We are so excited to introduce today's guest, Dr. Meg Mill, Functional Medicine Practitioner, bestselling author, podcast host and speaker. We know that headaches and migraines are a huge problem that affects a large population of women and teens and we dive right into this issue, the root causes and how to come up with natural solutions to get rid of headaches and migraines and improve the quality of your life. In today's episode we discuss: Saying goodbye to headaches and migraines once and for all Popping pills is just a cover-up and does not help you get to the root cause of the issue How to become a detective for your own health Food triggers that can contribute to headaches That yes our hormones can play a role too Helpful links and resources: Free Gift: 8 Step Guide to Say Goodbye to Headaches Naturally: www.HelpMyHeadaches.com Learn about Dr. Meg Mill: www.megmill.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drmegmill/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/drmegmill Podcast: A Little Bit Healthier Podcast ----------------------------------------------------------- Thanks to our amazing sponsor: Shield your body is a company that makes products to Shield Your Body against Electromagnetic Frequency (EMF) radiation from modern technology. Fortunately, there are easy ways that you can reduce your EMF exposure– right now, that cost you nothing! Download the free guide at ShieldYourBody.com to start improving your health right now! ----------------------------------------------------------- Sign-up for your 15 minute Health Transformation Audit - Click here. Click this link to join our 30-day Thrive during the holidays supportive community program and thrive (not just survive) the fun & festive holiday season. Missed our Fall group 7 Day Functional Liver Detox? We now have a program where you can do it on your own schedule but still receive all the wonderful support and recipes of the full program. Register here! How can you support our podcast? Apple users, please subscribe and review our show on Apple Podcasts,we make sure to read them all. Android users, please be sure to subscribe to our show on Google Podcasts so that you don't miss any of the action. Tell a friend about The Art of Living Well Podcast® and our community programs. Share your favorite episode on social media and don't forget to tag us @theartofliving_well. Shop our Favorite Products: https://www.theartoflivingwell.us/products Connect with us on social media: IG: @theartofliving_well FB: theartoflivingwell Get on our list so you don't miss out on announcements, programs and events. You can download our guests' favorite reads here. Learn more about your hosts: Marnie Dachis Marmet Stephanie May Potter
Dollar cost averaging is king for bitcoin trading right now, exclaims Eric Wade, editor of Crypto Capital. Eric says "it's too early to say" how many official blockchains will dictate the future of money transactions, but he likes all of the big leaders such as Ethereum, he tells Daniela Cambone. When regulation arrives for crypto, "it's going to be a drumbeat for the asset class," he continues. "I love gold, and if you don't own gold ask yourself why," Wade concludes. And he believes "if you're wrong [on a trade], take your loss... except for bitcoin, ride that forever."
Author Barb Raveling struggled with emotional eating for 25 years, and it felt like the one stronghold she would never overcome. That is until God taught her a life-changing discipline that helped her finally end the cycle of emotional eating for good—the renewing of the mind. In this candid interview, Kim and Barb discuss Barb's new book "Say Goodbye to Emotional Eating" and give listeners hope that they too can overcome!Focus Scripture: Romans 12:2Support the show
For the first time ever, Noah and April bring the whole family on to say goodbye to season 6 and talk about what ADOPTION NOW means to each one of them. AJ introduces “Grandpa Joe” while Maliyah tries to steal the spotlight! Lily and AJ's heartfelt answers will make you want to hear more about their thoughts on adoption, and Vivy is proud to tell you what she is good at! This family was built on adoption, loves adoption, and has embraced adopting the whole story. Together they have brought you ADOPTION NOW, Telling Your Adoption Story. Adoption stories from all over the world shared by adoptees, birth parents and adoptive parents. Don't miss this sweet family episode! Goodbye season 6…. hello season 7!
This week we return to the podcast that kicked off everything. It’s the moment that started everything, Trust Your Doctor, coming back for its triumphant…. death. It’s the beginning of the end but the moment has been prepared for, but only as far as we usually prepare on Decorative Vegetable podcasts. It’s The Power ofContinue reading →
After a long hiatus, me and Billy discussed his trip to his article, and then we give you some pro wrestling smoke. First we give you "The Gordon Solie Poetry Corner", then we discuss AEW buying out CM punk, and we discuss in preview WWE show Crown Jewel. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/smokethisova/message
It's our first live!In this rapid reaction episode, Jess and Imani break down all the shenanigans that were afoot at the Supreme Court today as the justices heard oral arguments in what could end race-based affirmative action as we know it in higher ed admissions.You can also watch the video playback of the live episode here.Rewire News Group is a nonprofit media organization, which means that Boom! Lawyered–especially rapid reaction episodes like this one—one are only made possible by the support of listeners like you! If you can, please join our team by donating here.And sign up for The Fallout, a weekly newsletter written by Jess that's exclusively dedicated to covering every aspect of this unprecedented moment.
It's our first live!In this rapid reaction episode, Jess and Imani break down all the shenanigans that were afoot at the Supreme Court today as the justices heard oral arguments in what could end race-based affirmative action as we know it in higher ed admissions.You can also watch the video playback of the live episode here.Rewire News Group is a nonprofit media organization, which means that Boom! Lawyered–especially rapid reaction episodes like this one—one are only made possible by the support of listeners like you! If you can, please join our team by donating here.And sign up for The Fallout, a weekly newsletter written by Jess that's exclusively dedicated to covering every aspect of this unprecedented moment.
Do you want to grow your business without having to plop your kids in front of a tablet for hours and getting irritated every time they interrupt you? Or, does building a sales funnel completely turn you off because it feels slimy and complicated? That's why you need an organic growth strategy that will boost your sales organically, efficiently, and keeps working for you far longer than that “quick” Tik Tok you had to film, edit, caption, and then hashtag research…not so quick is it? Welcome to episode 231 of the Organic Marketing Queen podcast! In this episode, I'm sharing how I've grown my business (while living the mom life I envisioned) using this podcast as my ONLY sales funnel. I'm chatting all about how podcasting can help you, no matter if you're an Etsy shop owner, have a brick and mortar store, coaching, or any type of online business! Because when you blend strategy, soul, and podcasting into your business you can experience the freedom you were looking for when you first decided to become an entrepreneur. I'm here for you boo! Every step of the way. Let's do this! With love, Juliana Let's connect!!! IG: @juliana.barbati Want my magic touch in starting or growing your podcast? Check this out: http://julianabarbati.com/hello Other episodes for you to check out: Ep 187. How to grow any business with a podcast Ep 194 How to grow your business in a soul aligned way (without hustle and overwhelm)
Episode Summary: Lee Ann Mancini and I talk about raising children to have a strong foundation in Jesus. It's her passion to equip parents with valuable resources so they can raise their children to have a strong foundation in Jesus—the only foundation that will last. This is such an important topic given the world we live in and the influences our children are under. We talk about how to help kids with bullying, why forgiveness is important, why kids are walking away from their faith and more. Quotables from the episode: I see how children are walking away from their faith – first priority is the salvation of our children and the preservation of Christianity. Kids are leaving home and being influence by a humanistic perspective from their professors and peers. The enemy of our soul and our children's souls likes to attack at the foundation. We need to give our children spiritual meat, not mild. If our children don't have a solid foundation in Jesus by the age of 10, they are significantly more likely to walk away from their faith. I believe His will for me is to equip all who are raising the next generation to have a strong foundation in Jesus that will last a lifetime. Don't look at the world and have despair – With God's help, we can overcome. God's word tells us the whole narrative, and we only need to walk in faith and spiritual sight. Your kids will reflect the mirror of your character. Our children are our future. We need to rely on the Holy Spirit for their transformation and do all we can to teach them the ways of the Lord. One of the most important things we can teach our children is how to forgive each other. Play is the highest form of science and education for our children. Make today the day that you decide what is most important for raising our children to have a strong foundation in Jesus. Scripture References: Deuteronomy 6:4-9 NIV: Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. 5Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. 6 These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. 7 Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. 8 Tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. 