19 Burst results for "Dr Ayman"

Dr. Daniel Amen on Optimizing Your Brain

The Ultimate Health Podcast

05:23 min | 10 months ago

Dr. Daniel Amen on Optimizing Your Brain

"So we're GONNA move out of talking about your pet raccoon and shift into the new book. Challenge your brain change your grades. Who is this book for? Is it just people people that are going to school right now or how is it applicable across the board fairly. I wrote it because we spend so much time in school and very few people actually really teach you how to do school how to study and ultimately it's new learning is a brain health strategy energy. That people should be engaged in their whole lives. But if you don't know how to learn you're not gonNA get excited about it and then you'll stop in your brain will turn to Mush. It's it's for kids in middle school or high school or college. I actually wrote the original version the year I graduated from medical school. So they're really high level. Study the skills but at the same time the brain health stuff. That's in the bark applies to you no matter what your age in total. You're in school for an impressive impressive twenty one year. So you're definitely somebody that's been through the learning process for a long period of time and has laud experience in this and what I loved to is the fact that you brought your daughter along board and your niece so you could get a twenty first century kind of update on some of the learning strategies that you would have went through back in the day right because you know I wrote the first version in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and we had someone from Mexico by the rights to the book and they translated slated sold a hundred thousand copies in Mexico two years ago. And I'm like you should update this book and Chloe my daughter and Alezais my my niece I convinced them to help me with it and they really added sort of a modern perspective of what. It's like to be in school now now as really honored to do it with them. He always nice having their tips disperse rate through the whole block. And Yeah. I think that was definitely a huge addition to the read. Going back to your story story. Dr Ayman in school in Middle School and high school. You're actually what you'd consider an average student. You weren't overly excelling at that time but then when you went to college in medical school you graduated near the top of your class. So what was the shift there. What really changed things? Yeah now in college. People didn't want me in their classes. Classes 'cause I would change the curve. That was clearly not true in middle school and high school and its enlarge part. I'm one of seven children and I'm third which meant meant as pretty invisible and you know unless I was failing nobody was really paying attention to what was going on with me and no one ever taught me how to memorize is no one taught me. How do you approach classes? How do you approach teachers? How do you approach homework? How do you approach tasks how do you right a paper just really basic things that they should really be working on teaching you and second grade no one ever ever taught me? I don't have to believe every stupid thing. I think which would have really decreased suffering in there so much suffering now among high school and college students students that these skills are just critically important for success in school and so I sort of carried this idea that I was not very smart and when I got out of high school Vietnam Wha still going on and I had a low draft number so I ended up joining and becoming an infantry medic and you know it's where my love of medicine was born. I was stationed in Germany and I just started taking one college courses first time and I realized Oh sort of smarter than I thought I was. And there's a method to this and as I got the method down that my grades were all as and unlike. Oh I'm smarter than I think in. This isn't that hard. I always love sharing sharing what I learned with other people and you know one of the secrets and I talk about this in the book was if I am doing well in a class I want to help other people people do well. And that gives me a sense of purpose and so I learned how to study with other people and then where I went to medical the school I was in the charter class and so we had no upperclassmen to help us. So when I became a second year medical student actually ran a group for the first dramatical students on how to do medical school and basically the book comes out of luck. This is how you do medical school so if you can do medical school with the principals schools in this book you can do. High School can do college. And it's that idea of once you learn something. Give it away teach other people what you're learning because it's good for them but it's also good for you because it's solidifies the knowledge in you know doctors and nurses you here all the time. See One do one teach one and that is about when you teach it. You know it so sharing airing your knowledge with other people. His always been a part of who I am and you know I think this is like our forty second book or or something crazy. I just love sharing the knowledge that I'm

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There Are Actually 7 Types of ADD

