17 Burst results for "Dr Sophia"

"dr sophia" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"In India where one point three billion people ordered into lockdown coronavirus deaths continue to take off in Europe France now the fifth country across the one thousand deaths threshold Spanish medical workers demanding action after the elderly they are most at risk and here in Britain the army's been delivering medical supplies and London's millennium dumps being converted into a four thousand bed field hospital pandemic has medical professionals trying to protect themselves and in some cases drastically reducing their services Dr Sophia Parr PA is my dentist Almont springs Florida we have been state mandated not to see patients other than emergencies until may eighth a broken temporary crown got me in the doctor and her crew fixed it while wearing face masks and shields sponge Bob square pants once sang don't be a jerk this New Jersey man apparently was not listening to put it simply governor Phil Murphy says there are not cool heads out there he says that particular novel had got too close to an open display of prepared foods at a supermarket in metallic that charges are being brought against a defendant who got into a dispute with an employee of Wegmans coughed on the woman and told her after doing so that he had coronavirus governor Murphy says fifty year old George Falcone told two other employees they were lucky to have jobs and refused to give police his name or license for forty minutes he's charged with terroristic threats harassment and obstruction Deborah Rodriguez CBS news Wall Street apparently likes the Senate coronavirus relief deal with Dow futures are up six hundred points S. and P. futures up thirty eight this is CBS news you.

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"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Young organic farm microbiome your i'll sell it in all seriousness. Do you see a future that tries trying to go with that. Even even though it was gross <hes> is <hes> you see a future where actually we might do specific not necessarily fecal matter transplants but the bacteria from those is and you can already by those for people who are really sick but they'll be once oh we know these bacteria make you grow hair like crazy absolutely so we know one of those strains already is called lactobacillus beck sylla's for tara <hes> or you can buy that as a probiotic right. Yes got. It actually has really wonderful benefits for upper g._i. Issues the brand biogra- i don't know if you've ever heard of them or or are you guys put in neutral. That's a new edition though right. It's not in our core formulas. It's in our a hair biotic interesting but this one particular strain actually has preliminary studies done in mice <hes> where they have actually shaved off off part of their hair so the mice are still living and being treated wonderfully and they take this ellard tara and actually grow more thick and lustrous for they also dove in a little bit deeper to see why that was happening <hes> and they noticed it's because of a modulation between i'll ten seventeen which are inflammatory cytokines funds for people who are not as hackery as the three of us so basically inflammation. There's different pathways and these are signaling molecules inflammation so that's that's intriguing. Do you know what that stuff eats. Does it like fats proteins carbs. That is a great question. I'm going to say like fat but but i'm really just using my educational knowledge off of that. I'm guessing if it's <hes> lactobacillus. It's probably going to be more of a fiber carbon. Okay most of that species that i'm aware of don't eat fat other. They tolerate it. <hes> the reason i'm asking is that most probiotics like you can take them they work and then they go away but if you take probiotic with it you get an explosive things like like we're just grows like crazy. I'd love to talk so we are prebiotics in two so tell me about your provider so we use a non-conventional prebiotic. It's actually bacteria fog which sounds like a jerry very word but <hes> it is a really innovative proprietary blend of different viruses that you actually take any goes in there and basically targets all of the bad bacteria think of as like a little bit of it is considered a prebiotic because the results that the at that you got so close in the little sniper blasts the backpack bad bacteria and then the good bacteria eat those cellular components and it's been clinically shown to grow okay. I am so going to get some of that stuff. So factory of ages are an area of interest for me for people listening..