9 Write them on the doorframes of your houses and on your gates. Psalm 78:5-6 NIV: He decreed statutes for Jacob and established the law in Israel, which he commanded our ancestors to teach their children, so the next generation would know them, even the children yet to be born, and they in turn would tell their children. Psalm 51:6 NIV: Yet you desired faithfulness even in the womb; you taught me wisdom in that secret place. Recommended Resources: What a Bragger!: Adventures of the Sea Kids by Lee Ann Mancini Forever With Jesus by Lee Ann Mancini A Servant Like Jesus: Adventures Of the Sea Kids by Lee Ann Mancini God's Gift: Adventures of the Sea Kids by Lee Ann Mancini God's Easter Miracles: Adventures of the Sea Kids by Lee Ann Mancini I'm Not Afraid: Adventures of the Sea Kids by Lee Ann Mancini 8 Great Smarts: Discover and Nurture Your Child's Intelligences by Kathy Koch, Ph.D. Five to Thrive: How to Determine if Your Core Needs Are Being Met by Kathy Koch, Ph.D. Start with the Heart: How to Motivate Your Kids to Be Compassionate, Responsible, and Brave (Even When You're Not Around) by Kathy Koch, Ph.D. Screens and Teens: Connecting with Our Kids in a Wireless World by Kathy Koch, Ph.D. Say Goodbye to Whining, Complaining, and Bad Attitudes…in You and Your Kids by Scott Turansky Parenting is Heart Work by Scott Turansky Good and Angry: Exchanging Frustration for Character in You and Your Kids! by Scott Turansky Motivate Your Child: A Christian Parent's Guide to Raising Kids Who Do What They Need to Do Without Being Told by Scott Turansky The Christian Parenting Handbook: 50 Heart-Based Strategies for All the Stages of Your Child's Life by Scott Turansky Toddlers on the Move: Parenting Wisdom for Ages 12-36 Months by Scott Turansky No More Perfect Kids: Love Your Kids for Who They Are by Jill Savage The Grumble-Free Year: Twelve Months, Eleven Family Members, and One Impossible Goal by Tricia Goyer Calming Angry Kids: Help and Hope for Parents in the Whirlwind by Tricia Goyer BiblicalParentingUniversity.com How to Overcome Grumbling, Complaining, and General Negativity – Episode 64 Trusting God Through Cancer 1 Trusting God Through Cancer 2 Revive & Thrive Women's Conference Subdue Stress and Anxiety: Fifteen Experts Offer Comprehensive Tools in Ten Minutes a Day. Use my link plus discount code BENG99 to save $90 on course (course will be $99.) Free Download: How To Fight Fearful/Anxious Thoughts and Win Breaking Anxiety's Grip: How to Reclaim the Peace God Promises by Dr. Michelle Bengtson Breaking Anxiety's Grip Free Study Guide Free 7-Day YouVersion Bible Reading Plan for Breaking Anxiety's Grip Hope Prevails: Insights from a Doctor's Personal Journey Through Depression by Dr. Michelle Bengtson, winner of the Christian Literary Award Reader's Choice Award Hope Prevails Bible Study by Dr. Michelle Bengtson, winner of the Christian Literary Award Reader's Choice Award Social Media Links for Host and Guest: Connect with Lee Ann Mancini: Raising Christian Kids Facebook / Facebook Group / Instagram / Podcast / Website Sea Kids Facebook / Instagram Order Book Breaking Anxiety's Grip / Order Book Hope Prevails / Website / Blog / Facebook / Twitter (@DrMBengtson) / LinkedIn / Instagram / Pinterest / YouTube Guest: Lee Ann hosts the award-winning Raising Christian Kids podcast, which can be found on all major platforms, including CounterCultureMom.com, Pray.com, and Edifi.app. Raising Christian Kids is a five to ten-minute podcast that equips and empowers parents, grandparents, teachers, and all who are raising the next generation to have a strong foundation in Jesus. Lee Ann also has an informative webinar presentation that highlights her research and biblical knowledge in this area. “It is first about the salvation of the children and then about the preservation of Christianity.” There is truth to the adage, “The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world!” Lee Ann is an award-winning Christian children's author and Executive Producer of the new animation series Sea Kids, which can be seen on Trinity Broadcasting Network, Pure Flix, Right Now Media, and SeaKidsTv.com. Lee Ann Mancini received a B.A. in Biblical and Theological Studies from Regent University, a Master's degree in Theological Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (Trinity International University), and two Master's degrees from Knox Theological Seminary in Biblical and Theological Studies and Christian and Classical Studies. She is a professor at South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary teaching Apologetics, Romans, Ministerial Ethics, Prison Epistles, and The Bride of Christ. She holds a board position with South Florida Bible College & Theological. She also holds a board position with the Alexandrian Forum, under the tutelage of Dr. Warren Gage Th.M., J.D., Ph.D., an organization seeking to bring a greater understanding of the Bible by hosting annual Typology Conferences in South Florida dedicated to the theme of Christ as the center of scripture. Her God-given mission and desire are to serve all who are raising the next generation of Christians by preparing the soil to be rich from the womb to age three in which to plant the seeds that grow deep roots from ages four to ten. Hosted By: Dr. Michelle Bengtson Audio Technical Support: Bryce Bengtson
There are some insights that we just have to go back to. This time, we bring back this conversation about reducing human dependence on plastics with Sandra Ann Harris, Founder of ECOlunchbox.We leave you with the episode notes:Our guest has a passion for protecting the oceans by reducing human dependence on plastics. Concerned about the toxins commonly found in lunchbox containers, plastic pollution activist and environmental entrepreneur Sandra Ann Harris decided to eliminate plastics from her kids' lunchboxes. In 2008, she founded ECOlunchbox, a California green-certified business focused on plastic pollution aversion, offering plastic-free food containers that are non-toxic and healthy for both people and the planet. Sandra is also the author of a new book, Say Goodbye to Plastic: A Survival Guide for Plastic-Free Living. In this episode, listeners find out how Sandra has tried to make an impact, no matter what she was doing, and why she was inspired to start her own company to combat plastic pollution. Hear about some of the challenges she faced, from production to funding, and the tactic she has used to inspire change, as well as how each of us can be part of the change – in whatever way we can. She also shares some of her tips for other thought leaders and entrepreneurs thinking about writing a book, and explains how she continues to personally evolve. Tune in today to find out more!Key Points From This Episode:Hear a bit more about Sandra's career arc, from journalist to aid worker to entrepreneur. How the stories she chose to write as a journalist reflected her desire to make an impact.What it was about the plastic crisis that inspired Sandra to start ECOlunchbox.Some challenges that Sandra encountered in launching and growing her company.Sandra believes that, with curiosity and creativity, there is nowhere we can't go and nothing we can't achieve.The benefits of crowdfunding versus sourcing investors or self-funding your ideas.From personal health benefits to the benefit of the planet – how people came to recognize the negative impact of plastic.The value of using positive messaging rather than using negativity and fear to inspire action.We don't need to know all the facts, we just need to be part of the change, however we can.Sandra shares the inspiration for her book: why this book, and why now?Pro tips for other thought leaders and entrepreneurs thinking about writing a book.How Sandra keeps evolving personally by continually taking on new challenges.Where to find Sandra's book, Say Goodbye to Plastic: A Survival Guide for Plastic-Free Living.Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Sandra Ann Harris on LinkedInECOlunchboxSay Goodbye to PlasticKickstarterCradle to CradleThe UpcycleLovemarks
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Stories in this episode: - UFOs and Almost Being Taken by the Fae? by Alex Olmstead - There's Someone in My House, meeeelikesfrogs - He Came to Say Goodbye, by Dulce - Strange Experience, Was it a Dream? by absolutelybackwards - Shadow People & Astral Projection, by Rachael - Something Used to Stalk My Brother, by Dr3ad_6 To support the show and get access to ad-free episodes of Odd Trails at a crystal clear 320kbps head over to patreon.com/oddtrails to sign up today! All the stories you've heard this week were narrated and produced with the permission of their respective authors. To submit your story to the show, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out the other Cryptic County podcasts like Let's Not Meet: A True Horror Podcast and the Old Time Radiocast at CrypticCountyPodcasts.com or wherever you get your podcasts! Go to HelloFresh.com/trails65 and use code TRAILS65 for 65% off plus free shipping! Gerber Life Guaranteed Life Insurance provides valuable whole life insurance protection to help cover your final expenses! Visit GerberLifeFamily.com Improve your quality of sleep with GhostBed. We love their cooling technology and know you will too. Get 30% off site wide at www.ghostbed.com/trails. - Spotify: https://open.spotify.com /show/1n7wNZGJJ3Oc31O4TYx4x3 - Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast /feed/id1598762965 - Instagram: @oddtrailspodcast - Twitter: @OddTrails
In this episode of Words on a Wire we're here to bring you a very special show, a tribute to American poet and writer Benjamin Alire Saenz. This show is a compilation of the most memorable moments of the event, back in April of the present year at the El Paso Community Foundation. Featuring writers Daniel Chacón, Alessandra Narvaez Varela, Tim Z. Hernández, Lee Merrill Byrd and Bobby Byrd, Alfredo Corchado and Former US Poet Laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera as the principal guest speakers of the event.A big thank you to our team of producers Claudia Flores, Ana Llurba and Iliana Pichardo Urrutia and to the entire team that made this episode posible. Our Sound Editor: Facundo Torrieri. Script writer: Iliana Pichardo and our KTEP Producer Paul Castro and his team for helping us recording this wonderful event. We would also like to thank the El Paso Community Foundation, former, Dean of the college of Liberal arts at UTEP Denis A. O'Hearn and his team for making this event possible. And lastly to the Creative Writing Team from the Creative Writing Department at UTEP, for helping with the organization and marketing of the event.Benjamin Alire Sáenz is an author of poetry and prose for adults and teens. He was the first Hispanic winner of the PEN/Faulkner Award and a recipient of the American Book Award for his books for adults. He is the author of Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, which was a Printz Honor Book, the Stonewall Award winner, the Pura Belpré Award winner, the Lambda Literary Award winner, and a finalist for the Amelia Elizabeth Walden Award, and its sequel, Aristotle and Dante Dive into the Waters of the World. His first novel for teens, Sammy and Juliana in Hollywood, was an ALA Top Ten Book for Young Adults and a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. His second book for teens, He Forgot to Say Goodbye, won the Tomás Rivera Mexican American Children's Book Award, the Southwest Book Award, and was named a New York Public Library Book for the Teen Age. He lives in El Paso, Texas.
