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Fresh update on "apnea" discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:09 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "apnea" discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News

"And smoke settling here among the ash covered cars crowded with people with stories to tell. We had, like, 20 minutes or something. That's what we had. And, uh, our animals and powered gas often all that stuff and then got the hell out of there. That keeps chasing us. The barkeep station is this way. How well how close with those flames to your place, I would say we got within a half a half a mile. Boredom. I could. You know, it's hard to tell you and right now what? Do you know what? You know? Nothing. We're looking. We're online. We're doing everything we can We know that this is temporary. A place you have to go. This is all they really have right now. What do you know now? What you going to do now? I don't know what I'm gonna do now. I might sleep in my car tonight. I don't know. I live in Rincon Valley, right? Below that hill. That's on fire. Trudy and Richard No. This is just a temporary evacuation site. But right now they can't even return to their neighborhoods to see if their homes are still standing. In Santa Rosa, Jim Taylor KCBS coming up in a minute. Kevin's gonna have an update on the chief's ravensgame. That's what sleeping with a CPAP sounds like. If you can't use CPAP imagine pressing a button and it's sounding like this. That sleeping with inspire no mask. No hose. Just sleep inspire is a sleep apnea treatment that works inside the body with one click of a remote. That's.

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The Secret to Better Sleep

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

06:04 min | Last week

The Secret to Better Sleep

"Is so let's talk about nighttime breathing during sleep and what the differences of breathing through your nose versus breathing your mouth. And what that has to do with our our oral health. Right. Yeah it ends. The same of this talk we've been having his. Teacher important will take taught me something very important about what we need, how fade our bodies and that the crucial nutrients your body will tell you when you're missing the critical factors. Bottom and nutrient needs the thirst in the mail and the first nutrient that your body needs. You can only go minute without it is oxygen and so. In mouth, we can see when not breeding with delivering enough oxygen to our our body and how this translate to add dental health is that as we mentioned before when agile is done developed promptly when we have been narrow up gloomy have risen, tasted done fit that's the back of the magazine and mandible the upper low joel the done developed that is by definition airway space, and so what that does is it pushes us into. What I like to call survival braiding, and what happens is that we are designed to break through the nose and there's some very deep. Raisins for that. In that in the nose, we released nitric oxide which mixes with the air goes into our lung and increases blood flow and pushes auction right throughout the body. Now, when we have crooked up-to-date and the hi pal, we have nasal sinuses that have a low of volume and we don't breath around knows as well as we would when we have nice and central wide jaws. Lovely Watch faces. So what happens is that we learned to break through Mao and this is delivering coal unfiltered there. That's alert air immune system gives us things, Swanson's and Adenoids but what happens is we don't deliver so oxygen and the most crucial part of this is that the mice hungry that the patio body requires auction is the brain and so when you're a breathing correctly, you're starving your brain of oxygen. And so this can happen through the day. You'll bring me through the mail seventy, five percent of the time. Your brain isn't getting enough oxygen. But when you go to sleep, there's one thing you have to do, and that's brief and deliver your brain oxygen and the reason for this is that when you go into deep levels of sweep, your brain is depending on your breathing pattern to take your nervous system into his. Level sleep that then allows himself to clean now and so oxygen and braving patents or what control that. So if you have the small crowded mouth with and you not comfortable with Nicer braiding, you'll then pushing your brain into survival mode during during slate and so as you mentioned, sleep apnea sleep apnea is the most the most severe form of this condition of airway and oxygen deprivation, and that's when we posed. During slave to ten to twenty seconds, the You Count Ten to twenty seconds in you on your hand. That's what people are doing up to thirty or forty times the not, and that's your brain in deep distress, and so this is how we increase the risk of Alzheimer's Disease Dementia and mental decline because we're not giving us a brain opportunity to regenerate and to replenish itself with the the crucial nutrient on. And where I was sharing earlier in the interview is that we typically think of like the you know if anybody has a family member or know somebody diagnosed with sleep apnea we typically think of somebody as. Being usually quite overweight. The one of the things you started noticing and hearing about from some of your colleagues is that there's a whole group of younger. Men But especially women that were coming in. With sort of these symptoms of anxiety like waking up in the morning with anxiety and Tell us how that also relates to this breathing through the nose versus breathing through the mouth. Absolutely. So when we started to talk about the spectrum sleep disorders, now we see obstructive sleep apnea is at the very very severe and but what they found in the nineties at Stanford, a Research Co. Christian. Gilmer found that there was a group who've is patients that's showed positive results for a mandibular advancement splint, which is a dental sleep device. That didn't that were diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea and what he did was he called it. New. Syndrome called Airway Resistance Syndrome and it's not a recognized medical term yet. But there are many many studies and lots of research out there showing that people with upper airway resistance, syndrome, which is exactly what it sounds like. It's an airway that has more resistance. So Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome is characterized by an increased pressure in the airways and. How this happens in the body is that when we sleep your muscles relax and that increased pressure is detected by the Brian is receptive at the back you threatening the Airways the tell the brain what the pressure is. Now we have a small bone structure and the muscles relax. What happens is the brain is constantly being sick these precious signals and it relates to a choking response. So the brain has been sent into fight of what? Response, and so this is a survivor when these wackle survivals sleep, and so what happens is that your brain will respond by pushing the Joel Ford and so the most common sign of Airway resistance in Jeremy Teeth grinding and we say this in the Dental practice busy look. But what happens is that people may not even notice that they have the syndrome. You know they slave they wake that I feel that rested. It's because your body doesn't get to reach date levels

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"apnea" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

01:39 min | Last week

"apnea" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"When you understand where by MDA's and you go into your general practitioner, if the first thing they don't say is. Last year by is low have you been supplementing? Are you taking vitamin K to? If they don't see those things. They just simply haven't looked into the true cost of our health and I don't blame them for not being taught that I found this out I. Don't know if it didn't happen to me that it would have believed it. So with listeners. I was sick person. I was obese I had anxiety and depression every single thing wrong with me at untreated sleep apnea when I raise my vitamin D level from below twenty. Two over sixty, sixty to eighty range. By Cruz disappeared by anxiety depression disappeared every single thing that was wrong with just disappear just like that, and then I found all the pure reviewed studies to support that this isn't magic. There's a real mechanism of action. There's a real biochemical pathway. So this is the question I want to ask you this. Do I need a single randomized control study to tell me that I probably shouldn't be running around with a loaded gun or sharps of Shaughnessy smart art RC tease. No Common Sense. Says that look we don't need to study this stuff. Now humans evolved with clothing hats and sunscreen naked and barefoot in Equatorial Africa. If you WANNA see out of the sun for your entire life, you can do that but don't expect to be healthy. There is anyone on this planet who's GonNa live a long healthy life. Who stays out of the sun doesn't matter which dermatologists says doesn't matter how many studies are.

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"apnea" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

08:13 min | Last week

"apnea" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Stuff diabetes. Itself can help you make it through a long cold foodless winter. So your fingers don't freeze off having that sugar in your blood your fingers will freeze. We will freeze your fingers as easily. Hauer. Has. been totally twisted by the people in power for profit they're good people. They don't know the depths of how bad this is that wanted to good living for their family, but every single person is suffering from the syndrome. They're being told by the doctor Oh you have thyroid disease, thyroid cancer, all total bullshit. My Crohn's disease was nothing. It's not a real disease. Diabetes is not a real disease it staying out of the Sun and eating the wrong foods. That's it. What I can't believe is on since I started studying sleep medicine about a decade ago was high. You just see it everywhere you go. I mean you'd be at a friend's house and their seven-year-olds olds taken a nap on the couch and they're just just under teeth or just grinding but what do you? What do you see the connection between sleep and Buxom? Root Cause of Brooks's them is a primary vitamin D deficiency with the secondary be vitamin deficiency. That's it. It's not stress. It's not anxiety. You don't grind your teeth because you're under stress. Rogue. System is a neurological condition. It's a sign that the part of your brain that regulates sleep and reading is badly broken and you better do something if you have a child that clinches and grinds their teeth within this Lula's two days of proper supplementation, they'll stop if you have a child that snores within as little as two to three days, they will stop once they get enough vitamin D Okay and if you want if you're a scientist and you're scratching your head and you haven't stopped to look at West pressure. You can look up someone else who's instrumental in this, and that is Dr Stash Goma neck ten years ago. This woman came out and said, he is I think sleep apnea is caused by low vitamin D that everyone's said Fu, you've been. That's what happened. Ten years later, I found her five years ago she saved my life. You can hear my podcast with her on my youtube station. What's her name? What's her name? Her name is Stassia Gomantak. S. T.. A. S.. Going on she's one of the she says, she wanted the only Goldman acts on the trip you're typing going spelled anyway in sleep and she'll come up she is my guru and here's what she discovered. She said, and this is this is the one reaction that she feels very comfortable with it in the brain in the actual neurons in the brain. If you do not have enough vitamin D, those cells cannot transcribe the enzyme Kolding acetyltransferase enough. These are active pacemaker cells that are pumping constantly, and if you don't have a high enough vitamin D level, you cannot make clothing the sealed transfers. What's the big deal? Well, Acetylcholine is the primary neurotransmitter of the Paris empathetic nervous system rest digest. And seal coat. A. Is Part of Choline Coleen. And the other piece of this is pantothenic acid be five. So, she discovered that without a vitamin D can't make enough of this enzyme sickened -arily the b-vitamins are supposed to come from the Gut microbiome not supposed to come from food they can, and we'll take them from food but this is made by our gut microbiome. Those microbes make B-vitamins, and we use those vitamin specifically be five pantothenic acid for our neurotransmitters, not just for sleep for so many different things now as you become more and more vitamin D deficient. Slightly the other be vitamin start to mess of other disease processes into get a lot of stuff out there you can google the stuff, but it's a simple. Destruction of the homeostasis of our bodies because we do not have the chemical. That we had when we revolving sting out of the sun and eating low fat food and low cholesterol food not sleeping properly. This is the root cause of Martin List and we have one more thing to add in. This guy. This is the wild card. This is my cartoon character of glyphosate. On K. glyphosate is in the herbicide roundup, you can buy seven eleven but don't you can put it on your lawn and children can be getting all over them. It's in your food it's in almost everything. That, you can't even you can't even get away with it. This is the amplification. This is why you're seeing. You're seeing this more for a couple of reasons reason number one. Low Fat diets bad news reason number two avoiding the sun very bad news reason number three. This life say this in every single bid of food that's processed. except. For in grass-fed because if you spray glyphosate on grass, it dies. So if you grasp it, you get healthy all of a sudden because you lose this stuff. Why is it so bad because this interferes with the enzyme that activates vitamin D. So when I say coronavirus and Vitamin D what about India, what about Brazil wire people vitamin D deficient in these hot countries where it's sunny all year round 'cause all food is loaded with this stuff. This interferes specifically with the CYP the sipe enzymes that activate vitamin D if you can't actively vitamin D or Dr Kent tested. So people go to the doctor though are spent a ton of time outside and their daughter goes you're low in vitamin D they may want to ask themselves what they eat if they eat processed foods, the vegan vegetarian oatmeal beans. All these carbs are loaded with this shit. This is toxic. And how it kills us is shocking and this is spreading around the world. So this happened here the obesity. And? Epidemic of sleep. APNEA is all related to this villain, and this is a villain because it amplifies vitamin D deficiency in multiple different ways. The other thing that this stuff does is it interferes with some specific enzymes. The enzymatic pathway called the Chicago Matei. Way though this is something that humans don't have but all plants in all microbes have it, and if you destroy the ship them onto enzyme pathway, you destroy your ability to make dopamine Serotonin. Melatonin you disturb your body's homeostasis because you put foreign substance in there. So this may be sound very, very confusing, but it's very simple. That's why I have cartoon characters. Heroes and villains vs villains I mean cute because you're going to hear a lot about these guys ask deterioration that's. Two guys, this is what's making everyone sick. All right that's it. Now, if you do an exercise, sure people are trying hard they're doing the right stuff you know and people are not getting better. They're eating the wrong foods stacking all day long eating plant based stuff eating fruits and vegetables. Whoever said that fruits vegetables were healthy who whereas that? Sounds like music and made the problem I have is being A. One hundred percent Irish. When people say you can eat grains I mean I don't think they realize that you can only make alcohol at barley hops yeast maize, Rice Rye we'd I mean what are the Irish supposed to do? Well so first of all, your alcohol Just WanNa make sure there'd be alcohol that is being made is not from GMO crops because that's what's loaded with deteriorate Anglo to sakes. That's Ramana crops does that's Just, Corn Syrup does that's Omega six oils to these are not foods that humans evolved on these creations by technology in the early nineteen hundreds, and these are not foolish that are right for bodies. You can eat them, but you're not gonna live a happy life zinc about what death by natural causes is is anyone what that means. Maybe, you live to one, hundred, twenty you never get sick and you die Peasley, your sleep or why do you think you die in your sleep died from sleep apnea when did people used to get sleep apnea.

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"apnea" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

05:29 min | Last week

"apnea" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"For RTC Maguire children having intercept of orthodontics at age six and seven were in the old days. They wouldn't have wound treat until later. So good thing interest divorce. So why is this happening? So where? Did you is your. Upcoming Book. The modern epidemic is that on Amazon yet or is that published yet? I'll be releasing an e book preview one, hundred pages this interactive this GonNa show you all of the things that I have developed for this I have my cartoon characters I also have. Something I call victims of the epidemic. Now, the epidemic is the epidemic of modern living. It's when humans have been cut off from their natural habitats. Right. Now, I'm sitting in my office in this artificial, lighting an artificial Air Mike clothing. These are the things that form the bars. Literally of a gilded cage that we built for ourselves for comfort inconvenienced, but you know that animals in captivity get sick. So you get into your car you have your Coffee Union car, your windows are shut your your sunglasses on you pull into your parking garage office having set foot outside your basically your body, all the wrong signals. Humans are sensors for the environment were taken in signals all the time, and in the old days, you didn't pay attention to the sensory input coming into hearing twig stab seeing a shadow you could literally get eaten by Predator these days. It's exactly the same thing except. that. If you're listening to the wrong information following your doctor's orders listening to what medical insurance is telling you to do. That information is wrong and you're gonNA. Die Just like be my Predator except that you're going to die a long slow death from chronic inflammatory disease that your doctor thinks is your fault for not following his recommendation to heart healthy grains. That it's your fault because. You know they gave the rules LS exercise more I don't know why you're obese await. Do even check to see if you had sleep apnea. No no this is still sleep apnea. And the syndrome that I describe is basically premature aging that's what it is. So. The understanding of how are health workers just completely upside down and backwards and I'm not the only one I didn't come up with this. I found this out and I'm putting this together in a way that can be memorable because this is some complex stuff. It's quite simple but. This is the the root cause of the modern health. The destruction of our health increasing cancer increase in heart disease increase in neuro degenerative disease does anyone listen to this really think that they're gonNA find a pill for Alzheimer's they're gonNA take this pill. Made a jellyfish or whoever be clinically proven, and then you can take that and be fine. It's nonsense. This is a lifestyle disease. These diseases of neurodegenerative disease are the diseases of improper as. and. They're happens when you take a human animal that supposed to be sleeping at night and you put a pillow over its face over and over and over and that poor animal is being choked and goes into the fight or flight. Phase where they're supposed to be resting digesting, that's how you burn out a human early chronic intermittent hypotheses causes brain cell death. This syndrome is what everyone's coming down with now whether you were you end, you end your life through Parkinson's or Huntington's or your genetic background plays a part I got sick Crohn's disease you're Irish you'd come down with diabetes everyone is unique snowflake. But when you choke these animals and you start them and cut them off from one of the essential elements of life sunlight. which you get his sick person in my whole life as that person until I discovered that I had sleep apnea. That was the impetus for all this change because it didn't make any sense to me I learned about sleep apnea I'm looking for some obese person who doesn't care about themselves. They're going to have to wear that C-PAP I'm GonNa make an oral device I'm going to save them. So, sleep apnea is very different than what people are thinking. If you've gone and taken weekend course, you already know how hard this is. And don't hurt your patients if you do and treat sleep apnea and you do not know what a morning reposition or is or dam realized her. Again pauses video. Now, do some googling you're hurting your patient I get so many patients come here with. Permanent changes because their dentists didn't understand about resetting the jaw after wearing a mandibular advancement device not as a little more detail talking apnea but looking for those patients, obese patients. That's not who has been your practice guys those are the people should be on a CPAP there not for you. The people who have happy right now are the thirty nine year olds the forty, two year olds in the fifty three year olds who don't even know they have it. Okay. That was me I'd no idea and you know when you hear the story of our discovered, it people are going to be like Oh shit that's kind of what. Happened to me someone I know this is happening all around the planet. That's why I call my book. The modern epidemic getting cut off from sunlight decreases your vitamin D the Gut microbiome shifts to one that favours fat storage, which was an advantage to our ancestors when we were hunter gatherers, of course, in winter, sunlight goes down..

