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"dr klein" Discussed on Was jetzt?
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"dr klein" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"For taking my call. Hello, Dr Klein. Um, two questions. Um, we knew they are shit when the corporate first broke out. We'd be in this situation. We are. We are today and to, uh, after the East one and one. Why do not, uh two other administrations Obama and Trump Prepared the country, the doctors and nurses. With the equivalent needed in case like this now. We'll break out and actually secrets. How can we be more prepared in the teacher? All right. We was probably the best overriding question of all, Dr Klein. What lessons should we have learned from this pandemic for the next one? Yes, so that the idea about protection is great and it It's definitely right. I mean, you know we're talking. I don't know, 15 years ago. I guess that was to the ball of the 2000. Nine was H one h one n one, and which turned out not to be such a big deal, And I think the problem is is you know you get lulled into a sense of comfort and we hit and we have got to mean nothing like this in 100 years, but we have these epidemics and then they go away and we move on and And and it's expensive, for example, to store protective equipment and those sorts of things because they outdated and and you know, you end up wasting them or throwing them away, you know, and I think, you know, I think that that our politicians tend to live for the moment, you know that. I think we see it everywhere and are spending and everything we do. They they? It's almost as if they're responding to the current news headlines, and I think I think we need some better longer term strategic planning. Uh, first of all, to make sure that that our health care system is or their health care workers. Are prepared to have enough equipment that sort of thing to to move ahead. We need. We need to keep constant stockpiles of of of equipment in those sorts of things, and I think You know, we really should not now that we have the vaccine technologies, which can be radically adapted to new vaccines. I think we need to put a lot of energy and effort into into continuing to develop those so that we're We're protected. I mean, we we, You know, we're very vulnerable to flu flu epidemic and in fact, people were predicting that, uh, they it may surprise you to know that the World Economic Forum said the United States was the best prepared country. In the world to to deal with an epidemic. Uh and they said that right at the beginning of, uh of this of this crisis, So, uh, it's not. It's not unique to the United States. No, and, uh, in that regard, should we not When we prepare and stockpile of a future should we not do so off of resources that are hours. That is to say not be dependent on any foreign country for those pandemic resources, especially one which is generally antagonistic to us. Yeah, I mean, that's such a great point, and we, you know, we get shifted. So much of our manufacturing and so many critical elements of the operation of of our society have gone overseas, and sometimes it's just to save a few bucks. I mean, it's not E. There really is no value to it. And I think I think we need to. We need to Be more vigilant. But you know, the problem isn't being lulled into a sense of complacency, which which is what normally happens. Yeah, Skip in Burlington, Vermont. Hello. Germany. I'm going to make a statement. Then when I ask her questions Um Also soon That it was, uh, saris was Now, uh, weaponized. And you're out was the These two people. Just the news reported. What's the next step? Well, I missed. I guess the gist of that Skip, we don't have any proof that anything. Quote unquote was weaponized. What exactly are you asking? Well, how the hell this is SARS escaped from the lab. Well, it's a great question to ask at this juncture. I I suppose we could. We could ask, uh, The sky as far as that's concerned, doctor client. I mean the Chinese, presumably by now, no and the Chinese were almost certainly not going to tell us. So is one of the great question. I don't know what the answer is forthcoming, is it? No. I mean, we know some people were infected, for example, in that lab, but we don't know they were infected with covid I Yeah, You know, I if if it came from the Wuhan virology, and soon and again, it may have It likely was an accident because there would be no point In in in deliberately releasing something that would would cause you the the harm that this caused, uh, China itself, So I don't think that anyone deliberately The deliberately released it. You know whether it was weaponized or was kind of weapons research is what I would say. I have no idea. Um I You know, I sort of biological weapons like this truthfully, have never been very successful. And I'm not. You know, I would be a little skeptical of of that notion. There are lots of reasons to do research. And so I would. I would. You know, I would be much more. You know, I certainly would believe that it's possible it was manipulated. But I you know whether you know I I don't know that it was, by the way. I don't know where it came from, but but I think and none of us do, but I, You know, I think, And it's certainly possible there was military research was part of military research. I mean, we just don't know. It's just these types..
"dr klein" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Mouth Friday. On a Thursday here on the Patriot, and here is Dr Richard Klein on the Patriot. I, Dr Klein. Go ahead. Hello, John. I was thinking It's shooting five had earplugs so you can get all the answers without him having to use his brain. So what I would like to see is some young Elektronik genius. Find a little ways is allowed screech into that year instead of the word that he's waiting for. I love watching space and puts his hand to his ear and three During the next debate. I would love to see you. You're assuming you'd know the difference. But or, you know, the Democrats are the ones making, making the riots and all those Republicans. They're just nice people. So if you don't want to hurt his ear to shut it off so he can listen to them, So they have to think I would love to see you. One on one. We're both Components are both of them are taking about the questions that have been here. Never whole slew of people give me the right answer. That's cheated. You shouldn't be cheating in a presidential debate. Want No cheating in a presidential debate. Tale of you and I are old fashioned right thing. Indeed we are thanks very much for the call. Well 809 23 93 85 That's 809 to 3 w, D T K Gary Hazel Park. You're next on the Patriot. Go ahead. Hey, John. Yeah. Looks like the president will have a third nominee on the Supreme Court. There is not one, not two, but three Nobel Peace Prize nominations for the President, United States. He has gone after critical race theory in the federal government in the Pentagon and the State Department, which is basically why he did it. He is going after the 16 19th project, which says that the United States was founded. When the first slave ship came over with a 17 76 commission, which will try to put back patriotic education into the school system operation Legend has continued to sweep up Criminals across United States and the beginning of this month, he will start going into sanctuary cities and taking out illegal aliens by the score. I'm driving as fast as I can. Go on and in doing so. Completely forgot the fact that we're recording this whole thing that fast, silly me anyway. Thanks for the call. It's a great, uh Great call and have yourself a great night. 809 23 93 85 That's 809 to 3. W D T K, I don't want to lose my place Arrow by Haven't assuring Pete from Detroit. Next on the Patriot. Go ahead. John. Great to hear your voice again. Glad you're still able to talk. Live with us again. And still, I certainly am, too. Good point about reparations since her family owned slaves. Would Camelot be eligible borrowing? Good question. She'd know I was afraid. Yeah. That's what I was thinking. But I wasn't going to say it. And, Yeah, you know, I don't know the answer to the question. I really don't. And one final point. What do you think about the BC eye rolling over and throwing Hillary under the bus with a document that she instigated the whole. Russia hopes You know? I don't even want her. I don't really want to talk about Hillary. Because every time I do I get depressed. It hurts me. To see someone who At one point had so much potential. Is going way back now. In the sixties at one point had so much potential, and now Is nothing more than that. And it has been and then on top of that. That indicates that That's what she was along. Anyway. Um It's Because they didn't have some respect for it. And you Or not, I don't know. Ah, she always seemed kind of skeevy to me, but Well, I'm not talking about personality and just There's a she seemed competent, although I would have manipulative, evil kind of away. I'm going to leave it there. Thanks very much for the call. Have yourself a great night. 893 93 85. That's 809 to 3 w. D T K Take our last.