TRIGGER WARNING! This episode is an emotional one for me and one of the hardest I had to record and edit. We had to once again gone through one of the worst experiences as pet owner. Freddy and I recently put down our 13 year old furry baby, Emjay. I was in the room with him kissing him until his very last breath. How do you know when it's time to say goodbye to something you love so much? I have struggled with that question each time I had to unfortunately say goodbye to one of my furry babies. It DOESN'T get easier once you go through it once. I have had to put 4 furry babies down and each time my heart gets ripped out of my chest. I know that I am not alone in this pain. People around you may never truly understand your sadness and grief because only you and your pet had that beautiful relationship. You take all the time you need to heal. This is part of my healing process, sharing and talking about it with you all. I hope this shows that it's okay to not be sure when to put your furry loved one down. There are things to look for and pay attention to help you make this difficult decision. I have included the videos I watched that helped me to know when it was time. Remember that that you are never alone in your confusion, sadness and pain. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lissy-correa/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lissy-correa/support
Find the Root Cause of Hormonal Migraines with Dr. Meg Mill Are you suffering from migraines or chronic headaches? In today's episode Dr. Meg Mill goes over all the many root causes of migraines and headaches. Learn triggers to avoid, supplements to consider, and how Functional Medicine may be your answer to finally stop the headache, migraine cycle once and for all! IN THIS EPISODE: What is Functional Medicine? How does diet play a part in Migraines? How can people identify foods that trigger migraines? Histamine Intolerance and migraines? Can your surroundings contribute to migraines? If we are sensitive to envionmental triggers, what are some things we can do to ease the burden? How does stress play a role in migraines? Migraines and sleep connection Hydration and migraines and so much more! Reach Dr. Meg Mill Free Gift: 8 Step Guide to Say Goodbye to Headaches Naturally: http://www.HelpMyHeadaches.com Hormone Symptom Checklist: Discover & Fix Your Hormonal Imbalances: http://www.HormoneFixer.com Live Group Program Head Strong: http://www.HappinessBeyondHeadaches.com Website: http://www.megmilll.com Podcast A Little Bit Healthier Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/drmegmill Reach Kat: https://www.katkhatibi.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/katkhatibi/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katkhatibipodcast FB Estrogen Dominance Support: https://www.facebook.com/groups/246063502794666 FB General Female Hormonal Imbalances Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/461743274271991/ SUPPORT THE PODCAST: https://anchor.fm/healthfulgypsy/support Be a guest in a future episode: https://www.katkhatibi.com/podcast/ Leave a voice comment or question and maybe get it answered or heard on a future episode: https://anchor.fm/healthfulgypsy/message BECOME A PATRON BALANCE YOUR HORMONES: code KAT15 for 15% off https://femmenessence.com/katkhatibi --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/healthfulgypsy/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/healthfulgypsy/support
At least two of the Mayo Clinic facilities (Florida and Arizona) will no longer accept patients that want to pay with Medicare Advantage plans. In addition, there is a Medallion program which extracts $6,000 per year per participant in order to assure prompt access to the doctor of one's choice. Contact me at: DBJ@MLMMailbag.com (Most severe critic: A+) Inspired by: "MEDICARE FOR THE LAZY MAN 2022; Simplest & Easiest Guide Ever!" on Amazon.com. Return to leave a short customer review & help future readers. Official website: https://www.MedicareForTheLazyMan.com
What if "why not?" became your new mantra? What could you accomplish or manifest in your life? What if the best part of your life is your 60s? I'm excited to share this follow up episode, with one of my favorite people in the whole world, my friend Marty Stanley. Marty is an amazing woman who had a great corporate, consulting, and speaking career and now is saying goodbye to move on with the next phase of her amazing life. Her story will blow you away and provide you an example of how dreams do come true. Hear how she is able to say goodbye, so she can say hello to what's next, surrender spiritually so she manifested a life most only dream of, and her wisdom as she shares her journey of discover and love, after being single for 35 years. The book Marty mentioned during the episode is Change Me Prayers by Tosha Silver that you can find on Amazon at: https://www.amazon.com/Change-Me-Prayers-Spiritual-Surrender/dp/1501111752/ FOR FULL SHOW NOTES AND LINKS VISIT: https://www.jasonmefford.com/jammingwithjason294/ You can also listen to the previous episode with Marty: Ged Out of BED https://jasonmefford.com/jammingwithjason79/ LIKED THE PODCAST? If you're the kind of person who likes to help others, then share this with your friends and family. If you found value, the will too. Please leave a review [https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/jamming-with-jason-mefford/id1456660699] on Apple Podcasts so we can reach more people. Join my Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/beinguniquely OTHER RESOURCES YOU MAY ENJOY: My YouTube channel [https://www.youtube.com/c/jasonleemefford] and make sure to subscribe My Facebook page [https://www.facebook.com/jammingwithjasonmefford] My LinkedIn page [https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonmefford/] My website [https://jasonmefford.com] STAY UP TO DATE WITH NEW CONTENT: It can be difficult to find information on social media and the internet, but you get treated like a VIP and have one convenient list of new content delivered to you inbox each week when you subscribe to Jason's VIP Lounge at: https://jasonmefford.com/vip/ plus that way you can communicate with me through email.