The Chalene Show

01:37 min | 1 year ago

There Are Actually 7 Types of ADD

"No this there is more than one type of add so as you'll hear from Dr Ayman they're seven different types and of those oh seven types only to benefit from medication the other five types of add that person is likely to become more addictive give more irritable obsessive unbalanced and it really can change their personality now a lot of people are using ADHD. Ahd Medications recreationally and they don't have the type of brain chemistry where it actually benefits them. I'll cut to the chase and tell you that yes yes. I was diagnosed. We don't talk about on this interview but after going in I found out that I had an extreme case of add inattentive A. D. H. D. in addition into that. I found out that I had a lot of brain trauma. You could see significant areas of my brain. Were I wasn't getting blood flow due to concussions now. I'm going going to put an image of my brain scan both before having done the skin in two thousand fifteen and then two years later after having done a healing alling protocol to help heal the brain trauma as well as my adhd now. I'm never going to get rid of my adhd from what I understand but it's definitely improved now. I personally and again the way that I treat is specific to my brain and not just the type of ADHD that I have but also the Traumas Rama that I have to my brain and my brain type like you have a type of brain. You can literally see on a specked scan.

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"dr ayman" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"The fact is we've got more control over our health and wellness and our lifespan than what we've been taught to believe. It's not just diet and exercise. I want to say that again. Your health is not just about diet and exercise. I know that might seem like really obvious. But hold on. I wanted to stop for a second. Like just really stop and ask yourself, do your daily actions, the decisions that you make and the priorities that are reflected in your actions, and your priorities. Do they reflect what it is? You know, I know mine didn't. I mean before I started really getting serious about this heading down, this path of learning, what it really means to be healthy in my mind. I already thought I was healthy. I thought it was healthy because I was exercising every day, you know, I was eating right? I thought I was eating clean. I wasn't doing drugs or recreational drugs. I rarely would have a drink. So I just thought of myself is very health conscious because I was eating also what I thought was a clean diet. But see, I was defining a clean diet, as foods that were low fat, low calorie things that I thought were healthy because they. You weren't going to make me gain weight. Little did I know I didn't truly understand the impact of all these other areas and how they were having an impact on my wellness my well being. I mean, don't get me wrong. I was reading the same articles you were and the blog posts, and I saw the same news reports, and I heard the health gurus and hippies talking about this stuff, but it just seems so out there, you know, like I thought it was kinda crazy. Not the kind of thing I needed to worry about because I just thought of myself as being healthy. But then, I guess it started to dawn on me that may maybe it wasn't my best and it started by just realizing that every day when I was waking up everything kind of hurt. I remember kinda struggling to wake my body up and I would wince almost in pain, every time I put my feet on the floor in the morning. I kinda like limp into the bathroom, and then I noticed. Yeah, gosh, my energy feels a lot. Lower or feel going gonna fall asleep everyday around four o'clock or three o'clock. And then I started feeling kind of eared -able I was losing my patience. And that was new to me, like I'd never felt that way before in the mornings. I would notice that my face. Looked puffy and my joints, I couldn't you my rings off sometimes. And then other days I could. But then it was the lack of concentration now, don't get me wrong. I've had ADD all my life. So I've always had a tough time concentrating, but it was different. I mean, I really was struggling like, stumbling to remember the simplest of things like names, I should know because I see this person like every single day, and I was like, what is her name? What is your name? What is her name? It was this deep deep brain fog that it wasn't funny anymore. It was embarrassing. It was changing my personality. Like I didn't want to be around people or noise or music, any kind of distraction felt very overwhelming to me. But the stuff didn't happen overnight. It was gradual it was subtle. It wasn't like I woke up one day and all these things were happening. I just sat down one day and began to reflect on how they were getting worse things just didn't seem the same. And I remember thinking to myself. Well, maybe this is what it's like to grow old Riley, am my getting old. But after a discussion I have with Dr Ayman of the Amen clinics about brain, health and health in general. And I share with him. Some of these things he assured me. Oh, that is not normal. And it doesn't have to be that way. And he encouraged me to get my brain scanned. Hey, okay. This will only take a second. It's a true story, if you follow me, and social media, you have watched this happen. So I love living in my yoga tights. Of course, I try to make it look like an outfit, but let's face it, yoga tights are now not just for people who work out, right? They're super comfortable..