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"apnea" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

08:02 min | Last week

"apnea" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Advertising. Arsenal commercials they make having psoriatic arthritis look desirable or Gee. I wish I had been. He's happy as those people as people outside swimming in the sunlight. Doctors. Things down the sunlight. So visit board, keep the actions, but there was some misinformation Atkins was right HYDAC. But what he didn't know is it is not all that has to be organic grasping bats that is the difference. Relation is bubbling up on your seat in the car. All Salad you know carnivore md you're seeing this Dave asprey bulletproof coffee. You're seeing these biohacking Guru Sane. high-fat hard but it's not all high fat is your that is high is coming from industrial seals. If you're bad, he's coming from a natural source trans fat vegetable oils. This is toxic fat and reason is. because. It comes down to the atomic structure of sugar and fats, and it comes down to a chemical. Or an element called deteriorate, and so the real truth is these bats that are unhealthy and sugar and carbs in general are very high in something called deteriorate. Cheer is a stable hydrogen by Saotome and hydrogen on this planet comes through warms program regular hydrogen deterioration, and tritium. Hydrogen is the person civilised element not knowing what to cheer is is kind of our downfall vast. What makes does corn syrup bathroom deterent is what makes sugar? Pasta bread gluten carbohydrates bad voice. It's loaded with this cheerier stuff and this is not natural out that. Much of your food do cheering is a natural component. This environment on this planet in this universe. Makes you sick causes cancer and kills you and it's not will. That's why I had to speak up this point time because we're at this point where these guys are saying he beat and the Vegan movement is coming in strong plant based everything. So the entire scam processed food industry, they're pivoting to client base. Now tell you their trash bags flat beasts making by because we're being socialized to believe it anything and was bad for you causes cancer batty bad for you animals bags, the planet reads plant based and he'd Kale Stall Bullshit Total Bullshit Classrooms are fallback food animals need is our primary food and as we start to see powers that be the James Cameron of the world's WHO's Vegan these powerful Ralphie's media tools are going to try and manipulate your thoughts to make. Animals cruel and bad. The plant when the opposite is true for me is cruel to animals than bad the planning. Almost all foreign but especially monocrop farming with agro ch and McCall's so there's Poisons be food we think is normal and literally roll being poisoned by toxic stuff. True is so shockingly simple that again that's why I'm here to do the opposite of what he's telling you the and you see behind me these cartoon characters part my story because I'm not satisfied I receive for thirty four years with closes in anyone who has called do you have a loved one? With this diseases destroys your life. After. Thirty four years to be symptom free with the last three months. This is a message to share with the parents of all children who are suffering. This isn't message share with people who are having their colon removed and don't even have vitamin D. level have never managed their vitamin. D This is a little bit outrageous. It's a little bit shocking to anyone who doesn't understand is not that you shouldn't not information that's out there. This easy. You racing you snore myself this is complex now. But only because it's been kept away from us when you hear my way when you see my arching. To explain, that's what I'm here to make sure this information gets out there this one final time and sees over this information should not be affiliated. Any longer enough is enough the sciences their. Start with Iran but you know you lied information one of the things. I love that study that was that came out today that will not today's September ninth came out September third and the faculty science has humans not climate change even rapidly rising mammal extinctions where they basically it's a really cool site where they took all the fossil evidence versus all the human sapien anthropology evidence and Beasley. They proved that in the last hundred, twenty, six, thousand years that all the extinctions correlated with when humans got there. So if you're wondering where. A sabertooth tiger win. It's probably pretty safe to say we ate them and and and I and correlates with another thing that drives me crazy. When people say that were Homo sapiens because why would you distinguish homo? We all the other ones are dead Homini Andrew, faulker magnum I mean and I also assume we kill them all. I. Think. pretty much all the the the animals missing one, hundred and six. So the isn't that kind of an argument that this is what we've been. We've been eating meat for one, hundred, twenty, six, thousand years. So if you're against humans eating animals isn't that like pretty much that came out September third that dude, we've been eaten animals for one hundred, twenty, six, thousand years because they're all gone well, yeah we only started for me around twelve thousand years ago. Okay. So prior to that everyone was hunter gathers. and. We lost a room but absolutely humans the the more the population, the smarter the hunter is the more they can destroy the the animal population look with with. Wailing. This is our. Understanding that that prior to petrochemicals. Whaling industry was massive and that's where we got our our. Oil For for lanterns regard a lot of our products from Wales, there was factories took every bit of a whale and used it but we almost a hundred them to extinction. Due. And even that I always try to see the positive and everything and I just think it's pretty damn cool that in the eighteen hundreds home sapien was able to go out into the ocean that cover seventy percent of the world and kill ninety nine percent of the wells. I mean even though it's a tragedy for the whales and all that stuff it's free. Damn cool at a damn walking ape. A monkey who lost his tail could go get ninety nine percent of the whales and so. The Food Shave. That's what we became. Talk the food chain able but you know I want I want to. Bring you back down to vitamin D because it seems like since the pandemic came out I mean there's there's two or three studies a week. You know coming out and Vitamin D. WHY is vitamin D out of all the vitamins? There are what way is that one? The one most associated with I can't think of another vitamin associated with the pandemic more than serve vitamin D though we'll vitamin DS vitamin at all it's a hormone it was mislabeled a vitamin. Because at the time that it was discovered, they were discovering all the vitamins vitamin day, vitamin B, Vitamin C came across this substance this. Oh, here's another vitamin vitamin D but vitamin D is different because it's not a vitamin most dentists listen to this will know that vitamins or cofactors for enzymes. Vitamins are often broken up in different chunks are used for.

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"apnea" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

06:30 min | Last week

"apnea" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"I was told nothing about Diet Dr Still Ono treat Crohn's disease. You don't know anything about guy because that's not impaired I. That big Pharma is interested in so What I spell out of the paradigm I was a believer why would I believe by Paris to cholesterol medication? The rule reliving were being bombarded by these media messages that we believe this agreement the US exercise more we believe that fat be you baton believe that Red Need Causes Cancer We know this is all nonsense and people understand you didn't healthcare providers like dentists that we're being manipulated by the powers that be for nothing other prophets. Let's see you're hearing about this. Now everything's plant based humans are animal based. I don't care about veganism diggers vegetarianism wrongfully environment unhealthy but that's what you're gonNA see my patients still guilty when I see your red meat like, Oh, well, thank you. Very often went whoa. How can the food that she would sue all dog for ninety nine point nine percent illusionary history me have suddenly become toxic started meet it's the bud and the fries is beating the animal. Box the. Animal is the core grain and soy is animals. Eve is not fair food that makes this unhealthy and revie's Wedneday healthiest things in the one you can eat as long as it's grasp. Organic and is basically sustainable. That's the best thing you can put in your body. We're getting from our doctors they're measuring your cholesterol. Cholesterol and he was on cholesterol stands I think is the biggest mistake ever make I don't agree with it. Cholesterol is what makes us different than plants is what holds us together really important. So that's these are my opinions you know. I did the research in. was that would be all wrong information and we've approaching wrong information. I'm wrong information I follow the wrong information if you go into my youtube. Last five years. Different I no longer how big inflamed that I've lost a lot of weight I wait exactly the same way as through a two, hundred, ten pounds it look beautiful my body composition change the switch night I switched by eating are all medications and I supplemented the missing pieces of what was wrong with me for my life. It is shockingly easy and so this is all that I getting. into and again, no fourteen year old undergoing procedures this tragedy and it was completely unnecessary crisis disappeared after early four years without anything. That's kind of that. This is a this is pretty cheap stop and it's not just me. You can google these diseases invited Medina. You'll find you'll find big ones because the farmers not going to sponsor any big studies they're going to discredit biting Mrs. Crockery. Do you. You know. I always look at I try to see. If you tell me plus you know I know editions followed by subtraction multiplication followed by division tried to see the other side of that and I try to you know I think all sapiens have you know we basically all have the same brain I don't think any rational person would look at an ant hill and say that that aunt over there smarter than that one over there. This dolphin smarter than when there and I look at the people and in my fifty years. They've been fed so much nutritional change your mind I mean I. Mean every every every time we diet comes out the next thing you know like like butter is bad go to margin then it's like go back to butter and it's like. I, mean, how could we expect our patients to be anything but confused with older mixed information and changing your mind I mean when when a when a politician changes his mind people do crazy I don't like God changes. Mind is like. Take that lesson to dieting right? How many diets have we lived through in our lifetime since dental school? Well, I saw one is sort of. down. In Nineteen Thirty Nine Western Christ publishes book and this is it. You don't even have to read. Here's what he said. Number One. Cut out bleached white flour refined sugar. Cutout and do not consume industrial seed oils canola oil corn oil margarine. And take a therapeutic dose of vitamin. D. Agree. Inviting chain to and these were foodstuffs and this is basically coming from ancestral diet high in organ meats and fats. Fat Soy Ladies and that's it. He said this eight years ago. Don't eat sugar and carbs don't eat industrial seed oils processed foods. And, make sure these substances are in your body you before you want to show, he said he'd say writing two years ago, and then he took photographs of twins showed her one twin in an ancestral diet one, twenty, eight, a process died of cookies and crackers. And it's so obvious. Oh, that information was kept out of everywhere. So nobody knew love that now only years people have tried to bring a sport, but we have the anti-fat crusade of ansel cheese anyone who doesn't know who that is may want to read a book called the big fat surprise Nina titles. and. She basically d-box idea that was brought choosing the late seventies I remember very well this whole low-fat Paradigm stabbed me. She bad cholesterol is your arteries don't need it angst cheese only nuts don't eat red meat. I don't know if this is onset shop. That's Walsh's. The idea that these natural could be harmful. Harmful for us is sheer nonsense. The foods that we made that we process that we chopped up there unnatural. That's what's making everyone not red meat's okay. So this information keeps getting pretty output out there and then the powers that the crewmate money George Kellogg from July cereal, these big companies that create these processed foods they will off you skate, they will pay millions of dollars to confuse your with fancy.

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How NBA players are using the Oura smart ring to warn of coronavirus