"dr klein" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"93 85 That's 809 to 3 John MacCulloch show here. On one on 1.5 a m. 1400. Patriot. I really enjoyed our session this afternoon with Dr Richard Klein. The Michigan had neck institute was fun helping out some people who really needed some direction and we were glad to do that. We're going to do it again later on this month, we'll do it in the during the last week. Of the month. When we get that straightened around and have the date exactly will be let letting you know about that. But Dr Richard Klein is a especially educated, neuromuscular dentist with over 30 years experience. Managing T. M J and sleep apnea disorders. At the Michigan head in against the two and folks if you have ever faced a challenging situation medically and not been able to get an answer, and you know How difficult it could be. How difficult it can be to be out there and be in the unknown. And that's really what Dr Richard client takes away from some of these mystery ailments that people get takes away. The unknown. And Michigan Head and neck institute they have found through the covert epidemic. That what they knew far outweighed what they thought they knew. They simply had to put it in the right order if you find any sleep issues. You find yourself grinding your teeth. You find pain in your head or neck? Especially around bedtime. Please give Dr Klein a call scheduled a consultation have 5865730438 That's 5865730438. Police tell Dr Klein That John MacCulloch ask cuticle 586573. 0438 Patriots.
"dr klein" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Sleep at me issues at the Michigan Have Neck Institute. Dr Klein has Spent years and years of his life. Experimenting with and researching various things that happened inside the human body. When Sleep at And T. M J temporomandibular joint disorder. Take take over somebody, and in many cases they do people have sleep. Issues and they don't know where they're coming from. People have Sleeplessness issues. That they don't know where they're coming from. People have probably trouble driving. People have trouble conversing with people. All of these things can happen as a result of what they call the great impostor that little joint in your jaw called the temporal mandibular joint. Folks. That little joint For all the trouble it causes should get some kind of award. Because of all the things that have happened as a result of it and been misdiagnosed. Well, if you want to find out what's going on, the best thing to do is to check In at the Michigan had neck institute. When I say check in, I don't mean Admit yourself to it. That's not what you do, but you give him a call and talk with him and you'll be so glad you did if you find yourself Grinding your teeth..
"dr klein" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"J and sleep at me. Issues at the Michigan had neck institute. Dr Klein has Spent years and years of his life. Experimenting with and researching various things that happened inside the human body. When Sleep at MIA. M J temporomandibular joint disorder. Take take over somebody, and in many cases they do people have sleep. Issues and they don't know where they're coming from. People have Sleeplessness issues. That they don't know where they're coming from. People have trouble trouble driving. People have trouble conversing with people. All of these things can happen as a result of what they call the great impostor that little joint in your jaw called the temporal mandibular joint. Folks. That little joint For all the trouble that causes should get some kind of award. Because of all the things that have happened as a result of it and been misdiagnosed. Well, if you want to find out what's going on, the best thing to do is to check In at the Michigan had neck institute. When I say check in, I don't mean Admit yourself to it. That's not what you do, but you give him a call and talk with him and you'll be so glad you did if you find yourself Grinding your teeth. Do you have pain in your head or neck? Please give Dr Klein a call. And schedule a consultation. Here's the number 5865730438. That's 5865730438. That's for Dr Richard Klein at the Michigan had neck Institute, Please let him know John MacCulloch ascension to 5865730438. Now on time, traffic and weather on the patriot of you, sponsor on metro Detroit area roadways or keep you on the slow side, especially if you're approaching that ramp along 94 eastbound on bras. That accident still blocking the exit ramp, So you're certainly going to be a slow on the approach and still check in on that problem. In Genesee County. The intersection of 54 57 is closed because of an axe has been like that all afternoon. So avoid that If you can 75 north out of Di Mile John are tied up with an ax of the road construction area. 25 minutes a break time there was stop and go traffic from seven mile road. So traffic 75 door between 12 Mile in Rochester rode. Also It's going to be slow. If you're headed over to 6 96 west between crashing and gross back structure there to laser blocked off.
"dr klein" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Dr Klein will be with me tomorrow for a special show five o'clock tomorrow afternoon, and I do appeal to and in. We have been getting some fantastic emails and some fantastic calls. People in the audience who have never understood what the connection was between obstructive sleep at Nia. And Dr Richard Klein. They just they had not taken the time to do it until they got the symptoms of obstructive sleep apnea. Obstructive sleep apnea. The causes and the cures have been found for years. They have been known for years. Let's put it that way. But the question of what to do about them. Has been Out there. For well for people to look at. But they have not been out there for people to Understand. Because of the All known or well known ways of taking care of it. The only thing that was there Up until this point. That people really understood was the CPAP mask. And people didn't understand that there is an alternative. To the sea Pat Mask. And Dr Klein is very familiar. With it. And I want you to understand it. Basically, we're talking about a small Custom fit mouthguard. It keeps your jaw down. And forward. That keeps the airway open in the back of your throat. And Dr Klein has been recently asked to explain this. Some members of the United States Congress. It helps truck drivers train engineers boat airplane airplane pilot All these folks control their sleep apnea for a healthier and safer environment for all passengers and other people on the roads. Folks, you really should check it out. One of the best ways to do it is to visit Dr Klein second best listen in to getting out of the pain lane with Dr Richard Klein. Tomorrow afternoon at five o'clock feel free to call in at any time. The number to call to get an appointment with Dr Klein. By the way, 5865730438 That's 5865730 for 38. Please let Dr Klein no That John MacCulloch asked you to call this number. 586 573 0438 now on time traffic news and weather on the Patriot. Good evening out on your roadways once again right now an accident on the right shoulder. 6 96 eastbound right after Van Dyke cousins and delays there was watch out for slow traffic and 59 eastbound between mound Road of Van Dyke also got delays. 75 North bound between 6 96 and 11 Mile. Traffic slowed through the construction zone in the South Field. South Michigan Avenue traffic slow from Ford Road at this time. Also, Ambassador Bridge traffic and right now both North and south on getting the U. S and Canada about a 30 minute delay. Four trucks, So watch out for that delay as well as a broken motor being commerce Road still affected one lane between.