Perfection is a Beast that destroys self-confidence, peace, and more. Learn to let go of any need to strive for the impossibility of perfection. Well done is more than good enough. Connect with me at; www.ValerieSilveira.com
Hello friends! Today we have trouble opening a bottle of sparkling wine (again). Then we answer questions from listeners about how to say goodbye on the phone, the phrasal verb "put out", and how to get involved with English... FOR REAL. Online lessons with Abe: https://www.55freebird.com/blank-1 Teacher Talk YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd6WmMG4ixKi54TQ8--fd1g?sub_confirmation=1 SPACE DRAGON on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6CXutI2VqdkQPk56ie7gUq?si=cjfFnAz0RL-1s7_8PVOKCg https://www.instagram.com/fbeteachertalk/ GoGoエイブ会話 YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZSnkwixv3YMHVAsFheMSHg?sub_confirmation=1 Abe's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDcw2Uvh_pJcn1gyloUR3HA?sub_confirmation=1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/fbeteachertalk GoGoプロジェクト: https://55english.jp #fbeteachertalk #esl #podcast #英会話 #GoGoエイブ会話 #エイブ #ネイティブ #55freebird #freebirdenglish #ポッドキャスト #英語 #リスニング #funny #Japan
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In this episode, Functional Medicine Practitioner, Dr. Meg Mill, PharmD, talks about headaches and migraines. Today, Meg talks about headaches and migraines, what causes them, and how to get to the root of your headache to treat it. What are the major contributing factors to chronic headaches? Hear about treating headaches as a functional medical practitioner, controlling stressors, and get Meg's advice to her younger self, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast. Key Takeaways Environmental triggers: Heavy metals, mold, allergens. Solution: Putting an air filter in your bedroom, doing mold testing. Food triggers: High-histamine foods. Solution: Avoiding aged cheeses, fermented foods, shellfish, avocado, foods with tyramine, citrus, MSG, aspartame, and caffeine. Hormonal triggers: Estrogen-dominance, rapidly changing hormones, and hormone-enhanced products. Solution: Visit ewg.org to rate your products. “There is hope to make a change in your life.” “Be open. You never know what road it's going to take.” More about Dr. Meg Mill Dr. Meg Mill is a Functional Medicine Practitioner, bestselling author, podcast host, and speaker. In her virtual Functional Medicine practice, she works with patients worldwide to heal the root cause of their health struggles through advanced diagnostic testing and personalized support. She has been seen on Fox News Channel, ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN and in Reader's Digest, Health Magazine, and has appeared on many podcasts. She is particularly passionate about helping people end headaches and migraines, increase energy and restore mental clarity without drugs or overwhelming protocols with her proven E.A.T. Method. Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Headaches, Migraines, Stress, Environment, Hormones, Triggers, Allergens, The Strictly Business Roadmap: Create the Foundation of a 6-Figure PT Business Working 25 Hours a Week Resources: www.ewg.org/skindeep. FREE Gift: 8 Step Guide to Say Goodbye to Headaches Naturally. Live Group Program Head Strong. To learn more, follow Meg at: Website: www.megmilll.com. Podcast: A Little Bit Healthier. Instagram: @drmegmill. Facebook: Headache Healing Club. Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website: https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927 Read the Full Transcript Here: 00:05 Welcome to the healthy, wealthy and smart podcast where healthcare meets business with your host me, Dr. Karen Litzy. And just as a reminder, the information in this podcast is for entertainment purposes only, and is not to be used as personalized medical advice. Enjoy the show. 00:29 Hello, everyone. Welcome back to the podcast. I am your host, Karen Litzy. Thanks so much for joining me, I really appreciate your ears on the podcast. Now before we get started in today's episode, I have a couple of announcements number one announcement. If you are listening to this podcast on October 17 18th, or 19th, for that matter, I have a big announcement I will be running a workshop. That's right, not a webinar, but a workshop. So be prepared to do some work, called the strictly business roadmap create the foundation of a six figure PT business working 25 hours a week. In this workshop, we will cover the human resources needed for a successful business, the organizational resources needed to keep your business running smoothly the surprising amount of technology resources you will need. And finally the financial resources and knowledge that are imperative to pay yourself and your business. So the details it will be Wednesday the 19th at 8pm Eastern Standard Time on Zoom. Of course, there will be a link in the show notes for this podcast. So if you head over to podcast at healthy, wealthy smart.com You can sign up for that workshop. Just do it by Wednesday. All right now the other announcement is we are placing the podcast interviews up on YouTube. So if you want to see the podcast interviews, watch us interact with each other head over to YouTube to my YouTube channel, just Karen Litzy. And you will be able to see us talking back and forth and I'm sure one of these times you will also see a big orange cat hop up on to the screen on my screen. Alright, so today's episode is all about headaches and migraines and the treatment of them. And to help guide us through that today is Dr. Meg mills. She is a functional medicine practitioner best selling author, podcast host and speaker. In her virtual functional medicine practice. She works with patients worldwide to heal the root cause of their health struggles through advanced diagnostic testing and personalized support. She has been seen on Fox News, ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, in Reader's Digest health magazines, and many many more. She is particularly passionate about helping people and headaches and migraines increase energy and restore mental clarity without drugs or overwhelming protocols with her proven eat method. That's e period, a period T method. And for all the listeners of the healthy, wealthy and smart podcast, she has a free gift eight step guide to say goodbye to headaches naturally. Again, go to podcast at healthy, wealthy smart.com. And you can click on that and get her free guide. So a huge thanks to Dr. Meg mill. And if you are suffering from headaches or migraines or know someone who is please listen to this or refer them to this podcast episode. Thanks. Hi, Meg. Welcome to the podcast. I'm happy to have you on today to talk about headaches. So welcome. Thank you so much for having me. So headaches is something that affects millions of people every day. Sometimes it can be a little headache, or then you have people with more chronic headaches and migraines. So where did your interest start for treating people suffering from headaches. So I'm a functional medicine practitioner. And whenever I start working with people, they fill out a really detailed intake questionnaire and symptom questionnaire before we start working, just then we really review their whole health history. And what I started noticing as a pattern was that either people were coming to me suffering with these chronic headaches and migraines, or they were coming to me for other reasons. And when I'm going through their health history, and they're really going through these forms, I'm like, Oh, they're suffering from regular headaches. Oh, they're taking Advil once a week. Oh, that, you know, and, and normalizing and they didn't even even really realize like, Okay, I'm coming to you because I'm having this problem. It's just that that's been such a part of my life. I didn't even really think about it as a problem. And so I saw this happening, particularly with women, really in both directions, and then we would start working together and they would say, oh my god, 05:00 As my headaches are gone, I never believed this was possible, I didn't even think I couldn't, wouldn't have them. And I just kept seeing this over and over again. And I wanted to get the word out. You don't have to suffer with headaches and migraines, you actually it's actually your body giving you a message. And when we put all the connections together, we see this dramatic decrease in both incidence and severity. And, in your experience, what have you found as major contributing factors to people living with chronic headaches, so we want to look at, you know, there's there's two aspects of that. So we want to really put the connect the dots. So that's what I always say, we're trying to connect the dots, your head pain is giving you a signal. And so we're looking at connecting all those dots and you and really like digging, sort of down through the layers because it could be the top layer and we could fix it right away, we could just get you some supplements that give you the right nutrients, and it might go away, but like you may be layers down to all the connections that are going on. So you know, we want to make sure we have the right nutrients, we want to make sure that we're not eating foods that can be triggered. We want to make sure our hormones are balanced that our stress hormone, you know that our stress is managing our stress hormones, we want to look at our environment, even sometimes, like underlying gut issues are different things that are happening that are that can be causing like this inflammation and immune response to that can trigger headaches. Okay, so let's drill into a couple of those a little bit further. So you mentioned stress. Everybody has stress. Not everyone has headaches, thankfully. But how does stress contribute? And what advice do you have for people that maybe they can do right away? To help control their stress as it relates to their headaches? Because I hear it all the time. Oh, I've had it just when I'm really stressed. Yeah. So what happens what I call it the chain of pain, actually, because, you know, when we think of stress, we think of like, Oh, our to do list or you know, we're busy, we're in this fight or flight because we have so much going on. And stress can actually be physiological can be biological, there can be a lot of reasons that our body's responding to stress, and one of which is pain. So it's like this cycle, when you have pain, you can your cortisol can increase your stress hormone, which can actually increase another hormone called prostaglandins are called prolactin, excuse me. And then once prolactin is released, that can actually increase pain sensitivity. And so you can get stuck in this like pain causing stress causing pain. And we see this, the cycle happen a lot with people. And so we just need to do things, like you said, to get out of the chain of pain to really get your body to relax. So one of the things I think