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10:49 min | 2 months ago

How NBA players are using the Oura smart ring to warn of coronavirus

"What exactly does the Smart Ring Do, and and let's start with what its original purpose is, and what it was marketed for initially sure, so the has been around for two years and never got to review. It was one of these things I meant to, but it is a it is. A fitness rang health ring much. Much like the ring made by motive years ago, it checks heart rate it contract sleep it contract motion and activity, but it also tracks temperature. The temperature sensor is the interesting part because there aren't any other wearables that do that, but it's not necessarily the temperature sensing. You think it can't give you like an actual body. Reading of like you know what hundred point seven or whatever? It's a relative temperature that's. Night to show temperature fluctuations plus or minus degrees Fahrenheit. That's mentioned. Just show your changes in your baseline, so to speak, and so how is it being used as a early warning system for covid nineteen? Now been working with a couple of research teams UCSF has a study that you can opt into in the APP. That's been going on for a while. That's asking people to log You know their own moods and symptoms to try to study correlations. That's similar to what other companies are doing trying to see. If there could a way could help connect to symptoms and krona virus, but those researchers are seeing that you can with with the temperature capabilities see signs of illness symptoms a couple of days in advance of when you would normally perceive them. That could line up with the couple of day. Lead time that people believe might might be you know a symptomatic spread period now I'm not a another doctor. My research scientist from talking to researchers working with this and I've been I've been really curious about what that could actually mean. Another research team at Rockford Neuroscience Institute West Virginia University. Has Been Looking at trying to create a health forecasting APP that they have in place that they're using with with frontline workers and seeing if you could provide you know a couple of day pre forecast of whether you're likely to be getting sick. And built on a similar idea of using temperature mainly as a way to pick up ways that you're you're readings are hinting towards the sign of sickness, but not necessarily a sign of coronavirus, just a sign of sickness general from what they perceive. They claim it's like eighty nine percent. Accurate in predicting so far signs of upcoming sickness that will be when you get a coronavirus. You know that's when you get tested. That's when you would maybe. Go into work in some future world where we go back to work, and you know the reason why folks might be more familiar, we're now is because NBA players are supposed to be wearing them as they. Get set to kick off their their special. BUBBLE SEASON DOWN IN FLORIDA. Yes so NBA players have been wearing this of chosen this this wearable. OPT in program and. Coaches that that can look at the stats get kind of a distilled subset of the stats that aware of the ring, now like the consumer version would get so I see all these different pieces of information. There is a respiration. There's heart rate variability temperature these are estimated again. A couple of those key factors of four of them were pulled out and turn into a risk score. That idea is that if you seem like you're, you're scoring significantly high on that, you would Pull yourself out. Get Kobe test, and that type of thing. But you. You get something like that on the on the order APP itself. There's a score, the kind of shows like a whole bunch of factors and talks about like you know Harry feeling today. It sometimes it correlates with our. I feel sometimes a dozen so. Same thing asleep scores but it will let me remind me of like how I'm sleeping. And how much I'm you know? Both bedtime in some element of restiveness, how much I can do about that is is the other thing, but that the NBA is using again is kind of a pre screening tool for those who were bubbling Brian. So you're obviously not an NBA player, Sarah Scott, but how how are you using this? And how does that differ from what they're using this for? As as Early Warning System, yeah, so again as curious and I've not been doing any of those those things and I'm not using any advance APPS. I'm just using the consumer version and seeing what it's like so I just live with it. I've been wearing three months since late April. All the time and what have been noticing is that a lot of ways I don't notice anything because I. Just live my life, and then I check the APP in Awhile, and it says okay. This is sleeping and I tried to make myself sleep better, but like a lot of sleep tracking things. I don't act on those things as well. They should still go to bed super late, even knowing do. But the temperature thing is mostly been fluctuating around the same thing, a little down a little, if I who knows I, haven't knock on wood. I haven't gotten sick over this period. If I had actually gotten sick or perceived something that might be kind of interesting so hard to tell in that vacuum, but. I just wear. It will give some testing with it and I'm curious. I don't think it's it wouldn't replace a fitness watch because it's not as detailed as that and the one thing that the ring is, it's totally invisible with how it shows stuff. It's this nettle ring with no readouts doesn't buzz no buttons and you'd have to check the APP and also if you don't know if it's running out of batteries on the seven day battery life. Until you check the APP where you get a notification from your phone, so there's times where just went dead, and then I had like five days of no readings because I forgot to charge it, which is not ideal if you want a wearable, that's going to help provide early detection for people in a future workplace so that that's one challenge with it. The other thing is talking to the researchers and thinking about what would we all be doing with this? The NBA is bubbling now in a world where you go back to work and have some sort of you know wearable screening tool, which is what people are imagining. Its Eye, contact tracing unit everyone to opt in. And that means rock varner sciences. He was also trying to build towards. Maybe eventually a ways like at that would show ideally like where signs of potential illness popping up through crowdsourcing, but much contact tracing that requires people to participate and right now you still have questions. People are still refusing to wear masks so I mean. The. The degree to which you get people to all agree to wear wearable. Seems extremely optimistic and then when you deal with things like public. It adds all sorts of other complications so an office. Could all agree to do it? But how do you? What do you do in the larger world? I think those are questions. It still hadn't been worked out because the systems are only as good as everyone else's reporting, and just to be clear that this is not a cheap option. This is not cheap solution. Right? Like how much does this thing go for? And how easy is it the by one? The pretty easy to buy, and they're not that cheap there four hundred dollars so. Yeah the falls line with with. Your standard good smartwatch or Apple Watch or thing like that, but you know it's made like titanium plastic on the interior and It's it feels nice, but that's a lot of money, and I think some people will really like it because it's convenient. Enter praying and not a watch Some of the researchers also pointed out that a doctor's and frontline workers don't like wearing rings because they're not good that the germs could get in there. LEXIE! Shoes she's wearing. It didn't like it because of swelling and for exercise, the ring didn't feel ideal was uncomfortable for her and you have to get fitted. You have to get a particular size on the ring. They send you a sizing kit, so if your size changes, that's not great. A watch is adjustable, so there's a lot of things that are weird about it, but I think. It opens interesting questions about what temperature could possibly do. On, wearables in I'm really curious, what will pops up after this? It seemed like from your experience that made you call it somewhat invisible and the data I mean how ultimately how useful is this data? Have you used it to change your life for because you sort of hinted that that you looked at the data? then. It hasn't really changed anything, but like ultimately is this useful? In terms of changing my life. No, because you're right. You know this reminds me of like the talk. I had with with Kevin Lynch on Apple. Watch and apple could be making a lot of decisions on this to why they're only doing. Certain elements of sleep tracking. You know they're just doing the bedtime. Wake up is they claim that the rest is not actionable? Now they call so it could be that apple isn't fully develop the rest of the tools to their liking. But I think that's true in terms of when you get sleep scores like on this. What do I really do with like that? I didn't rest well enough you. There's really not much you can. Do you try to get to bed earlier? Maybe try to take it easy. Me could try to like take on yourself, and that's what the APP recommends like. You know you're reading the scores. Great. Go do it today, or it's not great. Take care a little bit today and I think that's interesting. So in that sense did change the way I would perceive some days I go. Hey, I'm not a great readiness score. just be a little easy on myself. What I know that just waking up and just feeling like crap. Probably you know I think some of these things correlate with how you would normally feel. Feel anyhow, if you're a self aware, but I think the getting back to work thing, the bigger question which is like you know I hate to even leave with that in the story, but it's what people think about about the possible Kobe awareness. I can't yeah for me I'm I you know I? Pi- blood pressure. I'm not going to put myself at risk going out. Out in the world, even if there's a sliver of it and then if I don't know that the APP, the rest of the world is behaving in a responsible way. Then I don't want to put myself there and that doesn't have to do other a wearing ring. It's like so the hard part. There was a halo over everyone's head. That said you know yes I. I am using the device I. Am I am part of your network? Then that's bubbling I. think that would be. That might be a different story, but again. None of these data things that these research programmes are absolute yet. These are all experiments, and all the researchers things a tip of the iceberg, so look how long people have been researching sleep and possible signs of. OF APNEA. or All. These research programmes with wearables they can go on for years and the NBA is very much an experiment. We don't know at all how that's going to turn out

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Men Hired for Sexual Fantasy Broke Into Wrong House

The Erick Erickson Show

02:11 min | 4 months ago

Men Hired for Sexual Fantasy Broke Into Wrong House

"In an adult fantasy God. Wrong to men with machetes. Entered the wrong house in New South Wales Australia before quickly. Realizing their error one of them has now been acquitted of intern home. Armed with the weapon in July nineteen is a media report. They had been hired to carry out a client's fantasy of being tied up in his underwear and rubbed with a broom. The judge concluded the facts of the case or unusual. The role play was arranged over facebook by a man is Griffin New South Wales. Who provided his address? He was willing to pay five thousand Australian dollars. If it was really good the judge said however the client moved thirty miles away and did not tell the two men. They entered a house on the original street of the original address when the resident notice a light on his kitchen at six fifteen in the morning he assumed it was a friend who came by daily to make morning coffee when the men called out the name of their client. The resident turned on the light removed. A SLEEP APNEA mask. He was wearing. It was vinny saw them standing above his bed with machetes which they appear to have brought props for the role play when they realized their error. What are the pair said? Sorry mate and shook his hand and left the the two men in drove to the correct address where the client noticed. One man had a great big knife in his trousers and asked him to leave the weapons in their car. The client then cooked bacon eggs and noodles in a short time later. The police arrived at the property found the machetes in the car and arrested the bear. The judge ruled. The evidence did not suggest the men's actions were intentional. They carried the machetes. Either as a prop or something. To use that fantasy the fantasy was unscripted and there was discretion as to how it would be carried out a lawyer for terrence. Leroy one of the accusers said it was a commercial agreement to to tie up and rub a semi naked man and his underpants with a brown. Three was was not with intent to intimidate.

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Chicago - Boy, 12, marks youngest COVID-19 death in Cook County

Steve Cochran

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Chicago - Boy, 12, marks youngest COVID-19 death in Cook County

"The twelve year old Chicago boys the youngest person to dive covert nineteen cook county medical examiner's office says Ernesto goose mon was pronounced dead early yesterday at a local hospital the primary cause of death listed as pneumonia caused by cope with nineteen viral infection with asthma sleep apnea and tooth disorder listed as contributing factors whose phone was seven years younger than the next youngest coronavirus patient in cook county the victim a nineteen year old man from south suburban Riverdale died April tenth for respiratory failure and covert nineteen

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"apnea" Discussed on Techstination

Techstination

02:00 min | 8 months ago

"apnea" Discussed on Techstination

"Your destination for gadgets ungeared. I'm Fred fishkill. The digital health innovations at with things continue becoming coming scan watch beyond the MOVE E C G designed to provide instant eight five notifications and more global content director. Susie felber says is it can help to detect sleep apnea as well. This is a watch. That is checking your oxygen saturation. As you sleep and your heart rate to see if they can identify your sleep apnea risk and alert you when you wake up to all your info in the up. The things is awaiting FDA clearance for the watch it will work like the company's other products including connected scales and blood pressure monitors with the health mate. Ah By more at with things dot com you can find us at textile dot com. I'm Fred Friskin now. This how many companies out there have continued to innovate when it comes to building a better radio. I'm Fred Fishburne host of TEX nation. And I'm here to tell tell you about the new. CDC Sky Wave SB radio from the wonderful people at sea crane Baba and his crew really love radio and it shows in this new compact model. That is packed with features beyond great. AM FM reception. Unsound you've tune in to shortwave signals from around the world. Listen to the HAM radio operators. Avian and more. It's the radio you'll turn to every day and in emergencies it will run for nearly three days on just is to double A.. Batteries hair the sleep timer with a new soft speaker three. And you've got the perfect radio for your nightstand. Of course it can wake you up to click on C. Crane at text nation Dot Com and put in the code text nation for free flashlight. With your order. They love radio and you'll love secrecy..

"apnea" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:54 min | 8 months ago

"apnea" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Apnea hello and the Pentagon says a twenty two year old soldier from North Carolina died in a rollover accident in Syria the department says specialist Antonio mora Wilmington died on Friday while clearing roads according to military officials about seven hundred fifty US troops are located in eastern Syria reddit presidential hopeful will participate in a town hall on fox news this evening fox's tiny J. powers has the story a week before the Iowa caucuses the fox news channel is hosting a town hall with democratic candidate Pete looted judge it's the second fox town hall for booted judge the former mayor of south bend Indiana other twenty twenty democratic candidates who have taken part in fox news town halls include senators any club shark first Angela brand and Bernie Sanders as well as former hud secretary Leon Castro this evening's town hall will air live on the fox news channel at seven o'clock eastern time a J. powers fox news good morning register endorsing senator Elizabeth Warren for president the editorial board writing she is not a radical she is a capitalist but she wants fair markets with rules and accountability the Iowa caucuses begin the February third music's biggest night getting under way on Sunday but not without some controversy boxes Michelle Pelino reports the Grammy awards are here although this year the show will air following a week of ups and downs dear Dugan who heads up the show was fired and in response she filed a discrimination complaint Alicia keys hosts this year with music star list heading into the night with eight nominations the flutist rapper and singer is up for album song and record of the year Billy I wish and will not as X. follow with six Ariana Grande's back in the mix this year with five and her first nomination and the album of the year category for thank.

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"apnea" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

11:52 min | 8 months ago

"apnea" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"They have grown advent into southeastern Wisconsin's largest independent. EMT practice Doctor can do is no stranger to sinus issues himself read about his personal sinus surgeries. We can talk about that later. His residency was a university of Oklahoma his MD was drexel. University Philadelphia. Alpha Pennsylvania is be as and Duke University. He's a licensed physician and Wisconsin. I Ha I have to be honest with you when I got dental school in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. No one had even. I'd never even heard the word sleep apnea and then all of a sudden like ten years later it just it was this this big Cambrian explosion of thought and then hid dentistry. So we're what what made this from when I graduated in eighty seven. What what the happen when? When did this really Become everyone's on everyone's mind. Yeah it literally in the eighties like literally and eighty so so the diagnosis diagnosis was I sort of kind of SORTA started to be understood in the seventies but the eighties is where sleep studies came into play Sort of the the actual. Aw Understanding of hey this is an issue in the actual medical issues been going on for probably the dawn of humanity but you know as far as us from a medical standpoint understanding sanding it and being able to diagnose it. That's it's in the eighties. And so you know at the same time when the diagnosis was being made that was also where they kinda backed into the C. Pap machine and treating it and trying to figure that out so Y- grand scheme of things. It's this is still in my mind. A very It's a newborn from a medical standpoint. We're still figuring this out or Still figuring out sort of the science behind it And the treatments for it and the mystery is foreign and so it is. It's literally that new. I came out of Med school in Ninety Eight. It might training right around there at the Millennium Aena or the tournament the this new century and between then and now there's been massive understand when came when it came out of med school. I don't I I mean I think within thin dentistry and medicine I think there is some knowledge of of sleep apnea but the lay public. I don't think had any idea what with that was I think now I would venture to say that most people love her to sleep apnea Many people had no somebody either themselves or other people who are getting treated for it. So it's it's it's both the understanding has has gotten much more in depth and I. It's a really common issue well. I'm really honored that you came on the show. I mean I feel like I got the smartest guy out there come on. I'm serious because like anything new. It's controversial to be on dental town. We you know we have my gosh. A couple hundred thousand members and The full distribution as some people all the way from If you you treat someone from for grinding and Brooks and you don't do a full sleep study workup. It's malpractice right all the way to the other end. Oh Oh come on. This is a fad. This is this is something coming and going so I was so glad to get an authority on this show to to start You know the bottom line Why does it seem like everyone has sleep apnea nowadays and what I want to know and I think you want to know into is it the cause of our baldness if we treated? You're not going to have a gorgeous as possible. You never know you never know the beauty of sciences there but no it is. It's it is it's very very common massively so massively under treated so as common as we. We think it is and as many people who get the diagnosis. Most people don't most people who Abbott aren't getting the diagnosis in part of the issues. That there's a lot of mistreatment misinformation out there so part of my reason or want to to kind of get out and get the word out. Is that They actual core concepts concepts are pretty simple It is the intersection between dentistry and medicine and that space is often a A sports analogy a lot. But to me pop up fly ball between the infielder outfielder and dentistry I think is calling the ball. Harder than medicine is says. And that's a good thing. I think there's a lot of passion in the dental community and I don't see that same passion in the medical community And you know Kudos scudo dentistry for For pushing the envelope on this and and We'll get into it as as we kinda talk further but I think there's it is literally really when you think about sleep apnea and a cause or why why does it exist. It's literally the fact that You know the the airway. Is that intersection action between medicine and dentistry. And you know everybody who who's got no third molars pulled out is our jaws are getting smaller. Our Air Jars cars are getting smaller as we evolve over time therefore airways are getting smaller. Therefore we've got this issue that sort of sit in front and Center for us and I just I want to say that I feel so fortunate to have lectured around the world and when you leave your tribe born in here Americans the other tribes I think The sylvian that much better keeping dentistry as a branch medicine there they become a stomatologists and it just makes them work so much better. Ohio had the first dental school and then Baltimore had the first dental university and it was like eighteen fifteen and I think it was. It was a mistake. I I think that I think we gotta get back online. I was in luxury in Israel last month and what was interesting. There were so many Russians who had moved to Israel over the years that they they're three largest. DSO's were all part of the hospital. You're going to the dentist. There was so nice. Because if you're treating a little girl and you think my gosh this shifts something going on you're in a hospital your doctor. Oh you're treating mouth you don't have someone come over and see if this little girl has leukemia or this or that and I think that's one hundred and fifty year deal were dentistry areas five percent of the healthcare industry in America as measured by dollars. That's been going out on this string. I think we need to start variant back to getting back together and I also like the the fluidity of it because if you're a dentist in Russia and you lose your eye or Dennis we all do surgery. Ninety percent of the physicians are not doing surgery today and so if a dentist loses his eye hand coordination and she can't do surgery in Russia Moscow so this go do a residency in dermatology and she's just in another branch whereas America. What do I do now? I can't be a surgeon and I'm like ninety percent. MD's MD's are surgeons so so so so you know I have to say What what do you think today about the current system to evaluate and treat snoring snoring and sleep apnea? You always say it's broken. Why why did you say it's broken? I it is broken because the traditional medical model is in a sort of scams a hard word but the traditional medical model is railroading towards one option and blinding your eyes to the issue at hand. And what I mean by that is most people have sleep apnea or treated by a medical doctor are treated by non E. N. T. so EMT's. Our wheelhouse is destroyed. I mean that's part of what we do if you have obstructive sleep apnea you have a throat issue one hundred percent of the time so therefore in my opinion you should should be seeing an EMT to evaluate and figure out what pathway you need to go down versus if you have sleep apnea and you've got a throat issue and you're seeing a lung doctor for your throat issue It's it's a sort of one-size-fits-all approach and that approach doesn't work The other thing the nuance here is that you know if you have sleep apnea you've got a throat issue on one hundred percent of the time very often like seventy eighty ninety percent of the time you've also got a nose issue that's coexisting and and If you don't treat the nose properly if you don't start it wits with somebody's airway open and working meeting of the nose than every other treatment option coming after the sleep apnea your snoring is going to be compromised so it it again i. It's not rocket science. It's just sort of it sitting there literally right in front of our faces and and the challenges is if if somebody goes in again to say you went into your primary say snoring. I've heard about pappy. I think I might have it The likelihood for you get getting a successful outcome is really low like less than thirty percent which is abominable if for any other medical treatment. If we were her sort of left with those is you would abandon those treatments in seek others and so this is where I feel like from dental community a with avera variety righty treatments. It's not just oral. Appliance is but certainly within the dental community oral appliances are a big part of of how dentist help as treat folks have sleep apnea. There are other options options are really serve surgical options there are minimally invasive surgical options that will likely be the future of treatment for sleep apnea but they again fall on that in between between zone between medicine and dentistry and so we've got a break down that wall that exists between the two communities. Well the difference. Between a General Practitioner Tichenor family physician and a specialist is one treats what you have the other things you have what he treats and when I was on and when I got to school in the eighties people that were storing. Really hard they would go to their ent for me and they would take a co two laser hand wrote a router the back of their throat. What are you what? What does that look like now? In with twenty twenty vision I'd say beyond sort of the hottest there that the procedures in the back of the throats have existed do exist. But you know in isolation I think think it's a failed mission and you've seen that meaning that if if for us for instance our approaches evaluating understanding. Why does somebody have this issue? The likelihood is far as if somebody has sleep. It's a throat issue. Like one hundred percent hundred percent of the time. It's more often than not actually a back of tongue issue. It's not a pallet issue. Most most of the time. Sometimes it is and so if somebody's gotTA tongue issue trimming her pallet down you theoretically it can help a little bit open the airway but if we can pull that tongue out of their airway way which is what an appliance does that tends to work a lot. Better So I would say you know. CPAP machines work really well for the right pool of candidates it's or appliances work really well for the right pool of candidates. Surgery works really well for the right pool of candidates and there is an overlap there and it stabs at one-size-fits-all. Aw and the common thread again. This sort of soapbox I stand on a yellow. It from the rooftops is that none of those things can work. If somebody's nose doesn't work it. Just it cannot happen And it shouldn't happen again. Part of what we do is they're simple things we can do nowadays to get somebody who knows working so generally isn't going to surgery it's doing office based procedures Getting somebody's nose working. And then you know Gannon depending on why they have sleep apnea figuring out what.