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"dr ayman" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"And then the more and more like, I said, spike, I can't see you like this anymore because it was becoming it was what I very first started. So it was now that I was this completely open vessel. It was like I cannot be walking around seeing things. So then then all of a sudden, that's when I started to go to the shadows and silhouettes, and where I saw to feel the bond, and I can't explain it is just like I can feel you know, like brother energy, I can feel like a gram of his presence. I can't explain it. It's just a feeling. So you ask them to kind of not be so picturesque per se. They wouldn't yes. Okay. Because it was it was becoming was starting to get a little uneasy. It was like I was afraid to turn. I was never scared of it. So I I didn't want. I I hesitate because I didn't wanna use the word afraid because I'm never really afraid of spirit, even when I'm channeling and a very difficult reading of messages that I have to convey, I always remember that spirit. Always gives us the highest good of all concern. These messages are to help us. So I know that whatever it is. They want me to say it is going to help the person. So that's what gets me through maybe difficult message, or you know, trying to save something like I had to say to this woman Zoff investigating your dad's murder. I mean, right. That was hard for me to say to someone or someone that loses their child, you know, though, how do you not? I mean, I cry when somebody else it's just. I see you cry a lot with people and can really relate. I'm so empathetic per se, but I started crying people start to cry. How do you keep your shit together, you're dealing with people that have lost people, which I think God. I haven't lost anybody really significant. I haven't had that pain. Thank god. Obviously, no Chroma has. But how do you just keep your own shit together to convey, the message to people to give them the information? Are you detached enough from it to convey it or you're just writing per se? I always say this I use this word. So I use God. You know? I I am practicing Catholic. I never gone to a Tien Catholic Honey to get it. Well, I always say, you know, even though they don't agree with what I do. They take my money every week. That's right different topic. But I'm now forgot what I was going to say that Kim that happens. Okay. Okay. Maybe it's not the Strobe. What you said you use the word God. So like the other night like I was so emotional. I was crying like I think God had really spared me a from loss. I mean, I'm very blessed. I only lost my grandparents within the past ten years, you know, and they were the they will like my parents still live next door to my parents in very blessed to have had them well into my forty still my grandparents, and I don't think that if I if I suffered great losses that might have affected the way that I channel. So for me, I can't have personal thoughts feelings or emotions and actually on an episode of one in medium actually, had my brain studied by this brain expert, Dr Ayman, and he measured my brain. When I was just at rest, just normal communication. And then when I was. Reading. And I always said from the time that I started doing. This would say spirit clears out my own personal thoughts feelings and emotions and becomes the emotions of the soul that I'm channeling in the person in front of me, and when he measured my brain when he monitor it, he said to me, he goes, your brain, literally flat lines it like the it shows that the no activity in your brain. But I'm talking on communicating and but literally you could not detect any activity in my brain. Oh, cool. It's mind blowing. It's crazy. You know? And how did you perfect? I mean, I'm very intuitive..

