Slovakia Today, English Language Current Affairs Programme from Slovak Radio
Klara Sevcik Bernatova from the Vagus civic association shared her perspective and experience from working with homeless people in Bratislava. Iveta Radicova, the former Slovak PM, shares her toughts on Slovakia's journey since its establishment 30 years ago.
A recent article in the journal Nature had an obtuse title but profound impact, "A somato-cognitive action network alternates with effector regions in motor cortex." Translation: the homunculus that was 'discovered' in 1948 actually was an inaccurate description! Really? So we don't REALLY know everything about how the human body works? No surprise there! Just like The Polyvagal Theory has upended what we thought of as the Vagus nerve, research shows that we still have a lot to learn!
Living Open | Modern Magick and Spirituality for Mystics and Seekers
Victoria Albina (she/her/ella) a Functional Medicine Nurse Practitioner, an herbalist, and a nervous system expert. In this episode, Eryn and Victoria discuss: Her journey with health and healing How the stories we tell about ourselves and the world impact our somatic experience of life Vagus nerve and polyvagal theory! Different nervous system states Perceiving threat Finding safety in the nervous system slowly and steadily Allowing your body to complete the energy of what it wanted to do in a challenging moment Hypervigilance after trauma Self-love The fawn response, codependence, and people pleasing Attachment theory All of this existing in context of oppressive systems Blog for this episode: www.living-open.com/blog/maria-victoria-albina Connect with Eryn on their substack, Joy Notes. Explore the Religious Trauma Support workbook. Download Victoria's free suite of meditations and nervous system orienting exercises. Tune into Victoria's Feminist Wellness podcast and connect with her on Instagram @victoriaalbinawellness.
As a Christian, it can be confusing to hear all of the evolutionary explanations of why our bodies are dysregulted or how to reverse chronic pain through using the vagus nerve, meditation, breathing, etc.I have had quite a few emails asking me to unpack my beliefs on this. So here it is. In this video, I keep it simple. I believe God created us with a Vagus nerve, Emotions, AND the ability to think Logically. They are all a gift from God and IT is good to use them as tools to heal. Understanding WHY the vagus nerve is helpful to be a great tool in healing. I used cold water, deep breathing, humming, singing and more in my own healing process. It is important that you honor your own conscience with these tools. I also talk about the ACE's study and how Adverse Childhood Experiences can be what causes dysregulation, hypervigilance and chronic pain in the first place. I discuss the term “Trauma” and how it can often be mistaken as a diagnosis that is unhealable. This is not true, nor biblical! I hope you enjoy!If you are looking to reverse your chronic pain or symptoms, reach out for a free consult. Website: thoughtbythoughthealing.com Email: email@example.com #vagusnerve #primitivebrain #christian #creation #tms #hypervigilance #protectivebrain #dysregulatednervoussystem #acesstudy #adversechildhoodexperiences #mindbodyconnection #mindfulness #deepbreathing #meditation #christianmeditation #mindbodysoul #fightorflight #traumadiagnosis
"Unleashing the Hidden Power Within" Exploring the Vagus Nerve for Rapid Results with Dr. Navaz Habib In this very insightful episode, Sinclair Kenally welcomes Dr. Navaz Habib to the show to discuss one of the most incredible pieces of our nervous system the Vagus nerve. From overcoming his health challenges in his 20s by understanding how everything in the body is connected. He realized that the vagus nerve plays an important role in this connection and that it was different than any other nerve in the body. Important to listen for in this episode is how you can regulate and direct when and how you get yourself into a parasympathetic state to manage your emotions, and your ability to perform at the most optimal level every day. You will be surprised to know it's not as hard as you think. Dr. Habib shows you how to engage your Vagus nerve in multiple different ways to do just this so that you can achieve homeostasis and balance. In this episode, you will learn the following: How the vagus nerve can be upgraded by stimulating the areas it innervates, such as the ear, back of the throat, and vocal cords. Why heart rate variability is the best marker for detecting Vagus nerve dysfunction, and why it is an actual measurement of the number of milliseconds between heartbeats. How Vagus nerve signaling can help eliminate inflammation in the brain, which is crucial for reducing conditions like brain fog, chronic fatigue syndrome, migraines, and cluster headaches. Timestamps 0:00:01 Heading: Unpacking the Root Causes of Health Issues with Dr. Navaz Habib 0:04:47 Exploring the Vagus Nerve: A Journey into your Autonomic Nervous System 0:14:08 Diaphragmatic Breathing: The Key to Activating the Vagus Nerve and Reducing Stress 0:20:26 Vagus Nerve Dysfunction: Exploring the Root Causes and Treatments 0:30:30 HRV Hack: Managing Stress and Increasing Parasympathetic State Through Breathwork 0:32:04 Exploring Diaphragmatic Breathing and Vagus Nerve Stimulation Techniques Subscribe to the Podcast here: Apple | Spotify | Stitcher Connect with Sinclair Kennally: Instagram: @detoxrejuvenation Website: https://detoxrejuvenation.com/
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Jenner Linden shares her breakthrough moment where she realized that everything was not what it seemed. You'll also hear about: What happened when Jenner listened to her intuition and created a heart-centered community Connecting with other witchy folks in a safe supportive space What it feels like to be seen as your true self ♥♥♥ Join The Earth Speak Collective Membership! Join like-hearted folks in a sacred container and community where you'll: Connect deeply to yourself, others, nature & spirit Learn to trust your intuition Activate your Earth magic Expand your healing & divination skills Put your intuition into practice in everyday life Stop feeling lonely on your spiritual path Embody & express your creative power & truths Experience safe space without agenda or judgment When you join the Collective, you get access to all of our past workshops, any live workshops happening while you're a member, live weekly energetic reset calls, monthly community rituals, all the secret episodes, member-run meetups to explore magical topics, and a lively members-only forum (that's not on FB!). ▶▶▶ Learn more and sign up for the Collective membership here: https://www.earthspeak.love/collective ***** Jenner Linden founded The Wild Ones Community to **give voice** to heart-centered seekers and transformational leaders. As an intuitive coach, she has cultivated a healing space where folks are free to explore their wild side and path to personal fulfillment. Jennifer's annual ReWilding Online Retreat has attracted over 18K people from around the world dedicated to shedding layers of conditioning and living out their truth. With the right tools, everyone has the power to fall wildly in love with the lives they are creating. In this episode, we talk about: Jenner shares her bathroom floor moment and the story of her breakthrough What happened when Jenner stepped outside her programming Taking off the layers that are hiding your magic Shadow integration and walking side by side with the darkness On taking healing to the next step and integrating the awareness moments What happened when Jenner felt seen as her true self for the first time Trusting in love and connection Creating and navigating boundaries How creating a devotional, daily practice can affect how you show up in the world What are morning pages and why it works for Jenner and her business How intuitive messages show up for Jenner What Natalie and Jenner wish they had discovered sooner on their healing journey What is the Wild Ones Community? The ways that the Wild Ones Community is supporting folks in being seen as their true witchy, woo, and wild self Connecting with other witchy folks in a space supportive and heart-centered space Jenner shares about her upcoming free ReWilding Online Retreat And so much more! Secret Episodes! Get access to past secret episodes at https://www.earthspeak.love/secret. Earth Speak Links: Join the Earth Speak Collective Membership at https://www.earthspeak.love/collective Become an Earth Speak Sponsor and reach more of the people you're meant to serve www.earthspeak.love/sponsor Support the Earth Speak Podcast and purchase our t-shirt Support Earth Speak and make a donation Get the secret episodes at https://www.earthspeak.love/secret Guest Links: Learn more about Jennifer's offerings at www.thewildones.community Learn more about the Free ReWilding Retreat Explore the ReWilding Activation Bundle Join the Wild Ones Community Connect with Jennifer on Instagram @we.arewild // https://www.instagram.com/we.arewild Explore Jennifer's Pinterest References: Native Land https://native-land.ca/ Episode 63 || Becca Piastrelli https://www.earthspeak.love/shows-1/becca-piastrelli-63 Human Design https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_Design NBC https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NBC Red Lake shootings https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Lake_shootings Columbine High School Massacre https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Columbine_High_School_massacre Book || The secret https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Secret_(Byrne_book) Shadow integration https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shadow_(psychology) Kundalini https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kundalini Vagus nerve https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vagus_nerve Morning pages https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Artist%27s_Way Akashic Records https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akashic_records NLP https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neuro-linguistic_programming Tapping https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emotional_Freedom_Techniques Ayurveda https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayurveda Higher Self https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Higher_self ► Leave us a written review on iTunes, and get shouted out on the show! Theme music is “It's Easier” by Scarlet Crow http://www.scarletcrow.org/ and “Meeting Again” by Emily Sprague https://mlesprg.info/ ► Join the Earth Speak Collective Membership at https://www.earthspeak.love/collective Follow Earth Speak on Instagram and tag us when you share @earthspeak https://www.instagram.com/earthspeak
Aloha friends and welcome to EPISODE 117 of the Conrad Podcast, where I interviewed Michele Bolona (Instagram) (TikTok) about her journey of first understanding and then teaching others about Nervous System Regulation.Here is the link to Michele's website: Michele Bolona WebsiteDuring this episode we dig into: Vanilla Sky, Tom Cruise, Projection Relationships, Lucid Dream, Nature of Reality, Political Parties, Making Love to Life, Gurus, False Idols, Joel Olsteen, Sadhguru, Tennessee, Polyamorous, Social Media Spirituality, Netflix Survival Show, Entertainment Conditioning, Physical Fitness, Nervous System Regulation, Tension, Fascia, Gut Health, Dopamine Diets, Leaving Vegan, Grocery Stores, Food Pyramids, Winning Lockdown, Refusing the Shot, Vagus Nerve, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Power of Breath, Chakras, Traumas, Yin Yoga, ETF Tapping and so much MORE.Personal Links @conradg315 (Twitter)I AM Conrad (Youtube)@conradg315 (Instagram)@powerofnow888 (Instagram)Interactive EpisodeLucid Sacred DreamsEMAIL: ConradPodcast@gmail.comAlso, here are links to some recent interviews where I was the guest on other podcasts:Pineal Podcast InterviewYoutube Interview with Homewrecker PodcastIntro/Outro music is a lifetime licensed product for the Conrad Podcast from soundstripe.com and is called “Prepare Yourself” by Moments.
