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Author Of 'Mastering Migraine' Discusses the Causes Of Migraines
"We're talking to dr adam hartford. We're gonna talk a little headache Dot harcourt has a book. Mastering migraine and is yes. That's the book mastery migraine. We're talking about some of the means to go after it darker welcome. Thanks so much for having me. So let's talk about the multiple causes of migraine. What a what a mess it can be for people. It's sure can where do we start. what what i can say is By book is kind of based around in in my program is based upon the reality. That migraine is ultimately genetic. Which means you either have or you don't and you're prone to it forever and the interesting thing. Though is the fact that it can be tons of different genes which is why we haven't nailed it down to one thing. So for example the on the extreme end something like hemiplegic migraine which mimic stroke and things like that has three distinct genes that we know that that causes it but for everything else. We know that it has to do with ionic transport which is basically saying that is the healthy Healthiness of neuron is impacted on migraine. And depending on which area of the brain it affects. That determines your symptoms so the most common head pain but it can also be dizziness. It can be stroke like symptoms. It can be ocular. Symptoms all that kind of
Dr. Lisa Strohman on Raising Kids In a Technology Addicted World
"Our guest is returning guest. Dr lisa stroman. Last appearance here was episode. One sixty nine to fifteen. I can't believe it's been that long. That's i did another one. I've been on one sixty nine to sixty nine sixty nine there we go i just say how could it have been six months. That's nuts Her upcoming book is digital distress navigating the digital age coming out shortly and the another book that is out. Unplug raising kids in a technology. Addicted world Dot stroman is an expert in these areas. We're gonna talk all about it and you can hear more at her podcasts. The point lisa strowman lisa. Welcome happy to be here. Of course the twitter at at dr. lisa stroman estero h. m. e. and website is lisa strowman dot com. And so one of the reasons amongst others that i wanted you back is that. I'm just hearing nightmarish stories. About particularly sort of seven to fifteen year olds in this age of no school and lockdown And of course they're locked down with their screens which your area of expertise and is making that much worse. What are you seeing out there clinically clinically. It's it's a pretty big mess. We've got kids that. From a standpoint of school settings are hanging on devices that previously when they were on campuses were able to be locked down by the campus like internet service or the school system. But you know in this rush to get kids access to education. They handed out all these digital devices and there is absolutely no way for them to monitor those in the home environment. So it's really striking to me. Like how much has changed. Because you're seeing in some regards. One hundred and eighty five percent increase. Let's say in just one category of inappropriate photos sexting with one another. And that's just and that goes all the way down to third and fourth
The case for Baylor at No. 1 over Gonzaga
"The only respectful way to begin. This episode is by recognizing that scott drew baylor bears formerly known. As bill henderson's baylor bears improved a seventeen on the season tuesday night with an eighty-three sixty nine victory at texas. They outscored the longhorns. By seven in the first half they outscored the longhorns. By seven in the second half as a result baylor otherwise known as terry eagles alma mater is now seventeen and fifteen. Double digit wins. The bears are number one at kim palm. Their number one in the net. they are awesome undeniably. Norlander your turn to talk about baylor. Are you going to spend the next few minutes showing proper respect for the first lady of baylor basketball or are you going to once again disrespect. Kelly drew got drew. Plus mackenzie payton brody. Not to mention homer and janet price and tara dana and her husband. Casey bryson anna isaiah caleb. In luke plus drew barrymore drew carey. Drew brees drew bledsoe. Dr drew drew. Gooden andrew mcintyre how are you gonna handle this moment. bryce doesn't care does care. He'd bryce doesn't care. I talk to about it. He doesn't care. How are you going to atone for the fact that you still have a number one. I mean. I think it's disrespectful at this point. Daily top twenty five and one. After what i saw last night. I got baylor number one. But you don't and you disrespect the entire through family. And every drew. She has to drew mcgarry as well. You're disrespecting them all you've got number two. I think you're the one who needs to explain himself. I actually can't explain myself. And i do get asked this every day. I saw strong joe last night trying to make the case that baylor should be number one and i let it be clear. I won't argue with anybody that says baylor should be number. One baylor at this moment has a better resume than gonzaga. Got six quarter on lindsay. Does eggs only have five. Baylor is got the best adjusted efficiency margin in the country and one of the best of all time at this point. If you wanna if you wanna put baylor number one it is fine with me. It's just. I think we've talked about this. Before i made a rule a longtime ago i will not drop number one team unless it loses the only time i made an exception i went and looked it. Up is two seasons ago. Kansas was number one in the top twenty five and one to open the season. Kentucky might have been to. Duke was in the top five somewhere and do zion williamson cameras and remember the other one started with our allies and it was. It was whatever it doesn't matter. It doesn't rj barrett and so they went out and they just throttled kentucky on opening night at bankers life. And i just. I was even conflicted. Then because keynes's is just one and it was one zero and number one and i was like i don't feel silly not to have that duke team. That just did that to kentucky ranked number one. So i made an exception to the rule. Then but i've been ranking college basketball teams for better or worse for like more than fifteen years now and i've only dropped a number one team without losing one time and that is the example.
"dr drew" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Good seventies fascinating. I got a doctor khumalo. Kevin here little. I won't be long. Enjoy the moonlight without me and my rohypnol. This is not how he described. No messy nielsen. Yes oh yeah. We can go back to those interesting. I said darrell. Yeah hey so it's it's The episode where leslie nielsen's on it and he come walks up to the bar and twenty did on my Cbs all access. But i'm the i'm on. Cbs all access man. Twenty okay. so it's a it's an episode and says i love the new vile nurse in parents know best. That's not season one episode twenty. Okay look at season Look at episode twenty two. Because that's what it's listed at online. All right gary commits marked on my Just please don't care all right. Listen lost interest. Bring it up tomorrow next show. Yes we'll get into love boat on the next show all right February twenty six twenty seven th oklahoma city brick town comedy club and you gut amcol dot com for all the live shows drill anita the corolla empires support. I've been. I've been canceled on youtube. Or i've been temporarily put in jail censored by youtube for talking to other doctors about treatments for covert and analyzing the data. That's publicly available. I guess that is a actionable offense on youtube at facebook. Slash dr drew periscope. Dr drew find other ways to look at us and let gould no your displeasure. So until crawford. Dr saying mahala..
"dr drew" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"Stand with the football analogies like House everyone else in your home. So jordan had The full flu syndrome and he's fully recovered. He's fully recovered and he he tried have conversations with me. I can't handle it. It'll conversations with anybody and But he's good. He's back at school and that's done with him but he he's free move out the capital. There is a weird and interesting phenomenon. That you're you're not allowed part of the mob right now is you're not allowed to have immunity you can't be immune from covid. They the the the the move now is oh you can still pass it and let me let me be really clear. There is not an infectious disease on the planet that you can have broad intense immunity to and then pass it to other evil that does not exist. Wow so this idea that that's going to be a thing is No no yeah well. Let me give you my sort of psychological. Let me get my kind of psychological thought on that. Because i think i think you'll find this. An interesting thought experiment all tease at first. Let me tell you about head. Space new year new routines Thirty four percent of americans who made a resolution to be less stressed out this year..
Interview with Angela Deem
"But today i'm indulging with from ninety. Fiance angela deem angela. Welcome i just love you. I'm a big fan of yours. Well it turns out my wife on arabic fans of yours to and that's very kind of time so so she may actually zoom in here. I had to call her and go. Listen i don't want to keep this job. I've got your friend angela. Coming in and i gotta go to the doctor. I'll zoom and later. We'll see if she shows up my honored say. Merry christmas tour. It's so funny she is She's a big fan of michael's too big fan. She just thinks he's not far away about itself to adjust grow on you. Yes so how are things going. Where where do you stand right now. How much can you talk about. You know really. I can't talk about much because we really don't know where everything's at and it's still difficult being apart from each other. We still have our ups and downs. And you know our problems probably as bad as people that live together problems but when you're a far apart i think that's what breaks relationships because you can't get there and hug and salaries you know what i mean. In general you know we're we're trying to work things out in Who are still at the same level. How about that. that's good. No that's good. That's kind of what. I figure you could say i know you have a tlc. Brass sitting on the line here monitoring us and by the way to the to the tlc people. Why are you not having me do the reunions. While let me do the reunions for these shows i. I'm an avid fan and listener. Viewer of all the united fiance's step. You bring me an at least as a consultant for those reunion shows right angela. Thank you great honestly. I love all routes. But you know what i think. You'd be great because we all need therapy on that stage. Oh i understand trust me i. I've taken notes on you guys but but it has been great entertainment during the lockdown. Right it has been one of the few things my wife had looked forward to at the end of the week on sunday nights and things and you start to pull for people you start to get very attached to you guys and your relationships and all the stuff you're facing and it's kind of in a way it's sort of good for americans to see the different cultures and how much americans Take for granted spoil. Yeah and then what how you stroke are spoiled because you know we have systems. Yeah and. I'm actually impressed with how well you got along in africa. You really just you jump right in. You seem like you're embraced his family. You embrace everything about his culture. Maybe not the food so much. The little day in the man's dominant will dash. But that's but that's the other thing so so you went toward you. Brought them pizza. Which i guess they already had it but you were sort of emphasizing pizza and and you took issue with the. I found that very interesting it was. This was my jiri right. Is that where you guys were. And there were three versions of marriage. Options in nigeria. Right right am i wrong. And that was kind of extraordinary they're all highly codified by the state. Like either you are committed to your partner and love and if you have any misadventures you've broken the law right. Yeah or or or you can go. Do whatever you want or this marriage or you can do the muslim marriage. Or it's the call your cultural marriage the muslim arabs. Or i what we call our regular marriage You know we can't she meet and all that and thank you know here. We don't go over there if you're caught with another woman. If you're doing the marriage that we picked out you can go to prison for five years. That's so crazy to me. It's really very interesting. And yet at the same time they have marriage that's essentially open but all of it seems to favor the male. Yes sir josh. I'm favor you know us being equal. You know some things you know. Of course. he's got to be the man of things but Michael shakes extreme. When i say. We're fifty mickey like if i get mad at hang up on him he'll call me back. Just hang up on me. That's not what. I mean. When i say no i think he knows it you mean. He's he's a pretty enlightened guys very smart. what's his what's his quick fairwood. His his professional background is he sold cars. But when i tell people this thinking like our sales people over here it's totally different. You know it'll take him all day to go so one car he just gets a percentage on it and he might not even sell it. So that's when. I told you know you're spending more gas. It draining your body every day to go. You know our just drive there back not might not sell car this message and even work. You know what. I mean because it's like it's not balancing or making nothing to me. I said i rub you. Stay home and take care of your mom. Your mom why you can and we take care of her together in. Would that make him dependent on you financially as the okay with that given this whole sort of male dominant kind of society he's grownup grown up in. Well you know. I think i really think i'm his first real relationship not girlfriend but real relationship. I am a song minded person you because i'm experiencing owner and that's what i try to tell them. I don't try to like. I know herbs because i honestly don't have done all this stuff you're due at your age and this is why when we first got together. I let him know how i am. No no flaws. No
Interview With Angela Deem