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"dr ayman" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Like this goes down. My phone is blowing up with people trying to help me. And I think you know my big message, everybody out there. Let me get on my little soapbox or a minute is if you having an issue, if you're having a mental health issue, if you're having a bullying issue, if feeling right, the biggest thing just open your mouth. Just communicate to somebody and you will be shocked at what year return. You know if you opened up your veil little bit and let people in to your true self shocked. But you hear from people, you know, I've had school calling texting, emailing prayer groups, and I'm just, I'm honestly just so thankful. I have so many good people around me care about me. And I think. What we've us now, what we incognito family now is my father's on her and our physician God above all else. So that's beautiful. Vulnerability is on a sign of weakness. By the way, could be a sign of strength to be on Syria, leaning on him this time. Do you have a therapist or are you more so going into religion? I saw you in Hawaii. There was some prayer groups. What? How are you battling through these times? Because losing somebody that you've done business with your entire life, your coach, your confidante, your best friend that can be tough to handle at to begin with, then you throw in you potentially. I think you alluded there that there could potentially be some traumatic issues with your brain with over three hundred games and stuff like that. Who are you leaning on these times Richie. I mean on family meaning my brother, my brother, Mike's tended family. I'm working actually with an army doctor out of California named Dr Ayman and he is one of the heating, traumatic brain injury specialist in the world and what he's doing his two regiment of medicine and hyperbaric chamber is we're trying to correct years of traumatic brain injuries that I have suffered. And the really cool part about that is there's hope there's hope for retired athletes. There's hope for retired police, a police officers firefighters, navy seals, military, all these people that we all seen some crazy shit. We've all experienced. We've all had traumatic things that that do 'cause PTSD, but what's really cool about technology and science is we're at the point where we can correct most of that and a meeting Dr. Ayman I'm meeting on therapists. Frigging cone up in buddy. I know that you know, well, he's been NFL locker. Yes, we're always doing bible study. We're always doing prayer groups and stuff like that. So meaning all wheel teammates, Eric would meldons Fowler Anthony for sano in meaning on the people. In my sound Dacian who I have around me, I've re people and again, I'm just so proud excited that I can spread the word about all this and raise money. Tell people Ritchie, I want you to know, that's everything you're going to do from this is going to be so positive, and I'm very proud of you. Man coming out here in meeting that there could be potentially be something wrong. Now you're taking it head on trying to fix it. You're Dafteng to the obstacles that you've created for yourself in the past in now you're gonna make a better future Ritchie. That's an absolutely beautiful. Beautiful thing. Let's talk about the future. What are you going to do Richie? You're gonna. You're gonna continue the. Raise money and your father's name you're going to go for you, is football behind you. Now last time I spoke to you, you were still potentially accepting offers the first week of football is done. Did you get the issue to get back out there? What is Richie incognito up to. It's to get out there last night. I was taking past sets in my backyard. You still got it. He's still got it. I got the juice, man, I still got it. I got it. We tend to happen me. I actually play golf with my buddy who plays the bills, salary this here in Vegas and play golf yesterday. We went and watched a couple of games and we're just like two old men yelling at the TV catch the ball. What are you doing? How could you. The game ever leaves you. And right now I'm just in a holding pattern. I'm focused on my cell. I before I take the next step in anything that's fucking beautiful Ritchie I know you have a locked, oh, and on your golf tournaments today, torch cigar bars the after party..

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"dr ayman" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"The trial the dr ayman trial i guess it's not dr amman it's been debated how to pronounce it but most people after the trial or saying ayman and and then also a long summary of cold cabanas daily diary of what it was like to go through that trial i highly recommend listening to cult show the art of wrestling the latest episode that drop yesterday it you can listen to him talk about the ups and downs emotionally and physically going through the trial and all the stress and the elation of of coming out victorious but if you don't have time to listen to that podcast and you want to give a quick read to my recap of what he said it's a fascinating read i think it'll cause you to want to listen to the show to us so check that out those are on p w torch dot com that's p w torch dot com also the pd torch life guest lineup next tuesday includes are awake show and then wednesday it's our next show and then thursday it's the impact show so we've got different specific themes to each of the shows throughout the week on the peterloo torch live cast to subscribe though shows just search p w torch in apple podcasts or stitcher or just about anywhere else you listen to podcasts and you can also find the shows in stream them live at pow torch life cast dot com now if you're not a vip member there's a lot of benefits that might interest you and you can find out details at pw torch vip info dot com that's pw torch vip info dot com those benefits include ads implodes being removed from all four episodes of the way keller podcasts that i do throughout the week and also all the complex removed from the pow torch live cast seven days a week and a ton of vip exclusive podcasts in fact new ones every single day i host about a dozen about twelve other podcasts out that we besides the four free ones here on podcast one in the post shows and that includes everyday keller hotline hosting the fix todd martin the bruce mitchell audio show and also post pay per view roundtables and there's other shows that are vip exclusive cup.

