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Near-Death Experiences

Unexplained Mysteries

04:28 min | 3 months ago

Near-Death Experiences

"Accounts of near death. Experiences can be polarizing indie. Most often happened while people are unconscious so researchers are incredibly limited in what they can actually measure. They must rely on human testimony to fill in. What's actually happening in other words. Andy ease exist near the intersection of two seemingly contradictory ideas science and faith which is why after a neurosurgeon reported in n. d. e. it became central to the conversation in nineteen eighty eight. Dr eban alexander began his career in boston at one of the most prestigious hospitals in the country. Brigham and women's well working as a neurosurgeon. Dr alexander simultaneously target his father's alma mater. Harvard medical school in both institutions. He had access to some of the most cutting edge medical technology in the world. Soon dr alexander became an expert in a non invasive. Surgical treatment called stereo tactic. Radio surgery a procedure that uses targeted radiation to address medical abnormalities. In the brain it can even eliminate tumors without needing to open the skull in his own practice. Doctor under-used stereo tactic. Radio surgery to treat cancer. Epilepsy mentoring nerves and tangled blood vessels and for nearly a decade in the field of medicine. His star was on the rise until two thousand one when an elderly woman from arizona. Whom will call. Rose contacted him to remove a benign tumor in her brain. Dr alexander was one of the few surgeons in the country capable of performing the procedure. So rose flew from arizona all the way to boston but she didn't receive the treatment that she expected when rose arrived at the hospital orderlies placed her in a wheelchair and brought her into the operation. Room apparently no one spoke to her or explain what was happening. After doctors strapped into a device rendering it immobile rose demanded to meet. Dr eben alexander. She was about to go under and he had yet to introduce himself mere minutes before the operation began. Dr alexander stepped in front of her said. Hello and assured her that she was in good hands then she drifted into unconsciousness and the surgery began when rose woke up in the icu. She couldn't move the left side of her face. Dr alexander never warned her about the risks associated with her surgery and though he'd successfully eliminated her tumor half of her face was now permanently paralyzed. Ultimately rose filed a lawsuit. Her lawyers asked to see the paperwork she'd signed before entering surgery. But apparently dr alexander could only produce a single sheet of paper. It didn't even have rose's signature on it. Apparently dr alexander had misplaced a number of her forms. The case was eventually settled out of court shortly after. Brigham and women's fire dr alexander from their roster administrators have not stated whether or not the dismissal was related to the lawsuit. Either way dr alexander moved on to work for umass memorial medical center located in worcester massachusetts. Where apparently his careless behavior continued during one operation. Dr alexander reportedly left a small piece of plastic inside a woman's nick. In addition to the pain this caused her she needed another intensive surgery to have it removed then in august two thousand three umass suspended dr sanders for an error made during an operation. On another patient's brain stem the specific details surrounding. These punitive measures remain confidential by early two thousand seven. Dr alexander relocated to lynchburg virginia and began work as a staff surgeon at lynchburg general hospital but his lack of professionalism and care continued

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"dr sanders" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Spent at Wilmington Avenue that's cleared from traffic lanes, but you're still going to be some stop and go there from about Avalon High in the sky is sponsored by entry attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com. Jeff bought four or five San Fernando Valley. No one. There we go. I was going to say, never kiss a hedgehog. That's for sure. Four or five is looking good. Really? By morning. Dr Sanders heads up as Sherman Wait is Health Trance crew that is now right shoulder, but they might start moving. So I just kept it looks like maybe a sweeper train just starting away there, but morning drive is starting at about Victory Boulevard Open, Obadele. On a normal stuff. The water one now coming out of Calabasas, 1000. It's all about into the San Fernando Valley. That section, looking good and then pretty much to tango or banker over towards the four or five is getting a little slow going to the south four or five, but otherwise it's a pretty good trip. Injured in an accident visit. Superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Bark, a F I and this guy if I and this guy helps you to their faster I'm robbing banks. Thie Rams improved to three and one after beating the Giants by a score of 17 to 9 giants now Oh, and for the Chargers blew a 10 point halftime lead over the Buccaneers. Tampa Bay coming backto outscore the bolts in the second half 24 to 7 on the way to a 38 31 l a loss. That reversal of fortune didn't however, dampened quarterback Justin Herbert's enthusiasm. There's nothing else that I'd rather be doing playing football for for the charges is something I've dreamed about it if I go out there and do everything right study work hard..