"But today i'm indulging with from ninety. Fiance angela deem angela. Welcome i just love you. I'm a big fan of yours. Well it turns out my wife on arabic fans of yours to and that's very kind of time so so she may actually zoom in here. I had to call her and go. Listen i don't want to keep this job. I've got your friend angela. Coming in and i gotta go to the doctor. I'll zoom and later. We'll see if she shows up my honored say. Merry christmas tour. It's so funny she is She's a big fan of michael's too big fan. She just thinks he's not far away about itself to adjust grow on you. Yes so how are things going. Where where do you stand right now. How much can you talk about. You know really. I can't talk about much because we really don't know where everything's at and it's still difficult being apart from each other. We still have our ups and downs. And you know our problems probably as bad as people that live together problems but when you're a far apart i think that's what breaks relationships because you can't get there and hug and salaries you know what i mean. In general you know we're we're trying to work things out in Who are still at the same level. How about that. that's good. No that's good. That's kind of what. I figure you could say i know you have a tlc. Brass sitting on the line here monitoring us and by the way to the to the tlc people. Why are you not having me do the reunions. While let me do the reunions for these shows i. I'm an avid fan and listener. Viewer of all the united fiance's step. You bring me an at least as a consultant for those reunion shows right angela. Thank you great honestly. I love all routes. But you know what i think. You'd be great because we all need therapy on that stage. Oh i understand trust me i. I've taken notes on you guys but but it has been great entertainment during the lockdown. Right it has been one of the few things my wife had looked forward to at the end of the week on sunday nights and things and you start to pull for people you start to get very attached to you guys and your relationships and all the stuff you're facing and it's kind of in a way it's sort of good for americans to see the different cultures and how much americans Take for granted spoil. Yeah and then what how you stroke are spoiled because you know we have systems. Yeah and. I'm actually impressed with how well you got along in africa. You really just you jump right in. You seem like you're embraced his family. You embrace everything about his culture. Maybe not the food so much. The little day in the man's dominant will dash. But that's but that's the other thing so so you went toward you. Brought them pizza. Which i guess they already had it but you were sort of emphasizing pizza and and you took issue with the. I found that very interesting it was. This was my jiri right. Is that where you guys were. And there were three versions of marriage. Options in nigeria. Right right am i wrong. And that was kind of extraordinary they're all highly codified by the state. Like either you are committed to your partner and love and if you have any misadventures you've broken the law right. Yeah or or or you can go. Do whatever you want or this marriage or you can do the muslim marriage. Or it's the call your cultural marriage the muslim arabs. Or i what we call our regular marriage You know we can't she meet and all that and thank you know here. We don't go over there if you're caught with another woman. If you're doing the marriage that we picked out you can go to prison for five years. That's so crazy to me. It's really very interesting. And yet at the same time they have marriage that's essentially open but all of it seems to favor the male. Yes sir josh. I'm favor you know us being equal. You know some things you know. Of course. he's got to be the man of things but Michael shakes extreme. When i say. We're fifty mickey like if i get mad at hang up on him he'll call me back. Just hang up on me. That's not what. I mean. When i say no i think he knows it you mean. He's he's a pretty enlightened guys very smart. what's his what's his quick fairwood. His his professional background is he sold cars. But when i tell people this thinking like our sales people over here it's totally different. You know it'll take him all day to go so one car he just gets a percentage on it and he might not even sell it. So that's when. I told you know you're spending more gas. It draining your body every day to go. You know our just drive there back not might not sell car this message and even work. You know what. I mean because it's like it's not balancing or making nothing to me. I said i rub you. Stay home and take care of your mom. Your mom why you can
Interview With Angela Deem
"But today i'm indulging with from ninety. Fiance angela deem angela. Welcome i just love you. I'm a big fan of yours. Well it turns out my wife on arabic fans of yours to and that's very kind of time so so she may actually zoom in here. I had to call her and go. Listen i don't want to keep this job. I've got your friend angela. Coming in and i gotta go to the doctor. I'll zoom and later. We'll see if she shows up my honored say. Merry christmas tour. It's so funny she is She's a big fan of michael's too big fan. She just thinks he's not far away about itself to adjust grow on you. Yes so how are things going. Where where do you stand right now. How much can you talk about. You know really. I can't talk about much because we really don't know where everything's at and it's still difficult being apart from each other. We still have our ups and downs. And you know our problems probably as bad as people that live together problems but when you're a far apart i think that's what breaks relationships because you can't get there and hug and salaries you know what i mean. In general you know we're we're trying to work things out in Who are still at the same level. How about that. that's good. No that's good. That's kind of what. I figure you could say i know you have a tlc. Brass sitting on the line here monitoring us and by the way to the to the tlc people. Why are you not having me do the reunions. While let me do the reunions for these shows i. I'm an avid fan and listener. Viewer of all the united fiance's step. You bring me an at least as a consultant for those reunion shows right angela. Thank you great honestly. I love all routes. But you know what i think. You'd be great because we all need therapy on that stage. Oh i understand trust me i. I've taken notes on you guys but but it has been great entertainment during the lockdown. Right it has been one of the few things my wife had looked forward to at the end of the week on sunday nights and things and you start to pull for people you start to get very attached to you guys and your relationships and all the stuff you're facing and it's kind of in a way it's sort of good for americans to see the different cultures and how much americans Take for granted
Interview With Dr. Stephen Porges
"Doctor porges. Are you there. i'm here yeah. I want to gush about you for a second because i am a giant fan of your work and the observations that you brought to light. I thought it was time we took your material to the public. Which i know is going to be a little bit of a task because it's very physiological and very technical but this is the future. Are we off line. No we're on. We're on the rock. I know it sounds like i'm not talking. Okay then go ahead and gosh yes. Dr borjas develop. Something called the polly vega theory. And it is that may not be a term that is immediately apparent what it means everybody. But he basically has shown how a part of our central nervous system that has been ignored for longtime or at least marginalized. Maybe at the core of understanding. How i describe this. How are emotional. Landscapes work I i came to work. Dr portas through alan shore. I may humble disciple of his work and his his work informed. Everything i do and he is backed by the Will be on in a couple of episodes to talk to you about his work But he has been able to show you know how the emotional landscape is built how the self is built and how this is a a. We've missed the fact that this is a bodily based experience and that the auto onomic nervous system sort of breaks accelerator of our system has been marginalized in our understanding of this thing. We call motions and feelings. Is that a good way to sort of bring it start actually going if you don't mind me dancing in spring it I actually Realized i finally realized that you were trained as an internist. And what i would say is to start this. I would say that. What i do is really the interface between internal medicine and psychiatry. Yes so You should find yourself feeling very much at home. With the linkage of the on a nommik nervous system to behavioral mental health disorders will and it. Maybe that's why you ended up in addiction medicine too. Because that's a similar crossroad You know it's it's very much you know medical. There's a lot of medical stuff going on. It's there's neurobiology that's completely out of whack there's interpersonal there's dynamic issues psychiatric issues but ultimately it is about the body and the body's relation to the brain and that is something that i think has been when people talk for instance talk. I'm getting off topic completely right away here but whenever hear people talking about you know Computers or artificial intelligence. I think wait a minute. Humans have this all other thing that they're embedded in that informed so much of what they're experiencing maybe it's all of what they're experiencing but it also informs what they're thinking how they remember things and how they process information. It's why there's things like intuition and why we have insights those actually our bodies creating those those sorts of moments. I suspect well. We are biological. I mean that's what we are and whatever we do whether it's art or music or social interactions. It's really based on our biology. And this tends to be you know marginalized this importance and as you've already realized that we live in a world that is very i'll use the term cognitive centric or cle biased. It's being the same thing that this little part of the brain that deals with our awareness and our alertness in our consciousness is the major role of our brain and it's not really To help our body run and the way. Our body is functioning also feedback and provides porto's of accessibility to different mental competencies. Well let's try to talk about the vagus nerve and what you observe to talk about the poly vegas theory. I by the way gave a lecture at the usc university southern california. I know where you are. You're at dr professor of psychiatry university of north carolina By the way you can find more information at steven porges. Pr ge's dot com and the book. Which will be on. Our website is the poly bagel theory. gave a lecture not university of southern carolina near you. The university of southern california which is our usc and I tried to tip toe into your material. It was interesting because I do think. I do use it so much. In terms of helping people understand. Emotional regulation and inter subjective experiences. And they were pretty receptive. I even wrote an exam question about it which is about basic theory based in a national in a format that we're all accustomed to talk about what you observe how you got into this. Well i i'll talk about the history of getting into it in a moment but i The theory is extraordinarily logically based. But it's also intuitive. So now you have this balance between really deep science and the history of neuro anatomy off the allergy in the study of evolution on one side and the other side. The intuition of it this is this is how we feel that we act and when you put those layers together suddenly demystify. The unusual experiences people have had especially those who have been traumatized health issues. how i got into. This is really backwards. I think We all get into things that interest us about feelings and trying to understand our our body but we often go into profession so i started off in psychology and i was interested in physiological markers or parallels of psychological processes with kind of a dream that you could put electrodes on people and you Understand a lot about them without talking to them okay so you could understand A lot about their physiological states. And as i started to do my work and this is actually several decades ago i started to ask more serious questions not Simply where there correlates or relationships between ordinary activity and talking to prophecies or emotional states
Inside the minds of female and male serial killers
"I'm convinced one day that i'm going to become a serial killer. Want me to explain. why yes. I'll explain every single person in my life. I've thought about how i would kill them. And i've done like due diligence to make sure i could get away with it. And i'm not just talking about think about it like i've actually planned it out to the teeth. Maybe she should be in prison now. Do you think so before she actually does do that. He can't that's too much like someone cuts me off and traffic. I'm not the type to just yell at them or flip them off and just let them go on. No no no. No i will follow you. I will follow you and if you stop i will stop in the. It can get heated and very very aggressive very dangerous loose. Listen or watch murder like podcast or tv shows about it or anything like that to just be like. Oh my god no. I do simply because i'm like. Oh that's amazing. And i like complement. Serial killers on martin. You just gave me an idea we on it. As one of my friends the psychologist pointed out. She said the female psychopaths. There are the dangerous ones. Yeah you really got to worry about. They really do a lot of damage. There was a tech talk. I is a serial killer. Ted talk on that list you guys by any chance. There's a tiktok. I pulled where it explained. The difference between male serial killers females. The males are indiscriminate. Their motivation is sexual surprise for women. It's highly motivated. National relational throw plotted and it's usually for money. Oh here we go. Differences between male and female serial killers meals typically kill for sexual gratification whether that psychological or physical and their victim's identity matters less they typically kill strangers in contrast ninety percent female serial killers their victims and they tend to kill for practical or justifiable reasons. At least in their minds with the most common motivation being financial gain or stealing babies they'll still babies aches. And no. I love this chick by the way. She's got a great talk at live on the edge. She has all these informational. Talks like how to survive if an elevator conflicts in
Dr. Abby Lev
