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"arezzo wisconsin" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

Mayo Clinic Talks

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"arezzo wisconsin" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

"If you're looking for special. Cme credits to fulfill controlled substance prescribing requirements we will be re releasing popular mayoclinic talks opioid edition on Thursdays these meet Arezzo Wisconsin and updated Minnesota state guidelines to claim. Cme credit for listening to these episodes visit C. E. Dot Mayo Dot edu slash opioid pc. Coming up on Mayoclinic. Uncertainty is something that we're all uncomfortable with mental health and coping during the Cova nineteen crisis social distancing is meant to be a health guideline but unfortunately limits a sense of intimacy that many of us need during uncertain. Times here ideas for finding comfort amid uncertainty. One thing that works very well is coming up with the schedule and advice about continuous news coverage. I think it's important to evaluate the sources of information that you're listening to any amount of time. You're spending on those sources learn strategies for managing worry amid a national emergency. If we're not handling stress while we can't expect our children to handle it very well question. How can you be better prepared for the cove in nineteen pandemic? It's important that we do that so that we don't spread our anxiety to other people. The answer next on Mayoclinic Q&A. I'm Dr Tom. Shives and I'm Tracy mccray during today's podcast on the covert nineteen pandemic. We'll share portions of a recent interview with Dr Beth. Rush a clinical neuropsychologist at Mayo Clinic. If you're feeling stressed out by the sweeping changes created in the virus outbreak. This discussion is for you. We'll find out why both structure and flexibility are needed in these days and Dr Russia's thoughts about connection and how it's possible even amid social distancing. Let's start with a wave of uncertainty. That's washed over our lives and Dr Russia's thoughts on dealing with that when people have to respond to change the best thing to think about is whether or not we need to fear what's uncertain uncertainty is something that we're all uncomfortable with and win we're uncomfortable. We tend to become anxious so if we can learn to embrace incertainty as something that we can handle. And we take the time to address then it becomes more bearable. It becomes something we can live through as for addressing that uncertainty. Dr Rush has several thoughts. I she says there can be comfort in structure. I think one thing that works very well is coming up with the schedule. We know from all of the literature that having his schedule being able to journal things having set times that we do things helps allay some of the fear and anxiety. We know what's coming up in our own home so maybe designing a households schedule and this is something had been considering doing with my own. Family is doing things at certain times during the day. Despite the fact that we're not in a structured school schedule or structured work schedule but I think having some structure in place or a schedule in place helps with the uncertainty. That's especially true in this crisis. Which could continue for a while. We're already at the beginning of the soft quarantine and we may be at it for several weeks at a time and we need to think about. How are we going to stay well? During that time and the structure the routine becomes really important being able to exercise on a routine basis being able to eat well and not just eat. What's available to us? Make sure you don't use all of the emergency oreos at once. I think that's really important. Take pause once in a while. And my feeling overwhelmed. Why am I feeling overwhelmed? And what do I have within me to be able to manage that? It's important that we do that so that we don't spread our anxiety to other people are children knowingly or unknowingly if we're not handling stress while we can't expect our children to handle it very well so make sure that you know you need to be checking in with yourself and monitoring your own stress and how it surfaces so that you can make sure you're setting a good example for your children that includes how you digest the news about the crisis. Dr Rush says one thing you might WanNa leave off your family's schedule or at least limit is time spent with news and social media. I think it's really hard to figure out how much news we need. And how much social media we need during a time of isolation such as self quarantining or being at home with our kids. I think you know yourself bass you know whether you're an introvert or an extrovert. You know how much information you need. I think it's important to evaluate the sources of information that you're listening to the amount of time you're spending on those sources for instance you may want to spend more time listening to CDC UPDATES and reference sake websites and less time on facebook listening to someone's reaction to a CDC update and remember. There's a difference between being in the know and obsessing about every alert that flashes across the screen at some point. You're GonNa feel totally overwhelmed and you're going to need a time out and you can respond to it with any of these things exercise. Meditation journaling a moment with your family or even a nap in those low moments. Dr Rush says it's important to be kind to yourself. Try not to eat a lot of fast food or a lot of carbs but I don't deprive myself if I wanNA cook. You ate a cookie. I think about it. Maybe donate ten for eight. The cookie I try to exercise regularly that becomes important for just managing my stress level and managing the way that I think. I try to make sure that I'm around people who care about and who don't introduce extra stress to me. I try to stick with my family. Tell my kids I love them. They try to be present for them. Dr Rush says the practice of being present can help replace the loss of intimacy and feelings of isolation that are happening in this pandemic social distancing is meant to be a health guideline but it unfortunately limits a sense of intimacy that many of us need during uncertain times. We can still have that intimacy but we have to go about it in a different way. We have to lock eyes with the person that we're talking to and be present. We have to listen actively to what they're saying and respond to them with true feeling when we do that were able to communicate the sense of constancy security that a hug creates and for healthy people in your own home Dr Rush says you can take it one step further. It's called the twenty second hug during times of uncertainty embrace someone that you love and hold them be still with them do nothing else for twenty seconds and that communicates a sense of calm and certainty. That wasn't president before the hug started. If you're healthy hug if you're not isolate heads up kids twenty seconds of hugging when I get home today this edition of Mayoclinic. Qna as part of a continuing series on the Cova nineteen pandemic other episodes delve more into the virus itself. It's spread in what you can do to protect yourself from getting it. We hope you'll consider listening to other conversations in this series. Meanwhile thanks to clinical neuropsychologist Dr Breath rush for her time and her stress reducing ideas until next time take Dr Russia's advice find some structure. Remember to be kind to yourself and be will mayoclinic. Qna is production of Mayo Clinic News Network and is available wherever you get then. Subscribe to your favorite podcast to see a list of all male clinic. Podcasts visit news network DOT Mayoclinic Dot Org. Then Click on podcasts. Thanks for listening and be well. We hope you'll offer a review of this and other episodes when the option is available comments and questions can also be sent to Mayo Clinic News Network at Mayo Dot Edu..