you could start doing right now is really just practicing breathing, because our breath can bring us back to the parasympathetic nervous system, we often breathe through our chest, we're breathing like high up in our body. But if you can take a couple minutes every day, it doesn't have to be anything drastic. But just like set a timer, you know, a lot of our watches even more, say, take a deep breath, you know, sit and take a minute or two out of your day and really practice that deep breathing, because we know that those deep breaths can bring us back into that parasympathetic nervous system. So that's just like a simple place to start. Yeah, so I think a lot of people, when they think of stress reduction, they think of mindfulness techniques and meditation. And they think, well, in order for that to be helpful, I have to do it for 20 minutes. And then I don't know, 20 minutes, and then they're stressed out because they don't have the 20 minutes in order to do that. And it keeps going and going. So I like the recommendation of hey, let's just take a couple of breaths. Keep it simple in the beginning. Exactly. I agree with you, because a lot of that feels like another stressor. So if I say to you, like we have to meditate, then you have to you know, and then it's like, Why can't meditate, my thoughts won't slow down. I don't have 40 minutes, I don't want to do so. So just if you can say like, Hey, I'm gonna do it, like we do anything else, put little chunks in your day, you can start to build and then if you practice that breath, when you are stressed, you can bring it in. It's very hard, when you don't aren't practiced that it to use it when you need it. And so that's I think, like building that muscle of being able to do it, get the practice and then being able to bring it back when you need it. Yeah, just like anything else. If you can practice something and build up like muscle memory, I use that in quotations 09:22 so that you can tap into that when you need it. I think is so important, rather than just maybe doing some breath work once a week, or once a month. Kind of when you think not even when you think about it, but maybe if someone mentions it to you then you're like oh yeah, I thought I was supposed to do that versus making something a habit right? Because habit building is something that human beings can do. We can do this. Yes, yeah. And you just put it in you just get it as a part of your habit and then you'll and then you'll really see the advantage when you're a 10:00 But when it is a habit, you're able to use lies it when you're in that stressful situation, because you can really actually feel your body calming down. If you're stressed and you think, like something happens, and you can get to that breath and really use it, it's actually just, you can physically feel the relaxation, we know physiologically that it does, you know that your breath really can bring you back into the parasympathetic nervous system, it's just a matter of being able to actually do it. Right. Okay, great. Now, another thing that you mentioned in all these contributing factors to headaches is your surroundings. So can you explain that a little bit more? Because I think a lot of people if I'm playing devil's advocate advocate, would say, Well, how can I change my surroundings like I live? Where I live? I do what I do, what are you talking about? So go ahead. Yeah, so we there's a, there's a couple of things whenever we talk about our surroundings, so we want to say like, actually, heavy metals can be a trigger for so if you have heavy metals in your body, sometimes even things like, like a lead could be in your bones from when you were younger, and sometimes as well, more women and we age, our bone density changes and actually can release toxins later in life that you may have absorbed when you were young. So it's just in some of those loads, or maybe not even what you're around right now. But we know some of the heavy metals, then we you know, mold can be another factor. So if you do live in a moldy house, we could look into that and see if you're surrounded, that's like also something if you see like, oh, I moved and my headaches started, after I moved or you know, at a certain location, some of those kinds of things, but then just also environmental. So when we look at our environment, sometimes people that have migraines, can have a genetic variant and this enzyme called Dao enzyme, and that's an enzyme that helps us break down histamine. So we want to think of that when we're eating foods that have histamine. But if you also have, you're also exposed to environmental allergens, you know, you're you're getting this allergic response, you know, this immune response. And so just actually also cleaning up your environment can make a big difference. We I one thing I would say is even if you're going to pick like something in your environment, you can't change where you live, obviously, you can, you know, clean up, but putting an air filter in your bedroom can be helpful. And you don't even have to go to the top of the line, you know, you can start out with something that you you know, find anywhere. 12:23 And just put it in your bedroom, because it's hard to get them in every room in the house. But we spend a lot of time sleep is so rejuvenating. And just if that's like one thing you can do, I think that is a help often for people just to add that. Yeah, and air I actually bought an air filter last year with the all concerns of like air quality and COVID and things like that. And so I have one and it wasn't very expensive. It's not like you said you don't have to go top of the line or anything you can get they have some really good basic ones that can fit the square footage of a bedroom really well. And I'm glad you say you know, even if you have an ingest your bedroom, that's good, because a lot of people might think well, what am I supposed to put one in every room in my house? It's gonna get really expensive. How am I going to do that? But now you're saying listen, at least have it in your bedroom where maybe you're sleeping and spending eight to maybe nine hours a day in that room? Yes, yeah. Cuz it is, it's hard to say like, Okay, I'm gonna put it everywhere. But you're, you know, you're gonna be there a ton of time, and it will be good while you're sleeping. It was funny, because when I was going to buy, like the first air filter that we bought in our house, my husband's like, we have a filter on our furnace. We don't need this. And I was like, you know, I just want to have it I you know, I think it's important. And then the first time we change that filter, he was like, Oh, it was shocking, because you think your air is being cleaned by your furnace. But when you really see those filters, and when you get their filter, there is a lot that's coming out. So yeah, yeah. And I I live in New York City. So if I just opened my window for half a day you're getting God only knows what blowing into the apartment. So yes, air filters very easy to do. What about you had mentioned mold? So there are obviously ways to clean mold. But let's say you're going to look at a house or an apartment or something like that. Can you ask about mold in the structure? Yes, they do. You can do mold testing. So that is something that you might want to look at because there can be black mold under things and so if you are looking for a new you know, a new home that is something related to take we you know, we check radon, we check different things, but are we actually checking mold and the you know, the people aren't I had a plumber come in one time that was like, I had a leak in my sink and I was saying like, is there mold is it and he was like, Oh, it's fine. That's not a problem. And I'm thinking yes, it is a problem. I actually know that it is. So I my point there is that you could have people just brushing it off that are saying like, Oh, that's not a big deal. Oh, we don't even need to look for that. But you know, that's always something that you can ask for it. 15:00 Yeah and you had mentioned that foods can also have an anti histamine effect is that right? What can you give some examples of foods one can eat like what would be considered a low histamine diet? So you want to be you want to avoid things like aged cheese's fermented foods sometimes shellfish even like avocado is a high histamine foods so you want to avoid foods that but I think if you try to you know stick the big classes would be like aged cheese's fermented you know, fermented foods have a lot of prebiotics in them so we're really hearing a lot about things like sauerkraut, kombucha things right are feeding our microbiome in a positive way and so you can hear that and you hear things about like avocados or healthy fats and all these things so that's what kind of gets tricky with with headache foods or migraine foods because they're often foods that maybe you're hearing are healthy for you but they're just not like they may be healthy in certain ways, but they can be potentially triggering your your headaches or migraines and you're not even knowing it. So we want to look at foods that are getting high in histamine. This is the one I mentioned. You also want to so some of the other categories of foods that we know are foods that have tyramine so think of like cured foods, aged foods, they're the foods that have nitrates. So you think of like hot dogs and foods like that. You also salicylates and that that can be like citrus foods. So things like lemons, sometimes oranges, those are, are ones that you wouldn't necessarily suspect. So then we have like MSG, aspartame, MSG would be like in canned foods, box foods, aspartame, diet, foods, and then even caffeine. So that's an interesting one, because caffeine can be helpful sometimes for people with headaches, but you can get rebound headaches, if you you know, are withdrawing from the caffeine to so so that so I'm gonna give you like their buckets. So like that those are foods we know actually have data, we know that those are they can cause the headaches and migraines. Now, it's not the same for each person. And there can be a threshold. So you may eat that food at one point. And like let's say you have a glass of wine and it has tyramine in it, and you're like, I hear this, like people say, well, sometimes wine, I'll get a migraine after but other times I can drink it. So it must not be the wine. Well, it might be the wine with some of that aged cheese that you had, or something else, that the combination of those two foods together was enough to like put you over that threshold to have the headache. So that's where it kind of gets confusing, I think because you you're it's harder to pinpoint your exact foods sometimes when you're trying to think about it, because you're not always getting the headache with that food. Right. And so that flows very well into my next question. And that's how do you know what, if any of this stuff is causing your headache, whether it be the