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In this episode, John welcomes Dr. Wren McCallister from Edmonds, Washington, the founder of Better Health Made Easy and HandGuyMD. Dr. McCallister is a Medical Doctor with a background in orthopedics and sports medicine. He shares his journey into entrepreneurship and how he noticed a gap in the healthcare system. Dr. McCallister realized that many patients were showing up late in the game when surgery was their only option or spending unnecessary time at the doctor's office for simple information. This led him to create HandGuyMD, a platform aimed at providing accurate and specific medical information to empower individuals to make informed decisions about their health. Dr. McCallister's personal experience with Metabolic Syndrome also inspired him to focus on the fundamentals of health: sleep, mindset, nutrition, and exercise. As he made positive changes in his own life, his patients began to notice and inquire about his transformation. Dr. McCallister's mission is to address the after-effects of systemic disease and chronic inflammation by promoting a holistic approach to health and wellness. Chapters: 00:03:05 Unstoppable Salespeople: Conquer Every Obstacle with Relentless Persuasion 00:08:26 From Blood Draw to Wake-Up Call: Unveiling the Hidden Dangers of Metabolic Syndrome 00:14:25 The Ethical Overlay of a Killer Product 00:16:47 Choosing Health: Making Decisions Like a Proactive Individual 00:20:06 The Real Link: How Lifestyle Factors Drive 90% of Health Problems 00:25:44 Unmasking the Truth: Why Health Coaching is Vital Beyond Natural Remedies 00:31:55 From Limping to Thriving: How Self-Care Transformed My Health 00:36:15 Taking Action: Unlocking Success in Small Business Links Mentioned: HandGuyMD Online HandGuyMD Instagram HandGuyMD Facebook HandGuyMD YouTube Beefy Marketing Small Business Origins John Kelley's Links
Let's dive under the covers of sleep science with behavioral neuroscientist and sleep researcher, Dr. Erin Hanlon. Learn how sleep influences mood, weight management, heart health, and more. We'll also shed light on sleep's unique challenges and solutions across age groups, debunk deep-seated sleep myths, weigh the pros and cons of sleep aids – and discuss alternatives. Whether you're a restless youngster or a senior seeking serenity, Dr. Hanlon's insights will guide you to the restorative rest you've been dreaming of.Molly's past podcast with Dr. Erin Hanlon on The Science of Sleep: The Life-Changing Impact of Sleep on Our Brain + BodyPart 1: https://apple.co/46skuY3Part 2: https://apple.co/3RjSzVRNYT: Sleep Better at Every Age | https://nyti.ms/3PctlGaNYT: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Can't Sleep? Try This Proven Alternative to Medication | https://nyti.ms/3rcQUGP
Let's explore the concept of micro-rejections and how they can affect us emotionally. We are discussing the physiological and psychological reasons behind why these seemingly insignificant rejections can hurt so much, especially for individuals with ADHD. My amazing guest is licensed counselor, founder of Humanity Hive, and ADHD specialist, Candin Phillips, who sheds light on Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria. Tune in to learn more about this phenomenon and discover ways to navigate and cope with micro-rejections.Notable Timestamps:[00:04:30] What is Rejection sensitivity dysphoria?[00:09:39] Women and ADHD diagnosis. [00:12:20] Importance of ADHD testing. [00:16:06] Overcoming the pressure to perform. [00:20:37] Overachievers and people-pleasing. [00:25:03] Setting proper boundaries. [00:27:22] Setting boundaries and documenting achievements. [00:31:54] RSD and assumptions in relationships. [00:35:26] Rejection Sensitivity and Medication. [00:37:30] Shifting approach to ADHD. [00:40:16] Bilateral simulation for healing. References mentioned:Schedule a FREE breakthrough call with me Want to take these ideas and apply them to your life? Let's do it!Apply for the Effective Collective Mastermind - Mastermind for moms with too much on their plate to get what they truly desire (only a few spots left; starts in October)Month of Miracles FREE DOWNLOAD- 31 actionable ideas for miracles everyday for a month!Get on my email list These are the emails you can actually WANT to open. BTS on how I went from burnt-out to audaciously aligned and how you can do it, too!Surprisingly True Useful Fun Fact ResearchConnect with Candin Phillips:IG - her account is amazing, y'all!Candin's Support LinksALLISON HARE'S LINKS:EFFECTIVE COLLECTIVE MOTHER MASTERMIND: Schedule a free exploratory call here.AllisonHare.com - Late Learner Podcast, personal journal and blog, danceInstagram - Steps to heal yourself, move society forward, and slinging memes and dancing (seriously, Allison is also a dance fitness instructor)Late Learner IGYouTube ChannelBlog - quick, way more personal, deeper topics - make sure to subscribeTikTok - documenting my journey one lo-fi video at a timeReb3l Dance Fitness - Try it at home! Free month with this link.Personal Brand - need help building yours? Schedule a call with me here and let's discuss.Feedback and Contact:: email@example.com
Do you feel burned out? My guest on this week's podcast, Dr. Neha Sangwan, defines burnout as exhaustion, ineffectiveness, and cynicism. Once that trifecta occurs, you're in trouble - and most of us have been there. How do you bounce back from true burnout? What role can medicine, spirituality, and social groups play? Listen in to learn more. Listen and learn: Why exhaustion, ineffectiveness, and cynicism typify burnout How to find “your people” if you're socially isolated Why it's important to identify your core values Which medication and natural interventions can act as a bridge back to balance Links Dr Neha's Site ABOUT OUR GUEST Dr. Neha Sangwan is an internal medicine physician, international speaker, and corporate communications expert. She is the author of new book, Powered by Me: From Burned Out to Fully Charged at Work and in Life. Like the Show? Leave us a review Check out our YouTube channel Visit www.yogabody.com
Did you know if your child has a rash on their skin, it might be related to the food they're eating?So putting hydrocortisone cream on the skin may not even be helping!Dr. Rebecca Georgia is a licensed naturopathic doctor and a huge proponent of getting to the ROOT CAUSE of health conditions.She herself was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis as a senior in high school, and traditional medicine failed her.But through her own natural interventions, Dr. Georgia was able to eventually heal her pain!If you or someone you know has struggled to heal themselves with the traditional medical route, you'll definitely want to tune into this episode!Connect with Dr. GeorgiaWebsite: Family Clinic of Natural Medicine Youtube page: Dr. Georgia Connect with Luke:Join my FREE Facebook Group: Men's Fitness and HealthInstagram: @lukebriggsfitnessYouTube: Luke BriggsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