"Welcome DR PODCASTS everybody support those export us, check deposit Dr Dot Com. Let. Me Get ready to my guests and my treatment Dr Abby Live. She decided bay area. CBT Center is where you can find her. Online. Dot Com she's the founder she's a US ideas. Psychologist and she has three relationship books acceptance and commitment therapy for couples acceptance and commitment therapy interpersonal problems. And interpersonal problems workbook Abby walpin program. Thank you. I'm excited to be here. So he two things I WANNA do today. So People talk about CBT all the time, right I always find that I ended up waving my hands and CBD practitioners Kinda grandmothers a workbook. We change your thinking and there's lots of sort of vague descriptions of would see bt is so one thing I'd love to do a little bit today is you to do some CBT on me? Yes yeah, okay and and just Today to in the middle is Kobe or a perfect data dulas DVD. Yeah. Yeah it is. But this this situation is pretty depressing. Yes. Yes. Now already started working on me but. Before we do that. I WanNa talk a little bit about acceptance and commitment there. What is that? Acceptance and commitment therapy takes its third wave behavioral therapy. So on the more third wave, cvt therapies take a more acceptance and mindfulness based approach. So rather than challenging thoughts too much they help us create some distance from plots and mindfulness and be able to diffuse from thoughts that they're not pulling us towards certain behaviors. Thoughts have less power. In. Controlling our behaviors. Zooming you example would be your in conflict with somebody and you have to become aware of your thoughts and how they're affecting the conflict. How is it different than dialectical behavioral therapy where you're trying to pull in your thoughts and awareness of the other person's thoughts and feelings right. Right, well, dialectical behavioral therapy is a form of cognitive behavioral therapy. So there's like a cognitive behavioral therapy umbrella. Cognitive behavioral therapies a DVD t would be one of them act would be one of them. emotions compassion focused therapy would be one of them or functional analytic psychotherapy would be one of them. So there's a lot of. Therapies that are considered to be more behavioral. Like psycho dynamic therapy is not so much behavioral. It's more insight focused and cognitive behavioral therapies more behaviorally focused. We do techniques and exercises under certain thoughts and feelings act as barriers to. to actions to behaviors. So it's not so much like figuring something out or having insight about something. It's more about practicing certain skills that help you change your behaviors, the fourth component for form. Therapy functional analysis which called. ME. What does that? Functional analytic psychotherapy is a form of behavioral. It's it's a very behavioral intervention where you're thinking about your own behaviors as a as a therapist what are some behaviors that you want to do more of or less of, and you're thinking about your clients cavers and you're doing a lot of. Against punishment and reward in your own interactions as to shape behaviors
Dr. Andrew Newberg
"Everybody podcast. You know we appreciate your support of those people who support us and we keep this thing going. Keep Mr Perla happy and don't forget all the goings on DOT COM dot com. We've got a stream their broadcast very regularly a call in show on Sunday, and then the after dark. Out of course most days, our guest is Andrew Newberg. Latest book is the rabbis, brain mystics, moderns, and the science of Jewish thinking. It's available now. Neuro, theology is what we're talking about you can follow Dr Newburg at at Andrew Newberg and HE WBRC DOT com. Twitter at Andrew, Newberg and Dutch newer. You came highly recommended by Dr Dan Een. WHO said you must speak with him, so we all well. He's a terrific guy and I. would have told you the same thing in reverse. Yards a three way again, so so talk first. Let's start with the book. What what what did you learn writing? This could prompted you write the book and what is in there? Well you know I've been studying the relationship between spirituality in the brain for many many years and and that has kind of developed into this field of neuro. Theology you know what? How we look at and understand the relationship link between the human rain in our religious and spiritual cells. Part of why I got into the discussion. Autism was that I'm sorry it's all good. We Love Dogs against. During the quarantine everyone does it guy I know I know? so part and part of the reason why I got into hopping rabbis, brain is the idea that. We can really start to think about neuro theology from the perspective of different traditions, and of course my own background is Judaism. I was raised in a reform Jewish household up armistead, and so it just seemed like a very natural kind of approach to be able to start with that but ultimately neuro theology is something that is really for every type of tradition, and so hopefully this is really just the start of it's the ability for us to look at a Christianity, and it's denominations. Islam. Hinduism Buddhism all the traditions from this perspective to see what we can learn what we can understand in terms of how the brain health us to be relig- religious and spiritual. And, so you know this this whole idea of neurobiology anthropology spirituality stuff. That's how I found Jordan. Peterson I'm interested in people that combined anthropologists psychology. Then ask the question. Why do our brains do that right? And then is there some transcendent meaning? That's a whole other question, but wire. Why did the human trains do that and? It gives me A. Absolute intense fascination. So how'd you? What's your posture as somebody that evaluates these things from the neuroscience recovering from multiple different perspectives. Where where are you evaluating this? Well, certainly you know I. Do feel like Neuro Theology as a as a field based on the work that I'm trying to do is is something that is very multidimensional, and and really does kind of come at things from a variety of different perspectives I suppose. Because my background is neuro imaging I'm there certainly that? But as you mentioned just a moment ago? You know part of what excites me. in in terms of all of the information that we can get at from this perspective is that it ranges from the very practical to the very esoteric so on a very practical level. We can ask questions about well, if somebody. Is Religious Is that protective to protect them from depression. Does IT PROTECT THEM FROM SUBSTANCE ABUSE? Obviously a big area that I know you've been involved in for many years. And, there's a lot of evidence to support added. Certainly you know programs like alcoholics, anonymous which really invokes a spiritual concept. has also been very effective for helping people with alcoholism, so they're very tactical piece, yeah! Stay. With us for a second. Is there something about spirituality that changes the brain in such a way that you can look at the imaging and say oh? That's why they're regulating better. That's why the oncologist so. What changed in their brain. That might help them. There substances well there. There are a variety of changes that occur. does depend a little bit on what practices in what the person is doing so for example you know when we study a practice like prayer, we find that perhaps that happens to increase the activity in their frontal lobe. We've actually done some studies that have looked at certain transmitters in a found a spiritual retreat program in intensive retreat. Officers the amount of dopamine in their brain, and these are the lives up to regulate our emotional responses. So when you're talking about you know having an addiction being anxious having. If your frontal lobes are working better because you are engaged in spiritual practice or bears religious spiritual beliefs. Then that's going to help you psychologically and similarly. If, you're really immersed in this then it changes your tone in levels, the dopamine levels in the brain much like the drugs that people would take an antidepressant or a drug that might help them to calm down, and so we really see this kind of an impact of these practices on a lot of different levels, and it also changes the other important set of structures of the LIMBIC system. The emotional centers of the brain and these practices helped to calm those down so that people aren't quite as reactive and you know when when you think about what religions do I mean? mean part of the thing is. There are a lot of ingredients right I mean they're. They're the practices. We were just talking about, but there's the believes the comfort that they get. There's the social support they get so there's a lot of different elements that are very contributory to helping people when they're engaged. They're religious or spiritual south I'M GONNA. Keep drilling on the alcohol for a second, because they will often talk about these moments of change where they feel like something has stepped in from the outside and they're. They're different. Sectors of Swish changed, and I will tell you. Look very carefully. At these folks they usually are preceded by some sort of experience of novelty in a relationship like the as though they are seeing them, so they can see themselves with a new pair of glasses and that moment causes. What they want to call
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"Everybody wants to to your podcast. Keep supporting us and supporting the wind that blows the sales. The Corolla Pirate ship onward. Appreciate it very much, also. She Got Dr. do dot com the strings. We're doing there. We're trying to date on all. That's going on. With the. Situation and as well get after. Today, it is my privilege to welcome back to the program Marie Bernard Maurice Is it your numerous race? Nothing general about it. As I nothing about it I love and lithium. Save me on and off. General hospitals are released just recently. You Follow Maurice. Act Maurice Benard the an the also. Maurice, Benard TV were of course. If you remember, he was Sonny Corinthos on ABC. General Hospital since nineteen ninety-three and He's been a friend of this and work for a long time. I welcome back Bernard. Let led to be. Gut Bernardi my head because I I spoke to Anthony Hopkins the other night. Just I just A. It's a long story, but whenever I hear his voice I just think about him sitting down going okay Benard okay, but. Not In your in my not come out of my mouth. While most people say Bernard. Yes, I know, and that's actually I think what the guy's name is Bernard Anthony Hopkins says it's been on. So what's going on about? the book I kind of. Like. One flew over the coup. CUCKOO's nest meets Cinderella. And that's kind of what the whole I mean, but there's a lot of mental health in the book. An incredible love story. With Paula for over thirty years. And kids in animals in the whole thing. Are you still were. Murphy bought the house, or you're selling it or you're gonNA live there. That house down behind were Adam Corolla used to live now told that about what ten years ago then now. Yeah and is everybody's still living under the same roof for the. Kids SORTA scattered. What's happening? I got one of my kids a pregnant. She lives with her husband. Not here and then the rest of the kids are. Trapped in here. Now everyone's drive with everybody. So low telling you about the work I mean so. You're diagnosed with bipolar one. Yes, I was diagnosed. When I was twenty one. nobody knew what it was, nobody could tell me what was wrong with me and they put me in a mental institution. For two and a half weeks. and that was that was hell. Man will let's kind of break it down because because we didn't have terms then like bipolar, one bipolar, too I think we've been calling it manic depression back that that's what it was it or many of unknown origin, those sorts of things. And what were the symptoms? What was happening to you? I would stay up all night. I wouldn't sleep I would cry for no reason. I would. I was reading Phil Donahue Mind. He was talking directly to you on. Let me tell. You right before he would ask a question. I knew what he was going to say and I got my mom as a witness. So things like that. It was just a lot of things that we're just weren't normal in I wasn't on drugs. And I wasn't drinking so. They can figure it out. And then one night. I got out of bed I slept with my mom and dad. Just because I was sick or whatever it was, that was twenty one. And I jumped out of bed night I. Told my dad that I was the devil. Because then you taste something. Don't ever don't ever have anybody. Watch the exorcist. That movie traumatized me my whole life. So Cops came that night. But they couldn't do anything. Because once. The cops came into the House I was normal. I was a hey. What's going on now? We're just talking. Everything's fine. W Extras last night overdoing. It my mom and dad were crying and stuff so the next morning they took me to the hospital. And that was the beginning of of Hell. What was delicious at the hospital? Well. At the. This is the first hospital. In, order for them to put me in there. That take these big nurse guys grammy? Mike Dad my brother in at that moment I was calling my brother and my dad. The exorcist and I was sitting on. Now is saying you know I'm the exorcist? And gave me a shot. which put me out? And when I woke up. I thought I had died in Gun, heaven. Quiet, in in white in the hospital, it reminded me of heaven until I heard
Conversation With Maurice Bernard
"Everybody wants to to your podcast. Keep supporting us and supporting the wind that blows the sales. The Corolla Pirate ship onward. Appreciate it very much, also. She Got Dr. do dot com the strings. We're doing there. We're trying to date on all. That's going on. With the. Situation and as well get after. Today, it is my privilege to welcome back to the program Marie Bernard Maurice Is it your numerous race? Nothing general about it. As I nothing about it I love and lithium. Save me on and off. General hospitals are released just recently. You Follow Maurice. Act Maurice Benard the an the also. Maurice, Benard TV were of course. If you remember, he was Sonny Corinthos on ABC. General Hospital since nineteen ninety-three and He's been a friend of this and work for a long time. I welcome back Bernard. Let led to be. Gut Bernardi my head because I I spoke to Anthony Hopkins the other night. Just I just A. It's a long story, but whenever I hear his voice I just think about him sitting down going okay Benard okay, but. Not In your in my not come out of my mouth. While most people say Bernard. Yes, I know, and that's actually I think what the guy's name is Bernard Anthony Hopkins says it's been on. So what's going on about? the book I kind of. Like. One flew over the coup. CUCKOO's nest meets Cinderella. And that's kind of what the whole I mean, but there's a lot of mental health in the book. An incredible love story. With Paula for over thirty years. And kids in animals in the whole thing. Are you still were. Murphy bought the house, or you're selling it or you're gonNA live there. That house down behind were Adam Corolla used to live now told that about what ten years ago then now. Yeah and is everybody's still living under the same roof for the. Kids SORTA scattered. What's happening? I got one of my kids a pregnant. She lives with her husband. Not here and then the rest of the kids are. Trapped in here. Now everyone's drive with everybody. So low telling you about the work I mean so. You're diagnosed with bipolar one. Yes, I was diagnosed. When I was twenty one. nobody knew what it was, nobody could tell me what was wrong with me and they put me in a mental institution. For two and a half weeks. and that was that was hell. Man will let's kind of break it down because because we didn't have terms then like bipolar, one bipolar, too I think we've been calling it manic depression back that that's what it was it or many of unknown origin, those sorts of things. And what were the symptoms? What was happening to you? I would stay up all night. I wouldn't sleep I would cry for no reason. I would. I was reading Phil Donahue Mind. He was talking directly to you on. Let me tell. You right before he would ask a question. I knew what he was going to say and I got my mom as a witness. So things like that. It was just a lot of things that we're just weren't normal in I wasn't on drugs. And I wasn't drinking so.