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Orasis Developing Eye Drops as Alternative to Reading Glasses

The Bio Report

05:09 min | 8 months ago

Orasis Developing Eye Drops as Alternative to Reading Glasses

"A lot. Thanks for joining joining us. Sure thank you to speak with you. We're GONNA talk about presby apnea. Why many of us need reading glasses? When we age in your efforts to to develop a corrective I dropped to treat the condition? Let spart presby what is it. How does it manifest itself? How does it progress? Okay sure so presby. Opium is an age related phenomena and basically the the loss of ability to focus on near objects so and and resulting in the loss of ability to date today that that that are associated as we you know reading from near for example reading the screen on your smartphone reading and menu in the restaurant etc and it happened you to them graduates declining in the elasticity of the Lens. I am So he can natural aging process usually starts roughly at the age of forty five. Sometimes even it'd be earlier ends. It's progressives with years so you know you start with a Houdini your smartphone at And as far as possible you move into a increasing the font of the screen and eventually inevitable to us and some devices I says or any other to you improve your vision and the most common one so far has been reading that but there are many other I am a turn now be developed and and I want them One more thing which is important to to mention about press bulimia. It's almost inevitable and eight out of every ten people exceeding the age of forty five. We'd eventually have press the opium real and global phenomena you have almost two billion people with press bianca worldwide and About one hundred and twenty million people in the US and the numbers continue to increase significantly Quite a big phenomena. You're developing -veloping and I dropped to treat the condition this CSF one what is the one and how does it work. Okay so indeed the the product that we have developed its pharmaceutical eyedrops eye drops currently codename. CSS One and and basically the way we walk org we walk through a what is called the pinhole thing I would drown create. What is called a pupil dilation so we constrict the pupil but to a very limited amount because if you constrict your pupil too much it may may create a negative nominal so the pupil constriction that we were able to achieve creates what is called the being held effect which increases the depth of field? And this is what eventually improve the New Vision. So that's actually a very common an and concept in optics of the monarchy but really the the patient as we have or `this you firstly. We're able to find that sweet spot that reaches the right amount of pupil manipulation which enables a superior improvement of your New Vision without any compromise on on other elements and his vision ninety Asian or visual field. That's maybe because by am too much of a pupil constriction so that is one major airman in our innovation and that one us that we have a combination of existing and well-studied good morning causing are dragging a product that enabled. Not only eventually when you look at the whole package you see not only superior new movies really improvement but it also comes with several other important elements such as very fast onset of action long duration ration- of action is very comfortable feeling when you are reinstated droves and finally very safe and told her world product product these eventually quality of life product and safety. NFC Safety and twitter ability are always important and especially when you refer to quality of life so that was achieved through using existing in west studied more nichols but moreover using. I'm very very low concentration. So basically inaction the Aura seasons if one

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Lakers vs. Rockets score and highlights

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

03:26 min | 9 months ago

Lakers vs. Rockets score and highlights

"For socks seven ninety in Houston you get rockets rap after this one Michael Connor we'll have that for you scuffs things going on with the rockets is they've now made it halfway through this and be a seasonal that'll do it for us tonight here from Toyota center our onsite engineer David over our statistician Peter Unger producer on the network is Bob Ellie production assistant BT do a great job as always were broadcast partner Craig Akron I'm out of what's your final score tonight Lakers one twenty four rockets one fifteen rockets back at it Monday afternoon four o'clock tip with the thunder will join along the network at three thirty good night everybody it's Houston Rockets basketball has been presented by Toyota let's go places by AT and T. TV without NBA league pass is just kind of TV don't just guided TV direct TV call one eight hundred direct TV call one eight hundred direct TV be here all season long as your rockets take on the best in the NBA on the Houston Rockets radio network twenty twenty National Basketball Association all rights reserved Houston this is a network control signing off we now return to your regularly scheduled programming off be sure to take care of yours I personally recommend going to the low key center to get all of your levels checked that's where I got my levels checked they make it quick and easy no T. center offers a comprehensive health assessment exclusively for men most health insurance is accepted and even verified for you call today to a one seven eight nine six one one seven two a one seven eight nine six one one seven four go to low T. center dot com low key center reinventing men's health care equal opportunity is the cornerstone of the American dream being employed gives us the confidence to be financially independent we feel useful and respected but what if you were one of the eighty one percent of adults with developmental differences who do not have a paid job join the centrist foundation and supporting autism speaks best buddies and Special Olympics and creating pathways to one million employment and leadership opportunities for this talented community visit delivering jobs dot org to learn more Hey I got noticed lack of energy motivation and drive I'm talking to you guys it could be low tea or something else like sleep apnea or even low thyroid start your new year healthier with the quick and easy health assessment at low T. center they treat more than low T. including sleep apnea low thyroid and more it's covered by most health insurance and if you've been feeling tired grumpy have weight gain and loss of muscle column to a one seven eight nine six one one seven or go to low key center dot com low key center reinventing men's health care diabetes high blood pressure anxiety meds everyone's on them if your a fifty year old male maybe a bit Porky and you may even have type two diabetes a million dollars of term insurance may only cost you about two hundred Bucks a month called term provider speak with big blue at eight hundred four four four twenty thirteen big little find a term life policy for you even if you have type two diabetes are overweight or have high blood pressure term providers helped thousands of people like you would think they can't afford term life insurance to buy a million dollars of affordable term life for you all you need to do is call Beyglu an eight hundred four four four twenty thirteen who will

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Slimmer tongues may be key to alleviating obstructive sleep apnea

Lars Larson

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Slimmer tongues may be key to alleviating obstructive sleep apnea

"Of all the things that might keep you up at night concerned about having a fat tongue is probably not one of them and yet Tom fat maybe depriving you of sleep at least that's what a new study says the average human tongue way is a little more than two ounces a bit more for men and women like most other parts of the body that can accumulate in your town especially in the back near your throat and according to this study in the American Journal of respiratory and critical care medicine people with overweight tongues are more likely to suffer from obstructive sleep apnea the author of the study says this seems obvious but no one looked at this before she says it's especially true for people who are generally overweight the study says if tongue fat goes down so does the risk of sleep apnea something to think about well you're drifting off

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A Fat Tongue May Be Blocking Your Airways While You Sleep

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

A Fat Tongue May Be Blocking Your Airways While You Sleep

"Research is in the United States have discovered that losing fat from your tongue may hold the key to stopping snoring overweight people are now more likely to have a disorder known as sleep apnea which is associated with loud snoring and noisy breeding for the Perot XP has more details in a study of sixty seven people treated for sleep apnea who had lost body weight scans suggested it was the reduction in volume of tongue fat which prompted improvements in their sleep the researchers say the last spot on the tongue the less likely it is to collapse and block the Airways during sleep sleep apnea can affect people's quality of life by leaving them exhausted and stressed during the day the Pennsylvania researchers say there may be many people with fatty tongues who are at risk of the condition who are not obese they know what to find active some low fat diets could specifically target fought in the tongue ABC news

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Graphic Epstein autopsy photos on '60 Minutes' show bloodied neck and noose

KCBS 24 Hour News

13:52 min | 9 months ago

Graphic Epstein autopsy photos on '60 Minutes' show bloodied neck and noose

"It's time for a segment from last night sixty minutes broadcast on CBS convicted sex offender Jeffrey abstain has been accused of sexually assaulting countless teenage girls last July the wealthy financier was arrested in many of his victims were looking forward to finally facing him in court two weeks after his arrest abstain was found dead in his jail cell medical examiner concluded the Jeffrey Epstein killed himself since then conspiracy theories have flourished abstain was connected to a long list of rich and powerful people some suspect he was killed because of what he knew what he threatened to tell how did one of the most high profile inmates in the country end up dead in a federal jail after a five month investigation sixty minutes has obtained photos some of them graphic autopsy photos and evidence from inside Jeffrey obscene cell this is the cell were Jeffrey Epstein was found on Saturday morning August tenth two thousand nineteen there are dozens of photos taken by the medical examiner's office that day on the floor the mattress and piles of sheets several news is there appear to be fashion from the orange bed linens are laid out his medicines photographed but nobody is there a photograph of when he was found dead in the snow there's no photographs taken of Mr abstain in the cell Dr Michael Baden observed the four hour autopsy for Jeffrey abstains brother mark Bodleian a renowned forensic pathologists who's taking controversial positions over his decades long career is investigating at Steve's death for his client do you think there was foul play here the forensic evidence released so far clear happy point much more to murder and strangulation than the suicide and suicidal hanging I hesitate to make a final opinion until all the evidence is in people will say well you are being paid by mark absence of course you're gonna say that something suspicious is going on that's a reasonable thing for some people to think but our job is to find with the truth is just to find out whether the homicide or suicide where still haven't gotten all the information guards found abstinent approximately six thirty three AM and sources say one of them could be over heard saying breed that Steen brief I thought at the time doctor Baden believes based on the autopsy did abstain died around four thirty that morning two hours earlier the guards say they came in at six thirty they found them they call emergency services they tried to do CPR with them but he's dead but rather than leave the body there they take the body to an emergency room yeah is that normal protocol no that's a that's not normal protocol the EMS people normally especially in jail should not move a dead body he's right bureau of prison protocol mandate to suicide scene should be treated with the same level of protection as any crime scene in which a death has occurred sixty minutes reviewed hundreds of graphic photographs from the autopsy of Jeffrey up Steve and inside his cell there are two nooses a bit of born she tied to the great of a window on the top bunk bottles in medicine stand upright below it another piece of fabric is tied to a hole on the bed about four feet from the ground did have Steve who was nearly six feet tall and a hundred and eighty five pounds somehow lean in and hang himself from the lower bunk we don't know these are the known facts on July sixth Jeffrey Epstein was booked into the metropolitan correctional center were MCC in downtown Manhattan a federal high security holding facility for inmates awaiting trial suicides at the MCC are rare the last one was fourteen years ago the jail has temporarily housed everyone for Mexican drug lord el Chapo to mafia boss John Gotti and fraud stir Bernie made off MCC is the worst jail or prison I've ever been to by far it's not a club fed it's not a club anything it is dirty it's insect infested rodent infested it was built for about three hundred and fifty and houses over seven hundred inmates are packed in Bruce our cat is the lawyer for abstinence first cell mate fifty two year old nectar tag Leone a brawny former police officer accused of murdering for men they shared a cell in the issue the special housing unit which is considered safe for the general population jails tough place the rules don't exist the way they do in society somebody like Jeffrey obscene unknown elderly rich white male is gonna have a tough time in general population abstain was directing money to be deposited in other inmate's commissary accounts in exchange for his protection sources say because he feared for his life but the government says abstain was suicidal and made his first failed suicide attempt weeks after he arrived according to court documents on July twenty third a guard found abstain on the floor of his cell with the strip of bed sheet around his neck abstain claimed his cellmate nectar tag Leone attacked him I've seen says that Nick tried to kill them next says absolutely nothing like that happened well it's not just Nick says absolutely nothing happened absolutely nothing happened no one says to on their try to kill abstained abstain was moved to the psych unit and placed on suicide watch but one week later abstain at the direction of the MCC psychological staff was taken off suicide watch and required to have an assigned cell mate this was a monumental failure on all levels and that's why it is fueled the conspiracies and I understand that Cameron linsey is a former federal prison warden who should have made sure that he wasn't taken off suicide watch in your opinion the leadership of the facility should of stepped in and so while I appreciate the perspective of U. chief psychologist I'm going to override that decision and we're going to leave abstain on suicide watch is specially subsequent to the suicide attempt that he had I have steam was moved back to the issue and assigned a new cellmate we reviewed photos in interview jail employees to create this composite of the area each tier of the shoe has eight cells usually with two inmates Purcell Eckstine cell to twenty was about fifteen feet away and have a set of stairs from the guard station with the single locked gate between them the gate is the only way in or out of the tier lawyers say the day before F. steam was found dead he was upbeat and looking forward to an appeal hearing on his bail that same day his cell mate was released and no new cellmate was assigned even though he was required to have one Michael Thomas until the no well are the two guards who were working the overnight shift on the shoe court documents say abstain was escorted into his cell by to open a well at approximately seven forty nine PM then the guards didn't check in on him again until shortly after six thirty AM the next morning so they should they should be checked in on every thirty min they should be checked on every thirty minutes it's my understanding based on the documents and I examined the two officers that were working in the special housing unit allegedly falsified the records and did not do any rounds for approximately eight hours how big of a deal is that it's a huge huge deal this is one of the most basic operational aspects of managing a jail or prison instead federal prosecutors say surveillance video makes clear the guards search the internet and appeared to have been asleep both guards were working overtime when you're being forced to stay over ships not gonna see a family you start to see some people take short cuts Tyrone Covington is the president of the union that represents the guards who both now face criminal charges and have pleaded not guilty I absolutely believe that these staff members are being made a scapegoat because it was Jeffrey I was just if the Covington doesn't think there was any foul play and he says there should be surveillance video to prove it in November Attorney General William Barr told reporters he personally reviewed surveillance video that showed nobody entered the area were at Steven was held but sources say a second camera inside the tear the one that could have seen abstain cell door and the doors of other inmates was not working that night the theories that are out there one of them is that it was another inmate who may have killed Jeffrey have stand a come on you don't believe he was found hanging in the cell he had tried to commit suicide before that he was a very wealthy man who was looking a lifetime in prison you know sometimes a cigar is just a cigar so absence taken off suicide watch the day before he killed himself his roommate is removed from the cell the cameras on his tear are not working the guards fell asleep it seems almost impossible to think all of those things could happen and that way it does and that's what makes is so shocking and I mean this is a failure on multiple levels do you think there's any way that Jeffrey absent could have been murdered absolutely unequivocally not there was a note in Jeffrey obscene cell he wrote that one guard kept me unlock shower stall for one hour no well the guard sent me burnt food giant bugs crawling over my hands no fun Dr Michael Baden says if anyone thought Jeffrey up steam was suicidal they wouldn't have let him have a ball point pen it could be used to harm himself or someone else his then we just noticed looking at the photos it appears he had some kind of sleep apnea machine you can see a long electrical cord yes there were other wires and chords present that it would have been easy to used to hang oneself within a few minutes but the key reason doctor Baden things Jeffrey have scenes death might be a homicide is because of the unusual fractures he saw in it seems neck they were fractures of the left the rights thyroid cartilage and the left hi good bone this is an autopsy photo of Epstein's broken hyoid bone a U. shaped bone that sits under the jaw the part of the tongue attach is to the thyroid cartilage sits at the front of the neck I have never seen three fractures like this in a suicidal hanging sometimes there's a fracture of the high bone or a fracture of the thyroid cartilage and not very very unusual to have two and not three and going over over thousand jail hangings suicides in the New York City state prisons of the past forty fifty years no one had three fractures the New York City medical examiner's office disputes Baden's theory saying the fractures of the hyoid bone and cartilage can be seen in suicides and homicides they stand firmly behind their finding of suicide by hanging then there's the two nooses this was the one that was sketch and included in the autopsy by the medical examiner presumably because they thought it was used in apps dean's death but doctor Baden says that news and the wounds on Jeffrey abstains knack don't appear to match what do you say when you see these two things together what I see here is that this news doesn't match the ligature Foro mark it's wider than this to the naked eye it looks like there's some blood here and it doesn't look like there's any blood on this new that's right this looks like a clean news that was never used to compress anybody's neck there's also some that's striking about the photos the wound is down here you'd think of somebody hung themselves the wound would be maybe up here yes most hanging said especially free hangings the ligature slides up to beneath the the jawbone the mandible here it's in the middle of the neck doctor Baden says a wound straight across the neck is more common when a victim is strangled by a wire cord he gets dean's brother mark met with the government and asked to see any forensic testing and any video but they say they were told the ongoing criminal case against the two guards prevents the justice department from releasing any information so the criminal charges are now basically a firewall for the family to get any information from the justice department the charges have also silenced the guards the attorney for guard Michael Thomas says five months after up Steve's death Thomas has still not spoken to investigators were revealed how he alone found at Steve's body disappointed that they never got to face I've seen in court many victims are now angry the

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Charges dropped against 6-year-old children

Mitch Albom

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Charges dropped against 6-year-old children

"Prosecutors say they're dropping charges against two six year old students who were arrested at a Florida elementary school last week by the same officer Riske Flores reports one the children's grandmother is speaking out about her specific incident of course his grandmother was shocked that she was upset because she says that the six year old girl suffers from sleep apnea and they're trying to get that under control meanwhile on Thursday she gets a phone call from the little girl's charter schools saying that the little girl had had a temper tantrum and that she had been arrested by

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"apnea" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"apnea" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"I'M GONNA put that link in the show notes and also I just want to Brag on on your website for just a minute. There is literally early a wealth of information on your website and it's fascinating to me. I've spent a few hours just sort of wandering around around your website and literally it's a wonderful pathway to learn more about incorporating treating treating say in your practice there is there. There's another there's another website that we put together. Specifically for dentists called those integrated practice dot com Tom and that website really in a step by step way takes you through the the questions that you should be asking and the answers to those it sure that shared integrated practice dot com awesome. I'm going to put that in the show Oh notes and then the main site is voice. Life Dot Com is correct that is correct and Brian listeners want to reach out to you. Is there a good way for them to reach out to you Jalek to do that through social media through email how prefer them to reach out to you so you can you can get the in a number of different ways at my social media. I'm at Bryan Ferry. The are Y. A. N. F. R. that's on facebook in late. Then I'm not much of a tweeter so so I put up with the links for facebook and linked in I'll put your link there for both of those emails Brian Devos life perfectly. If you don't mind I'll put I will put your email address their Brian the work that you guys are doing at Viva's is amazing. I know that many any dentist that I mean are trying to sort out how to integrate this in practice and you've put it together in in a very integrated way. That's a term that I'd want to emphasize. It's very integrated and it's very the way it can be applied in practice is offers an ultimate solution. I want to really encourage listeners to learn more about what you're doing. Because it's amazing that I couldn't have said it better. The re used the term integrated a lot and the way the reason that we do was if you try to think about sleep as just another one of those things that you do and you're already multidisciplinary practice then then then what what's going to happen. Is You create of a what I call it a in in my business language I call it a fractured branded spoons green process of integrating brings it to like hygiene. There's a part of dental dentistry we should be looking at this as an overall overall health oral health overall thing and and now I can treat treat this underlying thing the other thing too to think about sleep apnea a sleep disorder breeding all of these kinds of problems also contribute trip to a number of the dentition problems things like brexit and even cavities are are related to this so just if you integrate cranial facial sleep you have a much you're much more likely to be successful than if you try to think about it as something separate you know in a repeat it again Dan that as cool as it is to change people's lives through dental care. Imagine the experience that you can feel by actually saving a life you know O'Brien. I WanNa take a minute and just recognize you. I want to recognize you for the courage off. You've had to muster to overcome the loss of your spouse and to make something beneficial of it and Brian. I'm very appreciative of the work that you're doing very happy to bring to our audience. Thanks for your courage. Thank you very much and I am every single day. I'm honored to be working and walking down this past side by side with forward sinking open and honest Dennis that are really in this to help solve problems critter patient as well. You are truly making a difference and you are saving lives. I want to thank our listeners. we appreciate everyone of you here. At the three shall we now listeners and one hundred seventy eight countries three things you can do to support support our work number one. You can tell a colleague about the podcast. Many dentists have never heard the word podcast. Tell your friends about it a secondly jumping. I tend to raise review you positive review on. It helps find us third thing you can do. You can hit the subscribe but you can do that. I too so you can google play or whatever your podcast directory of choices. If you hit a subscribe that means every Wednesday when we upload a new show it'll be automatically uploaded your listening convenience on that note. Let me simply say thank you for the privilege of your time and tell you look forward to connecting on the next five minutes when you I I sure when you smile smile wow and don't let them know they have one guy. You don't show because Bain was soon they go. Oh when you train as big as ocean revenue dream at.

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"apnea" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"apnea" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"Don't have a clue how to bill medical insurance the proper way to get reimbursed and so that's the fourth area that we focus on your absolutely spot on on that Brian that you know when you look at at the Ada codes you know it's a complicated maze of codes and proper submission submission requirements and so on and now when we go over to am eight codes. It's about ten x the complication what we deal with it is it is and I wanted to focus just real quick on something. That's very important and I think that again every gun is should hear this and really really think about it okay. If if you stand up in a room and introduce yourself as a cardiologist there is a certain level of respect effect that comes with the years of training and the the the arduous task of becoming a cardiologists. You are recognized as an expert in an area that is critical to live a healthy heart now I I would suggest that and quite frankly. I can't tell you how many times I've heard the phrase I'm just a dentist by hear that all the time I would eliminate that qualifier of just right yeah so think about it this way that that cardiologists gets that respect because of how important the heart is and and I would suggest that the guy who works on any of the internal title systems the specialist that works on the brain that you know you you're neuro-surgeons your neurologist all of them. They all have this certain level of respect because because of the the the critical nature of what they treat and what they're an expert on but here's the fascinating thing here's the fascinating fascinating thing none of those internal systems none of the brain the heart the liver none of them work if the mouth isn't working correctly the role of dentistry is one of being most important healthcare rose there are if I break my leg really bad I can cut it off. I can't do that with my jaw great so one of the things that we really focus. John is helping these doctors make a transition from yesterday. I was a dentist which is great to today. I I am a cranial facial sleep medicine expert with a dental practice now having said that this is this is another thing that I focus on a lot and that is that your role in solving this problem can can ingo from here's a palliative treatment to weaken resolve the underlying issue. I was GonNa tell you when I started telling Luneta story that was that was a couple years ago. My daughter's now Savon. He's in the second grade and a couple of weeks ago. I said to my I got remarried. I said to my now her step mom I said to my wife I wanNA take all the kids in and get them have them get their her airway scan and I want sleep studies on all of them my little girl has if you look at a CBC t scan of the Airway they color code the space. The Functional Space White Space Really Good Blues Facing Red's face getting dangerous Chris Black space nothing there my daughter's airway is one hundred percent block when she sleeps one hundred percents and it explains a lot explains a lot so as as we talk about the important days talk talk about the size of the problem we talk about the missing critical role of dentistry. That's what we've developed within the VIVO system. We've developed a way for the the dentist to get the clinical calm confidence clinical competence and the systems required to make it successful inside the practice actress brand new are doing some amazing work and I want to. I want to repeat something you said earlier because this was sort of a lightbulb moment for me and as you said a obstructive sleep apnea is a serious medical condition with a dental solution that's right and I guess I had never heard it explained that in that degree of clarity so as our listeners are hearing this and I imagine that many of our listeners are various ways down the pathway of incorporating sleep component opponent to their practice for some. Maybe they're hearing it for the first time in their intrigued and others. Maybe are on the path to learn more. You've got some amazing resources Ed Ed Vivo Sin. You've been kind enough to offer to share those with our listeners. would you talk a little bit about some of the work that you're doing digitally in terms of education and very Klein offer you put together for our listeners yes so so within devotes We've done a couple of things one in two thousand eighteen reestablished the Institute for Craniofacial Sleep Medicine. This is a a on site hands on school in Denver for all dentists who enroll in our integrated. It'd practice program. They get unlimited access to that resource throughout the entire year. Now we.

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"apnea" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"apnea" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"They have the confidence to do this. We have to fill in the gaps on three other areas area number one on is what I call integration because I can tell you what a lot of the guys that have gotten into this business you walk in the front door of their dental dental office. You walk out the front door of their dental office next door in the suite. They read it. They rented next door so they treat sleep so you've got Dr Dr Jones's Dentistry Dr Jones Asleep and the problem is with that is now you're trying to build two businesses to brands to stories which which is incredibly complicated and it goes. It's anti-theft real therapeutic protocol because it's the people sitting in your chair air that have crooked teeth or swollen adenoids are swollen Thomas. was there a deviated Septum. It's the integration of this into the patient flow that you already have today so we have an entire team that is dedicated to what we call integration the seamless integration into your or existing dental practice that team is made up not of Dennis not of hygienists not of people who spent years and years in dentistry. It's made up of guys like it needed have spent their entire life teaching businesses how to create relationships with their customers. Now I helped now now. We help do that with stations stations. The reality is really important. Trend that every dentist if you don't get anything else from anything that I've talked about today is a really important trend that every dentist should know and that trend is that today versus ten years ago today less than thirty percent percent of people surveyed. This was a survey done by clinic. Quinnipiac can't say the name of the school they did a survey how many people implicitly Klicina trust their doctors and ten years ago. It was eighty seven percent today. It's less than thirty percent now. There's lots of reasons for that what I blame web. MD I blame social media. I blame all these other outlets but patients are more informed today than ever before four drew which which leads us to the third area so the first is the science devices. The second is the integration nation into your practice. The third is what I call the social influence sphere because we work to establish established the doctor as a thought leader and to build a Europe influence in the medical community in the pit within the community community for patients we work and we have very specific programs that are designed to help do that. I'm currently working with fifteen offers offers who are all writing books on this subject and before they got involved with us. They never thought I'm going to write a book but it's all about this this what we call the marketing intelligence service. It's all about bringing to light the expertise that you've now gained in cranial facial sleep and.

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"apnea" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

15:34 min | 1 year ago

"apnea" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"Opioid crisis what we actually have is a a crisis of pain and and when you look at chronic pain there's a number of different sources of chronic pain but one of the leading sources of chronic pain is the lack of regenerative sleep and so a couple of data points now. Here's another data point that I share with a a lot of different dentists in it's usually based on the size of their practice so if you have a a typical dental practice you probably have somewhere between two thousand. There's an end three thousand patients that you already see in your practice and say I would say that number is very accurate for our listeners Brian Bryant you nailed it again. They can vary depending on the you know how many providers and so on but let's use that two to three thousand active patients and the statistics that we have discovered through our own independent research is that in the average dental practice you already see between four and eight hundred patients that suffer from mid mid facial hyper play Retro Napa and therefore a blocked airway wow so clearly regardless of what data we use whether it be the CDC numbers I find interesting about the CDC numbers of fifty million Americans the fundamental flaw there is as you mentioned that's based on the diagnosed condition but eighty percent or undiagnosed the the number is that that's literally the proverbial tip of the iceberg. That's right and I'll tell you this too. I mentioned a little bit earlier but the the gold standard day the the standard of care for someone diagnosed with sleep apnea by a medical doctor asleep physician. The Standard of care is C-PAP PAP now. I as I've been working in the industry I hear all kinds of fancy medical terms things like c-pap intolerant or trying to think what the other one was it. These are fancy ways of saying that nobody wants to go to bed looking like arth mater and I can tell you a hundred percent of my experience is c-pap doesn't work doesn't work because they don't wear it right right and so so the the the fifty or so million people that have been diagnosed or research aware that they have sleep apnea their their challenges analogies. They're facing a life sentence of wearing a mask to bed every night lower. They can't there's a couple of different treatment. Modalities is right you can you can go to c-pap. There's a new one called inspire device which is a lot like a pacemaker. It's surgically implanted and it has a wire that runs runs up through your chest and into your tongue in shocks your tongue every thirty seconds while you're asleep so that it gets out of the way at it. It's an incredibly incredibly invasive procedure but it works then. There's the modality that that you know when I came into this sleep. Dentistry history has been around for ten fifteen years. It's really like you said gaining a lot of popularity but try the traditional approach to sleep. Dentistry is is another palliative solution in a mandibular advancement device something that's GonNa Force the job forward and make it so that the airwaves as open which I say all the time on stage in spite of the fact that I don't necessarily believe it. It doesn't matter how you treat this condition. You gotTA treat it. You gotta treat it so what we do. In Vivo slightly different our approach is difference based on the Science Ryan Newman pedic's and based on the science that we can actually re instruct the jaw to grow. You're you're giving me a wonderful bridge that is happening very organically in the centre Brian. We didn't talk about this but I love the organic nature of our conversation as you might suspect Brian. I'm a nerd and I wear that nerd badge with honor and and I would politely suggest that the vast majority of our listeners are nerds as well and again. I'm using that as a term of endearment so let's get a little nerdy here you introduce me to a wonderful term that I had not heard before and I I wanNA give you credit for introducing me to that and that's EPA genetics in dentistry. Can can you talk a little bit about the science of EPA genetics dentistry necessarily mean clinically but help our listeners understand what that means sir. You're going to be cool discussion. That's going to be quite enlightening so so I want to give a little bit of framework so it hasn't isn't than that long that we actually understood at least at a very high level genetics and end the role that the genes play in the development of our bodies and it wasn't long after that that this term EPI genetic attic was we'll call it discovered and and the continent the high level concept is that there are changes that happened over time in our bodies that is based on one hundred percent on our jeans and the the sequence of genes and we all know about about genetic defects in those those caused problems in the development of different systems in the body EPA genetics is really a a a a way of looking at changes that happen in the body that can't be tied to genetics for example it takes about thirty thousand years ears for gene expression to change so if we look at that statistic that we said earlier that one hundred fifty a few years ago a much lar- much lower percentage of the population have this craniofacial problem and that they getting worse through social and cultural changes that isn't EPA genetic change. It's being the expression of the genes is being hampered or changed by an outside force so at its highest level that is an EPA changed. Now I want to introduce you and the listeners I to another concept and this is taken from a book that Dr Dave Sang wrote fifteen years ago but of Obama introduce you to a term that he calls the spatial Matrix hypothesis and the spatial Matrix hypothesis is essentially this if you take take your left hand and put it out in front of you and then you take your right hand in stretch it out in front of you. You'll notice that both live your arms. Barring some genetic defect goals of your arms are exactly the same length. Your fingers are exactly the same way. One gene sequence has created two of everything a right side an elect side in their opposite form and yet they are exactly the same way your legs or the same link feet of the same toys the same lake your nostrils are the same size unless you have a developmental issue and that developmental issue can come by like we said genetic defect or it can and become it can come from a an EPA genetic force so when we look at patients who struggle with or have a developmental issue in the cranial base ace we can identify that by this by the symmetry or the balance in their face we can identify hi it EPA genetically by looking at for example the size of their nose a size of their nostrils or where there is our positioned on their face or whether jaws are all of this ties back to this notion what dr saying calls the spatial Matrix hypothesis and that is that every cell in your body not only knows I need to create. I need to be a finger but it also knows where in Space Jason Time to exist now when you are born and we talked about that for aerodynamic feature of the jaws being way back breath there are stem cells which are there to instruct the jaws where in space and time to go the genetic coating is there what has happened is we have prevented that development by these cultural changes or or however you want to look at that we've prevented or stunted to grow when you when you apply the principles of epigenetics if you can imagine it this way in the University University universes constantly expanded right and where there's a void energy and matter will fill the void that's how the universe expands and it's very it's very much the the same way in our bodies where there is a void. Something is going to fill it. The science of new Mo- pediatrics and craniofacial upper genetics is to intentionally fill that space so that we can create the functional space in the airway you you guys are voice. You are really advancing the knowledge in the work that you're doing and craniofacial epigenetics in particular and you've identified four key areas. Where were you're making contributions in the work that you're doing? I think it might be useful for our listeners to hear about those four areas. Would you mind rattling those off so breath. It's the topic of craniofacial epigenetics four areas. We're Busey's making a contribution. Well I so in every conversation about what we're doing it bebo spins with one simple statement and that is our mission to rid the world of the obstruction that causes obstructive sleep apnea now. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA share a side story just to kind of set the stage for why these four areas are so important and here's the here's the side story about three months ago my daughter who's now seven inch and she was three when her mom died in fact the morning that I found her a i. I opened the door. My wife had not gotten up and gotten around. I opened the door to our bedroom and my three year old was in bed with her mom who had been gone for several hours and she looked at me. She was holding her mom's hand. She looked at that means daddy's mom she's a daddy mommy's cold and she won't wake up and I instantly knew that she was gone. Now fast forward Lord a couple of years and I was sitting on an I'm sorry to sidetrack here I was I was sitting on the couch with my little. Oh girl who was then now five so a couple of years after and we're we're watching the Super Bowl I. I'm an advertising Geek nerd if you will to those I'm watching the ads and she's sitting on my lap and there was a commercial that came on for a drug called Lou Nesta Sta which is asleep and the headline. We've all likely seeing those ads or hurt him Yep Yep the headline was You'll fall asleep and not wake up and my little girl turns me in fright and said why would anyone want you. You know my goodness and so I I set that stage because these four areas where v Bose has really it is seeking to make a contribution are that's the that's the Y. Right that's why we make this contribution but here's the thing every conversation about what we're doing at Viva's begins with ridding the world of the obstruction that causes obstructive sleep apnea and we do ah targeting the underlying cause in eighty seven percent of the cases which is mid facial underdevelopment but as you've been bed sharing with us some of the clues I can imagine some of our listeners literally right now being at starbucks standing being in line. I have lying people in line. you know I'm I'm thinking you know for example you mentioned that you know when when it comes down onto spatial matrix hypothesis that you know in in the ideal world the the the left the left and the right side or or matching nostrums cups pre example but I'll bet there someone in line looking at someone's face wait a minute. Those nostrils aren't aren't aren't the same you can't you can't unsee it. I have have some hilarious videos on my phone one that I just took a couple of weeks ago I was flying from Salt Lake City. The Denver which of course is not a very long flight and the guy that was sitting next to me. I have hit. I got his permission but I got pitchers of him. Sleeping snoring. He tilts his head way back in the chair so that he can open his airway guys does in his mid forties. Maybe ways of bucks I mean he's he's definitely off with this idea. The normal what we were taught to be the group yeah you would have never thought this guy had a had sleep apnea but I counted twelve the apnea events in thirty second period of time which puts him at twenty four in a in a minute which puts him at mild moderate if not severe sleep happening now those are just that's. Just you know my unscientific ear but you know here's the thing so we talked about earlier that sleep dentistry has it's kind of been on the minds of Dennis for for a number of years. When I first got involved with the company we had trained over seven hundred fifty doctors in in numerous edicts that dates back ten years? If we look at that roster of Dennis that had gone through our against courses on cranial facial epigenetics addicts on treating the underlying condition that causes this problem about twelve percent of them had actually done a case and so and when I first got involved I said the science and the Medical Devices Patented Medical Devices is one quarter order our business the other four areas that we have to focus on is making it so these doctors when they understand the science and they comprehend it..

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"apnea" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

13:17 min | 1 year ago

"apnea" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"Leeann have a great lifestyle but more importantly to I want to help people and once you have once you begin to understand the role of dentistry inustry in sleep medicine you can't on learn it and more importantly you can't unseat it and you'll we'll see it you'll see in your dental chair every single day. Somebody asked Media Day how many people suffer from this edition and I always respond with how many people I'll have to have their wisdom teeth taken out almost all of them and actually I actually the hard the hard data on that Brian I I work with a lot of oral surgeons and have for for many years in my consulting work and Amos the American association role maximum facial surgeons a published a white paper and the data from Amos and correct me if you have more current data but the correct the information from Amos said that eighty five percent of the population needs needs to have their wisdom teeth removed for clinical reasons eighty five percent and in the ballpark. That's right that's right. Those are the same statistics that we we look at now. Here's here's the interesting thing and again. I I WANNA remind listeners. I'm an evangelist Nada dentist I have I go to dental school in fact most of my life. I did everything in my power to avoid going to the dentist in fact my my dentist is a side note my dentist here aurum. I walk in the front door. His whole staff is waiting for me with an IB knock me out. Wake me up when it's over. I've never been good at going to the decks so having said that I know that everybody has to have their wisdom teeth taken out in fact I grew up in a generation when that was just that was part of coming of age. It's everybody gets their wisdom teeth taken out. That's but here's the here's the interesting thing I'm a big history boss. I I watched hundreds of documentaries doc enterprise on history. When did we start taking out wisdom teeth hundred years ago two hundred eighty what's GonNa guess even shorter but yeah it's literally a blink of the eye in the timeline of evolution and so if look at the if you look at the cranial facial region and its development over the past years just in sixty years we've gone from about sixty percent of the people need there was taken out who eighty two the problem is getting worse and why is it I I described it again because I'm not a dentist? I described it to Guinness like this the other day we treat wisdom teeth in a very similar way to if this is the play this scenario out my my little girl who's now seven years old. She's she went into the second grade this year now. Can you imagine me going into the doctor's offices say Hey doc Y- it. She's she's grown and I needed to cut off three does is they don't fit shoes anymore and that's that's pretty much. How we look at Wisdom Brag humans are born with thirty two teeth and they should all sit and if you look at the historical record going back five thousand years we there's a couple of great studies one by Dr Quirkiness that shows that humans were always born with thirty two teeth and they all sit it? We didn't start seeing Malik Luzon until really the industrial revolution and why is that because three things have changed just three things have changed and most most of the dentist will notice that three things have changed one humans are net to breastfeed their children for two three years. Most babies are lucky to get two to three weeks. The second thing is somebody at Gerber decided that we need to mush up their food further transitional period so we created baby for a very soft diet in fact Gerber advertises food that melts in your mouth. You don't have to choose so you're not gonNA choke right but for five thousand years huma babies would start non bones and eating carrots and beef jerky and all that kind of stuff for thousands of years then after we give him baby food we moved them into the American Diet McDonald's in all of these processed foods that require no massification while the cranial facial region when when we're born the upper and lower lower jaws are set way back up underneath the cranial base so that we're aerodynamic and when he did out that development of the jaws requires the mask of food see a lot of people think that breastfeeding is a suckling action. It's not chewing on that triggers those themselves in causes them the stem cells to instruct the upper and lower jaws go out down in forward where they're supposed to be but doc because of these cultural changes we we look at this and this is really one way of looking at F. Genetics. This isn't a genetics problem this is this is such environmental issues created by our cultural dynamics that have caused this problem and it's making it worse today wore eighty two percent that you've said eighty seven a week he was eighty. Two percent of all people need their wisdom teeth taken out what percentage of kids have to have their tonsils taken out what percentage of kids have to have their ad mistake now. What percentage of kids have deviated Septum what percentage of kids have crooked or crowded teeth? All of these are signs that those the upper and lower jaw are not developing the way that we're designed to develop you know Bryan you've not heard me lecture but attend one of my lectures. I I use a phrase Mr the beginning of the course where I like to say the dentistry rocks that's my story and I'm sticking to it and one of the reasons why I believe dentistry rocks Brian is is that we literally have the opportunity to change people's lives every day and you hit it right on the nail head when you said what are the two driving factors I for most dentists have become a dentist. The two driving factors are they want to help people and secondly they would like to be able to earn a decent living having to be able to take care of their family and loved ones and while we have the opportunity to change people's lives everyday like for example well Brian. You probably know that although I am not a dentist I do only dental practice here in Phoenix. It's one of five states you know to be a dentist on a practice and we do a fair amount of of esthetic or cosmetic dentistry in our practice. It's a general practice where you know a typical patient new patient in his hey. I have a toothache. Can you help me but we also do some really cool. What I call high value services things like cosmetic dentistry and we can take a patient should that has you know some funky dentition I think the way the kids would referred to it these days as they have a jacked up grill right Paula Tim I two dentists are both extremely well trained in aesthetic dentistry and they can provide a beautiful functional aesthetic case that looks absolutely gorgeous and and you literally can see the patient changed the way they look at themselves their their self confidence goes up there you know the way they feel about themselves their the way they carry themself alternate and you literally see a patient transform in front of your eyes and as cool as that is that kind of change what we're we're talking about is an altogether another level on this and that is that you have the opportunity to save lives news and I know you know this but I don't believe that I'm being too dramatic to make that statement? I made that statement eightman every day and I would add to that statement that you have the opportunity to help correct some of the conditions Sion's that are the result of sleep disordered breathing that literally changes lives gives gives people their lives back. I'll tell you a quick story in one of the least or I would say most prevalent misdiagnoses out there I talked about Adhd but there's another one in your rhesus or wetting the bed now most people who have teenagers who still wet the bed. We'll I'll tell you something like well. They just sleep so heavy. They can't wake up or they're. They're so soundly family asleep. I'd even tried to wake them up and remind them that they need to go to the bathroom and so those mothers I can tell you that that I've met hundreds hundreds of mothers that are dealing with teenagers or adolescent injuries and it is one of the most as a parent is one of the most challenging things because you feel feel so bad for you or your little girl right. They can't go on campus with their friends. They can't go do sleepovers. I can't do any of that stuff. Is there so embarrassing now. What we now know is what's really happening is they're not ever entering REMM sleep because they have have sleep disordered breathing or they're? They're having sleep apnea events and what is really happening we think now we don't know for sure but what's really really happening is the brain will not go without what it needs. It needs oxygen. It needs not nitric oxide it. It will not go without it and the very first place that it's going to steal it from is the bladder and as soon as the oxygen it sucked out of the bladder flattered ladder releases bet now that's just one example I can tell you that's just one example of how our dentists when treating reading this in adolescence it. They're not treating sleep apnea their their mother didn't come in and say I'm worried about sleep apnea right. They're retreating something. That's GONNA literally change their life. We have we have hundreds of stories like this but one in particular this little guy was he's fifteen years old. We've never rabbin on a date never hang out with his friends. He's totally embarrassing. What's that he was in treatment for less than three weeks has never wet the bed since would've what a life changing occurrence for him absolutely well? We talked a little bit about the incident and you made the reference to wisdom teeth removal all net number being somewhere between eighty to eighty five percent. I want to circle back to that. What data do you have a about the size of the potential control patient base in the US that can benefit from successfully treating obstructive sleep apnea what I'm GonNa give you a couple of the different data points so the first one is the CDC's estimate on how many people how many adults suffer from firm obstructive sleep apnea and their estimates are somewhere around fifty millions fifty million Americans out of three hundred thirty million Americans suffer from obstructive sleep apnea now they there's an there's always an asterix at the end of these statistics in the reason is the the estimates on how many people suffer from this are based on how many people are diagnosed but we know that eighty percent of people who suffer from sleep disorder breeding including obstructive sleep apnea are undiagnosed have no idea that they have it so so really some of the other statistics that you should look at is statistics on how many how many people in the United States are taking opioid pills for pain? I'll tell you a crazy statistic that I just read the other day here. In the State of Utah. We have a county emery county. It's it's a very small county. Hardly anyone lives there and in the in the county only one pharmacy in the entire county and over the last last five years that pharmacy has ordered enough opioid pills to give every single person that lives in the cownie Johnny Sixty two pills a year out. We hear a lot in the news about the.

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"apnea" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

12:44 min | 1 year ago

"apnea" Discussed on The Thriving Dentist Show with Gary Takacs

"I think you're really going to enjoy this interview. with my friend Bryan ferry here. We go why mentioned in the intro that I have a wonderful full guest today and also an amazing topic and our topic today is the whole evolution Shen of treating sleep medicine in your practice sleeping a sleep disorders. and I have an amazing guest on the show Bryan. I'm Ryan you are the chief evangelist and Marketing Officer at a company called Vivo S- Therapeutics. GotTa Love Anybody with a title of Chief Evangelist Correct Yeah. It's Kinda the running joke but I guess when I get on stage. IV sound more like a preacher than I so. You're a business guy so well. I'm pretty excited about what you're doing to educate Denison the world of obstructive sleep apnea job and I'll share some information with you really with our listeners because I know you know this Brian and that is that this is the number one clinical the topic in dentistry today and I know you know that but I'm not sure that our listeners do so I wanted to make sure that they knew that take but this is you know it's funny how clinical topics sort of wax and wane you know in in terms of interest within the profession and and treating sleep disorders is the number one clinical topic today in Dentistry and I'm very excited to have you on the on the show very excited for our listen to hear what you're doing it Vivo and also we'll get to it in a minute but you have very personal interest in this topic and why don't we go ahead and start there Bryan. Would you be kind enough to share a little bit of your background and expertise with our listeners and then if you would would share where your passion comes from about this sure I'd love to do that. Thank you again for having me on the show. It's it's rather exciting. You know I often start this story with a might experience with sleep apnea. The first time I experienced sleep apnea was little more than sixteen years ago on the night that I got married and I S- I share this funny story. We got into bed and it's a crazy day. We just had the wedding got into bed and has has we drifted off to sleep. My wife suddenly started making this little purring sound that was kind of like being in bed with a cat and and I thought I remember thinking to myself. Oh that is so cute she snores and within about fifteen minutes. We went from purring like a cat to roaring like a lion to shaking the tree house that we were sleeping in Belize an I literally went from Gosh is the cutest thing other to what what hell of I got myself into right and you know carry and I were We were great friends. We had an awesome life together together and that I experienced led down a path and I I like to share this because most people and I and I'm not talking about doctors dentists sanest. Most people have no clue what obstructive sleep apnea is and the destructive nature of that disease and what I mean by data's there right now today we know of about thirty co morbid diseases that are directly linked to sleep apnea things like depression Russian early onset Alzheimer's allergies. ADHD chronic pain chronic fatigue FIBROMYALGIA. All of these issues are directly linked to sleep apnea specifically obstructive sleep apnea now. I'm here to tell you that as a normal guy out there in the world living with I live in to shake the house down. I had no clue but what I have have learned now and why this has has become such an important mission for me. Is that you know on September. Excuse me in October twenty seven thousand fifteen. I kissed my wife tonight for last night it. She went to sleep about eleven. Thirty coroner tells me that she passed away about twelve thirty and she was you know a lot of people don't realize that people die from sleep apnea. Although there's a lot of famous people that we know have died from sleep apnea Justice Scalia for example died from the effects of sleep apnea but in a lot of people don't realize that in for a while might as I was doing this mission for a while it was the the mission in was. I'M GONNA prevent another guy from losing his his wife or I'm GonNa present prevent another child from losing your mom but now it's kind of evolved because because those co Morbid Diseases that I rattled off a second ago my wife suffered from all of those she was diagnosed at seven with depression Russian. She was put on antidepressants twelve. She was kicked out of her house at Sixteen for behavioral problems. She was in a car accident. When she fell asleep at the wheel she had chronic pain chronic fatigue the night that she died she took nine different medications for those nine different co morbid conditions and in in our entire experienced together living through sleep apnea being diagnosed given she was given a c-pap secured before she died? I don't ever remember wearing it. No one ever connected those dots for us. No one ever said if we correct this underlying problem of sleep apnea. We're going to get rid of the depression. We're going to get rid of the anxiety. We're going to get rid of the conic. no-one said that so it as I give my store and how I got involved with this mission unfortunately it was in the aftermath of losing my wife but more importantly now I get to stand on stage and talk to people individuals and families mothers and fathers isn't sons and daughters and get to explain and help them to understand what might really be going on. I live in Utah and here in Utah. It's not a a huge state but I just read a report that in two thousand nineteen ninety seven thousand kids were put on psychotropic drugs for Adhd. Jack and sleep is the leading cause so you know I I spent an illustrious career in business strategy and marketing and Development Elbit and I I now say that every professional experience every personal experience I've ever had has led me to this point where I get to work with dentists rush and doctors from around the world to really make an impact in this place well Brian First of all on behalf of myself and I know our listeners feel the same way our condolences for the loss of Kerry so very sorry to hear that I knew the backstory very sorry to hear that but it's clear at your your passion comes from thank you I can't think of a more profound position position to to become passionate about something then grabs the loss of a loved one so Brian. I'm I'm sorry you had to experience the loss of Kerry to become evangelist about this but you have a mission and passion for telling the story. You know it's interesting. I WANNA go down this path a little bit Brian I wanna I wanNA make a correction I was. I was trying to make you sound French but you actually pronounce your last name. ferry like the tooth fairy. Is that correct that is correct well. I guess our French listeners might try to pronounce it the French way but of course I'd never had the opportunity opportunity to meet Kerry but I suspect that she did not fall into the traditional what what most dentists have been taught in school of the at Risk Group. You're exactly right you know talk about that and let's talk about the misperceptions around round who's at risk yeah so the suit this'll take us down really interesting path but I think that one of one of the things that I talk about on a regular basis now is the myths that are associated with obstructive sleep apnea for example. You know commit middle aged fat guys have sleep apnea right with right with look look like linemen. That's who were taught to idea risk group right right and what's interesting now is there's a couple of studies that have been released. It actually demonstrate that middle age men become fat because they have sleep apnea. Eh Sleep apnea. disrupts the the the re-genesis pattern that we do when we're asleep and it messes with our metabolism awesome and causes us. You know you hear all these people all the time. I've dieted. I've exercised. I can never lose weight. Will that's because your system is completely out of whack and and by losing sleep you're not going into your cells can't regenerate and and that is what causes you to become obese so I mean if you look at Kerry you would have never guessed although although in about eighty seven percent of cases of obstructive sleep apnea condition is due due to an and here's a couple of scientific terms for the conditioners due to mid facial hyperplasia underdevelopment of mid face or return attorney ethic jaws so underdevelopment of the upper and lower jaws now if you were to look at photographs of carry now that I know what I know you could easily early diagnosis just from looking at photos in fact. I'll tell you a funny story back in probably the the early two thousands. My business was doing really well and I sat my wife down one day and I said listen I we're doing good. I'm GONNA give you a bucket list. Item anything that you want. You can have anything that you want and see responded. I WANNA nose job allow. She always thought he had a big nose so it was you wasn't a tropical the vacation now the German sports car I was I was thinking we'd be going to Siberia or something like that right right and so so I did I took her to the to a couple of plastic surgeons and interestingly both of them. Both of these plastic surgeons refuse to do anything anything to her nose. They said you have a beautiful house and but what is going on you have a really small job and so what you should do is write your job. Move it forward but some plates in there and put your job at works. Let's you and then your face would fit your nose now. Of course course I didn't know that that was the reason she had observed sleep apnea or that it was the thing that was ultimately going to take your life or done it. Ah on it but now that I know what I know about these mid stay soul and cranny craniofacial under development I would have been able pick up on it years and years ago and now the part of my curse and all of your listeners if they really start to get into the science in the end the underlying is ecology in the morphology of craniofacial development. You can't stand in line at starbucks not pick it out. Isn't it so true when you know this. You can't unknow it anymore. Kenya that's right you can't you can't unlearn it. You know I was I was on stage a couple of months ago speaking due to a group of dentists from around the world we're in Moscow Russia and while I was on the stage I I made this statement and I think this is poignant for for every dentist to here and that is when you went into dentistry you had two purposes one. I want to be able to take care of my family..

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Struggling Fitbit Adds Subscription Service, Launches New Do-Everything Watch

Business Wars Daily

05:09 min | 1 year ago

Struggling Fitbit Adds Subscription Service, Launches New Do-Everything Watch

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney beaus. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p._b._a. Dot com slash b w daily <hes> <hes> uh from wondering i'm david brown and this is business wars daily at the start of a new week happy labor day friends for those of you who have a smart watch. We have a question. How necessary do you find. We're betting that you just might leave the house without it sometimes but that your smartphone phone is always with you that sound familiar well the makers of smart watches or on a quest to make them just as essential to our everyday lives as our smartphones are and to do that apple and rival fit have been transforming their watches from relatively simple fitness trackers into potentially life-saving digital health devices. You may have heard our story in february about fitbit and apple watch users who said their lives were saved when they're smart watches alerted them to very fast or very slow heartbeats and they sought medical help will now fit bid is transforming its devices into accessories that do everything from tracking your heart rate to your weight loss to your sleep and beyond last week it announced a new ten dollars a month subscription service called fitbit premium. The service offers workouts access to health coaches and personalized health reports but you can and bring to your doctor. The company also announced the next version of its smartwatch the versa too in a humorous ad campaign called. What else could they do. Fit bit implied that diversity versity can do pretty much anything. One of the most significant changes is that you can now talk to the versa using amazon's alexa voice technology the fitbit ad campaign shows users ranging from herod workers to sweaty exercisers commanding the versa to to delay a meeting call up a spotify playlist ensured that they're entree really is begin even provide conversation fodder for a first date. The implication is that the verse two is essential to helping you get through your days as the campaigns punchline. The versa too can do virtually everything you could want but it can't predict whether you'll get a second date. The two hundred dollar our watch will go on sale. September fifteenth behind the humor is a serious likely painful transformation of fitbit strategy for the last couple of years the price your apple watch soared word in sales while fitbit's business struggled analysts say shoppers were willing to pay higher prices for more features including apples e._k._g. App and a fall detector hector up against such tough competition fitbit has had a tough time. Its stock price was down to less than three dollars. A share prior to this announcement so fitbit's bits leaders are attempting to morph the device maker into a software and services company that will generate profits from subscriptions starting with the new fitbit premium sure sure the initial service offers consumer wellness services but i wonder whether fitbit's devices and future smart watches from all companies will continue to be seen as fun consumer boomer trackers or were they'll cross the line and become outright medical devices after all fitbit promises that subscription service will eventually help you manage of chronic conditions like diabetes heart disease high blood pressure and sleep apnea and fitbit claims all of the data you'll be able to track will help your physician improve. Move your care as fit transformed from a hardware company into a software services maker. It's prophets are taking a hit but overtime. Fitbit won't just just be more help centric business. It's likely to become financially healthier too <music> from wondering this is business wars daily. Hey listen if you like our show. Hop on over your favorite podcast app. Give us five star rating truly helps other listeners by this and we are so thanks for listening. I'm david brown will be back in this episode is brought to you by centro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk has never been simpler than with centro online from pitney bowes with simple online line is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats packages right from your p._c. And you were back to business in no time. Try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit p._b. Dot com slash v._w. Daily that's p._b. Dot com slash b w daily.

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"apnea" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"apnea" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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Should You Trust An App With Your Mental Health?

The Rundown

12:28 min | 1 year ago

Should You Trust An App With Your Mental Health?

"Is how are people using their smartphones as tools right now and how is that kind of slowly changing over time I mean it's a circus using this tool for mental health or tools for anything tools for mental health okay so people are using their their smartphones as tools for mental health and a lot of interesting exciting and the first wave I think what we're learning is certainly there are not to help out with the category and there may be up to ten thousand of them if you try to estimate the number there's no real official count because I'll come and go they get deleted but I'll be say ten thousand dental health laid out your mood trackers their symptom trackers there is medication Cocker you can measure quantify a lot of things after stand to live the clearance of mental health it also affect can deliver services they can help deliver therapy they can deliver mind Paul that state can deliver different aspects of treatment remotely the war also learning is people are using apps aren't explicitly mental health topics to to help to mental health some people are using social media out you're kind of how it works section to be more connected to reach out to people some people are using apps for exercise and fitness and that certainly can be benefiting their mental health some people using apps to kind of protect themselves dig into situations where they feel at risk of a relapsing intriguing more alcohol or they feel unsafe kind of quickly reach out to people that the safety net so we're seeing people using these to kind of help wanted Terter symptoms help intervene kind of have interventions under some help that two people hello wait to exercise help health safety net so it's a really broad way that people are using about that it's always the whole thing yeah it seems like it's you know you mentioned ten thousand have seems like there are so many options out there for people to use to get help for any number of things I mean you mentioned fitness and wellness and all these different types of apps are there any particular ones that are kind of rising to the top in popularity when it comes to mental health you know it's a really good question saying what are the most popular or most like mental health topics and hard it's tricky because the apps themselves are always updating and changing or if you think that your own phone how many times and after the one stop date and sometimes the Quebec almost every week so much everybody it's always a very dynamic landscape and what to talk about the one week it may be a completely different out next week to say how they look different what also tricky to kind of see what the best opportunity to hard to say you know what is the best anti depressant or what is the best type of therapy and you would say well it probably depends on the person the contacts and so the old mess what would match the in some ways they can kind of be the same with dental health cool thank you could say what something that really is going to to maps to someone and the right tool and in some ways star ranking so even rankings on I tunes are and what sort of it shows up first the search selection as far stars it had a water views that doesn't really tell you much about hell the kind of story like to tell about that is you're used to be a blood pressure out and what you do is you kind of put your finger over the kind of home screen on your phone and the adequate so your blood pressure is great you're doing a fantastic job and no matter what you put your finger and don't matter who it always is so your blood pressure is still great you're doing even better job basically the opposite the gimmick it's just that every time you have the best blood pressure world good job and Alcott really high reviews people says the greatest apnea my doctor tells me I'm not doing well if you to watch my diet it is absolutely great I had almost five stars thousands of reviews all positive in the end if you can just tell it was it was not a useful operators of giving people wrong information and the point being folks about she done studies we've looked at kind of the medical quality of detox and medical utility and show that doesn't really quarterly or mac chopped to what the star ratings are or what the number of user reviews so I can kind of give you some ideas popular but just because it's popular doesn't really mean you're going to kind of know what's going to be medically or psychiatrically useful for you from subway is it can be a little hard to say what is the top back because one these things are always changing into we don't really that the stars can be a little bit misleading and the number you can be a little bit misleading absolutely yeah so it what I'm gathering and what kind of kind of seems important to mention is that you shouldn't be fully relying on an app it could just be another tool in your toolbox and just because a lot of smartphone users says that the app is great it doesn't mean that your doctor would say it's great necessarily exactly or even your friend your parents in other your child it's it's hard to know right either such there somebody's tools out there they all work so differently do the option of study that our group did we collaborate the group in Australia to block talk institute and we actually looked at what are the medical claims around mental health issues out from age with you we D. opt for description three out may say no helps reduce depression and will minimize anxiety and then we did is we have to follow up those claims we kind of went to the library went on the internet we said Hey Kendall claims be backed up with evidence of the after saying it does this thing doesn't really do it and what we found was only have about two percent of the outside she would back up the claim of some type of evidence you can imagine percent not a large number that means ninety eight percent of our kind of our they're not bringing any accidents are crucial you why they should earn your trust order kind of may be exaggerating their claims are kind of extrapolating a little bit I don't think they're trying to mislead people per se but it's certainly the case where you can't really trust everything you're seeing on there and one reason I think that's important for everyone listened to think about is a lot he dropped me look like that a collapse they may have a picture of phone a white coat in the hospital in the backround ambulance and it's a but really very they if you read the fine print it says you know we're a health and wellness you still who cares of the health and wellness topics of medical after the difference becomes legal not a health and wellness out doesn't have to follow all the medical privacy rules that the government has set in place to kind of keep your medical data I've been here if it's a health and wellness center it's kind of like posting something to internet formed up publicly opened the rules are much more promising about what happened to your daughter who sees your data who gets the actions that a lot of these medical out again I even I'm using the word right there lawyers out that look like they're better collapse actually health and well without it because of that they're not really supporting U. as the user of the any of the protections that you kind of are expecting your gas I see okay so yes so it's important for our listeners to know to just kind of approach with caution don't plunge into the deep end on these apps in obviously people are very sensitive about their their medical history all of that sensitive information and so when you're given the absolute that information it's important to to be careful and know where that information is going and also just be cautious of the apps so I mean clearly there are some risks that kind of coincide with the benefits aside from potential you know sharing of information or data or confusing a medical lab with the health and wellness AB are there any other risks that all users should be aware I know I think we kind of touch from earlier but clearly directly benefit to using this tool to return extra tool kind of in your tool kit of things that will kind of help you but I think the thing is if especially the new diagnosis your new symptoms are not sure what's going on it's best to talk to your your family kept their family practice doctor a psychiatrist and therapist because sometimes things that feel like depression or anxiety can have medical causes underlying you get before you kind of say Hey this a psychiatric I want to try to digital pop from the tree that you really want to know what you're treating the most important thing because sometimes there can be say a hormone if your thyroid and I can look just like depression so you don't want to kind of be using one of these pop forms when the diagnosis of the match and I think if you do find one is popcorn beautiful it's worth calling a treatment provider that you work with again be it a primary care doctor family doctor or therapist or psychiatrist Hey I'm using this this is why I like it that's what I'm doing it's important that kind of you don't want to fight with your care you don't want to outsource part of your care here and no one else that kind of is overseeing your medical care or kind of even a family member knows all the different pieces are tools you're using but it's always good to keep someone to live again and say Hey here's how do you think you can match at the extreme cases you don't want one after the diet one doing exercise wanted to medications once the direct line of this one to boot the dead man you're kind of begin fragmenting account all these pieces of that can have just overall negative outcomes by think think your detox is kind of extra extra boost I actually think you can use to kind of get used to a tough spot after you kind of know what you're doing while you're using it and then they can be useful yeah absolutely out of curiosity are there any apps that you use on a daily basis or weekly basis so not that I use right now but I've tried a lot of the and folks have brought me a lot of them to look at and I think I see one of the most impressive suite of apps I recommend to people that actually made by the veterans administration DBA and what I like about the VA oxes are completely free there's no hidden costs are the restrictions the great privacy policy says we don't take your data it's very easy to understand you can check it out yourselves the VA is actually done a lot of research on digital mental health and apps so you can feel confident they've got to look at these tool they've had patients involved in designing the the head commissions that had researchers and they're pretty easy to use the VA apps and you don't have to be just a veteran taxes on their sweet anyone if you just search for the A. acts library or you'll find on the iTunes store and the entrance or I think those are pretty exciting apps to use again because that they have zero cost there's an act that I haven't directly use but I read about a lot in research papers called in telecare you're through from Northwestern University in Chicago and that's interesting applicants idea is instead of kind of watching maybe a thirty minute lecture on therapy of your phone which is pretty hard to stick with you you see out for thirty seconds to kind of learn to re frame of thought you master if you download the new app if you can if you set it is very short bursts over over you can download new apps that your tool kit so I think in telecare versus the different ways to that sort of mental