What percentage of vitamins & aminos do most people get from their diet: * 100% - 33% * 75% - 25% * 50% - 42% Upcoming Titan Sponsored Events: * 10/12 - HART Employee Health Fair at the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Headquarters * 10/21 - Hurricane Pro at the St. Petersburg Coliseum 535 Fourth Avenue North St. Petersburg, FL 33701 * 11/2 - 11/5 - Olympia 2023 in Orlando! * 11/19 - Festivals of Speed at the Ritz-carlton in Orlando * TBA - Cars and Couture Text: titanmedical to: 22828 to get on our emailing list! Titan podcasts: https://titanmedicallifestylepodcast.fireside.fm Titancomplete #titantalk #titanlifestyle #weightloss #loseweight #titantalk #titan #health #vitamins #injectablevitamins #johntsikouris #titanmedical #titanmedicalcenter #livestream #titan #medicalcenter #fitness #aminos #vitamins #medicalscience #bodybuilding #podcast #liveqanda #obs #livestream Click here for our link to the New patient Paperwork to get started with Titan & our full list of social media! https://linktr.ee/TitanMedicalCenter And of course you can call/text anytime for more info: 727-389-3220 or http://titanmedicalcenter.com/ We service NATIONWIDE! Text:titanmedical to:22828 to get on our emailing list About Titan Medical Center: We offer Hormone Replacement Therapy, Medical Weight Loss, Injectable Vitamin & Amino Therapies, Relationship, Bedroom Enhancing Therapies, On-Site or Nationwide Blood Work Testing, Peptide Therapies, In-House IV Therapy, & Primary Care. We are based in Tampa, Florida but YES we service NATIONWIDE! We can help you enhance your life and performance while operating at optimal health levels. We have medical doctors and start with blood work testing to get you on the right track! Some of our therapies are available without blood work testing. Call Titan Medical Center to learn how you can have a healthier, stronger life. We offer telemedicine (via FaceTime or Skype) from the comfort of your own home where you will see a licensed medical provider. Our Titan therapies are doctor prescribed & shipped directly to your doorstep from a licensed US pharmacy!
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Discussion of ADHD is EVERYWHERE in the news and social media. Often we hear patients, friends, and family members stating “I saw a post on FB/Instagram/Twitter/TikTok about ADHD that resonated with me, should I get tested?” While many people experience periods of inattention, unfocused motor activity, and impulsivity, those with ADHD experience these symptoms to a much greater degree, and these behaviors can often interfere with their social lives, working lives, and general mental health. Depending on your age and many other social factors, screening and evaluation for ADHD may have passed you over during your young, formative years. Thankfully, meaningful research exists to provide helpful data on how to diagnose and manage this condition!So let's learn more, shall we? Thankfully we have a wonderful expert guest in the field of Neuropsychology to educate us today. Welcome, Leslie Guidotti Breting, Ph.D., ABPPDr. Leslie Guidotti Breting is a board-certified, clinical neuropsychologist and director of Neuropsychology at NorthShore University Health System where she has practiced since 2010. She serves at a national level on the Board of Directors for the American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology and is the Chair of the Student Affairs Committee for the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology. She has been engaged in clinical research, publishing extensively on the topics of ADHD, epilepsy, mTBI, and concussion. She conducts neuropsychological evaluations for adults, including those concerned about ADHD. She has also evaluated professional and collegiate athletes for therapeutic use exemption for stimulants related to treatment for ADHD.The key moments in this episode include:00:01:15 - Prevalence of ADHD, 00:02:39 - Increase in ADHD Diagnosis Rates? 00:05:07 - What is a Neuropsychologist? 00:16:20 - Genetics and Heritability of ADHD 00:17:22 - Screening for ADHD 00:19:08 - Overdiagnosis of ADHD? 00:21:45 - Diagnosing ADHD in Young Children 00:23:17 - Challenges in Diagnosing ADHD 00:31:26 - ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder Co-Occurrence 00:32:10 - Symptoms of ADHD in Adults00:35:23 - Pathophysiology of ADHD 00:36:50 - Executive Functioning and ADHD00:49:19 - Medication and Treatment Options00:58:16 - "Growing out" of ADHD 01:02:29 - Algorithm of Probability for ADHD Diagnosis - new research01:03:03 - No Blood TestsRESOURCES FOR TODAY'S EPISODE:CHADD- Children and Adults with ADHD website.American Academy of Child and Adult Psychiatry ADHD Resource Center. Find a board-certified Clinical Neuropsychologist through the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology website.Dr. Leslie Guidotti-Breting's professional NorthShore University page. For more episodes, limited edition merch, or to become a Friend of Your Doctor Friends (and more), follow this link! This includes the famous "Advice from the last generation of doctors that inhaled lead" shirt that Julie wears in this episode :)Also, CHECK OUT AMAZING HEALTH PODCASTS on
When our children are struggling with their mental health, it can be hard knowing how to help them. However, in addition to therapy, medication can be a viable and effective option for improving your child's mental health. In this episode of Mind Your Mind, our host Tim Unsinn talks with psychiatric mental health nurse Amanda Daggett about how to know if your child needs medication, what the process is for a prescription, and how to tell if their medication is right for them.
Having a child in the NICU can be a very stressful and emotional experience for parents. In this episode of Raising Joy, we talk to Landy Blackmore, whose daughter, Tillie, was born prematurely and spent time in Cook Children's NICU. Landy shares her personal story and offers practical advice on how to cope with the emotional rollercoaster that comes with having a child in the NICU.Whether you're feeling overwhelmed, scared, or simply exhausted, Landy's insights and support can help you navigate this difficult time.If you're a parent whose child is in the NICU, or if you know someone who is, be sure to listen to this episode of Raising Joy!
Listen as Professor Pieter Kappetein, Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Cardiac Surgery at Medtronic, speaks with Dr. Juan Crestanello of Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, Dr. Mark Cunningham of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, MA, and Dr. Katherine Harrington of Baylor, Scott, and White in Plano, TX, about anticoagulation after bioprosthetic aortic valve replacement. Topics include: anticoagulation guideline compliance, medication options, strategies based on patient age, and thoughts on future practices.
In today's enlightening conversation, I had the privilege of joining Tristan Scott and Ryan Brown, the dynamic hosts of the 'Decentralized Radio' podcast. Tristan, with his impressive background as an electrical engineer and a deep passion for health, nutrition, regenerative agriculture, and more, shared a personal journey that pushed him towards understanding the intricacies of health and the existing flaws in our food and farming systems. Having battled post concussive syndrome (PCS), he's delved deep into the realm of self-healing, which has fostered his dedication to educating society on potential improvements. Outside of these profound conversations, Tristan can be found immersed in the outdoors, whether he's skiing, hiking, camping, or kayaking amidst the breathtaking landscapes of the Mountain West.We deeply delved into the essence of holistic health. Advocating for doctors to act more as guides than traditional gatekeepers, I emphasized the synergy of various health avenues—from psychedelic and functional medicine to nutrition and mindfulness. It's crucial for patients to be empowered with an array of tools, echoing a shift I've observed: health and wellness moving beyond mere medication, with both physicians and patients growing more receptive to holistic practices. It's this rich blend of individual stories and collective learning that, to me, paints the full picture of health and wellness in our modern age.In essence, our discussion was a thorough examination of contemporary well-being. We delved into the confluence of tradition, technology, and conscious choices, aiming to shed light on strategies for leading a balanced life in a rapidly evolving digital age. For those seeking insights into holistic health, our conversation serves as an informative guide, underscoring the importance of mindfulness, self-awareness, and a proactive approach to personal wellness.Key Points From This Episode:Passion for health and wellness [00:09:56]Medication dependency and lack of knowledge [00:15:10]Embrace discomfort for personal growth [00:19:58]Embrace struggles for personal growth [00:30:08]Shift towards holistic health [00:35:34]Sleep, nutrition, movement, & mind [00:50:10]Biohacking for optimal health [00:54:28]Instant gratification hinders long-term health [01:04:09]The joy of spearfishing and its rewards [01:10:09]Breathing techniques for stress reduction [01:19:20]Be intentional with your phone [01:41:20]Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Click HERE to save on BiOptimizers MagnesiumDecentralized RadioTristan Scott on InstagramRyan Brown FacebookBreathwork PodcastDavid 'Jacko' JacksonRa OpticsSleep BlogBreathwork BlogSupport the show
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The questions for the podcast have come pouring in, and it has been an important confirmation of what we already know: there are many knowledge gaps to fill for women when it comes to their hormone health. Hormones can be very complicated on an individual level, and more often than not, women are not getting the help that they need to navigate this important health concern. The most important thing is to remember that help is available. You don't have to do this alone. Your hormone health is a legitimate and valid priority. For today's episode, we are sharing answers to some of your most important questions so you can find some answers and gain some traction toward embarking on your own hormone health journey. In this episode: ● Why personalized professional help is so important. ● What hormone factors can cause heart palpitations. ● The best way to wean off of hormone medications. ● What basal body temperature can tell you about your thyroid. ● What to do if your hypothyroid symptoms return. ● Why you shouldn't take HRT compounds. ● Which hormones can potentially lead to fluid retention. ● What width your endometrial lining should be. ● Why you should do a Dutch test to figure out your estrogen metabolism. ● What a healthy range of estradiol looks like. ● Why oral progesterone might make you too tired. ● How to take progesterone if you need an alternative method. ● Why testosterone pellets raise women's testosterone levels sky high. ● Why it's crucial for accuracy to test free testosterone levels. ● What symptoms you may have if you have too much progesterone. ● How long to wait for hormone testing after IUD removal. ● Symptoms you may experience with loss of estrogen. 20 Pounds Down No more Pain and Energy is Back! Plus, what to look for and what to avoid in a hormone replacement prescriber The Progesterone Puzzle Unraveled: Understanding the Differences Between Natural, and Synthetic Progesterone and the Surprising Benefits of this Hormone in the Body, Recognizing Symptoms of Progesterone Loss and Excess [00:02:08] Importance of hormone health. [00:06:23] Heart palpitations and thyroid medication. [00:10:52] Ideal thyroid hormone levels. [00:14:14] Finding a hormone therapy doctor. [00:19:19] Treatment options for uterine lining overgrowth. [00:23:30] Hormone treatment for menopause. [00:27:02] Oral vs. transdermal progesterone. [00:31:39] Testosterone treatment complications. [00:36:00] Hormone imbalance and weight gain. [00:42:45] Estrogen dominance and birth control. [00:45:26] Gut health and food sensitivities. [00:49:10] Hormone fluctuations and tongue issues. [00:53:23] Hormone conversion and supplements. [00:58:01] Cutting progesterone dosage in half. [01:02:38] Retracted guidelines for HRT. Interested in joining our NEW Peptide Weight Loss Program? Join today and get the details here. Join our Women's Group Coaching Program OnTrack TODAY! Karen Martel, Certified Hormone Specialist & Transformational Nutrition Coach and weight loss expert. Visit https://karenmartel.com/ Karen's Facebook Karen's Instagram
Did you know that salicylate containing substances alone were responsible for over 6,000 cases of pediatric poison exposures in 2020? Dr. Arden Conway, a Pediatric Critical Care Physician, joins Medical Students Morgan Franklin and Ifrah Waris to discuss the evaluation and management for salicylate overdose in a pediatric patient. Specifically, they will: • Review the pathophysiology of salicylate toxicity • Review the basic assessment skills for acutely ill pediatric patients • Discuss the diagnostic options and evaluation for a child presenting with a potential salicylate overdose • Discuss the management and monitoring of salicylate overdose • Medications and treatments reviewed: activated charcoal, elimination enhancement, hemodialysis • Discuss the potential complications of salicylate overdose Special thanks to Dr. Rebecca Yang and Dr. Jennifer Tucker for peer reviewing this episode. FREE CME Credit (requires free sign-up): Link Coming Soon! References: Anderson, M. (2021). Initial management of suspected poisoning in children and young people. Paediatrics and Child Health, 31(10), 382-387. Chyka PA, Erdman AR, Christianson G, Wax PM, Booze LL, Manoguerra AS, Caravati EM, Nelson LS, Olson KR, Cobaugh DJ, Scharman EJ, Woolf AD, Troutman WG; Americal Association of Poison Control Centers; Healthcare Systems Bureau, Health Resources and Sevices Administration, Department of Health and Human Services. Salicylate poisoning: an evidence-based consensus guideline for out-of-hospital management. Clin Toxicol (Phila). 2007;45(2):95-131. doi: 10.1080/15563650600907140. Darracq, M. A., & Cantrell, F. L. (20136). Hemodialysis and extracorporeal removal after pediatric and adolescent poisoning reported to a state poison center. The Journal of Emergency Medicine., 44(6), 1101–1107. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jemermed.2012.12.018 Espírito Santo, R., Vaz, S., Jalles, F., Boto, L., & Abecasis, F. (2017). Salicylate Intoxication in an Infant: A Case Report. Drug safety - case reports, 4(1), 23. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40800-017-0065-9 Gummin DD, Mowry JB, Beuhler MC, Spyker DA, Bronstein AC, Rivers LJ, Pham NPT, Weber J. 2020 Annual Report of the American Association of Poison Control Centers' National Poison Data System (NPDS): 38th Annual Report. Clin Toxicol (Phila). 2021 Dec;59(12):1282-1501. doi: 10.1080/15563650.2021.1989785. Mukerji V, Alpert MA, Flaker GC, Beach CL, Weber RD. Cardiac conduction abnormalities and atrial arrhythmias associated with salicylate toxicity. Pharmacotherapy. 1986 Jan-Feb;6(1):41-3. doi: 10.1002/j.1875-9114.1986.tb03449.x. Palmer, B. F., & Clegg, D. J. (2020). Salicylate toxicity. New England Journal of Medicine, 382(26), 2544-2555. Runde TJ, Nappe TM. Salicylates Toxicity. [Updated 2021 Jul 14]. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2021 Jan-. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK499879/
The idea of the “five rights” for medication safety has been taught in nursing school since at least World War II, used as a memory tool that nurses should rely on to administer medications safely. Even though no one can identify where the five rights came from, the idea is embedded in medication safety programs and appears frequently in error reports submitted to ECRI and the ISMP Patient Safety Organization.As our guest Susan Paparella, Vice President, Services, Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP), points out, the five rights are inadequate as a safety tool. Because they do not address the system-level errors that contribute to medication errors, those errors can occur even when the five rights have been followed. In the latest episode, we discuss more about the shortcomings of the five rights, and better starting points for medication safety programs.Learn more about ISMP and the ECRI-ISMP Medication Safety memberships.
Looking to taper off opiates or other pharmaceutical medications? Or seeking guidance on cannabis dosing? Colleen Higgins, a registered pharmacist and the author of The Cannabis Prescription: How to Use Medical Marijuana to Reduce or Replace Pharmaceutical Medications, is here to help. We talk about effective ways to use cannabis to reduce dependency on pharmaceutical medicine, as well as how patients can find their perfect dosing of THC, CBD, and CBN. Colleen discusses how cannabis can help patients suffering from chronic pain and shares how cannabis can slow the progression of inflammatory illnesses like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Colleen's website and training modules: https://elevatethecannabisexperience.com/about/ Colleen's Book https://www.amazon.com/Cannabis-Prescription-Marijuana-Pharmaceutical-Medications/dp/1734003448/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8
Upcoming Titan Sponsored Events: * 10/12 - HART Employee Health Fair at the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Headquarters * 10/21 - Hurricane Pro at the St. Petersburg Coliseum 535 Fourth Avenue North St. Petersburg, FL 33701 * 11/2 - 11/5 - Olympia 2023 in Orlando! * 11/19 - Festivals of Speed at the Ritz-carlton in Orlando * TBA - Cars and Couture Text: titanmedical to: 22828 to get on our emailing list! Titan podcasts: https://titanmedicallifestylepodcast.fireside.fm bigdru #druborden #AOD9604 #AOD #burnfat # #titantalk #titanlifestyle #weightloss #loseweight #titantalk #titan #health #vitamins #injectablevitamins #johntsikouris #titanmedical #titanmedicalcenter #livestream #titan #medicalcenter #fitness #aminos #vitamins #medicalscience #bodybuilding #podcast #liveqanda #obs #livestream Click here for our link to the New patient Paperwork to get started with Titan & our full list of social media! https://linktr.ee/TitanMedicalCenter And of course you can call/text anytime for more info: 727-389-3220 or http://titanmedicalcenter.com/ We service NATIONWIDE! Text:titanmedical to:22828 to get on our emailing list About Titan Medical Center: We offer Hormone Replacement Therapy, Medical Weight Loss, Injectable Vitamin & Amino Therapies, Relationship, Bedroom Enhancing Therapies, On-Site or Nationwide Blood Work Testing, Peptide Therapies, In-House IV Therapy, & Primary Care. We are based in Tampa, Florida but YES we service NATIONWIDE! We can help you enhance your life and performance while operating at optimal health levels. We have medical doctors and start with blood work testing to get you on the right track! Some of our therapies are available without blood work testing. Call Titan Medical Center to learn how you can have a healthier, stronger life. We offer telemedicine (via FaceTime or Skype) from the comfort of your own home where you will see a licensed medical provider. Our Titan therapies are doctor prescribed & shipped directly to your doorstep from a licensed US pharmacy!
What can I do now to prepare for a future hurricane?This month, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released an updated forecast of above-normal hurricane activity in the Atlantic, predicting between 14 and 21 named storms.In the face of a hurricane, and other weather events, preparation is your best defense. Here's how you can ensure the safety and well-being of yourself and your loved ones.The most important thing to do now, before any hurricane warnings, is to make a plan.This PSA gives useful tips for before the storm and after the storm.BEFORE THE STORMPrepare an emergency kit, including cash, prescription medicines and three days' worth of food and water (for people and pets). If your house floods and you can't return immediately, this kit will be essential. Be sure to consider provisions for those with special needs, like older people. Emergency KitStart by assembling an emergency kit. It should include cash, three days of non-perishable food (for people and pets), water, medications, a flashlight, batteries, a first aid kit, documents, and cash.Evacuation PlanCreate an evacuation plan. Know your local evacuation routes and shelters. Communicate the plan with your family members, and practice it regularly. If you live in a coastal area, it's important to become familiar with community evacuation plans, zones, and routes. And plan a meeting spot for your family. Don't count on cell phones. Remember hurricanes can impact communities far inland away from the coast.Stay InformedListen to local news media for the most up-to-date information on how to prepare and when to evacuate from the area. Have a battery-powered weather radio and a way to charge your cell phone. Sign up for emergency alerts.Secure Your HomeReinforce windows, doors, and garage doors. Trim trees and shrubs, and secure outdoor objects that could become projectiles.Stock up on supplies. Don't forget essentials like baby supplies, pet food, and hygiene items. Ensure you have enough for several days.Emergency ContactsCompile a list of emergency contacts, including family, friends, and neighbors. Make sure everyone knows how to reach each other.Check InsuranceReview your insurance policies, ensuring they cover hurricane damage. Take photos or videos of your belongings for documentation.Medications and HealthIf you rely on medications or have special health needs, ensure you have a supply to last through the storm and its aftermath.Secure Important DocumentsProtect important documents. Keep copies in a waterproof container or digitally, including passports, IDs, and insurance policies.AFTER THE STORMCheck on neighbors, especially the elderly and those with special needs. After the hurricane passes, be cautious. Watch out for downed power lines, flooding, and other hazards. Avoid floodwaters. Water is dangerous. Many fatalities and injuries in past storms have come from exposure to bacteria and chemicals in the water.Come together as a community.Remember, hurricanes can be unpredictable, but with careful preparation and a sense of community, we can weather the storm together.Visit the New Hanover County Emergency Management website for more useful information.Support the show
Have you ever felt frustrated by the limitations of psychiatric medication in effectively treating mental health issues? Despite being told to rely on medication, you or your loved ones may have experienced the pain of not finding the desired relief or improvement in your mental health. It's time to question the effectiveness of this approach and explore alternative perspectives that can truly address the underlying causes of mental health problems. In this episode, you will be able to: Uncover the hidden pitfalls of relying too heavily on psychiatric medications. Reveal the shocking prevalence of misdiagnosis and improper treatment in the psychiatric profession. Lay bare the urgent need to reassess our dependency on pharmaceuticals for mental health and consider other viable solutions. Discover how implementing mindfulness and meditation can help achieve improved mental wellness. Understand the paramount importance of self-compassion and proper self-identification in the context of mental health treatment. My special guest is Dr. Fred Say hello to the pioneering force that is Dr. Fred, a seasoned mental health expert with over four decades of hands-on experience. Fondly recognized as 'The Undoctor', Dr. Fred has defied the traditional psychiatric practices, dedicating his life to tackling the prevalent reliance on medication in mental health treatment. His approach underscores the transformative power of human connection over medication, a concept largely guided by his firsthand observations from his early career in a state mental health facility. The key moments in this episode are: 00:00:16 - Introduction 00:01:41 - Medication and Diagnoses 00:09:46 - Importance of Diagnoses 00:13:00 - The System and Medication 00:13:39 - Undocterate and Welcome to Humanity 00:14:55 - The Validity of Uncomfortable Feelings 00:16:01 - Narcissism and Harmful Relationships 00:17:56 - The Concept of Normal and Abnormal 00:21:17 - Recognition of Narcissistic Patterns 00:23:56 - Undiagnosing and Making Peace 00:30:20 - The impact of medication on symptoms 00:31:41 - Misdiagnosis and mistreatment 00:32:45 - The difficulty of coming off medication 00:36:57 - Convincing individuals to come off medication 00:37:45 - The role of meditation and mindfulness Check out Dr. Fred's work and see if he can help you become undoctrinated too. Visit Dr. Fred's website and explore his services and resources for reclaiming your true self and taking control over your mental health. https://www.truevoicecourse.com/ Try Zencastr for high-quality podcast recording: Go to Zencastr.com/pricing and use the code Meditation to get 30% off your first month of any Zencastr paid plan. Record your podcast episodes with studio-quality sound and up to 4K video. Connect with me here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kara_goodwin_meditation Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/karagoodwinmeditation LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karagoodwinmeditation/ https://www.themeditationconversation.com https://www.youtube.com/@themeditationconversation
Here's your local news for Wednesday, September 13, 2023:We take a look at MMSD's contract with their new bus company after a tumultuous start to the school year,Report from Centro Hispano's Evening of Dreaming last weekend,Discuss the impacts of higher energy rates,Revisit headlines from 1965,And much more.
On this episode of ‘Inside Medical Malpractice', an interview like you've never heard before. Listen in as Chris Rokosh talks to former Registered Nurse RaDonda Vaught. On March 25, 2022, a jury found RaDonda guilty of criminally negligent homicide for her part in a fatal medication error at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Criminal prosecution of a nurse is rare, but it happened. And, when things go wrong, it's easier to talk about a bad nurse than to examine a flawed system. RaDonda will tell us a story which, she says, is so much bigger than herself. She reminds us that she only has a story because someone lost their life. Part one of this podcast starts on the fateful day RaDonda incidentally administered a paralyzing drug and ends with the touching story of how she met Mrs. Murphey's grandson in the Tractor Supply Store. This interview is open. And honest. And real. Don't miss it.
In this episode, we delve into the topic of Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) and explore why it may not be necessary for everyone. We discuss the alarming statistic that 56% of people currently on TRT don't actually need it, and provide insights into how to naturally optimize testosterone levels. Join us as we uncover the 10 testosterone killers to avoid and take control of your hormonal health.Show Notes:Understanding Testosterone and TRTTestosterone is a hormone responsible for various functions in the body.TRT is a growing industry, but not everyone needs it.Overprescription of TRT is akin to the opioid epidemic; we need to address root causes.How Testosterone Is ProducedTestosterone production involves the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, and gonads.Micronutrients like vitamin D play a role in boosting testosterone naturally.The Ten Testosterone KillersVegetable Oils: Avoid them due to their impact on hormone regulation.High Stress and Anxiety Levels: Chronic stress leads to increased cortisol, which lowers testosterone.Excessive Alcohol Intake: Consistent alcohol consumption affects testosterone levels negatively.Refined Carbohydrates and Sugar: High-glycemic diets lead to temporary drops in testosterone.Dehydration: Proper hydration is essential for optimal testosterone production.Excess Body Fat: Obesity reduces testosterone and converts more to estrogen.Lack of Exercise: Physical activity helps maintain healthy testosterone levels.Medications: Some medications, like statins, can lower testosterone.Triclosan and Triclocarban: Found in certain soaps and products, these chemicals disrupt hormone balance.Xenoestrogens: These chemicals mimic estrogen and can be found in skincare and personal care products.Taking ActionLive a Life by Design: Become aware of your habits and behaviors and make intentional changes.Cellular Testing: Consider micronutrient testing to address deficiencies and customize supplementation.Taking control of your testosterone levels doesn't necessarily require TRT. By understanding the 10 testosterone killers and making lifestyle changes, you can naturally optimize your hormonal health and improve your overall well-being.Let's connect:Justin: Instagram Hyperlink https://www.instagram.com/justinroeth/ LinkedIn Hyperlink https://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-roethlingshoefer-ms-7252a766/ Alyse: Instagram Hyperlink https://www.instagram.com/alysegaulin LinkedIn Hyperlink https://www.linkedin.com/in/alyse-gaulin-cpc-eli-mp-a7128211/ Own It Success is different so own your different!
The most dangerous time in pregnancy is actually postpartum; particularly, days 43-365. Postpartum Mood Disorders can be serious, resulting in harmful or dangerous behaviors and thoughts. However, there are a number of evidence-based options to help support new parents and families in this transitional time. Dr. William Leininger, OBGYN, is joining us to discuss the options around postpartum anxiety, depression, and other mood challenges that may arise after having a baby. We dive into the non-pharmacological options, the holistic and lifestyle options and the taboo options. This episode will also include information about the new postpartum medications zuranolone, and what you need to know! The Birth Lounge: https://www.thebirthlounge.com Patients and Supports Teams: National Maternal Mental Health Hotline – 1-833-TLC-MAMA (1-833-852-6262) --has translators for 60 languages Suicide and Crisis Lifeline (988lifeline.org) – 988 English and Spanish Crisis Text Line (crisistextline.org): Text “HOME” to 741-741 Postpartum Support International - https://www.postpartum.net Mother to Baby – Information about Medications in Pregnancy and Lactation https://mothertobaby.org/ National Center for Complementary and Integrative Medicine, NIHhttps://www.nccih.nih.gov/ BUMPS – Best Uses of Medicine in Pregnancy – UK https://www.medicinesinpregnancy.org/ NIH Medical Information Search site – medlineplus.gov Professionals ACOG Perinatal Mental Health Resources https://www.acog.org/about/leadership-and-governance/board-of- directors/iffath-a-hoskins-md/minding-mental-health Maternal Mental Health Leadership Alliance - https://www.mmhla.org/ Policy Center for Maternal Mental Health - https://www.2020mom.org/ National Center for Complementary and Integrative Medicine, NIH. https://www.nccih.nih.gov/ Regional Organization – Roanoke, VA - https://www.huddleupmoms.org State Organization – Massachusetts - https://www.mcpapformoms.org
Methadone is a gold star treatment for opioid use disorder but it's heavily regulated at the federal level, making it hard for patients to get and even harder for doctors to prescribe. Dr. Brian Hurley, president of the American Society of Addiction Medicine, talks with Lindsay Smith Rogers about the process of getting methadone, how its regulatory roots in legislation from the 1970s contribute to its stigma, and what's being done and what more could be done to streamline prescribing so that the patients who need the life-saving medication can actually get it.
I've done a couple of episodes on generalized anxiety disorder, sometimes referred to as GAD. However, there have been changes to some of the medication treatment options. And there are new options that did not exist in 2016 or 2018 so I thought that I'd catch everyone up on what is going to be current for the foreseeable future. That is the topic for today's episode. If you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741. Resources Mentioned: How to Tell if Shortness of Breath Is From Anxiety and How to Treat It from Livestrong.com Anxiety and Depression Association of America has a four question screener to help you figure out if you have GAD. The site also has a brochure about what the condition is and some of the treatment options. The National Institute of Mental Health has a web page and downloadable booklet on Generalized Anxiety Disorder aka GAD. Consumer Version of the Merck Manual pages on General Anxiety Disorder with a short video about GAD. Prior episode on Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners Disclaimer: Links to other sites are provided for information purposes only and do not constitute endorsements. Always seek the advice of a qualified health provider with questions you may have regarding a medical or mental health disorder. This blog and podcast is intended for informational and educational purposes only. Nothing in this program is intended to be a substitute for professional psychological, psychiatric or medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
Medication safety is top of mind for all pharmacy professionals, and being present and resilient is integral to safe and effective patient care. Lisa Hanlon, Medication Safety and Compliance specialist at Penn State Health, Hershey Medical Center and Heart Rhythm Meditation practitioner joins Gretchen Brummel to walk us through the methods, science and reasoning behind mindfulness and meditation as key tools for providing a safe patient care environment and improving our own wellbeing. Guest speakers: Lisa M Hanlon, BS Pharm, RPh Medication Safety and Compliance Specialist Penn State Health, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Moderator: Gretchen Brummel, PharmD, BCPS Pharmacy Executive Director Vizient Center for Pharmacy Practice Excellence Show Notes: [00:45 - 02:13] Lisa's background [02:14 - 3:57] How Lisa started meditation and applied it in her work [3:58 - 5:37] How Lisa connects mindfulness and medication safety [5:38 - 8:06] The differences between meditation and mindfulness [8:06 - 9:47] Key things Lisa shares about meditation and mindfulness [9:48 - 12:04] Examples of things that we could avoid just by being more present in our work [12:05 - 13:11] Lisa's recommendations on how to get started with a practice [13:12 - 13:51] What Lisa wants frontline pharmacy staff to know about meditation Links | Resources: iamHeart website Connecting With Heart - iamHeart Subscribe Today! Apple Podcasts Amazon Podcasts Google Podcasts Spotify Android RSS Feed
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When she turned 20, South African youtuber, entrepreneur and student, Zinhle Mnguni, was diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Before her diagnosis, she spent a significant part of her life dealing with symptoms she didn't understand. In this episode, she talks about what it's like living with a mental health disorder, and how she is able to work through hard days.Through her story, we learn the importance of mental awareness as well as how to help loved ones who may be struggling mentally.Zinhle's Youtube channel:here. -To get behind-the-scenes information about every episode, subscribe to our spam-free newsletter here.
In this episode, we talk with functional medicine practitioner and owner and founder of Truth Integrative Medicine, Kimberly Strong during the Whole Story Health Hour Radio Show. This radio show is a passion project of mine and I wanted to make sure The Landing Spot Podcast listeners have access to the show and some of our special guests. As we dive into our conversation, Kimberly explains the difference between general/conventional medicine and functional medicine. She also talks specifically about treating the thyroid. Often times, a compounded thyroid medication is needed while most patients are given a generic dosing of (Synthroid) which can actually make things way worse for them. She breaks this down for listeners. There was also some interesting conversation and explanation about the overuse of testosterone replacement therapy in men and specifically women. Hope you enjoy the show! Are you a woman struggling with hormone-related fatigue, stubborn weight gain, anxiety and/or irregular cycles? Contact me at email@example.com or DM me @allisonhealthcoachnooe on Instagram to chat about possible solutions.
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Bean Corcoran, and Will Corcoran. Mother and son.I met Bean Corcoran when we were doing a science and innovation campaign, and we became friends! I learned a little bit about her son Will, who has CF. Bean is very involved in the CF community. She is the President of the CFF Connecticut Chapter and the Bridge of Hope Communications Director volunteer. We did a podcast in the past about the Bridge of Hope and what they do, so feel free to go back and listen to that if you want to find out more. She is also a Patient Family Partner and Quality Improvement Leader on the Pediatric CF Care team at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York City since 2017. Bean is also an artist who paints endangered animals in oils and works in pottery. Bean and her husband live with their dog Rosie.Today we're talking about Bean and her son Will. Will cannot take the CF modulator, and we discuss what it does to you mentally and physically. Will is 26-years old and lives in Chicago. Will was diagnosed with CF at 3 months old, received a liver transplant at age 15, and is unable to benefit from modulators due to his mutations. Will does four breathing treatments a day, rarely has more than two weeks without antibiotics, and battles hemoptysis. Will has been seen at five different CF centers. He is also an advocate. He works on family advisory boards, speaks with younger CFers, and currently sits on the Adult Advisory Council for the CFF. Will enjoys time outside with his dog Stanley, watching Philadelphia sports, and works as a fundraiser for an environmentally focused non-profit.I am grateful for Bean, (which is her nickname) and to her son Will for being so honest about how CF has impacted their lives.Please consider making a donation: https://thebonnellfoundation.org/donate/The Bonnell Foundation website: https://thebonnellfoundation.orgBonnell Foundation email: firstname.lastname@example.orgThanks to our sponsors:Vertex: https://www.vrtx.comGenentech: https://www.gene.comViatris: https://www.viatris.com/en
In this episode, Erica and Darius explore the topic of medication as a supportive tool for enhancing executive functions such as inhibitory control, working memory, and cognitive flexibility. With special focus on ADHD, dyslexia, and other conditions that influence executive skills, they explore: The role of stimulant medications like Methylphenidate (Ritalin, Concerta) and Amphetamines (Adderall, Vyvanse) in optimizing neurotransmitter levels for better focus and impulse control. Alternative non-stimulant options, such as Atomoxetine (Strattera) and Guanfacine (Intuniv), and how they may be suitable for those who don't respond well to stimulants. Potential roles of supplements and dietary changes in enhancing cognitive functioning. Remember, medication is not a one-size-fits-all solution and should always be considered after exploring other options and as part of a broader treatment plan. Consult your healthcare provider to tailor the best course of action for you or your loved ones. Links: EF activities: https://tinyurl.com/yeytwn7v More EF activities: https://tinyurl.com/3brpf52j EF coaching program/course: https://tinyurl.com/n86mf2bx One to one sessions with Dr. Warren: https://learningtolearn.biz/ One to one sessions with Darius: www.dyslexiawork.com Executive functions and Study Skills Course: https://tinyurl.com/n86mf2bx BulletMap Academy: https://bulletmapacademy.com/ Learning Specialist Courses:https://www.learningspecialistcourses.com/ Executive functions and Study Skills Course: https://tinyurl.com/n86mf2bx Good Sensory Learning: https://goodsensorylearning.com/ Dyslexia at Work: www.dyslexiawork.com Brought to you by https://goodsensorylearning.com https://learningspecialistcourses.com https://bulletmapacademy.com https://www.dyslexiaproductivitycoaching.com
This episode features Charlene A. Hope, PharmD, MS, CPPS, CPHQ, Chief Pharmacy Quality and Medication Safety Officer at UChicago Medicine. Here, she discusses her background & what led her to her current position, top priorities for her & UChicago Medicine, how her organization is looking at digital transformation, and more.
The Empire Wellness Podcast is taking a new direction: We are going to start focusing on how to live will with Hashimoto's and hypothyroidism. If you know someone that lives with Hashimoto's or hypothyroidism, I'd love for you to share this podcast episode with them. Sign up for my weekly email about Hashimoto's here. As always, be well! Dr. Sharleen
For our 51st podcast episode, I discussed a contensious topic in the neonatal world, Gastroesophageal Reflux (GER) and Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD). Although it is a common occurrence amongst all infants, the lack of updated, clear, and consistent diagnostic and management recommendations remains, especially for the NICU population. Due to my personal and professional experiences, it is difficult for me to have one solid stance on the topic. As a former NICU nurse, I saw so many infants experience reflux. As a NICU parent, my son William, struggled with reflux once we brought him home and yes, at that time, it was managed with medication. And finally, now as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, I am more knowledgeable about what the evidence does and does not show regarding reflux and I understand its complexity. So I can fully appreciate how nurses advocate for their patients. I also completely acknowledge the internal battle parents endure as they helplessly watch their baby grapple with reflux and its associated symptoms, and I also embrace what the research has shown and why providers do not hastily start infants on reflux medications. Tune in now to learn the difference between Gastroesophageal Reflux and Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, some common symptoms, and how it is typically diagnosed. Be amazed as I debunk some of the common myths and conditions that are thought to be associated with GERD. Additionally, listeners will also walk away with a better understanding of the most up-to-date recommendations for the management of GER and GERD including non-pharmacological and pharmacological treatments. So sit back and get ready to be empowered as we discuss Gastroesophageal Reflux. Free Resource: https://empoweringnicuparents.com/ger/Dr. Brown's Medical: https://www.drbrownsmedical.comOur NICU Roadmap: A Comprehensive NICU Journal: https://empoweringnicuparents.com/nicujournal/NICU Mama Hats: https://empoweringnicuparents.com/hats/NICU Milestone Cards: https://empoweringnicuparents.com/nicuproducts/Newborn Holiday Cards: https://empoweringnicuparents.com/shop/Empowering NICU Parents Show Notes: https://empoweringnicuparents.com/shownotes/Episode 51 Show Notes: https://empoweringnicuparents.com/episode51Empowering NICU Parents Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/empoweringnicuparents/Empowering NICU Parents FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/empoweringnicuparentsPinterest Page: https://pin.it/36MJjmH