"We have a lot to talk about today. None of which involves Joe Rogan. So that's why here that's why you're here. You go ahead and hang up because we're not talking about that today whatsoever. Not were not Besides that you can hear conversations about that literally anywhere else but no one's about and all by every single man however that has mouth has spoken about that other guy so or written articles about it. I challenge you all those people that are listening right now to send us some thought leadership on this situation written or spoken about by a woman other than Cara Swisher because she did talk about it on her. Show mind you. That's a Co hosted. Show but anyway go ahead but don't send it to us because we don't care we don't care but no one talking about this news worthy item which is to show better. Hori is a much better story. This this is a news. Worthy item is about the show. Call Her Daddy. Don't want anybody in the chat right now. Everybody has anybody listen to the show. Call her daddy or are you familiar with their current drama in the chat on not in the actual show? 'cause I've been down a rabbit hole rabbit holes with this show. It's a show by a twenty six and twenty seven year old women so Fia and twenty eight. I believe just their names are Sophia. Alex even co hosting the show for while they with The network Barstool sports and as little as a few weeks ago they were best friends. I don't know if they were roommates or not. I thought they were. That's why I'm like going. I wonder who's living like so anyway. Keep going they were roommates. They were friends they were there. Show is about sexual health and basically talking about who they're having sex with dating nowadays and how it all works and whatever and connects. Do how what it's like. It's kind of like love. Line you guys but without Dr drew like there is no Dr drew. It's just the other guy. What's the other guy? Adam Adam Curle but now Adam Corolla has morphed into eight twenty six and twenty seven year old girl women and they are both like Adam Corolla talking about dating and sex and random things for an hour or so because sometimes our shows are really long. So that's the vibe of what it is it's and it's sort of like I think it's kind of like our show to some degree though jess accept that were old and we don't get as Risque about talking about sex specifically well because married. People don't do that in public. That's why but that is correct Because yeah yeah so at least these two Mary. People don't do it and probably some do but we don't so they were about to sign a renew their contract with Barstool sports which was their network and then somehow everything went to Shit and there are a couple articles that will post in the show notes so that you can read the entire saga but basically they went to sign when they went to renegotiate Sophia found out that Alex was making more money than her significantly. More like fifty thousand dollars more and that is because she added the show and does the social media marketing so quietly she she either negotiated or renegotiated a different salary. Now keep in mind. One of the makes Sophia salary was like four hundred sixty six thousand a year. Alex's was like five Oh five or something like that like it. Wasn't that much difference. But it was different. Believe they've found that out in the meeting and then a little cloudy about so so then. Sophia left that meeting and got another meeting with wonder with the help of a friend that they're calling superman no not a friend a boy. Her boyfriend which I think is problem here. Boyfriend of the other girl is now knowing by yeah. He's now Yoko by setting up a meeting with wondering with with like he probably what happened is we had to guess. He buzzed and Sophie as ear. But how this should be making more money and that he could get them more money and maybe even get a commission if I guess and so he got the meeting with wondering which Alex didn't want only Sophia wanted that and then to make a very long story short not that we have to but just to sum up so guys know what we're talking about because they took that other meeting Barstool. Sports started talking about how they're greedy and hungry and ungrateful and then Sophia and Alex talk amongst themselves and realize that they were just valuing their show and what they wanted out of it differently so then Al and signed with Barstool sports without Sophia. She now has her own show called. Call Her Daddy. And Sophia does not exist in the podcasting space as of now. I guess unless she's going to do our own show wondering about summit up kind of but there was a little I mean the latest episode for. Call her daddy as of right now you guys. I don't know what number it is. You can actually hear directly from the founder of Barstool. Sports like he breaks it down all of the stuff that she just said from his point of view. So there are. It's not exactly how you mentioned it but I do appreciate you like following. It is just like some some nuances then. Also Sophia has a excuse me. Alex has a thirty plus minute video on her youtube channel where she also breaks it down step by step of how everything went down why. She made the decision that she made and she's completely transparent.
Sorry, Los Angeles. Governor Clears Way for Hair Salons, Barbershops to Reopen, But Not in LA Yet
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"dr drew" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"I would say what is it that bothers you. What is it that fires you up when he says? So what is it? Is it the cynicism or is it what is it? I told him he goes he goes driving. He was asking me to be critical of him. And I said Adam you have a blind spot around aggression. He can be very aggressive. Sometimes the point where you can't respond because he's so aggressive and then he gets mad at you for not responding so I don't like bind I I. I do the aggression. He'll he'll just become extremely aggressive You KINDA FLEAS. And this is something that just approach. I mean God. It's pretty mild mannered. I mean I'm sure you lose your shed have you you have. I haven't seen your shed no not publicly. Probably last ship was about three years ago and I just got on Akito Diet and you can get kind of aggressive. I think from the dire and I went and somebody was trying to get me to do something that I didn't think was right and I really lost it on her shoes. A friend of mine and I hung up to call back and go home. I am so sorry I had to like an apology. Tour was not not right. Not Me Monroe human. Look thank you. I can't thank you enough for this. Has BEEN A blast? I really I really interview doctors so I sort of knew year but I was like you know I've been in his shows and this and that but know I just once we got talking. You're so easy to talk to and I think that's that's just that's a rarity that's a great quality having. I WanNa thank you for allowing me to be inside of you. That's why it's easy for me. So there you go all right well thank you again and Open invitation Amazed by the folks are GonNa just love this. They've been do something. Went once more clarity cows with this. Kobe thing maybe we should update update. Our priors they say I would love it. I would love it. I am deeply humbled from this whole thing is to check my humility. Always the humble that you are so thank you and I had. That's hit really weird because when you're zooming there's always that moment where you're like all right goodbye and then you just sit there for three seconds while you're saying okay. Shouldn't there be code word. Like all right. Just turn the other way. Don't look at out zoom out. Wait I'm gonNA switch you off and I'm going to go. I appreciate you have be on the show and hopefully will you be Jason. Go Out and get a get a bourbon somewhere or something. I'd love that Dr Drew. I want to thank my My my guest Dr Drew. Who's fantastic? Hopefully you guys got something out of it. Let me know hello at inside of you. Podcast DOT com if you have any thoughts or if you have any comments I try to look at them as much as possible Also the online store inside of you store we have Inside of you online store Black hoodies inside my face on it. 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It's like sometimes I read these and I could feel what she sang. She didn't say a time. She said. Enough and Katie. You know I'm it's so hard not to say it's hard to find something creative to say different. Say other than I'm sorry and I I really am sorry and I want you to stay strong. I just want you to give yourself a break and I want you to find a way to enjoy life and as I said before. I'm not the smartest guy in the world but as far as we know we only get one so tomorrow's a new day we've got to get out of bed you know. We got to go for a walk. We gotTA figure it out. We'll figure it out Katie. Thank you for your kind letter. Thank you again Thank you to all the patrons. Thank you for joining me on my instagram lives. Stage it tomorrow six. Pm Pacific Time. It's me and Rob Danson. We're play covers coup- couple of color covers we're GONNA play a couple of covers or Play maybe a few left Laurel songs maybe originally to we'll see what happens is going. GonNa be fond. 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"dr drew" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Down and only my wife and my manager publicist. They went they all decide nondisclosures and a were voice. Coach started showing up at my house and one of my sons was living here with us at the time. And I'm going to sing at a dodger game. I'm going to sing the national anthem of just preparing for it and in the law and the way turned out I had vocal a real serious injury. My both accords and I had to get the Rehab and I had all kinds of people were coming through your news. Like what's going on and I go okay sadness I'll tell you you have to sign up so at one son signed up for it when you start production like when you leave your own you wear shields and hoodies and globs and not one speck of skin can show. You can identify your race. You're not allowed to speak until you get out of your car into your trailer and shut the door. And then the papers you can speak to is who a producer who comes in and shuts the door behind them and then you're allowed to speak otherwise nothing you have no idea who's around you. You have no idea. They pay a lot now. If you if use last you get paid pretty well if you'll but if you're if you're like me get kicked off new but you get one you get one day of of Think about it. You have to get these saw. I must see my problem. Was I learned about twenty two Sinatra who glazed dogs and then I put the costume on like Oh my God. It's a Rock Eagle eyed noticing ROCK SONGS HOLY. Shit so we had a shock everything. Find a whole new set of songs Learn them then choreography and fireworks in staging. And it's crazy you get one day of Oriole Graffiti. One dress rehearsal an hour later you say. Were you nervous dying dying and it's it's intense it's superintendents and the costume Kinda carries you. It's weird you should have become whatever these characters are and It was one of the funniest things ever and hats off to that production man all the elements they manage. It's ridiculous and keeping the secrecy at Saint. All Right Angie. Are you tired of Bert? Kreischer and Tom Sawyer. Calling every time. They do a podcast. You think Bert will ever listen to reason. Yes no perfect. Leeann p what question to men and women asked the most when it comes to intimacy historically can I guess Nia premature ejaculation for guys? Well I it's in. That zone is more generally am I normal. Am I normal? And my big enough. Is this riots at my too fast too slow and I am I. Normal is sorted. They worried about their functioning. Women also worried about men which I find ironic With with them how they work. How come I don't understand because forever? We've raised women to believe that the motivational priorities are the same at nineteen or twenty or twenty four. But they're not they're very very different and so it's it's extremely confusing. If you're not realistically assessing one another in teaching people about about these motivational systems. That are going in the brain. All human but are motivational. Systems are very different at that age. Doesn't there's something that someone said where you're like? Yeah that's not normal. No that's not me there. I'm sure I'm sure right. Because everybody has their sexual. What do you call it mishaps or those things where you're like? I couldn't I couldn't I thought it was about have an orgasm and then I couldn't and then I went limp. Does that sound familiar orgasm? And nothing came out. And let's retrograde ejaculation. That comment is not the Senate big deal but it does need to be looked at so this stuff trump saying get looked into rake in. What does Dr Did you think of? The effective quarantine is going to happen. People suffering from addiction. Better or worse. I think what I'm seeing. I think and again this is. The data has yet to come in yet. I think people are switching to haul. I think I'm seeing a really significant upswing of alcohol right now. I never had quite so many calls for people with real out of control. Alcoholism all of a sudden and I noticed that I think the math is down. The gangs are stayed indoors because of fear of of a covert until they're not distributing as aggressively as they were so I think meth is down and I think they're switching to help call at if you grow to the homeless as somebody There's much more alcohol bottles out of the street and the homeless are more irritable and aggressive. Which is again apple while you just when you thought being homeless could be worse. Yeah it's interesting. The homeless actually have a very low incidence of covid very low because they're outdoors is a steady in China when he looked at three hundred eighteen outbreaks of three or more cases of torture cases. Most had three to five cases. Eighty percent were in the home. Thirty four percent were in a in a contained a transportation environments one case of three hundred and eighteen. They average was three to five. One case was out of door and it was a one to one to person. Transmission outdoors is clearly a better environment for people to be in any indoors so again moving outside. If like I said you went out of your friend over set out of doors where I'm ask be six be apart rapidly. Just fine society. Emily asked what advice? Would you give to someone who deals with depression? Every now and then and who may not have the financial benefits of going to a therapist. It depends where you are. I mean there are if you're in Los Angeles. This subject called the Maple Center. That will has excellent therapist and they are free if you can't pay their most in most areas have at least pro services available for Therapy and sometimes you know. Intermittent depression and whatever's going on there may not take a lot of visits kind of tune things up and make a plan of things you can even do on your own after somebody figures out. What's going on so my goodness I mean? Do you go out to dinner and spend fifty bucks. That's all Kosta therapist so I don't understand why you wouldn't do that. I'll tell you from experience. I just know I always say exercise is so important. I mean what would because I just know that I feel better after I do it wrong. Exercise Watson classical music have performed admirably when measured against depressive medication. And I noticed that with this particular outbreak. I've been really depressed this whole time And I what I don't like is being unable to see the future. I don't like that I can't plan or or see a future in. It's very depressing and I turned it around by running outside in the sun. Having the sunlight getting the air getting the exercise made all the difference in world. Is there a vitamin? Is there something away from depression? But is there some kind of vitamin that you just stand by not that you're trying to promote it but something that you should be taking every day? I don't care who you are. This is the whether it's Vitamin D. Or is there something that you just? There's that one I'll tell you what I'm doing and and and I will. I'll qualify each one as to whether it's a just me. Hey It's there's a promotion attached to a we all do this right. Indeed clearly vitamin D should be an answer in the day of Kobe. I I've been a vitamin D fan for quite some time. There are benefits to get your vitamin D levels well beyond how many milligrams I take about five thousand six thousand a day summer June five and ten but even that it's hard to get it up. Sometimes I take a multivitamin not because of the multivitamin because it has minerals and I do. I'm a big Fan of maintain. We don't get a lot of minerals in our diet anytime a fan of maintaining minerals. I do that. I'm not saying you should do Vitamin D. Listen to what I do you think about it for yourself The studies on people to take multivitamin show fairly consistently that people take multivitamins die. Ah for people who don't take multivitamins. That's the that's the science do with what you would do with you will of that I take. I take vitamin C Mostly because I'm on sort of a kind of Akito Diet and so I. I don't get a lot of vitamin C. Start Take Vitamin C I take I take this project. This product true Naijun. I do promotion for them but I eighteen months ago was convinced that any. D- metabolism is an important part of aging. It's also something helpful and people coming off drugs and alcohol I'll get any infusions and destroy. Naijun enhances a deep tablets in. May May Science looks like it may reduce cell. Senescence meaning might affect aging. So I take that. Every day I'm persuaded also Samantha. Right that whatever survey says that to me. I go car one exception. I wonder if it is maybe let's see. I'm leaving something out the fish around. You GotTa make a decision about this. There's controversy around that you know what combination you want. But I do take. I take fish oil. What about like in terms of inflammation with eating a lot of red meat? And is there a lot of truth to that? Know what there's truth to is. In fact that whole thing has been really shot down. I refer you to the work of Kate. Shanahan Interviewer shoot come in. Okay good. How Chemistry is a family practitioner? She She Intel. You really important things about nutrition. The things we can. No we don't know much really the things we do now but the ones that we also know is that central. Obesity is inflammatory. And one of the things that we're learning about Govan is if you have fat across your abdomen. You are at one of these people that may get cited kind of storm and my patients that had anti phospholipids syndrome insulin. Resistant Central. Obesity did very poorly with cove. So there is all in other words. My hypothesis is they were already inflamed because of this inflammatory or again we call adipose across the central part of their body. That does seem to be true. Cove is reinforcing. That fact now meet is not the mediator of that. How much red meat should I have a arctic? Kate sought to get a not. I'm not a nutritionist. This is just what I do. I'm I believe at this point in my life that the carbohydrate story is a much more serious story particularly for people with Metabolic Syndrome like myself and and again all the people that did poorly covid too many carbohydrates the carbohydrate. Problem Insulin Resistance. I think that may be the major story here and not meet. Wow this has been fantastic. You know so. Let me just where we could find you and listen to you because you're always falls so much knowledge. The Dr Drew podcast correct. It's not a website Andrea Dot COM dot com. Where we decided to go over. What's going on with the Kobe? Thing and answer your questions. On Sundays we do a call in show with guests And then I do an adamant it will show that girl. How's that being back with them? We've been doing it for seven years. I think or eight years so really been out of my life every flip out on each other as overtime. We did shut the fuck up at him. On not late.