An Appointment With Dr. Cline
"Three to four years ago both of my children and I were diagnosed with a genetic condition. I I also knew that I'm a carrier for a genetic disease. That is prevalent in Ashkenazi Jews. Forber Kramer's sin in her twenty three meek it for health reasons. She got a results back in June of Twenty nineteen. I looked through the medical history no surprises and and then I opened the DNA relative section. And said I had twenty three or twenty four DNA relatives and it listed them all. I also had a message from someone named Jacobo Ballard saying she was sure I was confused by my results. If I had any questions questions feel free to contact her. Allie didn't think much of it. She's not Jacobo. Worked for twenty three and me and that the relatives she saw were just mistake. G kind of forgot about it months past then on December ninth. Twenty nineteen an episode of Dr Phil Aired Fertility. Doctor who fathered nearly early seventy children is warning his secret offspring to keep quiet it was titled Dna Drama Fertility Doctors. Secret Children. Ask some of the people you heard on this podcast. Join Dr Phil to talk about their experiences. One of them was Matt White immediately. Knew that I was going to be a part of this because as you look just like me. Allie didn't catch the show. When it aired she recorded and on December twelfth? Her daughter was sick from school. They curled up in bed to watch it as it started and the four adult children of Dr Klein came out. The first name was to COPA. Ballard you and I laid there and just said Oh my God I recognized the name and I reached for my phone an open my twenty the three and me account all four of the siblings on stage were listed as my
"dr klein" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast
"He was called the father psychopharmacology. He passed last August at the age of ninety. In this episode we remember Donald Klein Welcome to the car. Let's Qadri podcast brought to you by the Carlyle. Psychiatry Report Keeping Psychiatry honest since two thousand and three. I'm Chris they can the editor in chief of the Carlisle. Psychiatry and I'm Kelly newsom a student psych. MP and a dedicated reader of every issue. Donald Klein died last August of Cardio Pulmonary Arrest. He was there at the beginning and laid the bedrock for the modern practice of psychopharmacology. Here's a few areas where Dr Klein lefties Mark Antidepressant withdrawal. He was the first to describe this phenomena in nineteen sixty one paper on emit Birmingham panic disorder. Dr Klein discovered panic disorder after observing that patients. Who suffered these anxiety? Attacks didn't have they more generalized kind of anxiety and were different from others in that way. They had a phobia of panic attacks and they responded to medications differently that led to one of his greatest contributions which was the concept of pharmacologic dissection. Basically he developed the idea one way to separate different mental illnesses from each other is how they respond to different medications. Sounds like a simple thing. We'd take it for granted granite but Donald plein started it and he. I applied it to panic disorder. This was in the early sixties when chlorpromazine the first antipsychotic Hotak was released and people were using it for everything not sure the limits of what it might do but Dr Klein notice that people with the panic attacks six got worse on chlorpromazine and actually improved with the mid Permian. Dr Klein also used this pharmacologic dissection into to help separate depression into its melancholic. Atypical Forms. He was among the first psychiatrist to discover the Atypical Depression Russian which is characterized by overeating fatigue rejection sensitivity and leaden paralysis. This type of atypical. Depression Russian responded uniquely better to 'em Ao is while the Melancholic type responded. Better to try site clicks sometimes time. Those atypical symptoms were called reverse vegetative symptoms. Meaning they're the opposite of what we normally see in Melancholic Look Depression in melancholic depression. We tend to see low appetite psychomotor agitation instead of tiredness and patients waking king up early in the morning instead of oversleeping and a mood that solid like a rock unchanging instead of a mood that's reactive to every sort out of slight and rejection throughout the day Klein trained as a psychoanalyst and as a physiologist and hope to combine the the two and a research career lift psychoanalysis after realizing that was not possible in a world. Biological Psychiatry was under appreciated. The the mental illness was thought due to poor parenting. He was a bold advocate of the Newfield psychopharmacology in fact he wrote the first ever textbook of sacrifice of college in nineteen sixty nine. Dr Klein had a complex relationship with psychotherapy he certainly valued it as a useful treatment. And but he also testified famously in Congress that psychotherapy was renting a friend but he was deeply compassionate physician. Who got to know his patients well and genuinely cared about them? For example he made an effort to actually try every medication that he gave a patient on on himself to better understand how it was really affecting them. Dr Klein helped draft the DSM. Three with Robert Spitzer in nineteen eighty and famously. He was responsible for getting panic. Disorder in that book but there is another diagnosis that Donald Klein came up with which never made it into the book but might have some utility for the patients. We see even today. It's called his steroid display. His steroid destroyer happens in patients with histrionic personality features. He he said it was often seen in women who were very rejection sensitive and they respond to rejection with these unusual episodes that last about three three days where they'll lay on the sofa tired with heavy feelings of leaden paralysis. Eat Sweets all day and feel intense dis- FAURIA and sadness and anxiety. The episodes resolved he thought either with a few days time or with attention and praise and he saw them as is more of a personality. Trait and fact. Some have speculated that this personality trait he was witnessing is really a variant of borderline personality disorder or or Histrionic personality disorder itself. But as you might have guessed from those physical symptoms. His steroid fauria resembles atypical. Call Depression a lot both have rejection sensitivity eating a lot of carbs and heavy feelings in the arms and legs and that's it's automatically why it was left out of the DSM. Dr Klein argued with Bob Spitzer over this he wanted in the DSM. But Dr Spitzer interns sent want a survey to four thousand psychiatrists asking if they saw any of these features in their patients and in his analysis the features just I didn't cluster together so it got left out the steroid this for you. You will see it to this day in your patience and if you do remember Donald Lines observation that this syndrome responded uniquely well to 'EM AOI antidepressants. They took prescribing. Manny's in July August edition of two thousand and nineteen. And it's there that you'll find few surprises about these drugs it's like did you know that the MA. Oh I diet has gone through a big change in the last twenty years although there is a new. Ma Oi- the skin patch. 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"dr klein" Discussed on Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease
"Know. I think I mentioned a book is Clean Heart. I talked to a couple of patients of Dr Klein. Who said something then I'm worried that there's something weird about illness where the bacteria likes the attention you get so he's like when you focus your your your intention not your intention but we've put focus on the bacteria is loves it and if you ignore it it doesn't like that. I thought that was interesting to kind of an interesting mix that you just make yourself forget. You know feeling bad. You forget that you're sick. They're taking our focus off the actual bacteria as well and <hes> whatever energetic anchors it has the body search listen up and and medicine starts I get to work more effectively and you know it's not. It's not like flipping a switch off. <hes> maybe for some patients that is but for patients took me it took months and years just tired being mad sick all the time you get to that point and <hes> anyway. That's that's that's Kinda. The bridge and I think that's important thing able to understand is <hes> you know you you get better you get better. It's not your fault if you're bitter because you have every right every right to be mad but do you know this is. The linchpin for me was okay what I analyzed it. I'm like what if I proved at one of my the doctors. I really am that sick and he was wrong. Then what will I be better. No you know what if I prove moved to my family members. I did go through a really rough time and you know I suffered and it was because does the medical system and health insurance companies were completely unsupported almost to quit being predatory. What if I proved myself right but I feel better no but that's where I went from being bitter to nobody cares or whatever it may be not nobody cares. It's not GonNa do me any good sit here and have this long list of things on pissed off about and Doubt you know have a right to be legitimate. It just doesn't matter in your healing matters in your feelings. He Ah You know to keep the stress out of your life and to create an environment for yourself where healing is possible. That's not possible be sending them. <hes> several times that so beautifully said and really what we're talking talking about. Here is how to live a good life and do this formula works not this reliably the