In this edition of Talking insomnia we connect with BedTyme graduate Monica. Having gone through significant traumatic events in childhood, leaving her with a strong fear of rejection, Monica had to take a deep inner journey to find herself leaving the inner struggles. Today she shares her path with us so that anyone in a similar situation can find the hope and inspiration to arrive where we want to be. — Would you like a roadmap from Insomnia to immunity? Download using below link. https://www.thesleepcoachschool.com/have-questions-1 — Would you like to work with a sleep coach? Awesome! Here are some great options: The Insomnia Immunity Group Coaching Program. BedTyme, a sleep coaching app for iOS and Android offering 1:1 text based coaching. Zoom based 1:1 coaching with Coach Michelle or Coach Daniel. The Insomnia Immunity program is perfect if you like learning through video and want to join a group on your journey towards sleeping well. BedTyme is ideal if you like to learn via text and have a sleep coach in your pocket. The 1:1 Zoom based program is for you if you like to connect one on one with someone who has been where you are now. For more about these programs here: www.thesleepcoachschool.com — Do you like learning by reading? If so, here are two books that offer breakthroughs! Tales of Courage by Daniel Erichsen https://www.amazon.com/Tales-Courage-Twenty-six-accounts-insomnia/dp/B09YDKJ3KX Set it & Forget it by Daniel Erichsen https://www.amazon.com/Set-Forget-ready-transform-sleep/dp/B08BW8KWDJ — Would you like to become a Sleep Hero by supporting the Natto movement on Patreon? If so, that's incredibly nice of you . And here's the link to do just that: https://www.patreon.com/thesleepcoachschool
This episode is sponsored by Set For Life Insurance – a trusted partner in the disability insurance space. This episode is sponsored by New Leaf Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy - oxygen therapy that's non-invasive treatment that strengthens your body from the inside out. Steve Feldman's journey to recovery from addiction began back in 1992, and it has since become the bedrock of his life and career. He's the CEO of Feinberg Consulting, a remarkable company dedicated to assisting families dealing with addiction, mental health challenges, and family healthcare crises. The mission at Feinberg is crystal clear: to ensure that those in crisis receive the right help swiftly and sustainably. In our conversation with Steve Feldman, we'll explore his personal odyssey from the depths of addiction to the heights of recovery, and how that transformative experience has driven his unwavering commitment to helping others. We'll delve into the vital role of education and self-care in addressing mental health challenges and spotlight the urgent need to shatter the stigma that still surrounds these issues. So, get ready to be inspired and informed as we embark on this enlightening journey with Steve Feldman. Remember, your mental health matters, and seeking support is a powerful step towards a brighter future. Looking for something specific? Here you go! [00:00:00] Introduction and welcome to Steve Feldman [00:01:00] Steve's background and journey into helping people with mental health issues [00:02:00] Steve's early coping mechanisms and the turning point in his life [00:03:00] The power of connection and humility in recovery [00:04:00] Steve's entrepreneurial journey and founding Feinberg Consulting [00:05:00] Expanding services to support addiction, mental health, and families [00:28:00] Medication is valuable but not always the sole answer in addiction and mental health treatment. [00:28:30] Stabilization is not the same as treatment; it's crucial to differentiate between the two. [00:29:00] The trail of money often influences treatment decisions. [00:29:30] Recovery is about quieting the voice of addiction and mental health, not eliminating it entirely. [00:30:00] Commitment-driven behavior, not just motivation, is essential for long-term success. [00:31:00] Rituals play a significant role in maintaining recovery. [00:32:00] They work with individuals of all ages, from adolescents to older adults. [00:33:00] Joint Commission accreditation is essential for ensuring safety and effectiveness. [00:35:00] Seek recommendations from trusted sources rather than relying solely on internet searches when looking for help. [00:36:00] Due diligence, such as checking credentials and success rates, is vital when choosing a treatment center or professional. [00:39:00] Networking and talking to others who have been through similar situations can be invaluable in finding help. About Steve Feldman: Steve's journey to recovery from addiction began in 1992 and has become the foundation of his life and work. He is CEO at Feinberg Consulting, a company that helps families manage addiction, mental health issues and family healthcare crisis. The goal at Feinberg is to help those in crisis get the right kind of help fast and make it stick. Here's where to find Steve: https://feinbergcare.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/steve-feldman-1a501825/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfKPHthGzJBBtYW_Zq6ovWg Our Advice! Everything in this podcast is for educational purposes only. It does not constitute the practice of medicine and we are not providing medical advice. No Physician-patient relationship is formed and anything discussed in this podcast does not represent the views of our employers. The Fine Print! All opinions expressed by the hosts or guests in this episode are solely their opinion and are not to be used as specific medical advice. The hosts, May and Tim Hindmarsh MD, BS Free MD LLC, or any affiliates thereof are not under any obligation to update or correct any information provided in this episode. The guest's statements and opinions are subject to change without notice. Thanks for joining us! You are the reason we are here. If you have questions, reach out to us at email@example.com or find Tim and I on Facebook and IG. Please check out our every growing website as well at bsfreemd.com (no www) GET SOCIAL WITH US! https://www.withkoji.com/@bsfreemd
Welcome to another episode of the one day at a time recovery podcast. In case you are new here, my name is Arlina and I'll be your host. Today my guest is Dr. Paul Linde. He is the MEDICAL DIRECTOR of PSYCHIATRY AND COLLABORATIVE CARE with over 30 years' experience in emergency psychiatric care. Dr Linde is also a published researcher, author and Clinical Professor Emeritus in Psychiatry at UCSF School of Medicine. We will be talking about alternatives to AA, moderation, and harm reduction medications. I personally believe it's important to keep an open mind and recognize that everyone is different, and that there are so many variables to recovery. My intention today is to educate myself on topics that are outside of my current understanding of how to approach addiction. As a disclaimer, I am obviously not a doctor, I don't play one on the internet, nor do I endorse or suggest you try any of these treatments. That is between you and your doctor. After this conversation, you will have more information and a better understanding of options that are available. But before we jump in, I wanted to take a moment to share that if you are looking for private one on one support, I can help. I work with women who are seeking to uncover subconscious blocks, break free of self-sabotaging behaviors, and build a life they love. If you would like to find out more, you can book a no obligation call with me by visiting SoberLifeSchool.com. So without further delay, please enjoy this episode with Connect with Dr Linde here: Visit Website: https://riahealth.com/ Follow on Instagram: Subscribe So You Don't Miss New Episodes! Listen On: Apple Podcasts https://apple.co/30g6ALF Spotify https://odaatchat.libsyn.com/spotify Amazon Music Watch Full Episodes on YouTube! https://bit.ly/2UpR5Lo