"dr drew" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"That do work are more in the sort of neuro biofeedback zone in your multimodality old-fashioned pain management. Like my my uncle was the first president American Academy of Pain Medicine and I used to go. Consult at his pain. Unit which was physical therapist biofeedback psychologists psychotherapists psychiatrists internist just multiple. Modalities each kind of going in and try to adjust this essentially experience and make it more tolerable for people. Because I definitely one that I don't touch touched drugs it acupuncturist. We had all kinds of pressure all kinds and you. It's hard to predict what's going to work for individual And Stanford Right now. I think that's pretty good job there. They're paying program. Who would you call if you were? If you were suffering from chronic pain. You just wanted. Make sure you've covered all the bases the a sure. I went to a comprehensive multidisciplinary pain program. Something like this and you go in there and you tell them everything. You've done everything you're working on the pain. How and all that stuff and they will sort of slowly evaluate you in because for me. I think it's impossible nations like I. How do I get rid of that? All KINDS OF INTERESTING TECHNIQUES. Some of the mindful of his own and all kinds of stuff done everything. I didn't. Amd are. I mean that helped. It didn't help for that. But that's what makes it go away. That's the reality that did nothing makes it go away but it's about making a tolerable and maybe a little inside of US brought to you by fair harbor. You don't WanNa leave 'cause you probably going to see me in a pair of Fair Harbor Swimming Trunks? I don't know how I wish I could take a lie detector test for you folks because I got these ship to me last week and I. I'm not kidding. A haven't taken them off. Fair Harbor placed all Mesh lining and they put in a super soft built in boxer brief liner. That's what I'm worrying that. That's why they're so comfortable. And it is softer than anything. You've ever felt before from swimming exercising lounging and even sleeping. You're not gonNA take these shorts off you're really not you're gonNA. You're gonNA write me fair harbor. Shorts are made from recycled plastic. This is probably the coolest part you know. It's a brother sister They wanted to save the environment. They saw these plastic bottles. And all this crap coming up. They're like. Hey let's do. Something Fair harbors recycled over two point. Five million plastic bottles that keep plastic out of waterways off beaches. These kids are young in their twenty s and they already made me feel like a failure. That's how amazing this company is. They're brilliant. They're harbor is now offering a kids line so the younger guys can say goodbye to. Mesh lining to their makes products for you to enjoy the places you love while protecting those places at the same time. It's so simple. Twenty percent off for everyone listening right now this second head over to Fair Harbor Clothing Dot Com Fair Harbor clothing dot com and use the code inside twenty twenty percent off. That's inside twenty and say goodbye to Mesh lining forever. I'm telling you I mean this. Even if they don't stop being my sponsor for some reason I'm buying this stuff at so much I like inside of you is brought to you by fee eels. F. E. A. L. S. feels de feeling. We all experienced stress. We all have anxiety whether you like to admit it or not. It comes out in different ways. If you're suffering from those things or chronic pain or you have trouble sleeping at least once a week about every night. Personally I You know my story I Yeah back surgeries this and whatnot. Sleep problems anxiety. It goes on and on. But you know. I'm a big advocate of CBD products and feels makes me feels feels is premium CBD delivered directly to your doorstep feels naturally helps reduce stress anxiety pain sleeplessness. All you do is place a few drops of feels under your tongue and you feel the difference within minutes the thing you remember about. Cbd though is that a finding you're right doses important and everybody's doses different so leave room to experiment over the course of a week or so. You may need to take more or less to get the affects. Your after and what I like is real human support. That's what feels offers if you're new to CBD FEELS OFFERS A FREE CB..
"dr drew" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"With essentially metabolic syndrome hypercholesterolemia hypertension central be up. I've now seen cases at it is a rural. It is awful in until we come up with some treatments for that. I am very concerned about this and ended and the other thing. It is more contagious than the flu is highly contagious. So those were those. Were the two pieces that I have changed my opinion on that. It's it is more contagious. And by the way the day that Tony vouches Anthony. Fauci said it's not the flu. It's more contagious. It's more deadly. That was the opinion and then I saw some cases now. I'm you know. See how how awful it is when it when it's bad man it is just do a so we find some treatments that which I think. We're on the verge of very cautious with this thing. What is it desert is one thing but I think they're going to be some some immune modular story interventions that. We will understand us much better very soon. There may be monoclonal. Antibodies were starting to ramp up on convalescent serum and by way a pitch for everybody give blood. There's all this focus on food. There's lot of food around. We have shortages of blood give blood that saves lives. Well that's not something you hear constantly like you have with all this other stuff going on. I'm here in news and it's changing every day and this and don't do this and this and you don't hear enough give blood your blood man. I all this focus on. We got a feed Rasi look. Obesity is the number one risk factor for this sake. And there's a lot of food. I'm glad people are taking care of the food but the stuff. That's that's focused on what what's really going to save lives in a very intermediate-term medium-term which is led products. If you've been over give convalescent serum if you haven't go give blood you're not gonNA catch by giving blood. Don't worry yeah and what do you think about like hanging out with your friends or maybe a friend or two. If you're wearing masks in your separated his I mean there's a lot of people who look down on things. What do you do at this point because you know people were alone? People want but they want to be respectful. And then there's some of those people those idiots sorry that they are the I'll have to wear a mask and like it says no shoes. No shirt no service. Why can't we had a mask to that equation? We should as we open up the only way. We'RE GOING TO BE OPENING UP SUCCESSFULLY. As if we're diligent with the social distancing in the masks but yet you have a friend over and your particular out of doors and you're wearing a mask and you're better six feet apart. Neither of you're feeling poorly nobody fever. That's probably safer than being in your home Safe food delivery that. We've never compared lockdown that I know of. Maybe somebody can. Just show me the data where it has been compared to my knowledge. Never compared lockdown versus social distancing and wearing a mask. They may be exactly the same. And I'm hoping they are. But in order for us to maintain the mad social distancing we have to do that really diligently so I'm not I'm not in favor of these young. Who's not wearing masks. You've gotta do it. We'RE GONNA end up back. You know who knows how they how they would respond in the second way One of my celebrity friends said I'm not going to give his name. People have no idea how many people Dr drew help for free. That's true I mean helping you helping me right now. This is. He's not river that is not just talking about on the radio for media. I slowly percent of the time. I didn't get paid for what I did treating drug addicts and when I dig. It got data fraction or whatever. The should be paid Sweat is if you WANNA help. Drug addicts does not a lot of available resources. Do you still check in with the guys from the Celebrity Rehab or guys that are going through it or survived and they so call you and help for help a couple of days ago. He's he's a new man and he is inspiring. Oh My god Daniel Ball would who are struggled with and now he's just this great great great guy a lot of Jenny. Kevin is now a social worker in Seattle And married with a baby. I mean she was a porn star when we got her hands on her Steven Adler is doing whatever they're allowed doing very very very well in some passed away of opiate addiction And that's I think people understand now. The opiate addiction is fatal and once they got away from me yes what. They went to their pain. Doctors doctors put him back on the payments. They over Died that's that's you know that's another thing you know. I I dealt with a lot of chronic pain my whole life you know surgeries back surge. In this. I've done everything. You probably can four chronic pain and I'm I could go on and I live my life and you know I don't sit there and constantly complain about it but I have always these issues. I always like you know. I'm always in pain. Never comfortable you know. So what do you say to people who are in chronic pain? Something that they can't they you think there's an answer for everything or sometimes you just going to have to deal with it and that's just it. It's more complicated. That there's a there's two components have paid their mad about it. I get my finger with a hammer by finger hurts but there's another piece that's mediated through. Part of the brain called the insular cortex and the inside is worry. The'll centrally there. How we feel that literally how we feel and the sort of register is the misery component of pain or what we call the effective charge of pay in people with chronic pain. That are other usually people with severe chronic pain or dish regulated because of trauma and their insular CORTEX goes off and one of the unfortunate realities. Is that Orpheus? Make that even a more powerful reaction where it's just now earn for rabbit miserable all the time and gets worse the more the longer you exposed to opiates in addition it in addition to causing more misery you actually develop something called. Hypo Jesusa where? The inexperience of the semantic component is intensified as. Well So. It's the worst possible combination. Opiates are not a good treatment for product page so the the other the the kinds.
"dr drew" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"And get help. It's amazing because I look at you and I just see somebody who has their shit together. Somebody always had shift gather. Wow I wish I could emulate. I wish I could be aspire to be a doctor drew. We all Wanna be but then I look and then you you talk about your anxiety your flaws and all these things. Everyone's human and it. If anything it helps knowing that top doctors people that really help other people get the same thing that we do. Of course there are. There are people that are highly narcissistic. That will tell you that feelings don't matter for them and good if they're a surgeon bad if they're a psychiatrist psychologist you know what I'm saying. There's a place for everything but you should always be skeptical. People seem to is. They're not connected to their motions. Emotions don't matter so you went to therapy. Did you had anxiety you took. Did you ever take a Zanex any of those things? It made things worse. I was really bandage in college. I it will give me a bunch of things all bad And I think I was Sir badly mismanaging college that I think is what got me interested in for long while I was you know I love line staff. I was helping adolescence. Young adults in that that I think that interest came to the fact that there was no medical services for adolescents and young adult when I needed it I really needed it and a member. I went down in a sense to these panic. Attacks were cycle psychiatric. And so I went to the mental health services at the college which was in the belltower fascinating early in the BELFRY. And they sent me down to the medical doctor. Which at that time was some retired guy. You know in New England some guy serving his time there. It looks at me he goes. You need to get your act together. Just take some long walks in the woods or something. I'm like a crucible that's GonNa take care of this I'm on. I don't think so. I would happily no that was. It was complete disgusting mismanagement and I always thought. Oh Man I gotTa make sure that this doesn't happen to anybody else so mismanagement like you were doing too many things and you had no kind of structure in a way with those issues thousand depressed. I was having disabling panic attacks and there was pharmacology available at the time. That could have helped me. There was of course. Psychotherapy is and things that could have helped me and to have a a family practitioner and look me. Go Get your act together. Boy was destructive and it was just terrible and then at one therapist who is good and then finally found a good one. Kinda got me through it a bit but it's still struggled for what you just said right. There is very important because you know people looking for a therapist. They think okay. I mean a therapist. I guess I should just stay with him. Thinking oh well therapists are therapists. They're not if you don't like him if you feel uncomfortable. If you don't feel like you probably should look for another therapist correct. We each just like everything else. They each have their strengths talents. And and you was a patient. Don't really know what you need at the beginning. It's hard to tell. Sometimes I didn't know what did it when I was starting out. I would say it's a good bet. Generally is his of general principles. These days trauma is some common that you probably need some trauma informed therapies. So somebody who's got some specialization. Traumas usually helpful and secondly whatever technique they're using does not matter as much as their capacity for deep empathy. So you need to feel them. If that that person must be leaser being focused on you and if you feel that focuses there that's all you need. You know it's weird. I swear I don't know what it was because I've had male therapist for a long time and then last year I have female therapist and for some reason I connect so I can get emotional. I'm like who am I? It's I don't know what it is. I'm not saying that there aren't good. I'm just saying for me having a female presence. I don't maybe you're thinking probably has issues with his mother made but also I think women are better at doing this connecting connect that way we as men we struggled to do it and each of us and that doesn't diminish me the power or the work of any mail there but some of them are extremely good but I think women more easily do this than the rest of us and the maternal figures. They feel like mothers to me when I talk to them. They there's something comfortable me. That was what I didn't. I didn't get what I needed for my home and so a lot of the work was finishing network up. You know you go back to talking about how you wanted to be a voice you. You're quoted here. You said my goal is always to be a part of pop culture and relevant to young people to interact with the People. They hold in high esteem. Yeah the idea was that I get because of my my violent horrible experiences an adolescent. They got to focus them. This was the day of aids to and I was talking to them about this. Is Anthony. Fauci motivated me to go on the radio. You know this. No Oh he was a big player in the AIDS thing and I was working on me. Just deepen the AIDS epidemic and And he was out there. Guy Young doctors. You GOTTA GO. Educate you gotTA Chain behavior they're going GONNA be ten million dead. If we don't change their behavior was out and start to February seriously I ended up. Go on the radio on his own notes. Talking to young people about this. We just had stopped calling. Grids are now calling aids we had the AAC causative agent which at that time we called. Hdl beats three. If you remember yeah ducks not been coined yet. Known was known was talking to young people and it was considered scandalous when I started to do and I thought why we have changed. Behavior are going to get. They're going to get this inspection of we don't so it was really. He was a big part of my motivation. To go in there and be talking about it but the point was time along that I would I? I felt like I was always insert myself into the cultural vehicles. Whatever they might be so I could people dictate young people. I always thought because they're really on the project. They're establishing the trajectory of their life. Some small adjustments can keep it heading towards I honest fear as opposed at landing in the ocean in the and I just was fascinated with that idea. Just was in Gordon thing to do then. I sort of drifted off that into addiction generally And I I sort of saw continue to see that as one of the major problems of our time and that is young people and adults now and still try to use cultural vehicles to make a difference. That's that's the idea. Get get in crawling the stuff. That may be uncomfortable but it makes a difference. Go ahead and do hands like a love line. We live was the original thing but tense like a celebrity rea- yeah which I watched all the time I remember on love line. I remember being a guest in your shows late at night it was doing. I forgot what I was doing but I am asking you. Urinating helps after sex if you if you if you don't WanNa get td and that sure it was the brightest question the world. But I still P after sex is at smart. That's not going to make much of an extra male for women. It's it's smart because they can get your attractive action. So rule hasn't prevent S td. It Prevents Urinary Tract Infections in women. Can't guys get you? Is that Ronald too long with women. During throws a short bacteria gets pushed up into the bladder very easily so women should should relax. I don't need to go to the bathroom. Nevis is not a bad habit. Not a bad habit. I mean cleans out the ARETHA. Maybe you read some irritation right. You know I'm only bringing this up because it was a news only because I I commend you and I find it really amazing. How after the whole Kobe? Nineteen and I know you've heard so much about it. But you know in the beginning when really nobody knew. Anything you know your. Your outlook was was obviously way different than it is. Now you're sort of perception. Who hasn't way different? I gotTa tell you now that we're here. It's not way different. I would I look. I talked to a producer yesterday who was producing this show in Denver that I was on three months ago and I told him I said I feel now exactly the way I did. When are shooting my mouth off on your show. Which is we don't know what's going on. The press needs to shut up. Everyone needs to listen to and the CDC the should be your guiding star but the prestige to shut up because they are going to create a panic and that panic is going to great. God only knows what owners now here. We are the state of California where we overshot in other words. We're some good that the the the Esta THE DISEASE. Rate was about two hundred times less than we predicted. Good Job Maybe. We could have navigated through this. And maybe down by a factor of tender factor of five and not had to have closed everything down the way we did the. Cdc never recommended that a never recommended it. So I'd stand by what I said. Which is the CDC guiding light? If you do more I understand why. The governor in California did more. I feel bad for him. Because that's a tough decision. I iceberg behind him when he made it. I said look. He's got a plan for the worst case scenario. We've his judgment is. We need to shut it all down. Get mercy ships in ear you know. Get thirty thousand ventilators in your his drivers repair for the worst case scenario. I think it's a gross overreaction. I said at the time but I will stand behind him. Because that's that's a hard call. Do Yeah retrospect. It's easy to go in. We were way way over good. We could have done that we we. We lightnings things up now because you know. We showed that okay. We've been flattened the curve and we don't actually know scientifically when people talk about following the science. We actually do not know whether or not lockdown shelter in place is different or has a different effect than wearing a mask and social distancing. People are conflating. The word social distancing social distancing does not include shutting down businesses and and sheltering in place. That's something the government did and okay. It were but it worked said well. Maybe you didn't need to do that. Maybe maybe it'll be just as good. If we wear masks and social distance it may be. I don't know I don't know but it's it's worth a shot and then chase it and make sure we really have enough people. Having the governor's doing this really good. He's got a whole army of people to chase little outbreaks and make sure those. Yeah the import. So what do we obviously don't Oracle? But what do you? What do you think's going to happen in the next couple of months? Is this GONNA go on for months and months and months? The part I didn't know about this virus is is clinically how it affects at risk population. So people over seventy.
"dr drew" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"And so. I've gotten very good at doing that for other people too. Because I've been the object of that and for drug addicts. That is a particularly important thing to be able to do because drug addicts are disconnected from their emotions and and get so last in their disease. They don't know what's real bullshit and they want to know in when somebody else can fear their feelings. It's called fooling felt when I can tune into you know what I can receive. What's really going on with them? It's an important experience that's connected and safe and secure and of course trust is a big issue for Greg inside of US brought to you by express. Vpn We all know that express VPN protects your privacy and security. But there's something you might not know which is even cooler than that you can use. Vpn To unlock movies and shows that are only available in other countries right so all the time on our hands now or you know we're stuck at home what do we do. You know. We're going to run out. Run out of space around the things to watch Netflix. So you know this whole week. I've been using express. Vpn TO WATCH DOCTOR WHO? I'm proud of that. I've been told to wash it and amusing and is pretty darn cool. It simple even I could do it. I just fire up the express. Vpn APP change my location to the UK refresh deflects and that's it expresses. Upn Hides your IP address. And lets you control where you want sites to think you're located you can choose from almost one hundred different countries so just think about all the Netflix's libraries you can go through but it's not just net flicks you could use express. Vpn FOR HULU BBC. I player Youtube net. You name it hundreds of epsn's out there and the reason is express VPN is simply because it's faster. It's ridiculously fast. And that's important to me and probably every person listening there's never any buffering are lagging stream in hd no problem express. Vpn is also compatible with your devices all your devices phones media consoles smart. Tv's and more you can watch what you want on a personal device or on the big screen wherever you are if you visit my special link right now express VPN DOT com slash. I you you can get an extra three months of express. Vpn For free. That's right support the show. Watch what you want. Protect yourself with express. Vpn At Express v P and dot com slash. Iou inside of is brought to you by better. Help online counseling. This is something I I love doing these spots. These are extraordinary times to say the least with everything going on today. I mean the stress anxiousness depression. I was irritable earlier in the podcast.
"dr drew" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"But I. I don't know if it's a minority or not probably minority but there there's people that do it and I WANNA add no trouble keeping up on the reading. I like it I'm into it. I read three journals week. But that's that's kind of easy. Ed Part the the more meaningful part is what you get from your peers. This is the part that people don't appreciate that you have to be interacting with your peers to to know what what's happening right now. You have to be talking to a specialist. You have to be hearing from the get it because the the sub specialist in medicine near the cardiologists against Rajasthan neurologist They're the ones that sort of set the practice and and what they are doing you have to be interacting with is. They're they're the ones moving things along all the time. And WE IS INTERNAL MEDICINE. Kinda come along with So good good peers and their practices sort of set the tone for what we do and then then I go. Oh Yeah I was reading about that. I get what he's doing or he or she is doing. There's the practice of that of seeing it in my patient right now and I will lift up that do you guys that are relatively bright but you like this guy should never become a doctor. And they're there with you. They're graduating with you. Whatever the case. But you're like that that that kind of person usually finds their way into a field where they don't have to care you know what I mean. There's fields of medicine like pathology or certain things where you're caretaking. Is You just technician at certain points. You know you just need to do a great job. And that's all they WANNA DO THEY WANNA be return under. They want to be a great knowledge wherever it is they they don't have to. It's better when they care they don't have to care tried. Yes it was yeah. I don't mind those. I'm not those guys are because I need these technicians that can really you know when I hit my prostate disaster guy. What'S COMPLICATION RATE DOWN? Eleven hundred help occasion rate zero ago. Fine let's go. Jet Was that you thousand thirteen diagnosed. Eleven years ago right. Yes so it's thirteen. Yeah so what what happens. I mean that's that's something we we just touch on. You know trying to give the audience a little information here and they probably should know this. But a lot of people don't like you get your prostate checked every year right and it's and by the way is blood enough because a lot of doctors say oh just check your PSA level or not to be but need needed finger in your ass asked Every year after fifty for all men unless you have a first degree relative with prostate cancer which case it is every year after forty and so you recommend the blood and the finger better lead for sure finger. Why is the finger better better than blood is just? It's just Qarara you such a thing as a alert. Psa prostate cancer and they are actually really bad so there is such a thing right and you and you would feel it when he region there you know. I. I hadn't gotten one the magical finger got one last year for the first time and I'm forty eight years forty seven years old. That's that's okay. That's okay anybody with grandfather. My grandfather had it but he got rid of it but yeah he did have it so you could argue. It's really not technically a first bureau but but you could argue. Start at forty but definitely fifty F. colonoscopy had one of those you know everybody said it was that bad like I really didn't feel that bad I took the liquids. I took them all the same time for the most part. I didn't do it the way you probably should. And Yeah I I went pretty hard. It was like liquid fire for a couple hours. The preps are easier now. Nothing or you're out you don't know what's going. Oh my God I remember talking to the dock and the next thing I know is like all right Nancy anything in there now people when they get the polyps is that a concern like when you have pops and took them out. That's that's the concern. Well it changes. How rescreen you and? I'm a big advocate. Once you have all of you need a follow up in one to three years depending on what kind of policies that sort of thing but more than that. I'm a big advocate of genetic screening. Now so there are. There are syndromes of primarily. How your DNA repairs itself right your team. As always making mistakes. The biochemistry of DNA replication so complicated. Of course they're going to be mistakes. And there's a whole system in your in your cells of mistake repairs and some people's repair systems. Aren't that great. So sometimes these these DNA errors get through and that is a cancer or that's a pilot and there are certain genetics that you can test for to see what you're one of those people and I always had a hunch that I was 'cause there's colon cancer my family and my down prostate cancer so I did this thing called color dot com which I recommend for everybody C. O. L. O. R. DOT COM. It's about two hundred bucks. They test for the thirty thirty five most common. Dna sort of uptight like Broccoli Genes will there's about is actually about four hundred things like that but there's thirty thirty five common once and I have not. I have something called Lynch Syndrome an MSA six lynch which puts me at risk for colon cancer and prostate cancer. And so now. I have to get an upper and lower endoscopy every year because my sons had started. There's at twenty five because they had to. Yeah I mean look. It's important just to be on top of it. Look a lot of guys it's always been like. I don't WanNa go to the doctor. I don't WanNa go that. Well then you die pretty much. You don't go to the Doctor. You'RE GONNA die. I have a lot of friends. That don't WanNa go the doctor fine. I feel great. Great is not. The game became his presents. Getting sick prevent the cancer. Pick them up when they're early before they get away You know it's it's about states. Get on your blood pressure medicine. Stay on your question. Do these things it make you listening right that we were supposed to ended said pharmacology and screening else's do that. Well it's also the same thing with going to psychiatrists going to a third that you know a thank God. It's normalizing a little bit where everyone sort of talking about now or more people especially on my show we talk about that and you know I always say I'm not a doctor but you know you should probably go see a therapist by talk to. Somebody knows what they're talking about. What for eleven years you went to therapists for eleven years old. Yeah thing the did. What years were these age of about? Thirty three to forty four something like that. So so I I love an executive over and I can tell you panic attacks and depression by college but I've generalized anxiety. I'm a little on the CD. Spectra and We have triplets and during the early years by. Zaidi was spinning. My WORKAHO ISM was crazy. GonNa Ham I going to support through. I was just I was not then at the age of one. One of our kids needed brain surgery. I guess I spun out like a top. I wasn't aware of it but my wife called me at work. One day I went. Uday doctorate there. I was like. Yeah Yeah because I thought it would help me with my work with drug addicts and stuff are starting to do that. I've gone absolutely should go. It just might. The hair stood up in the back of my neck. Okay Okay you down. Made the call started and it was beyond wonderful. Well you know you really need one person in your life. I always say that you just trust that. Whatever that person says you are for the most part are going to take that advice? Is Susan Your Wife? That seems like it's one person when she tells you something not went certain times good treatment. I know she's serious than she. She's pretty serious. I will take the direction. The kind of therapy I did. Though was not advice oriented at all. It was Turned out I had a leak connection where conceptualize these things? I so so the the primary sort of Problem today that people have is regulating their emotions. Right Golden Affect Regulation and I had a particular issue where I was not strongly connected to my primary emotions so they were sort of vague and I couldn't really feel them so I had to get do do insight oriented deep. What's called emotionally focused therapy to try to connect up those emotions and you essentially do that by sitting with another person in proximity whom you trust just going. I'm feeling whatever it is. And then that person reflects back to you on their face and with their voice a an understanding of your experience which is called a second order representation that you then is sort of a metabolize emotion that you then take back in. So it's primary motion metabolised emotion internalized and identified and connected. So if I say Dr drew you asked me how I feel and I'm feeling I feel sort of like tinguely like almost numb. I feel like I'm anxious. It's in my chest. I feel like I just feel like I'm just I'm just anxious and I don't know why I just feel like I'm ahead of myself and that was me. That's how that's what I deal with. You go no no no no no now will. What's just just tune in like what I get the. You're anxious anxious. What what comes up? What are you feeling what what what else? What else is there? What's on your mind would like would would pops into your head right and then and then following that.
"dr drew" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"The inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum was not recorded in front of a live studio audience. A doing Dr Drew Sir. I'm good you like you're about to either. You got off work or you're about to go to a an event do I of an event. I've got the do a show and Fox eleven every night so I got a suit up for that. I got a blow out of here right afterwards all right. This is one of the reasons I wanted to have you not only for this but I just can't. I just can't imagine anybody doing more than you. I don't know how you're not divorced. I Dunno how you're not in celebrity rehab so it's a great question. I mean when I was really bad I mean my Workaho Ism so funny bring this up at a dream about it last night but am I daughter was sort of confronting me about. My work is in my dream but in my in the nineties. I don't know how my wife tolerated I don't know I would get up at five in the morning and I would struggle to get home by ten at night every day and I mean every day as so went for years. Did you make promises to this? Is GOING TO END. This is just how it is now and then it got worse. Probably that kind of saying or just this. Is this way I have to do this. Is You know the people are sick. I you know I I don't know I don't know what how I how I persuaded her. That was the right way to be but it took to carve it down to carbon down. What you've four podcasts. Is that right. But now I'm not bad not bad compared to how was this is like leisurely I never. I never ate a meal sitting down. I never got more than six hours of sleep and it was just. It was insane and the people would go off all night back in the days of the beeper still running in the middle of the night at least two nights a week is crazy. You a super. Do you still have a practice? Pasadena. I but it's small. It's basically followed for thirty years and be really really well. I I was doing telemedicine before became a thing. 'cause I can manage my patients. I mean I know them so well sorry to manage them. And how many do you have? How many regular patients that you've had all these years if you hundred you know three or four hundreds of three or four hundred? He's in a few. I was up willie up for a long time and I was doing a fulltime And and costal and seeing twenty-five outpatient today it was. It was nutty. Did they ever say things to you like you know? I'm sure you're busy with your celebrity friends or your celebrity patients but not the ones that have been listening if it with me forever and all that stuff started happening. They're like hey from our anyway about my about my back success. So they they they got. There was two worlds. I lived there. And what kind of medicine is that like? Is it just everything they come to you with everything and you kind of instruct them to go? You need to go see the doctor this specialist. Everything non-surgical I took care take Aaron and I used to do a lot of critical care. You know so then later management that stuff you starting to hear about these days in the coke day of covid used to a lot of nuts out and so I actually signed up to go to the York because I guess I I didn't know but I guess the younger internist aren't being trained. Do Intensive Care Medicine. They've left that now for the intensiveness and so I when governor Cuomo called out for tears I said men signed up. I come to work on the front lines. No problem and you've done that already. Rely signed up and I went through the interview process and they decided stand standby and they never called me. I would not happily mean. I really wasn't enforced. That job entail. What exactly would it be? It'd be a lot of work. He would have been admitting people into an intensive care. Unit coat probably. I don't know if I would have been managing the whole unit or do a shift on the unit or be there with other doctors vanishing the I duNno. I depends on the hospital but it would have been you know our care. Critical care critically ill patients but again. I did. I was going to be cardiologists in that got sidetracked because I started moonlighting R- after by finish my internship started moonlighting in a psychiatric hospital down the street and I became completely intrigued by what was going on there and I was initially and free for the first like five seven years I was there. I was running the medical services. I became really good in the medical management of psychiatric patients. And Guess we're a lot of the medical problems were they. Were down on drug unit so then I got interested in that population and how to get people off drugs. Even though I'd worked in a county hospital for you know fifteen years ten years Never anybody give me any guidance on on withdrawal and how that could be disciplined and there was a guy there at the time. This is a nineteen eighty nineteen eighty six and it was a guy there that has made a clinical discipline. Out of drudge on are GonNA learn that then turn to do that then I started. I got pretty good at it. And then people were asking me to see more and more these drug addicts also had lots of medical problems. And the whole while I was so fucking hubristic I was like. Oh what goes on in. Those rooms was twelve. Step on the watts. What is that? Nonsense twelve steps. I do real medicine and and I watched some people go young healthy people go from dying to amazing over the course of like three months and I was just like what is that why what is happening. I mean I need to understand more about that. And that's Kinda how I got into it. I mean you got into your father's a doctor right. Yeah and you'll captivated by what he did as as a youngster did you. I think I realized him in some fashion I always just assumed that's what I would do I hit amherst college in. Nineteen seventy six You know ran straight into winter there and the level of competition intellectually. There was insane and after a semester. Doing pretty well but I just tapped like I can't do this. I I'm not for this is really smart people here. Those guys get to do this. This isn't for me and spent about a year and a half screwing around Doing Music Theater and you send you. Did you see me on the mess singer? Well that's what I was GONNA ask. I mean I mean I mean. Did you want to be a performer? Did you WANNA be for about five minutes? I thought about going to West Germany and really draining seriously an opera. Because I was pretty good I could create a pretty good sound and I was. You know decent at at a classical music but I was thank God. I did not do that because I am a terrible musician and I have a son. Who's a really well trained classical singer? Nps He's the real deal. I was not even a dilatot together. I don't know we've ever done come on. Does he play a little? Jim Crow Chee. He's clasby train so weak. Know Jim Croce ended the second act of fellow or something and do a duet but let risely lead it. I got very depressed very depressed and during that period and started having panic attacks and just I was a rack and I was a little time going. We'll medicine thing they want me to do. I'm not that I don't allow me to find my own way Blah Blah Blah and then finally after about a year and a half of that nonsense. I had the urge to go got pretty good science. I wonder if I went back to that and immediately for better immediately thought. Oh there's something there and Started working my way back then I had to get my my act together fast Because now it's my junior year in college. I've got one semester premed under my belt and I've got to go to school full time I get a kick ass in everything. I've got a multiple science classes which was considered DAF at at at. My College. Didn't do it but I did it and made it through what is that. What is that because I never had that drive? Maybe was certain things but it just seems so overwhelming some so daunting to imagine to become a doctor. The things you have to have to really want to become a doctor. Go through that Richard. I was a when I was a freshman in college would have been terrible identity when I return to a junior I was on I was like and there's something about the male brain. My brain was not mature enough to sit and do the work that needed to happen when I was night. I was eighteen when I got to college but at night. Nineteen twenty will now. I could do it I can suddenly do. It is and I kind of excel at it and and I was. I was into it. I was very very very into it. So you love the work. You love being around people who love the work. I just love science and I love the rigor of the training at I was a very well trained scientists by the end actually a and then when I got to medical school I remember we would have. We would have glose anatomy at the end of the day everyday and I would get out of that anatomy lab and my car would always be on the room for this parking lot. I would just walk on. Go Oh my God. I'm so happy to be out if you have such purpose it. This is so meeting for him so delighted do now and so it just gratitude all cross now. The time I got into the words third and fourth year I got a little less moreover. Well that's when I started work. All isn't kicked off my co dependency so the residents would like kick the shit out of me for years And then when I got back around to residency then I was into it again. I was back really really really did just everything and you see this is the thing with science is that it's always changing and there's always things to learn. It's almost like being a technician or somebody WHO's with the Internet. Shit in an analogically speaking you have to keep up to date with editors that's overwhelming for me to think about a way airline pilots to keep up to date on the you know the aircraft and what's going on and make sure their judgment is good. I don't know somehow. Highly aircraft feels about the same and I can tell you this two aspects to this keeping up or one is well. There's axel testing. You should be doing every year and I do. This thing called the M. K. Sap every year. I've done absurd twenty years. You have to do it. it's a rare of keeping your medical education sort of at the top levels is this. It's just a crate. You don't have to using a lot of doctors do that. I A lot of guys do a lot of guys.
"dr drew" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"To stage dot com look for I think the the subject is Rosenbaum and Dancing D. A. N. S. O. N. A check that out. I appreciate you guys. This week is a great guest. A people have talked to me on the listeners. Written in the fans and I'm going to read some letters on the altro Of the show when when our guest is gone. But there are you know. It's it's talked about mental health. Talk about all these things. Why don't you have a doctor or something like that? Or is so. That's what we did so the past couple of weeks. I've interviewed my Some therapists a life coach this week. So that's going to happen. We're GONNA have a mental health with prefiguring all that out now but already recorded and fantastic but this week. This was amazing. This is someone that I've known for a while. Haven't known like we're not buddies In fact he doesn't really return my emails all the time. Because he's he's a doctor he's busy okay. So you know it's not like constantly berated the guy but no. He's a fantastic man. He's got a heart of gold. He helps a lot of people for free You know on Celebrity Rehab. He's What else I mean. There's so many podcasts. Love Line. He's got he was on the masked what is at the masked man masked crusader. I don't know I don't want you. But he was on it I love and he has so much insight today. You'RE GONNA love to and that's Dr Drew. Dr Drew Pinski. So why don't we get inside of Dr Drew? It's my pawn. You're listening to inside of you with Michael.