works for every day and you you hear quite a few people who've come out the other end of really really rough cases of lyme disease. say that they're better people or that. They're grateful for the disease. They're not happy that they had they wouldn't wish it on any thing but and they say it's it's kind of weird to say being on this end and I don't want to be taken the wrong way but I'm actually grateful that had lyme disease because I'm a better person and you know for some through through the eye of the needle to make some of these these hard decisions and it will be yeah. That's the point and actually what you know that. the nuance to that it is yeah. That's that's actually that's the punchline of I went from just being feeling grateful for certain things in my life that help loosen up the disease he's but then I took a step back and thought wow you know I say this quote of this disease is like a forest fire is burning my life sound while while it was burning my life down I hated it. You know my life was burning down. The things that I loved. Were going away and and <hes> and now I realize hey you know what forest fires are actually good for a forest and they burn away the debt was and they leave room for new growth and actually actually that's what was going on so the life that I had hearts and minds. These is completely different. I enjoyed it very much as it was burning up. I hated that it was burning up but I look back on it. Now and I have a new life. That's actually better. I'm healthier than I was purchase to these and I I look back in all those things that had such strong guy to me. <hes> our had almost no value. Now you know case in point. I used to brew Beer I was very into micro brewing. All that and I don't even drink now. That was a big part of my life back. Then you know twenty years ago aw but has no values me now now. I'm helping people every day not just a few but doesn't and over the course of a year hundreds of patients and you know every every week I get emails are causing people are saying God bless you you help. Change your health change in my life. You know you're doing God's work. How often do people here that. I don't know but I never you stay or anything like that. parks and you know this is my life became more purpose driven as a result of that so I'm very thankful for it and <hes> It's kind of that whole bidder a better thing I I've heard a healers described an illness as kind of a signpost in the road where it's new information and and it's showing you that maybe the direction of your life and your lifestyle what you're eating. You know things like that. <hes> you're the illnesses the indicated that there's There's something unbalanced and something's wrong and most people don't look at it. Look at it like Oh my God what what what what have I done to deserved us or something like that and those are the two reactions you can have. You know what was me. Why got punishing me or whatever I do to deserve this. this you know who did I kill in past life or something you know to to warrant this amount of suffering or you look at like wait a minute. Maybe I'm going down the wrong path year and this is a big indicator that I need to make some changes in my life and that's that's a huge dot com aww where you know the people get better can kind of unplug and look at things more objectively. Wait a minute. You know. Maybe you know me. Eating the pizza every day. They were going to stop eating pizza every day. What happens on a stop drinking alcohol. What happened was when I remove talked to people from my life. what if I change jobs and I'm not in this environment where I'm being attacked every day and you know those those are all things that can cause illness to rage wjr and if you pull those things out of the equation he started being pushed into it a different life and that's that's was the road for me was wait a minute those things that I loved <hes> where not loving me you know or whatever you know. They weren't healthy for me anymore. They worked for a while and when all those things we've changed took you know years <hes>. I became a healthy person and everything about my life changed. used to the point where I'm I'm grateful for the entire experience and <hes> you know he would've told me that in the middle of the house in my fireplace. H would have been really hard for me to understand that really I'M GONNA. Come out of this and write a book about being grateful for six during green that sounds pretty crazy but you know the people who punched through to the other side and get through <hes> It's it's kind of a common <hes> reaction in conclusion that I like Oh. Thanks during my disease. I don't war on my my my life has put you know pretty line. I don't work anymore because it doesn't serve me anymore. I've been a whole new set of priorities I already and they're healthier and people around me notice it and <hes> helping other people and they're helping other people were starting this whole chain in reaction of gratitude and positively so great. Let's wrap this up what if we're if we're having a beer we're having a cup of tea coming in saying and I'm you know we're having on this conversation. Let's let's say that I'm really struggling with a plateau in my healing healing and I am angry angry. Anaheim stressed out and I'm heading toward depression are depressed. What would be one action that you would advise me to take to begin to shift toward gratitude for saying say all of your anger and all of your gripes and the things that the injustices that you've experienced pain it's all legitimate but the question Can you want a whole lot of that anymore. You WanNA continue proving to other people you. This is where you are and that's okay if you want to but you're going to stay there and the best way to move on by increments and taking daily steps of you know for Ah Helping you forget that you're sick and helping you go towards a healthier life knowing that this these illnesses Mrs are assigned House that there's something going on in your life fat and may not be just one thing maybe in multiple things that are causing and and and and disease and <hes> it may be wounded spirit and maybe toxic people in your life. Maybe your diet a lot of too much sugar in that kind of stuff or maybe every it may be a bundle those X. and you need to do who of inventory you know and and <hes> look at those things and how valuable they are to you. and see if you can let your life burn them away and move towards a life that is more stress free and healthy and ultimately emily <hes> of positiveness and that she can make that switch. You know any treatments that you're taking <hes> with excessive long-term on the hawks what we discussed before they've been actually against any kind of national greg has been a fascinating discussion and we have wandered far and wide over the line landscape and thank you for your time attention backing the K. really appreciate it. I'll do it.
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"Well, it's good to be here in Hilo back at ya. Yes, sir has been quite a deal and I couldn't wait for today to get back. In the studio with you. And if you don't mind, we can get started with ever for Melbourne. Why not? All right. Okay. Everett. What's going on in Melbourne, Florida? Not a stray you what your question. Yes, this is a. Yes. I like that. Required about the, the seizure. MRI woke assault. The sound guy that developed it was Ovadia while a B D And okay, what do you think about it? Okay. I got to tell you. I don't know darn thing about it. Okay. Why would you think that something had want to have done? Well I had my chest. Thanks. And this is a surgery as the. The ultrasound that like a guy you give apple with the guy had term or anything. And they went in and that brain half an hour later. You know, chairs. Okay. Well, here, there couple of things that I would have to say to that sort of thing, first of, which is, you've got something that may be experimentally developed, and that's fine. The second thing is when you're working inside the chest. Ultrasound works very, very badly, especially with, with any type of let's say, viscous, you know, a let's in Oregon, that air filled in other words, the ultrasound can't really work very well. So if you're looking to be able to deliver energy to a tumor in the chest, you'd have a hard time, unless you are going through the Asaf icus so you go through the Asaf against to work your way outward. But even at that when you're looking at experimental procedures much assure that it'd be one of the first person to have the darn thing done if there's anything like that around in about I would be calling university diagnostic imaging. Are you deny and see whether or not they have any idea of what's going on with that? And if it's available around here, but I know nothing but in this area, what type what type of problem, do you have that you may? To get this. I mean, why would you need this? Found on Ted Ted talk. Okay. So, basically, this is just you're just recognize during for the heck of it. Yeah. There are a lot of things that are out there under development and generally speaking when you're looking at something like an MRI which is done on the inside of a very, very powerful magnet. And then you have all tra- sound probes, which are made of metal generally speaking stick, those things in the middle of, of an MRI. So my gut tells me that this isn't going to go very far, but God bless God bless you know, the Ted broadcast, and so, and so forth, sometime in the next future. Once they figure out, you foes, such, I think they may be able to work this one out, but thank you so much for calling. All right. We are taking those calls at eight four, four to two zero zero ninety six five