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"dr ayman" Discussed on The Chalene Show

The Chalene Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on The Chalene Show

"Take a look at the studies i mean there's so many studies now and i recently had dr ayman on talking about clinical depression and anxiety and how so much of the research coming out now shows that we not all but in many cases that can be a radically did just by changing your diet very very powerful and i think it's like getting back to change the semantics and stop having this hatred or fear of fact because we don't want to end up and spat on our bodies yeah i got a little bit of guilt over that because i definitely know as a fitness professional at perpetuated that i lived that you know i and i always would say to people i eat clean and the way back then i defined clean was fat free wow that definition has changed so what's your sixth and final tip for us because he's great so fortify your health and oh by the way really quick for people that chew stuff yeah so this could be traditional breakfast but not the serio but like eggs and or here's the big key if you get this is going to change the game for you if we can stop looking at breakfast as breakfast is like dessert really you know so turn into that if you can get some green leafy vegetables in during your first meal change the game so this could be in agreeance movie but also this morning for with my son and myself we sat there we had breakfast we had a couple of eggs we had sauteed spinach and mcaddo nice all right i'm seeing an omelette in my future there you all miss cleo so having that structure because here's the thing when i first thing i said was micronutrients green leafy vegetables best source of micronutrients yes yes you know so getting all those great things into my body my son's body keeps us much more stable we don't have a spike in energy in any crash because i ate several hours ago so that's really something to think about get a serving of green leafy vegetables in with your breakfast or including armlet including the green smoothie as really going to help you all right so number.

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"dr ayman" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Of the cells in the body so that's what actually is a connection between how you shift perspective away from illness how you shift perspective away from poor performance as we started this concert with a into something that incapacitates you know just dealing with the health of something if traditional health than everything else at arises from it with the factor right if you if you affect the foundational health of the pancreatic self examples basic south than the progressive function improves than you know the overall blood sugar with melissa of the person improves same way with cognitive function say with everything else i wrote since the very early days of the blog i've used technique sprays mccue by at least twenty points and it pissed so many people off when they said you can't do that like well sorry i just did the can't statement is is fundamentally not true and then dr ayman image clinics came on my documentary for toxic mold and he's like oh yeah people lose fifteen q points all the time by being in a water damage building funny i removed myself from one of those maybe i got fifteen points there and used a bunch of brain training and and bottom line is there is a daily variance in your cue based on your metabolism your metabolism as we're talking about here and so i was fascinated just to hear that you've paid enough attention that say well i have like a twenty point swing just about in your case think a little bit more than twenty points just based on how am i doing biologically right now.

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"dr ayman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Got a sperm donor that i recently interviewed who is searching for his genetic children he donated thirty years ago at at a sperm bank down in escondido california and i'm currently writing an article so i can try to connect him with the kids that were conceived from his sperm so there are a lot of people who who are attached to the products of their game meats in different ways and it it can work out in gendered male female typical ways but this also more complexity to it i think is important to address dr ayman there's also a huge fertility gender gap when it comes to eggdonation and sperm donation when a woman goes to a sperm bank website all she sees a tiny little picture and gets no access to information and yet egg donors have to give everything i mean i've even had families asked me what what's the egg donors mothers shoe size i mean you can't get that from of sperm donor so it's just so unbalanced i have oh i'm sorry i wanna we have so many comments i wanna make sure to get to them so we have a comment from amanda who asks is a psychologist involved in any of this seems like a lot of emotions evolved as supportive and well intentioned as the guest sound they're not therapists or psychologists i'm guessing dr amy though you're like proxy to this because you're dealing with these women on a regular basis for women who go through freezing share step one in this meeting with the fertility psychologist after being screened by me she goes through the process the motion will cost and then talk through the different types of family arrangements you can have with other family whether it's open semi open anonymous exactly what that means and then we do a group sessions so it's just one on one and then it's a group session just make sure that everyone's on the same page.

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"dr ayman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You know the egg donor just becomes just naturally just part of the family but definitely doesn't consider herself the mother she donated like i said the get the greatest gift of life dr tober though i wanna know i mean i keep going back to like trying to compare it to sperm donors and egg donors and i don't wanna fall into stereotypes or tropes but this idea that women and are connected to being able to procreate and motherhood and our eggs kind of talk about those differences there i mean do you see them in the way that donors relate versus sperm donors what's interesting is that you would think so but in fact i've talked to a lot of of sperm donors who became sperm donors because they wanted to help somebody and because they wanted to be able to be available to have connection to those children at some point i got a sperm donor that i recently interviewed who is searching for his genetic children he donated thirty years ago at at a sperm bank down in escondido california and i'm currently writing an article so i can try to connect him with the kids that were conceived from his sperm so there are a lot of people who who are attached to the products of their game meets in different ways and it it can work out in gendered male female typical ways but there's also more complexity to it i think is important to address dr ayman there's also a huge gender gap when it comes to eggdonation and sperm donation when a woman goes to sperm bank website all she sees a tiny little baby picture and gets no access to information and yet egg donors to give everything i mean i've even had families asked me what what's the egg donors mothers shoe size i mean you can't get that from a sperm donor so it's just so unbalanced oh i'm sorry i wanna we have so many comments i wanna make sure to get to them so we have a comment from amanda who asks is a psychologist involved in any of this seems like a lot of emotions evolved as supporter of and well intentioned as the guest sound they're not therapists or psychologists i'm guessing dr amy though year like proxy to this because you're dealing with these women on a regular basis for women who.