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"dr sophia" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Like, a cat or a dog, mosier, Dicky. Just saying that just goes hand in hand with what you're saying. I always say this way, we did these photo fundraisers and lots of people show up with the pets. You will be stunned love to observe such a good lesson for me when we do these voter fundraise, it's upset people in the pets. But one of the things that people do they just can't seem to ask the doubt to sit in a nice manner. I don't mean the ducks in a nice, man. I mean this for people to say to the dog, sit can you sit for me. George will you sit for me. No, they have to shout in a very angry way like rapid fire. It's bizarre. It's so bizarre, and it's confusing to adopt because dogs understand tone, the understand tone and intention, and that's through some great research that happened if the if there's no intention behind the tone, and they don't match up the dog does not believe that. But if if they're together the dog will understand it so to shouts it just makes no sense in an angry, man. It makes no sense whatsoever. But I see that all the time. It's so we had and you can just ask your doctor sit. I mean, I can say that to my daughter. I just can't use it for me. They just sit look this so fabulous and a rallying to say. Anyway, I just give him a trait. Which is another thing too. You dog does not always have to do a trick. Or a command to get a treat. They don't you can just give him a treat. Anyway. So where was I going with this? I think that's the end of that one. But basically understand your cats behavior what is normal. Don't get mad normal behavior. Don't get mad at cat that scratches. There are lots of things you can do to provide enrichment that satiate then need to be a cat. There are many ways you can do that. Remember the show we had with the unique cat feeding system. Yes. It's funny. You mentioned the cat forget, she's a veterinarian can't veterinarian. She came up with a feeding system that is close to how cats naturally feed, which is not into sittings a day wildcat hunting. Yes needs. It was it what it is it. It's revolutionary. It is changing the lives of cats, and it's. Changing the lives of the people can't live with it is eliminating behaviors it is reducing obesity and cats, and it's elevating cats. Feelings of well being and being happy. And I'll tell you why because cats feed normally cats would feed small and often throughout the day. They would catch the food. Yeah. Good thing because it keeps their energy up throughout the day. So what they do is. They hunt for their food. They play with they kill it can play with it. Then they eat it. Then they sleep. Yeah. And if you can't satisfy the prey drive, you're gonna have a fairly depressed cat because how else is you're going to get that. Such device is prey drive. If you feed it twice a day and has to you for food eliminates this need to go and find its food. So she what did she originally called the business because she changed it to Phoebe and Desi, I think oh, can you such that for me? Jim, I think it's Phoebe and desert just search that on on Facebook for me, but it was a different name prior to. And I'm glad they changed the name because it kind of didn't click with what their product was let me tell you what it is imagine. This is my best description. Poop bag hold. It. Looks like it's like a small captial, and there are five of those. And on the outside of them is a very thick like is nylon canned of fabric gem, and it's got tassels on the end of it. And you put your food inside of him. You cannot currently put Kibble inside of it. And then you hide they're in different areas of the home. So this can want keep your cat active really important to keep them active and challenging and they get to find the food because it's got tassels on. It's like a toy as well. So they get to play with it. So they found their food to get to play with it. They eat their food, and they sleep and then repeat the head formal times throughout the day. Darkened freebies car dot com. Feebis cat what doc and feebis cat company? That's wrecks on new. She changed the name. I love how by the way. I met her a supervisor this year. She was on the show. We'll replay that shook such a good show. But so great to see how would love to hang out with her a little bit more more. But she's actually a veterinarian and she's well well well well versed on cats anyway. So she crazies product, and she starts getting these incredible emails and videos back saying, I have a very happy cap. Now, my cat has lost weight. My cat is active, and they're just more more of a cat satis satisfy cap, and she said, it's the most amazing thing to receive those emails in those videos because she's she's she understands cats so incredibly well. She's trying to work on something. She can put wet food in it. But. She'll get there. She will get there. Because ideally, you want cast have what food because you want them to have moisture in the diet really important that moisture in the diet, and unless you've got a cat that goes and drinks on command. Then you need to you need to put the moisture back into their diet for them. But. She's a fantastic veterinarian. Isn't she JIMBO Dr fee again? Doc, doc, fees cat, company dot and Phoebe Cadogan Phoebe dot com. Okay. At the end. Thank you for that. But yeah. So so this is this is what we're talking about about letting your cat cat understanding cat behaviors. And you can get so much information. It the so much out there. It's very exciting. A couple of the veterinarians that you can follow is a doctor, Dr Motti Becker. And also, Dr Sophia yin she she did pass away, but still continues and all findings researches on that. If you want to know a little bit more about cats. That was a long long. Let's take a quick break. We'll be back when we come by took a little bit about fear free certification and a pit bull ban. And. Yeah, that's that's always a big topic. Isn't it? We'll be right back. Listen to Vegas rock dog radio with me Samuel host the Queen of rock and roll dogs. Kosheh? I love cleaning the litterbox said, no one ever. Luckily, there's world's.

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"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"So it's important to realize that again, going back to the sources of these dysfunctions. It's not just died vacations, but it's also against us, reduction correlate, cortisol will absolutely increase permeability of the of the. It actually has direct direct effect on the colonic cells and the permeability and as well. Also, of course, on the Vegas nerve which controls it. They just in the other an inflammation while from your own path, you've sort of dialed in on the stuff that you put into neutral, where you're saying you've got to control your stress. So you need lifestyle modifications which you've even cooperated. But you also want the adapted herbs and then you want the right nutrients to support the hair growth, things like like, zinc and I'm not sure what else. What else are you putting in there but that's dialed in invis- on your your chief medical officer? What? What are the other big bucket that you put in the. In the stuff that you're taking, generally speaking, what we wanna do is target all of these components, right? So you have the stress components. So what we do is we import forgotten again where using exe potential extracts that are almost harm ascetical great meeting their standardized that clinically tested on. I think that's very important. Renew choosing your ingredients, which is in your supplements. And of course you speak a lot to that as to as to where they come from and how they're manufactured and what bioavailability that have in the body. So all of these have been tested for viability owned absorbed and also their efficacy in clinical studies. So we use for Gonda stress it up to join the major stress, adopt our in our product, and it has been clinically shown to lower cortisol levels in comically stress. Adults also improve thyroid function. Because again, thyroid function is impacted by high stress import SOLAS well, and that is important for hair grows because it it is one of the major. Snow's production of energy follicles need energy. So then we target the information. So intimidation is important to target because it's been found in shown in every type of hair loss something that again, western medicine didn't recognize before, but now we know that inflamming the immune system is highly linked, or it actually regulates biological clocks. It meets perfectly regulated. As long as you have more inflammatory cytokines molecules produced the follicle. You need to calm that down and sing high potency anti-inflammatories that can target Tina foul for I wanna lead to hair loss sivvy's curcumin, which is an extract of to Mark for that. Again, all of these, of course, are multi targeted than they have multiple Fido. Actus a nice because they have the target so many receptors. So they're able to rebound rather than go in one particular direction, which is, for instance, the case with medications supplementaries a natural dihydrotestosterone inhibitor. And that's what we used to to count at the DVD. The started engine production, hyper engine production in hair loss. Unlike p show or festered does not have any sexual side effects has been shown to increase nitric oxide production, so actually improves be, don't sexual functioning. So I think that's a question that a lot of men will always ask is to whether or not something like this effectual Beato because of the mechanism of action, but it doesn't actually, it's more of a rebalancing action. Unlike unlike finesse stride and we have potent anti oxidants like took a turn America tax Bill, your own. Build up the you can take anti-oxidants which quantified articles, but you really want something that Trump production of glib sign Cadillac. Since the proxy dismutase which are depleted with aid stress. So these systems tax, you really want to stimulate your body again to to heal itself into produce more of the. So that's that's our kind of multipronged approach. In addition to that, of course, supporting neutrons. Like sing selenium, dine from Cal and. And many other Twenty-one ingredients in total. So collagen while all source from very clean sources that with smaller fish, we talked about mercury a good Iceland, Norway sources of kelp end and collagen and a couple of other really, no vitamin d, all of these things that are really important in terms of supporting the full multipronged multi targeted approach..