food, you're eating your environment, your hormones? How do you know? Because that's a lot of buckets. Yes, right. Well, that's why when I work with people, I have like roadmaps. So no one you find a practitioner that you can that you trust that can give you a roadmap, but one of the things that because Because yeah, you get the guide to know like this, and this and this means this and that's very helpful. But one of the things you can start doing right now is printing out, I have people start by printing out a blank calendar, and write foods down like if you get a headache, or if you get a migraine. Wait, what you ate that day and the day before, and then just start to look for connections. So you know, start to look for like, okay, you know what, every time I get a headache, it's three days before I get my period, or every you know, like my migraine or every or it's mid month, maybe you're ovulating, you know, or I didn't sleep last night, but uh, you know what, I don't sleep. If I don't sleep, well, I get it, or I'm dehydrated or the ate these foods. So once you start to like, just you don't have to do it every day. But if you just do it when you're getting the headaches, it can start to show you patterns. Oh, that's a great idea. And then you can address them accordingly. Yes, right. Right. Right. Got it. Now, you had mentioned days before period ovulating. So obviously, advice for women who suffer from hormonal migraines. What do you got? Yeah. And that's one more thing I didn't have to worry about. Right? Yes. Yeah. So the two most common reasons that we get migraines associated with hormones are estrogen dominance, and rapidly changing hormones. And that's why with estrogen dominance, you often get it right before your period because estrogen and progesterone are both dropping, but sometimes then progesterone is lower than estrogen. We were having the dominance now. We really do. Test testing can be really helpful for this because if you have estrogen dominance, why, like do you have low progesterone or do you have I have estrogen or I see a lot of people that have normal estrogen, but maybe some of the metabolites that estrogen is going into are higher and they're not there. You want to look, we want to say use it or lose 20:00 that when we talk about estrogen, you want that to really be in your body, but you want it to be able to be metabolized and excreted. And if it's not being done that way, then you're getting the these higher levels of metabolites that actually have a little bit more proliferative effects sometimes, and we're getting these symptoms. So, you know, really one, if you can get the testing the right testing done, then, and you have to be careful, because if you just see the extra dial, like if you just get a blood draw, that's not really the whole picture. Because you're not seeing all like I said, all these metabolites in the way, you know, that might be okay, but the way they're processed, but you so if you're looking for something you insert, right now, you can look out, there's a lot of products in our life that have what we call Xeno estrogens. And so those are estrogens that are outside of our body, and things like BPA, so think of all the plastic containers in your kitchen, have BPA in them. And what we do is we eat out of those, but we also often we'll put those in the dishwasher, sometimes we'll microwave them. And when that happens, they're also like decomposing, you know, they're breaking down their structure and they can leach into the food. So then you're eating that food that sitting in that plastic that so we're getting some of these estrogen components outside of the body. So you know, just really taking a look at that. We look at that in you know, your skin is a giant mouth and skin products, hair products, all the things that we're using, so that's just a good place to start. And yeah, I actually have I can say I switched to glass for all of my food storage needs, or I'll just put it in like a regular bowl and just cover it with which is probably not good. But I cover it with 21:41 with aluminum foil. Okay, I don't think that's good. Well, that's not touching. Yeah, you don't want to high levels of aluminum either. But yeah, you know, might not be touching the food. No, no, no, no. Yeah. No, usually it's like in the bowl like, yeah, yes, for the most part, I decided last year, I'm like, I feel like I should switch to glass. You know, storage instead of using like the Tupperware or Tupperware like storage. So I guess that's good. 22:11 And when you're looking at things like what you're putting in your hair on your face, are there things that are you're like, do not buy this product, if it has this ingredient in it, or is that a little too broad. So what I would suggest that you do is actually go to ewg.org Skin Deep website, so they rate all products. And so you can actually tell you just tight, it's really easy. Just type in what you have. And you'll see a rating. So you'll say like, Okay, if it's a one or two, you're you're feeling comfortable. If your products and eight or nine, then you know, replace that product, it would be a good idea to really try to, you know, try something else. And I tell people to like, for cost purposes, if you just replace one product at a time, it really doesn't, you know, it add up so much. So yes, if we're going to say I need to go get all new makeup, that's going to be expensive. But if you're like, Oh, my foundation ran out, let me think of what you know, let me really think about that. Be mindful of what foundation I buy, or, you know, the next time your shampoo runs out, you do the same thing, you're spreading that cost out. And then you're just replacing one thing at a time. And it's just lowering your overall toxic burden. It's lowering those, you know estrogens that are coming in. Another thing I guess with that is also like looking at beef and dairy because we're you know, the animals are often given hormones. And then when we eat them, we're also getting that, so really paying attention to those those foods to to make sure you're not getting any extra hormones. Got it? And can you say that website one more time? Well, yes, sure. It's Ew, g.org. And then in that that's Environmental Working Group. And within that there is a section that specifically for products and it's called skin deep. And they have a whole bunch of products. They have sunscreens and makeups, and you know, shampoos and all sorts of different things. So it's just a nice resource, because I think it's just nice to be able to, you know, you look at the back of the shampoo bottle, and you're like, what does all of this mean? So it's sometimes hard to figure out on your own, but it's just nice to be able to put that product in and you know, put it in and then find a ratings like gives you like a little bit of a clear guide. Yeah, no, this is great. I mean, all your tips are amazing. So hopefully people if you are someone that suffers from headaches or know someone who suffers from headaches, then definitely get them over to this podcast so they can listen to all these great tips on how to not suffer as much because I know headaches can be just absolutely debilitating. I have several friends who've had you know, a history of a long history of migraines. And I'm lucky to be a person that doesn't really get that many headaches. 24:54 But now when I do I'm going to kind of be thinking about you you're going to be in the back 25:00 Could my head I'm going to be thinking about all these tips and seeing what I can do to help mitigate the headache when and if I get them. So thank you so much. And now, how, you know, you had mentioned that you're a functional medicine practitioner. So how does a functional medicine practitioner differ from 25:19 a medical doctor when it comes to the treatment of headaches? Like what do you guys do differently? Yeah, so I'd like to actually take use an analogy for this, because it kind of points out the way we're treating headaches in the conventional space. So if you took your, if you took your car to a mechanic, and you said, it's making noise, and the mechanic walked away in it, they walked away with your keys, and they came back and handed you a pair of ear muffs and your keys back and said it's fixed. Would you be comfortable driving your car? And we wouldn't, we'd say like, No way, it's so broken. And that's kind of what's happening a lot of times in the way that headaches and migraines are being treated. Conventionally we're giving, we're given medicine to cover the pain. So you're treating your pain, but your headaches are still coming back. And we see that happen all the time. You know, people are saying, Okay, well, I take this for my pain, but that they're never going away. They're just being covered up. So what we do in functional medicine is we flip it around, I say, like we do it actually the opposite. And we're really putting all the connections together, outside, sometimes even of your head, and putting everything else that's going on in your body together and really kind of diving into why you're getting a headache. So it's not as much about the pain treatment, which we do still want, you know, we still want to treat the pain, obviously, because we don't want you to experience that. But we want that my goal is for you to get the incidence and severity down because I want you to not have them so that you're not having to take the medication. Right, that makes sense. And 26:52 I think I like how you said you want the incidence and severity to go down because sometimes it may not be complete elimination for the rest of your life, like people may have flare ups, I work with a lot of people with chronic pain. And oftentimes, you know, they may have chronic low back pain, we've gotten them to the point where that back pain is no longer burden burdensome, but you know, every once in a while they may have little flare up. Right? So how do you explain that when you're speaking with your patients that like, hey, sometimes you may have a flare up, it doesn't mean that you know, all is lost. You need to give up what kind of what does that conversation look like for you? Yeah, so generally the people that finally get to me have had chronic you know, or severe headaches so they're just thrilled to not wake up like I you know, I get one of my favorite quotes is one of the people I work with when I patient said I just love the fact that I don't wake up wondering if it's going to be a headache day like she you know, she everyday was living her life like, is it going to you know, wait, I get you have that fear waking up like is today going to be a headache day, if I plan something? Am I going to be knocked out with a migraine? And so yes, I can't promise you that you'll never have another headache because I can get a headache. You know, because of you know, maybe I'm dehydrated. And I've slept weird on my neck and you know all these things. But I can't promise that but that's when we see this dramatic