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"dr ayman" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Have another mission automatic remission the doctor still can't figure out what happened to her so it's you know it's amazing physically cancer gone gone and she was untucked to oz and uh i saw this peace and he said i have to see the records i have to see these records and um he showing up he's reading them in when she's on the tomb with a trunk she's a round of her family as i at the hospital or families around the bend the doctors came in this is in hong kong and they said we have bad news and they said we can't find the cancer and she says in the families like what's wrong with that new whose well because the doctor says we don't understand it but we'll find it difficult to do something was wrong i did absolutely and it's been years now so it it it's amazing so you know i do get stories from people who have passed uh over and uh who have come back so i i you know that dr ayman moody's work solve near death experience do you believe in the heaven and hell concept john um i was raised to um i believe i talk about in the book there's different levels to that there's different plains of existent you go from the if they're rick i mean from the physical to the affair it to the actual to the to the mental to the celestial bodies i believe there are different levels with in these planes and what you do here determines what level you go to over there i don't believe in the hell with as a burning fire with the devil uh like the movie that robin williams was in what teams may communists is what one her wife helped her cell crossover by way of saying she took like she was in like this black place until he could condenser that she was a good woman i believe everything you've done all the good all the negative stuff.

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"dr ayman" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"Like earning off that energy that we have as human beings to burn off like our ancestors walked ron all fucking day they made food they they hunted their food they cook their food they built shit they they they carried she it they did everything they fought i mean they wrestled all at seven inner they needed to have all these physical skills to survive and a lot of these people to people nowadays just don't have the physical requirements they need to be healthy and that's why the sony this is why me one of the option this is one of the reasons why but it's one of the reasons why so many people are so many conditions chronic conditions are becoming more and more prevalent things like diabetes things like cancer those types of things where the statistics on those are going up and you'd think that we live in such an advanced age that they be going down in our medicines better doc desert supposedly better our supplements are better vitamins are better all that stuff is supposedly better our our food is you know everywhere you look him you never go hungry anymore but all that stuff really leads to all that stuff really leads to us not realising how much we still need to work our bodies it's called it's kind of like a facade in the sense of everything seems like it's good everything seems like it's easy him or not were not unhealthy because you know we can sit around and we can eat whenever we want and we can do those types of things it's sort of a luxury life but we we kind of forget that we still have all these needs to move around to be active twos still even if it's just movement like standing up moving your body around walking is great walking is one of the best things dr ayman talks about that all the time in in the brain connection with that like the blood flow to your brain um how people who walk every day of some of the nicest brains in the world like the bestlooking brains when he when he gives them specs ganz he looks at people who are active in who walk specifically walking i think it as the best blood flow to the brain and it just makes things function better.

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"dr ayman" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on talkRADIO