Dr. Perry Nickelston's powerful slogan, Stop Chasing Pain, caught my attention right away. Following this curiosity to learn more about his personal story and experience helping others, I asked him to be a guest on the podcast. During this powerful conversation Dr. Perry emphasizes that pain is our bodies request for change and provides simple steps such as rubbing below and above the collar bones we can start implementing right away to help increase the FLOW in our lives. Dr. Perry Nickelston, aka ‘The Lymph Doc' is a Chiropractic Physician with a primary focus on treating chronic pain and inflammation via the lymphatic and vascular systems. Owner of Stop Chasing Pain, LLC. International speaker and educator of the self-care MOJO series. After healing from a severe back injury and autoimmune disease he decided to dedicate himself to offering these self-care approaches to others. He is passionate about empowering us to regain control of our lives and heal from pain. Hightlights from this conversation with Dr. Perry Nickelston: Pain is our bodies request for change. Why we go to where it hurts, why that is a mistake + what we should do instead. Lymph system function, how + why working the collar bone area will change your life. Vagus nerve function, importance + how to influence. 90% of our behavior is driven by our subconscious, when we make the unconscious, conscious we can heal. Pain is a protective response. All systems in the body work together, nothing gets injured alone, nothing heals alone. The back hurts to protect the vulnerability of the front. The power of BEing your authentic self. You can support this podcast by: sharing this episode with a friend sharing feedback on how this conversation adds value to your life using code UNWIND for 10% discount when purchasing grounding products from the Earthing Company https://www.earthing.com/?rfsn=6910104.aaacb4 visiting https://www.beautifullyunwindingme.com/unwind to view other companies we are affiliated with and use discount code UNWIND. leaving us a 5 star review subscribing to the BEautifully Unwinding Podcast so you never miss one of these powerful and impactful conversations Links + Contact Information Mentioned in this Episode: Connect with Dr. Perry Nickelston Instagram: @stopchasingpain Website: https://www.stopchasingpain.com/ Connect with Tisha Instagram : @beautifullyunwinding Website: www.beautifullyunwinding.com *By listening to this podcast, you agree not to use this podcast as medical advice to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others, including but not limited to patients that you are treating. Consult your own physician for any medical issues that you may be having. With love, light + gratitude….
Dr. Martin answers questions sent in by our listeners. Some of today's topics include: Benefits of alkaline water Autophagy & fasting Red rice yeast vs. pine bark extract FDA warnings on cheese products Vagus nerve & constipation Calcific and achilles tendonitis Pros and cons of butyrate Purecane sweetener Migraines in men Water retention
In this episode, I talk to Wendy Newton about "sacred listening," a phrase she's using to describe how to learn more about how we relate to self and other. Check out Wendy's deep understanding of the Yoga Sutras and somatic energy work here and at her upcoming workshop at ISHTA Yoga. The workshops is a multi-part learning and practice experience offered in-person and online beginning Friday March 24.Please support Peter's Podcast on PatreonNamaste!
Have you ever thought of laughing as meditation? Your belly is squeezing and you are wheezing, you are totally in that moment. Did you know your brain doesn't know the difference between laughing on purpose and natural laughing? Think of Santa Claus "ho ho ho". Here to teach us the science behind laughter yoga and do a demo with us, we have Dr Laura Collatz. Laura has a cool story, she was a hygienist who went on to dental school and now is doing dentistry and laughter yoga! One day her Vagus nerve went haywire and as she put it "her brain stopped playing nice with the rest of her body" she had to relearn how to use her body and relearn basic things like breathing! In her search to heal her brain she got interested in the vagus nerve. One of the modalities they recommended was laughter yoga. She will be hosting a laughter yoga retreat in Puerto Rico which we will link as soon as she has it. To find Laura online on Facebook Laura Collatz and her office is in Pittsboro, North Carolina https://enchantingsmilesdentistry.com/team/dr-collatz/ https://nwmyo.samcart.com/products/munch-bunch-wellness-and-rejuvenation-retreat November 9-12 2023 We would love to invite you to our 1st Annual Munch Bunch Wellness and Rejuvenation Retreat in the Dominican Republic November 9-12. It is an all-inclusive retreat meant to refuel you and give you the chance to rest, relax, and network with others in our Munch Bunch Family! The Spots for Tots: The Parents Guide for Toddler Tongues and Oral Motor Dysfunction. The Spots for Tots Course: Our on demand parents guide with practical tools. Join us to learn more about how to navigate toddler sleep, tongue ties, feeding and bodywork, myofunctional exercises and more. Ages 2-5 years old. Here is the site: https://spotfortots.mykajabi.com/ The Spots for Tots Course Includes: Habit Elimination Program Pre and Post Op Tongue Tie Protocols Myofunctional and Breathing Exercises To Do At Home Education for Identifying Signs and Symptoms for Oral Dysfunction and Tongue Ties Sleep Hygiene and Tips for Success for Toddlers Advice on Feeding, Drinking, and Body Work to Guide Growth and Development How to Find the Right Team for Your Toddler You'll receive clarity for what tongue ties are, support in navigating your toddler's symptoms, tools to create long term habits for success with your child's growth and development. To get a virtual consult for $25 off with Kimi Nishimoto contact her www.mouthmusclememory.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org or Instagram @mouthmusclememory To get a virtual consult for $25 off with Megan Van Noy www.orofacial-myology.com or Megan@nwmyofunctionaltherapy.com or Instagram @nwmft To follow us on Instagram @themunchbunchpodcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/munchbunch/support
In this interview, Andrea is joined by Dr. Navaz Habib, a Doctor of Chiropractic and Functional Medicine Practitioner, who helps his patients dig into the root causes of their health issues and specializes in the Vagus Nerve.1:03 Welcoming Dr. Navaz Habib to the show and why the Vagus nerve, sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system are important as we enter perimenopause and menopause 1:50 What is the vagus nerve?8:50 How anxious moments affect us10:20 What are the sympathetic and parasympathetic states?11:05 Ways to stimulate or engage our parasympathetic nervous system include deep breathing, humming, chanting, cold plunges, gargling, and more.32:20 What is Heart Rate Variability (HRV) and its relationship to our nervous system and resilience?39:30 The role of sleep on vagal tone and heart rate variability42:00 Inflammation and the vagus nerve43:15 Traumatic brain injuries and the relationship to the vagus nerve45:40 Vagal nerve stimulators Vagal nerve stimulation devices from GammaCore. https://www.gammacore.com/Dr. Navaz Habib's website: http://healthupgraded.com/ Follow Dr. Habib on Instagram: @drnavazhabib https://www.instagram.com/drnavazhabib/ Dr. Habib's book: Activate Your Vagus Nerve: Unleash Your Body's Natural Ability to Heal https://amzn.to/3ZBeOHoVisit wearemorphus.com to learn more about the signs and symptoms you may be experiencing, and read our latest articles on perimenopause and menopause.Are you in perimenopause or menopause? Join our Wearemorphus PRIVATE group here: https://bit.ly/2MsxBBf ======
When you don't realize that you're frustrated until after you're yelling at your entire family… When you don't notice you have to pee until it's an emergency… When you don't catch that you've been thirsty for hours… It's embarrassing, frustrating, or both when you don't feel like you're in control of your own body. Struggling with your interoception is an everyday occurrence for people with ADHD. How can you strengthen your awareness and tune into your body's cues so that you feel more sturdy, stable, and present throughout your day? Today's guests and friends, Elizabeth Brink and Anna Lopez share how you can begin to listen to your body and feel connected to your brain, body, and feelings. Anna Lopez is a neurodivergent, single, mom of two boys living in Austin, TX. She's a psychotherapist, psychiatric PA, and neurodivergent coach, who loves helping people learn about their brain and lift the shame of the way it shapes how they show up in the world. Elizabeth Brink is a trauma-informed, body-based coach for neurodivergent people. Elizabeth believes the wisdom of the body offers a unique shortcut to fully embracing the self, which is critical for lasting change. We dive into polyvagal theory, somatics, and interoception, to link the science and the art of listening to yourself and building your self-trust. Connect with Elizabeth and Anna, find links to everything mentioned in this episode & read the transcript here: https://www.patriciasung.com/podcast/episode-178-adhd-hypersensitivity-sensory-overload-interoception-and-somatics-elizabeth-brink-and-anna-lopez
Have you heard of the Vagus, girl? Perhaps, you're thinking...I could tell you, but I'd have to kill you...bearing in mind the rule "What happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas". But, we're not talking about Las Vegas....today, we're talking about our Vagus Nerve. Despite popular belief the Vagus Nerve isn't the nerve we lose or our even our last nerve, it is a cranial nerve that interfaces with the parasympathetic control of the heart, lungs and digestive tract. They should change the phrase to "What happens in the Vagus stays in your body" because when chronic stress and trauma happen over an extended period of time it can show up in our bodies as anxiety, depression, gut disorders, autoimmune conditions and chronic pain. To our listener out there...THIS is very well what may have you feeling STUCK! In this episode, we totally get schooled by our guest Jessica Maguire. After all the amazing things Jessica teaches us in this episode that we DIDN'T know, we're starting to wonder how in the hell we ever passed biology! Jessica Maguire has a degree in Health Science and a Masters in Physiotherapy and has spent over 14 years helping people improve the health of their brain and body. She specializes in helping her patients get to the root cause of their issues rather than just relying on others to resolve their symptoms. She does this by providing a framework within which her clients can understand the different responses of the nervous system and better engage with it rather than being overwhelmed by emotions and physical sensations... We LOVE this conversation! Jessica so clearly articulates what is happening in our bodies and how to tune into the signals our body is sending. If YOU love this episode too...Share this podcast and leave a review. Our nervous system can be in 3 states: a) regulated in which we are at our baseline and operating in a calm, focused, stable and connected state; hyperarrousal in which we may be operating in a state of anxiousness, anger, and hypervigialance; or hypoarrousal in which we slip into a state of shame, withdrawal or burnout...essentially feeling "stuck". The Vagas nerve is a cranial nerve that connects the body and brain. 80% of its fibers are sending signals back up to the brain. It plays a critical role in emotional health, physical health and even effects how we connect with other people. Our brain and our nervous system don't just passively receive information throughout out lives. They are shaped by experiences and relationships. Making a shift, isn't about changing a mindset, its about working with our body to create a new experience that then sends a signal to the brain that we are safe and capable and THAT reshapes our mind....moves you beyond feeling stuck Leverage the gift of co-regulation and bring these people (or even pets) in your life close to help you operate in a more stable, connected and calm state. You can find Jessica at: Website | Jessicamaguire.com IG | repairing_the_nervous_system Make sure we're connected at: FB | Dear Midlife and IG | @DearMidlife
