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Vitamin D plays an important role in the body, supporting everything from immunity to thyroid health. But there's a good chance you have insufficient levels of this sunshine vitamin, and the supplements found at the grocery store may not be enough. If you are struggling with inflammation, depression, or hypertension… Make an appointment to check your vitamin levels, and take control of your health! Tune in today to hear… How a weak immune system led me to check my vitamin D level What a sufficient vitamin D level is for your body Symptoms of a vitamin D deficiency And more! Mentioned in this episode: Vitamin D Complete Magnesium Restore Related Resources: 10 Top Reasons to Increase Your Vitamin D Intake Vitamin D Q&A: What You Need to Know About Vitamin D Supplements Essential Supplements for Supporting Your Immune System Three Must-Have Supplements to Reboot Bone Health
In this episode of Critical Matters, we will discuss Ivermectin as a potential treatment for COVID-19. During the COVID-19 Delta surge, we have seen a sharp increase in the noise surrounding the use of Ivermectin. A record number of prescriptions have been filled during the last months and numerous news stories report families suing hospitals refusing to provide Ivermectin to patients. We will discuss the available evidence and the role of misinformation in this phenomenon. Additional Resources: The FDA approved drug Ivermectin inhibits replications of SARS-CoV2 in vitro: https://bit.ly/3ayUhvE Ivermectin to prevent hospitalizations in patients with COVID-19 (IVER-COVID 19): https://bit.ly/3DCOwJZ Effect of Ivermectin on Time to Resolution of Symptoms among Adults with Mild COVID-19: https://bit.ly/3v8QaQw Ivermectin for Prevention and Treatment of COVID-19 Infection: A Systematic Review, Meta-analysis, and Trial Sequential Analysis to Inform Clinical Guidelines: https://bit.ly/3lB7rPh Ivermectin for the Treatment of Coronavirus Disease 2019: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis: https://bit.ly/3mU9s8w Ivermectin for preventing and treating COVID-19: Review: https://bit.ly/30dDzQD Books Mentioned in this Episode: Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know by Adam Grant: https://amzn.to/3j1CrGy
A disorder in which a person has an inflated sense of self-importance. Narcissistic personality disorder is found more commonly in men. The cause is unknown but likely involves a combination of genetic and environmental factors. About 1% of the population suffers from it (and for some reason I happen to run into all of them). Symptoms include: grandiosity, callous and unemotional traits, disregard for others' feelings, excessive need for admiration, or social isolation. Resources: How to support BLM: https://www.timeout.com/things-to-do/how-to-support-black-lives-matter Therapy Sources: Primary Care Physician, Employee assistance programs and therapyforblackgirls.com Self defense: https://beyonddefense.net OTHER LINKS: https://www.healthline.com/health/mental-health/9-tips-for-narcissistic-abuse-recovery#support Narcissistic personality disorder https://g.co/kgs/E7T2kP https://www.rosglasrecovery.com/signs-and-symptoms-of-narcissistic-abuse-syndrome/ Socials: Interact with us! Listen & Subscribe: https://wavve.link/igotproblems/episodes Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4vxFpB8ofKwqqjUjtncPVg IG: igotproblemspod Podcast website: https://anchor.fm/igotproblems Production Notes: Produced by Dolapo of the "Terminal 234" podcast Edited by Host: Sandra [IG: coitraveler] Co-Host #1: Annabelle [IG: msjudy_1028]
In this episode, Blake Windsor, MD a pediatrician with a subspecialty in training for pediatric pain medicine, and a board certified headache specialist discusses post concussive headaches and unique challenges it poses. Headache is the most common post traumatic or post concussive symptom. Even when a child is given the appropriate care, in many cases we find that they still experience post-concussive pain long after we expect them to recover. He points that often there is much confusion and debate around what people refer to as Post-Concussive Syndrome, when in reality there seem to be somewhat arbitrary lines surrounding the term. Dr. Windsor also believes that pediatric pain medicine should be as common as other specialties, because it makes the work of other specialties much more streamline and accessible to patients. Listen in on this episode as Dr. Windsor walks us through the uniqueness of post-concussive headaches, various stages, risk factors, identification and treatment! Takeaways In This Episode How Dr. Windsor's experience with sickle cell patients in an inner city hospital led to his pursuit of a career in pediatric pain medicine What makes post-concussive headaches so unique Factors that result in a headache manifesting after traumatic brain injury Other risk factors to keep in mind while testing and which groups are more vulnerable to them Signs specific to post-concussive syndrome to look out for When is the right time for a pain specialist to be involved in post-concussive care? Treatments options to be considered after identifying their symptom cluster based on deficits exhibited His advice to the audience Links R. Blake Windsor, MD Connect with Dr. Windsor Other Helpful Podcast Episodes Episode #80. Stop treating Pain Like a Symptom! Post-Concussion Symptom Scale Clinicians' Pain Evaluation Toolkit Proactive Pain Solutions About the Guest Dr. R. Blake Windsor, M.D. He is the Chief of Primas Health Pediatric Pain Medicine in the Upstate. He is a pediatrician with subspecialty training in pediatric pain medicine and is both a board-certified headache specialist and medical acupuncturist in South Carolina. He attended the University of Georgia followed by Mercer University School of Medicine where he subsequently worked in a combined post-graduate training program between Harvard Medical School and Boston University School of Medicine. In 2018, he joined Prisma Health University of South Carolina School of Medicine in Greenville to launch the Carolinas' first comprehensive pediatric pain and headache program. It is the first comprehensive program of its kind in the Carolinas, and he leads a multidisciplinary group of pain specialists from medicine, nursing, psychology, and physical therapy. The team uses a multidisciplinary and holistic approach to complex medical diagnoses and symptoms, resulting in a comprehensive treatment plan that meets children and their families where they are and helps them break the cycle of pain.
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Today's episode is with Lyn Delmastro-Thomson. Lyn was misdiagnosed with leukemia at age 25 , but she kept questioning why she wasn't improving despite doctors saying that her labs looked good. So, like many of us, her questions were dismissed. She took her health into her own hands. That's when she learned how to listen to her body and its wisdom, understanding how it communicates and working together with it. She now helps other people do this and take charge of their health. We also dive into HOW to listen to your body and move past hating it. Jessie also shares some personal experiences regarding body love and how hard it can be to listen to your body. Lyn's story is so special and she shares some tangible tips that we can start doing today that will help us listen to our bodies and forgive them. We're so excited for you to hear it! In today's episode we chat about: Getting the phone call you never want to get and getting a diagnosis of chronic myelogenous leukemia… … and then finding out she was misdiagnosed and treated incorrectly for three years How to move forward after such a horrific misdiagnosis and finding someone to listen to her Treating symptoms as messengers in the body and learning to listen to your body (with tangible tips on how to actually do this!) How easy it is to fall into just treating your symptoms Why using the word “too busy” when it comes to your health just doesn't work anymore and Lyn's recommendations around that Talking to our bodies in terrible ways and how that's programming our bodies to believe that (and how hard that can be to change) How to forgive your body and get on the path where you can trust it again (and it can trust you!) Some of Lyn's favorite nervous system healing modalities Christina's experience with body talk and why Lyn loves it, too! Links and things: Lyn's Website Lyn's Instagram Free gift from Lyn! Chronically Healing Instagram Chronically Healing Facebook Group
There is a study reported by the medical journal The Lancet about the increase in levels of anxiety and depression during the pandemic. The first sentence in the report got me thinking. Mental disorders are among the leading causes of the global health-related burden I have to look up the meaning of burden because I've never thought of my anxiety as a burden. A thorn, a pain in the ass, or at best, this thing that I have but not a burden. It has two meanings. a load, typically a heavy one. Or the main theme or gist of a speech, book, or argument. The Lancet is a UK publication and I'm an American bringing other meaning to the words used to describe mental health issues. At first, I took it as the world was burdened with people who have a mental health condition. Then I thought, maybe they mean the people that have a mental health condition that have the burden? I might be wrong about this, but I think this is the UK's English way of expressing a thesis statement. In this episode, a definition of depression and negative talk (or cognitive dissonance) symptoms when it comes to depression. Negative talk symptom isn't the opposite of so-called happy or positive thoughts. It is a pattern of thinking that is designed to invalidate the worth of a person or their value to other people. Resources Mentioned: Ad Age Mental Health is the Monumental Brief that Needs the Power of Our Industry. American Psychiatry Association explanation page What is Depression? Downloadable booklet – What is Depression? from the National Institute of Mental Health Also by NIMH, Signs and Symptoms of Depression. How Does Social Media Play a Role in Depression? a post by Very Well Mind Social Media and Mental Health via Helpguide.org If you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741. Disclaimer: Links to other sites are provided for information purposes only and do not constitute endorsements. Always seek the advice of a qualified health provider with questions you may have regarding a medical or mental health disorder. This blog and podcast is intended for informational and educational purposes only. Nothing in this program is intended to be a substitute for professional psychological, psychiatric or medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
September was PAD awareness month. Vascular Surgeon Dr. Kirksey sat down with vascular medicine specialists Dr. Fendrikova Mahlay and Dr. Ouma to talk about peripheral artery disease risk factors, symptoms of peripheral artery disease, testing for peripheral artery disease, medical management, and ongoing monitoring and care throughout your lifetime. Next week's episode will talk about PAD in the diabetic population.
Are you familiar with relationship anxiety? Do you have generalized anxiety? Relationship anxiety can cause you to feel nervous or anxious in your romantic relationship. However, relationship anxiety can even show up in platonic relationships. Today on the Three L's Podcast, Rachel Ann Dine, LPC is explaining exactly WHAT relationship anxiety is but also goes a step deeper to talk about the root causes of relationship anxiety and signs that relationship Anxiety may be causing you to feel nervous In your romantic relationship. Anxiety can affect a person on multiple levels and it can absolutely show up in a romantic relationship. Learn to understand the reasons why you may be feeling nervous in your romantic relationship, get to know the signs of relationship anxiety, and better yet, receive coping strategies for dealing with relationship anxiety. Symptoms of relationship anxiety can vary and this episode shares easy to use, realistic interventions that you can start implementing right away to better manage relationship anxiety that you may be experiencing. Knowledge is power! Say hi and receive more mental health resources! YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/QukMVydMNqE Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rachelanndinecounseling/ FREE guide to setting healthy boundaries: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5efb890ccaabca0028b7b082 And don't forget to subscribe! Be well. DISCLAIMER: The information provided IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND NOT STRUCTURED IN A WAY TO PROVIDE MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING/PSYCHOTHERAPY/ THERAPY/DIAGNOSING OF ANY KIND. YOU UNDERSTAND THAT RACHEL ANN DINE IS NOT PROVIDING INFORMATION AS YOUR TREATING MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR or MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL. Rachel Ann Dine is a licensed professional counselor at time of EVENT and distribution but is in no way by engagement of interaction with you attempting to diagnose or treat you. Please consult your own medical provider for treatment. We do not assume liability for any information provided. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Find out what a Squircle principle is that helps solve the countless problems leaders face in today's digital world Find a new perspective to enable people to perform more with less effort Discover how to engage people into a 'change dynamic' to make way for a new path to performance Resources/Links: Discover your Squircle score. Click here: https://squircleacademy.com/test/ Summary How do you increase agility, creativity, and lower burnout? Are you looking for a new perspective to engage and enable people to perform? Do you want to engage people to perform without teaching them but taking them through experience? Wall Street Journal / USA Today international best-selling author Francis Cholle uses deep human learning and cognitive science to help leaders and Fortune 500 solve complex problems and thrive in disruption. In this episode, Francis shares how he uses deep human learning and cognitive science to help leaders and Fortune 500 solve complex problems and thrive in disruption through the Squircle approach. Check out these episode highlights: 01:39 - Francis's ideal client - "So our ideal clients are HR executives, the C-suites of organizations, CMOs, CFOs, where all the people work to impact the culture of the organization to get better results. And we also market to coaches and consultants." 02:13 - Problem that Francis helps to solve - "So everybody's looking for agility and creativity today in this fast, disruptive world that you were mentioning before. You know, and those are kind of empty words. We make them really real. And we actually show the path visually with a simple model that everybody can understand how to access that natural innate potential that's so rarely tapped into in business." 03:10 - Symptoms to the clients' problems before they find Francis's solution - "So the symptoms are usually how to engage people into change dynamics. You know, nobody likes to change habits, right? People I've worked with, talked to today, their main problems are engagement, people are tired, they reach a place of burnout when they don't notice burnout anymore. They work nine to nine. And sometimes they don't stop over the weekend." 05:06 - Common mistakes people make in trying to solve the problem: "It's the way we look at problems, the way we ask questions." 06:19 - Francis' Valuable Free Action (VFA): - "In the Squircle book and the website, you'll find an image where you have the circle or adaptability, creativity, agility, natural, you know, it's represented by the circle and then the frame, the square being structured, logic, dependability. So, we live in a culture where the circle is within the square and that square, the circle cannot fly, you know, like a bird, cannot fly, so the free thing is, liberate the natural part of ourselves. Let the circle encircle the square." 07:00 - Francis's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): - Check out Francis' website https://squircleacademy.com/test/ 07:53 - Q: Why is it credible? A: Because it's science-based, everything we do at the human company is researched. It all was generated through work that we did 15 years ago for L'Oreal. We did a deep dive into the culture. We mobilized the latest in scientific research, and we still are, you know, validating everything we do through research. And it's been pressure-tested by 250,000 executives around the world in more than 24 hours. Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “Liberate the natural part of ourselves. Let the circle actually encircle the square.” -Francis CholleClick To Tweet Transcript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland 00:10 Greetings everyone, and a very warm welcome to another edition of Marketing the Invisible.
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Diverticulitis: A Functional Medicine Approach | This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health and Athletic GreensOver 200,000 people per year are treated for diverticulitis, a painful condition in which small pouches in the colon, called diverticula, become infected. Symptoms of diverticulitis include nausea, fever, chills, loss of appetite, and constipation. While conventional medicine treatments for diverticulitis usually consist of antibiotics and surgery, Functional Medicine looks at a wide variety of things like microbiome diversity, dietary fiber consumption, gut health, inflammation, and more, to both prevent and treat this condition. In this episode, Dr. Hyman discusses diverticulitis with Dr. George Papanicolaou. They talk about how lifestyle habits, such as a low fiber diet and elevated stress, can contribute to diverticulitis. They also share certain foods and supplements that are supportive and healing to the body.George Papanicolaou is a graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and is Board Certified in Family Medicine from Abington Memorial Hospital. He is also an Institute for Functional Medicine Practitioner. Upon graduation from his residency, he joined the Indian Health Service. He worked on the Navajo reservation for 4 years at the Chinle Comprehensive Medical Facility where he served as the Outpatient Department Coordinator. In 2000, he founded Cornerstone Family Practice in Rowley, MA. He practiced with a philosophy centered on personal relationships and treating the whole person, not just not the disease. He called that philosophy “Whole Life Wellness.” Over time as the healthcare system made it harder for patients to receive this kind of personal care Dr. Papanicolaou decided a change was needed. He began training in Functional Medicine through the Institute of Functional Medicine. In 2015, he established Cornerstone Personal Health—a practice dedicated entirely to Functional Medicine. Dr. Papanicolaou joined The UltraWellness Center in 2017.This episode is brought to you by Rupa Health and Athletic Greens.Rupa Health is a place for Functional Medicine practitioners to access more than 2,000 specialty lab tests from over 20 labs like DUTCH, Vibrant America, Genova, Great Plains, and more. You can check out a free live demo with a Q&A or create an account at RupaHealth.com. Right now, Athletic Greens is offering my listeners 10 free travel packs of AG1 when you make your first purchase. Just go to athleticgreens.com/hyman to take advantage of this great offer.In this conversation, Dr. Hyman and Dr. Papanicolaou discuss:How overall fiber consumption has reduced over timeWhat diverticula are and how they can progress to diverticulitisThe symptoms of diverticulitisRisk factors for developing diverticulitisThe difference between conventional medicine and Functional Medicine treatments for diverticulitisUsing bone broth and clove tea to heal a flare upWhy it's a myth that you shouldn't eat nuts and seeds if you have diverticulitisSuggestions for how to add fiber to your dietSupplements to support the bodyCase study of a 50-year-old woman with diverticulitis See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this week's episode I share where all of someones symptoms come from and why that's the case. If you're not addressing the cause, then you're missing the boat. This episode is SIMPLE science-backed conversation about neurophysiology that you can find in any medical textbook.You may never listen again after you hear this episode, OR it will radically transform your life or someone that you know.Connect with Dr. Daniel:Instagram | @danielkimbleydcFacebook | https://www.facebook.com/daniel.kimbley.5Medium | https://medium.com/@danielkimbleyConnect with Nexus Family Chiropractic:Instagram | @nexusfamilychiropracticFacebook | https://www.facebook.com/nexusfamilychiropractic/YouTube | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbUzsA22gT7UseaFy-rzkVg?view_as=subscriberWeb | https://www.nexusfamilychiropractic.com/
Diese aktuelle Ladylike-Podcast-Folge ist eine besondere Folge: Yvonne und Nicole haben einen Gast: Dr. Alice Martin, Ärztin für Haut- und Geschlechtskrankheiten. Denn Yvonne und Nicole erhalten immer öfter Fragen zum Thema Geschlechtskrankheiten. Nicole und Yvonne haben keine medizinische Ausbildung, können deshalb nur bedingt Auskunft zu diesem Thema geben und haben sich deshalb professionelle Hilfe organisiert, um über dieses wichtige Thema aufzuklären.Nicole fragt Dr. Alice Martin nach den häufigsten Geschlechtskrankheiten. Dr. Martin antwortet, die häufigste Erkrankung im Intimbereich seien Feigwarzen. Bei den Geschlechtskrankheiten seien Syphilis, Chlamydien und Tripper zu nennen.Yvonne und Nicole fragen nach, was Feigwarzen seien. Dr. Martin antwortet, das seien kleine gutartige hautfarbene Knötchen, für deren Bekämpfung es verschiedene Therapiemöglichkeiten gebe. Was viele Patienten nicht wüssten, die Feigwarzen seien kein Hygieneproblem. Auch bei guter Hygiene und Duschen nach dem Geschlechtsverkehr könnten sie übertragen werden. Ebenso böten Kondome bei diesem Thema keinen sicheren Schutz. Wenn Feigwarzen also erkennbar seien, ab zum Arzt.Chlamydien würden durch bakterielle Erreger verursacht und könnten zum Beispiel Symptome wie Harnwegsinfektionen verursachen. In der Schwangerschaft würde häufig routinemäßig darauf getestet auch zum Schutz des ungeborenen Kindes. Auch Chlamydien seien gut behandelbar.Nicole fragt interessiert nach der Syphilis und meint, sie habe immer gedacht, diese Krankheit gehöre der Vergangenheit an. Dr. Martin hingegen sagt, dass die Syphilis immer noch total verbreitet sei. Die Krankheit sei im Anfangsstadium von den Symptomen häufig unspezifisch und verläuft in drei Stadien, im ersten und zweiten Stadium sei die Syphilis aber gut zu behandeln. Ein typisches Symptom sei Hautausschlag, auch an den Händen und Füßen und sogar in den Handflächen und auf den Fußsohlen.Dr. Martin erklärt auch, dass viele Patienten gar nicht wüssten, dass Geschlechtskrankheiten beim Hautarzt behandelt würden. Häufig stellten sie sich zunächst in der Gynäkologie oder Urologie vor, um dann von dort zum Dermatologen überwiesen zu werden.Nicole findet, an den E-Mails, die Ladylike erreichen, werde deutlich, dass die Leute, die Symptome an sich feststellen, sich schämten und erstmal lieber in die Apotheke gingen als zum Arzt. Dr. Alice Martin bestätigt, Geschlechtskrankheiten seien immer noch ein Tabuthema.Hört einfach rein, in die aktuelle Ladylike Podcast-Folge, in der Yvonne und Nicole ihrer Hörer ermutigen, Scham zu überwinden und sich lieber früher als später beim Arzt/bei der Ärztin checken zu lassen.In dem Zusammenhang erwähnen die beiden auch die App Dermanostic, wo man Auskunft erhalten kann: https://dermanostic.com/Habt Ihr selbst erotische Erfahrungen, eine Frage oder Story, über die Yvonne & Nicole im Ladylike-Podcast sprechen sollen? Dann schreibt uns gern an @ladylike.show auf Instagram oder kontaktiert uns über unsere Internetseite ladylike.showHört in die Folgen bei AUDIO NOW, iTunes oder Spotify rein und schreibt uns gerne eine Bewertung. Außerdem könnt ihr unseren Podcast unterstützen, indem ihr die neuen Folgen auf Euren Kanälen pusht und Euren Freunden davon erzählt.Unsere allgemeinen Datenschutzrichtlinien finden Sie unter https://art19.com/privacy. Die Datenschutzrichtlinien für Kalifornien sind unter https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info abrufbar.
Would you be willing to do a live interview in front of 800+ people? Our new friend Jessi Romero jumped right in with me as we hosted a fantastic LIVE chat on Fishbowl about overcoming and succeeding in the workplace when you have ADHD. Was it luck or was it all of the awesome ADHD Brains that joined together that made this episode so motivating? Not that I had any doubts because Jessi is an amazing resource and mentor for ADHD female entrepreneurs. She teaches, strengthens, and encourages female entrepreneurs with ADHD to run their own businesses by leaning into their ADHD. During Part 1 of our conversation, we focus on navigating life as a person living with ADHD. We discussed: Using ADHD to your advantage (Could it be your secret weapon?) Emotional dysregulation and how it shows up in our work Why we struggle with AND how to overcome imposter syndrome Why it's important to ask for help when we need it How to prep yourself for a job interview There's LOTS of goodness in this one, Successful Mama! Jessi's experience as an ADHD Business & Marketing Coach, a mama, and a leader in the ADHD support industry gives her great insights into the common struggles of women who have ADHD and what they can do to achieve the success they crave. Special thanks to Jessi Romero for joining me for today's episode! You can find her in her free Facebook community, on her website, and on her socials (Facebook & Instagram). If you haven't already, make sure to subscribe to the Motherhood in ADHD Podcast to be notified for Part 2 of our convo when it drops next week! More info about Jessi: Jessi is a Houston Colombian-American toddler mom that started a community in 2020 that has grown over to 35,000 ADHD'ers today that are either wanting to jump into entrepreneurship or currently running their own businesses. She got tired of trying all the neurotypical advice for business owners and failing one too many times at it. Now she coaches ADHD Entrepreneurs how to structure their business to their brain and implement growth strategies that don't make them cringe or worse, burn out. Click here for transcription.
In this episode Coach Jenny talks to thyroid disease advocate and fellow Strong Girl Ebony Williams, who has been featured previously in Strong Fitness Magazine and is a wellness specialist. Ebony takes us through her personal story of how she moved from studying neuroscience to including an exercise degree in her studies after her journey with thyroid disease. Jenny and Ebony talk about the importance of really listening to your body and being an advocate for your wellness, the necessity of proper diet and sleep patterns, and how to take care of your thyroid NOW vs reactively. Thyroid health is crucial to supporting our overall body system management, and in this episode we get snapshots of what can help us accomplish that goal. Ebony Williams Resources:Ebony on IGEbony on FBEbony's TweetsThyroid Warrior PodcastSouls BeautyJoin the Thyroid Warriors Club If you enjoyed this episode, make sure and give us a five star rating and leave us a review on iTunes, Podcast Addict, Podchaser and Castbox. STRONG Fitness Magazine Subscription Use discount code STRONGGIRLResourcesSTRONG Fitness MagazineSTRONG Fitness Magazine on IGTeam Strong GirlsCoach JVBFollow Jenny on social mediaInstagramFacebookYouTube
Scatterbrained. Distracted. Overwhelmed. Drowning. No motivation. There's a framework for that! I know why your day feels so chaotic and out of control as a mom with ADHD because I am a mom with ADHD. We'll dive into the frequent ways our ADHD derails us. Then I have three words for you: TIME. MANAGEMENT. MASTERY. For a lot of moms, managing their time looks simple. But we're not like other moms - we're ADHD moms. I'm a mom who is determined to not let my ADHD brain control me. I set out and developed a framework that has helped me (and lots of other ADHD mamas) frame the beautiful life I am creating. Granted the pictures aren't always perfect...but let's just say, they absolutely ALWAYS have character. ;) As a mom living with ADHD you have tons of things to manage - kids' appointments, house things, work, relationships...etcetera...etcetera. Phew...Not to mention finding time to take care of your own health and well-being. Trying to find the time for it all can make you want to crawl back into bed and hide under the covers! When you're ready to emerge from the covers - all you have to do is sign up for Time Management Mastery and implement my simple framework to help you truly understand how you can manage your ADHD brain AND your time - to make them BOTH work for you. I want you to feel amazing about your schedule. I want you to be overjoyed when you reflect on your week and realize - you did SO MANY things that you wanted to do with your time! Today is the LAST DAY to sign up for Time Management Mastery in 2021. Sign up now because we start on Monday, October 4th! (Registrations closes TODAY Sept. 30th so don't "do it later"!) bit.ly/adhdframework **Bonus** All the mamas who join this round of TMM can sign up for Daily Planning for ADHD for $100 off! That's over 50% off. Bundle and save - because who doesn't love a twofer, right!? NOTE: I will NOT be offering Time Management Mastery again for the rest of the year. So grab it now, because it's seriously so good. :) Sign up today: bit.ly/adhdframework Click here for transcription.
Have you ever wondered that what you're feeling in your body is just a reflection of what you're thinking? In this solo podcast, Alex talks about the battles of the mind and what you can do about it. Important Links: https://www.zestyginger.com/links/ https://www.zestyginger.com/HealthyHormones/
Several mamas have asked for more details around Time Management Mastery for ADHD Moms, and maybe you've been thinking the same thing... Is this class right for you? I'm sharing 8 questions and answers to help you make the best decision possible. Sign up for Time Management Mastery for ADHD Moms at bit.ly/adhdframework by Sept 30th!
In this latest episode of Ask Lattice coach Ella is joined by Dr Nicky Keay, a medical doctor specialising in sports endocrinology, where they discuss the perimenopause.They talk through when the peri-menopause might begin, key symptoms to look out for, how hormonal tests can help, and some tips and suggestions for symptom management. Having gone through the menopause, she also gives some insights into her personal journey and how she has managed symptoms, expectations, and her training. Please note that none of the content covered in this podcast is intended to provide specific medical, physical or mental health advice, and should not be relied upon as such. The views, information, or opinions expressed during the podcast are solely those of the individuals being interviewed and do not necessarily represent those of Lattice Training and its employees. We would strongly recommend that you seek advice from a medical professional if you have any questions or concerns arising from the issues or matters covered in this podcast.Intro: (0.00) Defining perimenopause and menopause: (6.40) The influence of genetics: (9.08) Using hormonal tests to predict perimenopause?: (12.22) Symptoms of perimenopause: (19.35)Cross over with symptoms of low energy availability: (22.08)Personal symptoms and experience of perimenopause: (24.10)Are PMS symptoms an indicator of severity of perimenopausal symptoms?: (32.48)Hormone tests to diagnose perimenopause - Female Hormone Mapping with Forth With Life: (36.35)Symptoms postmenopause?: (48.32)Using HRT - risks & benefits: (49.30)Non-hormonal alternatives: (56.45)What about testosterone?: (1.01:35)Vaginal estrogen & lubricants: (1.03:30)Other self help remedies: (1.05:35)Training & nutrition during perimenopause: (1.06:10)Gut health & supplements: (1.09:10)Personal approach to training during perimenopause (1.15:30)Continuing with HRT postmenopause? (1.20)Find out more about Dr Nicky Keay here: https://nickykeayfitness.com/Find out more about the Female Hormone Mapping from Forth With Life here: https://www.forthwithlife.co.uk/female-hormone-mapping/Further reading and resources: British Menopause Society: https://thebms.org.uk/NICE menopause guidelines: https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/ng23
Does your day ever feel like you're trying to bake cookies without a recipe and have no idea what's in the pantry? Do we have any clean bowls? What's the oven temp? How do I only have 3 chocolate chips??? And why does everyone else get a laminated recipe card and a fully stocked pantry? Sometimes it can feel like we just can't manage in the real world. We are constantly shown how "normal" people plan, organize, and manage their time -- which never seems to work out for us when we have ADHD. The problem is, we're not normal. We are unique. And we need unique tools that were developed for our uniquely amazing brains to help us feel like we have some semblance of control over our time and our lives. Today we're discussing the 4 reasons we struggle to get everything done, and what we can do about it. I'm sharing the tools I use (and teach!) that help lots of ADHD moms feel capable and confident about how they manage their own time. Yes, it might feel like we're on an energy roller coaster, but when we know how the ride works, and understand the ups & downs a little better, we can prepare ourselves to not only have a successful ride - but also ENJOY it! I'm also sharing the first peek into my new course, Time Management Mastery for ADHD Moms! Today's the first day that it's available for you to sign up! bit.ly/adhdframework I'm explaining all the details during today's episode. Sign up now because we start the first week of October! (Registrations closes on Sept. 30th so don't "do it later"!) bit.ly/adhdframework **Bonus** All the mamas who join this round of TMM can sign up for Daily Planning for ADHD for $100 off! That's over 50% off. Bundle and save - because who doesn't love a twofer, right!? NOTE: I will NOT be offering Time Management Mastery again for the rest of the year. So grab it now, because it's seriously so good. :) Sign up today: bit.ly/adhdframework Click here for transcription.
Parosmia, a long-term COVID-19 symptom, is a disorder that can make food smell and taste rancid. Patty Wight of Maine Public Radio reports on this perplexing condition that has a profound impact on people's lives but few treatment options. And, scientists thought that humans with stone weapons may have caused the disappearance of Ice Age beasts like wooly mammoths. But as Jeff St. Clair of WKSU reports, new research shows that stones were no match for mammoths' hair and hide.
On this episode, I talk about the cycle of anxiety and why it never seems to get any better. One of the biggest confusions anxiety can produce is the constant appearance of new bodily symptoms after others disappear. I then go over what the solutions are to this vicious cycle.
This week, Rodrigo brings a fascinating idea to the table with regards to the loyalties within the psychology of any given system -- how we might become a symptom of the system's patterns or a participant in the pattern itself.Intro to BioType Health for Intro to BioTypes Grads is Sept 25-26, 2021. If you haven't already, sign up for it before next week!Confused about BioTypes? Here's a starter episode that explains the Unani Biotypes and Systemic Psychology we reference.For more information on BioTypes visit www.RGPdevelopment.comFOLLOW US ON SOCIALSRodrigoInstagram (English)Facebook (English)Instagram (Español)Facebook (Español)RossInstagramFacebookTwitterBrianInstagramEdited by Dan PurcellSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/rgpdevelopment)
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Pain isn't simply a symptom of another disease or a result of another noxious or traumatic event. It's an independent entity in itself in majority of the situations. It's time we stopped approaching it with the Cartesian model framework. Join me in this episode to learn about how and when a pain can be considered a symptom and when it needs to be treated like any other independent chronic diagnosis, and why that is important. Takeaways in This Episode The reason(s) I am even talking about this The biggest misconception about pain Why this misconception get propagated Classification of pain and why that is important What I mean by "not all pain is created equal" There's more to chronic pain than just "chronic pain" - classification of chronic pain as defined by IASP task force and the WHO Major differences between acute and chronic pain Mechanisms at play in acute and chronic pain The benefits of understanding these distinctions and classifications Links International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) Other Relevant Episodes: Episode #56. Making Pediatric Pain Matter.... with Dr Christopher Eccleston Episode #78. Remodeling Pediatric Pain Management in Emergency Rooms with Dr. Samina Ali Episode #62. Metaphors for Better Pediatric Pain Management Episode #25 . Role of Epigenetics in Chronic Post-Surgical Pain with Dr. Vidya Chidambaran Proactive Pain Solutions Physicians Academy Clinicians Pain Evaluation Toolkit
Ouch! Taking responsibility for our ADHD brains can sting a little. But it's not hopeless! Just because it's hard doesn't mean we can't set meaningful goals and achieve the things we really want. Today is round two with ADHD Life Coach Jessica Heimsoth. She shares: The REAL reason many people with ADHD don't reach their goals The LIES we frequently tell ourselves that hold us back from being successful (Jessica totally called me out here!) Learning how your brain functions will propel you forward Proven strategies to feel productive and accomplish your goals What to do if you're overwhelmed by all the goals goals goals talk? and When is it okay to stop pushing and just be who you are where you are? Lots of brilliant wisdom in this one, mama. This episode is a big hug wrapped in truth and love. I'm so ready for you to hear the actionable tips Jessica shares in part two of her interview. But more importantly, I want you to know that you are wonderful and worthy and loved just as you are. You are good enough, no matter if you crush 30 goals this year or do nothing extra beyond raising your humans. You're doing a great job surviving in this crazy world. You are not broken, and you are not alone. During the episode, Jessica mentions the book We Should All Be Millionaires by Rachel Rodgers. Find it here: We Should All Be Millionaires Learn more about Jessica and ADHD Coaching on her website. Also, make sure to connect with her on Instagram and Facebook. Big thanks to Jessica for sharing her knowledge and her compassion for those of us living with ADHD. The community appreciates you and all you do! Click here for a trascription.
On the 20th anniversary of 9/11 we discuss the tragically beautiful Academy Award nominated film Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. In this episode we discuss the unique journey of Oskar Schell as he processes the life changing event of losing the person who understood him best in the world while simultaneously living through the collective trauma of the September 11th attacks. We are joined by special guests Dr. David Paltin who is an expert in Neuro-Atypical Presentations and Andrew Rubin who is the president of Symptom Media.
What do you do when you are struggling to meet a goal and aren't sure what to do next? There is help available! An ADHD Coach can help you find a tailored solution to overcome your obstacles. Perhaps you've heard of ADHD Coaching, but aren't sure what it is or if it's right for you. Let's discuss: • what is ADHD Coaching • how to find the right ADHD coach for you • should you choose a life coach who specializes in ADHD • what questions to ask a prospective ADHD Coach • what to look for in a coaching relationship • red flags in your first meeting with an ADHD Coach • how to tell if a coach is the "real deal", and • how to work through the fear of scheduling a discovery call with a new coach. Jessica Heimsoth of Every Thought Captive Coaching joins us to break down the process and highlights thoughts to consider when searching for a perfect ADHD coach for you. Jessica (@EveryThoughtCaptiveCoaching) works with the adult Christian ADHD community to not only help them find solutions for working with their own brains but also give them practical tools and resources that fit their individual needs. She works with her clients by creating customized client-focused strategies for things like goal-setting, emotional regulation, accountability, and improving relationships (just to name a few!). Her goal is to help you with YOUR goals and help you become the best version of yourself, ADHD and all. Jessica shares her own ADHD journey from wanting to be a novelist, to her own late ADHD diagnosis, to how she manages ADHD as a mother. Her biggest triumph is when she's teaching Christians with ADHD how to get unstuck while taking control of their lives and giving God ALL of the glory. There's SO MUCH good stuff in this one, mama! I can not wait to see how you thrive with the right help, Successful Mama. Learn more about Jessica and ADHD Coaching on her website and follow her on Instagram and Facebook. Big thanks to Jessica for sharing her knowledge and her compassion for those of us living with ADHD. The community appreciates you and all you do! Click here for show notes and transcription.
What do you need to know about uterine fibroids if you want to get pregnant? We talk with Dr. Desiree McCarthy-Keith, is the Medical Director of Shady Grove Fertility Atlanta and a Board Certified OB/GYN and Reproductive Endocrinologist. She also has a Master of Public Health in maternal and child health. She has been listed in Atlanta Magazine's Top Doctors for Infertility from 2017-2021 and as one of Black Health Magazine's Most Influential African American Doctors.In this episode, we cover:What are uterine fibroids?What are the main symptoms of fibroids?Who is most at risk for having fibroids?Is there a genetic connection to uterine fibroids? Do fibroids pass through families?Why do some fibroids grow very slowly and others rapidly? Is the speed the fibroid is growing something to worry about? How should women track this?Are fibroids always a problem requiring treatment?How to diagnoses fibroids.Symptom distinction between endometriosis and fibroid?What is the best way to medically treat uterine fibroids?Are their alternative medicinal treatments that have been seen to be effective at treating uterine fibroids?When is a hysterectomy the preferred treatment?Skill of surgeon is important when using a surgical treatment. How can a patient determine the surgeon's skill?Can fibroids cause infertility?Impact of fibroids on pregnancy?What happens to fibroids during pregnancy? If a woman knows she has fibroids, what should she be aware of when she is pregnant?Are their lifestyle factors that contribute to having fibroids or worsening fibroids once you have them?Does diet affect fibroids?Are women with fibroids at a higher risk for uterine cancer or reproductive tract cancers?What other routine medical treatment should women with fibroids make sure they receive?What can infertility nurses do to help patients with fibroid.Other health issues associated with fibroids.Are tampons safe to use? Do they cause or contribute to fibroids? Are the sponge and cup safe to use or better to use?What happens to fibroids after menopause?This podcast is produced by www.CreatingaFamily.org. Creating a Family brings you the following expert-based content:Weekly podcastsWeekly articles/blog postsResource pages on all aspects of family buildingPlease leave us a rating or review RateThisPodcast.com/creatingafamilySupport the show (https://creatingafamily.org/donation/)
Colic might be a symptom of vestibular dysfunction. Never thought about it that way, as suggested by chiropractor Dr Jan Hoeve from the Netherlands in his landmark paper in the high-impact journal, Frontiers in Pediatrics this past May: (https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fped.2021.668457/full). Have always thought that colic is due in part to dietary sensitivities, but have also said that colic/reflux is not ONLY a digestive issue...it is a brain issue. Now we have a groundbreaking theory that might explain what is really going on with colicky babies.
Deficient emotional self-regulation (DESR) is an integral part of ADHD and can have serious negative effects on daily functioning. Russell Barkley, Ph.D., discusses the ADHD-emotional dysregulation link and effective treatments.
Do you wish there was a way to feel confident about your day? To know exactly where you need to be, when you need to be there, and what you need to do today? I know what it feels like to buy 15 different planners and not use any of them for more than a week or two. When you're tired of disappointing your family, your boss, and yourself. Imagine with me - that tonight - when you look back at your day, you know you did the things on your to do list. You showed up well. You feel productive and accomplished. That's why I created Daily Planning for ADHD moms, where I teach you how to How to keep a calendar and organize your to do list. When you learn these skills from another ADHD brain, in super short videos, they finally make sense! So now you will be able to keep up with the commitments you've made and feel confident in how you are organizing your day. You will walk away with an easy to stick to, 3 step system to keep up with your calendar and a simple way to sort through the giant to do list and figure out what actually matters. Plus, we have a weekly accountability group so you can ask questions when you're stuck, and jump back on the wagon when you fall off. Because you will fall off - that's part of ADHD. But now you will know how to prepare for that! So if you're ready to figure out your day in a way that makes sense for both mom life and an ADHD brain, I want to help you make this happen. I know August is crazy as we're transitioning into the new school year and I want you to have the tools you need to start well. So I have a back to school bonus for you: Sign up today, August 27th, to get 20% off your class. bit.ly/adhdplan Our weekly support and accountability group starts next week! I can not wait to see you feel confident and competent in how you run your family life.
There's a perfect system that will work for YOU...but spoiler alert - you won't find it on a shelf at target. The BEST way to find a daily planning system that works for you is to CREATE EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED. Instead of trying planner after unused planner, and forcing them to sorta work, let's make the unique system that fits your life. While it may feel overwhelming at first, when we have help, we can learn to develop systems that work FOR us instead of feeling like a failure because we wasted yet another notebook and feel no closer to success. If we expect a tool, i.e. some random planner, to teach us how to be organized, we'll continually be disappointed by this inanimate object that can't solve our organizational woes! The moral of the story: we can definitely find ways to plan, organize, and execute tasks that work for our ADHD brains when we have a plan to use the system. "How I am going to stick with this, Patricia???" Don't worry - I got you! This is why Daily Planning for ADHD Moms includes a weekly group call. Together you will feel supported and encouraged to continue to make progress on your new habits and the changes you're making in your life. Community is key - and there's so much power when you know and communicate with other mamas who are just like you. You'll no longer feel like you're alone on an ADHD mom island! Having that connection with other mamas who know EXACTLY what you're going through every week makes ALL the difference. And it's what students who take the course say is their favorite part. Yes, they find great success with the modules and tools inside the course but having that actual connection and support is something you can look forward to every week. I know you want to learn, feel seen, and get the advice and tools you need to create a system you know will work FOR YOU! You can do it - we can help! Tomorrow is the last day to grab the Back to School Bonus and save 20%! Click here: bit.ly/adhdplan and grab your spot now.
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Piers Ward and Andy Proudman make up "Me and My Golf" and they have built a global following thanks to their savvy and appropriate golf instruction, both digitally and in-person. They join us to share their story and to illustrate 5 ways that are guaranteed to improve your golf and lower your scores, no matter your skill level. They address: 1. Cause - not Symptom - related instruction and work. 2. The Action of the Hips (and their influence) in the Golf Swing. 3. Playing from the Rough. 4. Playing and Knowing Your Game. 5. Managing Expectations and Mental Attitude.