decrease in both incidence and severity that they're not really affecting your life that you're not taking medication, they no longer have to, you know, sometimes we were on prescription medication, Botox injections, all these you know, there's, there's a wide variety of things that peak cocktails that people were taking, and they're still coming. And so it's it's really saying you don't have and I think like deeper than that all these medications have side effects like we're getting they're not without consequence. They can, you know, have good purposes, but there's always the consequence. So you're still getting the headaches, you have the consequences. So we want to pull get you in a place where, okay, you're not relying on that. And you're you're not suffering from any side effects of having to take regular medications. Yeah, I think that's great. And the the biggest part there is like they feel like they're not suffering anymore. So you know, when people come in and you ask, Oh, what are your headaches or your pain on a scale of zero to 10? And people are saying it's a 20? It's because it's so they're suffering and it's affecting their life in so many different ways. And so if you can bring that down for them, I mean, that's a real blessing, I would think and they must be like, super excited about it. Now. Yeah, it's life changing. Yes. Yeah. Yeah, it's life changing. So now, what, what would you like the listeners to kind of step away with from this conversation? If you can distill it down into your main points? What would it be? Yeah, I just like them to know that one. You know that if you are someone who has, I think people feel that they've had these headaches for you know, a lot of times people had them since childhood even. And so you feel like well, I've always had this. This is something that I'm not going to change. I'm managing it. It's 30:00 You know, but it's, it's just who I am, I see those people be able to make that change and not have them, you know, so I think or if there's something that you're dealing with all the time. So I just think knowing that there is hope that you don't have to live this way that if you just maybe take a new perspective, I think we can get stuck in that same pattern of like, oh, this is just what I do, oh, this is how I treat it. But I, I think if you can be open to a different perspective, then you there is hope to really make a change in your life. And then I also would say, you're just really maybe dialing in and listening to your body and listening, you know, if you can be more in touch with, like, what food you're eating, if you're dehydrated, if you're not sleeping, if you're you know all those things that we talked about, and like really just kind of put a mirror up and see like, where are you on some of those spectrums? Excellent advice. Now, where can people find you? If they have questions they want to consult, they're having headaches, they they need you? Where can they find you? Yes. So my website is Meg mil.com. So that's just my name M eg mi LL. And then I have a podcast called a little bit healthier. So I'm talking about headaches and migraines, but all different ways you can add be a little bit healthier in your life. And then I'm over on Instagram, and Facebook at Dr. Meg mill, just Dr. Meg mill. Perfect, perfect. And now, last question. It's one I ask everyone. And that's knowing where you are now in your life in your career, what advice would you give to your younger self? 31:33 Oh, that's a good one. 31:38 I just think that, you know, so I started out on the conventional side of medicine. So I guess I felt like, Okay, this is the this is the way to go, although I always was into more prevention than treatment. And so I, I think my path is different, it's veered a lot. So I think maybe in some of those times that I was really frustrated with the system and the way things were going even though I knew all the protocols, I knew why it was happening, that that I was that I wouldn't be able to find another way. So I would have to say that's probably the advice that just be open, you never know what road it's gonna take. And I did think of one more thing, I have a freak, I forgot to tell tell, say this, when you asked me Yes, I do have a free guide that you can go to just called help my headaches.com. So if you're looking for some steps to get started, you can look at that guide to I should have mentioned that earlier. No, that's perfect. And we'll have links to everything. We'll have links to your website, your social media, and help my headaches.com so people can go on and get this free resource to help their headaches, which would be wonderful, because man, I 32:46 I always, I feel I have so much empathy for people who suffer from headaches, because I think I had like maybe two or three in my life. And I was like, Oh my gosh, this is how do people live this way. So I have a lot of empathy. And I have a lot of gratitude for people like you who have chosen to really work with this population, because it's vast, and they need the help. So well done on you. 33:08 Yeah, and again, what's the name of your podcast again, it's called a little bit healthier. So it's just about taking tips too, that you can do every day in your life to be a little bit healthier. Love it. Excellent. Well, thank you so much, Meg, for coming on and sharing all of this great info so many good tips. I was like looking down and taking notes and I'm definitely going to that website and I'm going to put in all of my skincare and 33:34 hair products to see what I have going on and and then I'll take some deep breaths so then I won't get stressed out about it. But thank you so much for coming on the podcast. This was great. Thank you for having me. And everyone. Thanks so much for listening. Have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart. 33:57 Thanks for listening. And don't forget to leave us your questions and comments at podcast dot healthy, wealthy smart.com
All month we are talking about ownership, and today I am thrilled to welcome back April Likins as we talk about taking ownership for our wellbeing, staying out of exhaustion, and avoiding burnout. April Likins is a board-certified health coach, dual-trained at Duke Integrative Medicine and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Driven by her own previous experience of hitting burnout, which led to a health collapse, she's fiercely passionate about helping women thrive inside and out. April's specialty is helping professional women and female entrepreneurs reduce stress, find balance, and feel the joy and freedom to walk in their purpose, passions, and callings. She lives in Virginia with her husband, and when she's not working with clients, she enjoys writing and speaking on wellness topics, traveling, photography, and searching for the perfect matcha latte. Here are the highlights from this episode: (05:55) Health scares changed my life (12:18) The burnout epidemic (18:10) Burnout can creep up on you (22:07) How to stay in balance (32:18) The importance of getting outdoors (35:36) Summary As mentioned in this episode: https://www.kellyjmobeck.com/contact.html (Share your Curiosity Challenges, learnings, and any questions here)! Stay connected with April: IG: http://www.instagram.com/glowbelovely (www.instagram.com/glowbelovely) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aprilfreerlikins/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/aprilfreerlikins/) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wellnesswithapril (https://www.facebook.com/wellnesswithapril) Website: http://www.aprillikins.com/ (www.AprilLikins.com) Free Guide: "15 Ways to Say Goodbye to Chronic Stress for Good" https://aprillikins.com/how-to-reduce-stress (https://aprillikins.com/how-to-reduce-stress) What's NEW? https://f1v3ff69.r.us-east-1.awstrack.me/L0/https:%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fgroups%2F278336700984037/1/010001815d06a57c-b9fa6be0-6ae3-4941-8d8f-fd02f7eb8d66-000000/8NiiC9riQ7uMstp2jgJ8CfPPiDo=273 (Join our UpLIFT(her) Circle )- A community that supports you in taking the lead in your life and getting clear on what matters most to you. Ready to Make “Someday” Today?! The LIFT(her) 12 month Group Coaching for Women is for you! https://www.kellyjmobeck.com/lifther-program.html (CLICK HERE) to check it out for the BEST year with amazing women creating exactly what they want in their careers & relationships using the four pillars of The LIFT Method Email us here. Let us know about any questions you have and what you would love to hear more about. We are happy to help and will take these on in future episodes. Connect with Coach Kelly and for more resources please visit: http://www.kellyjmobeck.com/ (www.kellyjmobeck.com) Let's Get Social, follow Coach Kelly: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kellyjmobeckcoaching/ (@KellyMobeck on LinkedIn) https://www.instagram.com/kellymobeck/ (@KellyMobeck on Instagram) If you enjoyed this episode please share it with a friend, and it would mean so much if you could take a quick moment to write a https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lets-be-honest-before-we-start-pretending/id1510588856 (REVIEW ) on Apple Podcasts.
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This week we all know what movie "ends" but if you're not in the mood for slashers we do have other good looking films coming out so tune in and find out all about them. https://linktr.ee/BilliamSWN Questions? Comments? Unwavering Praise? Contact me! The SWN Podcast Network has a Patreon! www.patreon.com/SWNPodcastNetwork You can always find me on iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, Google Play, the SomewhatNerdy site, and any podcast app. Check out my new blog where I blog about movies, books, and whatever I fancy. www.billiamthenerd.com Future Flicks and SomewhatNerdy Merch page: http://www.cafepress.com/somewhatnerdy Opening and closing music “Evening Melodrama” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/S https://soundcloud.com/billiamswn/say-goodbye-michael?si=c187d7d066c94ae89442fda2c2d4e691&utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing
Paul wrote to his close brother in Christ, Philemon, to appeal for leniency on behalf of a runaway slave. Onesimus became a follower of Jesus under the ministry of Paul and the two became such close friends that Paul referred to Onesimus as “my very heart,” (Philemon 12-13a). With great personal anguish, Paul determined to send Onesimus back to Philemon. In so doing, Paul voluntarily broke his own heart to facilitate a reconciliation between two brothers of opposing social strata. Love is risky because it demands that we open our hearts to others around us. Relationships develop and enduring bonds of friendship are established. At some future point, God may call us to break our hearts and send away the precious objects of our love and devotion. This is exactly what Father God did with His own Son (John 3.16).