"dr drew" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"You're listening to inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum. How's it going jagged week and there was a weekend sometimes. It feels like every weekend doesn't it also if you could please follow us on all our social media's and subscribe to the show wherever you're listening or watching that really helps. You can watch on Youtube. Brian makes these amazing video. So you can watch the interviews there or listen on spotify. Please subscribe writer review. You gave us a five star rating. I mean seven thousand ratings. Whatever it's pretty bad ass so make sure you handle US and handle us. It's getting a little perverted. I've been doing those instagram lives. If you've joined us we had zach leave. Came on the other night and it was awesome. We talked about you. Know therapy in life and it was really great. It's really fun if you get to see any my instagram live. I know some people taped it but Soon as I have special guest Papa. The most interesting thing is really on those instagram lives. People want to be invited to be on the video so you could split the screen with them. So I randomly invite people to come on instagram. Lives and they have been unbelievable. We're GONNA do Patrons stuff at the at the end my shouts to my lovely patrons who I love inside even also the Patriot The horror patron that. I'm doing the John Heater. Napoleon dynamite. You know we're doing the Hora Patriot exclusive. It's only there it's called. Where have all the good movies gone? We review movies. But we also talk and comment to each other and then and the patrons and it's actually really a lot of fun and thank you. Bryce for your editing in your and by the way we message when you get messages from us on the Patriots us. More importantly the great Charities out there that I love Ronald McDonald House. Reminding you Tom Welling Chris crew myself. We did a amaze dot com slash reunion. You donate for Ramadan House of Los Angeles that I've been a part of for a long time. And they draw somebody and you get to have a virtual room with US within. Just talk to us for a long time. So that's fun Also throwing out on foot dot org helping the homeless. I'm a ninety dollars club member Love that place and a lot of my listeners fans patrons unbelievably kind have I. I've heard from rob and the head of the organization on foot. They do your your people from podcast. Listeners are like donating money holy just too much. Don't get me started. You don't get emotional really quick. Support the animal rescue mission arm. My Good Friend. Shira who I. I love and Adore. She is part of that organization. She she heads it and go to their website It's really incredible. Tell Michael Rosenbaum sent. Are you listening to the inside of you podcast? Www dot the animal rescue mission dot org also is on instagram today. Said what the hell man so I I'm thinking of auctioning some old scripts that have signed. I have many of different things because I'm kind of like that. You guys now. Tom Welling he'd eating kristen. They didn't they didn't take anything with them. But I took wardrobe and things something like a raise some money so maybe a few scripts few of clothing whatever. I was on Instagram so I might auction those offer charity. Whatever you get one hundred bucks. Five Hundred Bucks Thousand Bucks you give it to charity every every count so it's good also go to inside of you online store We got inside of you mugs and sight you tons of stuff but new shirts and hoodies and all that stuff just came in and sell them. My caught cakes ago to the inside you online store and I'm doing a stage. It people been asking me to do stage at haven't done one and I've never done done one alone. That's tomorrow may twenty seventh at six. Pm California time at specific. That's Wednesday. Tomorrow it's a stage it with my good dear friend He's really the only person I've seen rob dancing. He's in the band left on Laurel. We we did the together and But he and I have been hanging out. He wears a mask. He's ten feet away so We're being safe and he will join me for a stage. It and what prizes and all that so go.
"dr drew" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"I i want strangers to like me for artistic impulse in all of this sure but but <hes> as long as it's contained and i don't want to be not at the expense of another the nurses in my opinion narcissism. It has liabilities short. The liability of narcissism is envy. Knock other people down if they have more than you and empathic failure so have you lose if you as if you're a narcissistic inclined and you lose connection to important feelings and more importantly other people's feelings. That's a problem yeah. That's a narcissism i for whatever reason i'm lucky. I don't have the nv thing like all mysterious title like watching people's yes root for. I want people to do well yes and if somebody has some more got off to work hard to get like right like that's where i think that's what i think is healthy competition. It's not it's not to achieve at the expense of other zero sum game. It's not zero sum game and you don't you don't need to destroy the people in the process. It's like like hell wow that was really cool. That inspires me to try this thing. It always was throughout history until we got this narcissistic. Turn all became right screwed up well. I really really hope that <hes> you know that people come away from this just at least thinking a little more about things that they don't realize choices in their lives that are affecting the landscape ape of their emotional mental health. I would also say that most of what you think. Most of your thought thought processes are dependent on feelings and what you think is going on is really being generated by feeling states that your brain is trying to make sense of right so it pay attention to that yeah. Yeah i mean we do we do kind of live in an opinion is fact era where it's like. I have this thought and so it's a fact. L. feels like they're at this flat therefore it's so you're assuming a lot for that to be for that to be true. Maybe there's other. Maybe there's other explanations. I'm your well. You're good. I'm good yeah yeah feel. Fill this place. It's really fun. Yeah the wife and i the wife and i spent a lot of time restoring. I see i see it. It comes through okay. Here's here's all of druze stuff. I mean it's dot com it really is all there but still the best dr drew podcast cast the atom andrew podcasts the life you live podcast weekly infusion podcasts history of opium which you said was a limited series. K._a._b._c.'s midday live podcast <hes> and then through after dark in the youtube show starring tom sikora. It starts like next week so that's been a good time. I forgot about that yeah. We're going to be <hes> deconstructing deconstructing. They're crazy videos at your mom's house and deconstructing comedians. Oh fantastic. He'll have a guest on that. Yeah i mean listen. Comedians do enjoyed talking about themselves but we're going to try to deconstruct a little bit. Christina has a preoccupation with deconstructing comedy or deconstructing. We'll we'll see i but mostly the uae she christina tom's why objects going why are they sit with their own dark side. They're all they're all mass. We've got to figure it out. What what comedy's defense mechanism. I think so you know like it's it's how we protect ourselves from an an comedians always super smart and super interesting like really have interesting life. Experiences almost always accept corollas a robot. You've heard his life wiser about a million times so well. It is always a pleasure to see you. Thank you so much for being here and again. I will never stop telling people this every time you're on but when i wanted to get sober i called oh you you did not hesitate to put me on the right track. You checked in with me your genuine concern when you've got nothing more out of it than just knowing that you were helping another person person help change the course of my life and i will always love you and be appreciative for helping i appreciate it and you know. That kind of stuff keeps me going. I'm ready to they. Go for another few weeks and your recovery and i'm grateful. We'll thank you so much. I am grateful to and i hope you all out there and maybe just write down one thing before just look and feel and try to absorb the joy and and as always enjoy a burrito and as the as the stowage did he give you the going back because i send just to live what misery but to love it or something. It's like to love a lot of fair yeah yeah just to accept it but to love it not to accept it but to love it to move with. It is the end it's the editon t- podcast number ten seventeen seventeen that was dr drew returning to the podcast. It's time for word salad. Wrap okay talking a lot about the dangers of social media wa and not in the like. I was growing up. It was all about the dangers of backward backward masking on albums because it was the one thousand nine hundred and by rock bands influence what their satanic messages by playing the records records backwards. I just mean i listen. It's been social. Media in itself is neutral. It's really just how we perceive it how we use it and you know and so i don't mean avoid it avoid it. I do think it is a part of our culture. That does not seem to be going away anytime soon but i mean how to approach it healthier for yourself because again. I do think you know the more you're on it. The more it just by comparison pairing yourself to other people that you see or just toxic new cycles or shit. That's going on in the world that is just choose away at your soul that it's just about balancing that stuff and so here's what i'm going to recommend by all means somebody fuck off you do not have this is just a suggestion but as i've said had a few times before on the podcast i'd been playing so much nintendo switched literally like well over two hundred hours of zelda breath of the wild and so this year i thought you know i i want to apply that same amount of time and see if i can learn guitar piano italian so i started becoming a student of things again and it's been fucking looking great and part of the way that i was able to do that was to you know bargain with the time that i was spending playing video games by take like two hundred fifty hours and apply it to a new skill set. What what would i be able to learn. What would i be able to achieve and so far. It's been really fun like just amazing so this is a a challenge pitch out there to you all right good chance. You probably have an iphone if not no worries. I'm sure your other not iphone. Phone phones can do a version of this but just see if you can track how much time you're spending on social media per week per day and just take a few of those hours and swap them out for a new skills at you know so if you see that you're passively spending like three hours a day on social media which is by the way sadly not an unreasonable out of time people spend on their like seems like it might be kind of the norm. I'm at least you know maybe just bargain away one of those hours you know or if you see like jesus christ twenty hours a week. That's a fucking part time job. I have a part time job in social media. That doesn't pay me anything other than just i get get paid and kicks the gut so maybe <hes> if you see like okay so that's twenty hours a week passively spending on social media and when you go to reach for your sometimes when i go to reach for my phone to just start scrolling through instagram or whatever i-instead instead grabbed a guitar and i start practicing the pentatonic scale something to do with my hands. It engages me immediately. Forget about the other thing about going. I want to social media. If it's a language you know you go to pick up your phone. Instead opening a social media open a language app. You know allow yourself to spend if you're spending twenty hours a weakened social media. If you just spend even five hours a week trying to learn something new. You're gonna have a new fucking skill set in not a lot of time my friend so i just think a way to sort of combat like the passive poisoning of our souls and our brains is to learn a.
"dr drew" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Com. It'll have the list of everything there so thanks for coming back on the podcasts which i always love talking about just love talking about the mental health and the mental the state of our culture where we're at and he's a great guy to talk about that with so here and also funny so here's episode ten seventeen to the podcast. Dr drew returns initiated protocol technique right now. Is this like how you do it. I mean <music>. I'm listen..
"dr drew" Discussed on Dr. Drew After Dark
"<hes> this episode of after dark is brought to you by Carol. Tell you more about that later. Now let's get onto the show Dr drew and this is Dr drew after dark after Mark Macon named sexually oriented content unsuitable for young children and welcome to another episode of Doctor After Dark. We appreciate all the sport. We appreciate all the emails. I've got <hes> quite a bit to go through today and the voice message keeping common at <hes> Dr drew after dark at gmail.com and also eight one eight two five three one six nine three guided. Keep it coming one day. We'll have phones but in the meantime this is actually kind of working with the emails and the voice messages right Jimmy o Yang yes true so wow is that I came in hot today man hoping this next hour you fix my life will answer. Some other people's help people that don't know our heritage together. I was your dad he well. Here's here's thing I have good Asian. Parents are immigrants but never taught me anything about the came here what age thirteen from thirteen and how much English did you speak. Not Really. I learn English. How kids will learn Spanish in school and I don't even know what like what's is up man because that's American slang I knew what what man up meant then though what what's up man so it was kind of a struggle and I found love line when I was about fifteen I got like three years of you struggling with English in high school junior high school or high school junior high when I must've been hot stuff all over me man yeah yeah yeah yeah they call me Jimmy Thick Cock back in the day but not really didn't discover it until in my late twenties so okay so we're gonNA bring you here? You bring it dude. Bring it now but when I found love line I was like really cool in liberating because in a Chinese family we're only talk about that kind of stuff. I think I've good Asian parents in general but when it comes to like relationships apps and stuff like that six basically raised by wolves oh yeah so it was good to hear you an atom and a super funny. I listened to it like every night. It was on eleven or something ten twelve yeah. It was awesome. Actually here in Los Angeles actually what I actually hated it when you guys had musical guests Oh yeah because that took away from the phone call Yes yes yes and so from us you learn sex you learn English and slaying we SORTA raised you opposed to the wolves me and Adam raised you yeah ah just another pack of wolves lying so not much of a difference but at least I on what America's sex life is..
"dr drew" Discussed on Dr. Drew After Dark
"Dr drew, and this is Dr drew after Dr he'd be vice doctor after dark making sexually content and be unsuitable for young children. Everybody. Welcome to the first episode of Dr drew after dark where well first person to be abused on this show me probably we breakdown answers from our listeners questions, rather our listeners. I try to answer them we breakdown weird videos as the tendency on your mom's house, and this is of course, an offshoot of that. And we will analyze comedians who agreed to put themselves in front of me. So I can break them down a little bit. We are. I'm delighted to be here. I'm delighted my first guest is Christina p. It's a boom is deep honor. You have no idea kidding me excited, and Christina is the kind of person I want for this show because only ship brilliant talented, comedian cameras are starting to warm up and she leaned over. She goes feel about people scampering. Yeah. What do you think? Think about McAfee. I mean, we had Latin ladies dumping and his mouth this would he wants to run for president would people ask questions like that. I I'm already getting overheated. I think to myself. It's your friends in the scat for Christina be out. This is going to be the best podcast in the history podcast. Dr drew, I remind everybody you can subscribe and review on I tunes. Also, check us out at YouTube dot com slash your mom house podcast. Your mom's house podcast Friday..
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