metabolism? (0:45) Dr. Perlmutter's Recent Book (3:30) Insulin Resistance (5:18) Our Modern World (9:00) Future Obesity Crisis (11:18) High Uric Acid Causes (15:50) Winter's Coming (18:45) Dehydration (22:50) Japanese Study (32:10) Dementia and Uric Acid (32:55) Main Takeaway (34:50) Please Share -------------------- Follow my Facebook Page where I go Live Every Week with New Educational Information to Help You Live Your Best Life - https://www.facebook.com/covinofitness -------------------- Follow me on Instagram! - https://www.instagram.com/carolcovinofitness/
Durch Nandos Likemillionen auf TikTok gelangen unsere beiden Protagonisten an sensible Informationen. Was gibt es in Ronald-McDonald-Häusern zu Essen? Versorgen die Filialen des Fast-Food-Riesen die Häuser des Gemeinnützigkeitsprojektes? Eingepackt im Schaffnerdesign von Guido Maria Kretschmer balancieren Nando und Navid in ein unterhaltsames aber wenig lehrreiches Abenteuer, dessen Ouvertüre im Flughafen BER beginnt.
Dehydration: Dental Hygienists are Positioned to Educate on Drinking More Water By Dabney Vaccaro, BS, RDH, HC Original article published on Today's RDH: https://www.todaysrdh.com/dehydration-dental-hygienists-are-positioned-to-educate-on-drinking-more-water/ This audio article is sponsored by LISTERINE®. Check out the exciting new research that shows LISTERINE® Antiseptic is 4.6x more effective than floss for sustained plaque reduction above the gumline*1. Learn more at https://rdh.tv/attackplaque Need CE? Start earning CE credits today at https://rdh.tv/ce Get daily dental hygiene articles at https://www.todaysrdh.com Follow Today's RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TodaysRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DentalHygieneKaraRDH/ Follow Kara RDH on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kara_rdh/ *Flossing by a dental hygienist. Sustained plaque reduction after dental prophylaxis 1. Reference: Bosma ML, McGuire JA, Sunkara A, Sullivan P, Yoder A, Milleman J, Milleman K. Efficacy of professional flossing, supervised flossing and mouth rinsing regimens on plaque and gingivitis: a 12-week, randomized clinical trial. Accepted manuscript. J Dent Hyg.
Look, Married at First Sight Season 14 episode 16 didn't bring us much new, but we couldn't let it just pass us by. Watching everyone's 11th hour strategies/moves/thoughts/desires is telling, even if it's just telling us more of the same. Dehydration was a theme of this episode - dehydrated relationship bonds, muscles, and a first for us on reality television - SPERM. Sit back and listen to Tim & Britt screech and process their final thoughts on these couples before Decision Day. and YES - there is a #DeppvsHeard reference, and some wildly irresponsible human guesses made. Why else do podcasts even exist? Tiktok/Instagram - @tildeathdousrecap Enjoying the pod? Give here: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/tildeathdous Intro Song: Don't Go Home - Pet Dress https://linktr.ee/TilDeathDoUsRecap Subscribe, leave a review, share w/ your friends! xo
We talk about four popular survival tips that are actually MYTHS . . . and if you ever try them, you might be in even more danger Recorded Tuesday April 19, 2022 with Tim Hattrick, Ben Campbell, Brooke Hoover and Barrel Boy
In this original What the Dementia episode, we discuss why it is so important for your partner living with dementia to stay hydrated and how Jelly Drops can help. Jelly Drops are currently available in the UK and expected to launch in the US April 2022! **This is not a sponsored podcast episode; all opinions are my own. JELLY DROPS US WEBSITE: https://www.jellydrops.us/ JELLY DROPS GENERAL WEBSITE: https://www.jellydrops.com/ JELLY DROPS TRAY REVIEW: https://youtu.be/Mw91FBu1AK8 JELLY DROPS SNACKPOTS REVIEW: https://youtu.be/VePHCRkGb1o Q&A #8 PODCAST (episode #051) ________________________ WITH INTENT BOOK INTRO VID: https://youtu.be/ZVlNhodpWx0 DOWNLOAD A FREE RESOURCE: www.letsbambu.com/resources SUBMIT YOUR QUESTION: www.letsbambu.link/qa PRODUCTS: Grow With Gratitude - 100-Day Gratitude & Self-Care Journal specifically made for dementia care partners. Get yours today! :) | https://www.letsbambu.com/products/grow-with-gratitude Grow With Gratitude Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/growwithbambu LETS CONNECT: Website | https://www.letsbambu.com Newsletter | https://www.letsbambu.com/newsletter Facebook Page | https://www.facebook.com/bambucare Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/letsbambu/ Podcast | https://anchor.fm/whatthedementia MUSIC CREDIT: Listen To SpillageVillage - Tropical Landing Pop Songs At Looperman.com DISCLAIMER: The information contained in Bambu Care LLC's website, blog, emails, programs, services and/or products is for educational and informational purposes only. While we draw on our prior professional expertise and background in other areas, you acknowledge that we are supporting you in our role exclusively as a Dementia Care Consultant. By participating in Bambu Care, LLC's website, blog, emails, programs, services and/or products, you acknowledge that we are not a licensed psychologist, professional counselor, or medical doctor. We in no way, diagnose, treat, or cure any illnesses or diseases. Dementia Care Consulting is in no way to be construed or substituted as psychological counseling or any other type of therapy or medical advice. The information provided by Bambu Care, LLC also does not constitute legal or financial advice nor is intended to be. Dementia Care Consulting is not a substitute for the services of a CPA or attorney. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whatthedementia/message
Lewis Hornby is a 27-year-old inventor and designer, driven by a passion for social good while he was studying Innovation Design Engineering. All that changed when he was personally touch by his grandmother's needs and Jelly Drops was born. Lewis continues to spread awareness of the risks of dehydration in the elderly and those with dementia. He has been the recipient of a wide range of awards, including the Dementia Care Innovation Award, the Snowdon Award for Disability and the Meaning-Centred Design Award. He currently leads the continued research and development of Jelly Drops as Chief Product Officer. Contact Jelly Drops Website Email Phone 0808 164 8977 Facebook Twitter Instagram Contact Lori La Bey or visit Alzheimer's Speaks Radio - Shifting dementia care from crisis to comfort around the world one episode at a time by raising all voices and delivering sounds news, not just sound bites since 2011.
In this episode, I have been thinking to talk about this topic since summer is already here and the heat we can feel. I am sure lots of mothers will agree with me that we keep on thinking about, how we can keep our kids hydrated? Heat Waves are on and we really need to make sure that our kids are well hydrated, drinking enough water while traveling, even at home. Because the effects of kids not being hydrated are very harmful, let me tell you, how does it affect kids, First and foremost kids may feel fatigued, no energy in their body because the body needs a certain amount of fluids for cells. Since when they don't get what they need, they may feel tired or unable to activate themselves.The second reason is dark yellow urine – it happens and that's a reminder for mothers to understand that liquid intake should be more now. Constant yellow urine in kids is a sign of dehydration. The third reason is often you can see kids' dry lips, tongue, mouth, or throat. Kids even at home, have seen their lips are drying, sometimes definitely because of weather changes but most of the time it happens because of dehydration, that's why they feel thirsty often. The fourth important reason is that they may feel dizziness anywhere be in school or at home, so please keep a check on how much fluid intake is there for a child. So I request parents to keep a check on how much water they are drinking during day time. Even it also regulates body temperature.Especially during summer, kids don't feel like eating solid food, that's absolutely ok, but continuous fluid intake can help them for better functioning of their body and mind. Kids love to indulge themselves with refreshing juices, milkshakes, smoothies, and so many other health drinks. I think this is the best season for them to enjoy, let them create their own refreshments including loads of fruits, seeds and even other ingredients which can enhance the taste of summer drinks.Liquid intake during summer is very important and it not only help them to regulate the body system, but it also keeps jointly lubricated, prevents infections, and keeps organs functioning properly. Being well hydrated improves sleep quality and uplifts the mood of the child.Please listen and share your view on this episode and let me know if you want me to cover any topic write to me at email@example.com and for more updates follow me on Instagram @somathakur.mothercoach.
Thanks for tuning in to the Armor Men's Health Hour Podcast today, where we bring you the latest and greatest in medical and urology care and the best urology humor out there.In this segment, Dr. Mistry and Donna Lee answer a listener's question about kidney stones. He asks: "Dr. Mistry, does Topo Chico mineral water increase the chance of kidney stones forming?" Many of our local listeners will be familiar with Topo Chico branded mineral water, a beloved beverage here in Austin. Fortunately, Dr. Mistry reassures us that most acidic drinks actually have more a positive than negative impact on your kidneys. Dehydration is a major catalyst for stone formation, so anything that hydrates you helps prevent kidney stones. Once you already have a kidney stone, however, drinking dehydrating beverages like coffee or alcohol (in moderation) can help flush the stone out of the body by increasing urination. Lemon water, a common home-remedy for kidney stones, is actually only effective at preventing kidney stones, not treating them. Drinks with greater concentrations of citric acid, like Crystal Light lemonade or KSP Tablets dissolved in water, are even more effective at stone prevention. While drinking lemon water won't hurt you if you have a kidney stone, it only helps by hydrating, which regular water would also do. Reducing the amount of added salt you eat also helps prevent stone formation, so anti-inflammatory diets that reduce sodium intake to prevent systemic inflammation can be very helpful for those prone to kidney stones. Our in-house holistic nutrition specialists can help evaluate your dietary needs to prevent stone recurrence. If you or someone you love is suffering from kidney stones, please give us a call today!This episode originally aired on 1.29.22. Don't forget to like, subscribe, and share us with a friend! As always, be well!Check our our award winning podcast!https://blog.feedspot.com/sex_therapy_podcasts/https://blog.feedspot.com/mens_health_podcasts/Dr. Mistry is a board-certified urologist and has been treating patients in the Austin and Greater Williamson County area since he started his private practice in 2007.We enjoy hearing from you! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll answer your question in an upcoming episode!Phone: (512) 238-0762Email: Armormenshealth@gmail.comWebsite: Armormenshealth.comOur Locations:Round Rock Office970 Hester's Crossing RoadSuite 101Round Rock, TX 78681South Austin Office6501 South CongressSuite 1-103Austin, TX 78745Lakeline Office12505 Hymeadow DriveSuite 2CAustin, TX 78750Dripping Springs Office170 Benney Lane Suite 202Dripping Springs, TX 78620
Jay Cutler (IG: @JayCutler ) is a 3x Arnold Classic champion and 4x Mr. Olympia champion. He's the only person in the history of Olympia to regain his title after losing the previous year.￼ He's the founder of Cutler Nutrition and the host of the @Cutler Cast . Michael's Men of Action program is a Master's course dedicated to helping people elevate their social lives by building elite social circles and becoming higher status. Click the link below to learn more: https://go.moamentoring.com/i/2 Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MichaelSartain Listen on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-michael-sartain-podcast/id1579791157 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2faAYwvDD9Bvkpwv6umlPO?si=8Q3ak9HnSlKjuChsTXr6YQ&dl_branch=1 Filmed at Sticky Paws Studios: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UComrBVcqGLDs3Ue-yWAft8w 0:00 Intro 0:30 Getting Jay on the podcast 1:09 Growing up in Massachusetts, 6 siblings 2:56 Genetics 4:03 Discovering bodybuilding 5:11 College Athlete, Team Sports 6:03 Lifting with no distractions 7:30 19-year-old teenage nationals 7:51 Maximum-security prison guard 8:15 50 pounds in the first six months 8:43 The eating, 140lbs of chicken 9:56 The food is everything 10:56 The discipline to keep eating 13:55 **Squat till your nose bleeds 15:11 Benchpress 500 lbs 16:14 Bodybuilding is like the running back position 17:15 **2011 bicep tear 18:44 Pain tolerance 21:00 15th to 8th to 2nd in Olympia 21:44 moving to Las Vegas in 2002, Real estate 23:02 Joe Weider, Muscle and Fitness magazine 25:10 Meeting your wife at 16 26:09 Schedule of a bodybuilder 26:54 Finishing second to Ronnie Coleman 2001 28:24 Income of a bodybuilder 31:11 Getting paid to do something you love 32:28 *“Are you going to win this year?” 33:35 Jordan shoe collection, Atomics 34:48 Cardio, Stairmaster, Boost your metabolism 36:29 *20 sets per body parts 38:40 Shoulder injury, Abscess 39:33 Winstrol 39:56 Greg Doucette interview 41:14 Performance-enhancing drugs 43:20 *Better drugs then than today 44:04 *Cycling off steroids and TRT 45:35 *12 IU's of HGH per day 47:46 getting ripped on HGH 48:51 Equipoise, Anavar 50:23 **Trenbolone 51:07 **FDA 52:54 *Free testosterone level 54:04 Bodybuilder mortality 55:01 I give up my life to win Mr. Olympia 55:53 *Forthright about steroid use 58:17 Getting drug tested 59:48 The Rock, Mike O'Hearn, Don't ask about steroids 1:02:01 Don't enjoy food to this day 1:02:59 140 egg whites a day 1:03:30 1,000 gm carbs, 300-400 gm protein 1:05:32 2006 Mr. Olympia champion 1:06:24 Flipping homes, Real estate 1:08:45 Pre-workout, Prevail 1:09:35 2007 Mr. Olympia 1:10:16 2008 *Losing to Dexter Jackson 1:12:07 2009 Revamped training 1:15:08 Thrive off positivity 1:16:21 *Studying your competition 1:16:55 Shit talking 1:18:09 Ronnie Coleman 1:19:38 All natural in his first Olympia 1:21:32 Ronnie in the night club 1:23:36 Schwarzenegger, Van Dam, Stallone 1:26:16 Dehydration before the competition 1:28:04 When you win the Olympia 1:28:57 Claudia Fijal: what was your favorite moment competing? 2009 quad stomp 1:31:58 Cutler cast 1:33:53 Social media 1:35:47 *They don't care 1:37:22 I love Las Vegas 1:37:41 2010 Olympia, getting a divorce 1:38:48 *Dating 1:40:38 Merchandise, supplements and competitions 1:41:52 Focus, networking, relationships 1:44:14 Ryan Diaz 1:45:29 Advice for new bodybuilders 1:47:00 Ambassador for Olympia 1:47:41 Phil Heath 1:49:33 Intimidating physique 1:51:03 Podcast guests 1:52:48 Tom Sosnoff influence 1:53:43 My podcast guests 1:54:05 You can't overtrain if you eat enough 1:55:00 Tom Brady 1:56:51 **Outro
Our mind wanders nearly half of the time we're awake—even when we're focused on a task. And, I don't know about you, but for us, it feels like it's getting worse. Maybe it's COVID, perimenopause, or aging. Whatever it is, it inspired us to explore how we might channel this brain fog and be productive. So, in today's episode, we're talking about focus and what to add to your diet for better attention and memory. Show Notes: References for research included: A Wandering Mind Is An Unhappy Mind Acute Effects of Tea Consumption on Attention and Mood Effects of Dehydration on Brain Functioning: A Life-Span Perspective Flavonoid-Rich Mixed Berries Maintain and Improve Cognitive Function Over a 6 h Period in Young Healthy Adults Consumption of Nuts at Midlife and Healthy Aging in Women Thank you for listening to The Happy Eating Podcast. Tune in weekly on Thursdays for new episodes! For even more Happy Eating, head to our website! https://www.happyeatingpodcast.com Learn More About Our Hosts: Carolyn Williams PhD, RD: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realfoodreallife_rd/ Website: https://www.carolynwilliamsrd.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RealFoodRealLifeRD/ Brierley Horton, MS, RD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brierleyhorton/ Got a question or comment for the pod? Please shoot us a message! email@example.com Produced by Lester Nuby OE Productions
In this episode you will learn more about Common Spring and Summer Pet Emergencies, Special guest Erica Bickel, DVM | Medical Director - Veterinary Emergency Group Dr. Erica Bickel shares such a value information: Sand Impaction, show x-ray Foreign bodies from eating things pets shouldn't Salt water toxicity, dehydration, vomiting and diarrhea. Veterinary Emergency Group - Boyton Beach's hospital photo of ICU where dogs stay hospitalized on IV fluids Heat Stroke of predisposed breeds The Bufo Toad Toxicity Frogs - dangerous for dogs Can dogs watch TV? Pet Insurance and more... Check out Veterinary Emergency Group website to see if there is a pet emergency in your town/city. Connect with Erica Bickel, DVM | Medical Director - Veterinary Emergency Group:https://veterinaryemergencygroup.comhttps://veterinaryemergencygroup.com/locations/boynton-beachFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/veterinaryemergencygroupInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/veterinary_emergency_group Connect with Petpixcacademy.com
Sports Drinks are Neither Safe Nor Effective. Commercial influences may have corrupted the American College of Sports Medicine's hydration guidelines. Dr. Michael Greger at NutritionFacts.org explains. Original post: https://nutritionfacts.org/2022/03/15/sports-drinks-are-neither-safe-nor-effective/ Dr. Michael Greger is a physician, New York Times bestselling author, and internationally recognized speaker on nutrition, food safety, and public health issues. A founding member and Fellow of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, Dr. Greger is licensed as a general practitioner specializing in clinical nutrition. He is a graduate of the Cornell University School of Agriculture and Tufts University School of Medicine. In 2017, Dr. Greger was honored with the ACLM Lifestyle Medicine Trailblazer Award and became a diplomat of the American Board of Lifestyle Medicine. He founded NUTRITIONFACTS.ORG is a non-profit, non-commercial, science-based public service provided by Dr. Michael Greger, providing free updates on the latest in nutrition research via bite-sized videos. There are more than a thousand videos on nearly every aspect of healthy eating, with new videos and articles uploaded every day. His latest books —How Not to Die, the How Not to Die Cookbook, and How Not to Diet — became instant New York Times Best Sellers. His two latest books, How to Survive a Pandemic and the How Not to Diet Cookbook were released in 2020. 100% of all proceeds he has ever received from his books, DVDs, and speaking engagements have always and will always be donated to charity. How to support the podcast: Share with others. Buy some merch: https://www.plantbasedbriefing.com/shop Leave 5-star rating and review on Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/plant-based-briefing/id1562925866 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2GONW0q2EDJMzqhuwuxdCF Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Plant-Based-Briefing/dp/B08K59CRM4/ref=sr_1_3?crid=18XNAH6UMO9L5&keywords=plant+based+briefing&qid=1643393899&sprefix=plant+based+briefi%2Caps%2C168&sr=8-3 Follow Plant Based Briefing on social media: Twitter: @PlantBasedBrief YouTube: YouTube.com/PlantBasedBriefing Facebook: Facebook.com/PlantBasedBriefing LinkedIn: Plant Based Briefing Podcast Instagram: @PlantBasedBriefing #vegan #plantbased #Plantbasednutrition #veganpodcast #plantbasedpodcast #plantbasedbriefing #drgreger #nutritionfacts #wfpb #wholefoodplantbased #electrolytes #childdeaths #diarrhea #gatorade #dehydration #exerciseassociatedhyponatremia #encephalopathy #americancollegeofsportsmedicine #cocacola
Huberman Lab Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Conscious and unconscious salt intake and sensing modulates cravings for sugar, water, and other thingsSodium is the way your neurons communicate – having enough salt in the body allows the brain and nervous system to functionSodium and water work together in the body: thirst is not just a way to bring fluid into our body – it's an internal signal telling us to balance salt level“If you're craving salt, you probably need it.” – Dr. Andrew HubermanIt's helpful to have a formula and not just consume salt and water-based on craving because your body tends to adapt to certain levels of salt over time so it doesn't provide a consistent indicatorThe notion that a high salt diet is bad for you is confounded by the fact that high salt diets are usually rich in processed foods and a poor balance of carbohydrates to fatThere's a direct relationship between the stress system (glucocorticoid system) and the salt craving systemIf you're feeling anxious, slightly increasing sodium intake can stabilize blood pressure and ability to lean into stressors and challengesGalpin equation for fluid replenishment during exercise or cognitively demanding activity: start exercise hydrated with electrolytes (not just water) then every 15 minutes consume (in ounces) your body weight (in pounds) / 30Rule of thumb if you fast or follow time-restricted eating: caffeine is a diuretic so for every ounce of caffeine, drink 1.5x as much water with a touch of sodiumVery generalized recommended mineral intake, barring health conditions: 3.2-4.8g of sodium, 4g of potassiumIt's critical that you know your blood pressure to make informed decisions about salt and fluid intake – salt needs will vary accordinglyRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgI discuss the role of salt (sodium) in the nervous system and the key role that it plays in mental performance, physical performance and health. I explain how the brain senses salt levels in our body and how that relates to our feelings of thirst. I cover the physiology of the renal system and the hormones that control sodium and water balance in our body. I also explore how salt interacts with stress and our immune systems and its crucial role in neuron function. Additionally, I examine research findings suggesting that some individuals might benefit from increased intake of sodium and other electrolytes (magnesium and potassium) to enhance mental performance, lessen anxiety, and offset dizziness. Yet, other people may need less sodium. I discuss how you can determine your optimal sodium intake and why sodium intake levels need to be uniquely tailored to an individual's lifestyle. Finally, I explain how salt creates ‘hidden' sugars in many processed foods and the problems that can create. Throughout the episode, I explain peer-reviewed findings outlining salt's essential role in overall health and describe general recommendations and tools anyone can use to find their optimal salt balance and thereby enhance their brain and body's performance. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman LMNT: https://drinklmnt.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Celebrate Pi Day (3.14) with InsideTracker - 31% off through 3.17 with code HUBERMANPIDAY See Andrew Huberman Live: The Brain Body Contract Tuesday, May 17th: Seattle, WA Wednesday, May 18th: Portland, OR https://hubermanlab.com/tour Our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman Supplements from Thorne https://www.thorne.com/u/huberman For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com. Timestamps (00:00:00) Role of Salt (00:02:18) The Brain-Body Contract (00:02:57) Neuropod Cells, Artificial Sweeteners & ‘Hidden' Cravings (00:10:57) AG1 (Athletic Greens), LMNT, InsideTracker (00:15:06) Salt Regulation (00:17:13) How the Brain Senses Salt (00:24:15) Salt & Thirst (00:29:27) Blood Pressure & Thirst (00:33:47) Kidneys & Urine Regulation (00:39:08) Vasopressin: Roles in Libido & Urination (00:45:46) How Much Salt Do You Need? (00:56:45) Should You Increase Your Salt Intake? (01:02:19) Tools: Determining Your Individual Salt Intake (01:14:02) Iodine, Sea Salt (01:17:13) Salt: Roles in Stress & Anxiety (01:24:20) Other Electrolytes: Magnesium & Potassium (01:27:57) Tools: Effects of Low-carbohydrate Diets & Caffeine (01:32:28) General Recommendations for Salt Intake (01:36:34) Perception of Salt & Sugar Taste, Processed Foods (01:47:13) Role of Sodium in Neuronal Function, Action Potentials (01:53:13) Dehydration (01:55:36) What Salt Intake is Best for You? (02:00:58) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify, Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Patreon, Thorne, Instagram, Twitter, Neural Network Newsletter Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer
I discuss the role of salt (sodium) in the nervous system and the key role that it plays in mental performance, physical performance and health. I explain how the brain senses salt levels in our body and how that relates to our feelings of thirst. I cover the physiology of the renal system and the hormones that control sodium and water balance in our body. I also explore how salt interacts with stress and our immune systems and its crucial role in neuron function. Additionally, I examine research findings suggesting that some individuals might benefit from increased intake of sodium and other electrolytes (magnesium and potassium) to enhance mental performance, lessen anxiety, and offset dizziness. Yet, other people may need less sodium. I discuss how you can determine your optimal sodium intake and why sodium intake levels need to be uniquely tailored to an individual's lifestyle. Finally, I explain how salt creates ‘hidden' sugars in many processed foods and the problems that can create. Throughout the episode, I explain peer-reviewed findings outlining salt's essential role in overall health and describe general recommendations and tools anyone can use to find their optimal salt balance and thereby enhance their brain and body's performance. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman LMNT: https://drinklmnt.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Celebrate Pi Day (3.14) with InsideTracker - 31% off through 3.17 with code HUBERMANPIDAY See Andrew Huberman Live: The Brain Body Contract Tuesday, May 17th: Seattle, WA Wednesday, May 18th: Portland, OR https://hubermanlab.com/tour Our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman Supplements from Thorne https://www.thorne.com/u/huberman For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com. Timestamps (00:00:00) Role of Salt (00:02:18) The Brain-Body Contract (00:02:57) Neuropod Cells, Artificial Sweeteners & ‘Hidden' Cravings (00:10:57) AG1 (Athletic Greens), LMNT, InsideTracker (00:15:06) Salt Regulation (00:17:13) How the Brain Senses Salt (00:24:15) Salt & Thirst (00:29:27) Blood Pressure & Thirst (00:33:47) Kidneys & Urine Regulation (00:39:08) Vasopressin: Roles in Libido & Urination (00:45:46) How Much Salt Do You Need? (00:56:45) Should You Increase Your Salt Intake? (01:02:19) Tools: Determining Your Individual Salt Intake (01:14:02) Iodine, Sea Salt (01:17:13) Salt: Roles in Stress & Anxiety (01:24:20) Other Electrolytes: Magnesium & Potassium (01:27:57) Tools: Effects of Low-carbohydrate Diets & Caffeine (01:32:28) General Recommendations for Salt Intake (01:36:34) Perception of Salt & Sugar Taste, Processed Foods (01:47:13) Role of Sodium in Neuronal Function, Action Potentials (01:53:13) Dehydration (01:55:36) What Salt Intake is Best for You? (02:00:58) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify, Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Patreon, Thorne, Instagram, Twitter, Neural Network Newsletter Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer
In this podcast, we are joined by Dr. Kim Thielen, a nephrologist/kidney specialist with Minnesota Kidney Specialists. This episode is part one of a two part series dealing with acute kidney injuries. During this episode Dr. Thielen will discuss pre and post acute kidney injury etiologies. Included with the podcast is additional shownotes that Dr. Thielen references throughout the podcast. Also check out the next podcast/episode on intrinsic kidney injuries. Enjoy the podcast! Objectives: Upon completion of this podcast, participants should be able to: Describe how to work up a patient who presents with kidney injury. State the 3 types of kidney injury etiologies. Identify various causes of kidney injury. Choose treatment options for the specific types of kidney injury. CME credit is only offered to Ridgeview Providers & Allied Health Staff for this podcast activity. Complete and submit the online evaluation form, after viewing the activity. 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PreRenal- Anything that decreases circulating volume or disruption of blood flow to the kidney, causing ischemic kidney - Causes: - Total body salt and water depletion - Dehydration - Hemorrhage - Decompensated right or left ventricular failure - Renal arterial stenosis or renal vasospasm Signs and Symptoms - Orthostatic, hypotensive, tachycardiac - Most sensitive indicator of ischemic kidney: Urinary sodium concentration Urinary Sodium Concentration- Distinguishes between prerenal and instrinsic causes - Urine sodium less than 20 in oliguria is indicator of ischemic kidney Fractional Excretion of Sodium- Fractional excretion of less than 1% is indicative of ischemic kidney or a prerenal state - Fractional excretion of 2% is indicative of tubulules not working or ATN Fractional Excretion of Urea - For patients on diuretics - Urea not affected by water concentrating effect of kidney - Prerenal state: fractional excretion of urea less than 35 - Intrinsic: fractional excretion of urea greater than 35 Classic Presentation of Prerenal - BUN to Creatinine Ratio greater than 20.1 signifies dehydration - Variables: GI bleed can increase BUN - Elevated bicarb Post Renal Etiologies - Anything that interfers with the drainage of the urine from the renal pelvis out to the urethra. - Causes: - Intraluminal obstruction: stones or tumors - Dysfunctional bladder: spinal injury, diabetes - Dysfunction with bladder drainage - Extrinsic compression on ureter - Ruptured AAA: edema - Retroperitoneal fibrosis - Prostate - Urethral strictures Post Renal Presentation - Can present with pain or not - Decreased urine output or outflow - Hypertensive - Volume overload Treatment - Foley distal obstructions of urethra - Imaging: ultrasound - Horizontal view: - Normal: (bright white) collecting system is collapsed due to normal drainage of pelvis - Post renal obstruction - Dilated (dark pools) collecting system - Chronic obstruction - Functional dilatation - Further testing: functional lasix radiograph - Kidney transplant: functional dilated picture - Changed physiology of the ureter, and can get flow both ways and thus chronic dilation Thanks for listening.
Andrew and Barbara Wren explore the physiological effects of stress in connection with Cellular hydration.In this insightful podcast, we look at ways that we can self-empower ourselves with techniques and an understanding of how to best handle the anxiety we all seem to be facing more and more these days.Looking at protecting our levels of hydration and appropriate electrolyte levels to enable us to deal with this pressure more efficiently. Reviewing the role of juicing, smoothies, and broths, when promoting great hydration with a more alkaline manner and its effects on Henrik Krammers 16 stages of cellular change.www.conellaholdings.com
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In this iTunes episode your hosts Stevesmi and Da Mobster have a look at multi-talented actor Hugh Jackman • His chest and tricep workout – 60-90 mins max for ALL workouts. Bench press (what was his max?). all sets 8, 6 and 4 reps (2 min rest), incline dumbbell fly, close grip bench press, tricep dip and press-ups • Best 1RM was 315lbs bench and how he's hit the first big total we all want • Needing 3 months to prep for ‘shirt off scenes' and why actors do it • Dehydration trick (3 says lots of water and 36hrs none… and film now!). Not recommended • Getting more ripped and gnarly looking with each Wolverine movie bar the last one • Words of wisdom by Mobster • His talent – singing too and well – to award winning levels • His varied roles • And enjoying the damn ride • And, as always, if he used PEDs what would he use and why Social media Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thehughjackman/ (30.3 million follower) YouTube: For 1-on-1 coaching/consultation/source help requests hit up Stevesmi https://www.elitefitness.com/forum/members/stevesmi.html https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/members/stevesmi.html Where to get blood tests: https://www.evolutionary.org/forums/source-talk/bloodwork-private-md-5695.html Search for #coachedbymobster on Instagram Please note we're not doctors and the opinions are ours. It's our view and is based on our experience and views on the topic. Our Podcasts are for informational purposes and entertainment only. The Freedom of speech and 1st amendment applies.
Join me, Dr. Sarah Milken in my solo episode, Pro Tips From The Diarrhea Bowl…How To Master The Colonoscopy Like A Pro. This is my first minisode of The Midlife Golden Sh*t Shovel Cluster F*ck Series. In midlife, we have to make our bodies, minds, health & maybe shoes (just kidding) our top priorities. Getting a colonoscopy is a literal pain in the ass, but it's worth it! 90% of colon cancer is preventable and it's the second leading cause of cancer death for men & women. I just did mine and it went down pretty well. I give you step by step pro tips & hacks to make it so much more tolerable. My husband was so NOT helpful during these two days, I might not give him the secret tips. He has to listen to the episode. Hope you got your beauty rest, Jeremy. Take this as a sign to get off your ass and get your first colonoscopy! And if you've had one, learn hot pro tips for your next one. I'm sharing how to mentally and physically prepare yourself for the “shittiest” two days…literally. I can help!!!! Peeps, thank me later! I got you. Some highlights: My first hand experience with my first colonoscopy 10-15 pro tips & hacks Making a market list for colonoscopy prep day Things to bring to your colonoscopy How to manage your spouse when you are getting the colonoscopy Things to have in your bathroom during the diarrhea bowl What to do to prevent burning tush Colon cancer quick facts on why you need a colonoscopy at age 45, not 50 Looking forward to connecting with you! Here are some ways to connect with me! THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC SHOW NOTES: https://www.theflexibleneurotic.com/episodes/40 THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/theflexibleneurotic/ THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC WEBSITE: https://www.theflexibleneurotic.com/ THE FLEXIBLE NEUROTIC EMAIL: email@example.com
Dehydration is a serious condition that affects all ages, especially seniors. Seniors are more susceptible to dehydration due to a decrease in total body fluids and the body's natural aging process. Dehydration can make your loved one feel weak, confused, and can ultimately lead to death. Today, we are discussing the dangers of dehydration, the signs to look for, and ways you can help your loved one recover and prevent dehydration. Listen now to learn more! Thank you for tuning into All Home Care Matters. We know that caring for your loved one is an important job and can be stressful at times, so subscribe to our podcast to get all the latest insight and information. We are here for you as you face this new journey.
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Hey guys! This is part two of a two-part series. You can listen to part one here.I've been waiting to share this very important discussion with Dr. Richard Johnson for a long time! This discussion is critical for every meat-based carnivore, especially if you also eat organ meats, alcohol, honey, and/or fruit. Make sure to also check out my thoughts with @lauraespath on Cutting Against the Grain: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1848841/10012707 Dr. Johnson has published over 700 studies and is a professor of medicine at the University of Colorado. He is also a clinician, educator, and researcher. He is board-certified in internal medicine, infectious diseases, and kidney disease and is the founding editor of Comprehensive Clinical Nephrology, one of the main textbooks on kidney disease. For more than 20 years, he has led research on the cause of obesity and diabetes, with special interest in the role of sugar (especially fructose) and uric acid. His research has been highly cited, published in top medical journals, and supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health. He is the author of The Sugar Fix and The Fat Switch. Dr. Johnson lives in Colorado with his wife, kids, and two rambunctious puppies.We discuss the following:01:31 Hadza group02:28 Intracellular vs serum uric acid02:51 Dehydration makes you fat08:25 Salt and Obesity (Vasopressin and Copeptin)11:58 How much water to drink13:32 Kidney blood markers on Carnivore (no fructose)15:25 Gout flares: Can sudden increases and decreases of purines, fructose and alcohol cause a flare?19:15 Low creatinine and hypothyroid19:47 When meat-only diets should be carefully monitored21:34 Salt, blood pressure and weight gain28:40 Blood pressure and kidney inflammation (fructose, uric acid and salt)34:20 Risks of low blood pressure and ideal ranges36:34 Other reasons for high blood pressure39:31 Tips to reduce uric acid and dietary recommendations43:16 Where to find Dr. Richard Johnson and his book, Why Nature Wants us to Be FatRESOURCES:Nature Wants Us to Be Fat: https://amzn.to/3B2p40v Website: https://drrichardjohnson.com/700+ Publications: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=dTgECeMAAAAJThe Sugar Fix: https://amzn.to/3ru6zir The Fat Switch: https://amzn.to/3Jci7Nn Uric Acid Test: https://amzn.to/3GKOMHY____CHECK OUT MY BOOK, Carnivore CureSIGN UP FOR MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER_____ ADDITIONAL RESOURCESNutrition with Judy ArticlesNutrition with Judy ResourcesCutting Against the Grain Podcast_____ **DISCLAIMER: I am only here to provide support as a nutritional therapy practitioner and I am not providing medical advice. I always recommend working with a team of holistic practitioners, including your PCP and a certified nutritional therapy practitioner. Do not self-diagnose. Always seek medical guidance when you have a medical condition.Carnivore Cure has a $12 off coupon on the paperback version at Amazon.
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The key to living a long and happy life is taking care of your body. Regular exercise and a proper diet contribute significantly to your overall health. That's why it's essential to learn about nutrients such as carbohydrates, protein, and fats to identify the type of food that your body needs. With the proper diet and exercise, you will find yourself feeling better, stronger, and faster than ever. Joining us in this episode of Pushing the Limits is Professor Tim Noakes, a published author and researcher of science. He shares his realisations about the effects of a high-carbohydrate diet and how lessening it can improve performance and health. He also discusses the importance of drinking water when you're physically active. Through his research, Professor Noakes has changed many people's approaches towards their diet. If you want to learn more about how you can strengthen your body and live healthily, this episode is for you! 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Episode Highlights [03:09] Professor Noakes' Career Professor Noakes went to medical school before shifting to research and science. He started writing the Lore of Running for the public, which is currently ongoing with its fifth revision. Originally a supporter of the high-carbohydrate diet, he realised he was giving the wrong dietary advice after struggling with Type II Diabetes. He lost funding from his university due to this realisation but won the case in court using well-proven science. With his research, he now teaches the proper management of diabetes. [07:50] Against the Food Industry Professor Noakes lost funding from a company in the food industry after he stopped promoting their grain-based diet. He was sued for his book, Waterlogged, because it went against the sports drink industry. [12:30] The Pressure from the Academe Academic mobbing is the pressure to quit your academic work. Professionals such as deans and professors went against Prof Noakes. Professor Noakes chose research and science because of the toxic environment in the field of medicine. The academic and medical profession is brutal, with long work hours and debt. [15:39] Diet Guidelines Professor Noakes recommends eating based on what humans have evolved to eat. Historically, humans have hunted big animals and turned to agriculture for food. While reasonably healthy, vegetarian diets can be expensive and require highly refined food. He advises eating non-processed and animal-based food. [19:17] The Human's Digestive Evolution The human diet used to be mainly animal produce. Carbohydrates were only eaten during shortages. It isn't easy to adapt from an animal-based, high-fat diet to a high-grain diet in a short period. Gorillas have certain digestive mechanisms that can break down carbohydrates into fat. Humanity's evolution as hunters resulted in a shorter bowel that is ideal for eating animal produce. [23:47] On Long-Distance Running Running is not a sustainable activity to bring into older age. Orthopedic problems can develop, especially after decades. It is not an ideal long-term activity. [26:22] Weight Control Removing carbohydrates helped Professor Noakes control his weight. He also found amazing benefits from his biweekly CrossFit sessions complemented with running. Now, he has more muscle mass and better flexibility than before. [30:52] Professor Noakes' Writing Professor Noakes is rewriting the Lore of Running to debunk myths and misconceptions. He is also working on an article about eating before or after exercise. He recently discovered the reason why carbohydrates are necessary for exercise. Regardless of your diet, avoiding hypoglycemia during exercise is the main goal. [37:05] Preventing Cancer Through Diet The low-carb, high-fat diet is ideal for preventing cancer. Insulin resistance, which can develop from a long-term high-carb diet, underlies most cancers. [40:30] Busting Myths The central government theory is true. Reduction of exercise performance to reduce lactate and glycogen is a myth. Measuring oxygen consumption and glycogen muscle storage is unimportant. His friend once subscribed to a high-carb diet before switching to low carbs. His running greatly improved. Dave Scott, a well-known athlete, has also seen improvements after changing his diet. [45:39] What to Drink When Running Homeostatic regulation allows you to determine if you need to drink more to keep normal sodium levels. Drinking too much water can cause hyponatremia, which is when your sodium levels drop, causing brain swelling and reduced brain blood flow. A genetic defect causing the oversecretion of hormones can cause you to drink too much. It is best for marathon runners to drink only when they feel thirsty. Dehydration is not a medical condition. Your body can maintain normal levels as long as you drink when needed. 7 Powerful Quotes [17:02] ‘The answer is we got to go back to eating what the Maoris were eating, or the Australian Aborigines. [T]hey were eating fish and other foods from the land.' — Professor Tim Noakes [21:34] ‘We're designed to eat animal produce, which is digested in the small bowel. That's how we evolved, and that allowed us to get our hips to narrow. That allowed us to start running because our knees came closer together; we could run more effectively. And then we became bigger hunters. And that then helped us evolve further.' — Professor Tim Noakes [26:07] ‘I do a lot of strength work and yoga and things like that to balance things out. I feel a ton healthier — day and night healthy. I can manage my weight much better. I was fatter when I was running the distances.' — Lisa Tamati [28:26] ‘I do an hour or two twice a week, and it's 40 minutes really odd but really, really odd. Then I came to complement that with some running, but that's what I need. I've bulked up. I've put on five kilograms of muscle at the age of 72. I'm lifting weights that I could never even consider when I was younger.' — Professor Tim Noakes [29:40] ‘I was having spasms 10 times a day. Then I started doing CrossFit and I worked my way up. Now it's been years without a single spasm. I do not have back pain and I have a very, very strong core. And I work on the core and I maintain it because the back injury is still there but I don't have any issues.' — Lisa Tamati [44:41] ‘He wrote to me about four years ago and says to me, “I've just read your book, and I changed my diet.” And he said, “I wish I'd been eating this diet all my life.”'— Professor Tim Noakes [49:28] ‘You don't need to be told when to drink. Your body will tell you when to drink. So you just drink to thirst, and that's absolutely what is the case. You drink to thirst, and you'll be fine.' — Professor Tim Noakes About Professor Noakes Professor Tim Noakes is an author and researcher focusing on sports and exercise science. Alongside Morné du Plessis, he helped found the Sports Science Institute of South Africa. There, they expanded the limits of research for sports science and encouraged interest in the field. Professor Noakes' book, Lore of Running, is often considered the bible of running. His other book, Waterlogged, talks about his research on exercise-associated hyponatremia. Professor Noakes has published over 750 scientific books and articles and has won multiple awards for his contributions to sports science. Learn more about Professor Tim Noakes by visiting The Noakes Foundation. You can also connect with him on Twitter and Facebook. Enjoyed This Podcast? If you did, be sure to subscribe and share it with your friends! Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning in, then leave us a review. 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How does looking at nature explain obesity in humans? What is the difference between glucose and fructose and how does each impact our health? What should we be eating for optimal health and to reduce weight gain? How does fat keep us hydrated? Is there a relationship between not drinking enough water and gaining weight? Is there such a thing as drinking too much water? Professor, clinician, obesity researcher, and author Richard S. Johnson, MD joins us on the SuperAge podcast to share his breakthrough research on obesity. He explains the causes of obesity, how being underhydrated impacts obesity and much water we should drink, what diet we should avoid, and more. What you will learn in this episode:How animals (and humans) become obese The difference between fructose and glucoseHow fructose directly impacts weight gain What we should avoid eatingHow much water we should drink Timestamps:00:00:00 Welcome to the SuperAge podcast00:03:40 Thank you to our sponsor InsideTracker00:05:42 Introducing Dr. Richard Johnson00:06:01 About Dr. Johnson's book, “Nature Wants Us to be Fat” 00:08:16 How animals gain fat for survival00:10:00 The impact of eating fructose 00:18:36 How fat and fructose interact00:29:38 The difference between fructose and glucose 00:37:51 Athletes and metabolic flexibility 00:42:01 Dehydration and weight gain 00:50:45 Overhydration 00:53:04 The impact of fruit juice “If you eat too much and you exercise too little, you're going to gain weight.” “It's the sugar-fed animals that get diabetes. It's the sugar-fed animals that get fatty liver. It's the sugar-fed animals that shoot their lipids up in their blood. It's the sugar-fed animals that develop hypertension.” “When the body thinks it doesn't have enough energy, it goes into a survival mode. And it stores fat, stores carbohydrates as glycogen, becomes insulin resistant.”“We actually could reverse obesity in animals that were overweight on sugar by increasing their water intake.” “I encourage everyone to hydrate better. Drink 6-8 glasses of water a day, maybe in some cases up to 10 glasses day.” Thank you to our sponsor InsideTracker. Listeners get 20% off and free InnerAge here: https://info.insidetracker.com/ageist Listen to the SuperAge podcast wherever you get your pods.Dr. Richard Johnson's book, “Nature Wants Us to be Fat”
#057: In dieser Episode spreche ich mit der Diplom-Ingenieurin für Bio-Medizin und Expertin für chronische Gesundheit, Jutta Suffner über das Thema Wasser. Genauer gesagt sprechen wir über Auswirkungen auf den Körper, wenn man zu wenig Wasser trinkt, wie viel Wasser man am Tag benötigt, ob man sich auf sein Durstgefühl verlassen sollte oder präventiv schon genügend Wasser trinken sollte, die Qualität von Leitungswasser und Wasser aus PET-Flaschen und welches Wassersystem bzw. Filtersystem Jutta Suffner verwendet. Sämtliche Links zu den in der Episode angesprochenen Produkte findest Du in den Shownotes, die Du mit dem unten stehenden Link aufrufen kannst. Ich wünsche Dir viel Spaß beim Zuhören! Catch The Zenith Podcast Links Podcast ShownotesE-Mail-NewsletterInstagramFacebookLinkedIn
Thanks for tuning in to the Armor Men's Health Hour Podcast today, where we bring you the latest and greatest in medical and urology care and the best urology humor out there.In this segment, Dr. Mistry and Donna Lee answer a listener's question about kidney stones. He asks: "Dr. Mistry, does Topo Chico mineral water increase the chance of kidney stones forming?" Many of our local listeners will be familiar with Topo Chico branded mineral water, a beloved beverage here in Austin. Fortunately, Dr. Mistry reassures us that most acidic drinks actually have more a positive than negative impact on your kidneys. Dehydration is a major catalyst for stone formation, so anything that hydrates you helps prevent kidney stones. Once you already have a kidney stone, however, drinking dehydrating beverages like coffee or alcohol (in moderation) can help flush the stone out of the body by increasing urination. Lemon water, a common home-remedy for kidney stones, is actually only effective at preventing kidney stones, not treating them. Drinks with greater concentrations of citric acid, like Crystal Light lemonade or KSP Tablets dissolved in water, are even more effective at stone prevention. While drinking lemon water won't hurt you if you have a kidney stone, it only helps by hydrating, which regular water would also do. Reducing the amount of added salt you eat also helps prevent stone formation, so anti-inflammatory diets that reduce sodium intake to prevent systemic inflammation can be very helpful for those prone to kidney stones. Our in-house holistic nutrition specialists can help evaluate your dietary needs to prevent stone recurrence. If you or someone you love is suffering from kidney stones, please give us a call today! If you like today's episode, don't forget to like, subscribe, and share us with a friend! As always, be well!Check our our award winning podcast!https://blog.feedspot.com/sex_therapy_podcasts/https://blog.feedspot.com/mens_health_podcasts/Dr. Mistry is a board-certified urologist and has been treating patients in the Austin and Greater Williamson County area since he started his private practice in 2007.We enjoy hearing from you! Email us at email@example.com and we'll answer your question in an upcoming episode!Phone: (512) 238-0762Email: Armormenshealth@gmail.comWebsite: Armormenshealth.comOur Locations:Round Rock Office970 Hester's Crossing RoadSuite 101Round Rock, TX 78681South Austin Office6501 South CongressSuite 1-103Austin, TX 78745Lakeline Office12505 Hymeadow DriveSuite 2CAustin, TX 78750Dripping Springs Office170 Benney Lane Suite 202Dripping Springs, TX 78620
Oftentimes when looking to improve mental health, the first ideas to come to mind are things like meditation or yoga. However, there is one simple & effective way to: combat anxiety & depression clear brain fog help you feel less irritated, agitated, overwhelmed by life's little tasks that is free, accessible, and necessary for your everyday functioning. And we're here to day to talk about it! Listen now to hear all about the easiest, most effortless thing that will 100% improve your health, starting immediately. In today's episode, we talk about... Brain Functions: Focus Memory Restitution Dexterity & coordination Mood: Increase: happiness Decrease: tension Fatigue Confusion Perceived difficulty of a task Hunger Thanks for listening! Don't forget to follow, rate & review! :) on Apple podcasts on Spotify We invite you to visit our website. Email questions & suggestions to SFOWpodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Instagram @soul_full_of_wellness https://www.instagram.com/soul_full_of_wellness/ Follow us on Twitter @SFOWpod Follow Kaelynn on Instagram @coaching_with_kae Follow Kit on Instagram @breathe.relax.trust Thank you to Nick Serena, from Astro Inn, for our theme music!
My journey with Nutrition, Health and Wellness began when I was an infant. I know that it may sound odd to say that, but it is true. From my earliest days on this plane, I suffered from Digestive issues, as do many babies born each day. My entire life was consumed by stomach attacks from Acid Reflux, IBS, GERD, and Dehydration, but it wasn't until I reached my mid-20's and found myself in an ER three times in 3 months that I decided something had to change! https://selfdiscoverymedia.com/2015/09/05/tsm-1537-the-holistic-cure-for-barretts-disease-and-living-a-life/
This week's episode is about the insane survival story of Aron Ralston. This guy wanted live! 5 days spent trapped, suffering tremendous deprivations, no sleep, blood loss, lack of oxygen to the brain, dehydration, hypothermia, starvation, and on the 6th day he just had to deal with the small task of amputating his own arm with a blunt 2” utility knife! This story is amazing FB/IG @robotsforeyespodcast podbelly.com retrovague.com suikerapparel.com robotsforeyespodcast.com
Welcome to BCI Cattle Chat! Please click on any links below to be taken to sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news regarding the podcast on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. 1:13 Tracking technology 3:05 Listener question: cover crops 10:00 Supplementing heifers over the winter 17:26 Dehydration in calves For more on… Continue reading Tracking Technology, Cover Crops, Supplementing Heifers Over the Winter, Dehydration in Calves
Why is dehydration dangerous? Staying adequately hydrated is essential for detoxification, energy, cognitive function, beautiful skin, and more. When your body is dehydrated, it can lead to low energy, poor brain function, skin issues, and—what Erica is getting into today: adrenal fatigue. In this episode, Erica is diving into the dangers of dehydration, the details on adrenal fatigue, and how to properly hydrate for optimal health. You'll discover the benefits of electrolytes and Erica's favorite electrolytes powder.
In this week's podcast episode I teach you how to become a poo detective. Yes, you read that right. A Poo Detective. You might be thinking, ‘Why would I want to do that?'. Well, inspecting your kids' poop is a great way of uncovering what's going on internally for your child.As a naturopath, I love the subject of poo because it offers a glimpse into the inner workings of our kid's bodies and empowers us to learn more about what's going on within our bodies.In this episode I will be: Walking you through the Bristol Stool Chart; a medical tool used to assess our stool).Explaining how the Bristol Stool Chart is a great tool to talk to your kids about so they can learn to recognise early symptoms by inspecting their poo. Symptoms such as dehydration, lack of fibre, gastrointestinal infection/imbalance.We will also talk through the different “Types” on the Bristol Stool Chart:Type 4 being the ideal type of poo. Type 1 - Type 3 helps us recognise dehydration or lack of fibre, and potentially a lack of elimination which may be indicating that toxins are being reabsorbed in the body.Types 5 - 7 indicate that the bowel is moving too quickly, which results in poor nutrient absorption. It may also indicate an infection, imbalance, or intolerance. I also chat about what your kids poo colour means, including undigested food, dark stool, green or yellow stool or if your child's poo contains blood or mucus. No matter what you detect in your child's poo, our upcoming free online masterclass – 3 Surprisingly Simple Ways to Transform Your Kids Gut Health to improve behaviour, immunity, allergies, and fussy eating will be able to guide you. The Masterclass will run via two live sessions:Tuesday 26th Oct – Morning SessionWednesday 27th October – Evening Session.Click here to register.Episode Links:Bristol Stool Chart Infographic
Many people think that constipation is just hard, difficult-to-pass stools. But constipation can be more than just those pebbly poos. It is any time that passing a bowel movement is difficult, painful, incomplete, or too infrequent.Even if you feel your kid's stool movement is normal, if they are only going a few times a week, this would be classified as constipation.In this podcast episode, I discuss the main causes of constipation in children. Including: > Dehydration> Dietary factors> Gut bacteria balance> Lack of physical activityThrough years of naturopathic practice, I have seen many children with constipation. In this podcast episode, I share the most effective, natural ways to improve constipation in kids including:> How to help your child recognise the signs of dehydration> The most important dietary change to make to prevent constipation in your kids> Foods to increase to relieve constipation> How to promote a healthy gut to reduce constipation> The most important mineral supplement that you can take to avoid constipation in kids. Episode Links:> Download our free Kids Gut Health eBook for more tips on how to improve your kids gut health. > Read more about constipation in kids here > Listen to Episode 10 - Probiotics for Kids - Do kids need them?> The doors to the Natural Super Kids Klub open next month. Join our waitlist now.This episode is proudly sponsored by my membership, the Natural Super Kids Klub. If you would like to become a member of the Klub to get more helpful resources to help you raise a happy and healthy family click here and pop your name on the waitlist.If you loved this episode, leave me a review! I would super appreciate it. Also, let me know the ways you incorporate rest into your routine by sending me a direct message on Instagram @naturalsuperkids or shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Ardeshir Z. Hashmi MD, FACP, Section Chief of Geriatrics at Cleveland Clinic and is the Endowed Chair of Geriatric Innovation and Section Chief/ He is Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. He has conducted lectures and workshops in geriatrics nationally and internationally. Under Dr. Hashmi's leadership Cleveland Clinic Geriatrics has garnered the following milestones; Age Friendly Health Systems Committed to Care Excellence designation via the Institute for Healthcare Improvement; highest Geriatrics US News and World report national rankings in Cleveland Clinic history; national accreditation as a top tier Level 1 Geriatrics Emergency Department by the American College of Emergency Physicians. Dr. Hashmi's niche area of interest is the intersection of affordable technology solutions and geriatric population health in the service of our most vulnerable populations. Sponsor: www.BeyondDrivingwithDignity.com
Join my private FB group Alcohol Minimalists here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/changeyouralcoholhabit Has this podcast helped you? How about leaving a review: Itunes Follow me on Instagram: @AlcoholMinimalist Have you grabbed your free e-book, "Alcohol Truths: How Much is Safe?" Get it here. Low risk drinking guidelines from the NIAAA: Healthy men under 65: No more than 4 drinks in one day and no more than 14 drinks per week. Healthy women (all ages) and healthy men 65 and older: No more than 3 drinks in one day and no more than 7 drinks per week. One drink is defined as 12 ounces of beer, 5 ounces of wine, or 1.5 ounces of 80-proof liquor. So remember that a mixed drink or full glass of wine are probably more than one drink. Abstinence from alcohol Abstinence from alcohol is the best choice for people who take medication(s) that interact with alcohol, have health conditions that could be exacerbated by alcohol (e.g. liver disease), are pregnant or may become pregnant or have had a problem with alcohol or another substance in the past. Benefits of “low-risk” drinking Following these guidelines reduces the risk of health problems such as cancer, liver disease, reduced immunity, ulcers, sleep problems, complications of existing conditions, and more. It also reduces the risk of depression, social problems, and difficulties at school or work. This week on the podcast, another installation in the "Alcohol &" series. Today the conversation is with Brock Armstrong, fitness coach, podcaster, writer and CBT practitioner and we're talking all about how alcohol, and the science of alcohol, impacts athletic performance. Our conversation hits on these key points with regards to alcohol and how it can affect our bodies in regards to fitness. Dehydration: Brock helps dispel some of the myths around alcohol and whether or not it will dehydrate you. Rebuilding Muscle: Can drinking impact your body's ability to build muscle? Recovery: Working out while your hungover? Learn why it might be hurting you more than helping. Sleep disruption and how that can impair recovery. We also talk about busting belief systems and how to move our conversations with ourselves from "good" and "bad" behavior to better choices. This is a great conversation filled with lots of valuable information. Connect with Brock Armstrong here: Brock Armstrong The article that Brock wrote regarding alcohol and exercise: Exercise and Alcohol
In Episode Six we discuss energy, more specifically food. What you put into your body when pushing it to work hard is important and there are a lot of options.The amount of food that you carry will be influenced by the activity that you are going to do, but it is always best to prepare to support yourself for longer than you expect to as unplanned trip extensions aren't uncommon. When planning for a trip, think about storage of your food, and, more importantly, what you know will work for you. A new diet might seem like a good idea, but as your body adapts it can lead to life-threatening conditions.A part of energy which is often underestimated are electrolytes. It is possible to be poisoned by water, as too much can dilute the important minerals, salts and sugars which are also found in your bloodstream. LINKSSummit-to-eat - https://www.summittoeat.com/en/Firepot - https://www.firepotfood.com/collections/firepot-dehydrated-mealsSaltstick - https://saltstick.com/products/saltstick-fastchews-lemon-lime-1Hyponatremia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyponatremia
If you're choosing effective, early-phase loaded exercises, not over-training or under-training, and you're STILL not seeing muscle growth, chronic inflammation could be why.Chronic inflammation can lead to muscle wasting, fatigue, pain, and more. It could be a reason why you're working out, but not seeing great results.In this episode, Dr. Shannon discusses what contributes to chronic inflammation in the musculoskeletal system: stress, overuse, trauma, and dehydration/nutritional deficits.She discusses why these four things can happen, and how to address them to ultimately see better results. 1:49 How Muscle Mass Can Decrease Your Chronic Inflammation 5:33 Acute Inflammation vs Chronic Inflammation 9:35 Natural Inflammation Cycle After Workouts 11:56 The Top 4 Inflammation Triggers12:50 Stress19:57 Overusing Your Muscles 24:23 Physical Trauma 24:52 Dehydration or Nutritional Deficits 25:45 Symptoms of Chronic Inflammation 26:37 Steps to Decrease Inflammation
Written By: Darrell Vandenbrink Peer Review By: Chris Cochrane Expert Review By: Dr. Adrienne Stedford Objective One: When assessing the acutely ill patient, look for signs and symptoms of dehydration. (e.g., look for dehydration in the patient with a debilitating pneumonia). Objective Two: In the dehydrated patient, assess the degree of dehydration using reliable indicators (e.g., vital signs) as some patients' hydration status may be more difficult to assess (e.g., elderly, very young, pregnant). Objective Three: In a dehydrated patient, Determine the appropriate volume of fluid for replacement of deficiency and ongoing needs Use the appropriate route (oral if the patient is able; IV when necessary). Objective Four: When treating severe dehydration, use objective measures (e.g., lab values) to direct ongoing management. Objective Five: In a dehydrated patient Identify the precipitating illness or cause, especially looking for non-gastro-intestinal, including drug-related, causes Treat the precipitating illness concurrently. Objective Six: Treat the dehydrated pregnant patient aggressively, as there are additional risks of dehydration in pregnancy.