Put on your lucky shirt, cuz we're going to Vagus!No, not Las Vegas. Today, we're visiting the vagus nerve.“The what?” you're probably saying.The vagus nerve. It might just be the most important part of your body that you've never heard of. Well, I'm sure some of you have, but most of you are maybe wondering, “What the heck it that and why have I never heard of it?”Well, don't worry, because all will be made perfectly clear in next few minutes.Full transcript can be found here: https://jimmyglenos.com/2023/02/10/vagus-baby/Learn more about Leadership and Mental Fitness Coaching at jimmyglenos.com#jimmyglenos #jglenos #unlocktheshortcut #leadnsucceed #leadershipcoaching #mentalfitnesscoaching #executivecoachinghttps://www.linkedin.com/in/jglenos/https://www.facebook.com/jglenos/https://twitter.com/jglenoshttps://www.instagram.com/jimmyglenos/https://youtube.com/@coachjimmyglenoshttps://linktr.ee/jglenos
You know I'm all about solving problems as fast as possible with the least amount of effort, and this episode is about just that. Today, I'm joined by Garrett Salpeter, a brilliant engineer and neuroscientist who started his company, NeuFit, back in 2009 and has not looked back since. We get to the shocking (and deeply healing) truth about direct current therapy, the inspirations behind his new home-use device which I am obsessed with, the Neubie, and go deep on the science of pain – revealing that pain is in fact felt on a much deeper level than what we might associate with it. If you're someone who's dealing with any of the following challenges, I highly recommend you give this one a full attention: plantar fasciitis, ankle sprains, shin splints, knee ligament injury, hamstring strain, pulled groin strain, quad or hip flexor, back pain, neck pain – just about anything you can imagine in these categories of pain and injury. And for people who want a Neubie at home, like me, or if you're a pro practitioner that wants to integrate this into your own practice, there is a sweet deal waiting for you. NeuFit is generously offering $1,000 off a Neubie device if you order from neu.fit/luke. DISCLAIMER: This podcast is presented for educational and exploratory purposes only. Published content is not intended to be used for diagnosing or treating any illness. Those responsible for this show disclaim responsibility for any possible adverse effects from the use of information presented by Luke or his guests. Please consult with your healthcare provider before using any products referenced. This podcast may contain paid endorsements for products or services. 00:04:22 — Inspiration for Creating NeuFit The important role that hockey plays in this story Healing injuries with the University of Texas football program Success story with the Washington Nationals Testing prototypes and revising the design 00:14:24 — Direct Current Therapy 101 AC vs. DC explanation How we override the brain's protective instincts Neuromuscular ed-education Structural vs. functional issues Deep dive on pain mapping The impact of helping people – positive ripple effect 00:34:12 — Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) Applying direct current without burning the skin What the waveform looks like Similarity to acupuncture, massage Unpacking the science of pain Garrett explains the biopsychosocial model Mental anguish and other non-physical pains How your body impacts your mind The existence of physical triggers and PTSD What is sensory motor amnesia? 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But the root of so much of the stress we experience comes down to a deficiency in one overlooked nutrient — magnesium. So, if you're ready to help your body deal with stress, instead of putting a band-aid on it after the fact, you're going to want some Magnesium Breakthrough. You can use the code “luke10” for 10% off at magbreakthrough.com/luke. Resources: NeuFit: neu.fit/luke Instagram: @neufitrfp YouTube: NeuFit Are you ready to block harmful blue light, and look great at the same time? Check out Gilded By Luke Storey. Where fashion meets function: gildedbylukestorey.com Join me on Telegram for the uncensored content big tech won't allow me to post. It's free speech and free content: www.lukestorey.com/telegram Related: This Is Your Brain on Nootropics: Supercharged Focus, Creativity & Energy w/ Mr. Noots #426 Think Interfaces: The Ultimate Brain Upgrade for Dopamine, Focus, PTSD, Mood & Anxiety #376 The Flow State Formula: Neurohacking Mindfulness (Luke Live @ Mercado Sagrado) #266
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Long COVID is a serious issue. And in July 2021, it was added as a recognized condition that could result in a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act. But what is Long COVID? And why are only some people affected by it? Emerging research has found a relationship between Phrenic and Vagus nerve changes and chronic COVID symptoms, which may be one of the causes of lingering symptoms like fatigue, shortness of breath, difficulty concentrating, and digestive issues. So what's actually happening in the body when things don't feel "right" after the initial infection? You'll learn: The anatomy of Long COVID How it can impact your nervous system And how long-haul COVID can affect your diaphragm and breathing for months after the initial infection All the links: Nervous system consequences of COVID-19 (Science, 2022) Long COVID Symptoms Linked to Effects on Vagus Nerve (WebMD News) Phrenic Nerve Injury Diaphragmatic myoclonus due to SARS-CoV-2 infection (Neurological Sciences, 2020) Respiratory Distress in SARS-CoV-2 without Lung Damage: Phrenic Paralysis Should Be Considered in COVID-19 Infection (European Journal of Case Reports in Internal Medicine , 2020) A pilot randomized controlled trial of supervised, at-home, self-administered transcutaneous auricular vagus nerve stimulation (taVNS) to manage long COVID symptoms (Bioelectronic Medicine, 2022) Pilot study suggests long COVID could be linked to the effects of SARS-CoV-2 on the vagus nerve Join me for the 2023 Movement Mavens Retreat! www.aewellness.com/retreat/ 30 days to more strength + flexibility with the Mobility Mastery Toolkit Movement Mavens has the tools and strategy to support you on your path to enjoying life without pain - www.aewellness.com/mavens www.aewellness.com/podcast - Show notes, links and more. Come hang out with me on Instagram @hollaformala : https://instagram.com/hollaformala/ TikTok @ aewellness Bodywork Starter Guide - learn the 6 places you need to roll right now for quick relief, plus the reason why what you've tried so far has only given you a temporary fix. Download the guide for free now at www.aewellness.com/bodywork 818-396-6501 is the Body Nerd Hotline - how do you build consistency and/or where are you getting stuck? Drop me a line and let me know your body nerd hacks - you might just hear your voice on a future episode! Today's episode is brought to you by Mobility Mastery Toolkit. Forget icing and stretching - and get a simple program you can do on your own that actually works. The Toolkit includes 30-days of exercises so you know exactly what to do to improve the mobility of your hips, lower back, feet, neck and shoulders. With video demos and a full-body mobility workout calendar, you're just 15-mins a day from feeling stronger and more flexible. Get $20 off when you use the code MASTERY at www.mobilitytoolkit.co
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What happens in the vagus, stays in vagus?? Not with us at SKRAPS. “Science Is a Team Sport”If we truly mean this - I mean, really and truly mean that science is a group effort and not the effort of one person, let's really dive in to this and embrace our opportunities to set the record straight. And I mean let's start right now! As we endeavor to understand The Wanderer, we must also strive to understand the contributors - and not just the marquee names. We hope to shed light on the nerve, the possibilities, the history, and all of the major players - not just a solo artist. After all, as we near the end of another American football season, I think we can appreciate that Joe Montana was better because of Jerry Rice - Troy Aikman thrived with Michael Irvin, and Tom Brady is the GOAT because of his myriad weapons.Let's be true to our intent to make science a team sport and go beyond the lip service.SKRAPS is your podcast, where we on your behalf explores unsaid, underappreciated and sometimes, untold stories of sparks of brilliance in science, technology and innovation. Show CreditsCreated & Produced by: Arun Sridhar & JoJo PlattEditing: Arun SridharSound design: Arun Sridhar & Swaminathan ThiruGnanaSambandamSound mixing and mastering: Swaminathan ThiruGnanaSambandamSocial Media: Twitter: @PodcastSkrapsLinkedIn: SKRAPSArun's Twitter FeedJoJo's Twitter FeedYou can help us fund the production costs by donating as little as $5 or £5 or in any currency of your choice as a one time or a recurring payment HERE or you can buy us a coffee - here
How do I get past the challenging days and stay motivated? Find out how in this episode. How important is the Vagus nerve? What do you know about it? What is the big 6 when it comes to our lymphatic system? Get that lymph moving!!Check out these videos here:Lymphatic FlowWhat is the Vagus Nerve?Stimulate the Vagus Nerve to decrease inflammationXO- JennieSupport the showSOCIAL MEDIA LINKS & WEBSITEwww.123momsquad.comPrivate Facebook Group Life Beyond Chronic Illness Public Facebook Group 123 MomsquadTIK TOK- Jennie Lynn 123 MomsquadInstagram-Jennie.Lynn_Twitter- 123Momsquad----> Interested in the CONNECT & REFLECT mentorship program? Send me an email at: email@example.comThe Adventures of Spiki & Alien- ORDER HEREIf you've enjoyed this episode, then please either:* Follow, Subscribe, Rate and Review on APPLE Podcasts or you can also Listen on Spotify! This Podcast has been recorded and edited by me...
The Girls are back together discussing how to actually rest & reset -- and no, it's not just generic advice. In today's episode, Emma and Madi discuss the function of the Vagus nerve in relaxation, how making micro changes can have a macro impact, and (to put it simply) when nothing changes, nothing changes.Follow us! @hyggegirlspodcast on Instagram & TikTokPersonal accounts: @madi_bares @emmaaroof @itsthehyggegirlsNEW every Monday!Interested in working together? firstname.lastname@example.org -- the door is always open for guests + sponsors!*Produced by Hygge Girls™. All rights reserved. Unsponsored.