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Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce: Stay small, stay safe this holiday weekend

Dana Loesch

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce: Stay small, stay safe this holiday weekend

"Atlanta Chamber of Commerce as a warning this Labour day weekend wfsb Sandra Paris Paris reports. reports. It's It's about about the the size. size. Of Of holiday holiday gathering. gathering. Stay Stay small small Stay Stay safe. safe. That's That's the the message message by by the the mentor mentor chamber chamber to to hopefully hopefully avoid avoid another another uptick uptick and and positive positive Corona Corona virus cases After this weekend, I've seen a spike after every major holiday. So yes, we are very nervous about this Monday. Coming cab District Health director Dr Sander Ford says. You should keep gatherings under 10 and still practice safety measures. Like wearing mask washing hands frequently and staying 6 FT. Apart. It doesn't mean you can't gather. It just means you need to be thoughtful about how you get Sandra Parish 95.5 double US speak

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Jay Inslee gives up on climate-focused presidential bid

All In with Chris Hayes

03:08 min | 1 year ago

Jay Inslee gives up on climate-focused presidential bid

"You're six six days away from the qualifying deadline for the next democratic debate in september so far. Only ten candidates have made the cut. Although there are whole bunch approaching the threshold probably not coincidentally in just the last luik to candidates for probably not going to make the debate stage have dropped out of the race entirely last night washington governor jay inslee. You might have seen told my colleague motto that he's officially out of the race today. He announced he would be seeking a third term. As governor of washington also today former former colorado governor john hickenlooper who dropped out of the presidential race last week announced a senate run. I've always said washington was a lousy place for a guy. I liked the who wants to get things done but this is no time to walk away from the table. I know changing washington is hard but i want to give it a shot. I'm john hickenlooper candidate for united states senate <hes>. That's a very good shot. Although i wonder how many takes took hickenlooper entrance is bad news for the incumbent republican cory gardner who is pulling ten points behind generic democrat right now with hickenlooper enderle gone from the democratic presidential field it leaves just twenty two candidates vying for the democratic nomination. The question now is how long is the field going to stay that big answer the question. I'm joined paula romo's host of vices nex series former staffer for hillary clinton's two thousand sixteen presidential campaign and jilani cobb staff writer the new yorker professor of journalism at columbia university. I think the hickenlooper news is significant because many people have been jumping up and down and pointing at senate races races with to some of the candidates being like maybe you should do this and that's what he did. Yes it is significant. It is narrowing down but i also think that there's something else that is happening. Which is that people people are widening and defining what electability means right so it used to be the case that we elect ability meant that it was just about being donald trump but now it's turning into something else which is why the race will continue to be this massive fight because it's about who can win in who can beat donald trump the right way which is is what i think we're gonna see in in the debates the right way meaning who is centering marginalized communities at the center of the conversation but you're saying that you think that to me implies right. There's a thinking among democrats that more than one candidate can beat exact donald trump. You think that's the case. I do think the democrats think. I think that's what people think which i think that's the important important thing i don't. I don't know if democrats are thinking about what people are thinking in the streets. I know how young people are thinking and the thinking is that we want someone that not only uses latinos and black people blend women as pawns to beat donald trump. We want someone that uses us and that inserts us in the future of this country and that's the difference and that's why i think as you just talked to senator dr sanders like he is talking about. People of color rose out climate change. It's different. It's striking to me that in the number of candidates we still have twenty two. There's going to be this sharp. Drop off as we go into this third debate and i think that like there's a little bit of this electability.