eight four four to two zero zero ninety six five let's go over to CoCo beach, a great place. Leme. What's going on? Well, I got vertigo and I've had it for about ten months now. Okay. And I done. Aptly maneuver and didn't didn't help me. I take Mick Levin. I went to an ENT doctor and he gave me some exercises to move my head. I tried doctor Dr Klein recipe with the ginkgo biloba and, and a C and all that stuff. Go next. I need a neurologist. How would how would you treat this? Dr Klein, the first thing you want to do is to figure out what's, what's causing the vertigo, Jim how old are you? Well, I'm eighty six. Okay. We'll gingko doesn't do doesn't do very much for vertigo. You didn't get that one for me. The NFC helps things drain. It's been particular sinuses in your age group. Okay. There are a number of different things that can cause vertigo, primarily one of, which is a tumor or growth on the eighth cranial nerve. So at some point going to a neurologist is going to be a good idea because someone going to need to get an MRI looking in particular for eighth cranial, nerve processes, and so and so forth. You've already gone, and tried the EPA maneuvers, the likely of it being a benign positional vertigos pretty small, I have something called many heirs disease, which causes vertigo tonight isn't hearing loss. Okay. It's not a lot, you can do about it. But there's some tricks and some things I'd like you to look into before you start going too far afield, first of, which is when people come in into my practice with vertigo that just does not seem to be, let's say diagnosed one of the places I look. Is the mass toyed sinus? Now, the mass toyed sinus can become infected inflamed or blocked, and that can cause vertigo and it can go misdiagnosed for decades. Okay. Mass toyed sinusitis used to be treated, very, very commonly. And then all of a sudden, perhaps in the nineteen seventies or so. You didn't see nearly as many Mesto dictums. They used to go ahead and actually chisel away, the mess toy bones to fix this problem. So what I would suggest that you do would be to go to a neurologist because principal get worked up for the vertigo, but ask them very, very specifically if they wouldn't mind in the process of doing the MRI of the eighth cranial nerve, if they could get a good hard, look at the mess toyed sinuses, as well, if the mass toyed scientists is in any way. Oh, pacified, or kind of like, glossed over, then you have to drain the message scientists to fix this your age group. That's what I'd be looking at the NFC is a brilliant thing to be doing anyway. But add to it something called music's generic news. Thanks, which is why Fenton, then add two of those tablets there, four hundred milligram OTC tablets, you can get them at Costco. Very reasonably new take two them every three to four five hours and that range along with any seat. If this is going to be a sinus issue, and that's what I'm hoping it is, then it'll start to drain. You'll start to feel better. But gingko doesn't do anything. It's one of those sorts of one of those sorts of deals. Health food stores tend to sell the amuse you all they do nothing. Either you get better or you don't but gingko not so much as adapted. You so, and that's the till sixteen to add Guay Fenton, Goto neurologist. And when they do the asked them to look at the mess sinuses as well. They got good commercials. Oh, doc coke. Mucin. Gingko. Ginko. We'll be it'd be great. So it's, it's a cute. Little name if I really ginkgo, biloba okays, an office supply, store, it does. Doesn't it? Dejan people that people have been using that Ashra Gonda for thousand years, okay? It doesn't do very much. In fact, most of the most of its wasted syncing may do a little bit more for you. But it's, but it's got to be the North American ginseng, not Siberian, her career Cray, engine saying because neither the other two worked very well. We keep the phone's ringing right out there at eight four, four to two zero zero ninety six five eight four, four to two zero zero 96.5 from CoCo beach. We go north to Ormond beach, and Jack Jack what your question? Yes, I have ankylosing spondylitis came out when I was twenty years old. And maybe they thought they had a flip this they gave me a Milo cram and sent me on my way. I've been suffering flare ups for fifty seven years. I'm almost seventy seven now in the list, four months. The flare ups have turned to steady constant number ten pain got it and the right now deductive, put me on. Sediment. Hundred sixty foot milligram tablets. Six a day. And I've been on for almost a month, and they have no they don't do anything for the pain. I'm shocked that they would start without any, which way ankylosing spondylitis as a miserable miserable disease. Okay. It is. I'm surprised that they've, you know, when you're in the navy or whatever. So they made the diagnosis and did they discharge you or did they just leave you alone date discharge because I left with no paperwork, and then later years, went by, when I was told I should try to contact them. And they told me that all my paperwork was burned in a fire or something. And I have no record of me being in the naval hospital for three and a half, we got Nokia ankylosing spondylitis is, is not. It's a degenerative condition has little or nothing to do with what you did or where you did it, you know, if you come down with these sorts of things while you're in the military, very frequently you can end up with a military related medical condition. You can be treated the VA and so, and so forth. But I remember that, that fire gosh, I think those out in Kansas City at the at the records depot that was big. Deal. A lot of records were destroyed and that that's indeed unfortunate with regards to the ankylosing spondylitis, though, okay, the questions, what do you do about it? And it's an inflammatory condition, and you lose all manners of mobility of the spine, you know, by your age. I'd be very surprised if he had much spinal mobility at all, giving you Tylenol is like French kissing your cousin. Okay. It, it may look like you're doing something. But you're doing nothing and going nowhere. So what I would recommend that you do with regards to this would be to be started on anti inflammatories. You're going to get much more bang for your buck with that. What would you use over the counter stuff like a leave works better than most anything else? You take three in the morning in the evening. If you read the bottle to take two a day that too, is not doing very much, so five per day of the over the counter Aleve in divided doses so three in the morning to evening to in the morning three in the evening. Your call however you wanna do it. And then to that, okay? You add something called turmeric. Sometimes, you know, which is very, very, interesting Kurkuma longest, the name of the genus and species of the plant tomorrow is the name of the spice. Okay. And what this stuff does is, it's a tumor necrosis factor alpha and tag to tape marvelous anti-inflammatory the combat combination of the Aleve. With to Merrick is a strong one how much to Mark between three hundred and five hundred milligrams twice a day, maybe even a little bit more. And then the third thing you add to it is something called MSN, which stands for methyl sofa Neo, methane dosage. There is a thousand milligrams twice a month. Give the two three weeks. He hey, you start to feel it's not gonna make you feel perfect. Because the problem that you've got is never going to be perfect be certain then you're the person that's probably going to end up needing to take one of the oral opiates the one that I found in the past now ankylosing spondylitis is a fairly rare disorder. The one that I prefer is called methadone low dose methadone you'd make do the other things above that. And you're gonna start getting real real comfortable with, and you never take enough of that stuff to be totally pain-free..
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"Post to it in which case your body reacts to it. If you have a p P D something we do to diagnose exposure to tobacco Laos's you go. And you pop the form of this little four pronged oua Hickey, and when that thing swells up. Okay, means you've been exposed to the bacterium. And you know, it's a reaction something that you look for. So when it swells like that, it may not necessarily be a bad thing means that your body built and mounted a reaction to it. If he had the flu shot subsequent to that. And you didn't have a reaction. It's it looks pretty pretty much like there's something in an around the pneumonia that you may have been exposed to in the past what I get the shingles vaccine the answers. Absolutely. I think you ought to be going ahead with it. And seeing how it goes when you have an inoculation like this. It's very very normal to fear to feel a flu like symptoms. The reason for this is the body kicks out. Something called beta interferon. Okay. This is why we've get achey when we get the flu. Okay. It's not the flu that does it. It's the body's immune system to the. Flu. So it's not uncommon to feel that way. And it's not a bad thing. That means your body's immune system is actually working. I were running out of time. So we've come down to the fact that I need to give you directions. Again, you're going to the stages of life at one thousand nine hundred seventeen booth circle that is I for east four thirty four go E semi take a right at the bottom of the ramp and go to your first right and then turn onto booth circle. You go around the buildings and you'll see the entrance right there for the butterfly ATs. It very very good. Thank you. Dr Klein, thank you, callers, very much, and we thank Jay's for pushing all the right buttons and all the right time..