Episode 83: Neurostabilization with Amber Walker. Link in Profile and below, or Scan QR code on picture. The worlds of Mast Cell Activation Disorder, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome, and Hypermobility Ehlers Danlos Syndrome have many threads in common and many shared experiences. The common thread in these conditions expands to the fact that the symptoms, causes, and triggers are unpredictable, undefined, and this experience is largely disruptive to the nervous system. Further the nervous system disruption makes the symptoms worsen. How serious should we take neurostabilization in these conditions? To help answer this question, I welcomed on Amber Walker, PT, DPT, CFMP, CNPT. Her unique personal and clinical journey provides a most comprehensive look at this area: We cover many things such as: Where to start when complex health conditions present. How the immune system and environmental triggers effect the Vagus nerve and limbic system Polyvagal theory Nervous system balancing Mast Cells and much more This episode is dedicated to Projectmercy.org an organization committed to education, healthcare, food security, adult skills and infrastructure in Ethiopia. For each of the first 100 listens we will donate $1. You too can donate here BIO- Amber Walker, PT, DPT, CFMP, CNPT is a doctor of physical therapy with advanced training in functional medicine, nutrition and natural healing. She specializes in working with patients who suffer from mast cell activation issues, Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome from mold exposure, dysautonomia, hypermobility spectrum disorders, hereditary angioedema, PASC (post-acute sequelae of Covid-19) and other chronic conditions. As the owner of Origin Wellness, she encourages a “root issue” approach to patient care. Amber is the author of “Mast Cells United: A Holistic Approach to Mast Cell Activation Syndrome” (2019) and “The Trifecta Passport: Tools for Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome” (2021). Her 2022 course "Conquering CIRS" focuses on healing from mold exposure. Amber utilizes the Safe & Sound Protocol to help foster healing for autonomic nervous system regulation and is trained in CranioBiotic Technique, a natural method of addressing health stressors and improving immune function. She utilizes a hands-on approach to physical therapy through dry needling, manual therapy and chronic illness-conscious exercise strategies. Career highlights include the role as a public health volunteer in Peru, and Amber continues to be passionate about working toward creative community health solutions. She's also enjoyed the roles of swimming coach, paddleboarding company owner, faculty with two universities in Colorado and is a member of the Ehlers-Danlos Society International Consortium: Allergy & Immunology Working Group. In her spare time, you can find Amber on a surfboard, mountain trail or somewhere in Latin America. Learn more: www.originwellnesscolorado.com https://originwellness.teachable.com/p/conquering-cirs www.mastcellsunited.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adam-rinde/support
Stroke survivors with physical deficits have to fight to get the muscles moving again. They also have to fight to stop some muscles from moving. Tone and spasticity are why our elbows curl, our fists squeeze tight, and our toes can curl under our feet so we crush our own toes as we walk. Dr. Wayne Feng is an expert in tone and spasticity after stroke and he joins us this week to explain how we can address these challenges If you don't see the audio player below, visit Strokecast.com/MSN/ToneBasics to listen to the conversation. Click here for a machine-generated transcript Who is Dr. Wayne Feng? From Dr. Feng's Duke Profile: I am the division chief for Stroke and Vascular Neurology in the Department of Neurology at Duke Health. I see stroke patient in the emergency department, inpatient service as well as in the outpatient clinic. I also treated post-stroke limb spasticity, a disabling complication after stroke. In addition to the patient care, I also run a brain modulation and stroke recovery lab at the Duke University campus to study stroke patients in my lab to develop new stroke recovery therapy. On my days off, my boys and I are big on fishing. I enjoy drinking and collecting tea. As a stroke doctor, I do not drink coffee at all (there is a reason for it). If you come to see, I will tell you. Current Appointments and Affiliations: Professor of Neurology, Neurology, Stroke and Vascular Neurology 2019 Chief of Stroke & Vascular Neurology in the Department of Neurology, Neurology, Stroke and Vascular Neurology 2019 Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering 2022 [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGeOGI2bry4&w=560&h=315] Tone and Spasticity Overview Mos of our limbs move because of the interaction between two types of muscles -- extensors and flexors. The flexors contract to bend a limb. The extensors contract to extend the limb. For example, the biceps are flexors. They pull our forearm up or into an angle. When people want to show off their arm muscle, the flex their arm -- they activate their flexors. The triceps on the back of the upper arm are extensors. When they activate, they extend the arm -- they pull the arm straight. When flexors contract extensors relax. When extensors contract, flexors relax. That's how we control our limbs. After stroke, the flexors can activate on their own. And they can be, well, overenthusiastic, in those actions. That happens because the default behavior of the flexors is to be active and curl up. When we talk about curling up into the fetal position, that's most of our flexors activating. The reason we can go through life upright and with our limbs straight is that the cortex of the waking brain is constantly suppressing the normal contracting of the flexors. After stroke impacting the motor cortex of the brain, the corticospinal tract is disconnected. With that disconnect, the brain can no longer suppress the flexors so they do what they do -- they contract and curl and cause all sorts of problems. Peripheral vs Cortical Problems Categorizing issues as cortical or peripheral is a fancy way of saying brain or limb. A stroke is a cortical issue. The problem exists in the brain. That's where the disconnect happens. A peripheral issue is when something goes wrong in the limb. Shoulder subluxation, for example, is peripheral issue. Most PT and OT works with the limbs to treat the cortical issues. Tone and spasticity are caused by cortical issues. The long-term problems caused by tone and spasticity are peripheral issues. One of those peripheral issues is contracture. When tone and spasticity is severe and long term, the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and other soft tissue can actually shrink in the contracted position. When that happens, getting the extensors back online and suppressing the flexors no longer helps. The limb can become almost permanently bent. Repairing peripheral issues, like contracture, may require surgery to sever and extend tendons and other tissue. Preventing and Treating Tone and Spasticity The first line of defense is in the immediate short-term after stroke. Getting the limbs moving and keeping them moving to drive the neuroplastic change of recovery helps. Beyond that, and once tone and spasticity set in, regular stretching is critical. A survivor needs to keep stretching those limbs to prevent contracture. That's why in conference calls and interviews, I'm often stretching my fingers back and my wrist back to counteract the tone and spasticity in my left arm and hand. Medication can help, too. Baclofen is a popular choice. It's basically a muscle relaxer that helps counteract the excessive action in my flexors. Some people find it can cause drowsiness so it's not the best choice for everyone. I tend to take my Baclofen before going to bed. If it makes me drowsy then that's great. It also helps reduce the tone I might experience overnight. For folks with severe tone and spasticity, a surgically implanted Baclofen pump can help. The medicine directly target the key muscles which means the patient needs much less medicine for a much greater impact. Since it is a low dose, it is less likely to induce the fatigue, too. Other medications to treat tone and spasticity include: Tizanidine Flexeril Gabapentin Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin are also treatments that can help. These are neurotoxins that a doctor can inject every three to four months. By delivering the toxins to the flexors, it reduces their ability to flex. That gives the extensors a chance to recover and rebuild a normal relationship. Of course, this is a short-term solution. Combined with exercise, it can definitely help. I'm probably overdue for my next Dysport treatment. Contralateral C7 Nerve Transfer for Stroke Recovery: New Frontier for Peripheral Nerve Surgery A promising area for relieving tone and spasticity is C7 nerve transfer. Recent studies are showing promising results. Neurosurgeons split the a nerve from the unaffected side of the brain that runs through the spine and reconnect half of it to the equivalent nerve on the affected side. The do this in the neck. Results show a quick reduction in tone and spasticity even in patients 15+ years after stroke. After a year, patients are experiencing improved use of the limb, too. The number of people in the studies so far is pretty small (36) and more research is needed. It is a promising result, though, and builds on techniques that have been used to treat non-stroke injuries. It also highlights the tremendous ability of the brain to adapt since now the unaffected side starts to control the affected side of the body. You can read a review of the technique and studies at the Journal of Clinical Medicine. Vagus Nerve Stimulation In 2021, I spoke with Dr. Jesse Dawson, a Professor of Stroke Medicine and Consultant Physician in the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Scotland about his research in Vagus Nerve Stimulation. This research is now being commercialized and used to treat patients in the US. The therapy involves surgically implanting a stimulator in a patient's chest that connects to the Vagus nerve. During PT or other exercises, the device sends an electric signal to the Vagus nerve. Stimulating the nerve while doing therapy has shown positive results in terms of limb use. It's interesting because it's not treating the Vagus nerve itself, but stimulating this nerve appears to make the other nerves in the brain more receptive to the therapeutic exercises. You can learn more about this research here: http://Strokecast.com/VNS. Survey What do you think of the Strokecast? Let me know what you like and what you would like to be different by completing the survey at http://Strokecast.com/Survey. I would really appreciate it. If you complete the survey by March 31, 2023, you could win a $25 Amazon gift card, too. Hack of the Week Hand grip exercisers are nice tools to encourage stretching and exercise throughout the day. These things are like a pair of pliers without the tool end. They are spring loaded. You squeeze them to exercise and they try to force your hand open. You can get them in a variety of strength levels. Start with light weight ones and move on to tougher ones as your strength improves. What I like about them is that closing a fist comes back before opening one. Closing your fist takes work. Opening your fist is often harder, but these gadgets force the hand open. So you get to practice the squeeze and you get a stretch into fingers, too, to address tone and spasticity. It's also one more way to reduce the odds of developing a contracture. Here are a couple options: https://strokecast.com/Hack/HandExerciserTraditional (Traditional design)* https://strokecast.com/Hack/HandExerciserAdjustable (Adjustable resistance)* Links Where do we go from here? Check out Dr. Feng's work at Duke University Share this episode with someone you know by giving them the link http://Strokecast.com/ToneBasics Complete the Strokecast survey at http://Strokecast.com/Survey Don't get best…get better More thoughts on Tone and Spasticity
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How do the microbes in our gut impact autoimmunity, hormones, cardiovascular health, and inflammation? What can be done to bring our gut back into balance for long term health? Today's guest is one of our integrative and functional nutritionists, Araceli Benavides. Araceli is an Institute for Functional Medicine certified practitioner who works with her patients to get to the root cause of conditions including autoimmunity, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, dysbiosis and more. We hope you enjoy this conversation about how our gut microbiome is connected to chronic diseases and how Araceli works with her patients to identify root causes of autoimmunity, hormone imbalance, and inflammatory diseases. Timestamps: 0:00 - Introductions 2:58 - What is the microbiome and why is it important? 3:41 - How does microbiome impact disease? 5:13 - Symptoms that can be connected to the microbiome 6:15 - What is leaky gut? 8:20 - What is functional gut testing? 10:11 - Evaluation of gut health without testing 11:11 - How common is leaky gut? 12:49 - Connections to cardiovascular disease 14:17 - Connections to cancer 15:28 - Connections to Autoimmunity 17:15 - Connections to mood disorders 20:11 - Pathogenic bacteria and disease 21:19 - Diet and supplements for gut health 24:30 - Vagus nerve and gut health 26:54 - Top foods for gut health 29:08 - Food bacteria and why they are helpful for gut health 32:55 - Retesting for gut health 37:51 - One thing under $20 that has helped Araceli's health
Frequency Specific Microcurrent Podcast
Hosts:Carolyn McMakin, MA, DCKim Pittis, LCSP, (PHYS), MT Editing and transcription errors:Kevin 0:03 Okay to not be okay 8:23 What do you do when it doesn't work 13:17 Tarlov cyst, phantom limb pain 14:37 Rating pain 18:09 Expectations - doctor-patient relationships 26:46 All the tricks in every bag 32:13 Athletes sometimes hurt themselves on purpose 34:24 Listen - becoming an ally 38:14 What interferes with frequencies - the stable state 40:28 Asking good history questions and being realistic 43:49 Concussion and Vagus 45:42 It's not about the frequencies, it's about the big picture 50:39 FSM and lung fibrosis 54:01 Kims quote
The Cervix (yes I'm capitalizing here) is an absolute wonder. A magical portal into the sublime. An invitation to swim in the infinite sea of love.Yeah, we're going there Goddess. This precious jewel that was revered and worshiped in ancient cultures is for the most part buried treasure for most modern women. For many valid reasons. All of them can be summed up in one phrase: thousands of years of patriarchy. I know, I know I sound like a broken record, but that's the truth.A quick Google search will give you an idea of how the modern world views the Cervix. Basically medicalized. We see a lot on the Cervix in relation to conventional childbirth and disease.You won't see much on the Cervix as sacred gateway into transcendental, across the universe, self-actualizing kinds of orgasm. Tantric orgasm. The kind of orgasm that once you taste it, you'll never be the same. Partner optional.When we awaken the Cervix, we come home to ourselves in the most profound way. We remember that we are divine. That we are the love that we've been searching and yearning for.Reclaiming the Cervix is a journey of de-armoring and embodied self love. It's a holistic journey that embraces all of who we are as women. Join me as I wax poetic on Cervical Orgasm, Yoni Consciousness and how you can experience this magic yourself. It's your birthright after all.I truly believe that this is the Holy Grail we've been searching for.Here I riff on:My own Cervical de-armoring journeyCervical Orgasm and the New EarthTrauma and the CervixThe Cervix/Heart connectionCreating safetyThe groundwork; mindset & embodimentHow the Cervix teaches us unconditional love, compassion & patienceSafety & surrenderThe pop culture take on orgasm; the Netflix versionWhy Tantric orgasm doesn't make good TVCervical orgasm and self actualizationUnplugging orgasm and tapping into the deeper realmsThe mystical Vagus nerve, our core channel and how orgasm can fuel usHow orgasm can strengthen our energetic bodyHow the state of our Cervix affects the whole of our beingWhy this journey is a holistic journeyComing into our flow state/ becoming parasympathetic dominantThe power of now in orgasm2 simple embodiment practices to start your journeyThe sweet spot of surrendered turn onSome mindset tipsBook Your Free Session With MeLearn More About The Vital Goddess MastermindJoin My Free Breathwork Membership
Today, Sachin discusses the vagus nerve with Dr. Navaz Habib. Dr. Habib has written the book, Activate Your Vagus Nerve. He continues to learn about the vagus nerve and its role in supporting the parasympathetic nervous system that leads to healing inflammation and associated ills. Sachin and Navaz cover the differences between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems and how to optimize the parasympathetic nervous system by stimulating the vagus nerve. Listen in to learn of some great tools for activating the vagus nerve in your patients or yourself. Key Takeaways: [1:03] Sachin welcomes listeners to Perfect Practice. Today, Sachin is speaking with Dr. Navaz Habib. Sachin introduces Navaz and thanks him for joining the podcast. [2:08] Navaz credits Sachin for bringing him into the realm of functional medicine. [2:44] In 2019, Navas released his book, Activate Your Vagus Nerve. He received a lot of supportive feedback. Since that time, Navaz has learned that he knows very little about the vagus nerve. The more you think you know, the more you realize you don't. Navaz has been learning more every day. [3:33] Navaz has learned that the vagus nerve … controls things in the same way that other nerves do. But it is … bridging the gap … in … understanding how the body functions … and how the brain has a way to control and support how the immune system and inflammation function within the body. [5:01] Our lifestyles have changed over the last 50 years. We've gone from being outdoors taking care of our land to sitting indoors, eating processed food. Our bodies haven't had the ability to adapt to these changes of being indoors, less active, and constantly comfortable. That has created an opportunity for our bodies to be primed for an inflammatory response. [6:45] The autonomic nervous system sends signals from the brain to the body and from the body to the brain. The brain sends signals to areas of the body that need attention and shifts our state in either a sympathetic or parasympathetic direction. The sympathetic side of the nervous system is “fight or flight.” The parasympathetic side is the “rest and digest (& recovery)” system. [8:44] The parasympathetic nervous system, mediated by the vagus nerve, is in control when we are not under direct threat. The vagus nerve is the only nerve that goes to essentially every organ within the thorax and abdomen. It dictates where the blood will flow and what state our body is in. That drives inflammation. [9:59] Eighty-one percent of the information on the vagus nerve is afferent (sensory) information from the body to the brain. The sensory information is not the same as the traditional five senses. [11:01] Sachin compares stimulating the vagus nerve to pushing a button that heals every cell, organ, tissue, and system in your body simultaneously. It's too good to believe because it's simple. [11:42] Navaz explains why we need to shift our state to parasympathetic. We are in a state of sympathetic overdrive all the time, stimulated by our screens for hours on end. We need our gaze to be wider, as it would be out in nature if we were farming or walking. One way to shift your state is to go outside and shift your gaze. Get off your computer. [12:42] Your breath also influences your state. Are you breathing effectively or ineffectively? Put one hand on your belly and one on your chest. Take a deep breath. Which hand moves first? They should both move, but the hand on your belly should move first. That's a sign that you're breathing using your diaphragm and you are likely not in a state of stress. [13:34] If you're stressed out and you're in an emotional situation, somebody will say, ‘Take a deep breath,' and that will help you get into a calmer zone where you start to think a little bit more clearly and that's shifting you to parasympathetic. Rest, digest, recover and think more clearly during that state. Breath is the key to all of this. [15:45] Research shows that you shouldn't be either sitting or standing too long. Postural dysfunction will occur whether you are sitting for six hours or standing for six hours. Postural dysfunction creates local inflammation. The vagus nerve alerts the brain of that inflammation. Navaz gives his hypothesis that it's best to shift between sitting and standing. [17:27] Navaz offers ideas for stimulating the vagus nerve. Make breathing a little more challenging and teach yourself to breathe through your diaphragm even when you're under stress. Gargling, humming, deep breathing exercises, anything that helps activate the vocal cords. [17:54] Nineteen percent of the information flowing through the vagus nerve consists of motor signals flowing from the brain stem to muscles, such as the pharyngeal and laryngeal muscles that maintain a patent open airway in the back of the throat and tensioning and lengthening the vocal cords to create pitch and tone. [19:03] Navaz explains why you might shed tears when you gargle, and how that demonstrates a parasympathetic state! He tells of the benefits of gargling. It creates hormetic stress and resilience. [21:03] Laughing helps the function of the vagus nerve like gargling and it has a social aspect, as well. Social connection supports health. [22:13] Texting and email have interfered with meeting people. Being in the room with people builds connection. [24:04] Some people with health challenges need an extra push to stimulate their vagus nerve. Navaz uses tools such as the gammaCore Sapphire from ElectroCore to stimulate the vagus nerve electrically and significantly improve the pain from migraine and cluster headaches. Vagus nerve stimulation is often the missing piece to get inflammation down and under control. [29:57] Navaz says the vagus nerve stimulation via the gammaCore SapphireTM is entirely pain-free. It's very high-frequency and very low-voltage. It doesn't create muscle contraction. However, if you have an implanted metal device such as a pacemaker or cervical spine implant, above the shoulders, this device is not recommended. [31:49] The gammaCore SapphireTM has not been studied on children in research. The inventor of the device used it on his eight-year-old daughter for eczema with good results but it has not been studied. [33:12] Navaz had an elite skater patient. She had had many falls, some resulting in concussions. She had suffered from eating disorders when young and came to Dr. Navaz with digestive issues, mild depression, and Hashimoto's. Dr. Navaz tried the functional medicine approach and there were some small changes. The patient suffered another concussion. [34:11] Dr. Navaz had her use the gammaCore SapphireTM during recovery. She noticed that this was the quickest she had ever rebounded from a head injury. She started noticing improvements in her digestion. Her pain was better. Her mood and her sleep shifted. She also came out of her depression. She credits all these changes to the healing of her inflammation. [37:54] Dr. Navaz shares links for more information. [38:39] Sachin thanks his friend Dr. Navaz Habib for joining the podcast today. Sachin recommends the book Activate Your Vagus Nerve and Navaz shares the link for it. Mentioned in this episode Perfect Practice Live gammaCore SapphireTM VagusNerveBook.com Activate Your Vagus Nerve: Unleash Your Body's Natural Ability to Heal, by Dr. Navaz Habib Oura Ring HRV Dr. Navaz Habib Dr. Navaz Habib is the founder of Health Upgraded, an online Functional Medicine and Health Optimization clinic, working with high-performing professionals, athletes, and entrepreneurs to dig deeper and find the answers to what is holding back their health. He works with those who want to upgrade their health, allowing them to have a greater impact and serve more people. To learn more about the device go to: Gammacore.com Connect with Dr. Navaz Habib: Website: Jaredyellin.com Get Dr. Habib's book: Vagusnervebook.com Connect with Dr. Habib: Website: Healthupgraded.com Facebook: Facebook.com/DrNavazHabib Instagram: Instagram.com/DrNavazHabib More about your host Sachin Patel How to speak with Sachin Go one step further and Become The Living Proof Perfect Practice Live email@example.com To set up a practice clarity call and opportunity audit Books by Sachin Patel: Perfect Practice: How to Build a Successful Functional Medical Business, Attract Your Ideal Patients, Serve Your Community, and Get Paid What You're Worth The Motivation Molecule: The Biological Secrets To Eliminate Procrastination, Skyrocket Productivity, and Get Sh!t Done
In this podcast Dr. Rodney and Karen address some novel ways to change the pain pattern associated with joint pain and other age-related symptoms. You will love the hope and encouragement you receive as you take your stance for health and vitality.The Vagus nerve is part of the parasympathetic system. When it is working well, it lessens with acute nociceptive pain (caused by injury, physical pressure or inflammation) and results in the following:Increased heart rateElevated blood pressureHigher respiratory rateSlower digestionInflammation can begin to appear throughout the body when the control of acetylcholine and cortisol are dysregulated by this nerve.When you have an altered microbiome the Vagus nerve sends a signal to the gut to regulate production & absorption of nutrients. You need great diversity gut microbiota.Osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, chronic low back pain, Crohn's disease, hypertension and diabetes all share in having a “disrupted autonomic nervous system.” The following three things will improve the autonomic nervous system and improve your vagal tone which helps change the pain patterns:1. Vagal nerve stimulationSingingHummingGarglingLaughterPressing down on tongue with depressorChewing food thoroughlyPositive self-talkStretchesPrayer/meditationLight abdominal massage/percussorVibration plateChiropractic adjustments for the cervical area2. Mindfulness activitiesAssist in managing chronic painLower pain perceptionReduce stressMinimize cortisol secretion which rebalances autonomics3. ExerciseExercise and movement have an analgesic effect on chronic pain and help in the autonomic functions because they:Modify inflammationImprove neuro-immune response to stressReduce stress, anxiety and fear avoidanceFollow us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/stanceforhealthFollow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/stancechiropracticOur website is: https://www.stancechiropractic.com/podcastPlease rate us and write a review!
In this episode, we'll explore the ancient Ayurvedic practices of oil pulling and the Pechoti application method to learn how these approaches can assist in our detoxification, healing and ongoing wellness as people living with MS. We'll discuss how our oral health impacts our gut permeability, as well as Vagus nerve health functionality. We'll address the compelling reasons why these methods work, how to do them, as well as share the positive impacts they have on our bodies. Listen in to discover more about these powerful healing tools! patreon.com/MSflock
Deje sa to hlavne takto pred zimou, že ľudia na ulici kradnú naschvál, aby sa na zimu dostali do väzenia pretože je to pre nich pravdepodobne najdostupnejšie miesto, kde majú zabezpečené teplo, stravu a zdravotnú starostlivosť, hovorí o ľuďoch bez domova šéfka organizácie Vagus Alexandra Kárová. Znie to ako z Čapkových prvorepublikových románov, no deje sa to aj dnes a deje sa to tu, u nás. Nejeden človek bez domova sa na zimu radšej pred chladom života na ulici dobrovoľne “ukryje” do tepla väzenia. Áno, i to je Slovensko 21. storočia. Slovensko, ktoré doteraz nemá prijatú žiadnu celonárodnú koncepciu prevencie bezdomovectva a práce s ľudmi na ulici. Na ulici a bez domova sa však môžete ocitnúť veľmi ľahko, niekedy aj napriek tomu, že celý život poctivo pracujete. Na ulici a bez domova nájdete bývalých chovancov detských domovov, ale aj penzistov no a niekedy k pobytu na ulici stačí, že máte nejakú vážnejšiu zdravotnú diagnózu či hendikep. Medzi takzvanými “bezdomovcami” je totiž vysoké percento tých, ktorí majú nejaký vážny zdravotný problém alebo trpia nejakou duševnou chorobou. No a ak máte popritom aj dlh na zdravotnom poistení, máte smolu a štát sa o vás a vaše zdravotné problémy začne zaujímať až vtedy, keď skolabujete alebo je váš život v skutočnom ohrození. “Je to nekonečný bludný kruh”, opisuje túto nelogickú a beznádejnú pascu v poskytovaní ústavného práva na zdravotnú starostlivosť šéfka organizácie Vagus, ktorá sa o ľudí bez domova stará, Alexandra Kárová. Ako ovplyvnil súbeh krízy inflačnej, postpandemickej a energetickej, situáciu ľudí bez domova a ako sa odráža na činnosti organizácií, ktoré sa týmto ľuďom venujú? Aká je šanca dostať sa z ulice k sociálne dostupnému bývaniu a aká je šanca, že bez takéhoto bývania získate trvalejšiu prácu? A prečo štát nezaujíma zdravotný stav ľudí bez domova a akú to má ľudskú i ekonomickú logiku? Témy a otázky pre šéfku organizácia Vagus Alexandru Károvú. Počúvate Ráno Nahlas, pekný deň a pokoj v duši želá Braňo Dobšinský.
Dobré ráno | Denný podcast denníka SME
Bratislavský stalker sledoval známe osobnosti. A hoci polícia našla jediné riešenie - vziať ho do väzby, otvára to opäť tému psychických chorôb ľudí bez domova, ktorí sú v začarovanom kruhu a nemajú nárok na adekvátnu zdravotnú starostlivosť. Čo to hovorí o našej spoločnosti, že na ulici sú ľudia a ťažkými diagnózami ako schizofrénia, mentálne postihnutie, depresie, či úzkosti bez pomoci? Zuzana Kovačič Hanzelová sa rozprávala s Alexandrou Károvou, riaditeľkou organizácie Vagus. Zdroje zvukov: TA3, TV JOJ Odporúčanie: Noc vonku bude už 1.12 v novej cvernovke. Budeme tam aj my z denníka SME, v diskusii o bezdomovectve. Budeme radi, ak si prídete vyskúšať jednu noc vonku. Zistíte, že to vôbec nie je také jednoduché ako sa zdá. Tešíme sa na vás 1.12 v novej cvernovke, na diskusii, alebo na prespávačke. _ Podporte podcasty denníka SME kúpou prémiového predplatného a užívajte si podcasty bez reklamy na webe SME.sk alebo v mobilnej aplikácii SME.sk. Prémiové predplatné si kúpite na predplatne.sme.sk/podcast – Ak máte pre nás spätnú väzbu, odkaz alebo nápad, napíšte nám na firstname.lastname@example.org – Všetky podcasty denníka SME nájdete na sme.sk/podcasty – Odoberajte aj denný newsletter SME.sk s najdôležitejšími správami na sme.sk/brifing – Ďakujeme, že počúvate podcast Dobré ráno.
The vagus nerve plays an important role on how our kids sleep. It is helps dictate our children's emotional regulation and overall life quality. Keeping it properly stimulated allows our children to breathe properly and get that restful sleep. In this episode, let's talk about: Understanding the function of the Vagus nerve Factors that negatively affect the Vagus nerve How to stimulate the Vagus nerve The correlation between tongue posture and the Vagus nerve Habits (including stress) in children to look out for Vagus nerve exercises for kids How diet affects the Vagus nerve Cold water exposure therapy How “Happy Hormones” strengthen the Vagus nerve Resources mentioned: The Importance of Regulating Cortisol Levels: https://bit.ly/3X2zgAy Is Anxiety Keeping Your Child Up?: http://bit.ly/3UZ6izW The Importance of Myofunctional Therapy with Brittny Sciarra: http://bit.ly/3AgNlAy Why Can't My Kid Fall Asleep? http://bit.ly/3hLpl2o About Meghna Dassani Dr. Meghna Dassani is passionate about promoting healthy sleep through dental practices. In following the ADA's 2017 guideline on sleep apnea screening and treatment, she has helped many children and adults improve their sleep, their breathing, and their lives. Her books and seminars help parents and practitioners understand the essential roles of the tongue, palate, and jaw in promoting healthy sleep. Connect with Dr. Meghna Dassani Website: https://www.meghnadassani.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/healthysleeprevolution Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/healthysleeprevolution/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9Lh_n7xmbhQVPGQrSjBIrw Get a copy of Airway is Life: https://www.airwayislife.com
Trauma Survivors Unite: Christian Emotional Recovery
Applying Polyvagal Theory to Heal Trauma and Vagus Nerve Stimulation for Trauma RecoveryThis episode repurposes two related Youtube videos that contain visuals. If you would like to view these, feel free to watch the two videos with visuals instead, linked here ("Applying Polyvagal Theory to Heal Trauma" AND "Vagus Nerve Stimulation for Trauma Recovery"), OR you can consult the visuals linked below at these time intervals in the episode as you listen to the podcast. 18:30 Visual of Polyvagal Theory--Three States29:18 Organizing Principals of Polyvagal Theory55:09 Role of the Vagus Nerve and Benefits of Vagus Nerve and Mind-Body Practices59:30 Ten Vagus Nerve Stimulation ExercisesResources for Each Talk Are Linked Here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/14cQmcfOJpgiW_gic7_3y8FvaE23RVqN9EKebPlAd20I/edit?usp=sharingVideo Description for "Applying Polyvagal Theory to Heal Trauma":Polyvagal Theory helps you understand how your nervous system works, how trauma gets stuck in your body, why you can't just "think" you way out of trauma, and how you can find ways to heal trauma by targeting it in the body. Understanding this system will help you know why trauma gets stuck in the body, and you can become aware of these states and start practicing specific techniques to stay in a regulated state. This video includes visuals based on established research to clarify how polyvagal theory works, and how you can apply its concepts to your own life. This will help you release trauma from your body, recondition your body, brain, mind, and nervous system into a relaxed state, and help you understand what is going on inside of you.Video Description for " Vagus Nerve Stimulation for Trauma Recovery":Vagus Nerve Stimulation is one way to help regulate your nervous system and heal trauma in the body. The Vagus Nerve, based on Polyvagal Theory regulates several systems in the body including our response to certain stimuli. If we get stuck in fight or fight or disassociation for extended periods of time because chronic abuse, trauma, and adverse experiences, it can cause damage to our vagus nerve. Vagus nerve stimulation exercises and practices can help you begin to tone and heal the vagus nerve so it functions properly. Healing the vagus nerve can help your body function better, help your body deal with stress better, and help you release trauma that has been stuck in the body. Before watching this video, I strongly recommend watching the video "Applying Polyvagal Theory to Heal Trauma" on this channel as a foundation of knowledge to understand this video better.
Constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, depression, fibromyalgia, chronic pelvic pain; is it possible there is a link between these conditions? The 10th cranial nerve or Vagus nerve is crucial for the "rest and digest" functions of the body by acting as a bridge between the brain and internal organs. Through exploration of the Polyvagal Theory, Callie and Rachel provide insight into why chronic stress and anxiety can impact the functions of this "wanderer nerve" and how restoration of vagal tone may be key in addressing the afore mentioned conditions.
Describe the orienting response Explore the relationship between the orienting response, the vagus nerve and the HP-Axes CHAPTERS 8:36 Orienting Reflex and Trauma 13:56: The Vagus Nerve and the Orienting Reflex 17:32 Vagus Nerve and Trauma 29:32 Steps to start strengthening your Vagus nerve ability to trigger the relaxation response Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, I have the pleasure of chatting with Dr. Kristina Hanson, DPT. Kristina is a physical therapist and the owner of Uplift Pelvic Health and Wellness. She specializes in helping you regain confidence in your body to return to the activities you love with less symptoms, pain, and greater strength, and the support you need to fully heal. Her focus is on pelvic and abdominal health. Issues inclue leaking, urgency, pain in the pelvis with intimacy, sitting and exercise, pain in neck/back/hips/SI joints, and more. Who she treats: Postpartum moms, yoga/pilates enthusiasts, peri/menopausal, weekend warrior, normal humans-we all have a pelvis (0:34) Pelvic floor explained (01:35) Why the pelvic floor tends to go unaddressed and the importance of seeking help from a pelvic floor therapist. (05:00) How stress impacts the pelvic floor (07:52) Nervous system regulation tools for the pelvic floor. (10:35) Recognizing breathing patterns that serve you and those that do not. (12:48) Exercises to restore and calm the nervous system (14:10) Pelvic floor and back pain (15:29) Postnatal changes (19:55) Leaking, urgency, incontinence, and the pelvic floor (22:05) Aging, hormonal changes, and pelvic health (25:38) Tearing/scarring after pregnancy and abdominal work (27:53) Vagus nerve and the abdomen (29:04) The nervous system and its wide variety of impacts (30:01) Dysautonomia causes and research (36:51) Pregnancy, after-care, and mom-guilt (45:55) Kristina's daily habits for nervous system regulation (36:51) Pregnancy, after-care, and mom-guilt (50:01) Where to start if you suspect a pelvic floor issue --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rewiringhealth/support
#21: Your Secret Weapon To Fight Chronic Stress: What Happens in Vagus... Have you heard of your vagus nerve? It is the longest nerve in your body that runs from your brain to your gut and is responsible for effective gut-brain communication. Did you know that the underappreciated vagus nerve can impact everything from your sleep, breathing, regularity, gut health, food sensitivities, and even your stress response? Today we're going to share quick and easy ways to take the best care of your vagus nerve. Make sure you join us for this one! It's a game changer.
In today's episode of The Women's Vibrancy Code, Maraya discusses how we can promote breast health and fight cancer through many different natural avenues. Of course, we can talk about breast cancer but we really have to consider it in the realm of estrogen. As such, we can also loop in ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, and even colon cancer. The big thing that we have to watch out for though, is estrogen dominance and how your body is detoxifying the excess estrogen. By regulating estrogen levels, we can take our first big steps toward preventative measures against cancer. Also in this episode: [5:00] Detoxifying our bodies by changing our diets, including more plant-based estrogens in our days, and stopping all use of endocrine disruptors [8:03] Reducing stress stops inflammation, and helps cortisol go down - which allows our hormones to produce in a healthy way [8:59] Keeping our gut microbiome healthy and active with prebiotics and probiotics [12:15] Why our genetics “load the gun” and our lifestyle “pulls the trigger” [18:40] Exercising and being physically based on our moon cycle to honor our rhythms [22:20] Doing monthly breast exams in the shower, and what to watch out for depending on your own breast texture. [25:50] How breast massage helps lymphatic fluid flow and detoxify the breast [27:00] Vagus nerve stimulation Key Takeaway: We have to recognize that all of our systems are highly interconnected, and we need to keep our mind, body, and spirit, as healthy as possible. Subscribe To The Podcast Apple Podcast | YouTube | Spotify Connect With The Show: Facebook Page | Linkedin | Website | Tiktok | Facebook Group About Maraya Brown Maraya is a Yale and Functional Medicine Trained CNM, MSN with her undergraduate degree in marketing. She helps women feel turned on by their life, their lover and themselves. Her work online brings her 21 years of experience supporting women together in one place to co-create deep transformation, energy and passion. Maraya is the founder of this Podcast and does a great deal of work with women to expand their energy, hormones, libido, confidence and much much more. DISCLAIMER: The podcasts available on this website have been produced for informational, educational and entertainment purposes only. Listeners should take care to avoid program content which may not be suited to them. The contents of this podcast do not constitute medical or professional advice, No person listening to and/or viewing any podcast from this website should act or refrain from acting on the basis of the content of a podcast without first seeking appropriate professional advice and/or counseling, nor shall the information be used as a substitute for professional advice and/or counseling. The Women's Vibrancy Code Podcast expressly disclaims any and all liability relating to any actions taken or not taken based on any or all contents of this site.
In today's podcast we talk about the gut-brain axis. Stress and cortisol levels in our bodies disrupt our gut health and then our gut health disrupts our cortisol levels and our nervous system. This creates a vicious cycle that leads to various health issues including anxiety, depression, insomnia and many more. By solving the gut-brain axis and healing it we can heal from these chronic issues. So, what is this gut-brain axis? The mind-gut connection is related to the Vagus nerve. The Vagus nerve is the longest nerve in our bodies and it is heavily involved in the parasympathetic side of our systems, it decreases stress, helps with calmness, relaxation, lowers heart rate, etc. If we don't get enough of this parasympathetic system happening then our health gets depleted. If we're constantly in stress and we're constantly in sympathetic nervous system response then we're not going to get enough rest and digest correctly. When we're under chronic constant stress not only are we always in sympathetic mode but we also have constant signaling to our adrenal glands which are responsible for making cortisol. We can have high or low cortisol levels as we can have high or low adrenaline levels. You can find yours by doing a saliva and urine test with me by ordering it in my online store here: https://doctordoni.com/product/assess-your-stress-type/ or also by doing my Stress Type Quiz here: https://doctordoni.com/quiz - This quiz will not only let you know which can of stress is affecting you but also how you can start your journey to mastering it. By knowing your cortisol and adrenaline levels you're going to know whether the signaling to your Vagus nerve and your digestion is in a stressed state. If your digestion is in a stressed state you will not digest correctly. Nutrients are not going to be absorbed. You could be eating a lot of healthy foods and veggies but you will just be overfeeding your gut bacteria. Imbalanced cortisol and adrenaline also causes something called leaky gut which is when the intestinal cells are not recovering the way they should causing a permeable intestinal lining which means that undigested food is able to leak through the intestinal cells triggering our immune system. To know if you have leaky gut you can do an IGA and IGG antibodies finger poke test with me which is available through my online store here: https://doctordoni.com/product/igg-iga-food-sensitivity-home-testing/ - With this test, which involves analyzing your system's response to 100 different kinds of foods, you will be able to know what foods to avoid to heal your gut and gut bacteria. Not only that, leaky gut triggers inflammation everywhere in your body, your joints, your skin, your brain (this is why it is the gut-brain axis), etc. Many illnesses are associated with a deficient gut bacteria and autoimmune systems like COVID, EBV, HPV, allergies, asthma, eczema even anxiety and depression and dementia. And our gut health is completely associated with how well we're recovering from stress. Throughout my career I have helped thousands of patients to improve their lives by addressing the gut-brain axis problems they may have, healing their leaky guts and overcoming and mastering their stress. I can work with you either one-on-one or in one of my group online programs to help you solve this because you shouldn't have to do this on your own. I really see that chronic health issues can be solved just by knowing cortisol and adrenaline levels and the degree of leaky gut in one person. I only work with specific non-habit-forming supplements, nutrients and herbs that help you get back on track. - To start healing our nervous system and our gut-brain axis we must go slow. One of the main things I do in my programs is teaching you to come into alignment with the rhythm of your body and the rhythm of healing that works for you and your specific life. In my book Master Your Stress Reset Your Health, (https://doctordoni.com/master-your-stress/) I talk about knowing your stress type so that you can implement self-care and stress recovery based on your specific stress type, which means learning and having awareness for your body and learning the rhythm of your Vagus nerve. I want to make sure that you're feeding yourself and your nervous system in a way that it can know that it's safe to process the food correctly so that it doesn't have to trigger an immune response or an inflammatory response to protect you from your own food. Please I would love to hear from you if this is something you'd like to learn more about from me, please e-mail me or contact my office and let me know. 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Itsy bitsy bumps to the head are fairly common. But sometimes more severe cases lead to concussions or traumatic brain injury. On today's episode of Integrative Wellness Radio, we'll be talking about how some of these concussions and head injuries might be connected to a mental health decline. Dr. Nicole will be walking us through the aftermath of suffering from these conditions and will shed light on how the body reacts to these types of conditions. Listen to the full episode as you will be able to walk away with information that will help you better manage these concussions and brain injuries. Interested in working with IWG? Book a complimentary consult call to learn more using this link: https://bit.ly/IWRcall2022 Noteworthy Time Stamps: 03:51 Symptoms of a concussion 06:37 Breakdown of the cascade effect 14:36 Location of the injury is important 27:07 You need to stop dismissing your brain fog 33:30 Talking about the Vagus nerve
In this episode, CeCe, Jeff and I challenge the hot topic of cold exposure and/or cold therapy. Let's be honest, everyone is doing it - it's a hot topic but nobody really knows how often to do it, the exact temperature you should be implementing it with and all the other variables that go undiscussed. Filling a bathtub with ice and jumping in for a couple minutes isn't the only way cold therapy is showing up - we also discuss cryotherapy & nitrogen chambers. This conversation covers the common benefits cold therapy promises like: inflammation, recovery, fat loss, vasoconstriction,lymphatic drainage, pain receptors & more! We love cold therapy but wanted to contribute to the greater conversation on using the cold to heal and improve your life.Some of the questions we answer are:Does applying ice actually help both superficial and deep injuries?Is contrast exposure (hot & cold) better or worse than solely cold exposure?Does cold exposure reduce protein synthesis?In almost every case, after doing a strenuous workout & implementing cold exposure people feel better, report decreased soreness, sleep better and even reduced depression. CeCe breaks down the Nervous system to explain the why behind these physiological benefits. You will learn about the Vagus nerve, hormones, breathwork & all things cold therapy!Sponsors by Red Dot Fitness Online Training Programs:Red Dot Fitness Training Programs: https://www.rdftrainonline.comOnline membership (Full Access To All Programs & Virtual Coaching):https://www.reddotfitness.net/online-membershipVirtual Coaching:https://www.reddotfitness.net/virtual-coachingSelf-Guided Programs:https://www.reddotfitness.net/Self-Guided-Programs1Connect With Us:Website - https://ironsightspodcast.com/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ironsightspodcast/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ironsMore Iron Sights Interviews:Triple Feed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMTc7AE0KaQ&t=384sKayley Gunner: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfGqHxCv7Vc&t=522sMike Salemi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jq-Nj6M0EBI&t=335sAdam Schafer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BiyrdWdO1y8&t=8sSal Di Stefano: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBdKdSjQ0BM&t=4425sJason Khalipa: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTiq-sID-EMByron Rodgers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XrtEyuVNNpwDonnie Oliver: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKY1_TLKHlIChris Cheng: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wr0zSGSTzKM&t=2sTraver Boehm: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_NLdIg3zBc&t=1394s
The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
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This week I talk to Dr Canestraro, she is currently a consulting practitioner for players on the Toronto Maple Leafs, Nashville Predators, Vancouver Canucks, New York Islanders, ACE Tennis, Toronto Tennis City, and individual Hollywood actors and actresses alike. Her passion lies in concussions, degenerative neurological diseases, and gastrointestinal issues.We're talking about how to heal our vagus nerve, using techniques to stress less, mitigating EMFs, WIFI, and it gets a little… contentious… we talk about why extremely healthy young men are dropping dead, what is causing this?Dr. Stephanie Canestraro graduated with Honors from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Prior to that, she received an Honors Bachelor of Science degree with a Major in Biochemistry from the University of Western Ontario. She has completed the Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Course at McMaster University, as well as Biomedical Dry Needling.Visit somavedic.com and use code ZADDY at checkout to save 10% on your purchase.You can find her:IGVagus clinicYoutubeFacebookTwitterlinkedinSubscribe or keep tuning in at:@thelukecookTik-tokthelukecook.comYoutubeNewsletter
Meredith for Real: the curious introvert
You've heard what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but when it comes to your Vagus nerve, it's everybody's business! Dr. Jamie Tyler is a Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Alabama at Birmingham & the Co-Founder of IST, a neurotech company that develops noninvasive human performance enhancement technology. He has developed biohacking earbuds as a solution for stress & possibly Crohn's, chronic headaches, depression, Parkinson's, PTSD, Alzheimer's, ADHD & even staying calm at the dentist. Here he explains the Vagus nerve, the new technology & how we can chill out even without the help of tech.If you liked this episode, you'll also like episode 61: REDUCING STRESS THROUGH BREATHING: HACKS FOR THE NON-HIPPYGuest: https://sites.google.com/view/tylerlab/ | https://isensetec.com/ | https://www.linkedin.com/in/wjtyler/Host: https://www.meredithforreal.com/ | https://www.instagram.com/meredithforreal/ | firstname.lastname@example.org | https://www.youtube.com/meredithforreal | https://www.facebook.com/meredithforrealthecuriousintrovertSponsors: https://uwf.edu/university-advancement/departments/historic-trust/ | https://www.ensec.net/
For centuries yoga practice has taken into account the impact of the Vagas nerve in our wellbeing. While modern science is catching up. In today's episode, Arundhati interviews Mel Singh about all things Vagas nerve & Yoga. The Vagus nerve is gaining a lot of momentum in the yoga community. But we dig deep into how this nerve has already been accounted for in many yogic practices for centuries. From this conversation, you'll gain clarity on the basics of the Vagas nerve, its location, significance, function, etc…aka the fundamentals that you should know. But we dig deeper into the gunas from Ayurveda. Explore the link to the Vagas nerve & impact. You'll understand how to catch an imbalance in the functioning of this nerve. As well as how does this nerve ages. But most importantly, Mel shares the various tools available in yoga to help condition the Vagas nerve for optimal functioning. From asanas (postures) to pranayama and meditation. Mel is a trained kinesiologist and exercise physiologist with a specialization in neurophysiology. She is also a trained mindfulness meditation teacher and Yoga & Ayurveda Wellness Counsellor. Full bio in show notes.Please support free yoga education resources like this by leaving a review and rating on apple podcasts. Thank you. You can find all the resources mentioned in this episode in the show notes at https://letstalk.yoga/Connect with us on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/arundhati_baitmangalkar/Join our mailing list: https://www.aham.yoga/instagram-2021 for all episodes
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Passion Struck with John R. Miles
Dr. Sara Mednick joins me to discuss why bringing yourself to the downstate allows you to restore, recharge and reinvigorate your brain and body. Professor Sara C. Mednick is a cognitive neuroscientist at the University of California, Irvine, and the author of The Hidden Power of the Downstate which was released in April and Take a Nap! Change Your Life. She is passionate about understanding how the brain works through her research into sleep and the autonomic nervous system. * Purchase The Hidden Power of the Downstate: https://amzn.to/3AIzUKT (Amazon link) * Purchase Take a Nap! Change Your Life: https://amzn.to/3OSFzSS (Amazon link) --► Get the full show notes: https://passionstruck.com/sara-mednick-recharge-your-brain-body/ --► Subscribe to My Channel Here: https://www.youtube.com/c/JohnRMiles --► Subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/passion-struck-with-john-r-miles/id1553279283 *Our Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/passionstruck. I discuss the Power of the Downstate with Sara Mednick in this episode of the Passion Struck Podcast Sara Mednick joins the Passion Struck podcast to discuss why most people find themselves immersed in "upstate" moments that magnify our stress engines, but it doesn't have to be that way. Dr. Mednick shows us how we can assess the most repairing and restorative aspects of sleep through moments and activities that occur in our day-to-day by diving into the Downstate. Dr. Mednick's seven-bedroom sleep lab works literally around the clock to discover methods for boosting cognition by napping, stimulating the brain with electricity, sound and light, and pharmacology. 0:00 Announcements 3:11 Introducing Dr. Sara Mednick 5:02 Becoming a sleep expert 10:13 The need to look at sleep holistically 13:27 What is the downstate? 17:24 How stress impacts sleep 22:20 Discrimination impacts the balance between the rev and the restore systems 25:48 Why does modern culture deny rest? 28:34 Regulating your upstate and downstate 36:29 How to become a downstate Maven 39:46 Importance of the Vagus nerve 45:54 How sleep disorders correlate with neurodegenerative diseases 49:47 Importance of sleep habits 54:28 Wrap up and synthesis Where you can find Dr. Sara Mednick: * Website: https://www.saramednick.com/ * Twitter: https://twitter.com/Sara_Mednick * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sara_mednick_downstate/ * LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/saramednick/ Links from the show * My interview with Katy Milkman Ph.D. on how to create lasting behavior change: https://passionstruck.com/katy-milkman-behavior-change-for-good/ * My interview with David Yaden Ph.D. on self-transcendence, psychedelics, and behavior change: https://passionstruck.com/david-yaden-on-self-transcendence-experiences/ * My interview with Michael Slepian Ph.D.: https://passionstruck.com/michael-slepian-the-secret-life-of-secrets/ * My interview with Admiral Sandy Stosz on how to lead in unchartered waters: https://passionstruck.com/admiral-sandy-stosz-leader-with-moral-courage/ * My solo episode on why micro choices matter: https://passionstruck.com/why-your-micro-choices-determine-your-life/ * My solo episode on why you must feel to heal: https://passionstruck.com/why-you-must-feel-to-find-emotional-healing/ -- Welcome to Passion Struck podcast, a show where you get to join me in exploring the mindset and philosophy of the world's most inspiring everyday heroes to learn their lessons to living intentionally. Passion Struck aspires to speak to the humanity of people in a way that makes them want to live better, be better and impact. Learn more about me: https://johnrmiles.com. Stay tuned for my latest project, my upcoming book, which will be published in summer 2022. ===== FOLLOW JOHN ON THE SOCIALS ===== * Twitter: https://twitter.com/Milesjohnr * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnrmiles.c0m * Medium: https://medium.com/@JohnRMiles * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/john_r_miles * LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/milesjohn/ * Blog: https://johnrmiles.com/blog/ * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passion_struck_podcast * Gear: https://www.zazzle.com/store/passion_sruck_podcast