Today's guest is Kyle Mitchell. Kyle is a mental health advocate, speaker, podcast host, and social media influencer (@Social_Anxiety_Kyle) who is passionate about solving the problems associated with poor mental health in the world and the impact they have on our communities, especially teens and youth. Having struggled and conquered his own social anxiety after a 10-year battle, he has found his calling and purpose to impact the lives of others on a global scale. Kyle's mission is to help 1 million teens go from socially anxious to socially confident, collaborating with teens, educators, parents, nonprofits, and other organizations to change the narrative and stigma that currently exists. In this episode Emily and Kyle talk all about Kyle's experience with #anxiety, how he was able to pin point when he knew something was off with his mental health, why he decided to seek help, how he learned to cope + more. Kyle also provides some insight + tips on ways that you can start to work on decreasing your anxiety & social anxiety. Follow Kyle Listen to The Social Ninja's Podcast FREE Resources + more ----------------------------------------------------
What a wonderful ride we have been on this season. We are closing our season 2 of Queernundrum to plan season 3!!!! That's right! we will be back in your ears this December 25th - Merry Christmas to you. While we work, DM or email us your ideas on how we can improve. We will be working on our show list, guest list, blog, news letter, etc. We are only gone for a moment, but will miss you tons during that time. -Peace and be well
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This week on Krewe of Japan Podcast... What is city pop? With guest host Andre deLaneuville, the Krewe explores the musical genre that has had a renaissance over the last decade (even more so within the last 4-5 years). After talking through individual experiences with this feel good style of music, Andre & Doug dive into a conversation with former city pop idol & woman of many talents, Yu Hayami, to discuss what city pop means to her, as well as her music career that began during peak city pop era. From music industry behind-the-scenes tales to conversations about cultural identity & details about her upcoming 40th anniversary album release... we got it all (and more!) right here on this episode of Krewe of Japan Podcast!------ About the Krewe ------The Krewe of Japan Podcast is a weekly episodic podcast sponsored by the Japan Society of New Orleans. Check them out every Friday afternoon around noon CST on Apple, Google, Spotify, Amazon, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Want to share your experiences with the Krewe? Or perhaps you have ideas for episodes, feedback, comments, or questions? Let the Krewe know by e-mail at email@example.com or on social media (Twitter: @kreweofjapan, Instagram: @kreweofjapanpodcast, Facebook: Krewe of Japan Podcast Page, TikTok: @kreweofjapanpodcast, & the Krewe of Japan Youtube Channel). Until next time, enjoy!------ More Info on Yu Hayami ------Yu Hayami's InstagramYu Hayami Channel on YouTubeYu Hayami's New Album: Affection - Yu Hayami 40th Anniversary CollectionYu Hayami's DiscographyYu Hayami's Universal Music PageYu Hayami's Ameba Blog------ More Info on City Pop ------My Analog Journal YouTube ChannelRadiooooo.com------ Music Credits for Episode ------Intro Song: Nightout With You
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING! The Brewers' season concluded on Wednesday with a whimper in a 4-2 defeat to the DBacks as they avoid the sweep with some late heroics from their young bats. Now the Brewers prepare to go into offseason mode and find a way to improve the roster heading into 2023. Dom Cotroneo (@Dom_Cotroneo) attempts to make sense of the odd season that was and prepares a blueprint of ideas the Brewers could do to get back into the playoffs for the 2023 season. Obviously they need offense, but more homers or more on-base? More average or more speed? More defense or more pitching? We attempt to cover a few of these topics. Also, this is my final episode as host of Locked On Brewers as we enter into hibernation mode. I want to thank you for trusting me with your daily Brewers fix to keep you locked on the Brew Crew all season long. I hope you learned something and had fun along the way ... and keep on swinging! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnMLB to learn more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After 84 episodes, we're saying goodbye to the Closer&Closer Podcast (at least for the time being). Hear some of the best insights, conversation tidbits, and more on our final episode. Hosted by Caton Vance & Andrea Mejia-Madriz. Podcast Art by Dave Coleman. Sign up for The Dose! To learn more about Closer&Closer, visit www.closerandcloser.co. Follow us on Instagram @closerandcloserco!
It is no secret that effective cancer treatments can be hard on the body. In this episode, my guest and I address the myth that treatment is over after the last round of chemo or radiation. There are evidence-based Integrative medicine approaches that can be used to address symptoms from conventional care and to lower the risk of recurrence. Joining us is Dr. Amy Rothenberg, both a provider and a cancer survivor, to understand more about this topic. In this episode, we discuss: (00:32) Introduction (01:50) Dr. Rothenberg gets into triathlon (05:00) Her experience as a doctor (06:10) How people go through any illness without being a doctor (07:11) Let's plan the dive and let's dive the plan (07:47) The internet is not our friend here (08:31) The concept of doctors as teachers (10:00) As a doctor and being a patient (11:00) What is life after treatment? (14:00) The realization that inspires her to write a book (15:11) Say Goodbye to the Girls (15:58) This is the book! (18:56) One in three and the survivors (21:30) Small steps to the right direction (22:10) Aim low, aim long (25:01) Fix that leaky bucket! (26:00) Give yourself at least a year (28:00) Direction of healing (29:09) The positive spiral of health (30:00) Where can they get her book “You Finished Treatment, Now What?” Dr. Amy Rothenberg has practiced naturopathic medicine since 1986. She was the longtime medical editor for the Institute of Natural Medicine. When diagnosed with cancer in 2014, Dr. Rothenberg sought care at a renowned teaching hospital and had naturopathic doctors who specialize in integrative oncology on her medical dream team. Her book, You Finished Treatment, Now What? A Field Guide for Cancer Survivors is a roadmap for lifestyle and natural medicine to address health challenges that persist after care, and to reduce the risk of recurrence. Dr. Rothenberg is the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians, 2017 Physician of the Year. Her book You Finished Treatment, Now What? A Field Guide for Cancer Survivors. Available wherever books are sold. Launch date 9/27/22. For more details about Dr. Amy Rothenberg, visit her website www.DrAmyRothenberg.com or connect with her through these platforms: Twitter: @dramybeth Instagram: dramybethrothenberg Linkedin Facebook www.nhcmed.com "Showing people the evidence is one key way to help them make small steps. Small enduring steps in the right direction." -Dr. Amy Rothenberg Did you find this episode helpful? Let us know by leaving a review! Visit these links to learn more: https://www.drchristianson.com/ Dr. Christianson on Facebook Dr. Christianson on Instagram Subscribe for more Medical Myths, Legends, & Fairytales: Apple Podcasts Spotify YouTube
Jason and Mike react to the Mets completely wetting the bed this weekend getting swept by the Braves, the Jets somehow pulled off a miracle win over the Steelers, and Jason La Canfora - Long time friend and NFL Insider joins the guys for all the latest in the NFL world!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Cubs stay red hot entering the final series of the season in Cincinnati riding a 7-game win streak. Brett and Patrick discuss what was probably Willson Contreras' final series at Wrigley Field as a Cub. Follow Brett on Twitter: @BleacherNation Follow Sahadev on Twitter: @sahadevsharma Follow Patrick on Twitter: @PJ_Mooney Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's episode, Emily interviews Dr. Meg Mill who is a Functional Medicine Practitioner, bestselling author, podcast host and speaker. In her virtual Functional Medicine practice, she works with patients worldwide to heal the root cause of their health struggles through advanced diagnostic testing and personalized support. With her two decades of clinical experience in conventional and functional medicine, she can help people improve their health naturally while still understanding and respecting conventional practice protocols. She has been seen on Fox News Channel, ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN and in Reader's Digest, Health Magazine, and has appeared in many publications and podcasts. In this episode you will hear about: Signs of underlying hormonal imbalances What it looks like to live FREE of difficult PMS symptoms Diagnostic Testing: it's layered. WHY are your levels low? ETC. Trust yourself if something feels off! Keep searching for answers Stress & how it affects us (biological, physical, environmental stress) Gut Health & how it affects everything Adrenal Fatigue- exhaustion, everything is an effort Work life balance Getting quality sleep Environmental Changes to help balance your hormones How to set yourself FREE from migraines & headaches Alcohol- how bad is it really? Cut it out? Moderation? Intentional & Conscious living + more Dr. Meg Mill Free Gift: 8 Step Guide to Say Goodbye to Headaches Naturally: www.HelpMyHeadaches.com Live Group Program Head Strong: www.HappinessBeyondHeadaches.com Website: www.megmilll.com Podcast A Little Bit Healthier Instagram: www.instagram.com/drmegmill Facebook Group: Headache Healing Club Links related to today's show: GET QUALITY SLEEP: Grab the Cured Sleep Bundle here: www.curednutrition.com/emilyhayden and code “EmilyHayden” for 20% off www.thecoldplunge.com code "EmilyHayden" for $150 off
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When you decide to follow Jesus, you make a decision to leave your past, which can be very difficult. Sometimes your past will pursue you. But your future is so filled with promise that it is worth the cost. The world will beckon and call out for you. Don’t turn back. Stay on the path that leads to your future.
In this hour, four stories on saying farewell to family, the past, or sometimes the very earth we stand on. Hosted by Meg Bowles, The Moth's Senior Director. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Hosted by: Meg Bowles Storytellers: Ash Bhardwaj is tasked with bringing his father's remains back home to India. Courtney Antonioli questions her marriage, but not her love. Becca Stevens loses her son's childhood and childhood pet to time. Michael Such plans for his last moment.
After Serena Williams officially played her final tennis match last week at the U.S. Open, Howard, Kate and Amin gathered to discuss how we deal with sad goodbyes to our favorite athletes and what the best version of "the end" looks like for superstars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices