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Jay Gunkelman the Man who has read over 500,000 Brain Scans discusses with Pete Jansons Alpha Waves. Other Topics discussed on the NeuroNoodle Neurofeedback Network Podcast is: Berger Rhythm, Epilepsy, Charlie Yeager Mayo Clinic, Resting State, Perceptional Frame, Odd Ball, Beat Frequency, MU Waves, Barry Sterman, Thalamus, Olfactory Bulb, Reticular Nucleus, Owl Eyes, Monkey Face --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/neuronoodle/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/neuronoodle/support
Learn how the depression and anxiety of people with epilepsy can be addressed in a unique, remote way by clinical psychologist & senior research fellow Milena Gandy - writer of The Wellbeing Neuro Course. ------------------------------------------
Think that the ketogenic was just a trendy diet a few years ago? Not so fast! The ketogenic diet is here to stay and we called on the Keto Katz to explain why they have built a whole business around it. Best friends, registered dietitian, Lisa Mislevy, and expert keto cook, Anna Sherman, have teamed up in and are here to discuss all about the ketogenic diet today! Ironically, it is right on time with what we have coming up in our clinic as well, but more about that later. In our newest podcast episode, we unpack: How did these two best friends get into a ketogenic business together? Who would benefit from a ketogenic diet? Will the ketogenic diet impact your labs for the better? What does the ketogenic diet look like in real life? Is there any fun allowed? Can I have a social life? Is this realistic, time wise? How do we make it easier on ourselves? Where can we order some delicious keto-friendly snacks? Let's dig in!
Do you have someone you know who is struggling with Epilepsy or Kidney Failure? If you do, then tune in because, in this episode, we are going to learn about a woman's son's journey in healing from Epilepsy and her mother's from kidney failure which was treated by Dr. Sridharan. What You'll Learn in this Episode: A boy's health journey from Epilepsy A woman's journey from Kidney failure Conditions/Illnesses mentioned: Seizure Epilepsy Kidney failure Proteinuria Did you know? According to Cleaveland Clinic, Proteinuria (pro-tee-nyur-ee-uh) is a high level of protein in your urine (pee). This condition can be a sign of kidney damage. To learn more, visit their page: ➤ https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/16428-proteinuria SOCIAL MEDIA PAGES : ➤ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hygieiaclinic ➤ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hygieiaclinic/ ➤ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.ca/drs0881/ ➤ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2BCblFP2Of-4n3ps79_-DA FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT OUR WEBSITE: ➤ Website: https://www.hygieiahomeopathy.com/ CONTACT US: ➤ Email: Drs@hygieiahomeopathy.com ➤ Tel: (1)469-403-1999
Is there power in gratitude or is it total BS? Our lives as special needs parents are often complex and overwhelming, so does practicing gratiude really help or is it just a form of toxic positivity? Today the Moms discuss their experiences with practicing gratitude, and if this routine has actually helped them.This weeks QuestionGo to https://www.facebook.com/groups/sothisisholland/ and Tell Us 3 Things That You Are GRATEFUL forConnect with us @https://www.instagram.com/sothisishollandpodcastConnect with Donna @https://www.instagram.com/determineddonnaConnect with Michelle@https://www.instagram.com/Michellefinncoaching and https://michellefinncoaching.comLink to the yellow gratitude journal that Michelle refers to https://a.co/d/anH6NBm
My guest is Casey Halpern, M.D., Chief of Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery and Professor of Neurosurgery at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Halpern's research and clinical practice focus on using deep brain stimulation to treat compulsive and movement disorders (e.g., binge eating disorders, bulimia, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and Parkinson's disease essential tremor, dystonia). We discuss using deep brain stimulation to help patients who suffer from movement and compulsive disorders and applying this treatment to patients afflicted with binge eating. We also explore applications of this technology to other conditions such as OCD, anorexia and tremor, and the future therapeutic directions of the use of non-invasive brain stimulation approaches, including transcranial magnetic stimulation and ultrasound, for the treatment of other psychiatric illnesses and conditions. This episode will interest those curious about the biology of eating, anorexia, bulimia, compulsive thoughts and behaviors, and movement. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman ROKA: https://www.roka.com/huberman Eight Sleep: https://www.eightsleep.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Casey Halpern & Disordered Eating & Brain Stimulation (00:03:18) ROKA, Eight Sleep, InsideTracker (00:07:19) Momentous Supplements (00:08:28) Neurosurgeon's View of the Brain, Neurosurgery Specialization (00:13:05) Deep Brain Stimulation & Other Unexpected Positive Effects (00:17:20) Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Prescriptions & Cognitive Therapies (00:25:40) Brain Areas in OCD, Risk, Rewards & Addiction (00:31:11) AG1 (Athletic Greens) (00:32:27) Facial and Vocal Ticks, Stimulants, Stress & Superstition (00:39:28) Nucleus Accumbens, Reward Circuits, Eating Disorders & Obesity (00:47:18) Stimulation of Nucleus Accumbens, Continuous vs. Episodic Stimulation (00:49:49) Binge Eating Disorder & Loss of Control Eating (00:53:02) Developing Binge Eating Disorder: Predisposition, Environment, Stress (01:02:07) Electrodes in Nucleus Accumbens, Identifying “Craving Cells” (01:11:41) Effects of Stimulation, Interrupting Craving, Intermediate Stimulation (01:16:46) Anorexia, Obesity & Compulsions, Potential Treatments for Anorexia (01:23:14) Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (01:32:27) MRI-Guided Focused Ultrasound: Tremor, Essential Tremor & Parkinson's (01:36:40) Future of Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation, Epilepsy & Depression (01:41:51) Pre-Behavioral States in Compulsion & Awareness, Mood Provocation (01:48:02) Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence & Compulsion Predictions (01:53:05) Neurosurgeon Hands, Resistance Training & Deadlifts (01:59:00) “Neurosurgeon Calm,” Quality Time & Prioritization, Neurosurgeon Training (02:09:53) Daily Habits: Sleep, Exercise, Mediation (02:11:59) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous Supplements, Neural Network Newsletter, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer
Interview with Håkon Magne Vegrim, MD, author of Cancer Risk in Children of Mothers With Epilepsy and High-Dose Folic Acid Use During Pregnancy.Hosted by Cynthia E. Armand, MD.
Interview with Håkon Magne Vegrim, MD, author of Cancer Risk in Children of Mothers With Epilepsy and High-Dose Folic Acid Use During Pregnancy.Hosted by Cynthia E. Armand, MD.
Diets like Ketogenic diet, modified Atkins diet and low glycemic index diet are useful for seizure control. With guidance from a nutritionist, these diets can be helpful! Have you tried any of these diets? Like what you hear? Spread the word! More information about me: https://linktr.ee/Drbillakotamd --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Prenatal exposure to topiramate increases a child's autism odds, according to the study that prompted the inquiry, but experts caution that pregnant people with epilepsy have few other options for controlling seizures. The post U.K. health authority investigates epilepsy drug's link to autism appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.
In episode 2 with Phil Tittensor, he shares with us how and why he became an Epilepsy Consultant Nurse and some of his research projects covering risk communication, climate change, and Artificial Intelligence. If you haven't seen episode #01 with Phil, check it out here: https://epilepsysparksinsights.podbean.com/e/what-is-an-epilepsy-specialist-nurse-phil-tittensor-uk-01 ------------------------------------------
A lot of us believe that our disorder is the reason why our life is not exactly what we want it to be. I know I used to really feel that way. But the truth is, there are a lot of women out there with a lot of different disorders. There's the common ones like ADD, ADHD, Depression & Anxiety. But there is also BPD, OCD and disorders like Epilepsy.We think if we were different we wouldn't have to feel so damn bad about ourselves all of the time. But it turns out that is not true at all. The truth is, we can feel better RIGHT NOW if we change our perspective. Take a listen and let me know what you think.Discover what it could be like to work with Amanda: amandahess.ca/bookacallJoin my free support group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/amandahess
This week we talk to Dr. Refugio Sepulveda about challenges faced by the Hispanic community in accessing quality epilepsy care and learn about a program aimed at addressing these issues. The post Working to Overcome Disparities in Epilepsy Care in the Hispanic Community appeared first on CURE Epilepsy.
The final episode of a three-part episode series called 'Living with Epilepsy: The Student Experience'. Here, Monica Sgouros volunteered to share her experiences of organising epilepsy friendly club nights.
Do you or someone you know have epilepsy? Epilepsy is a disorder often associated with seizures. It can make the lives of those living with it quite difficult as it alters brain activity and can make some normal tasks appear impossible due to abnormal brain activity caused by the disorder. Epilepsy requires support and understanding and with that in mind, the Kewanee Salvation Army has announced that it will host a series of monthly Epilepsy Support Groups, hosted by Stephanie Harcharik with Streator Unlimited who has created a nationally accredited program that helps people with Epilepsy find support and even find work, something that can be great challenge for those with Epilepsy. The first Epilepsy Support Group at the Kewanee Salvation Army will take place on Thursday, September 22nd, at 6 Pm.
Our conversation with Dr. Bonni Goldstein continues today, focusing on the specific ailments and patients who receive medical cannabis.Our conversation with Dr. Bonni Goldstein continues today, focusing on the specific ailments and patients who receive medical cannabis.Bonni Goldstein, M.D., is the owner and medical director of Canna-Centers Wellness and Education, a medical practice devoted to educating patients about the use of cannabis for serious and chronic medical conditions. She is also a medical advisor to Weedmaps.com, the first and largest global technology and media company in the cannabis space.Dr. Goldstein and Dr. Leigh Vinocur discuss autism, epilepsy, and how cannabis can help provide relief.
Catamenial epilepsy is when seizures are influenced by hormones. Many women suffer from catamenial epilepsy, but few are diagnosed as their is no definite way to track it. Is this something that applies to you? More about me: https://linktr.ee/Drbillakotamd --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to NASCO Moments Podcast. This episode is titled "Causes, Treatment & Prevention of Epilepsy" Our guest is Dr. Babong Jemchang ( Consultant & Family Physician) Happy Listening NASCO Group Click Here to follow us on Instagram
Jayne Amelia speaks with Breyon Johnson. Breyon is a former foster youth and now a student at Santa Monica college studying to be a storyboard artist and writer. She's currently working as an intern at Better Youth, a nonprofit that helps youth who face adversity their foot in the door for things like film, video games and animation; and also working at Skydance. Breyon also worked at other internships making films and creating content that can help former foster youth just like her. She's also written a film called “System Failer” that won second place in the film festival that partnered with Kids in the Spotlight and Warner Brothers.BetterYouth.orgIndependent Living ProgramSkydance Media
Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2022.09.12.507339v1?rss=1 Authors: Ammothumkandy, A., Corona, L., Ravina, K., Wolseley, V., Jimenez, N., Armacost, M., D'Orazio, L. M., Nelson, J., Zuverza-Chavarria, V., McCleary, C., Nune, G., Kalayjian, L., Lee, D., Lee, B., Heck, C., Chow, R. H., Russin, J. J., Liu, C. Y., Smith, J. A., Bonaguidi, M. A. Abstract: Mesial temporal lobe epilepsy is a syndromic disorder presenting with seizures and cognitive comorbidities. The cellular mechanisms contributing to epilepsy progression are not well understood. Here we show that intelligence, verbal learning, and memory decline at a critical period when hippocampal neurogenesis becomes undetectable. Individual patient analysis revealed that the number of immature neurons, rather than total granule neurons, particularly benefit verbal learning. These results illustrate a functional role for adult human neurogenesis and reveal a therapeutic target accompanying cognitive decline. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by PaperPlayer
Learn about the value of Epilepsy Specialist Nurses - who often do a whole lot more than their title may imply. This week Phil Tittensor, a consultant nurse for the epilepsies, a lecturer for the Uni of Wolverhampton, and the Chair of the Epilepsy Specialist Nurses Association, UK tells us about the variety of huge responsibilities of Epilepsy Nurses, what services they offer, and why we (patients, families, and neurologists) need them. ------------------------------------------
What do you do when your five-month-old child has seizures that are only happening at night? For writer Marc Palmieri, it was hard to know whether the strained movements and odd facial expressions were a problem for his young daughter Anna, when she had been a healthy, happy baby otherwise. Ultimately, Anna was diagnosed with complex partial seizures, frontal lobe Epilepsy and was able to live a fairly normal life despite having severe epilepsy until age 11. Join host Annette Hines in hearing the adrenaline rush of a nerve-racking, mystery pursuit for Palmieri's family to save Anna when epilepsy completely took control of her body resulting in a serious brain surgery. Palmieri shares how much he learned from Anna about pursuing dreams and overcoming the impossible. You can read about Anna's fight to live on Palmieri's website: www.marcpalmieri.com and his newly released book, SHE DANCED WITH LIGHTNING, My Daughter's Struggle with Epilepsy and Her Boundless Will To Live We would love to hear what you think about this episode. Please leave a review or post a comment on our website: specialneedscompanies.com/podcasts
Dr. Michael Kentris, a neurologist, corrects misconceptions and shares updated research about many important illnesses, including dementia and ALS. He also shares fascinating insights into functional neurological disorder (formerly conversion disorder) and migraines. This episode is for the Sherlock Holmes fans out there! Music by: DJ DanceAlone and ProdLauraCeae.
Shows Notes: Neck-worn "bandage" sensors could better warn of concussions | New Atlas (01:09) One of the dangerous things about sports-related concussions is the fact that athletes may not realize they have one.A new sensor could let them (or their coaches) know. It would go on their neck, not their head. Helmet-integrated sensors, which have been developed, detect the type of impacts associated with concussions; such devices aren't necessarily 100-percent reliable. Because a lot of concussions are associated with their head rapidly moving whiplash-style to one side, researchers at Michigan State University developed a thin-film adhesive-patch sensor that could detect the telltale neck movements. Size of a small bandage prototype device is only about 0.1 mm thick Piezoelectric material that produces an electrical charge when stretched or compressed. Once the material is charged due to the movement of the material, the data is sent to a computer, which will analyze it to determine if a concussion-grade impact occurred. While executing tests with this prototype, they found it performed as well as the helmet-integrated accelerometers at detecting concussion causing impacts, BUT they found the neck-bandage wouldn't produce false readings. The researchers are looking into ways of streamlining the design of the patch, such as equipping it with a transmitter that would wirelessly relay data to a nearby computer or mobile device. Cancer trial amazingly results in 100% remission in every patient | Brighter Side News (07:41) Immunotherapy harnesses the body's own immune system as an ally against cancer. The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center was investigating — for the first time ever — if immunotherapy alone could beat rectal cancer that had not spread to other tissues Sascha Roth, a 6-month participant in the clinical trial, found out, “a team of doctors examined my tests … And since they couldn't find any signs of cancer, Dr. Cercek said there was no reason to make me endure radiation therapy.” These same remarkable results would be repeated for all 14 people — and counting — in the MSK clinical trial for rectal cancer with a particular mutation. The rectal cancer disappeared after immunotherapy — without the need for the standard treatments of radiation, surgery, or chemotherapy the cancer has not returned in any of the patients Dr. Cercek talks on this rewarding experience:“It's incredibly rewarding … to get these happy tears and happy emails from the patients in this study who finish treatment and realize, ‘Oh my God, I get to keep all my normal body functions that I feared I might lose to radiation or surgery.' ” The research team went out to figure out precisely which patients benefit most from immunotherapy, so they can receive it right away. Patients who have tumors with a specific genetic makeup known as mismatch repair-deficient (MMRd) or microsatellite instability (MSI). Between 5% and 10% of all rectal cancer patients are thought to have MMRd tumors. 45,000 Americans are diagnosed a year with rectal cancer. Dr. Diaz talks on the mutation and treatment:“An MMRd tumor develops a defect in its ability to repair certain types of mutations that occur in cells. When those mutations accumulate in the tumor, they stimulate the immune system, which attacks the mutation-ridden cancer cells.” An immunotherapy agent called a checkpoint inhibitor releases the brakes on an immune cell, freeing it to recognize and attack cancer cells. The patients were given the checkpoint inhibitor dostarlimab (Jemperli) intravenously every three weeks, for six months. Another amazing thing is removing the toxicity of chemotherapy, which Dr. Cercek mentions:“The most exciting part of this is that every single one of our patients has only needed immunotherapy. We haven't radiated anybody, and we haven't put anybody through surgery … They have preserved normal bowel function, bladder function, sexual function, fertility. Women have their uterus and ovaries. It's remarkable.” A memory prosthesis could restore memory in people with damaged brains | MIT Technology Review (15:09) A unique form of brain stimulation appears to boost people's ability to remember new information—by mimicking the way our brains create memories. Given the term: memory prosthesis It involves inserting an electrode deep into the brain, and it seems to work in people with memory disorders.Copies what happens in the hippocampus Effective in people who had poor memory to begin with The researchers, at University of Southern California, think future devices like this one could help people with memory loss due to brain injuries or as a result of aging or degenerative diseases like Alzheimer's. The hippocampus that it is mimicking helps us form short-term memories but also appears to direct memories to other regions for long-term storage. The researchers' overall idea is to use brain electrodes to understand the electrical patterns of activity that occur when memories are encoded.Then use those same electrodes to fire similar patterns of activity. The team has tested versions of this prosthesis in animals and in some human volunteers with epilepsy who already had electrodes implanted in their brains. Two versions:Memory decoding model (MDM), mimics patterns of electrical activity across the hippocampus that occur naturally when each volunteer successfully forms memories. Multi-input, multi-output (or MIMO), more closely mimics how the hippocampus works by learning the patterns of electrical inputs and outputs that correspond with memory encoding, and then mimicking them. The research team saw memory test improvements ranging from 11% to 54% for the MDM prosthetics. The MIMO model had even better results, on average. The biggest improvements were seen in people who had the worst memory performance at the start of the experiment. The researchers hope that their memory prosthesis could one day be widely used to restore memory in people with memory disorders. Team Says It Assembled the Most Complex Synthetic Microbiome | GenEngNews (20:15) Scientists at Stanford University report that they have built the most complex and well-defined synthetic microbiome, creating a community of over 100 bacterial species that was successfully transplanted into mice. The ability to add, remove, and edit individual species will allow scientists to better understand the links between the microbiome and health.Additionally, this could lead to developing first-in-class microbiome therapies. Each cell in the microbiome occupies a specific functional niche, performing reactions that break down and build up molecules. To build a microbiome: Was remarkably stable, with 98% of the constituent species colonizing the gut of these germ-free mice. Ensure that the final mixture is stable, meaning maintains a balance without any single species overpowering the rest. Needs to be functional, performing all the actions of a complete, natural microbiome. They selected over 100 bacterial strains that were present in at least 20% of the Human Microbiome Project (HMP) individuals. They grew in individual stocks and then mixed into one combined culture to make what they call human community one, or hCom1. They found over 20 new bacterial species that inserted themselves in at least two of their three fecal transplant studies.Adding those to their initial community and removing those that failed to take root in mouse guts gave them a new community of 119 strains, dubbed hCom2. Why is this important?The researchers believe that hCom2, or future versions of it, will enable similar reductionist studies that reveal the bacterial agents involved in other areas, like immunotherapy responses. New AI Algorithm Could Lead to an Epilepsy Cure | SciTechDaily (26:00) Researchers working under the direction of University College London have created an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm that can identify subtle brain abnormalities that cause epileptic seizures.Multicentre Epilepsy Lesion Detection (MELD) Analyzed more than 1,000 patient MRI images from 22 international epilepsy centers. Focal cortical dysplasia are brain regions that have developed abnormally and often cause drug-resistant epilepsy.Finding the lesions on an MRI is an ongoing problem for physicians since MRI scans for FCDs can appear normal. The scientists utilized about 300,000 locations throughout the brain to develop the algorithm, which measured cortical features using MRI scans.How thick or folded the cortex/brain surface was. Then professional radiologists classified MRI examples as either having FCD or having a healthy brain, which served as the algorithm's training data. According to the results, the algorithm was successful in identifying the FCD in 67% of cases in the cohort (538 participants). The MELD algorithm was able to detect FCD in 63% of instances where professional radiologists did not detect the existing abnormality. Co-senior author, Dr. Konrad Wagstyl stated:“This algorithm could help to find more of these hidden lesions in children and adults with epilepsy, and enable more patients with epilepsy to be considered for brain surgery that could cure epilepsy and improve their cognitive development. Roughly 440 children per year could benefit from epilepsy surgery in England.” The MELD FCD classifier tool can be run on any patient with a suspicion of having an FCD who is over the age of 3 years and has an MRI scan.
Karl Sterling is a neuro-rehabilitation specialist and NASM Master Trainer based in Syracuse, New York, and is the creator of the Parkinson's Regeneration Training ® and NeuroMotor Training ® education programs. While his extensive experience as a rehabilitation specialist includes working with a variety of populations, he primarily specializes in working with clients who have movement disorders such as Parkinson's disease, MSA (Multiple System Atrophy), MS, Charcot-Marie-Tooth, Alzheimer's, Epilepsy, Autism, and more. Karl travels extensively around the world as public speaker, keynote speaker, and educator in the movement disorder, human movement, and personal growth arenas. He is the Chief Operating Officer of Agile Human Performance, Inc. and owner/CEO of NeuroMotor Training LLC, which currently offer courses worldwide. In his second book, "Parkinson's Empowerment Training" author Karl Sterling goes deep into exploring many areas that will help the person with PD to manage symptoms and improve quality of movement, cognition, memory, and life. Topics include: the power of hope, empowerment, and belief how to maximize neuroplasticity sleep management benefits of using Power Plate and whole body vibration learn about the many roles of dopamine improve memory and cognition "Nutrition in Parkinson's Disease" written by dietitian, Cynthia Lopez www.karlsterling.com
Nowadays, if there is a field where people can understand and support the use of Advance Technology, such as Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence is that of Medicine. Then, we can all come together and agree on the need for research and development of solutions that can save and improve our lives. Yet, it is a complex conversation; let's have it.In this episode, we talk with Dr. Konrad Wagstyl, a Sir Wellcome Research Fellow at the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging, UCL. As part of this work, he co-leads the Multicentre Epilepsy Lesion Detection project, an open science collaboration to develop machine learning algorithms to automatically detect subtle focal cortical dysplasias in patients worldwide.While talking about his specific field of research, we decided to zoom out and widen the conversation to the more extensive application of advanced technology, algorithms, AI, ML, and the need for a large amount of data to get results.How are privacy, complexity, contextualization, and information sharing playing a role in the research, development, and application of such advancement in the field of Medicine?This and so much more in this Redefining Technology Conversation.Enjoy!____________________________GuestKonrad WagstylSir Henry Wellcome Research Fellow at the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging [@WCHN_UCL]On LinkedIn | https://www.linkedin.com/in/konrad-wagstyl-085235a2/On Twitter | https://twitter.com/konradwagstyl____________________________Resources Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging: https://www.fil.ion.ucl.ac.uk/Article about AI & epilepsy: https://theconversation.com/epilepsy-how-an-ai-algorithm-detects-related-brain-abnormalities-new-research-188610Multicentre Epilepsy Lesion Detection project: https://meldproject.github.io/____________________________This Episode's SponsorsBugcrowd
A bit more about our main takeaways from our chat with Dr. Callie Seaman on cannabis and epilepsy. We take a deeper look into Epidiolex, the CBD pharmaceutical that is prescribed for epilepsy and the possible molecular mechanisms that underlie the effects. We also talk about chemodiversity which is our favorite part of the what the cannabis plant has to offer therapeutically. Next week we're covering our favorite topic: the science o' smoke! Disclaimer: Everything in this podcast is the opinion of the hosts and those interviewed; this is not medical advice. - - - - - - Try Our Products: www.profoundnaturals.com Contact Us: www.smokenscience.com Instagram: instagram.com/smokenol YouTube: youtube.com/c/smokenol Reddit: reddit.com/r/smokenscience If you are a licensed processor who is interested in working with us contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org !
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Triggers for epilepsy can differ from person to person. Here, we discuss some common triggers as well as how to identify them. Like what you hear? Tell a friend- https://linktr.ee/Drbillakotamd --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that causes recurrent, unprovoked seizures. While there are pharmaceutical medications that treat epilepsy, not everyone responds well to them, and cannabis has been shown to have huge therapeutic potential in reducing or completely stopping seizures. We are thrilled to be joined in this episode by Dr. Callie Seaman, PhD a cannabis scientist with epilepsy who shares our love for this amazing plant and our outlook on the incredible potential of the unknown in the universe! Disclaimer: Everything in this podcast is the opinion of the hosts and those interviewed; this is not medical advice. - - - - - - Try Our Products: www.profoundnaturals.com (10% discount: PODFAN0822) Contact Us: www.smokenscience.com Instagram: instagram.com/smokenol YouTube: youtube.com/c/smokenol Reddit: reddit.com/r/smokenscience If you are a licensed processor who is interested in working with us contact us at email@example.com !
Tonight's success story is about Royden and his 2 yesr Journey of Epilepsy, feeling out of control. he suffered with lots of Seizures , they went to multiple medical doctors and couldn't find the right help accountability and ultimately amazing success story. He took control of his life by committing to a schedule. Going to bed and arising at the same time, Getting rid of brain fatigue protecting the nerves and. building up his Immune system In addition, He was treated with: Nural Therapy IV vitamin C Theta Pod Blood tests You can beat your disease. Royden is a Awesome example. If you or someone you care about has Epilepsy, you can receive more information from www.westcliniconline.com You are NOT your diagnosis.
Hello! I return!Today we will be talking about the neuroscience of seizures and epilepsy. Brought about an imbalance of the accelerators (excitatory circuits) and brakes (inhibitory circuits) of the brain, seizures are pretty terrifying events. They're marked by temporary confusion, a staring spell, uncontrollable jerking of the arms and legs (like what you see when someone depicts a seizure on gray's anatomy), loss of consciousness, or even some cognitive and emotional symptoms. Curious to find out what the heck the brain is up to during seizures? Come and listen to find out more!Please rate, review, and subscribe and if you have any questions, comments, concerns, queries, or complaints, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM me at NeuroscienceAmateurHour on Instagram.Also if you have the means/desire to financially support this podcast - please go to https://www.buymeacoffee.com/neuroscienceI really appreciate it!!!Citations and relevant papers are below! Types of Seizures. www.hopkinsmedicine.org. https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditions-and-diseases/epilepsy/types-of-seizures#:~:text=Focal%20onset%20seizures%20start%20inRs F, Jh C, Ja F, et al. Operational Classification of Seizure Types by the International League Against Epilepsy: Position Paper of the ILAE Commission for Classification and Terminology. Epilepsia. Published April 1, 2017. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/28276060/Types of Seizures. Epilepsy Foundation. https://www.epilepsy.com/what-is-epilepsy/seizure-typesArticles. Cedars-Sinai. https://www.cedars-sinai.org/health-library/diseases-and-conditions/m/myoclonic-epilepsy.htmlBromfield EB, Cavazos JE, Sirven JI. Basic Mechanisms Underlying Seizures and Epilepsy. Nih.gov. Published 2015. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK2510/Peng SJ, Hsin YL. Functional Connectivity of the Corpus Callosum in Epilepsy Patients with Secondarily Generalized Seizures. Frontiers in Neurology. 2017;8. doi:10.3389/fneur.2017.00446Kim T, Nguyen P, Pham N, et al. Epileptic Seizure Detection and Experimental Treatment: A Review. Frontiers in Neurology. 2020;11. doi:10.3389/fneur.2020.00701Ammothumkandy A, Ravina K, Wolseley V, et al. Altered adult neurogenesis and gliogenesis in patients with mesial temporal lobe epilepsy. Nature Neuroscience. 2022;25(4):493-503. doi:10.1038/s41593-022-01044-2CDKL5 cyclin dependent kinase like 5 [Homo sapiens (human)] - Gene - NCBI. www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov. Accessed August 3, 2022. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/gene/6792CDKL5 Deficiency Disorder. Epilepsy Foundation. Accessed August 3, 2022. https://www.epilepsy.com/causes/genetic/cdkl5-disorderSørensen AT, Kokaia M. Novel approaches to epilepsy treatment. Epilepsia. 2012;54(1):1-10. doi:10.1111/epi.12000Rogawski MA, Löscher W. The neurobiology of antiepileptic drugs. Nature Reviews Neuroscience. 2004;5(7):553-564. doi:10.1038/nrn1430Support the show
Dr. Jennifer Anderson, MD. Her passion for Cannabinoid medicine started 4 yrs ago when her son with intractable epilepsy had failed all treatments and she was forced to close her practice. Seizing multiple times per hour, she knew the outlook was dire and after one dose of CBD, she saw dramatic results. Her passion for Cannabinoid medicine started in 2017, when her son with intractable epilepsy had failed all treatments and she was forced to close my practice. Seizing multiple times per hour she knew the outlook was dire and after 1 dose of CBD she saw dramatic results. Over the past year, I have committed to helping other kids who have failed all options explore cannabinoids and have seen amazing results. Over the past 4 years, Jennifer has committed to helping other kids who have failed all options explore cannabinoids and have seen amazing results. She is a physician with a child that has intractable epilepsy who failed all treatments and was turned around after a trial of cannabis.
Dr. Adithya Sivaraju discusses the Neurology article, "Factors Predicting Outcome After Intracranial EEG Evaluation in Patients With Medically Refractory Epilepsy". Show references: https://n.neurology.org/content/99/1/e1 This podcast is sponsored by argenx. Visit www.vyvgarthcp.com for more information.
Join Greg as he interviews two heroes of the epilepsy social sphere: @BrainAblaze and @TiffanyKairos. Plus, Greg shares his short list of epilepsy social must-follows. All this and more… The Talk About It podcast is sponsored by Seizures Are Signs — dedicated to educating families on the importance of early and specific diagnosis by providing an assessment to help get the conversation started, educational information, stories from families who have found a diagnosis, links to advocacy groups, and more. For more information, go to SeizuresAreSigns.com. Seizures are Signs is made available by Jazz Pharmaceuticals
Epilepsy/seizure disorders disproportionately affects women of reproductive age over men. The influence of sex hormones on seizure prevalence is well documented. As women's healthcare providers, it's vital for us to understand the influence of seizure disorders on women's overall care. In this session, we will review important aspects regarding contraception and review the data on pregnancy outcomes in women with epilepsy.
