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My Immune System Hates Me!
Lyme Disease + Postpartum Depression

My Immune System Hates Me!

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 32:58


You can follow Ashley on all social media: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.Her book, Authentic Power: Give Yourself Permission to Feel is available on Amazon or on her website, AshleyBernardi.com.Check out the show website, myimmunesystempod.com, where you can get in contact with Chelsey, listen to old episodes, learn about the RA Warrior Group, buy some My Immune System Hates Me merchandise, and apply to be a guest on the show.Don't forget to rate and review the show, and follow us on Instagram and Facebook @myimmunesystempod***Any information discussed in this podcast is strictly my opinion and those of my guests and are for informational purposes only. We are speaking from our personal experiences and you should always consult with your doctor or medical team.

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession
Ep 188 – Radial Nerve Palsy: “I Have a Client Who . . .” Pathology Conversations with Ruth Werner

The ABMP Podcast | Speaking With the Massage & Bodywork Profession

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 13:05


A client wakes up with a limp arm and wrist. He's a carpenter, so this is a problem! What is going on, and can massage therapy help? Join us for a closeup look at nerve damage and radial nerve palsy.   Sponsors:     Anatomy Trains: www.anatomytrains.com      Books of Discovery: www.booksofdiscovery.com       Host Bio:                    Ruth Werner is a former massage therapist, a writer, and an NCBTMB-approved continuing education provider. She wrote A Massage Therapist's Guide to Pathology, now in its seventh edition, which is used in massage schools worldwide. Werner is also a long-time Massage & Bodywork columnist, most notably of the Pathology Perspectives column. Werner is also ABMP's partner on Pocket Pathology, a web-based app and quick reference program that puts key information for nearly 200 common pathologies at your fingertips. Werner's books are available at www.booksofdiscovery.com. And more information about her is available at www.ruthwerner.com.                                     Recent Articles by Ruth:          “Unpacking the Long Haul,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, January/February 2022, page 35, www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1439667-january-february-2022/36. “Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy and Massage Therapy,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, September/October 2021, page 33, http://www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1402696-september-october-2021/34.           “Pharmacology Basics for Massage Therapists,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, July/August 2021, page 32, www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1384577-july-august-2021/34.       Resources:    Pocket Pathology: https://www.abmp.com/abmp-pocket-pathology-app   Bumbasirevic, M. et al. (2016) ‘Radial nerve palsy', EFORT Open Reviews, 1(8), pp. 286–294. doi:10.1302/2058-5241.1.000028.   Injury of Radial Nerve: Causes, Symptoms & Diagnosis (2015) Healthline. Available at: https://www.healthline.com/health/radial-nerve-dysfunction (Accessed: 12 January 2022).   Massage & Bodywork - MAY | JUNE 2020 (no date a). Available at: http://www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1234356-may-june-2020/46? (Accessed: 13 January 2022).   Massage & Bodywork - MAY | JUNE 2020 (no date b). Available at: http://www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1234356-may-june-2020/32? (Accessed: 13 January 2022).   Radial Nerve Palsy | American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine (no date). Available at: https://www.aanem.org/Patients/Muscle-and-Nerve-Disorders/Radial-Nerve-Palsy (Accessed: 11 January 2022).   Wu, Y.-Y., Hsu, W.-C. and Wang, H.-C. (2010) ‘Posterior interosseous nerve palsy as a complication of friction massage in tennis elbow', American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 89(8), pp. 668–671. doi:10.1097/PHM.0b013e3181c567af.   About our sponsors:   Anatomy Trains is a global leader in online anatomy education and also provides in-classroom certification programs for structural integration in the US, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, and China, as well as fresh-tissue cadaver dissection labs and weekend courses. The work of Anatomy Trains originated with founder Tom Myers, who mapped the human body into 13 myofascial meridians in his original book, currently in its fourth edition and translated into 12 languages. The principles of Anatomy Trains are used by osteopaths, physical therapists, bodyworkers, massage therapists, personal trainers, yoga, Pilates, Gyrotonics, and other body-minded manual therapists and movement professionals. Anatomy Trains inspires these practitioners to work with holistic anatomy in treating system-wide patterns to provide improved client outcomes in terms of structure and function.      Website: anatomytrains.com                      Email: info@anatomytrains.com                       Facebook: facebook.com/AnatomyTrains                      Instagram: instagram.com/anatomytrainsofficial        YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC2g6TOEFrX4b-CigknssKHA           

The Breakdown with Shaun King
Ep. 555 - LAPD Officers Caught Playing Pokemon Go While a Robbery Was in Progress

The Breakdown with Shaun King

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 7:37


And here's what's WILD - the LAPD has the NERVE to ask for $200 million more for their budget while their officers are doing this and shooting and killing little girls who are out shopping. We have to stop thinking and believing police are what makes a city safe. It's just not true.

The Out Crowd Podcast
"She had the nerve!" #202

The Out Crowd Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 68:27


We finally return and record for the first time in 2022. We talk about our time on break and the movies and shows we have watched. That's about it, pretty much what you would expect.

Wendys Whinnies
No. 106. Catherine Wycoff: The anatomy of the Vagal Nerve in Human and Horses

Wendys Whinnies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 62:02


Catherine Wycoff, PT, DPT, GCFP, CERP, is a physical therapist for humans and for horses, with an undergraduate degree  from Liege University (Belgium)  and a doctorate from Des Moines University (US).  She is also a Feldenkrais® Practitioner and a Certified Equine Rehabilitation Practitioner, in Lovettsville, VA. Her desire to understand has led her to explore the vagal nerve responses in horses and humans and their connection with the trigeminal nerve. Catherine is a lifelong horse lover and rider and has been learning from Wendy Murdoch since 2007.

NPTE Clinical Files
Nerve Innervations

NPTE Clinical Files

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 9:17


Are you looking for a bundle of Coach K's Top MSK Cheatsheets? Look no further: www.nptecheatsheets.com Terry presents with a damaged median nerve. Which of the following muscles is MOST likely affected? A. Adductor pollicis B. Flexor pollicis brevis (deep head) C. Flexor digitorum superficialis D. Abductor pollicus longus Did you get this question wrong?! If you were stuck between two answers and selected the wrong one, then you need to visit www.NPTEPASS.com, to learn about the #1 solution to STOP getting stuck. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thepthustle/support

Health Made Easy with Dr. Jason Jones
Magnesium Deficiency: Signs & Symptoms + Possible Conditions

Health Made Easy with Dr. Jason Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 7:00


Magnesium is one of the most abundant minerals in the human body; in fact, it is the fourth most abundant.  This mineral is an essential cofactor in more than 300 enzyme systems that are involved in diverse biochemical reactions. These reactions impact a number of body processes, including: Cellular energy production and storage Protein synthesis DNA synthesis Bone metabolism Cardiac function Nerve signal transmission Blood pressure The conduction of signals between muscles and nerves Stabilization of cells However, less than 2% of Americans have been estimated to experience magnesium deficiency, also known as hypomagnesemia. The bad part is that it's difficult to know you have a deficiency as symptoms don't become obvious until your magnesium level becomes extremely low. According to the National Institute of Health, the recommended daily allowance (RDA) for people between age 19 and 30 years old is: 400mg for males 310mg for females For people aged 31 and above, the RDA is: 420 for males 320 for females In teenagers aged between 14 and 18 years old, the requirements are higher. However, younger children require less magnesium than adults and teenagers. Certain factors can increase a person's risk of developing hypomagnesemia, including: Losing an excessive amount of magnesium through sweat and urine Continually eating a low-magnesium diet Having gastrointestinal disorders such as celiac disease, Crohn's disease, or regional enteritis. Being hospitalized Being pregnant or lactating Being older Having type 2 diabetes Signs and symptoms of magnesium deficiency Some of the early signs of magnesium deficiency include: Fatigue Vomiting Nausea Weakness Loss of appetite     With time, this deficiency may lead to: Lower potassium levels in the blood (a condition called hypokalemia Lower calcium levels in the blood (a condition called hypokalemia) Cramps and muscle contraction Numbness and tingling in the extremities Abnormal heart rhythms Seizures Coronary spasms Personality changes Prolonged magnesium deficiency can increase the risk of developing chronic diseases, such as osteoporosis and heart disease.  In some cases, severe hypomagnesemia can lead to seizures and sudden death. If you experience any of the symptoms above, you should see your doctor for tests to establish the cause. Causes of low magnesium in the body Low magnesium or magnesium deficiency results from increased excretion of magnesium in the urine or decreased absorption of magnesium in the gut. Magnesium levels are largely controlled by the kidneys. This organ decreases or increases the excretion of magnesium based on your body's needs. The excessive loss of magnesium, continual low dietary intake of magnesium, or presence of other chronic conditions can give rise to hypomagnesemia. However, if you develop magnesium deficiency due to an underlying condition, proper treatment and management will help improve your magnesium levels. So if you notice any of the signs and symptoms listed above, you should see your doctor for proper examination. You can consult Dr. Jason Jones at our chiropractic office in Elizabeth City, NC, to learn more about natural ways to boost your magnesium intake to avoid developing magnesium deficiency or hypomagnesemia.

CFO Thought Leader
763: Of All the Nerve | Pete Mariani, CFO, Axogen

CFO Thought Leader

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 57:03


However, unlike many of his peers, Mariani found his transformational role to be in Japan. Back in 1998, he was a director of finance for Guidant, a maker of cardiovascular medical products that was looking to grow its footprint in a number of markets offshore—including Japan, where it had recently acquired one of its distributor partners. “I gave an immediate, ‘Yes!,'” recalls Mariani, when asked whether there was any hesitation before accepting the offer that would advance him into a vice president of finance position at Guidant's soon-to-be-established Japan subsidiary. Operational experience was one of the incentives that Guidant had promised Mariani, so before long the finance transplant had numerous functional areas within the subsidiary reporting to him, including warehousing and distribution, customer care, IT, legal, and compliance. As functional areas became established and the American company successfully aligned its culture within the international setting, growth became a natural by-product. “I think that when we began, we had about 50 employees in Japan—4 years later, there were more than 300,” reports Mariani, whose Japan career chapter would end in Year 4 when he returned to the States after having been named controller and chief accounting officer for the company. However, upon his return, more than a promotion lay in waiting. “We landed back in Indianapolis on the same day that they passed Sarbanes-Oxley,” remembers Mariani, citing the devilishly complex compliance legislation that would occupy many of his waking hours in the months and years ahead. –Jack Sweeney 

Starfleet Underground
His Life Was Voided

Starfleet Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 68:37


Into the rift we go - It's a void. It eats photonic flares and a DOT-23 dies screaming. The computer gets emotional, Gray asks Zora to play a game. Saru puts the smack down. Does Book have Daddy issues? And Burnham gets hot when Zora sings. Meanwhile, the whole crew is...Buffering, including Grudge. -Brought to you by Section 31- 00:00 Episode 103 01:00 Welcome to the show 01:12 Are you tweaking? 01:30 Call back to last show - Christmas Special where Dots and Tribbles Sing 02:40 Tea with weird ingredients 03:25 Loud tribute to fallen DOT: Scream for Sto'Vo'Kor 04:12 Disconnecting? We like to Plug It In 04:44 He can make a hat! 05:05 Join our Patreon! Top Tier gets a HAT! https://patreon.com/starfleetunderground 06:12 Nine Inches 06:40 Sex in Star Trek update 07:30 Don't call someone a -Censored by Section 31- 07:45 CU Next Tuesday 07:58 Charisma, Uniqueness, Nerve, and Talent 08:30 NO KIDS 09:45 News: Discovery's Schedule 10:05 News: Mr. Spock's Ears https://airandspace.si.edu/stories/editorial/iconic-ears-mr-spock 10:15 News: Borg Queen to Come 11:10 Best place to take a Borg Queen 11:17 News: Star Treks leaving Hulu 11:50 The Matrix Erection 13:30 News: Mini Comic-Book Series, starting with Grudge Back Story https://comicbook.com/startrek/news/star-trek-discovery-comic-book-adventures-in-the-32nd-century-grudge/ 14:00 Space Pussy 14:45 News: Anson Mount has kid https://www.dailystartreknews.com/read/anson-mount-announces-the-birth-of-his-daughter-clover-on-december-4th 15:20 Find your own news about Jonathon Frakes 16:30 Star Trek: Discovery S4E6 -"Stormy Weather" 16:55 Death of a DOT...SCREAMING 18:34 Zora's Feelings 18:50 Gray - left alone 19:30 Feeling like a Dunsel 21:30 The Scientifically Impossible, just like Heather's Cooking 22:25 Pinball! 23:11 Act I - "Let's Play Half an Hour in Heaven...Oh wait, I meant The Darkness" 23:20 It's so dark, let's send out a lens flare 24:00 Learning to Delegate 25:00 Is that power in your pocket? 26:00 Detmer's on it. 26:40 Shall we play a game? 28:00 Photonic Flare 28:29 Act II - "Da? Is that You? Let's Play Chess. Anyone want a space-cicle? 29:10 More Science! 29:57 RIP Ensign Cortez 30:24 His life Was Voided 30:45 Double Holy Fuck 31:44 Communing with Mushrooms 33:00 Chief Medical Officer 34:45 Same Sound 35:50 Zora Overwhelmed 36:44 Saru said no. Not a Debate 37:14 The Saru Slam. Now at Denny's? 37:50 The Galactic Barrier. Like a condom 38:40 Act III - "10 Minutes at 281 kHz Makes For A Crispy Crew" 40:10 Brainstorming 40:35 Walk-In Microwave? 41:20 Book's Subconscious 42:40 A Big-Ass Cat and Cool-Ass Spaceship 43:20 Book's Name 43:50 Treating Zora like a member of the crew 44:55 Book's Name means... 45:50 Toxic Male Masculinity 46:10 Betty White on Balls 47:00 Not a Mayberry Moment 47:30 Apologizing to Saru 48:00 Buffering the whole crew 50:20 Not Hypersleep 51:00 Backups on Beam Down? 51:43 How to best please yourself 53:00 They're not really gone? 53:10 Three Difficult Words for men... 53:45 Fire Everywhere - Sparking 55:00 Black Voids Matter 56:30 Act IV - "Overcoming Emotions, Family Trees, and Extra-Galactic Origins" 57:26 Amazing Singing Voice 58:00 She was "Burn"ham 58:55 The Tree 59:15 Origins 1:00:00 Fixing Programmable Matter 1:01:30 But to connect 1:02:16 Wrapping up Thanks for listening! Now on Patreon! https://patreon.com/starfleetunderground Email: thecollective@starfleetunderground.com Website: starfleetunderground.com Twitter: twitter.com/StarfleetUnderG Instagram: instagram.com/starfleetunderground Facebook: facebook.com/starfleetunderground YouTube: www.youtube.com/Qtsy16 Explicit

Feeding Fatty
Change Your Habits, Change Your Future. Create Your Best Life Now!