"To have you will computation to get mike graham katy perry a coming up after ten o'clock and of course mustlisten radio with dr ayman holmes from four to seven i've been asking you to tweeted all motivate for lots of heavy stories in the new super having a little bit from a display a tapestry learned from the french all we lucky there at lettings by and you've been said he made some a fabulous a tweet said about what we should lend the french back just brown request for vasco 50s peavy said do so i'm not could agree without the lots and lots of your suites have been coming in on that and that a grateful to keep them coming we'll get to as many of those as what we can now coming up we are going to be game warp dates old the weather where you are pretty grim lots of places around the collapse once again this week i everyone him talk about how good the weather is i'm looking at side at blue skies and sunshine where i am in london obscenity beautiful but beware that could be showers later first up there were a big story the news all week has been the collapse of curly in any dominated the exchanges between treason may the prime minister and jeremy corbyn the leader of the opposition yesterday and the debate seems to be moving on just room for krill inputs all say all of these are the odds with his work between the public sector and the private sector we've had a reporter today from the national audit office saying that taxpayers the tied at two two hundred billion pounds worth of debt from at least seven hundred pfi contracts that are going to last well into the twinseat 40s they say that a tax desert owning out more than ten billion pounds over the last twelve months unload and there's an awful lot of concerned that it's not just white hope it local councils of with the schools or hospitals and everything they could always longterm payments.

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"dr ayman" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on Super Station 101

"In all over the place when we got there how long he said we waited in traffic for proudly just to get in the in really so the drive there traffic was moving pretty well on the interstate but when we got there it was just like okay everyone just forget how to drive for me he just for just like 15 minutes were just gonna completely just go brain dead and i told you all this in the car for for people who love watching cars go fast nascar mmhmm they don't know dr ayman all night on rents ordering it will be a better driving by they do not and now we had uh as funny we had to go we had the credentials to go get more credentials so online on outlines for getting more credentials and uh it was pretty hostile pretty hostile margaret was room understandably because it's it's dagan this is the biggest day they say they have two days a year so this is a guess the second biggest daily i guess i don't really know which ones bigger the describing that yeah yeah this one was big though because no doubt junior and being the last hour what is the last lap i guess last latte baby yeah so it was pretty i mean it was insanely wild yesterday well and and when we walk into somewhere obviously heads will turn and so yeah we walked in to get our credentials and we're trying to make jokes in talk to leave she's like hey guys i really got a focus and and y'all a really throw in this off now i had to take tom scientists in and so that was a little bit of a headache and then once we tried to go into the infield you guys got stopped to the door y'all got stopped at the door welcome to somebody who i'm pretty sure was aimed at official with i walk in.

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"dr ayman" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Enjoyed utilizing brain imaging to help them better understand diseases of the brain and take deatrich disorders that there's just so much that so fascinating and really exciting about this noted think as you said in this particular 's story about being able to map the brain see that image and change it with nutrition when we well the house specific is that what kinds of foods can use a tell us in that way what we'd be here looking at short well let me give you a hand of our example articles how is helpful her people understand we together with dr ayman air we had that really extraordinary opportunity to do this brain imaging feddie on professional football player so what we did was we looked at a hundred professional players and we mack their brain and as many of you know we saw extraordinary profusion deficits throughout the brain and that was quite frightening to the players were coming gordon evaluation so in good conscience here we are where a psychiatric clinic we work on helping people and we couldn't just mount their brain she these changes and to changes in cognitive function as well as um some of them had mood issues we wanted to treat them so we said last she was society where we do very simple salutary lifestyle intervention to see if we can make a difference uh functional neuro imaging as well in their moved and memory so what we did was we put them on uh a full range arrested multivitamin we put them on and uh this therapeutic doses omega3 fatty acid showed the omega3s has been shown to help on support brain function and in increased brain volume and then a rain support formula which lose loaded with antioxidants and things to help uh manage neurotransmitter levels and boost acetylcholine in the brain so.

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"dr ayman" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"You're a hundred aspects of aging and we look at how nutrition and food fitness all all these things stress how they impact our brain and we've found that the same things that improve your heart function and help you shrank artery black improve brain performance they increase your brain processing speed by twenty five to thirty percent so we've actually publish that people can have a dramatic improvement in brain function and i'm really excited to get to share that i've talked about however is mccue more than twenty points and a lot of traditional uh sort of uh where he lab coats neuroscience people say that's not possible what's your take on it can we really razor i cue by some meaningful amount of points so i think there's actually pretty good data now that we can increase our brain iq a few points i think the thing that impacts are productivity and the thing the puts us at risk for memory loss isn't even those iq points we can increase its out brain processing help quick as our brain how well do we processed information it makes us more productive less forget falls sharper quicker um so yes i totally agree we can boost iq of viewpoints but more important i think we can get a big jump in productivity and brain function it's funny because i queue isn't that could have a measure anyway compared to all the other things you can do is just the most famous measure ants dr ayman said well you know i've seen people with metabolic problems and specifically in that case was on toxic mold the lose fifteen acupoints and they fix the problem boom they get the acupoints back so maybe they are always there but they were just were not tapped into they were they were locked the they'd been taken away but they at least were present at one point and do you see that this happen as brains aids or when people get toxins that they're they're perceived intelligence goes down lightly like what happens in a brain that isn't working right well i mean as we age we lose a little bit of speed dad.

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"dr ayman" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

"Uh if i started him you're doing tocade tomorrow no matter how much you know this persona of joe polishes or whatever by businesses i mean i all of that would disappear very quickly if i had a you know a big relapse we did two different habits so i i mean i think we're all on the same page and i think all london's the world well yeah you know it's i've never have you ever done cocaine but like i'm gonna say until you've got one time i took four no does in the you do and that scared me straight i thought my heart explode totally nuts no joke that's it will end the thing is i know you guys know dr ayman like when i went to go see dr ayman got my brain scan they were like oh well of course you did cocaine you were trying to selfmedicate because of these putts spots and your brain that aren't working and then they're like oh by the way you have three traumatic brain injury oh by the way you have three forms of add so what you are really trying to deal with selfmedicate and that let me that that made me really still much shame you know because there's they can be some shame associated with that with that type of addictive behaviour you know yeah oh totally did you see my whole point is is that uh a lot of people think you're gonna get to a stage in life where you just derive you walk out on the back poor to your beach house in all your financial needs you're taking care of got your beautiful partner you've got whatever and you know lyft in you're on oprah rice right massed and maybe hour i think i was trying to do the tally but i uh massive maybe arthur team one degree of separation from oprah right now.

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"dr ayman" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"Nasser graphic great point is there any sort of general i guess guidelines or recommendations you'd make aside from getting your genome tested like i i know dr ayman zip big proponent of exercising like every day like a steady cardio i think he recommends like thirty forty five minutes is great for like your brain in general and kind of getting the blood flow and he's seen improvements inspect scans from likes eighty patients who didn't exercise or whatever and they got on his regimen of exercising every day and especially the cardio no he's begun the cardio improvements in like the blood flow and stuff like that is or anything like that you would recommend yet again we have to remember we're going at this from just the opposite direction here so we're asking what's causing so what we're saying is that the most important thing to do is don't go out and try to fix it without without knowing what's the underlying problem you want wanna know your genetics and biochemistry hence the idea of the kadhafi like like you know i've i've was always think we published some of them so you'll see the whole list and we tell you how to get it all the sort of stuff so once you know these things yes you can address some of them with nutrition it turns out that you know of course as you know most of us don't have optimal nutrition and most of us for example if you're trying to improve cognition and you have already started mild cognitive decline one of the things you want to do is to to develop mild chitose it turns out that your brain actually does better on mild cheetos and there are specific things you can do to induce this mild key tells us that actually improves your your brain function.

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"dr ayman" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"dr ayman" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"Are you familiar with the work of guys like dr ayman who use aspects scans in a functional i'm our eyes and things like that of course i know daniel well okay so what are you kinda think of technology and kinda i i guess over the last few decades that stuff like really being able to look into the brain study it mean house that kind of like changed the game so to speak of of a guest of the possible ways to treat this kind of thing right so there's no question imaging is important and there are many different ways to go you mentioned the specs scans no question they can be very helpful at looking at metabolism and both in this case blood circulation in pence so you could limit glucose utilization you can look at amyloid formation you can look at towel collection um and you can look at other tracers and then of course mri i actually think volume metrics with mri has been a wonderful addition in the past of course you look at a number i in the in the radiologists would say well i think it looks pretty good or on i think it might be a little bit a trophy will now with volume metrics you can really say what the left hippo campus is at twentyfifth percentile for age that sort of thing a big big difference um and so i think that's that's been very so in any case um the uh so all of these imaging modalities are very helpful but i think you have to remember one thing i think this is a brought up often enough.

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