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"dr sanders" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Zero seven zero five right out on that VIP list for the reins viewing party this Sunday at the dudes brew in Torrance. If I could just recap the meeting Chris recap play some of the Tapeh, here's Travis who are you trying to work with me because I. This is the only. Done in my life, where trying to be organized and know what's going on as a hindrance. Yeah. Yeah. Company with your pie chart. No plans in the only environment. I've ever worked in where trying to know. What's coming next is a huge. No, no. I'm not even sure why we keep having meetings before. So. Really wouldn't he would know? Here you go trying to know what's coming up next and figure out what the show's going to sell see has gone into better mood because around five forty five this morning. I tried to make a joke to them. You try to touch them. No. I just said what's up with your pants today? And he just looked at me. He goes not today. Chris not today. It means not today today. See to me. As never mind. What are we talking about? Confused confused. Exactly Lonzo missed a free throw on video. We talked about that for me. I'm more interested the one where he tape. Take your pick. I'm far more interested in his comments about his leadership style. And how he's going to try to go about it. And he's talking about how he is trying to lead in the absence of LeBron enrage on Rondo, and he said, it's a big void to fill. Lebron Rondo or arguably two the best leaders ever have in the both out. That's two of our main guys who are talking on the court. It's new for me. It's new for BI coups, probably talks the most out of all of us for me. It's more about action. And then he added I don't think that you can talk. If you're not doing your job. So it starts with that for me and go from there. I think he's right. I I think that was part all of it. I think that he's not vocal. He seeing no for me and B. I this is new look at Brandon Ingram in Lonzo ball's personalities at least public personalities. I don't know what they're like when the camera's not there when they're on the plane, very active and comfortable social media. They do they do but publicly at least is for as when there's a camera on or a microphone in front of their pretty reserved guys. They're not saying a whole bunch. You watch him on the court. Neither one of them, are terribly demonstrative. They're not really telling their teammates what they think they need to get done. You know, you over here, you cut down you pop out and all this pretty quiet guys. And that's what he's saying. This is new for me, we this is not my default setting. And then I like what he said at the end, which is I'm gonna let my play speak for itself because it's really hard to be vocal leader when you're play isn't at a high level and right now, his isn isn't. But you know, Jason Kidd and always shoe forty percent from the field. You know, it's not just about your offense. No leadership isn't just about stat line is about whether or not the guys around you believe in you, and we'll follow you now helps if you're the best player on the team. Absolutely. But we've seen time and time again, and I can think of basically almost every significant big man print guard combo due to eighties and into nineties and wish to big band statistically was the best player, but he had to do with the. Dr Sanders sent him up, and he and he had to believe in that point guard in order to make sure that the team as a whole could be successful. He's got to be willing to have people not like him to me that is the missing lich pen that maybe he's not willing to to be more vocal to be more of a of a present leader is because I know right. It's because you're muscle through. I was fighting. I thought I made it through cleanly dog you still for like ten seconds. Thanks rise making feel real. Because people don't always like leaders leaders say things that people don't wanna hear. And perhaps I'm not saying this is I'm no psychologist, perhaps it's also unwillingness to be disliked that also makes it uncomfortable trying to step into that role..