Weekend update Saturday…Entrepreneur and best-selling author Stacey Chillemi of “The Complete Herbal Guide” returns with a new book “Epilepsy-You're Not Alone: A Personal View on How to Cope with the Disorder” taking readers on an epic journey through the everyday challenges of living with epilepsy and offering practical advice for coping with the condition and living a happy and productive life! Check out Stacey's new book on Amazon and other major retailers plus her latest releases and new podcast at www.staceychillemi.com today! #staceychillemi #thecompleteherbalguide #author #entrepreneur #epilepsy #epilepsyyourenotalone #herbal #naturalmedicine #podcast #amazon #audible #iheartradio #spreaker #spotify #applemusic #youtube #anchorfm #mikewagner #themikewagnershow #mikewagnerstaceychillemi #themikewagnershowstaceychillemi --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themikewagnershow/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/themikewagnershow/support
Weekend update Saturday…Entrepreneur and best-selling author Stacey Chillemi of “The Complete Herbal Guide” returns with a new book “Epilepsy-You're Not Alone: A Personal View on How to Cope with the Disorder” taking readers on an epic journey through the everyday challenges of living with epilepsy and offering practical advice for coping with the condition and living a happy and productive life! Check out Stacey's new book on Amazon and other major retailers plus her latest releases and new podcast at www.staceychillemi.com today! #staceychillemi #thecompleteherbalguide #author #entrepreneur #epilepsy #epilepsyyourenotalone #herbal #naturalmedicine #podcast #amazon #audible #iheartradio #spreaker #spotify #applemusic #youtube #anchorfm #mikewagner #themikewagnershow #mikewagnerstaceychillemi #themikewagnershowstaceychillemi --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/themikewagnershow/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/themikewagnershow/support
Alfred George, Jr., MD, is a pioneer in understanding the mechanisms by which ion channel mutations cause a variety of inherited disorders, such as genetic epilepsy. He discusses his recent breakthroughs in the field and his optimism for future RNA therapeutics to treat rare genetic diseases.
This week epilepsy advocate and mother Kate Neale Cooper explains how a new diagnostic tool enabled doctors to localize her daughter's seizures after 16-years and ultimately perform successful epilepsy surgery. The post Determination and New Technology Lead to Successful Epilepsy Surgery appeared first on CURE Epilepsy.
Join me as I discuss the thought process that goes in to choosing an anti-seizure medication with epileptologist Dr. Rohit Marawar! He gives us some excellent advice in particular regarding anti-seizure medication in the older population. You can find Dr. Marawar online here:Twitter: https://twitter.com/rohitmarawarhttps://neurology.med.wayne.edu/profile/gg8831Find me on Twitter @DrKentris or send me an email at email@example.com-----------------------------------------------------The views expressed do not necessarily represent those of any associated organizations. The information in this podcast is for educational and informational purposes only and does not represent specific medical/health advice. Please consult with an appropriate health care professional for any medical/health advice.
This week we discuss the Government doing less then stellar projects to manipulate the masses. Are video games truly addictive and do they really make people want to commit more crime? Well we here are not sold but if we ever see a Polybius arcade game we would surely love to play it. Also a note there is no flashing lights with this audio medium. Thanks for listening and remember to like, rate, review, and email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet us at @C3Podcast. Also check out our Patreon: www.patreon.com/cultscryptidsconspiracies. Thank you to T.J. Shirley for our theme.
Dr. Farrah Mateen talks with Dr. Nicoline Schiess about the WHO Brain Health Unit and the Intersectoral Global Action Plan for Epilepsy and Other Neurological Disorders. This podcast is sponsored by argenx. Visit www.vyvgarthcp.com for more information.
"Never listen when they tell you your child will not, encourage them to do the best they can do"- Belinda Hammond, CCLS Belinda shares her son's journey with low tone, epilepsy and autism and how her professional and personal experiences collided, giving her an invaluable perspective as a parent and professional. This episode is in our top 5 most downloaded episodes to date. [4:39] Belinda notices her son is not meeting some major developmental milestones [5:17] Receiving a low tone diagnosis as an infant [10:00] Belinda shares a touching moment in her son's journey to run a 5k [12:39] Finding activities your child likes to incorporate into therapy [13:34] She gets a phone call from Justins school, Belinda begins to search for answers [14:57] Additionally, she learns her son is having absent seizures and after a neurology referral learns he has Epilepsy [15:41] After hearing feedback from her son's school, Belinda decides to homeschool Justin [19:53] Getting her Masters degree helped her become a stronger advocate for her son and patients [22:45] In addition to low tone and seizures, Belinda shares about Justin's mild autism spectrum diagnosis at age 5 [24:50] Belinda describes how going back to school was self-care for her [28:54] Working on self-confidence [30:09] Justin's amazing attitude and ability to push forward is inspiring to Belinda If you would like to connect with Belinda, you can email her, or connect through her website and Facebook pages. Whether you are a parent or professional, we want you to join our community. Sign up for our newsletter here.Parents, download our free parent starter kit. When you download our starter kit, you'll learn how to: Give medicine to your child without it becoming a wrestling match Prepare your child (and yourself) for a shot so they can feel less anxious Create and use a coping plan for any medical appointment or procedure The first sign of sniffles, or worse, shouldn't send you into a tailspin. Feel confident in your role as a parent and advocate, no matter what medical situation you're facing. Child life specialists, get affordable PDUs on-demand here. Shop for your CLOC gear here. Catch up with CLOC on Instagram, Facebook and meet Katie for a Q+A every Monday at 10 AM CST.