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"apnea" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"apnea" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Someone's drinking troubling you you might be surprised at what you can learn in Allen on or Alex you family just like you call one eight eight eight four Allen on we'll go to Alan on dot org there are a ton of social networking websites but one stands apart for a very special reason this one saves lives it's matching donors dot com matching donors dot com links organ donors with people in need of kidney and other transplants if you've ever considered becoming a living organ donor or if you're someone in need of an organ transplant visit matching donors dot com home of the greatest gift of all the gift of life matching donors dot com obstructive sleep apnea may sound like snoring but it can also sound like a car they are seven times more likely to be involved in a fatal car accident twenty times from high blood times more likely to suffer a stroke all times more likely to suffer a heart attack in their sleep one of the only sound like snoring sleep apnea is a serious and even life threatening condition but it can be successfully treated installed with an oral and facial surgeon is part of the sleep medicine team to find out if you're storing is more than just north ruling facial surgeons are the experts in face mouth and jaw surgery learn more about obstructive sleep apnea mindful and six hundred W. R. E. C. at ninety two point one FM Jeffrey Goldberg.

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Westfield High School, Hackensack University Medical Center Nelson And France discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:17 min | 1 year ago

Westfield High School, Hackensack University Medical Center Nelson And France discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"With the woman who plan to marry Westfield high school principal Derek Nelson is suing Hackensack university Medical Center Nelson donated bone marrow to a student in France and went into a coma the lawsuit seeks unspecified damages and measures to prevent another tragedy like what happened to Westfield high school principal Derek Nelson who just wanted to help a kid he'd never met the negligence here could it happen in any procedure it's negligence in the administration of anaesthesia it has nothing to do with doctor Nelson donating bone marrow attorney David Maisie represents Nelson's fiance they had a young daughter and what I've been married last month he says the anesthesiologist failed to monitor Nelson who was at a slightly higher risk because he had sleep apnea I don't know when we'll find out during a lawsuit with this anesthesiologist was doing during the procedure but clearly wasn't monitoring Dr Nelson's oxygen Nelson was in a coma for several weeks he died in April Sonya Rincon ten ten wins news I can sack meridian health put out a statement saying we were saddened by the tragic death of Dr Derek Nelson and have shared our deepest sympathies with his family his students the community his friends and colleagues who touched the leaves a remarkable legacy as an educator and veteran the lawsuit because all of the statement goes on to say that they cannot comment on the lawsuit itself during

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South Korean Dies After Self-Immolation at Japanese Embassy in Seoul

America's Truckin' Network

04:24 min | 1 year ago

South Korean Dies After Self-Immolation at Japanese Embassy in Seoul

"On a Friday night into Saturday morning and are very busy first hour we're going to get you caught up to date with some of the industry headlines we will then move it over to bill said Dennison is got a very action packed day D. and racing report for you we also have coming up your mega millions numbers we got a hundred and fifty four million dollars and the jackpot tonight take a look at the doppler weather radar not a whole lot of action but mercy well we're in the broiler how good portion of the country I think I read somewhere in the neighborhood of two thirds of the United States suffering from high heat in intense humidity will go through that as well and then well get hooked up with Mister motor co tonight so let's get started on what promises to be a very busy Friday and we appreciate you joining us on America's trucking network and as always on Fridays we like to start with the oil markets the life blood of our economy and both versions of crude rose on Friday after the Iranian revolutionary guard captured a British flag the oil tanker in the strait of Hormozgan what has been viewed by oil traders is just the latest of the aggressions by Iran and escalating in the region causing tensions and increasing oil prices as a matter of fact shortly after this was learned brands when I'm sixty six cents a barrel finishing the week at sixty two dollars and fifty nine cents a barrel W. T. I was up thirty three cents during the course of this past day finishing the week fifty five dollars and sixty three cents per barrel still moderate prices for a barrel of oil considering the tensions in the Gulf we were at sixty Bucks a barrel when this all first started the bubble to the surface in the Middle East and actually we're down a bit from those high levels of a couple of weeks back and the reason why is this the international energy agency issued a report this past week that they do not expect oil prices to rise significantly because demand is slowing as the world economy slows down and there is glides in global crude markets more oil than we have people using causes prices to stabilize and often go down in fact some it oil investors are saying that the oil markets are growing in pre singly bearish not bullish in the meantime on the nation's highways you're going to pay about three dollars and five cents on average at the fuel islands across the nation well despite an administration that has reduced federal regulations in a number of industries regulations seem to be slowly making a comeback in the trucking industry now the last time we were with you we told you about a bipartisan bill introduced in Congress that would bring back the sixty five mile an hour speed limiter is for all trucks and since we were with you last that bill is picked up support in Congress and also is picked up support with an ever increasing number of safety groups a second bill worth watching in Congress is one that would require a significant increase in minimum insurance coverage maybe as much as four point nine million dollars right now it's seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars this same bill would require what a matic emergency brakes on all tracks of the future Aaron did anyone help me gets the story about the medical review board this past week wanting to work their sleep apnea recommendations back into the manual that certified doctors consult when they're giving a truck driver his exam for his medical card that manual by the way is under review right now by the FMCSA and this would be absolutely the perfect time to try to adjust or maybe perhaps sneak those sleep apnea rolls back again to the manual meanwhile the insurance institute for highway safety is the latest group to weigh in on a pilot program to allow non military under twenty one drivers to operate trucks in interstate commerce the I. I. H. S. encouraging the federal motor carrier safety administration to do more homework before turning on in this assignments first the I. I. H. S. believes that the FMCSA should wait for the results of

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 Fears rise over US conflict with Iran

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:22 min | 1 year ago

Fears rise over US conflict with Iran

"As American warships and warplanes make their way to the Gulf much of the rest of the world is in a spin over the increasing tensions between the US and Iran on Monday. The French foreign ministers on flute Riyan called for Europeans to remain United on their support for the Iranian nuclear deal. The Russian Foreign Minister Sega lever of said something similar not long after. And then the Saudis way didn't think to oil tankers with the targets of acts of sabotage off the coast of the U A and pointed the finger directly at the Iranians will tell us more about how everybody else is behaving joined by robot folks from London's Evening Standard newspaper, a very warm. Welcome fight. This tier Robert let's set the parameters. I it's been said the chances of the US and Iran going to to to war are pretty low despite all the sabre-rattling by Washington except for one thing and we've been here before tonight. It's John Bolton both has throughout much of his recent diplomatic. Life. That's par. Ten years. These being obsessed with Iran, go back to nine eleven and where Rumsfeld when he Defense Secretary switched very quickly from Afghanistan. Remember to Iraq was really the problem after all invaded Iraq disastrously in two thousand and three even at that point. So I'm getting more than ten years. John Bolton was calling from the side saying, no, no, no, the real problem with Iran. We've got to deal with Iran that was a very revealing interview type profile will profile type had view in the New Yorker last month in which they got out reams of quotes from Bolton abide Iran, and it is a gained his a game of bluff don't blind man's bluff that's sending a carrier on rotation less sending a command and control ship that can land six hundred US marines. Why do they? You need them. They've got a big base at Doha and saying behave Iran and you'll breaking this apnea, and the Iranians as usual are playing it by the book one name, we have to bring in new should very odd. And I think is real joker in the Pank is Jeremy hunt, the not very powerful foreign secretary, foreign minister of the not very powerful UK. But the fact that the U K is being cautious about backing the US. At this stage is a break with president think of Tony Blair think of Jack Straw, and two thousand two and two thousand three and I think that this is why it is looking very difficult. But the other person who will be whispering in Botende air, or at least Kushner's the son-in-law of the prime minister of the preposition is bound be Benjamin Netanyahu. So you brought in. Three nations of the United States one of the main place. Jeremy hunt from the u k Benjamin Netanyahu from Israel. I've spoken about France and Russia and the Saudis nothing is happening military insofar as there is no hot conflict, but everybody else is jumping to it. Yes. There's a lot of war talk. Sorry, excuse me. And we mentioned it is Boten. And it does seem that Mike Pompeo the secretary of state seems to be playing some sort of game. But he went to Brussels rather unexpectedly ran into the foreign minister's all of a of of the either virtually or or actually including MRs Bungaree me, the Adam the spikes personal that responsible collectively for for for the EU and put it in sort of coming pollens that he moral less gaunt as far as you can read it through polite. Upmarket newsp- copy, he cut the bum's rush. He the people one buying, you know, we've got its wall. We've got to be really careful about Iran because typical in to the patent it, and they're repeat offenders in this. It's the diplomat. Build up building the case against Iran from the Trump party really hasn't worked.

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"apnea" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"apnea" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Apnea, even if you have a sleep apnea machine, you can use the mouth tape and actually will make the breathing. A lot more effective. I've seen some videos which are kind of funny, but like the. You know, people have the mask on and stuff, and they're they're breathing gets all off track. And sure enough there their mouth opens up, and then they start kind of the the really like losing a lot of sleep. Because now they're starting to get awake. They're still not breathing. Even though the mask is supposed to be pumping air through the note through the nostrils. And so even for them tape in the mouth show. It'd be great. Yeah. Great tip. Lot of people ask about that. If I have a C Pap machine can still do this and always tell them the same thing. Yeah. Just great. Yeah. It can be really effective. I I also think I've heard some people talk about how it can tape in the mouth shut during exercise can increase some of your cardiovascular efforts. So you can become a little bit better quicker. Basically, you know, getting better shape faster. Have you seen any research on that? Or is that just kind of people just you know, kind of trying it themselves and having their own their own thoughts on it. I think that's a good question. Published research haven't seen any doesn't mean it doesn't exist. Just haven't seen any. I've tried to look. For that. But I have seen quite a few people on Instagram like posting videos of them doing workouts. And I think it just causes you to be more vigilant about your breathing. A lot of us are unaware of breathing. And so I think that that's part of it, and it could affect potentially lactate buffering could affect like I said that nitrogen oxide NO increase. And again, this is there's not hard data on this either. A lot of people say, oh, yeah. If you breathe through, you know, all of a sudden, you're gonna increase your NO I've seen a lot of data there. But it kind of makes sense from like how the physiology works. But I think it's totally worth trying you know and trying like like if you're doing the ten minute walks like you recommend try during those. That's great and you'll be so much more acutely aware of your tongue position mouth position and breathing.

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The World Is Losing Fish to Eat as Oceans Warm, Study Finds

PRI's The World

02:41 min | 1 year ago

The World Is Losing Fish to Eat as Oceans Warm, Study Finds

"Fish are suffocating oxygen levels in the world's oceans are falling fast threatening marine life and climate change. Is the reason why Denise bright Berg is a senior scientist at the Smithsonian research center. Denise why does global warming cause oxygen levels in the ocean to fall there are basically two things that happen as the world is warming. The first is that the oceans are absorbed being all that energy from the increased greenhouse gases and storing that is he'd and warm water simply can't hold as much oxygen as cooler water. Can it's just like soda going flat. When it's left out in the sun. The other thing that happens is that as those surface waters warm, they prevent oxygen in the atmosphere from getting into the deeper waters. They heed the surface and deeper waters for me. Mixing and affect Hoshi currents. So not as much hawks Dejan is getting down to depths, and what's the effect on marine life? I think the best way to describe it is using the old American lung association motto is you can't breathe nothing else matters almost all marine life from fish down to many of the microbes rely on oxygen for respiration. It's the way they turn food into energy, and it's absolutely critical to life what's happening to marine life as the response. Are there fewer fish being born are they moving around to colder water? What happens? It depends where they live. And it also depends on whether we're talking about fin fish that can swim out of their way or also shellfish things. Like wasters clams that are on the bottom. It can't move run oxygen declines given example of couple. Types of fish and the impact on them. Sure. One example of fish that it really affected are things like billfish things like Marlins that normally live in oxygenated waters apnea, open ocean and stay just above the low oxygen areas. And as these low oxygen areas are moving closer to the surface. The fish also are moving closer to the surface and one concern is that that makes it easier to catch. And so we really worry about the possibility that it can cause efficient. What about fish that don't have fins and can't move out of the way or find more oxygen water?

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Apnea, NBC And Phil Hulett discussed on Bill Handel

Bill Handel

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Apnea, NBC And Phil Hulett discussed on Bill Handel

"Into the accusations. A new study says women who snore loudly have a greater risk of heart disease at group German. Scientists study the effect of obstructive sleep. Apnea on heart health and found both men and women who have severe snoring were more likely to have enlarge walls in the heart forcing the heart to work harder. Previous studies have linked to heart disease. But in the new study, researchers saw the effect happening in real time through an MRI they found the effect was more likely to happen in women than in men suggesting that women's hearts may be affected by obstructive sleep apnea earlier and more easily. Lisa Carter NBC News Radio NFL legend Brett farve, says he was duped by white supremacists. Into filming a message with code words linked to the outright. The former quarterback is one of the celebrities who will make quick greetings to anyone willing to pay him five hundred dollars through the online video service cameo, in many cases, that's a quick video telling a fan. Happy birthday. He's not the only celebrity who has been duped on cameo. Others include comedian, Andy dick and rapper souljah. Boy, Phil Hulett NBC News Radio. Take

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The surprising impact snoring can have on your heart health

Joel Riley

01:19 min | 1 year ago

The surprising impact snoring can have on your heart health

"Is from about four thousand people who did not have any heart problems. What they found was that. If you have snoring issues, especially sleep apnea, there's association with left ventricle dysfunction. That's the part of your heart that pumps blood to the rest of your body. Researchers found that it was gender specific women who snore. Versus women who do not snore. The women have a healthier heavier increase mass of the left ventricle. They say the increase mass known by doctors is a common finding in those with heart disease. They say the results also imply gender-specific progression of stirrings effects on heart dysfunction, then indicates gender-specific prevention and treatment strategies may be needed. So if your wife snores may wanna talk to the doc about it and giving

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