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"arezzo wisconsin" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

Mayo Clinic Talks

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"arezzo wisconsin" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

"If you're looking for special. Cme credits to fulfill controlled substance prescribing requirements we will be re releasing popular mayoclinic talks opioid edition on Thursdays these meet Arezzo Wisconsin and updated Minnesota state guidelines to claim. Cme credit for listening to these episodes visit C. E. Dot Mayo Dot edu slash opioid pc. Coming up on Mayo Clinic. Qna The last day in the United States the number of cases increased by forty percent or a new corona virus questions answered by an infectious disease specialist that we are indeed seeing more and more cases and evidence of widespread community transmission in various parts of the nation. How can you safely isolate when you're entitled quarters? They get their own bedroom. They don't come out of that room without a mask. They're not having dinner face to face with the others in the family. What's the best plan for recovering? If you're diagnosed with the virus get enough. Sleep adequate nutrition copper exercise in this case outdoors. It's really a question about what? What about the people who have symptoms? Most of them can be managed at home. And what's the latest on medicines for people who contracted cove in nineteen? This is really been you know the race if you will because it's GonNa take a long time to develop. There are a number of them in clinical trials but nothing has been published that would tell us definitively yet answers to these and other covert one thousand nine questions next on Mayoclinic. Qna hello.

"arezzo wisconsin" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

Mayo Clinic Talks

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"arezzo wisconsin" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

"If you're looking for special. Cme credits to fulfill controlled substance prescribing requirements we will be re releasing popular mayoclinic talks opioid edition on Thursdays these meet Arezzo Wisconsin and updated Minnesota state guidelines to claim. Cme credit for listening to these episodes visit C. E. Dot Mayo Dot edu slash opioid pc. This is Mayo Clinic. Toxic curated weekly podcast for physicians and healthcare providers. I'm your host Daryl checkup a general internist at Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota. Obesity is a tremendous problem in the United States and places a large number of Americans at increased risk for a variety of chronic health conditions including type two diabetes cardiovascular disease and even cancer lifestyle changes including diet exercise or sometimes effective in treating obesity but often they're unsuccessful for selected individuals. Bariatric surgery has been shown to be effective in producing substantial weight. Loss with us today to discuss bariatric. Surgery is Dr James Madera. A general surgeon and director of the Bariatric Surgery Program at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix Arizona. Welcome James Thank. You glad to be here. Well let's talk about Who is a candidate for Bariatric surgery? Our recommendations or guidelines for Bariatric Surgery. Believe it or not are are dated to Nineteen ninety-one National Institute of Health Consensus Conference.