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"It is got the whole package right here. And it's Dr David Klein is there for you. It's not like his his name is on the wall. But you never seen. He's there. Believe me can go. Always there. Yeah. I'll be talking about it. I mean walk around the corner. See what you can't get out of that. We are filling up those phone lines pretty quick. So we may have to cut them off pretty quickly. I don't know we may have room for one or two more of a Robin Deltona what's going on with you. Yes. Hi, rob. Thank you. And thank you. Dr Klein, my problem is this. I started riding a bicycle added to my exercise program and on standing to get after about twenty or thirty minutes. I get this numbness in my groin. And it's like really numb my whole all my genitals. And everything, you know, wondering if that's going to is at an issue, or should I be concerned that only if you plan to use them for anything meaningful? Okay. So the answer the question is. Yes. Okay. You've okay. Your body is talking to you know, that that bicycle seat that you're sitting on its narrow. Okay. That's a real it's hitting. It's hitting a nerve cult dental nerve now in obstetrics gynecology. We'll go ahead, and we'll do but dental nerve blocks you get up into the into the giant which you don't have. Okay. And you can very easily nail this nerve. And it numbs the whole area the whole vaginal vault. Well in men, you'll feel it in the scrotum you'll feel it portions of the rest of the genitalia. Basically if you're sitting on that area. Your weight is putting pressure on the issue to veracity, and that's causing pressure on the dental nerve. Don't do it. Okay. Because the last thing that you want to do is to damage those nerves. Okay. There are people out there that that find it difficult to have let's say intimate relations with whomever. Okay. Once those nerves are damaged. So what you wanna do is get yourself a fat bicycle seat. You know, the kind when I was a kid. Okay. They had these big fete by seats. Okay. I don't even know if you can still get them you might have to go to an antique store to find them. But that is what you ought to be putting on your bike. Now, people are gonna think there's something wrong with you. But you can smile to yourself. And know that that that you're that you're hydraulics down below will continue to work. So every time that thing gets numbed down there. You're doing some damage and one day it isn't going to do as well as you might think. So rob, please get yourself off that bicycle until you can get one those fat old fashioned bicycle seats or fund a different hobby, and to quote, a doctor friend of mine, then you'll be more like that. Today you bitch. That's an emergency. Yes. Like my God, man. Get off the bike. He'll rail either pay him in Orlando what your question. Pam. In regards to this needles all over the radio. I was a kid my two doses. Head of tighter done about ten years ago, which was within range, and they're just making it sound like everyone needs one. Anyway, could you explain the deal with with measles? Okay. Is that a certain portion these people will die if the measles or you can end up with certain types of neurological issues that you'll wish you were dead and the vaccine is very cheap. It's very easy. It's essentially without any side effect whatsoever. Certainly the the risks are much much less than the risk that when you turn the key of your car to drive some place, you know, well, you know, there's people out there that can develop allergic reactions. We'll tell you what everybody takes risks in their life. Every day every time you get in your car. There's a reasonable expectation of the finite risk that you'll never make it home. Yet. We will still go out to buy a pizza or some such. Meaningful activities going to a movie. So yes, do I think you need to go. Get the MR. I don't know about that. Okay. If you're tighter was good, leave it alone. But I'll tell you what I would do fire you, and that would be to make sure that your per Tusis inoculation is up and running. That's hooping cough. Hooping cough of the vaccination. Only lasts ten years and pertussis is a son of a gun. Okay. That is the one you ought to be paying attention to the PT. Okay. That gets to the protest diphtheria as well as protest since inexpensive. All in my opinion. All adults ought to be looking at doing a DPT every seven to ten years. So it's been over seven to ten years. That's what you need to line up to do if you over the age of fifty get yourself shingles vaccine. Okay. Because you want to not develop shingles. But as a measles concerned, our biggest issue, there are these small populations of people that for whatever misguided reason, they don't believe in getting inoculations that puts us all at risk for something called a herb of hurt. Meter a heard resistance, okay. In order for nepotistic to occur. You have to have a certain portion of population that susceptible, and when you end up with sub segments of the population where none of them are not related, then it gives these infections foothold, and we've got all of these people coming in from all over the world, undocumented unanticipated non supported, and so and so forth. We are going to be seeing all kinds of infections in this country. And it's just a matter of time measles, just the I just wait until we see polio. Again. That's just coming. What's the next one? We're gonna see TB it's coming. All right. These are these are infections that we have effectively dealt with because we could control the population coming in when we control the population through Ellis Island. You you were examined okay before you're allowed into the country here. They're just flying in. Okay. I'm just gonna walk across the border dot dot. And we're gonna see issues. So what do I think about measles if you have kids get them inoculated? Okay. That's for darn sure. But for adults. It's a real human beings. Get the DP and get the shingles vaccine there's not much you can do about Tamara successors to keep your eyes open. Okay. But these are the sorts of things we're going gonna see more and more of an it's going to happen within the next couple of years. Wait interesting texts coming in you, callers, please be patient unrelated surgery back in two thousand eight but has lost the normal taste normal. Taste of food is not returned an MRI showed nothing wrong. But mustard vinegar cetera makes the mouth feel like it's called ING. Interesting problem. Okay. I've done many general anaesthetic in my life. I'd be curious to know, what the type of surgery was that led up to this. Okay. Was an EMT type procedure is something along the lines looking at sinuses because you can end up with persistent infection in the sinus that can do this. So if you have a fungal sinus infection, it can make food's taste, very, very peculiarly. You can also get it from a b twelve deficiency. You can get it from a certain other, Mike. Nutrient deficiencies, but what I would do with this individual would be to find out whether there's something going on in the sinuses. And then go ahead and pop him or her with five hundred thousand micrograms of b twelve and see if that doesn't straight it out. Okay. So for five bucks worth of b twelve you can know fairly quickly with that's the issue. But my money goes on the sinus issue, I go to Jason right here on our Jason. Thank you so much for holding. And you're on the air with Dr Klein, go ahead. Hey decline a day for taking my call. My dad was recently diagnosed with a says Caesar cesary syndrome, and they found it in the bone marrow, and they had a pet scan. And they said it hadn't travelled to any lymph nodes. But so he's in the process of finding out, of course of treatment. But until then what can you recommend as far as nutraceutical or anything that that he should be loading up on to to kind of combat this? He's cake. But first question is how did he present where they would go into a bone marrow biopsy? What was what was the symptom? Well, well, for some time it just a rash all over his body. Okay. And then and then they would treat it with oh with different things topical treatments, and those sort of things, and and it just wouldn't go away. We wouldn't go wouldn't go away still multiple skin doctors. And then he went to a a orthopedic not an orthopedic, but a. Rheumatologist, and and then he's the one that sent him to an oncologist. And then they said, hey, I think we need to look into this further. So then the colleges Ed had done a bone marrow biopsy. And then that's when they determined that. Okay. There's more to more to the story. Okay. I would want to know what what clinical finding got them a pointed in that direction because it would make a big difference. Okay today. Find the. Until until I have that data. Okay. My recommendations can be really really guarded, generally speaking. Okay. You know, when you're looking at these bone marrow issues. It's not it's not uncommon. Okay. For a micronutrient deficiency usually involving minerals to cause his blood disgraces. Okay. I'd be curious to know what the disgraceful was because they don't simply go from rheumatologist to to you know, he monk. Okay. A bone marrow without having something showing up in a personal smear. Okay. I'd like to know what that is. If you can find out what that what they found. And then get back with me. I'll be delighted to help you out with this one. So can you do that? Jason. It's this. It's not just not quite enough information from able to help, but your, but I think I can you know, this is just need. I need a lead a bit more from you. Thank you Jason very much. We go to JoAnne right here. In orlando. Joanne, talk to the doctor about your question. Hi, I.
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"Nutraceutical. Hey, why not we'll find out? That we will take your text as well at two one two three two two one two three two and integrated medicine is that what we're talking about today. Yeah. I wanted to do two things. The first thing was was to make an announcement and this'll be a little bit of a surprise. Well, I become a man in may of this year. Okay. We'll turn sixty five. Okay. I'd become old guy. Now, I've already done that. I don't wanna do that. Few months, they'd work out. Well, for me actually did work out. Well for you as it turned out. If you have a problem, it makes a whole lot of sense to happen. Just that red white and dance. Right. When you get the Medicare and your prescription drug plan and all that stuff and you get Dr Klein's by. Uh-huh. And you don't mix the prescriptions with the plans, you got your your Medicare addendum you come out smelling like a rose, even though you're hospital bills are in the million. Yeah. You did. Okay. That could have been the end of you, even if you I mean surviving could have been the worst sold me on her part so close, but in any event or two things I wanted to mention before we got into integrative medicine, which will be our ten minute chitchat or won't be quite ten minutes. But the first thing is this. Okay. Learn something this past week. And it's about something called my social security dot gov..
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"So you're using your stuff up as you need to do it. But we were generating one hundred and forty four percent of our consumption for the first three or four days this week, which is impressive is incredible. We had a few clouds hanging around. But that doesn't matter. No. Actually, it doesn't matter. You know, you can watch it on your phone. You can you can see when the clouds. Well, Linden winning the clouds, and it is just an absolute gas in some of the things I'm gonna do is if anybody needs any information about that. I'm going to go ahead and put to put as splash page together to put the contacts and so on and so forth on that. And if I can figure out how to get my IT guy to post some of these graphs, I'm gonna share the stuff out. So the meantime, we're probably going to put on the Facebook page, which brings me to announcement number two. Okay. Which is I'm turning sixty five. Okay. And I've learned a few things over the past sixty five years one of which is how to celebrate. And one of the things that we're going to do is we're going to be having an open house every Friday, the exception of the last Friday in may, which is comes on. It's too close to Memorial Day. Yeah. So but the first four Fridays, and may we're going to be open from eight or nine in the morning until twelve or one in the afternoon, we haven't really decided precisely on the times yet. And we're going to be doing lectures in the morning. A couple lectures for unvarying topics mostly anti-aging, which is appropriate to turning sixty five and then we're gonna be offering people the opportunity to figure out what types of nutraceutical they need for their situation. And I'll be there, you know, people spend five or ten minutes with people and go ahead and set them up, and if they sign up for the auto ship, they get a discount on that. They get a discount on the discount, and we're gonna have other sorts of things available for folks as they come through. So it's going to be one of these. It's almost like a Memorial Day sale, except it's lasting all month. You know, why not? And then the very last thing. Okay. Is if you're I don't care what your ages. I don't care how young your. I don't care. How old you are? But go on social security's website and open up a my social security account with them. Because if you don't somebody's gonna heck in and do it for you, and they can steal bits and pieces of your identity fairly easily because they did it to me. We give out the advice on this show. You give it out. I just learned it that you go with a Medicare plan. Yes. And a Medicare Part B plan and a different company for your prescriptions your pharmacy. Yes. I opened this week. And I wish we had a TV camera in here because actually I should have run in from the car to show it to you and brag. But it proves you. So right, everybody in this audience us down for a very short period of time during my one year slumber. I was in a hospital, let's say up near mid floor. I was in there for a very few days. I just got the settlement Bill nine hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine dollars and ninety nine cents. One penny short of a million dollars. Okay. For being there are very few days. The copay the copay was one thousand seven hundred thirty five. Yes. The coverage from b was one thousand seven hundred thirty five. Yes. Do from the patient zero. Right. Thank you. Dr Klein there you go a million dollars. Are you kidding me? That's what you get for. How many hospitals is? I am totally over six months. Yeah. They they get tired of your one place, and they moved on to the next hour. How did they get one penny? Short highly never seen that figure. I kept looking at that going. I wasn't. How many nines are there? Well, I think probably what happens if it hits a million bucks. They have to get off who the hell knows. However. So the trick here. Okay. And I've spent hundreds of thousands of dollars out of money out of my pocket doing public service announcements on this topic. Okay. And that's that you open up. She open up this account. Do what you need to do. That's fine. But you need to do two things to guarantee that you're.
"dr klein" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"You can look at the prices, and you can buy what you want, and and you'll pay what you want, and it's not all that much money contract. For example, prescription drugs were about where they the prices can be completely out of. Where with with the benefits derived from the Madison. Now, let me ask you this. When the outset we talked about. Mike ask you, the less government involvement versus more government involvement, and I can hear some folks along the network line saying, well is this going to affect in any manner? What the government is already doing as far as quality control is concerned. Well, I think he's the along with alarm different. Like, what generally my are the what I would argue with you actually have more quality. If you have less government. It doesn't mean that we wouldn't have regulations in certain areas where we believe there are market failures. But in the end when you have people spending their own money or money that. By the way, because I don't money that they don't. They're going to make choices based upon price Christ and quality and they're going so people are going to help ensure better-quality by their ability and incentives to shop right now of a person many most people have little no incentives to shop services. They're not really looking at quality. They're not really looking at price quality. They look at the summit extent because it doesn't pack their care. But they don't have a really a really good way to judge it. When if they owned the money that would think fan who who provide though from by the way, you pay only if they had ownership over the funds they would shop, and they were derive the back values, and and part of that would be what being an understanding of a quality. And there would arise certainly people to provide detailed explanations of that. And and I think and I think we'd all be better off for it. But the same way we have consumer reports and other other vehicle for evaluating refrigerate. Now, I know a lot of employers have moved onto health savings accounts in their plans. Do you think health savings accounts are kind of a step in the direction that you're talking about where people pay more attention to what they're spending? Exactly. Yeah. This is this is this is really the point and how saving the concert one vehicle for happy for empowering consumers and consumer ownership of spending decisions. So so a company will put money, and so it's not attached directly coming out of the packet of the employees, but the department money in an account in a tax free account that could be used for how often alternate Lee. Ultimately the money belongs to the individual. So the individual has an incentive the person as an incentive to stand in the way that she or he most that will benefit her him or that year. He most wants to spend that money to derive the highest value from it. And then. What you do is. You your insurance became start to look real insurance. Which which protect against unpredictable and expensive lot much like insurance does with house insurance or or tire insurance. I mean, we don't our parents shrimps doesn't pay for repairs. It doesn't take work. Our gaps fill up our health insurance. We don't buy that for to pay a person cut our lawn. Well what? But this is really what what our health insurance that we have a system of first dollar coverage where? Where where where we we moved toward having a churn paper everything so we have extensive administratively expensive intermediary negotiating for for low ticket item that we could shop ourselves in a real market the way, we can you imagine? If if we if our if our car insurance paid for our Bill up at the pump. You would have preferred network you couldn't stop at at at at this one you you'd have to go to the door. We'd have no idea. What the what the price was because they charge about the price would would show one very high price. But you're you're in hiring would be paying much less. This is what we see. This is how we live in healthcare. And Dr Klein excuse me, we're going to have to take a pause along our network line here and remind the folks that they are listening to the Florida table. It is a service in Florida's talking entertainment networks. I'm Reagan Smith. I'm michael. Yeah. Think we are visiting with Dr Roger Klein, and we're talking about the cost of your healthcare. Stay put the conversation continues in a moment. Do you know someone with a drug or alcohol problem? Get help right now insurance may cover everything. Stop the drug and alcohol. Nightmare are drug and alcohol problems hitting you too close to home.
"dr klein" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Five and we have Barbara online right now right here in town, Barbara what's up? Hi. First of all, we my husband, and I really love your show. Thank you. My question for Dr Klein is I recently got diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, right? Rheumatologist that I saw recommended that. I take to tech straight methotrexate. All right. Two point five milligrams once a week six doublets, okay? Folic acid one milligram every day. And also he said that I had saw bones. So he recommended Fosamax. Milligrams once a week. All righty. So and your question would be is that a good idea bad idea? My question is that a bad idea to take these medications because I saw some all the research I've done and that metro tech straight and Fosamax photons like really serious side effects. You betcha baby. You you nailed it. Okay. The Fosamax is the sort of thing. That's in the business. They call it. A knee jerk reaction. Oh, you have osteoporosis. So we're going to give you Fosamax, which doesn't actually do anything to help the osteoporosis. It slows down the progression. A little bit at the same time. He's gonna talk to you about starting on prednisone, which makes the osteoporosis worse. That's the first thing. He put me on course. Okay. That's that's their nature, which makes the osteoperosis worse. That's what that's it. Okay. So you nailed it. So how do you prevent osteoporosis two things? One of which is you take well, actually, several things you take a vitamin k two not k one k three but K to the dosage there's one hundred fifty to two hundred micrograms day, vitamin d three five thousand ten thousand. I use a day and something called strontium citrate, and the dosage there would be two hundred to six hundred milligrams daily, and that will that will not only a slow down or stop the osteoperosis, but it'll start to reverse it. The prednisone the name of the last. S T R O N T M. It's a mineral. Now, the prednisone is something that that's a problem. Yeah. That'll control the rheumatoid, but it doesn't really fix it. So typically what I do is. I use an old timing medicine called cortisol. Now, if they if they drew your blood and looked for your ACT H and cortisol levels, which is something that I do routinely for my patients your cortisol level is going to be very very low. So what are they doing? They're giving you prednisone which is not the same thing you want to replace it with as a bio identical hormone replacement cortisol is what you're looking for. That's what your body wants. That's what you give it that causes far less problems with osteoporosis, nephew, take too much of it it can. But the trick is to get that level between ten and fifteen ten and seventeen years you're going to start to feel better. With regards to the methotrexate. I wouldn't be the place. I would start with it. Okay. It's a it's a methotrexate is tough stuff. Okay. I've got a couple of patients that that. I've got on methotrexate that have had to stay on it. But very very few the problem with methotrexate is that it increases your risk of neoplasm increases, your risk of cancer really wanna be off that stuff if you can sometimes you have to shut down the flares. But in the meantime, what you need to be doing is having as as ask the rheumatologist to make sure that you don't have hush Emoto's Thyroiditis that will lower your temperature and make the the rheumatoid worse. So you have to treat all the autumn disorders and not just the one that they've identified. And that's that's how I would handle it at Barbara. How old are you? I'm fifty four. Yeah. You need to get on this thing. Okay. First thing that you want to have a hang around until you start falling apart, the problem with prednisone is it will cause osteoporosis. It does. It just about every time. And then to go ahead and further poison the bone with Fosamax. I don't think it's doing a great service. There are other ways to trade it. Do you suggested diet or how do you feel about diet and exercise exercise? I sing it doesn't reverse it. You're gonna you're gonna need exercise to keep the joints supple. That's something that you really need to do you need to get away from things that are rich and sugar because that tends to make the inflammatory component of this illness worse. So fructose has got to disappear from your diet soy has to disappear from your diet. Peanuts have to disappear from your diet. That's an all stay in any form. It doesn't make any difference. So things that contain corn have got to go away. Okay. All right. So fructose is a big problem because it tends to increase insulin levels, which tend to make the insulin like growth factors, go up. And it tends to make the rheumatoid worse. It is a very very interesting problem to have. It's not one. I would wish on anybody. Okay. But yeah, there are foods that can make it worse. But the exercise doesn't make it go away. Just simply makes your life a little bit better. Right. We do have some more calls coming up. I do want to remind you that the stages of life institute is a nearby Longwood. Just off of I four nineteen seventeen booth circle. When you're putting that in your direction finder that is booth with an e boost circle Longwood. The telephone number four the practice for oh seven six seven nine three three three seven. You'll be talking to a lovely lady named iris. And if you want to contact stages of life dot net stages of life dot net. And as we've talked about you can also tune in on the twenty four hour network that they've got we'll take a break right now for the three big things you need to know, which will leave us plenty of time for Bill Lois. Tony jam if you keep your calls, very very short go right ahead. Now. Now, the three big things you need to know three three President Trump offering a deal to congress that he believes should end the government shutdown news at four the reaction on both sides and the chances of it reopening this week. Also coming up, we take a look at how the rising number of student loan debts are affecting near graduates in Orlando. Brace yourself because we got a lot of cold temperature coming in this evening right now. We're clear of rain.
"dr klein" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Stack
"But it wasn't an easy person to deal with the thing. I liked best. Was this part of a lengthy obit Trie in Dr Klein went he uploaded a new photo of himself. To the social media platform Facebook on the twenty third of December book heart aka Murli Pesher had for longtime being smiling. Again, not a sly or cynical smile. No, a peaceful, comfortable one that was generally interpreted as a sign that Merlin's again was now finally starting to enjoy life after spending many years fighting for his life's work two days later, he was dead. It's stories like this that Thomas Bernhardt might have had in mind when he emphasized how much the newspaper can help the author come up with material you might think that this is self evident for modern authors. It isn't better handcuff example, didn't like newspapers paps he still doesn't like them today. When hunky was young. He dreaded the newspaper so much that he was only able to enjoy a stay in New York when there was a strike meaning that no world newspapers were published. Instead, there was just a thin Taito called city news Hencke saw the newspaper as a mere distraction a deflection from what was important disgusted him the famous author. He didn't say who still wanted to know what was in the coach section when he was dying in the throes of death. His friends had to report back to him about how this or that new publication had been reviewed, but you can detect an influence on hand. Kaz writing to modern literature isn't conceivable without the newspaper. And you don't even have to think of James Joyce's. Ulysses a work that does everything to the newspaper to know that no you can start with Hanukkah himself. Because of course, he read the newspaper too. And of course, he also read it like Bernhardt did in public houses. And of course, it had an influence on him to even if this was only that hanker tried to right exactly how newspapers weren't written reading newspapers in the public house is the name of his revenge on newspaper reading or rather his commitment to an unhappy. Passion suffering from an obsession that wasn't even desire. It was a nameless. But very specific pub in Salzburg where hand care unhappily read the newspaper and pondered his unhappiness. This was probably about thirty years ago. You might think that his fascinating essay on the quiet place in which the place in question is the privy is secretly also a small essay on the newspaper, but it isn't the newspaper doesn't appear in this essay. Even though the toilet is the place that springs to mind when you think of your own history of newspaper reading it upsets me when I go to a different toilet. And I can't find any newspapers. Even if there are books there, you read books in the bath on the toilet you read newspapers, or magazines special cases, these supplement that many people put beside the toilet based on the assumption that newspaper supplement becomes outdated less quickly than in newspaper itself. I used to live with t- back then t- taught at a small university in the evenings. He listened to echoed aside. And in the mornings, he read the Noa circa Zaiton for which he had a subscription he had as much contempt for his cities to newspapers as he did for the local football club, which he scoffed at in favor of the Bundesliga. You wouldn't find the end it said in the Lou, but the supplement to the ends at SETI ends at folio. They're always several copies of that lying on the floor beside the toilet. But in all the time, I spent living with T, I never finished a single article in the ends folio. Most of the time I didn't even flick through it. Instead, I stared at a colorful photograph of Kim Il-Sung on the wall. Supplements belong on the Lou where they are never or only very rarely read a fate that I presume they share with the magazine Matej, which is one of the major unread products of the press that said the age of unread newspapers and magazines is only just beginning the newspaper may be dying..
Veracruz, Jen and John Mccall discussed on
"Mexican authorities confirmed seven police officers have been killed in a riot at a jail in the eastern state of veracruz mexican officials say the killings of seven police officers happened during a rod to thomas president veracruz overnight the fallen started of the some inmates broke onto their cells the place has happened while the riot was being quelled an order was being restored an investigation is underway many mexican prisons control by inmates blowing into powerful and violent drug cartels who constantly embroiled in power struggle vendettas jen's players mexico deadly protests against indian rule erupted in several parts of indiancontrolled kashmir sunday following the killings of at least eight rebels and fighting with government forces at least two army soldiers were killed in the fighting new round of anti india protests and classes which led to the killings of at least two civilians comes after indian troops launched deadly counter insurgency operations this is our in news this is john mccall for dr richard klein at the michigan head and neck institute it's amazing how many symptoms at a t m j disorder can cause when dr klein i became interested in treating tm j problem there was not much known about it today the academic knowledge is much more advanced neck aches headaches ear pain dizziness sensitivity to sounds ears buzzing blurred vision of flow of tears without crying and pain in or behind the i can all be due to a t m j disorder it's not just jaw pain dr klein is helped over ten thousand patients with tm disorder or obstructive sleep apnea and i don't know of anyone else who is as passionate and helping patients i've.