Feeding Fatty

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 56:33


Change Your Habits, Change Your Future. Create Your Best Life Now! Featuring Dr. Lauren Keir Simmons We need to listen to our bodies. For whatever reason, even when we have a feeling that is abnormal, most will tend to kick it down the road until it develops into something more serious or worse yet, beyond help. It doesn't hurt to do some research to verify what we are told and don't hesitate to get a 2nd opinion. About Dr. Lauren  Dr. Lauren is a Certified Health Coach who went on a 2 year wellness journey in 2015. During this health journey, I experienced the hormonal ups and downs of an autoimmune disease which took me from 219lbs to 118lbs. After taking my autoimmune disease (Hashimoto Thyroiditis) into remission (in 8 months), I knew I had the skills to assist YOU at solving problems, changing bad habits and living a healthier lifestyle. Lauren Keir Wellness was born.  www.laurenkeirwellness.com www.feedingfatty.com Full Transcript Below Change Your Habits, Change Your Future. Create Your Best Life Now! Featuring Dr. Lauren Weir Simmons Sun, 8/1 4:12PM • 56:14 SUMMARY KEYWORDS eat, people, migraine, day, happening, body, autoimmune disease, medication, individuals, doctors, remission, pinched nerve, sugar, laughing, olive oil, symptoms, reiki, hypertension, food, Dr. Lauren, Change Your Habits, Change Your Future, Create Your best life SPEAKERS Terry, Dr. Lauren, Roy Barker Roy Barker  00:06 Hello, and welcome to another episode of feeding fatty. This is Roy,   Terry  00:09 this is Terry.   Roy Barker  00:09 So we're the podcast chronicling our journey to wellness. And of course, you know, when we started this, it was mostly about our diet, not a diet, but mostly you know what we were eating, trying to get that under control. And then we've talked a little bit about exercise, you know, and we've also pushed a lot into mindset, because even though a lot of us know what to do, it's actually getting it done, and then getting it done, where it's sustainable into the future. You know, I have to admit, I'm very good at getting something started. But you know, things change a month or so and then, you know, we're off track. So anyway, we're just looking for that path to where we can, you know, find the healthy wellness way and be able to stay on it. So a lot of times we talk about, you know what we're going through on our journey, but we also have professionals in the industry and today, we have Dr. Lauren with us, Terry, I'm gonna let you introduce her.   Terry  01:06 Dr. Lauren Keir Simmons is a certified health coach who went on a two year wellness journey in 2015. During this journey, she experienced the hormonal ups and downs of an autoimmune disease, which took her from 219 pounds to 118 pounds. After taking her autoimmune disease, harsh hashimotos thyroid thyroiditis, that's a mouthful into remission. She did that in eight months. She knew that she had the skills to assist you at solving problems, changing bad habits and living a healthier lifestyle. Lauren Keir wellness was born. Dr. Lauren, thank you so much for joining us today. I am so excited to hear about your journey. I have heard about it, but everybody else needs to hear about it because it is something else. tell tell us how how did you know i know i just read that. But tell us in your own words, what happened to get you onto this journey here?   Dr. Lauren  02:08 Yes, I was actually driving down the highway. And I experienced what I know now is an intractable migraine. And the the migraine, it was like a bolt of lightning that hit the top of my head and it zigzag through my body. And then it stopped at the bottom of my feet. Wow. And that was essentially the beginning of my wellness journey. I had no idea what it was at the time when it was happening. And I was driving down the highway, I thought that I was having a stroke. That's how bad it was. I you know, immediately, you know, turned around and went back to the nearest emergency room to find out you know, discover what was going on. And so that's what I learned after a little bit the initial restart, that it was what was diagnosed as an intractable migraine. So that's essentially what it is and what it was in a nutshell. And it has continued. It is essentially continue.   Terry  03:16 Well I'm What's the difference? I mean, what's the difference between a and I've had migraines off and on for years. What's the diff? What's an intractable mind? What does that mean?   Dr. Lauren  03:24 So so it laid the it was labeled and neurologists labeled it as an intractable migraine because it never stops? Oh, wow. Yeah, it just never said never stopped. They kept going on and on and on. And what happened was that neurologist at that time, she attempted to, you know, prescribe medications. And what she discovered was, was that medications would not, were not able to stop the migraine that it was. It was innnate. So it was biological, and it was not anything that they could do to No, there was no medication, you know, there there are general medications that they give you for them. The hypertension medications, they try seizure medications, and so forth. And none of that will work for me. So she said to me, at the end of 90 days, you're going to have to go natural. She said none of this will work for you. You're going to have to go natural.   Roy Barker  04:27 Yeah, no, just the question. I think you answered a little was, you know, was it you said it was biological, not like life circumstance. So what what is the trigger? Is it just something that was born genetically or was there something else that triggers that?   Dr. Lauren  04:45 Essentially, she did not know. And so what would what she meant by where I had was I had to go natural was I had to figure out like a natural solution. Whether it was How can I put it, whether it was a lack of nutrients in my body, whether it was food allergies that was causing it, you know, whether it was something environmental, possibly that was causing it. And you know, and I would have had to do the research, which I essentially did to learn, you know, what was happening. So there was several things that was that were going on at that time with my body. At that time, I had not yet been diagnosed with hashimotos thyroiditis. And so that was one thing that I learned. And then I had to get to, it went on to I had to get to the root cause of what was happening. You know, what, what brought on the hashimotos thyroiditis, because there is a root cause there's several root causes to Hashimoto thyroiditis, and most people never get to the bottom of their autoimmune disease, they just go ahead and take the prescription medication and the autoimmune disease never goes into remission. It just stays there. You're basically medicating it is what you're doing.   Terry  06:07 So putting a bandaid on,   Dr. Lauren  06:09 you're putting a bandaid on it. And so it was there was several things that were going on. At that time, I was perimenopausal, I had an autoimmune disease. And then I had the migraine. And so it was like what are we going to address first with the lesser of the evils? Yeah.   Terry  06:26 So what did you Where did you start? I mean, you have to get a hold of those migraines as much as you can. So yeah, the least function.   Dr. Lauren  06:36 So it's interesting, because I'm actually able to function with them, which is a bad, it's not a good thing at all. I learned to function with them. And I've had people to tell me, I don't know how you do it, because they bring me to my knees. Well, it's only a few of them that I've had that have actually like brought me to my knees where they makes me sort of kind of make me go blind, because you know that migraines will get behind one eye that I can I can literally function with them until it gets to that point. And then that's when I kind of you know, I kind of slow down. But I have, you know, since then began addressing the migraines, because you know, everything else is in check.   Terry  07:25 Right?   Roy Barker  07:27 So how have you found anything that has helped or anything that maybe you've cut out that has lessened either the intensity or the frequency of them.   Dr. Lauren  07:37 So the one thing, the one thing that I had to do was, I had to get through menopause, that was one. The second, the first thing was was that I brought the the autoimmune disease and that into remission, had to get through menopause, because that's what you know, they have hormonal triggers. And then the last thing was, you know, to try to figure out if it was something that was physical that was going on. And what I discovered, as it progressed, was that every time I would have, I would always get MRIs of my right on my right side of my brain, I would always get the right side of my brain scan, and they will find nothing, they like you're perfectly fine, you have nothing going on. I said, there's a problem, because every time I would get a migraine, they would see me doing this. My doctors would always see me doing this. And I was like what is wrong with your neck? And I'm like, I don't know, it just makes my you know, psychologically, it makes my head feel bad. And then one day I said, I said, Let me get my neck scan. And that's when we found out what was happening. So it was cervical radiculopathy a pinched nerve. Oh, wow. It was it was a pinched nerve. And so I began getting treated for that for a pinched nerve bestes that, you know, essentially what it is. So of course, you know, with a pinched nerve, you have to begin manipulating and this is me talking, manipulating the spine so that you can correct it and it can stop   Roy Barker  09:15 pressure on it, oh,   Dr. Lauren  09:17 pressure on it because it can cause it so it's it's behaving the same way that the sciatic nerve does. You know, when you have that pain in your lower back. It behaves the same way. And so, you know, for me if I sleep wrong or something like that, Oh, there goes a migraine and still feel natural, still have to go natural. So they had tricks and so on and so forth. You know, that you want to do to you know, to kind of manage them. Well, lots and lots of supplements. Yeah. Yeah, and a lot of people don't know that because You know, when you became begin medicating yourself, and and the medical profession, they're just throwing stuff at you like, okay, Here, take this, take this, take this, I'm not taking any of that stuff, because what happens is, you go back to, you begin medicating yourself with the prescription medications, and it will throw your autoimmune disease off. Okay? Yeah, and people don't pay attention to that stuff. And I'm like, I'm going to protect this first, because it's gonna take me out, if I let if I let it go out of remission is going to take me completely out. Yeah. So you know, certain things is, and there are many things that you can do, you can meditate. You can do Reiki, you know, you can do your Epsom salt. So, you know, the magnesium, magnesium relaxes your body more than anything, that you know that magnesium is very good, you know, for your body. And so it is extremely, you know, is extremely helpful. And it's extremely relaxing, you can get massages, massages can help to manage that. So, hat you have to I can't get my right now because, you know, I'm, you know, I'm being treated for, you know, being treated with a physical therapist, but you have to get them I get, I get the, you know, massages, just to control the, you know, for the environment and so forth. Because of, you know, all of the pollen and so forth, it clogs up my lungs, and I can't breathe. In the palate around here. It's very heavy. It's very heavy. So I get that so they can push, you know, my lungs out. And I can breathe. Right? Well, yeah,   Terry  11:52 well, and we also a couple of months ago, I guess it's been about two, maybe three months ago, we went to our first Reiki sessions. Like not just stayed away from it, because you know, the whole energy thing is just kind of, it's kind of those one of those strange things that you don't know too much about. So it's one you know, you have to research it so you can understand it, but it's so true. Everything is energy, I get it. It made made me feel great after my first one. And the second one, I was just like I was, I think I was trying to feel too much. So I didn't respond like I needed to, but Roy Roy had a really good experience, I think,   Roy Barker  12:32 yeah, it was interesting. And not that I'm a non believer, I just didn't know anything about it. And you really have to go into it. Just, you know, personally, I would say go into it, open minded and relaxed and you just have to see where it takes you. And it was very interesting. We actually taped an interview with the young lady I don't think it's aired yet that that we did it with but the heat that she pulled out of my body was incredible. I mean, just like she was over my forehead. And it felt like a hot coal was just on my head, forehead But anyway, and then it was also the other thing that was strange was kind of like got between that sleep and consciousness place. And I just had some you know, some things that came to me. I had three words patience, strength and wisdom which is like you know, I don't know where that came from   Terry  13:28 but must be met you   Roy Barker  13:33 you know it just it made my chest well up. Anyway, it was very interesting how that how that all went took place, but   Terry  13:41 it was very cool. Yeah,   Roy Barker  13:43 I was gonna ask about the the autoimmune. So how, how are you treating or how are you dealing with that? autoimmune. autoimmune disease? Yes.   Dr. Lauren  13:54 Is there a remission? Is I just go about it? Yeah, I just go about it. Normally, I actually pulled mine into remission with food. And you know with supplements and so forth. Yeah, it worked for me. Let me just say this, it worked for me. So that was what that was what I required.   Terry  14:12 So what kinds of things did you what kinds of things affect you like do you can you have dairy? Can you have eggs, can you have gluten? Can you have any of that or did you like start just stripped down and then you took everything out and then added it in as you went?   Dr. Lauren  14:29 So I am gluten intolerant? But I do not eat gluten non gluten thing. I don't eat things that are labeled as non gluten. Ah, that don't have gluten. I don't eat things that don't have gluten in them. I eat things that are natural that are totally natural. Dairy. Most people that have autoimmune diseases cannot cannot ingest dairy at all. It's just not it's just not it doesn't work for you. Um, So for me, I can't do I cannot do dairy at all. It doesn't work for me.   Roy Barker  15:06 What were some of the symptoms of the autoimmune because I've never, I've never dealt with it with humans. I actually had an animal that had it in the best way the doctor put it on me was that his body was actually turning against itself. Is that kind of thing? Okay.   Dr. Lauren  15:25 Yeah, so yeah, but your body? Yes. Yep. Yeah, your body actually does. It attacks its own self is what it does. And it does not. So you are like a foreign body to your body. So is is how can I put it? It's like it's invading it like Space Invaders or something like that.   Terry  15:45 Exactly what I was thinking,   Dr. Lauren  15:47 yeah, like Space Invaders. And so you kind of attacking yourself. So you have to retrain your body to say, okay, no, this is what I belong here. And this is what I should be eating. So what happens is another way that I can put it is, is that the foods that you are eating like like my, my, I call it my native foods in New Orleans, my body is tapped out. It will not allow me to ingest anything that I used to eat as a child. So if I want to eat crawfish, I cannot eat crawfish. If I want to eat gumbo, jambalaya, shrimp creole, any of those things at all, because my body is tapped out, it's exhausted.   Roy Barker  16:32 Now, what were the symptoms that you had to, you know, get you to seek out medical help with that.   Dr. Lauren  16:39 I was I had adrenal fatigue. I, I was I had brain fog. I had, um, I had I was hoarse. So um, you know, my thyroid was was a little inflamed, it was a little inflamed. I couldn't I had a lot of it was the headache. I had, that my, a lot of the symptoms that I were having was crossing over along with the along with a pinched nerve. So I'm trying to isolate those. It was I had the initial inflammation. It was initial inflammation. And then I started losing weight like crazy afterwards. But it was initial Yeah, the amp, the inflammation that went to 219 pounds. I had never been that that heavy before. So I was always hovering like around, like maybe I'll say 150 pounds, maybe, which is like a size eight, then I I've expanded to like a balloon to 219 pounds, which was the size 16. And then when I went down to what should have been my normal weight all along. I was 118.   Terry  18:09 Wow, how long did how long of a time period did it take for you to inflate, inflate, deflate the original expansion and then the deflation was? Was it eight year? No, not eight.   Dr. Lauren  18:30 It came on. So my way came on over a period of maybe about five years, mate, maybe about five minutes. Alex outstretching and say 10 years, it was maybe like about maybe about five years, five to seven years. And I'm going Something is wrong, something that you know, something is wrong, something is wrong. Like I've never been this large. And you know, you know how people will not be honest with you. Oh, you're fine. Yeah, yeah, something's wrong. Something is wrong. So I kept investigating and investigating. And then when the migraine hit, I said, up, yes, something's really wrong. So that's when I started, you know, going to all of the specialists and so forth. So I started gathering my documentation. And you know, each person would give me their diagnosis of what they felt was going on. And so they felt this was going on, and I would get a pill for this. And then this was going on, and I would get a pill with this. And then by the time I was done, I think I had like 20 or 21 different medications that the doctors had given me that I did not take. I said this is insanity, but they didn't you know, they only know traditional medicine only knows what they know they treat stuff by symptom, right. And so they were going by what I was telling them I would never know You know, I would never bad mouth any of the doctors for what, you know, for what I went through, because that's what they're trying to do. They're trying to give you medication for, you know, your symptoms and so forth. And they don't know the, you know, holistic side of medicine.   Terry  20:19 Well, and how did you start looking into the holistic side of it?   Dr. Lauren  20:23 So I, I reached back at to some information that I had gotten 10 years prior to my, my incident. And so I started doing a little research because I'm a little, I'm a little flu. You know, I'm a little, I'm a little researcher, by nature, because I have a background in psychology. So I started doing a little research. And I said, something is not right with this. So I started going, you know what, let me lay off of the sugar. So that's the first thing that I did when I extracted all of the sugar out of my diet. And it was it was a lot of it, which you think is it actually does not have sugar in it actually has sugar in it. I said, Why in the world? are we adding sugar to potato chip?   Terry  21:20 addiction? Everything's cocaine.   Dr. Lauren  21:24 Oh, yeah. So everything, you know, not that I was a potato chip eater. But as I was doing my research, I was like, This is pure insanity. I began getting, you know, extracting the sugar out of my system. So I mean, I went cold turkey. The first 72 hours of me going cold turkey. I have withdrawal like a crackhead. And it was it was insane. I was I was like this, I was like, and I said, I'm having a panic attack. And my mother says, I know you all go lay down.   Terry  22:02 Lay down.   Dr. Lauren  22:03 Yeah. She says, I know you wash. She said go lay down. And this is literally how I was talking. And she says no, go lay down. She was like, I can't, I can't because there was really nothing that she could do. I went cold turkey withdraw. And then after that, I was fine. extracted the sugar. And then I began to do a little more research. I went to probably about seven or eight. It may have been more specialists than that. Anything would have ologists. On the back of it. I was on the back of their title. I went to it at everything. I had gone to a I had gotten a colonoscopy and end up endoscopy. I went to an allergist, I went to a cardiologist. I went to a it was insane. I had I probably I fired two cardiologists. I actually fired no one went to another one. Because the first cardiologist I went to she was on hypertension medication. I said, If she's on hypertension medication, she can't help me. She cannot help me because I'm not trying to go on on hypertension medication. Because I said I had hypertension. I said No, I don't. Well, yes,   Terry  23:20 I mean, your body knows best.   Roy Barker  23:23 And that's why I think we have to be sure we listen to ourselves. Because we and I'm not speaking for you, I'll speak for me, but you know, we tend to I had the feeling today and then we'll be okay tomorrow and we kind of kick this can down the road until it can, you know, even turn into a lot worse things.   Dr. Lauren  23:41 Right? I was fortunate I always tell people, listen to your body, you know, go to the doctors, you know, hear what they have to say, listen to them. But I knew for myself, I knew I did not have hypertension, what I did have was because they were following it was my heart would start racing. That is a characteristic of hashimotos. When your heart just starts racing, I would be I would be in the bed and I would be getting waking up at five o'clock in the morning. just waking up and my heart would start racing.   Roy Barker  24:21 Wow. So So you've taken all this information that you've kind of gathered upon yourself and then now you're starting to help others.   Terry  24:30 Yeah.   Dr. Lauren  24:32 Yes, as best I can. Um, I know, I know what I know. And a lot of I've been able to help a lot of people, you know, as it relates to a few lifestyle diseases because generally what I focus on, you know, I can, you know, generally help individuals with, you know, hypertension, you know, kind of extracting those inflammatory foods that they have in their system, you know, working with the doctors, I do not take any Want off of medication, I do not put it put anyone on medication, the medical doctors do that. But I can't work alongside of, you know, the medical doctors to help them to tweak their patient's diet, to, you know, kind of reduce that inflammation, and, you know, kind of work with them to help to make them you know, as well, you know, as you know, as I can't, but I have definitely helped individuals, you know, with diabetes, pre diabetes, and so forth, to get their numbers back in check. Because you don't want that inflammation in your body, the longer you have that inflammation in your body, the more damage that it can do. And so, you know, the longer you want a lot of that medication, the more damage that it does to your body. And so that's why I was fighting so much that I did not want to take the medication they were giving me, you know, I do have, I was diagnosed with asthma as a child, and I've never taken an ounce of medication, they gave me inhalers and all this, I said, I'm not taking that stuff, that stuff will raise your blood pressure. And, and then then when your blood pressure's high, they're going to give you what hypertension medication. Now, so for myself, and I always say this is for myself, always make sure that you, you know, check with your physicians and so forth, because they know your medical history far better than I do. And so you definitely want to check in with them to, you know, to see, you know, what your numbers are, get your blood work, get your annual checkup, and so forth. And then, you know, make sure that you're living a healthy life.   Roy Barker  26:47 Yeah, I think that's another good point is that there's, you know, and we're not medical doctors, and we always specify, they'll see a doctor take their advice. But you know, one thing I think we've learned is that, well, it first off inflammation, you know, as we as more research has come out, it's like, it's kind of the root of most of the evil in our bodies. But a lot of this can be influenced by our diet. And like you said, we don't know what, well, we know, there are a lot of things you would think doesn't have sugar, but, you know, we don't eat a lot of sugar. And not long ago, we ordered from a little Italian restaurant. Oh my gosh, I'm telling you that red sauce, it was sugar Laden. I mean, it was almost like eating a candy bar. So anyway, you know, people do that stuff, because it makes it taste better makes the kids eat it. But sometimes it can be that addictive factor. And going back to your withdrawals, I found the same thing coming off of carbohydrates. When my doctor first diagnosed me with type two diabetes, he said, You know, I want you to cut your carbs back. And so that was on a Thursday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday night, I started like, right above my eyes, it felt like my head was gonna blow off. And I carried that with me through Sunday. And to be honest, I thought I was dying or have, like you said, having some kind of a stroke. And so I went to, you know, the CVS a little drugstore and had an auto machine, my blood pressure was escalated. So it scared me I call my doctor the next day. And he's like, we'll come in, he took my blood pressure and it was normal. He said, Well, first off, those machines aren't that great. But he said secondly, he said you're just having withdrawals from carbohydrate. Pisa is like a drug and you will have to come off of that.   Terry  28:41 Yeah, surely there are like rehab places where you can go and get, you know, have, you know, get withdrawn from sugar and carbs and things that if there aren't, there needs to be because it's a hard, you know, three days for sure, if not a little bit longer, but then you have to learn what you need to be putting into your body. So you don't have those cravings in the future and make sure that you're addressing whichever issue it is that you have, whether it's the hashimotos or or type two diabetes or whatever, right.   Dr. Lauren  29:19 And that's what I teach people. That's what I teach people how to do when they the first 72 hours of the worst when you withdrawing off of sugar. They it's the worst and so you just have to kind of take it for me. I wanted to get rid of the migraines and so I knew that I had to tolerate it. I'm like it's gonna stop eventually. And it did. But what people do is when they relapse so when people are on their own a diet as they like to call it instead of a lifestyle, lifestyle change the first 72 hours when they stop eating sugar. All they think you know, okay, so So what can I eat? Drink water? No, no, what can I eat, drink water. Because you're dehydrated is what's happening. And so they don't even think about that. Know what can I eat? Like, I can't eat this or fill in the blank with this and no drink water just drink water. Yeah, people were so much negative. So we're born with addictions. Because when you think about think about this, when you're born with it, what is the first thing that people that that moms are giving their babies? No.   Terry  30:26 Milk.   Dr. Lauren  30:28 What is milk having it? Sugar, sugar, sugar, breastfed even if the babies are breastfed, whatever it is that you've ingested. Guess what they're ingesting? Oh, yeah. So they're getting it straight from so we come in, we come into the world with that sugar addiction, and so we're predisposed to it. So unless, unless the mom's body is clean. And the mom has detox before she had the baby. Guess what's happening? The cycle is happening. So if mom has asthma guess what the baby's gonna have will have asthma as well. Oh, yeah. So people are wondering why these little ones are born or coming out with this asmin. So for Guess what?   Terry  31:20 That makes so much sense. Oh, my gosh. It's so true. Okay, so what would you tell? So like we're dealing with? So I have, at one point they, I was told that I had hashimotos. But then they came came back and said no, no, you have hypothyroidism. But hashimotos. And hypothyroidism? They're two separate issues, right? I mean, the hashimotos is auto immune, and then the thyroid. The hyperthyroidism? Is the gland itself. The disease? Yes. So I did differently.   Dr. Lauren  32:02 So what Yeah, so what probably happened was, is that it's hot hashimotos can actually turn into hypothyroidism if you don't catch it in time. So it's the it's the progression of it. Ah,   Terry  32:16 okay.   Dr. Lauren  32:16 It's the progression in this the way that the numbers look, that's the way that's the way that it was explained to me. And so you can have normal, if you have normal TSH levels like I do. They don't, they don't really test you for the hashimotos or the high hypothyroidism, if you have normal TSH level, what has to happen is you have to continue to you have to do the second layer of tests, which the doctors don't like to do. So you're looking at the, you know, the T three, t four, you're looking at all of those numbers. And that is how you determine what the what the what the hashimotos is. So, yeah, you can always, you know, get a second opinion, you know, from another doctor and so forth. But what they do even with the Hashimoto, they want to put you on the, you know, on the on the medication. Yeah, I was I, that wasn't my case. I was fortunate, I always tell people that that wasn't my case. And so I always guard, I always guard my food with my life and pay attention to what it is that I'm eating, so I don't eat out.   Terry  33:32 You don't eat out? I don't eat out at all. We might withdraw with that, too. We're gonna withdraw from doing that. Yeah. But   Roy Barker  33:44 yeah, but really, you know, in order to know what's in this stuff, you really just have to because it's not that people do it maliciously. They do it to make the taste better, where people come in, and things like that. But we just never know what those ingredients are.   Dr. Lauren  34:00 I do know what's in it. And that's why I don't eat out. Yeah, yeah. And I don't eat out and I tell people this, you don't eat anything? No, I know. restaurants, the food industry is not in it to they're not in it for health. They're in it to make money. I get that. I get that. And so and so I have to eat at home because most oftentimes if you ask the chef's what's in the food, and they don't even know. They don't even know I'll give you a perfect example. I used to enjoy eating Ed said restaurant, I won't give the name. I used to enjoy eating at a certain restaurant. And I said what type of oil Do you use on your lamb chops? And they said, Oh, we use olive oil. That's what the chef said. And I said, No, it's something else that is in that I said because I can taste it. I can taste it. It tastes like grease. So I asked the manager Because what I do know is, is that olive oil burn at that high on that high heat, there are only two oils that you can use at high heat. And almond oil is one of them. Almond Oil is too expensive for them to cook with. Olive oil is too It does not it burns too fast, right? So I asked the manager, I said, What is it? What type of oil is that? He said, Oh, that's olive oil. And it's mixed with canola oil. I said I knew it. I know I was very inflammatory for your system. So that is generally if they say they cook with olive oil is olive oil mixed with vegetable oil, or whatever it is that they're using so that they can cook at high heat on those grills.   Roy Barker  35:47 And I'm sure the cost factor to they can put a little drip of olive oil in there and tell you that we're cooking with olive oil. But the ratios, the ratios probably more skewed to the canola oil.   Dr. Lauren  36:01 Oh, yeah, of course. Of course it is. And I didn't ask that. I get it. I said I get it. I said thank you for sharing that with me. I never ate at the restaurant again.   Roy Barker  36:11 The other thing they kind of trained us up on too is eating. So such large volumes of weight for days have become crazy. And that's something that you know we have trouble with is, you know, Terry's a great cook. And so even even as we eat at home, I like you know, I want that second helping, where if I would just give myself a few minutes round will eventually be full. And you know, the other day, I don't know, I was kind of snacking we and we hadn't eaten too much. And I just said, Oh, I'm I'm hungry for some popcorn or something like that. And I said I want some popcorn. And she's like, aren't you not full? I said, and I thought for a minute. I say yeah, I really am full. But I felt that like ran through my chest. I just kind of had this sinking feeling you know? And it was it was probably dehydration, it could it was probably being a little bit tired. Because it was the end of the day. Yeah, there's all these other feelings that I've begun to realize that you know, that hunger or the desire to eat. I'm not gonna say hunger because it's usually not hunger, it's a desire to eat comes from a lot of other places than being hungry.   Terry  37:20 Yeah, and I'm always trying to you know, I'm always I am not a good cook. He's very sweet to say that, but he's just so happy that a bay is taking care of him. Anybody and I am really not that great of a good. But I my goal is to make sure that he doesn't get snacky and, you know, that's a hard because, you know, like he said, it was just really right, you know, within an hour after we ate and I was like, Are you full? Are you still cool? No. And the the fact that he realized, you know, that's just his pole in his chest. And that's kind of what his deal his schpeel is, before he goes to bed. He's got to go through this. Maybe if he can just grab some water or you know something, do something else and then go to bed. Just go to bed.   Dr. Lauren  38:14 That's hard. Cuz you cuz you'd like to snack? Oh my gosh, hard.   Roy Barker  38:21 Popcorn, you know, saucy stuff. And then I don't know, somewhere along the way, I develop a sweet tooth. And so now it's even doubly because like, I need a little bit of sweet and then a little salt. After that,   Terry  38:33 probably that's probably me. But I am the grocery shopper. So I don't have to bring that stuff home. But I'm feeling you know, usually when I go I'm hungry. So I want to go and you know, Oh, those look great. Well, I'm going to get them nuts. But I'm not going to get the wrong nuts. But then I'm going to Oh, there's some cookies, I'm going to grill just a little bit.   Dr. Lauren  38:55 hard. I tell you, it doesn't end when you when you're eating a healthy lifestyle like I do. It doesn't And trust me, the cravings don't in, you just have to you know, you just have to take it baby steps. Yeah, I tell people baby steps with that. Because it's traumatic for you to have to just stop it like all at once. It really is traumatic. So you just have to take baby steps. You have to be kind to yourself, as well. You know, if you fall off the wagon, or you kind of partially on a wagon, you know, just get back on it.   Roy Barker  39:32 That's all I usually fall off and then get ran over by the wagon. But yeah, I mean, it's a lot. It's a it's an adult thing. I don't remember it as a child so much but you know, it's an adult habit that I've done for years. And you know what, the other thing I've learned is it's usually because of getting sleepy. So at night if I got something I want to do in the And I was like, well have something quick to eat instead of just listening to my body and just go into bed, drinking that glass of water and just go into bed. It's it's difficult. But like you said, we have to be kind and not be like, Oh, well, I fell off. So I'm just going to continue on this bad path, because we never get it fixed when we do that.   Dr. Lauren  40:20 Yeah, yeah, don't beat yourself. Yeah, tell people don't beat yourself up. It won't happen overnight, everyone has to do it. You know, you have your own path. Right? You know, is your body you have your own path, and you have to do it in your own way. You just have the knowledge if you have the knowledge, then you know what it is that you can do. Right, you know? And so that's essentially what it is. You just have a few things that you want to work out at a time just a few things that net Arielle take everything all at once like I did I tell people do not follow my lead. Trust me when I'm telling you.   Terry  40:59 Yeah, the big picture is just so hard. If you it's easier. I say that it's easier if you chip away. That's what helps me better. But do I do it all the time? And everything? I do? No, but I should.   Roy Barker  41:13 Yeah, yeah. Yeah. I think that sets us up for failure. Because you know, and I'm this guy, I'm always telling off for myself. But, you know, you wake up one day fed up, and it's like, okay, no more sugar, no more cars, I'm going to the gym. You know, I'm going to go crazy. And like, you got so much commotion in your life that you've just developed, that, it's no wonder that we, you know, have these temporary setbacks. And so, you know, trying to take one thing, and then also, you know, maybe doing things gradual, if you if you have the luxury of the time, you know, sometimes people get to a position that they have to make drastic changes immediately. But if you can, you know, just yeah, just start cutting back a little here a little there until you get to the point where you really want to be Yeah,   Terry  42:03 exactly. Well, you're right. I was I'm sorry, go ahead.   Dr. Lauren  42:08 You're right. That's what that's why a lot of people do fall off the wagon. And they're like, Oh, well, you know, and then you have the other individuals that are go, okay, I've eaten Well, all week. What cheat meal Am I gonna have this weekend? Why   Terry  42:24 the weekend, we're celebrating,   Roy Barker  42:26 saying, I can't do that. Because if I have one taste of this, whatever the cheat is, I want it more and more. So you know, some people can handle that. But I just have to say I'm not one I have to go to the extreme of just not having it. You know, cuz like those little I always say the cat, I don't know, the company. Somebody came out with these little 100 calorie little ice cream sandwiches a few years ago. Oh, yeah. I love those things. But you know, I eat four or five of them at, you know, at a setting down. So it really wasn't doing me any good. You know?   Terry  43:06 You had more so you were full. I   Roy Barker  43:08 didn't need anymore. I'd have been better eating the old original big ones. I probably only had 250 calories. Like, I just get a little taste for it. And then you know, it's just uncontrollable. I love it. Yeah.   Terry  43:22 Okay. Dr. Lauren, I wanted to let's, let's kind of Reel back I know, we're talking about all over the place. But so you're a certified Health Coach, what kind of programs do you offer on your website? And you have a new one that I want you to talk about as well?   Dr. Lauren  43:37 Yes, I have it. So it's called the metamorphosis health coaching program. And my signature program is the bee fly the top. So eventually, initially, I did a 21 day just to get people started. But what I discovered was, because I'm so adamant about it, I could do it. But other people like this is over whelming so what I did was I reeled it back in, and I wrote I'm rolling it back out on September the sixth. And it is going to be a self paced program is six modules. And it's going to be a self paced program. So you go at your own pace, and you can, you know, move it along, or you know, kind of stopping, you know, as you need to and then you know, you can kind of help yourself as you go along. And then you get me to answer your questions in our own little group on Facebook. So I get to you can come in there and ask as many questions as you can, as much as your heart desires. To talk about that you also get a you also get a health consultation, so that you can learn about out what it is that you know, you can eat, you know, we look at all of your habits your eating, past present, and what you're going to be eating in the future, because you're going to do a lifestyle change. And you know, we just kind of go from there.   Roy Barker  45:19 And I think I'll put this more as a question. But you know, for me, I find that sleep, I have come to realize sleep is pretty much my trigger for all my downfalls. Because here's how the pattern goes, stay up late, don't get enough sleep, and then get up in the morning need extra fuel food to get moving, but then you're too tired to get out and move in. I know that when we talk about weight loss, you know, it's more 80% diet. But for me, you know, I feel like I need to move every day and I don't I walk from you know, the bedroom to the office and sit down and stay here pretty much where I need that movement. But the other thing is, when I'm out moving, I'm not eating. So you know, it kind of works twice, double for me as it gets me moving. It's good for the rest of my body. But also, it's an opportunity not to be in front of food.   Dr. Lauren  46:19 Yeah, I give. So I have a couple of people who I coach who they work from home. And when they're not working from home, they travel. And I said, so this is what I need you to do. I need you to set an alarm at lunchtime, get up at lunchtime and go walk for half an hour. And then then you know, of course it was the excuses that came. Okay. So this is what I need you to do. If you need to take a phone call, if you are on a conference call, do it on your cell phone and go walk while you are on that conference call. Because a half an hour a day will be so much more helpful for you to do that walk in even if you if you need to be in the house and you have stamps in your house, do the steps. Yeah, the steps up and down. Even if it's just for 10 minutes, do those steps so you can get those get the walking in to get your body moving. Yeah. You know, so you have to kind of set that time aside in order to do that.   Roy Barker  47:21 Yeah. And it's easy, because I can't do all of mine that way. But the ones I can make the announcement. I'm gonna be breathing hard. I'm not being chased. I'm not dying. So don't worry, it's just me walking,   Terry  47:34 because I hurry up with your meeting so I can get on with it.   Roy Barker  47:37 But you know, the other thing we've talked a little bit about is I, my my big name, fitness watch. Kind of pooped out on me. And so I started using a different one the Fitbit again. And I really like it because it the other one may have had it, I just didn't use it. But this one has a every hour it wants me to get 250 steps in. So I get a little prompt like, Hey, you got this many. And I do what you said, if I can't get out, I will just get up and walk around the house. I can still get it in. But the awesome thing is that at the end of the day, I've got about 2500 steps, you know, to kind of get started, I'd like to get more than that. But it's a great start with just a little bit of effort throughout the entire day. Right now, you know, I'm telling you, I had to I was back out in the field this week for one day. And we were doing some field visits. And I was with two colleagues that just wore me out we had like, you know, 5500 steps through this day and I came home and was just   Terry  48:41 it was zero doubt. Yeah,   Roy Barker  48:42 after you know, sitting at home in a chair for so long.   Dr. Lauren  48:46 Yeah. I tell you something else that you can try. If that wears you out, you know yoga will give you cardio as well. Yeah. If you get up in the morning and do that. Do that breathing and so forth. Yoga, I love yoga. If you if you tell me something about running or walking or something like that. Yeah, I'm not doing it. Yeah. Yeah, I'm not doing it. But yoga, I will do 90 minutes of yoga. A day. I will start out with it in the morning and I will do it in the evening. And that is that is equivalent to the walking that you need to do. And it will wear you completely out.   Roy Barker  49:32 Yeah. Yeah, you know, that's a great thing about our day and time is you know, there's the negatives of the food and the drive throughs and all of that but the positive we have so many tools at our disposal, that if we will use them that they will help because you know like the watches it also it makes me input my water so I can keep up because again, that's another bad habit is I can go through to three days and not ever drink any water. Drink Coffee. Yeah, so I can put my water in. But we can also do the yoga on the computer, we've got a DVD where we could do it at home, you don't even have to get out of your pajamas to do it. So, you know, we got so many great things to take advantage of, I think we just have to make up our mind and just try to have that discipline to do it.   Terry  50:21 I think we even had a guest who said that she does. She does it in bed. Like when she first wakes up. I mean, there's just really not any excuse. If you want to lay down and do it in bed, then do yoga in bed. There's there's an app for that there's that you can watch a YouTube, whatever. And it's been in bed, yo. And we also, we also just talked to somebody about laughter yoga. Oh my gosh, if you have never experienced it, you have got to do it. Because you just laugh from deep, your diaphragm belly loud. You know, you go into it thinking, huh? What is that everybody's just going head. It's just kind of like a canned thing. That's what you think, Well, no, bye, bye. You know, 1015 minutes, everybody's laughing at everybody else's laughs you're there, to screen fulls of people and they were just dying. laughing. It was hilarious. But it's also good   Roy Barker  51:13 for the stress. Because, you know, when, when one of us gets stressed, the other one will start that, you know, laughter and the other one can't help but start laughing and then, you know, for myself, it takes me out of that. Not so great place and it'll put me in a better place to carry forward with the rest of the day where, you know, instead of just getting all stuck in the mud with wherever I was. I love it. Yeah, it's, uh, it was it's, it's kind of a blessing for fine. I'm, I can be a little intense at times. And so she can be like,   Terry  51:51 I'll just start laughing. I'll just look at him. Like, really? Just start laughing. He's like, what's funny? I'm like, nothing. Just laugh.   Roy Barker  52:02 With Dr. Lauren, we appreciate your time. We've gone way long. I know that but such a good conversation. So many great things to think about. You know, one of our questions we always ask is, so what is a habit or tool? What is something that you use in your daily life professional or personal that you feel adds a lot of value?   Dr. Lauren  52:22 For me, when I we just started talking about the yoga I do Reiki? Okay. Every morning, when I get up, I do Reiki It is so relaxing, before I start my day, and so I find that that relaxes my complete Body before I get going and so that's very helpful for me if I don't do anything else, you know, before I you know, before I leave out and in the morning, that is one thing that I do is my Reiki.   Roy Barker  52:52 Awesome, Alreight. Well tell everybody, who do you like to work with? How can you help them? And then of course, how can they reach out and get a hold of you.   Dr. Lauren  53:02 So I like working with individuals who are either trying to change their lifestyle, who want to learn how to eat healthier, those individuals who are who are plagued with lifestyle diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, obesity, and they want to change their lifestyle. I like working with those individuals. And, you know, genuinely, you know, when you're working with me, you're going to lose weight. For those individuals who want to bikini bodies, I can do that as well. I don't, you know, I don't specifically market to that population. But the individuals that I do work with those that do have, you know, the lifestyle diseases, and I do that through The B-Fly Detox Program. I also have, you know, work with individuals who have special events going on, you know, such as, you know, lifestyle, life events, you know, like weddings and so forth. I work with those individuals, red carpet events, I work with those individuals to get them prepared for that. And so, all of this is under my umbrella of The Metamorphosis Health Coaching Program, and they can find me at my website, which is www dot Laurenkeirwellness.com.   Roy Barker  54:31 Okay, it would be sure to put all that in the show notes. Speaking of weddings, just I'm a dude, so I don't get this I guess, but they we have a toll road authority here in town that's been advertising the last two days. Somebody lost their wedding dress. They found this really nice wedding dress on the side of the road. And they feel like it belongs to somebody they're trying to figure out well, how do you bet there's some bride that is absolutely beside herself thinking about her dresses laying on the side of the highway   Terry  55:00 So that's that's kind of an extreme way to say I really don't want to get married or maybe they were mad. Maybe they were getting divorced. Throw it out. I was out and yeah,   Dr. Lauren  55:12 I don't think that bride lost it. I think she you know, there was all times I think brides to get bridges on throw that guy's away time away. Well, okay,   Roy Barker  55:22 well hopefully she went on her way to the chapel when she threw it out the car window. Alright guys, well, thanks again. that's gonna do it for another episode of Feeding Fatty. Of course, I   Terry  55:33 am Roy. I'm Carrie.   Roy Barker  55:35 And you can find us at www.feedingfatty.com we're on all the major podcast platforms, iTunes, Stitcher, Google Spotify. If we're not a one that you listen to, if you'll reach out, I'll be glad to get it added so you can make your Lee's listening easier. Also, we're on all the major social media platforms hang out on Instagram a little bit more than any other place. So reach out we'd love to engage with you there. And a video of this interview will go up on our YouTube channel when the episode goes live. So be sure and check that out as well. Again, thanks for listening. Take care of yourself and take care of your health. www.laurenkeirwellness.com www.feedingfatty.com

Colleen & Bradley
12/27 Mon Hr 1: WORKIN' MY LAST NERVE: Can we cancel "cancelled" for 2022?

Colleen & Bradley

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 41:28


PLUS: It's a Pee-Pee Davidson holiday! Holly has the Dirt Alert AND BLIND ITEM: Which former talk show boss is quietly supporting a former talk show host?

scotch and
musician andy granelli from the distillers, seized up, the nerve agents & darker my love – #325

scotch and "GOOD" conversation

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 38:34


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Redemption Church Fort Wayne
Living My Best Life: My Last Nerve

Redemption Church Fort Wayne

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 35:38


When we discuss patience, we often talk about our ability to wait on God or endure until life gets better. However, there is a patience in scripture that deals with our attitude and interactions towards others. Take a listen. Support the show (http://www.redemptionchurchfw.com)

Neurology Exam Prep Podcast
Episode 40 - Basics of EMG and Nerve Conduction Studies

Neurology Exam Prep Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 29:06


An overview of the general approach to electromyography and nerve conduction studies, with Drs. Kevin Wilson and Jeff Dewey. A useful resource for residents who are just starting their neurophysiology, neuromuscular or EMG rotations.Note: This podcast is intended solely as an educational tool for learners, especially neurology residents. The contents should not be interpreted as medical advice. 

Faith Church Peshtigo Podcast
Podcast • 101 – Jay’s Last Nerve and Living Generously

Faith Church Peshtigo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 51:23


SMA News & Perspectives
Neurofilaments and Nerve-muscle Test Show SMA Severity & SMA Adults Struggle to Access Evrysdi

SMA News & Perspectives

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 14:28


SMA News Today's multimedia associate, Price Wooldridge, discusses an article about how blood levels of neurofilaments and the results of a nerve-muscle test may be biomarkers for SMA onset/severity and treatment response. Also, Sherry Toh's SMA News Today article, “As an Adult With SMA, I Need Access to Evrysdi, Too,” pulls at your heartstrings. DeAnn can relate to those feelings as it reminds her of when she was trying to access Spinraza. Are you interested in learning more about spinal muscular atrophy? If so, please visit https://smanewstoday.com/

Heartrepreneur® Radio
Heart-repreneur® Radio | Episode 293 | Discussing Emotions & Money with Financial Expert & Motivator Bob Wheeler

Heartrepreneur® Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 32:42


As a man of true integrity with infectious energy, Bob Wheeler's crusade for personal growth has cross-pollinated with his accounting practice to create a new approach to personal finances. His passion is to help others gain insights about how their emotions trigger financial decisions. Combining finances with behaviors, Bob explores his personal concept of creating a healthy relationship with money in his recent book, The Money Nerve. While strengthening his accounting practice, Bob has simultaneously pursued his love of satire and ventured into the realm of standup comedy. From his thirty years of helping clients, Bob has distilled a concoction of warmth, humor, information, motivation and budgeting directives that he offers to anyone with financial concerns. He is also currently the CFO for The World Famous Comedy Store.  Bob's world travels have led him to high altitudes. He has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, ascended to the Mount Everest Base Camp, and hiked several smaller mountains in between. With charm and humor, his experiences on the road, in the office, or running a Greek marathon, feed his wit as a standup comic and financial motivator.   Follow Bob: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheMoneyNerve Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themoneynerve/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheMoneyNerve The Money Nerve Book: https://themoneynerve.com/ The Comedy Store: https://thecomedystore.com/   Official Heart-repreneur® Site:  https://heartrepreneur.com

C dans l'air
JO : BIDEN BOYCOTTE, PÉKIN S'ÉNERVE – 11/12/2021

C dans l'air

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 66:27


Invités FRÉDÉRIC ENCEL Docteur en géopolitique ALICE EKMAN Analyste responsable de l'Asie Institut des études de sécurité de l'Union européenne SYLVIE MATELLY Économiste - Directrice adjointe de l'IRIS Institut des Relations Internationales et Stratégiques ANTHONY BELLANGER Journaliste, spécialiste des questions internationales - « France Inter » Boycott des JO de Pékin « Ne plus faire comme si de rien était ». Dans la justification de son boycott des prochains JO de Pékin, la Maison Blanche pointe à nouveau du doigt les violations des droits humains par l'empire du Milieu. Une allusion à la province du Xinjiang évidemment, où la communauté Ouïghoure est persécutée depuis plusieurs années. Ce boycott, s'il est suivi par quatre autre pays (Canada, Nouvelle-Zélande, Australie, Royaume-Uni), ne convainc pour l'instant pas Emmanuel Macron. Le président de la République juge en effet cette décision « petite » puisque purement diplomatique, les athlètes américains étant tout de même envoyés aux compétitions. À son Sommet pour la démocratie, Joe Biden a aussi fait le choix de ne pas inviter la Chine. Une façon de plus de souligner sa lutte contre les dictatures. Avec ce sommet, le président américain réunissait virtuellement cette semaine 110 pays et ONG. « Que les États-Unis s'autorisent à définir quel pays est démocratique et quel pays ne l'est pas relève d'une mentalité de Guerre froide », a alors répondu l'ambassadeur chinois aux Etats-Unis, Qin Gang. En Europe, les défis face la Chine sont pris à bras le corps là aussi. Le 1er décembre dernier, Ursula von der Leyen a annoncé un plan de 300 milliards d'euros, intitulé Global Getaway, pour contrer les nouvelles « Routes de la soie » lancées par Xi Jinping depuis 2013. « Ce programme vise à tisser des liens et non à créer des dépendances », a expliqué la présidente de la Commission européenne, sans toutefois mentionner la Chine. Le cas du Monténégro est un exemple récent de ces nouvelles dépendances à Pékin. La Chine y a financé un tronçon de 42 km d'autoroute. Lourdement endetté, l'état des Balkans a risqué de voir la Xi Jinping mettre la main sur une partie du pays. Pour endiguer cela, l'UE veut donc financer des infrastructures physiques permettant de renforcer les réseaux numériques, de transport et d'énergie. Pendant ce temps-là, en Nouvelle-Calédonie, on vote ce dimanche 12 décembre une nouvelle fois pour ou contre l'indépendance. Un référendum suivi de près par Paris et... Pékin. Car un retrait de la France serait une aubaine pour la Chine. À travers d'éventuelles aides ou investissements dans les infrastructures, celle-ci pourrait accentuer son contrôle de la zone indo-Pacifique. Alors, quelles conséquences peut avoir le boycott diplomatique des JO par certains états ? Comment l'Europe peut-elle lutter contre l'expansionnisme chinois ? La mainmise de Pékin sur la Nouvelle-Calédonie est-elle évitable en cas d'indépendance du territoire ? DIFFUSION : du lundi au samedi à 17h45 FORMAT : 65 minutes PRÉSENTATION : Caroline Roux - Axel de Tarlé REDIFFUSION : du lundi au vendredi vers 23h40 RÉALISATION : Nicolas Ferraro, Bruno Piney, Franck Broqua, Alexandre Langeard PRODUCTION : France Télévisions / Maximal Productions Retrouvez C DANS L'AIR sur internet & les réseaux : INTERNET : francetv.fr FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/Cdanslairf5 TWITTER : https://twitter.com/cdanslair INSTAGRAM : https://www.instagram.com/cdanslair/

On Q Performance Therapy Podcast
37. Physiatry, Back Pain, and Regenerative Medicine with Dr. Scott Davidoff, MD

On Q Performance Therapy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 63:13


Dr. Scott Davidoff is a physiatrist at Main Line Spine in King of Prussia, PA, located about 20 mins from Philadelphia. Dr. Davidoff earned his undergraduate degree from Emory University in Atlanta and his medical school degree from Temple University School of Medicine. He then completed an internal medicine internship at Hahnemann University Hospital and subsequently returned to Temple University for his residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. After his residency, Dr. Davidoff completed a fellowship in interventional pain management/sports medicine at Orthopedic and Spine Specialists in York, PA. Dr. Davidoff is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Pain Medicine, and Sports Medicine. He is currently serving as President of the American Board of Pain Medicine. Dr. Davidoff has undergone extensive training in various fluoroscopically guided (X-ray guided) procedures used to treat neck and back pain. He additionally specializes in regenerative orthobiologic medicine, including PRP therapies, to help treat an array of painful conditions. Contact Main Line Spine Mainlinespine.com 610.337.3111 In this episode, we cover: 3:40 What does a physiatrist do? 5:10 What is the training required for becoming a physiatrist? 6:30 What other specialties might be getting this sort of fellowship in sports medicine or pain management? 8:00 Dr.Davidoff's focus on treating the whole person 8:50 Providing patients with the attention they deserve and a host of options that will best serve them. 10:15 What are the benefits of telemedicine in physiatry and how will it change in the future? 14:00 What types of patients is Dr.DAvidoff as a psychiatrist typically seeing in his office? 14:45 What is the difference between patients with acute and chronic spinal injuries or pain? 16:20 How Dr.Google has taken over and has both given patients education and misinformation. 17:00 Patient education and communication across providers. 20:10 What different treatment options Dr.Davidoff provides in his office at Main Line Spine? 23:30 How does Dr.Davidoff go about deciding the best treatment option for a patient? 27:00 There is no one size fits all with treatment, it's really individualized. 28:00 What is Dr.Davidoff excited about in the field of physiatry and pain management? 28:15 What is regenerative medicine? What are the benefits of stem platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections? How does regenerative medicine help with stability and structure? 36:07 Who is a good candidate for PRP 41:00 What is the typical presentation of patients with back pain? 42:10 Different categories of back pain. Axial pain ( neck or back pain) vs Nerve related pain that radiates to other extremities. 45:30 Spondy Spondylolysis in athletes, especially young ones, and Carson Wentz example. 51:30 A structured and gradual Return to Play program for athletes. 53:20 The Opioid crisis and pain management and the future of opiate therapy.

Spine and Nerve podcast
100: Allow us to Introduce Dr. Julie Hastings - Be Willing to Learn, Grow, and Ask for Help

Spine and Nerve podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 49:52


In this week's episode of the Spine & Nerve podcast, Dr. Nicolas Karvelas and Dr. Brian Joves celebrate the 100th episode and welcome Dr. Julie Hastings to the show! We are so appreciative of the support, and love to hear the feedback from all of you. We never imagined that we would make 100 episodes of the podcast, let alone reach as many listeners as we have. Thank you for subscribing, sharing the podcast and contributing to our continued success in our desire to educate others. Listen in as Dr. Joves and Dr. Hastings discuss her unconventional path to medicine, her passion for women's health, and why she went back to fellowship for further education and training after years of practicing medicine. They will also preview the upcoming series that Dr. Hastings will host which will take the podcast into pathologies, diagnoses and discussions we have never had before! Please see Dr. Hasting's bio below for more specific background information. You can reach her at JHastings@spinenerve.com to thank her for contributing and sharing her story. And don't forget to submit your questions and comments, either to one of our social media accounts or on the Spotify app! Dr. Julie Hastings Bio: Dr. Julie Hastings is a board-certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physician with a special interest in Interventional Spine. Dr. Hastings completed a North American Spine Society (NASS) recognized fellowship in Interventional Spine and Musculoskeletal Medicine at Desert Spine and Sports Physicians in Phoenix, Arizona. Prior to this Dr. Hastings was faculty at University of Arizona and Creighton Medical School where she focused on pelvic pain and pelvic floor dysfunction. She completed residency training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Colorado and earned her medical degree from Mount Sinai in New York City, and her Bachelor of Arts degree in Community Studies from UC Santa Cruz. Dr. Hastings strives to provide patients with the care she would want for her own family including an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan customized to each patient's specific goals. Whether your pain is keeping you from athletic endeavors, work, or simply enjoying time with your family, Dr. Hastings aims to get you back to those activities empowered with knowledge about your own body and skills to manage your pain. Dr. Hastings has presented research nationally on interdisciplinary chronic pain care, opioids and suicide, pelvic pain and joint hypermobility, and healthcare quality improvement, as well as co-authored a textbook chapter on nonsurgical pain management. She believes strongly in education and mentorship and works with medical students and residents around the country as a mentor. Outside of medicine Dr. Hastings enjoys spending time outdoors, fitness, cooking, and spending time with friends and family.

Limitless Mindset
Cerebrolysin: "The Caviar" of Nootropics for boundless BDNF and never-ending nerve growth

Limitless Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 41:36


Mile High Endurance Podcast
Marianne Martin

Mile High Endurance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 78:57


We have the first ever women's Tour de France champion from 1984, Marianne Martin joining us today.  We will be talking about the 1984 Women's Tour de France, women's racing today, her thoughts on growing women's cycling, and what this former cycling champ is up to today.   Show Sponsor: VENGA CBD   Thanks very much to Venga CBD for helping make the show possible.   Venga was started by athletes like you who wanted a better way to use CBD to help fight pain, train longer, race harder and recover faster.  Venga has created a SYSTEM of CBD products that cover 100% of your CBD needs. Each product is specifically made to support an area of your endurance life. Ultra Gels and Balm are great for training recovery and fighting inflammation Gummies and Energy Drink are great while racing Sleep Gels help you get the sleep you need for that overnight recovery   All Venga CBD products are 100% THC Free and water soluble!  Just go to https://vengaendurance.com/303podcast to order yours today. First-time order is 30% off with code (303PODCAST).  We've also added 50% off your first month's subscription with code (303SUBSCRIPTION).     In Today's Show Feature Interview with Marianne Martin Endurance News Clash Daytona Race and Pro List IRONMAN announces it's 2021 Facebook Watch viewership Julian Alaphilippe sets his sights on a win of Le Tour before retiring What's new in the 303 Head sweats takes on a new logo and look   Interview Sponsor: UCAN Take your performance to the next level with UCAN Energy and Bars made with SuperStarch®  UCAN uses SuperStarch instead of simple sugars to fuel serious athletes.  UCAN keeps blood sugar steady compared to the energy spikes and crashes of sugar-based products.  Steady energy equals sustained performance!   You put in the training, so don't let nutrition limit your performance.  Use UCAN in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover more quickly!  Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co   Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co,    Feature Interview with Marianne Martin 1984 marked the first-time both a woman and a man stood on the podium as winners of the Tour de France together.  It was Laurent Fignon who won the men's race and it is was the American rider Marianne Martin who won the women's title. Moreover, that it was the inaugural edition of the women's French Grand Tour called the Tour de France Féminin.  It was a 1,083 kilometer, 18 stage race that ran concurrent with the men's event.   The Dutch national team was heavily favored, with its leader Heleen Hage featuring prominently as the race's likely winner.  Little did anyone expect that an underdog American team with an unknown rider by the name of Martin would triumph.   Martin continued her strong ascending and captured the malliot jaune (yellow jersey) after the 14th stage and never looked back. Martin lead the Tour de France Féminin into Paris, marking the first and last time an American would stand on the top step of the podium.  Women Cyclists Change Tour de France Forever - The Washington Post Tour de France féminin 1984 Stage 18 results (procyclingstats.com) What Happened to the Women's Tour de France? | ... (totalwomenscycling.com)   Let's get into our interview with Marianne Martin!     Post interview discussion: Red Zinger / Coors Classic Didn't know anything about racing   Quote at 24 minutes and 45 minutes       From 1984 to 1989, the Tour de France Women was the curtain raising event for the men's event. It was organised by the Tour de France Society, organiser of the men's Tour de France. In 1990, the event changed its name and format, becoming the Tour of the EEC Women, which ran until 1993.   In 1992, a new race was created, the Tour cycliste féminin, organised in August by Pierre Boué. The race lacked stable sponsorship and with the location of stages determined by locations willing to contribute, there were long transfers between stages. Until 1998, it was the Tour Cycliste Féminin, but the Société du Tour de France, organizers of the men's Tour de France, said that infringed their trademark and in 1999 the name was changed.[2] It resumed under the name Grande Boucle Féminine Internationale, but was not held in 2004 because of organisational difficulties. It returned, smaller, in 2005. The previous tours were 10 to 15 stages; later ones had five and stayed in one region. The race also received a lower classification by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), and had a reduced field. In 2008, the race was six days and seven stages. However, in 2009 the race was only four days long with only 66 riders, after a planned race start and three stages in Britain fell through, leading winner Emma Pooley to joke that the race was "more of a Petite Boucle than Grande."[3][4] The race was discontinued after 2009.   France was left with no major women's stage race after the Tour de l'Aude Cycliste Féminin and the Route de France Féminine finished in 2010 and 2016 respectively.  For the last few years the race turned into a 1 day event titled La Course (La Course by Le Tour de France 2021 (cyclingnews.com)).   In 2022, the race is to return, with eight stages.  Zwift will be the main sponsor.     Our News is sponsored by Buddy Insurance. Buddy Insurance is the kind of peace of mind so you can enjoy your training and racing to their fullest.  Buddy's mission is simple, to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor lifestyle.  You can now get on-demand accident insurance to make sure you get cash for bills fast and fill any gaps between your current coverage.  Go to buddyinsurance.com and create an account.  There's no commitment or charge to create one.  Once you have an account created, it's a snap to open your phone and in a couple clicks have coverage for the day.  Check it out!   Endurance News:   IRONMAN DELIVERS UNPARALLELED LIVE EVENT BROADCAST COVERAGE AND CAPTIVATING CONTENT ON FACEBOOK WATCH - Live event coverage of IRONMAN Triathlons sees over 40 million views in 2021 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship garners over 7 million live and on-demand views equating to over 115,000 hours of world championship content watched around the globe Nearly 56 million triathlon fans around the globe consumed 738,000 hours of live and on-demand content from the 17 live IRONMAN and IRONMAN 70.3® events through IRONMAN's official social media channels during the 2021 season.   Julian Alaphilippe wants to try and win Tour de France before retiring Julian Alaphilippe has said that he is keen to go for the overall at the Tour de France before he retires saying "I don't want to end my time with the regret of not ever trying."  The two-time world champion, Alaphilippe has had yet another exceptional season with the Deceuninck - Quick-Step rider securing a second world title as well as wearing the yellow jersey at the Tour for a third year in a row.   But now Alaphilippe is looking to pick and choose his goals for the upcoming seasons, including the Tour overall title. When being asked about trying to win the Tour, which he so nearly did in 2019, "Never say never," was the answer.   "Why not think about it before the end of my career?" he continued. "There are a lot of questions to be asked and I'd need to speak to the team. But I don't want to end my time with the regret of not ever trying."   In 2019 Alaphilippe led the race for 14 days, only losing the jersey twice, once to Giulio Ciccone (Trek-Segafredo) - who took the jersey from the breakaway on stage six to the top of the Super Planche des Belles Filles before ceding it back to Alaphilippe two days later - and finally to Egan Bernal (Ineos Grenadiers) after the Colombian attacked solo on the Col de l'Iseran on stage 19. On that day the general classification times were taken at the top of the Iseran due to mudslides and extreme weather, which forced the race to be stopped before the final climb to Tignes.   "I've never raced a Grand Tour thinking of winning it," Alaphilippe said, "so there wasn't the same pressure. But I can understand why it's been difficult for [Thibaut] Pinot and [Romain] Bardet," Alaphilippe said.   List of all men's winners of the Tour de France https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Tour_de_France_general_classification_winners     What's New in the 303:   Headsweats Debuts New Look with Updated Logo and Product BOULDER, Colo. (November 30, 2021) /ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – Headsweats, the leader in high performance headwear, is rolling out an updated logo across all current and new product as part of a revamp to their brand voice and personality. The new visuals debut at The Running Event expo in Austin, Texas on December 1, and will be on product starting in January 2022.   The new mark redefines the “running man,” which has been the iconic logo for the 23-year-old company based in Boulder, CO. “The new mark represents an evolving direction for the brand as we expand to a broader audience,” said Headsweats CEO Jim Heese. “We believe the new logo simplifies the legacy mark while staying true to the brand's heritage. The mission of Headsweats is to embrace sweat as a badge of honor for athletes everywhere.”   In addition to the updated logo, Headsweats is also rolling out the Nerve, a new flagship running hat. A third of the regular weight of an average running hat, it features an internal sweatband and superior drying performance to better manage moisture. The Nerve will retail for $39.00 and will be available in Spring 2022.   Closing: Thanks again for listening in this week.  Please be sure to follow us @303endurance and of course go to iTunes and give us a rating and a comment.  We'd really appreciate it! Stay tuned, train informed, and enjoy the endurance journey!

303Endurance Podcast
Marianne Martin

303Endurance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 78:57


We have the first ever women's Tour de France champion from 1984, Marianne Martin joining us today.  We will be talking about the 1984 Women's Tour de France, women's racing today, her thoughts on growing women's cycling, and what this former cycling champ is up to today.   Show Sponsor: VENGA CBD   Thanks very much to Venga CBD for helping make the show possible.   Venga was started by athletes like you who wanted a better way to use CBD to help fight pain, train longer, race harder and recover faster.  Venga has created a SYSTEM of CBD products that cover 100% of your CBD needs. Each product is specifically made to support an area of your endurance life. Ultra Gels and Balm are great for training recovery and fighting inflammation Gummies and Energy Drink are great while racing Sleep Gels help you get the sleep you need for that overnight recovery   All Venga CBD products are 100% THC Free and water soluble!  Just go to https://vengaendurance.com/303podcast to order yours today. First-time order is 30% off with code (303PODCAST).  We've also added 50% off your first month's subscription with code (303SUBSCRIPTION).     In Today's Show Feature Interview with Marianne Martin Endurance News Clash Daytona Race and Pro List IRONMAN announces it's 2021 Facebook Watch viewership Julian Alaphilippe sets his sights on a win of Le Tour before retiring What's new in the 303 Head sweats takes on a new logo and look   Interview Sponsor: UCAN Take your performance to the next level with UCAN Energy and Bars made with SuperStarch®  UCAN uses SuperStarch instead of simple sugars to fuel serious athletes.  UCAN keeps blood sugar steady compared to the energy spikes and crashes of sugar-based products.  Steady energy equals sustained performance!   You put in the training, so don't let nutrition limit your performance.  Use UCAN in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover more quickly!  Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co   Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co,    Feature Interview with Marianne Martin 1984 marked the first-time both a woman and a man stood on the podium as winners of the Tour de France together.  It was Laurent Fignon who won the men's race and it is was the American rider Marianne Martin who won the women's title. Moreover, that it was the inaugural edition of the women's French Grand Tour called the Tour de France Féminin.  It was a 1,083 kilometer, 18 stage race that ran concurrent with the men's event.   The Dutch national team was heavily favored, with its leader Heleen Hage featuring prominently as the race's likely winner.  Little did anyone expect that an underdog American team with an unknown rider by the name of Martin would triumph.   Martin continued her strong ascending and captured the malliot jaune (yellow jersey) after the 14th stage and never looked back. Martin lead the Tour de France Féminin into Paris, marking the first and last time an American would stand on the top step of the podium.  Women Cyclists Change Tour de France Forever - The Washington Post Tour de France féminin 1984 Stage 18 results (procyclingstats.com) What Happened to the Women's Tour de France? | ... (totalwomenscycling.com)   Let's get into our interview with Marianne Martin!     Post interview discussion: Red Zinger / Coors Classic Didn't know anything about racing   Quote at 24 minutes and 45 minutes       From 1984 to 1989, the Tour de France Women was the curtain raising event for the men's event. It was organised by the Tour de France Society, organiser of the men's Tour de France. In 1990, the event changed its name and format, becoming the Tour of the EEC Women, which ran until 1993.   In 1992, a new race was created, the Tour cycliste féminin, organised in August by Pierre Boué. The race lacked stable sponsorship and with the location of stages determined by locations willing to contribute, there were long transfers between stages. Until 1998, it was the Tour Cycliste Féminin, but the Société du Tour de France, organizers of the men's Tour de France, said that infringed their trademark and in 1999 the name was changed.[2] It resumed under the name Grande Boucle Féminine Internationale, but was not held in 2004 because of organisational difficulties. It returned, smaller, in 2005. The previous tours were 10 to 15 stages; later ones had five and stayed in one region. The race also received a lower classification by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI), and had a reduced field. In 2008, the race was six days and seven stages. However, in 2009 the race was only four days long with only 66 riders, after a planned race start and three stages in Britain fell through, leading winner Emma Pooley to joke that the race was "more of a Petite Boucle than Grande."[3][4] The race was discontinued after 2009.   France was left with no major women's stage race after the Tour de l'Aude Cycliste Féminin and the Route de France Féminine finished in 2010 and 2016 respectively.  For the last few years the race turned into a 1 day event titled La Course (La Course by Le Tour de France 2021 (cyclingnews.com)).   In 2022, the race is to return, with eight stages.  Zwift will be the main sponsor.     Our News is sponsored by Buddy Insurance. Buddy Insurance is the kind of peace of mind so you can enjoy your training and racing to their fullest.  Buddy's mission is simple, to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor lifestyle.  You can now get on-demand accident insurance to make sure you get cash for bills fast and fill any gaps between your current coverage.  Go to buddyinsurance.com and create an account.  There's no commitment or charge to create one.  Once you have an account created, it's a snap to open your phone and in a couple clicks have coverage for the day.  Check it out!   Endurance News:   IRONMAN DELIVERS UNPARALLELED LIVE EVENT BROADCAST COVERAGE AND CAPTIVATING CONTENT ON FACEBOOK WATCH - Live event coverage of IRONMAN Triathlons sees over 40 million views in 2021 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship garners over 7 million live and on-demand views equating to over 115,000 hours of world championship content watched around the globe Nearly 56 million triathlon fans around the globe consumed 738,000 hours of live and on-demand content from the 17 live IRONMAN and IRONMAN 70.3® events through IRONMAN's official social media channels during the 2021 season.   Julian Alaphilippe wants to try and win Tour de France before retiring Julian Alaphilippe has said that he is keen to go for the overall at the Tour de France before he retires saying "I don't want to end my time with the regret of not ever trying."  The two-time world champion, Alaphilippe has had yet another exceptional season with the Deceuninck - Quick-Step rider securing a second world title as well as wearing the yellow jersey at the Tour for a third year in a row.   But now Alaphilippe is looking to pick and choose his goals for the upcoming seasons, including the Tour overall title. When being asked about trying to win the Tour, which he so nearly did in 2019, "Never say never," was the answer.   "Why not think about it before the end of my career?" he continued. "There are a lot of questions to be asked and I'd need to speak to the team. But I don't want to end my time with the regret of not ever trying."   In 2019 Alaphilippe led the race for 14 days, only losing the jersey twice, once to Giulio Ciccone (Trek-Segafredo) - who took the jersey from the breakaway on stage six to the top of the Super Planche des Belles Filles before ceding it back to Alaphilippe two days later - and finally to Egan Bernal (Ineos Grenadiers) after the Colombian attacked solo on the Col de l'Iseran on stage 19. On that day the general classification times were taken at the top of the Iseran due to mudslides and extreme weather, which forced the race to be stopped before the final climb to Tignes.   "I've never raced a Grand Tour thinking of winning it," Alaphilippe said, "so there wasn't the same pressure. But I can understand why it's been difficult for [Thibaut] Pinot and [Romain] Bardet," Alaphilippe said.   List of all men's winners of the Tour de France https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Tour_de_France_general_classification_winners     What's New in the 303:   Headsweats Debuts New Look with Updated Logo and Product BOULDER, Colo. (November 30, 2021) /ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – Headsweats, the leader in high performance headwear, is rolling out an updated logo across all current and new product as part of a revamp to their brand voice and personality. The new visuals debut at The Running Event expo in Austin, Texas on December 1, and will be on product starting in January 2022.   The new mark redefines the “running man,” which has been the iconic logo for the 23-year-old company based in Boulder, CO. “The new mark represents an evolving direction for the brand as we expand to a broader audience,” said Headsweats CEO Jim Heese. “We believe the new logo simplifies the legacy mark while staying true to the brand's heritage. The mission of Headsweats is to embrace sweat as a badge of honor for athletes everywhere.”   In addition to the updated logo, Headsweats is also rolling out the Nerve, a new flagship running hat. A third of the regular weight of an average running hat, it features an internal sweatband and superior drying performance to better manage moisture. The Nerve will retail for $39.00 and will be available in Spring 2022.   Closing: Thanks again for listening in this week.  Please be sure to follow us @303endurance and of course go to iTunes and give us a rating and a comment.  We'd really appreciate it! Stay tuned, train informed, and enjoy the endurance journey!

Finding Frequency
#622 Help it's cold!

Finding Frequency

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 7:42


#622 Help it's cold! Helping my father-in-law get back into his own house.You can find me, Werner Puchert, on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Hearing Matters Podcast
The Cranial Nerve Rap feat. Blaise Delfino

Hearing Matters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 3:04


Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
Sidepiece Nerve and a Reformed Jezebel

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 11:04


The CLO really got himself a Strawberry Letterish kinda day today. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The PMRExam Podcast
The Occipital Nerve

The PMRExam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 12:57


The Occipital Nerve The Greater, Lesser and Third ON... Dr. Rosenblum reviews the anatomy of the Greater, Lesser and Third Occipital Nerve... New 2 in 1 Charging Station for Clarius HD Wireless Ultrasound System- Click on the following link and you can enter your credit card info, billing and shipping and your code (DARO) for 20% off! https://store.clarius.com/collections/accessories/products/package-2-in-1-charging-station-hd Events: Plymouth Medical Dec. 2nd, NANS Jan. 13-15,  and NRAP Tampa Ultrasound Workshop Jan.29, 2022! NRAP Tampa- Jan. 29th, 2022 This 1 day intensive workshop has been developed for both novices and advanced pain physicians providers who would like to either learn the basics or further advance their skills in ultrasound guided pain procedures. Participants will have up to 5 hours of hands on ultrasound scanning on live models of different body habitus to learn and identify different sono‐anatomy. Get Your Tickets  Advanced Ultrasound Training Workshop! Register Now! Plymouth Medical Upcoming Orthobiologics Education Webinar! December 2nd, 2021 8PM: Join PLYMOUTH MEDICAL's Orthobiologics Education Webinar with David Rosenblum, M.D., AABP on December 2 at 8:00PM ET to discuss the most effective Orthobiologics solutions and learn how to optimize treatments in your clinic from patient selection to marketing. Register Now! NANS 25th Annual Meeting! JOIN US AT THE 2022 NANS ANNUAL MEETING JANUARY 13-15, 2022, AT THE WALT DISNEY WORLD SWAN AND DOLPHIN RESORT IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA The 2022 NANS Annual Meeting will showcase the latest advances in the field through cutting edge plenary sessions, concurrent sessions, and oral abstract presentations, as well as exhibitions from numerous device companies. NANS will offer attendees an opportunity to connect with colleagues and potential collaborators, continuing to serve as the premier meeting for advancing the science and practice of neuromodulation. Register Now! Podcast Resources: Yu M, Wang SM. Anatomy, Head and Neck, Occipital Nerves. [Updated 2020 Nov 12]. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2021 Jan-. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK542213/ New Updates- New 1 on 1 Training Service! New Hospital and Medical Network Group Training Program! Exclusive Dr/Medical Professional affiliate program! Leverage Your Social Network! PainExam "Complete" Complete CME Course now available! Subscribe to the PMRExam Mailing List for Free Board Prep Material & More! * indicates required Email Address * Email Format html text     Download the PainExam Official Apps for Android and IOS Devices! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.painexam.android.painexam&hl=en_US https://apps.apple.com/us/app/the-pain-management-review/id997396714 Follow PainExam- https://painexam.com/blog/ https://www.facebook.com/PainExam/ https://twitter.com/painexams https://www.instagram.com/painexam/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/painexam https://www.pinterest.com/painexam https://www.youtube.com/user/DocRosenblum/videos

AnesthesiaExam Podcast
The Occipital Nerve

AnesthesiaExam Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 12:57


The Occipital Nerve The Greater, Lesser and Third ON... Dr. Rosenblum reviews the anatomy of the Greater, Lesser and Third Occipital Nerve... New 2 in 1 Charging Station for Clarius HD Wireless Ultrasound System- Click on the following link and you can enter your credit card info, billing and shipping and your code (DARO) for 20% off! https://store.clarius.com/collections/accessories/products/package-2-in-1-charging-station-hd Events: Plymouth Medical Dec. 2nd, NANS Jan. 13-15,  and NRAP Tampa Ultrasound Workshop Jan.29, 2022! NRAP Tampa- Jan. 29th, 2022 This 1 day intensive workshop has been developed for both novices and advanced pain physician providers who would like to either learn the basics or further advance their skills in ultrasound guided pain procedures. Participants will have up to 5 hours of hands on ultrasound scanning on live models of different body habitus to learn and identify different sono‐anatomy. Get Your Tickets  Advanced Ultrasound Training Workshop! Register Now! Plymouth Medical Upcoming Orthobiologics Education Webinar! December 2nd, 2021 8PM: Join PLYMOUTH MEDICAL's Orthobiologics Education Webinar with David Rosenblum, M.D., AABP on December 2 at 8:00PM ET to discuss the most effective Orthobiologics solutions and learn how to optimize treatments in your clinic from patient selection to marketing. Register Now! NANS 25th Annual Meeting! JOIN US AT THE 2022 NANS ANNUAL MEETING JANUARY 13-15, 2022, AT THE WALT DISNEY WORLD SWAN AND DOLPHIN RESORT IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA The 2022 NANS Annual Meeting will showcase the latest advances in the field through cutting edge plenary sessions, concurrent sessions, and oral abstract presentations, as well as exhibitions from numerous device companies. NANS will offer attendees an opportunity to connect with colleagues and potential collaborators, continuing to serve as the premier meeting for advancing the science and practice of neuromodulation. Register Now! Podcast Resources: Yu M, Wang SM. Anatomy, Head and Neck, Occipital Nerves. [Updated 2020 Nov 12]. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2021 Jan-. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK542213/ New Updates- New 1 on 1 Training Service! New Hospital and Medical Network Group Training Program! Exclusive Dr/Medical Professional affiliate program! Leverage Your Social Network! PainExam "Complete" Complete CME Course now available! Subscribe to the AnesthesiaExam mailing list! * indicates required Email Address *     Download the PainExam Official Apps for Android and IOS Devices! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.painexam.android.painexam&hl=en_US https://apps.apple.com/us/app/the-pain-management-review/id997396714 Follow PainExam- https://painexam.com/blog/ https://www.facebook.com/PainExam/ https://twitter.com/painexams https://www.instagram.com/painexam/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/painexam https://www.pinterest.com/painexam https://www.youtube.com/user/DocRosenblum/videos

The PainExam podcast
The Occipital Nerve

The PainExam podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 12:57


The Occipital Nerve The Greater, Lesser and Third ON... Dr. Rosenblum reviews the anatomy of the Greater, Lesser and Third Occipital Nerve... New 2 in 1 Charging Station for Clarius HD Wireless Ultrasound System- Click on the following link and you can enter your credit card info, billing and shipping and your code (DARO) for 20% off! https://store.clarius.com/collections/accessories/products/package-2-in-1-charging-station-hd Events: Plymouth Medical Dec. 2nd and NRAP Tampa Ultrasound Workshop Jan.29, 2022! NRAP Tampa- Jan. 29th, 2022 This 1 day intensive workshop has been developed for both novices and advanced pain physicians providers who would like to either learn the basics or further advance their skills in ultrasound guided pain procedures. Participants will have up to 5 hours of hands on ultrasound scanning on live models of different body habitus to learn and identify different sono‐anatomy. Get Your Tickets  Advanced Ultrasound Training Workshop! Register Now! Plymouth Medical Upcoming Orthobiologics Education Webinar! December 2nd, 2021 8PM: Join PLYMOUTH MEDICAL's Orthobiologics Education Webinar with David Rosenblum, M.D., AABP on December 2 at 8:00PM ET to discuss the most effective Orthobiologics solutions and learn how to optimize treatments in your clinic from patient selection to marketing. Register Now! NANS 25th Annual Meeting! January 13-15th, 2022 JOIN US AT THE 2022 NANS ANNUAL MEETING JANUARY 13-15, 2022, AT THE WALT DISNEY WORLD SWAN AND DOLPHIN RESORT IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA The 2022 NANS Annual Meeting will showcase the latest advances in the field through cutting edge plenary sessions, concurrent sessions, and oral abstract presentations, as well as exhibitions from numerous device companies. NANS will offer attendees an opportunity to connect with colleagues and potential collaborators, continuing to serve as the premier meeting for advancing the science and practice of neuromodulation. Register Now!   Podcast Resources: Yu M, Wang SM. Anatomy, Head and Neck, Occipital Nerves. [Updated 2020 Nov 12]. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2021 Jan-. Available from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK542213/ New Updates- New 1 on 1 Training Service! New Hospital and Medical Network Group Training Program! Exclusive Dr/Medical Professional affiliate program! Leverage Your Social Network! PainExam "Complete" Complete CME Course now available! Subscribe to PainExam's Mailing List * indicates required Email Address *     Download the PainExam Official Apps for Android and IOS Devices! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.painexam.android.painexam&hl=en_US https://apps.apple.com/us/app/the-pain-management-review/id997396714 Follow PainExam- https://painexam.com/blog/ https://www.facebook.com/PainExam/ https://twitter.com/painexams https://www.instagram.com/painexam/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/painexam https://www.pinterest.com/painexam https://www.youtube.com/user/DocRosenblum/videos

Le Mug Nowtech (Replay Officiel)
Pass Sanitaire, la CNIL s'énerve… #PassSanitaire #XBox #Linky etc.

Le Mug Nowtech (Replay Officiel)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 105:39


Lone Sailor
My life (Post Surgery)

Lone Sailor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 4:13


Good Evening , Just wanted to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving and wanted to let y'all know how my last few days have been. I had my first and I hoe my only major surgery, which was my back . I had a Nerve ablation and a Foramainotomy . Sugery went well , now just doing my rehab. Feel like an old man. I will be back to my basketball and fitness ways. With the help of my brother flying into to take care of my initially , I know I will be back in no time. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

This Song Is Yours
Young Franco

This Song Is Yours

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 18:14


We're chatting with Young Franco for Episode 114! The Sydney based producer recently teamed up with Tkay Maidza and Nerve to launch Real Nice (Here Come The Future), which is the brand new theme track for the A-League here in Australia and New Zealand. In today's episode, we're speaking with Young Franco about his first memories of soccer, being able to tour again, how the collaboration came about and the music of Little Simz.You can listen to Young Franco here.You can find the Real Nice (H.C.T.F.) video here.Young Franco Instagram: @youngfrancoYoung Franco Facebook: @youngfrancoThanks again to Young Franco for his time. We also want to give a special shout out to Samantha at Universal Music Australia for her assistance with this episode.You can follow us on This Song Is Yours socials below:TSIY Insta: @thissongisyoursTSIY FB: @thissongisyoursTSIY TikTok: @thissongisyours See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Good morning and welcome to the ride! Clearly he is not the Lord. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Afternoon Drive
Monday Nov. 22: Hour 1 - Courtland Sutton extension, Michael Porter Jr.'s nerve issue, Broncos youth entice QB, USFL, Avalanche

Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 46:58


Making Money in the Music Business
MMMB Podcast 182 - Interview With Nerve CEO John Waupsh

Making Money in the Music Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 47:45


John Waupsh, founder and CEO of Nerve, the first banking app for musicians, is our special guest in this week's podcast episode #182. John shares a plethora of valuable information as it relates to the creation of Nerve banking app which is created and designed for musicians, particularly those who are independent. John explains his background in the music industry, financial technology and how such expertise led to the creation of this dynamic new banking app. Listeners will receive information on how they can streamline their multiple lanes of revenue into one banking app with or without having an officially registered business while becoming more efficient with bookkeeping and management of their music related income. For more information, visit www.nerve.pro Follow: IG @bankonnerve Twitter @bankonnerve FB facebook.com/bankonnerve http://makingmoneyinthemusicbiz.com/

On the Time Lash
Kerb!am Uniqueness Nerve Taxation

On the Time Lash

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 95:02


Ben and Mark are joined by Steven from New to Who to discuss the BBC's perceived political bias through the prism of 'Kerblam!' and 'The Sunmakers'.Isn't the system actually the problem? Is it enough in 2018 to just make a Doctor Who story about Space Amazon or do you actually have to have something to say? Is it a by-product of a more centrist approach to entertainment? And how do three men manage to cover all the potential readings of this slightly muddled tale in around 45 minutes?The Sunmakers brings up discussions of high anxiety, Louise Jameson firing a big gun in the back of a car, flushing officials down the toilet and throwing them off the roof. And much more besides!CONTAINS BIG SWEARS FROM THE OUTSETSupport the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/onthetimelash)

My Immune System Hates Me!
M.S. Stands for Mindset Shift

My Immune System Hates Me!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 27:38


Visti Patti's website PattieKaye.com and join her Facebook group, MS Stands for Mindset Shift. Check out the My Immune System Hates Me store! There are clothes, drink ware, bags, and more. Then be sure to tag @myimmunesystempod with photos!Don't forget to rate and review the show!***Any information discussed in this podcast is strictly my opinion and those of my guests and are for informational purposes only. We are speaking from our personal experiences and you should always consult with your doctor or medical team.

Motorcycle Madhouse Radio Podcast
Ep 628 Hells Angels Protect Their Colors/ The nerve of this guy with this biker gang crap

Motorcycle Madhouse Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 37:03


#HELLSANGELS #HELLSANGELSMC #HELLSANGELSMOTORCYCLECLUB A jury has acquitted three men tied to the Hells Angels of breaking into a Winnipeg man's home, rejecting the prosecution's argument they were acting to protect the outlaw motorcycle gang's "brand." Jack Shore, 68, a full-patch member of the Winnipeg Hells Angels chapter since its inception in 2001, "prospect" Dylan Hutchinson, 24, and "hangaround" David Saunders, 47, stood trial charged with breaking and entering with intent to commit assault, and breaking and entering with intent to commit an indictable offence in support of a criminal organization. Shore was acquitted of an additional count of uttering threats. Timestamps

The Anatomy Nerd Podcast
The Anatomy of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

The Anatomy Nerd Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 7:05


In this mini episode, Hillary dives into the anatomy of carpal tunnel syndrome. You will learn about the parts of the body that are involved in carpal tunnel syndrome, common causes, symptoms, and solutions. The articles below were used as a reference for this episode. https://orthoinfo.aaos.org/en/diseases--conditions/carpal-tunnel-syndrome/https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK546607/https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3558235/ https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/4005-carpal-tunnel-syndromeYou can connect with Hillary on Instagram @theanatomynerdpodcast or feel free to send her an email at theanatomynerdpodcast@gmail.com Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/theanatomynerdpodcast)

i35SportsConnection
092: Struck A Nerve

i35SportsConnection

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 24:48


Show Rundown- #DallasCowboys take a beating- #Chiefs survive, but defense shows life- #Mavs record is great but is the team- Do you believe the #Rangers #ChiefsKingdom #MFFL #Cowboysnation

The Witch Bitch Amateur Hour
Nerve Plant and Hematite - Ep. 173

The Witch Bitch Amateur Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 84:27


Back to our regularly scheduled programming We are back on our normal bs. Macy talks about a sensitive little dude, and Charlye shakes the crystal community.wbahpodcast.com_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-MAJOR by Luck Zytowskbeckluzy.wordpress.comAmazonInstagram: @luckslibrary_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-Play The Sims With Charlyetwitch.tv/charlye_withawhyTwitter @charlyewithawhyOur Video EditorRichards's Kitchhttps://m.youtube.com/channel/UC_CwBrVMhqezVz_fog716Ow_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-Advertise with us!Just shoot us an email over to wbahpodcast@gmail.comSnag yourself some WBAH Merch!teespring.com/stores/wbah-podcast-storeContact Us (Come Eat With Us)Instagram @WitchBitchAmateurHourTwitter @BitchHourFacebook @WitchAmateurHourDiscord https://discord.gg/DBhCw9vZwbahpodcast@gmail.comWant to help support the Podcast? Consider becoming a Patron!www.patreon.com/wbahpodcastHandwritten letters are actual magic!PO Box 865Canton, Tx75103Theme music by:www.fiverr.com/master_serviceWe are not doctors, lawyers, or professionals. We are amateurs, and nothing we say should be taken as advice, instruction, or seriously. Any action taken based on what we say or imply can and will lead to illness, existential crisis, injury, your pets no longer loving you, and death. We make no promise or guarantee, expressed or implied, and assume no legal liability or responsibility for any injuries resulting from the use of information contained within our media.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/wbahpodcast)

Podcast Killed The Video Star
Ep 51: A LOT OF NERVE (w/ Mary Sasson, Mano Agapion, & Oscar Montoya)

Podcast Killed The Video Star

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 56:16


What in the TR-Hell is going on here!? It's the 51st EP of PODCAST KILLED THE VIDEO STAR! AND WHAT?! We have the insanely hilar MARY SASSON! What a gaggy, crazy, stupid collection of music videos!! This collection of videos is JUST WOW including Lady Marmelade - X-Tina, Lil Kim, Mya, Pink, TLC - No Scrubs, & Say My Name - Destiny's Child! Listen to 2 Qweirdos (Oscar Montoya & Mano Agapion) on a quest to find the 100 best music videos ever made!! Join us! I DIDN'T EXPECT THIS KIND OF GAGGOTRY! GO TO our IG & vote on which one of these should make it to the next round! AND- you can watch along with us if you want to on Youtube! EPISODES DROP EVERY FRIDAY! FIND US ON IG & YOUTUBE! #PKTVS INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/podcastkilledthevideostar YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6rdmUYOnHqSGJ90BbyW-Jw SUPPORT & FORCE US TO WATCH YOUR VIDEO: https://anchor.fm/podcastkilledthevideostar/support MANO AGAPION: https://www.instagram.com/manoagapion/ OSCAR MONTOYA: https://www.instagram.com/ozzymo/ APPLE PODCASTS: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/podcast-killed-the-video-star/id1539892212 RATE & REVIEW US WHEREVER YOU POD! LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, & COMMENT ON YOUTUBE! ALL THAT SHIT! Sound Engineer/Video Editor: Matthew Brian Cohen Music By: Twinkids Art By: Jack Manion --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/podcastkilledthevideostar/support

Health Made Easy with Dr. Jason Jones
Lowering Stress for Optimum Health Part 1: What is the Vagus Nerve, why you should care and what it controls

Health Made Easy with Dr. Jason Jones

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 7:19


Lowering Stress for Optimum Health Part 1: What is the Vagus nerve, why should I care, and what it controls? Dr. Jason Jones Elizabeth City NC, Chiropractor Have you ever heard about the vagus nerve? You probably haven't. Well, it's no surprise to know because scientists have researched many functions of this nerve, and they are still yet to know all. Well, in this article, we shall keep it simple and tell you about this special cranial nerve. Continue reading! The body has 12 cranial nerves, which come in pairs and help to link the brain to different parts of the body, such as your head, torso, and neck. Some of these cranial nerves help to send sensory information, including details about sight, smells, sounds, and tastes to the brain- This is called the sensory function. Other cranial nerves control the function of certain nerves and various muscles, and this is called motor function. However, some nerves perform both sensory and motor functions, and a good example is the vagus nerve, which is also called the 10th cranial nerve or cranial nerve X. What is the Vagus nerve? The word “vagus” is Latin, meaning “Wandering.” This name is given to the cranial nerve because it wanders from the brain into organs in the neck, abdomen, and chest. It is the longest and most complex of the 12 cranial nerves, having two bunches of sensory nerve cells. It basically allows the brain to monitor and receive information about different body functions. The vagus starts in the medulla oblongata. It has two large nerves – long fibers having smaller cells that carry information around the body. One nerve emerges on the left side of the medulla and the other on the right. From the medulla, the vagus moves down, up, and around the body. It goes down to control the muscles of the larynx and moves up to reach the inside of the ear. From the back of your throat to the end of the large intestine, different parts of the nerve wrap around these organs and tubes. And it sticks a delicate finger into the heart and even touches the bladder. What does the vagus nerve do? The vagus nerve has different functions in the body. However, these are the key functions of this nerve: It senses information from the heart, throat, abdomen, and lungs It provides the taste sensation behind the tongue It supports movement functions for the neck muscles responsible for speech and swallowing It is responsible for respiration, digestive tract, and heart rate functioning It delivers information from the gut to the brain, relating to anxiety, stress, and fear - hence, the common saying “gut feeling.” It communicates with the diaphragm during deep breaths It sends anti-inflammatory signals to other body parts However, if the vague verve is overactive, your heart may not pump enough blood around the body. Sometimes, it can cause organ damage and loss of consciousness known as a Vasovagal Response. Why should I care? Like you've seen above, the vagus nerve plays a huge role in our overall health and wellness. However, research has shown that chronic conditions such as diabetes and alcoholism can cause damages to the vague nerve. And if the vagus nerve is damaged, it may result in diarrhea, bloating, nausea, and gastroparesis. That's more reason why you should learn how to strengthen your vagus nerve naturally. You can consult Dr. Jason Jones at our chiropractic office in Elizabeth City, NC, to learn about natural ways to strengthen your vagal nerve for better health.

Honeydew Me
Eat Your Way to Better Sex

Honeydew Me

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 55:19


From lubrication to sensitivity, it turns out the food we eat has a HUGE impact on the kind of sex we're having. Christine DeLozier, an acupuncturist, herbalist and author of the book Diet For Great Sex, is here to drop the delicious deets on how to eat for better sex. We cover all the foods you can start incorporating to increase your libido, up your arousal, and intensify your orgasms. We also dive into aphrodisiacs and how to utilize them for both IMMEDIATE and long-term results.    We also chat about: Hormone imbalance (testosterone, estrogen, stress, dopamine etc.) Blood flow Nerve pathways   Sponsors & Partners: MANSCAPED | Get 20% off and free shipping with code DEWME at manscaped.com Foria | Get 20% off with code HONEYDEWME20 at foriawellness.com   Connect with us: via TikTok, Instagram, or Youtube via honeydewmepodcast.com

Anesthesiology Journal's podcast
Featured Article Podcast:Peripheral Nerve Blocks and Postoperative Opioids

Anesthesiology Journal's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 24:42


Moderator: BobbieJean Sweitzer, M.D. Participants: Gavin Hamilton, M.D., M.Sc. Articles Discussed: Persistent Postoperative Opioid Prescription Fulfillment and Peripheral Nerve Blocks for Ambulatory Shoulder Surgery: A Retrospective Cohort Study

The Untethered Podcast
Episode 134: Sensory Processing, Cranial Nerve Integration & Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy with Dr. Marielly Mitchell, OTD, OTR/L, SIPT, SWC

The Untethered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 56:18


In this episode, Hallie talks with Marielly Mitchell, OTD, OTR/L, SIPT, SWC all about an occupational therapist's approach and journey into orofacial myofunctional therapy. Marielly talks about the importance of the connection between sensory processing, cranial nerve integration and orofacial myofunctional therapy. They also discuss the importance sleep and breathing has on the nervous system and SO much more!Please click here to download the show notes.For more episodes visit www.untetheredpodcast.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Superfeed! from The Incomparable
TeeVee 723: Fetch the Comfy Chair! (Farscape S1E19-20)

Superfeed! from The Incomparable

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 49:54


Farscape delivers its first two-part episode and it does not disappoint! In the first part, “Nerve”, Aeryn’s still suffering from the wound she received in the last episode. And the only cure just happens to be on the secret Peacekeeper base nearby. Crichton and Chiana go there to get it and wind up meeting an old friend, a potential new friend and a new enemy. The Peacekeeper Scorpius captures Crichton and subjects him to the Aurora Chair, a device that rather painfully extracts your memories. We leave Crichton trapped in the comfy chair as we end on our first cliffhanger… But we don’t have to wait months for a resolution, no, it’s right on to the next episode, “The Hidden Memory”. Scorpius learns of Crichton’s feud with Captain Crais and summons him to the secret base. While the crew mount a rescue mission, Moya goes into labor! But there’s something not right with the baby. Can the crew rescue Crichton before he breaks in the chair? What’s up with Moya’s baby? What will Aeryn do when she finally meets Crais again? Listen and find out! Host Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

Felger & Massarotti
Patriots Losing Their Nerve? // Nathan Eovaldi's Impact // Astro's Gamesmanship – 10/18/2021 (Hour 2)

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 40:24


  (0:00) The Best and Worst moments from Sunday's Patriots game are relived, have the Patriots lost their nerve? (13:10) Nathan Eovaldi has given the Red Sox a pitching advantage over the Astros, can he be the difference in the series? (24:50) The Astros Jake Odorizzi took over 20 minutes to warm up after being an injury replacement, was this gamesmanship on the part of Dusty Baker and the Astros? (32:30) The stupidity of the Cowboys including poor play calling from the 1-yard line and bad penalties are discussed.

The BrilliantlyDumb Show
You Have Some Nerve

The BrilliantlyDumb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 51:25


Bob recaps his trip to Vegas and gives his buy/sell of the week. Bear Down Cuz and Joey Cold Cuts join to discuss Cold Cuts' CONTROVERSIAL instagram shot at Bear Down and make this week's prize picks selection. Top 5 gas station snacks close the show. SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS: ▶ PRIZE PICKS - Prizepicks.com - ANY DEPOSIT MATCHED UP TO $100! Use promo code: BOBBYPROPS. All depositors are entered into a raffle to play a round of golf with Bobby Fairways and Joey Cold Cuts! ▶ RHOBACK - Get 15% off your first purchase using this link https://rhoback.com/?rfsn=5591155.80daca9&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=athlete&utm_campaign=REF_Robert-B_0.25 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Von Haessler Doctrine
The Von Haessler Doctrine S9/E016 - Nerve Agents

The Von Haessler Doctrine

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 172:25


Join Eric, @WesMoss365, @TimAndrewsHere, @Autopritts, @JaredYamamoto, @EnglishNick, and Greg as they chat about listener hate, COVID Christmas confusion, and much more! “Brought to you by Findlay Roofing”