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Sanders Defends Trump Calling Omarosa 'A Dog'

Howie Carr

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Sanders Defends Trump Calling Omarosa 'A Dog'

"SMS Dondo ups From ABC news Michelle. Franson press, secretary Sarah Sanders defending President Trump's tweet in which he called former staffer Omarosa manigault, Newman. A quote Dr Sanders said the president's feelings were justified giving Newman's new book which contains allegations about Trump's fitness for office. And racist remarks I think the president is certainly voicing his frustration with the fact that this person has shown a complete, lack of integrity particularly by the

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"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"I want to thank my guest dr sandor wek steen what a wonderful episode this has been i will tell you i have personally struggle with anxiety so i really appreciate anybody coming on and helping me with my own anxiety and it also helps me with my patients in my practice because the truth the matter is france ninety nine percent of us are going to struggle with anxiety at some point in our life friend santer possesses a wealth of knowledge in this area and i am so excited that he agreed to join me and the you got to listen in on my conversation with him here on parenting great kids i can't wait to have him share more so let's recap my points to ponder one never be afraid to see anxiety in your child to your child needs you to take control of the stimulation and his world three start with the basic for good food good sleep good exercise and good connection with you so until next time parents remember great kids are raised not born pay this bobby producer bag makers parenting great kids podcast we hope you enjoyed listening to episode forty seven children ten anxiety and to you dr makes parenting revolution has grown to over a million downloads you can like dr meeker on facebook and follow her on twitter and instagram'd at meg meeker md as a reminder go to make meeker m d dot com and sign up for her newsletter for giveaway opportunities and updates and don't forget to share the podcast brightest review and click subscribe so you won't as an episode.

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"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"Get better it might take a little time it might take a little work but it absolutely can get better if they're willing to make that commitment to themselves and their kids and you've seen enormous transformations in people's lives because you've been doing it long enough right you've seen children who were terribly anxious in the early years grow up and be fairly non anxious adults zach correct absolutely kids were so overwhelmed by their anxiety that they would waste if you will five six eight hours a day being nonfunctional because of it now would say to me because were close and we form relationships and they come into town and like to say hi to me that they might have a little anxiety around the edges three or maybe five minutes noticing things but a little bit of anxiety is a good thing in essence it helps keep us on the right track it helps us modulate things and they get to the point where they are in control of their anxiety as opposed to their anxiety controlling them i love but there and charter there anxiety anxiety isn't in charge of them and it's really shrinking the beast isn't it it's the beast of anxiety the beast of depression or the beast of adhd it's all about helping the the child be in charge of the parent be in charge and shrinking that beast while sander this has been so helpful for me and i really feel like i've learned a lot about anxiety and kids as well and i'm so grateful that you came and educated us because so many times i think a one apparent sees anxiety or worries about in their child it triggers them to be afraid so they want to avoid it and your messages don't do that exactly deal with what your kid has you can deal with it you can help them deal with it and there is excellent treatment and you think you can help them get through this and get passed this and um i just appreciate all your expertise and how beautifully you articulate an advocate for kids so sanders this has just been a wonderful and theory i opening session.

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"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"And in doing so it helps them relax it helps them engaged those frontal parts of their brain that are healthy in decisionmaking and planning it helps them down regulate that amid the law or the alarm center in their brain and kids as young as five and six can be taught simple frameworks of mindfulness with breathing there's really cool things like hot chocolate breathing where you have kids get some hot chocolate and they first smell it through their nose and then they blow it on it will it down a few times and then they do that threetimes just enjoying the feelings and they take a little step and that's one of the ways of introducing kids to mindfulness at an early age that is really enjoyable so they're probably some parents out there that may be doing with their kids are ready they just don't know that they're doing it and they don't know how they can utilize that even more to calm their kids and also deger sort of bring some order to their world and to decrease says stimulation that's triggering a lot of anxiety i know that you've treated anxiety for many years and i'm sure that there's somebody listening today whose thinking well okay that's great but you just don't understand my child's out of control and mayang size out of control and a lot of times anxiety says to you is hopeless what would you say to that person i would say both all of the research and all of my clinical experience disagrees with them i am so hopeful that when kids and families get the treatment that they need that in the longrun the majority of kids do fantastic it's just amazing to me the progression and i've had the pleasure to work with kids in one place over 25 years soy really had a chance to see that and i would tell parents who themselves have anxiety or have kids who have anxiety that it absolutely.

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"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"Rents but you and i have also seen the success in treatment and that there are times when you really can help a child by giving them medication and obviously it's never a first choice unless a child i guess is really out of control or you know something else is go there's a lot of coal morbid and other issues going on as well but i do think it's important for parents to understand they can be safely used under the guidance of a very good sokaiya tryst and or their pediatrician when you're talking about omega3s and use are you talking about flaxseed oil fish oil and what dosage are we talking about is being helpful for children with anxiety depression and adhd 'cause i know you're there's evidence that it really helps adhd and depression as well there is in probably more evidence like a sudden terms of adhd in depression but the largest look at those and it does come from flaxseed as you mentioned but it also comes for marine off sources and that fish oil is probably the best while study and if you look active ingredients it gets broken down into active ingredients call the epa and dha and you want those two active ingredients to be in a ratio of about sixty percent epa or greater and the rest dha and then the lower dose of therapeutic range is about a thousand milligrams of epa and dha per day combined and combined in a 60 percent ratio all or 60 percent or greater epa and the thousand milligrams he want to give four to six weeks probably six weeks the know full effectiveness and then if you're not having the benefits he want to see you nudge that up gradually took two thousand milligrams and again give it four to six weeks if you're not getting the benefits that you see you nudge that up gradually two three thousand milligrams of epa and dha combined and if you're.

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"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"With that provider if it doesn't you are a strong advocate in the for somebody else yes exactly talk to me for a couple minutes please about omega3s and anxiety and medication use in children with anxiety you know omega3s have been utilized in medicine for a long time primarily starting with cardiology and lowering triglycerides they been used in sokaiya tree and brain areas the largest body of data looks at helping with mood and mood disorders the second largest body of data looks at helping with adhd and then there is more anecdotal and less large amounts of data looking at anxiety but i think it pows anecdotal evidence in it's very benign if you go beyond that and talk about medicines people have vast different perspectives about medicines and if you look at hard data seventy percent of kids give or take who go through good cognitive be april therapy can be treated with that without additional medicines but then there is that you know significant minority who have more severe anxiety or forever reason their anxiety just doesn't respond to cognitive behavioral therapy in the lifestyle approaches that we talked about and then medicines can be fun nominally helpful and the medicines of first choice when you look about or look at all link societies or a group of medicines called ssris and that stands for selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and are a type of medicine that is classified as antidepressants and they do help depression but if you look at data in kids they're even more effective in treating anxiety and there's a number of those that have been wellstudied and as one part of a comprehensive treatment program can be phenomenally helpful because i know you know it's it's a lot it's hard for a lot of parents to thank god i don't wanna you know over medicate my children and you see that fear and parents and i see that fear and pay.

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"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"Our exparte dot com slash meghan enter promo code meg at checkout that's our ecs barred dot com flesh meg promo code meg for twenty five percent off your first order so you talked about nutrition specifically with children you want them to avoid junk food i us gibbons from nutritional guidelines just two couple you know i'm not a dietician but in general i look at the healthier the foods the better farmtotable if you can because you know what you're eating in where it comes from food in a food with protein in the morning if you can and then the biggest pieces being avoiding or eating less consistently that really junk or unhealthy foods um you know all the snacks all the things we love to eat because they taste good or fast food but that really is not good for our brain and body as you know talk about sleep how much featured a seven an or twelve year old be sleeping at night and obviously anxious children don't wanna sleep so how do you coach apparent through healthy sleep for kids that leads me into first talking about exercise because that's an easier thing to coach through at first and great data that exercises kind of releases brainderived neurotrophic growth factor which is the elixir of life for our brain and it helps with so many things one of that is anxiety and again we live in a more sedentary society but if you can get kids in addition to their normal stuff to be trying to get relief thirty minutes or more of a rubik exercise a day it does amazing things to our brain it down regulates our brain it releases brainderived neurotrophic graf growth factor it helps nerve cells grow and it helps and apsis has become more and it helps smilin' nation it's us all this good stuff and it helps us to sleep.

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"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"Yang because and kids everything comes out sideways they could beat us screaming at everybody all the time and there are underlying issue is anxiety so apparent thinks a child may have it they go to their doctor they get a diagnosis of anxiety so now walk through what that parent is going to need to do to help that child overcoming sitea well the first piece is educate themselves because knowledge is power and the more they know about what's going on the better and healthier decisions they can mack to address the problem and anxiety choice orders are so treatable but just like other things take some hard work and have to realize that from the getgo the first piece goes back to basics good healthy nutrition consistent aerobic exercise good sleep staying away from excessive technology use extremely important there is no simple easy fix and unfortunately we live in a society where we often want those simple easy answers for complex questions but after diagnosis is made the first part of treatment as education and getting kids and parents to understand their concept of a false alarm that we talked at that their body is acting as if there is danger when there is no danger at saint danger danger even though there is not an parents and kids need to come to understand that avoiding it in the short on again makes them feel better but in the long run causes anxiety to worsen to walk into your anxiety parents i hope you're enjoying my conversation with dr rexy we need to take a quick break don't go anywhere we'll be right back.

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"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"Let us from developing worse anxiety and treating it when we have it well and i will tell you you are no really what you're talking about because our listeners need to know you know and you've had a really successfully treat anxiety because you're just you're one of the best in the country i really do as as far as treating children an adolescent anxiety and mood disorders so let's talk about two things first of all there are some kids who live in our environment who seemed to not having zaidi and they float along and they do okay and they have a lot of overstimulation and a lot of triggers just like other children who have overstimulated triggers but respond with anxiety is that just a genetic issue or why is it that some kids are really anxious and some kids aren't and maybe they have similar kind of home settings stimulation so forth great question it's usually a multiple things one is that genetic loading peace and i guess i'd look at an analogy let's pretend you and i were in a room and euroallergic the cats and i'm not you know so were both round cats and cathay under your allergies or sunset as eishin make you set off that you have this response where your eyes water or you get it she or you have a hard time breathing i'm exposed to that exact same situation and i don't respond in that way at all so that's that sensitisation genetically that we health then there's that environmental peace so if you have parents who for whatever reason realize the things that we've talked about and can help their kids to gradually face their anxiety giving them there're a message with both their words and actions that they're capable of of doing that nothing bad is going to happen it's just worries it's just uncomfortable those kids are more likely to not develop.

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"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"Um empathy all of those things that are useful in helping us to problem solved we don't do when we are overly anxious we don't think clearly so we really just now we but i'm talking about anxious children here live in a state of just react react react react they don't go wait a minute here's a reaction and then have a parent or them sit down and problem solved or recruit whatever part of their frontal lobe they can at tend to so to say okay here's my response and this is what i need to do what i'm hearing you say is they're just they react constantly without ever solving a problem in the moment and it just all cobb piles up on each other's at bright it is and then the natural tendency when on any of us having society or something uncomfortable is to avoid it natural but unfortunately that is the exam act opposite of what we want to do with anxiety because when we avoid it we get more sensitised to it and it grows even though in the short run we feel a little bit better can you repeat that that that's an outstanding point that i need you to repeat that 'cause i want everybody to hear that our roads our response to anxiety is avoidance correct it is it's our natural or spots and it makes sense because it's uncomfortable and we don't want to feel that the issue is when we avoid it we get more sunset ties to it or at grows how on the other hand if we can recognize that with the help of our parents if you will and their realization and we can confronted or face it at first it really is uncomfortable and that's hard but as we continue to face at this given tools are anxiety diminishes in shrinks and we feel better and that in essence is the treatment of anxiety both in terms of prophylaxis.

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"In the past even though i would tell you that technology can be great we didn't have those types of technology and in today's day and age kids are bombarded unfortunately from a very early age not only by tv but over stimulating things on the internet and that can cause anxiety and get our brain going in unhealthy ways and then i guess finally there's been kind of the breakdown of our family unit and it is more common or as common for parents to be singleparents then they are to be to parents raising a child and that's really stressful for a families ussl and i think all those things have contributed so we're really having these little people three years old seven years old 15 years old i still consider an eighteen year old a little person reading their me they may be bigger than i am but they're still little we're having these wonderfully sensitive lovely people who but it sounds like you're saying are constantly stressed by incoming stimulation that their body assertive responding with fear in a way and they really just don't know how to cope with that is that fair to say it's absolutely fair to say mug you know unfortunately our environment is overwhelming at times and stressful that along with genetic loading kind of us a final common pathway of us presenting with anxiety symptoms and it's kind of on a technical way of describing it our amid dilemma is that area in the deep part of our temporal lobe that is that fighter flight response and now it's hijacked if you will the logical parts of our brain are orbital frontal cortex that front parts of our brain that is logical thinking organization planning time management working memory.

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"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"That our blood starts pumping are hark races getting blood to our large muscle groups to help us fighter run our breathing increases to accident eight our blood and muscles and brain getting us ready to fight iran mall of the blood that kwon to our gastrointestinal system is shunted to our brain and large muscle groups again in getting us to fighter and with those things we have symptoms people feel their heart beating faster that's a symptom of anxiety they feel themselves breathing faster that can be a symptom of anxiety they feel themselves shaky or sweaty that can be a symptom of anxiety they guy it um stomach aches and my gut issues that can be a symptom of anxiety so that fighter flight response gone awry is those symptoms of anxiety so really what you're saying is our kids are living in an environment where they're they're getting a lot of trigger here's that are frightening obvious sent a subconscious level and they're just kind of overreacting not because they want to or but but that's kind of how they're wire to their kids with anxiety or living in sort of a constant state of fear of it gets very accurate assessment of things and then there's that interplay because as you know our society has changed so much over time that has also kind of contributed to that we're in the past if you will the majority of us did a lot of physically intensive exercise were morris sedentary society and exercise has great to help prevent anxiety in treating side right in the past we you know eight because we needed that nutrition for abrines and bodies and now there's a lot of junk food unhealthy foods that taste good that we eat just to eat not because we necessarily need bet nutrition.

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"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"And for a minute on just anxiety understanding that you could be treating as a sokaiya tryst were apparent could be dealing with a child who has anxiety plus something or just straight anxiety so just for a minute let's backup and deal with shell staying zaidi have you seen a rise or a fall of the prevalence of anxiety over the past twenty years 'cause yuban at this a long time now i have and i would say absolutely arise and that's true of all of the major neuropsychiatric issues but anxiety definitely i'm and in general probably a 20 to 30 percent of kids at some point in time would meet criteria for having a diagnosis openings id this order twenty or thirty percent of all kids not just kids to come in your practice exactly and that in know reflects in some really striking an information that you know i've talked with a lot of primary care practitioners about which is you know when you're seeing a kid in your practice at least about twenty percent of the time when they're coming in for something could be a sore throat could be a stomach ache could be something different either their chief complaint relates to that anxiety or anxiety affects their presentation let me cite attack for two seconds are we as primary care providers picking up on that in general i think it depends on the primary care provider no i think i've had the pleasure i know of working with you with lonski us together over the years and i i think you're a little bit like me a little bit of a dinosaur in you i'm work on helping the time yet to really get to know families and i think the likelihood of your picking up on that is much much higher than unfortunately some of the new providers who either by managed care or other factors of.

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"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"You need to stay in the driver's seat when it comes to talking to your kids about sex and i'm here to help parents i want to win by two now to listen to a wonderful conversation i had with my friend and colleague dr sandor wek state we'll sander thanks so much for joining me and talking about kids and anxiety today i appreciate being here mech yeah now as a child and adolescent psychiatrist you've got a really busy practice take us through your office doors and tell me what are the most common psychiatric irs psychological issues that you see on a regular basis and kids will probably the most common one in some form or another is what we're talking about today anxiety brings icty disorders though i also see a lot of kids with some form of abboud disorder either depression or bipolar disorder missy lots of kids with autism spectrum disorder that's probably a quarter to a third of my practice lots of kids who have adhd lots of kids who have picked disorders of treads the irs lots of kids who have specific learning disabilities and then as we have learned over the years it's much more common that you have overlaps or call mobility so i see the majority of kids who have overlapped of one or two or three of those things as opposed to anyone alone so you can have kids so if you're treating a child with anxiety there's a pretty good chance that you're also treating something else so a child with depression may have anxiety or child with adhd may have anxiety is that pretty fair to say so anxiety can can crossover with a lot of different issues absolutely in in my mind that's why it's really important to try to to a thoughtful a valuation because if you're making an assumption or only one treating one part of that puzzle the likelihood of you helping luke successful treatment for optimal treatment is less well let's sort of honing.

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"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"What we need to face we'd like to pretend it isn't there but as he heard dr wax dean talk about don't do this because when you fail to see that your child is struggling with anxiety or you failed to help your child get help for his anxiety i e avoid his anxiety altogether you actually make that anxiety in your child worse so don't do that you know you will often hear me say don't parent out of fear parent at a strength particularly when it comes to emotional issues that your kids may be struggling with don't be afraid dive in help your kids if you feel your son or daughter whether there three or five or thirteen or even seventeen may be struggling with anxiety you see change it appetite change in their mood they're very agitated their irritable their grades are falling they just don't seem like themselves and you think that anxiety may be the issue i encourage you to start by calling your pediatrician and asking to comment and sit down and have a heart to heart you can talk with your paediatrician alone or you can bring your child either one is perfectly fine i actually recommend that you bring your child so that you can help your child deal with any kind of problem for right up front be very matter of fact pretend you're dealing with a child who may have a broken arm and talked very matter of fact about your concerns about him or her having anxiety then ask your pediatrician for recommendations for next steps your pediatrician may recommend that you go see a good therapist in your area make sure if you go to a therapist that that therapist as well versed in pediatric issues make sure you don't take your child to an adult therapist you want to make sure that you're that you're therapist knows how to deal with young kids teenage kids whatever aid your child is talk with your doctor about whether or not your child may need a sokaiya trysts does he need a medication should you have him valuated.

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"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"dr sanders" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"Stain dr weks dean is a child and adolescent psychiatrist boardcertified in both adult and child and adolescent psychiatry and he has practice sokaiya tree for over twenty years he is extremely well versed in medication and different psychotherapeutic techniques is associated with munsan medical center and has extensive research and experience in the area of treating anxiety in children children as young as three years old we had a wonderful discussion about how parents can better attend anxiety issues in their children and i can't wait for you to hear it and by the way if europe paran who struggles with anxiety this episode is going to help you as well also in this episode i'll be featuring a listener question from a mom struggling with behavioral issues and her gifted 10yearold daughter is always i'll share my points to ponder so you can start using them right away and parents remember don't just download the episode it's click subscribe because when you do that you're joining my parenting revolution it every new episode will automatically show up in your subscribe list and i'd love for you to write a serve you on i tunes let me know where you think about the podcast not only are we on itunes but the parenting great kids podcast is also available in the google playstore and on stitcher so no matter where you get your podcasts subscribe today and don't miss the single episode so parents thanks for listening stay with us so here my points to ponder point number one never be afraid to look at anxiety in your child you know friends when it comes to our kids not feeling well particularly when it has to do with emotional issues or psychological issues like depression anxiety it pushes a lot of buttons in us parents and sometimes when our buttons get pushed we recoil we we push back and rather than facing.

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