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"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Stresa, for instance, will impact gap junctions or to start tight junction so increases permeability shown in studies that are related to exa acne, psoriasis that microparticles life Apache soccer from Materia leak into the blood, actually wind up in the skin causing mation. So. The hair studies are little bit behind, but there are a bunch of coming in now in the last year or so. There's a couple that came out. Animal studies like showed that if you feed a certain type of material to mice, their micro-biology changes as a result of that, the inflammatory Marcus change on this, they have healthier hair growth. They've also experimented with a, for instance, polycystic ovarian syndrome, which is marked by hair loss. I may showed that simulated models in animal models. They showed that it animals with the dysregulates with less will actually have more inflammation. And obviously they have insulin resistance in have energy production. But when they give him certain bateria certain probiotics, they are variant, they're over his, go back to normal, and then the Andersons go back to normal. And same goes with fecal matter transplant. So we know that when we optimize the gut bacteria, optimize the gut lining that the hormones that are responsible for hair growth hair loss will normalize. In the same way, we know that when we do that, we can actually chief better hair grows. So that's just it's very new. This is all very, very brand new, probably the last year or so this research is coming out. So I know that enclo- I think Columbia, they're doing research now on sequel Matt transplant in allocation universality. They seen some. Yeah, they've seen some major the at least two, two cases that I've seen reported where the two men where they've had a people, Matt transplants, four, the studium facility infection, chronic infections, which is the only indication in the United States for transplant now. But coincidentally they had the results which is complete loss hair everywhere for up to ten years refractory to treatment, and all of a sudden they get all of this new bacteria, their microbiome normalizes and they start growing hair again. You mentioned LP which made me really happy. A lot of people haven't heard of this, it's it was a big focus of the bulletproof diet. Headstrong, too. It's called lipopolysaccharide. And when you have bad gut bacteria, they make higher or stress bacteria from what you eat. They make higher levels of LP, which is a meadow Conroe depressant it's a toxin that causes problems throughout the body. And so if you're eating industrially raised meat, which I would consider unhealthy and unethical, you're likely to have bad gut bacteria because you're getting antibiotic residues in your body and the most commonly known substance for blocking l. p. s. is the oldest one out there is activated charcoal. If you're going to be eating crab or you know, you have species. I think there's a good case for taking some of that, and those studies have been around forever. The tradition do this thousands of years ago, but even now, if you just Google for activated, charcoal can do, and there's a bunch of on the. Because I make one, but absorbing l. p. s. if you have it in your gut, seems like it's a good idea for you and l. p. s. is it directly correlated with her loss? It's indirect, right? I mean. Because of inflammation. Exactly. So they haven't been studied directly saying that they found in follicles, let's say, but there are study cited no show that it's found in the skin activates pathologist like acne, which is very similar to hair loss in terms of how it's caused stress or Mon inflammation, so pathogen. So this is just one way. But what I do wanna miss say though, is that because we're talking about stresser is that the gut microbiome is not just compromised by poor diet, but it's also compromised by a psychosocial stress. And I think that's a very important point because I was a great example of dot diagnosed with IBS all these irregular things. Now, looking back while I was a dream fatigue, and of course I was listening hair. But as a result of this adrenal dysfunction in constant chronic production of cortisol, I completely destroyed at my digestion as well, which proper of course contribute. To my hair loss..

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"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"But I mean, what's what's the role in in situations like that of is this might Okon drill hormonal, isn't neutral. Efficiency is at all three or those different use cases. I think it's all three, actually, I think you're talking about a little bit of a different thing. So vegans, I think they have the issue of college session, fatty acids, and protein are nice. See that a lot. We ask our customers so you know what their diet is like. So I think in a lot of vegans or unfortunately, a lot of people go vegetarian vegan at times, just don't have the proper education kind of wind up eating wrong things which are actually pro inflammatory as well. So for instance, if you're going Degan on, you're not gluten free suddenly eating a ton of pasta that's not helpful to the body that creates more information and compromises the gut actually more as a result of that. You know, there's a lot of research now that says that God is highly tied to hair is actually fascinating stuff. They're saying that they fed some mice for biotic resulted in decreased. Inflammatory markers and in improved luscious for. So in the same way, feeding proper diet to or even exchanging microbiome, like fecal matter transplant resulted in full hair grow some individuals who were had auto sure universality, which is a complete loss of pair. They had complete regrows. I think it could be also your gut bacteria. They're not getting the proper nutrition proper balance you're getting despite assist and or especially if you're complementing with foods that are not good, for instance, the process sugars, even if you're vegan, you're going to compromise the gut barrier. And as a result increase permeability of the garden crease inflammation that results in hair loss as well. So I think that's one thing and then the ketosis people who are not. I mean, I'm a fan of the Cato genyk diet, but it's. And I. I'm a big fan. I can't fully do it myself because my body type is not is not adjusted to that after cycle in and out, especially women. Very few women can go full Kita all the time with without substantial problems with hormones kids xactly. So I think that's where you're hitting on the nail on the head here is that you have to be mindful you have to, you know, again, being strict about something is great, but nothing works the same for everybody. So listening to your body, knowing what you're feeling a hair loss could be a great way of, unfortunately, I don't want it to be a way of looking at it, but it is. It is a symptom as a symptom of imbalanced, stress response to symptom of a balanced, immune response symptom of something happening in the body that's not supposed to be kind of. Interesting. Just going back to the gut bacteria where you, you talked about that ago's of the show. Several times navene Jane runs a company called viola. V. i. o. m. e. and with their test, I've been able to get like full data on everything is growing in my gut, and they also track the amount of human DNA or gut lining, shedding this happening as a result of the back of the bacteria and the other stuff going in your God, and I don't have data on this, but I would be surprised if there wasn't a correlation between the amount of gut lining shedding and hair quality. So it's a marker of inflammation. So I'm, I've been tweaking stuff. In fact, I'm about to read a big, a blog post on that about what I've been able to do to control that that shedding of the gut lining in order to reduce inflammation in the body by making a few a few tweaks and is actually resulted in. McGinn even leaner without any work at all. So I think that could be an inflammation sign or it could actually be more directly tied, but do you know what species evacuee are going to give me luscious for? Because I'm down for that. That's a trade secret for now. I don't think the scientists out yet, but we'll probably find it right? Yes, science, there's a couple of strains of bacteria. I, I'd have to look at my data to the honest with you. I can't remember all the top of my head, but what would I do know is that there is a direct correlation to hair grows and hair health in general. So there's multiple studies that show that..

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"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"I personally have never tried it on. I don't have experience that. I knew that some physicians use it in their practice, but I think that everything that is used topically only has at success rate of about fifty percent. And so it could work for something bullet might not work for others. Ultimately, if you're using it, you know it has only fifty percent chance of working. So I think with hair, of course, a lot of people try different things, but ultimately, anything topical usually has penetrated like ineffective about fifty percent, flip a coin. I gonna be one of the two people who gets hair growth from using pedestrian that might be worth it. You could try. I think you could try. But again, here you're, you're sort of covering up the symptom without really addressing the issue. I think the greatest thing that you can do is really address the issue from the inside out and not to say that you can't add onto it. There's lots of people that do you know, hair loss multifactoral in the same way you can use a multi modal approach can also use. Peer people. See, no supplements. You could do other things. I don't know. I don't have first hand experience. I know that a lot of our physicians do use it for some patients, but it's not as communist. I would have expected it to be at had such a wide such a great effect. It would have been used by many more people. I would also suggest people may get their progesterone levels, tested thirty highs, not going to be a good idea. I did buy some over the counter cream and I smeared it on my forehead for a couple of weeks. See what happen. And what happened was I smelled like a lavender really heavily. The difference, but maybe empty. Is it for a couple of months and maybe need a higher strength? I didn't get prescription, so I'm prejudgments very powerful anti-inflammatory. I did take it orally after I had a a substantial traumatic brain injury. Couple years. I've talked about that on a few other podcasts with JJ virgin, and Mark Gordon and all. So it can have a powerful way to just turn off at inflammation. But same thing turn off inflammation to keep your hair right now. That's okay. But you might want to turn it off permanently at the source instead of blocking it. I'm curious about topical protester on, and I was if your lab show that you're not high for just road anyone. Try smear it on your scalp. You're gonna have Chrissy hair if you do it, but who knows? Maybe it's worth it, but you should have the building blocks of healthy hair. You should be controlling your cortisol levels and things like that, which is the direction that that you've taken with the neutral supplement, which is kinda cool. You wanna really cut it from the beginning when quota solid produced, it's steals from progesterone, and that's really what happens when you're chronically producing KOTA Saul, the body will respond by stealing from progesterone because it come from from the same precursor and and that's the root of the issue. Most people who are who are heading Loker just who have estrogen dominance result of that. What about coloring your hair. Good for your hair bad for at least you're. Well, it's not good, but I do it. So I can't really talk against it. I think that the less you do to your hair, the better it is. So if you're going to color it, I'm a big fan of not of not being really black and white about anything. The color red hair. Just for burning a black and white means that you're going to be more stressed out about following certain roles and being sort of, you know, allowing yourself to do certain things is fine not to be crazy about it, but what I do, I call him I hair, but at the same time I don't do anything else to it. So I let it be curly forum. So a lot of people is blow dry. They're straight, and that's the thing that we do. We have salons everywhere you can get it done every day. Now this whole thing about social media in how you have to have a good hair day every day. So that's all actually what it's doing is it's a, it's compromising the the scalp itself. So the more products you put in the, the heat from the blow drying everything is really causing inflammation and free radicals in the south..

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"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Newer immune, Mont newer immunomodulators substances such as nerve growth factor in substance peed, which will actually in some cases for for women. I believe that that's the reason why they feel this decisions during hair loss during certain types of fair Lhasa field, actual tingling or pain in the inhere fall around the hair follicles. I believe that that's in relationship to these neurological mechanisms. But basically the the system said, the brain gets hyperactive at sense down signals these nerves, they released the these factors which also stimulate the mass cells too granular increase more information, but also they at the same time compromise what is called the follicle immune privilege. The follicles have Nick system because they're conduit between the environment and the internal body system. They have a unique way of protecting himself strong information by having the immune privileged. But as. Salt of the what's been shown us at substance p for instance, this, you know, you're modulator near immunomodulating uranium substance that's released from the nurse can actually compromise that that it can actually compromise that immune privileged, which allows the follicles to be exposed to more inflammation or to trigger inflammation in the body. And that has been linked to certain types of hair loss midsouth like elevator or scarring would be show, but also obviously a process that Kim manifesto, other types of loss. Very hopeful. Thank you. I've seen people use a topical progesterone, which is another hormone to influence a hair growth as well. And there's some that some men do when you're dealing with your data that you have from neutral. Do us do tests for that. Do you see people use progesterone at all? Is that correlated with hair loss hair growth or anything. This east very important for Hecker. So alternately does stimulate the energy base that said also has simplifications for how might a contrary tripper energy production. So it's important for hair grows. Our philosophy here, however, ace to rebalance from the inside out again, bringing. Every organ has the ability to heal itself given the right conditions and circumstances. And so having the ability to. To rebel. So going backwards, for instance, you know, putting gesture on is almost like saying cap, minoxidil on, I'll cover up what's happening at the moment, but at the same time, not dealing with the Denise problem and the underneath problem in this case is actually stress. Stress will compromise Eric production, stressful compromise for just production of stressful compromise the adrenal glands in digestion all things that are absolutely important for the hair follicle to thrive and grow relive let's face it. If you look in the mirror in your Harris thinning or your some of its falling in your hairbrushes full agai. Yeah, I, of course, meditate. I'll eat some better food, etc. Etc. But seriously, I don't wanna hair falling right now. Guys make neutral rights project. We have a supplement that helps with hairless that's based on science, but as yes, I ultimately, we all want everything to internally and that certainly I'm in support of that. But if it's going to keep my hair from falling, will I get my inner house of cards in order? Should I smear that stuff on my scalp or not? Does it doesn't make a difference if you're a man or woman..

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"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"N n from more spiritual more Yogi perspective. And I do have a background in that as well. Women are lucky in the way that they can actually renew themselves every cycle. So there's a downward flow. So there's there's an aspect of clearing some of that stress. They energy the detoxification, all of its sort of renewing yourself every cycle, which is why they say mentioned, go into an sweat to a sweat lodge every month, right? So there's there's that components as well. So that compromising that in, you know, like a lot of women saying, oh, I haven't had my period. Six years will great, but you're also storing all this energy in your that you're not excreting. You're not not letting go off. So in my mind, there's a sort of double this. This, both of those things that affect your of women taking a a. OCP will will compromise both of those the spiritual physiologic, spiritual, emotional, psychological, as well as physiological balance. That makes makes a lot of sense. And there's an increased cancer risk from taking birth control pills and things like that. And I, I tell all of my women friends who were on the pill, you're, you're going to pay for that down the road and using affected birth controls really important. But the birth control comes with a large, a larger cost down the road that isn't well isn't well known, but his will understand at this point when you look at the data. So like to something that's -ffective, but not something that is going to increase all kinds of risk later in life. So that's, that's. I'm happy to talk about that. Tell me about what happens inside the hair. Follicle win hair starts get then. See what happens. One stressed and actually these are clinical observations have been sort of anecdotal, but now there's new evidence that came out that talks about a direct brain follicle connection and the pathway civil only been recently lucid. So it's really cool, maybe not cool for us for the hair loss. But we do know is that Heff articles actually have their own functional mechanisms for producing hormones for producing cortisol. So we know that in the whole body are we have the hypothalamus at Tel Sadri not that the Twitter gland to secrete a c. t. h. tells the which tells the journal glance seat, decrease cortisol. So we know that that's the hba accent the hypothetical access. Eight is actually exactly replicated in the follicle itself, and that's something that is research only recently showed so that when the follicle is stimulated from the outside by Protozoa bike Otago trope in. Releasing hormones, it actually has its own ability to produce quarter solid south on can also use this mechanism to adapt to stress, which of course, stacks of cortisol on top of cortisol in what happens is that it actually dysregulates the surrounding in immune responses. It produces more inflammation at the stimulates messed cells to granny late in to release inflammatory molecules that will cause apoptosis cell death and also early induction of ketogenic, which is the regression face in Hibbitt hair gross. The other brain follicle connection is that our nerves, so we have a really wide awesome meshwork of nurse that surrounds the follicles in the skin. That's why we feel thanks. You know, that's why the follicle stand up or the hair stands up on her hands are. That's why, for instance, mar or psoriasis get worse when when you're stressed out because of that direct connection to the nurse. So the nerves will release..

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05:12 min | 1 year ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Talk to me about the female menstrual cycle and hair thickening hair loss in hormones. How does that work for women? There is. It's a funny question actually, so there's definitely a. Some whatever fluctuation during the mess, recycle to how the hair feels not as much about how it set shed or not, but what I do. So it's not a huge difference during the cycle except for the hormones will slightly change the amount of secretion. So tend to get like oil your hair on point during cycle versus another. Just kind of the same way as acne response dementia cycle, for instance. But I think the greater connection is again this dysregulation of hormones. A lot of women are experiencing PMS distracted menstrual cycle. As you know, we talk a lot about estrogen dominance for instance, and PCS there on arise. So. The reason why they MTA impact hair follicles impact hair loss. Because when for instance, when a woman is. Women, mount of adjustment to estrogen is distracted like happens in dominance. You have less progesterone because cortisol steals that just makes cortisol. Now you have more estrogen. Estrogen is known to actually block the transition or too much known to block transition of the follicle from the resting face to the new growth face. So we know that that happens. So as you have that imbalance, of course, you having a problem with how follicle cycle and grow in the same way for our, there's an increased amount of inflammation. So when you have against stress and dysregulation menstrual cycles, as result of its impact of cortisol on other hormones, estrogen, progesterone, you will have more profile Matori state and follicles extremely sensitive to inflammation. So there's more inflammatory cytokines that get trigger progression of reactive oxygen species. In more inflammation, of course, to get more hair loss as well. So stress during certain parts of the cycle where you're more prone to inflammation could trigger enough inflammation to affect the hair. It's not so much that there is a huge shift in the metro cycle during the that, of course, a very slight change. Our bodies are really finely tuned. So in a way that dementia cycle doesn't affect hair growth as much, but a dysregulates menstrual cycle is connected to hair less the other bigger problems at hand. So disrupted menstrual cycle will point to the fact that you might have an excess of insulin in Andhra. Jen's on both of those things will insulin raising location in that will affect care follicles and Andhra. Jen's will target the hair follicles by shifting them to what we call miniaturization, making them smaller and smaller. So that's what happens when a dysregulates menstrual cycle occurs such as what happens in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome, for instance. And in the same way. It'll happen if you have a if you don't have PCS. If you just have disrupted menstrual cycle, out of women are in estrogen dominance. They have PMS, they have other symptoms. And so that can also cause a big shift in the hair growth cycle and confrontation. The hair fault hair grows. What about birth control pills? Good for hair bad for your hair. Had not a big fan. Okay. Keep going out in here more. You're going to say something I was just gonna say, that's, that's awesome. And my very first book was around for Tilleke was called the better baby book, thirteen hundred references and we looked a lot with birth control pills to. So tell me we didn't look at hair though. So tell me what, why you're not a big fan. Same reasons. I think it contributes to Astrakhan dominance and Astra jn dominance will impact hair loss. And so again into regulates normal co monal balances that occur. I have a philosophy in it also from a point of view of in physiological aspect of this, of course, your have your adding more estrogen to a ready, hyper suggeting state because when recurrently stress, there is a hyper suggesting state in also with the addition of Zeno estrogen other estrogens from the environment. You're already compounding issue. Also the extra gesture in Iran, dusting will decrease production of your own adjuster on as result protest. The naturally stimulates growth face Anna Jin face. That's why women who are pregnant have this luscious awesome hair because it actually prolongs their energy face grows face. So as a result, you're basically compromising your own for model production in your own normal Ramona balance. With these with the peace..

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03:50 min | 1 year ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"So the idea is getting out of the bodies hard, keeping it from getting in when you eat something that has mercury, but also good stuff is the strategy even chloro-. These are all things that I've been using for while and it seems to work. So it's one of those. One of those situations where I recently went halibut fishing and if you catch a fifty or one hundred pound halibut, the thing is fifty or one hundred years old and I always throw those back. And the reason you do that is they make a lot more halibut babies, which is a good thing for the oceans. And because they've been around that long, they accumulate a whole lot of mercury. So they're not really good for you to eat and what you want to catch a young one that has had a lot less spy accumulation because back to that smaller fish, and if you do that and your binding some toxins, I think there's room for fish in the diet and a requirement for fish oil. But like you said, the collagen and you guys are including a small amount of collagen in the neutral cellphone because you're finding it's helpful for for growth? Yes, absolutely. And I think the key here is also include the good stuff, but also include the DeKalb sire. So we also have Cal we also have is, is from Cal selenium and things like that. That. Helped toxic by the liver of mercury mercury will affect my conjures. You know, end hair follicles require an exuberant amount of energy. So when you have city, it will alternately not only you know, effect the hair follicle directly because a compromise Stanage production, but also will affect it indirectly by compromising detoxification of other toxins. And so even going to Bernie man to disconnect what can people with high stress. And we have jobs commutes kids, which even though they're wonderful, are enormous stressors because they interrupt you every five seconds when you try to do something. What can all of us do to help Santa of cortisol? They're a couple of things you're right about. Lifestyle modifications. I'm not saying that Bernie minister lifestyle modification. But there's things that you can do definitely. So finding hobbies in a life is busy, but finding even five minutes to meditate even. Or or to do yoga, just to sit mindfully. What I try to do is for instance, I pray on my food when I ain't I'm kinda sounds crazy, but it's not gonna pray. It's more like a mindfulness movement. It's a moment when I just disconnect from everything else and stay tuned to the presence of the of the meal. I find the meal as a good habit forming situation for me. So I time might sort of moment of silence moment of indication to that to that. To that process. So self-care is extremely important. We have to find time it's important. We have apps now that we can use. So that's really helpful. So lifestyle modifications, of course, good diet is important in eating healthy foods that are not inflammatory, protecting our gods, excluding foods that are pro inflammatory that stress are got notoriety contribute to their overall stress load for the body as well as taking adopted him. So I think adoptions are extremely important. This is something that western medicine has not caught onto because it doesn't really recognize that the stress mallet stress responses responsible for me over ninety percent of conic disease. So we haven't yet as a medical society caught up to the fact that there are these wonderful botanical gifts that we have for mother earth that we can use. And especially now when we have allergy available to us extract Fido actives make them more available in bioactive. So things like so, extract sexual gone is gone the for instance..

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04:20 min | 1 year ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Ten years of my life? It's still there. So it's very hard to get rid of mercury. And we sometimes find lead also luminance from daughter and to sprint us in actually within our within our office. Suffragettes did a little test myself, and every single person came back, aluminum elevated was a person that was using the order that was a public service announcement right now have aluminum or alum as they like to call it in the fancy brands like the stuff with crystalline things in it in his person, you're doing it wrong. That stuff is linked to all sorts of problems including Alzheimer's. And it's a meadow Conrail dysregulates which is why would be linked Alzheimer's, although it's not the only cause of Alzheimer's, and so you just don't put that in. Armpits because armpits where you put hormone cream. So they absorbed into your system really well Cobb. So use good old fashioned deodorant that doesn't have a lot of synthetic crap in it things with essential oils and natural ingredients. And if you still smell really bad or you're sweating a lot, you have other health issues to get on top of since I went bulletproof, I can go four days without taking shower and I don't grow body odor. And if I eat the wrong stuff, I get body odors. So when you get your system toxicity low and you stop eating things that piss off your got, you actually don't smell bad. That said, I still use the odorant, but it's a very different thing when you're soaking through your shirt and things like that. So something's not quite right, and you want to start looking at hacking your biology so that your your body's comfortable and you don't smell bad because healthy animals don't smell bad unless they really don't shower. Today's regular catching scheduled program? I just wanna say eight days at Birdman eight. Nice. So obviously didn't have you didn't have an RV with shower. I was liberty man this year. But it's, I use it just for those people listening crystal door. I don't know how you feel about that as long as it's not aluminum crystal, you're getting absolutely not. No, no, but it is it's I think it works really well. You don't limit the prescription, but delimit the small. I've sent a variety of healthy deodorants or pit pace out in the biohacking bucks. I send a box at every quarter for people who are just into this up into. I find really cool products. And again, for less it said my website bio hacked be I o HAC key dot com to spend a hundred bucks a quarter and then send you a couple hundred bucks worth a cool biohacking toys and just things I come across. So there's a variety of neat stuff out there that you can find. Just look at the ingredients, alum or aluminum, it's not for putting on your skin or in your mouth. Okay. So you're finding aluminum is an issue but mercury, the biggest issue. And the problem is if we don't eat fish, we don't get the mega three fatty acids in if you're short on EPA and DHA. What does that do your hair? Well, first of all, these are into families that help Flemish in the body. So obviously, as long as you're getting, he don't have a good balance of your magazi- or go into per inflammatory state, which will alternately compound the hair loss issue. So you do want to get those makers, but you wanna try to eat fish that is small. So I think the key is to minimize consumption of large fish. Antunez large sharp is large. Most people don't eat sharp, but you find Starke in supplements. Even here supplements to into be careful to minimize consumption of large fish. At the same time, you could consume fish, but use sardines or other small fish. I'm a big fan of sardines actually or take a supplement with mayor's race. I like to do is only south. It was a mega threes and built professor really interesting when that I think is out if not, I don't know, maybe I just dropped to talk to hint there, but what I do, I eat a lot of sushi when I travel because it's hard to find clean food at restaurants, but you can take things that stick democrat when you eat the larger fish so that it doesn't get absorbed into the body. Things like activated, charcoal bent night zeolite and other key leaders can make a big difference..

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Bulletproof Radio

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Getting plumps hair. The first question Jassem well, did you have a sudden you know, to have a stressful event within the last six months and they'll tell you, yes, like likely they'll tell you something happened. That's acute stress. That's what we call Tila Jinnah Flynn. Now, more and more today, we see chronic tillage in the flu VM and other types of hair loss where the legiti western medicine still scratching their head lot out. But in reality it, everything points to the fact that that is due to chronic stress so where it's not an acute stressor that is suddenly pushing these follicles men hair loss. It's actually this chronic state of arousal in disfiguration of dream of function and other hormones that's playing role. That makes sense. So it could be a short period of time afterwards. If it's an accused dresser, and if as a chronic stressor just tends to happen through all the different hair cycles. Exactly. And with chronic diligent AFL van which is on a rise today, the process just continues people continue to shed and also the same thing with, you know, male and female pattern here loss for, sir, implicated pathways in that house. Stress effects. That's chronic stressful, definitely affect that type of hair loss. It's more insidious. You don't see the shutting right away. Don't actually notice. It ended about fifty percent of the follicles are affected. Can you 'cause follicles that affected just by by thinning or shedding? Can you make them wake back up? Can you recover them, restore them, turn them into super hair follicles. Hope to. We have absolutely. The key is to restore the body to restore the body and by restoring the body, restore the follicles every organ has an ability to heal itself, given the proper conditions and when and this is what you talk about all the time to buy or hacking. And so having the ability to counter to support the adrenal glands to decrease cortisol levels to decrease inflammation where the rebalanced level, sorry to decrease inflammation counter oxidative stress in the hormone imbalances, you will typically rebounds the environment of the article and the systems of the body support them. And as a result support the follicle in recovery. Lab tests that people should get to know if cortisol is high. So there's many leftists that you can do. So it's not the cortisol us high. So sometimes suicide in sometimes cortisol is low. When somebody has been producing cortisol over a long period of time, eventually jails get fatigued, and then there's less production of cortisol, so then a whole other slew of issues that happens. So the key is to actually. See where that system is disrupted, and you can just salivary cortisol tasks. The also in our on here at neutral. What we do is we've implemented something called the hair Monroe analysis Tasso we help our customers figure out what are the freshers in that are in their stem. Actually looking at the hair south, the hair analysis looks at a variety of different minerals, heavy metals in the patterns and so can actually tell you what organ systems may be stressed if you had to guess what percentage of hair thinning hair loss is caused by toxic heavy metals. And I know this is a guess you probably can't preference a single paper. Anything like. Clinical experience. I mean, do you think it's five percent or fifty percent? Is it big or is it small because you guys are getting data on here? Minerals, which middle's? It's actually really good question. So at we're still accumulating the data in. I think that's the uniqueness of having this sort of mind, inquisitive mind as we're still trying to address figure out all of these things for our customers and her cells to back to the western medical community. What I do know is that the major things that we found our. Dysregulation of cortisol stress veggie knows Siro. Absorption. So the got is impacted by the stress and heavy metals. And I would say, I think at least sixty to seventy percent refined, have heavy metal toxicity. Heavy metals, your finding people with hair falling out. I thought we find a lot of mercury a lot. A lot of mercury. You know, it's very hard to keep it out of the body. I mean, I tested myself and I haven't really. I'm not that great, but I do limit my option of tonight. Mm. Raw fish, but going back to medical school where in college where I pretty much lived on tuna fish date tire. Like what is it?.

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Bulletproof Radio

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"There's over exaggerated, burden on them and wear and tear even if you're not physically feeling or not thinking that you're stressed your body still physiologically, trying to adapt to these many different changing environmental factors commotion factors. And that's what we call the twenty first century conundrum. Most people are there in a journal fatigue or on their way juryman fatigue in today's society. I think that's really where all these diseases coming from. He of an elevated, your arise in thyroid disorders are, is another immune disorders. Is in hair loss as specially women. All right. Tell me about what stress did your hair still for me. I'm Netflix disposed, like I said, there are multiple factors that are implicated in loss medics, of course, player role in genetics, play a role in everything, but there's a strong component of genetic. So for me, the stress was the EPA genetic component that brought my hair loss into into progression into manifestation initially. I stress myself by having an eating disorder in the ninety s like a lot of teenagers. Did. So that triggered the progression of this and lost a lot of hair which ultimately didn't come back fully until much later in life. And then I noticed that over the course of my life, it was a college and medical school and then residents in another residency. Those were the times that I would shed the most than those are the times that I would lose the most amounts of hair. So of course, even though I'm genetically predisposed to lose inherent that genetic manifestation came out during those times and my stress just come from exams. My stress game from the fact that I was really bad in in college medical school, I lived in survived on on Coca Cola and candy and coffee and tuna fish, which of course has a lot of mercury. So in addition to the psychosocial stress of studying for exams in and an in residence, save Nazli. Ping in all those things that compound. I also had a lot of toxins in my body and very distracted and compromise gut. So as a result, of course, manifested in a lot of hair loss. And recently there was a study that came out in two thousand seventeen. Actually they tested female medical students specifically to see what happens during exam time in after exam before exam, time at during Santa after exam time as a to see what stress hat would affect us has their hair follicles. And of course they found that there is a shift in a pro inflammatory markers as a result of stress. So they saw that there was heightened teach one response. So more inflammatory cytokines such as interferon, gamma, Antena, alpha after stress. How soon do you start seeing her shedding sagana? There's a difference between acute stress and chronic stress. So there is such a. Thing called kill Jinnah flew him that said, diagnosis that western medicine does recognize as stress related in that could be physical stressor or a psychosocial stressor. And what happens is that normally a hair follicle cycles through a growth phase which is recalled antigen regression face cata, Jen, and resting faced diligent. And that goes into exhibition, which is fair fallout, unlike animals that have a synchronized cycle. So for instance, animals can shed all of their for the same time. Seasonally them grown infer our cycle is not synchronized an so lucky for us because we're not shutting all of our hair involved in than regretting it. He so all these hair follicles are in different stages of very finely tuned biological clock each follicle. Imagine this has a very own. Logical clock that tells it when to go into each face of the cycle. When we suffer from an acute stress such as a, you know, an illness surgery, a death of a loved one, a break up or may be a big move or something like that. Loss sudden weight loss. The majority of the follicles or a big portion of the follicles can suddenly shifted into the resting face Teela, Jim, that's very logical because when we are stressed, the body will focus all of its energy on essential organs and disregard. The follicles follicles are not essential for survival. So it's a, it's a kind of survival mechanism that's not where the energy goes. And so as a result of these follicles shift into the resting face from which point there's no way back. And so about three to four months, that's how long the rest in face rep last the follicles will fall out. If you ask somebody, somebody comes in suddenly show..

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Bulletproof Radio

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"During paramount. Apaz and women have problems with Herr loss hair thinning and things like that. And plus I'm playing to one hundred eighty and I'd like to not be balled during that time. So I'm hoping I pick up a few tips myself and Dr Cogan or Sophie also has a personal story here because she had hair loss student eating disorder and just the stress of medical training. And it turns out stress in hair loss integral, they linked. She's the chief medical officer of neutral company that focuses on science van hair loss in what you can do with plant compounds. Naturally occurring things to take control of that. So few welcome to the show. Thank you day. I'm super excited to be here to talk about a topic that I, you know that it's very dear near and dear to my heart and to share a lot of the signs that we've been a lot of the news in the science. We've been running here Interphone. Boil it down to a single question. Why do people lose hair. One answer was seven thousand hours. We'll give you the top level. What's going on with with people is here for multitude of reasons. The thing is that there's no one cause and not one of the things that's different about how of an integrative perspective versus at a western medical perspective. We're always looking for this one cause of something and that they'd Stu targeted drugs at target only single pathways. So for instance, for hair loss today, the only have two of the approved medications, and that's finesse dried. Used for men minoxidil commonly known as Rogaine use topically for both men and women, but finesse riding targets androgen synthesis. So for those set with no it energy male hormones, and the one it's implicated in hair loss. Most is the dihydrotestosterone which similar potent form of disaster on. So over the course of the last. You know, forty fifty years. We thought that each to use only implicated pathway in hair loss. But now we should show that that's not the case that basically there is inflammation there, stressors environmental assaults end more and more as we as research evolves, and there's a huge surgeon research today because it's such a such. A great area of interest is that they're innumerable amounts of pathway. So the number of signaling molecules are pathways that are responsible for both hair grows. Inhere laws are so many that it would be impossible to think that there's one targeted intervention one 'cause in itself. So any dysregulation to those fast ways will cause hair loss. And I'm from multiple factors. Finasa ride is something that is a very potent thing that can mess with men's hormones, not just around hair loss. There's actually support groups online for a smaller group of men who take it and just permanently have almost neutering of their sex hormones with some big problems from that. And that's something that I'm not planning to add to my regiment. Even if I decide to go down pharmaceutical route, I'd take my hair stay in as I age beyond what you're supposed to age. Because of that risk does minoxidil for men or women represent the same kind of risk. So no, if it represents other types of risks. So for instance, minoxidil is was initially discovered to grow hair just like anything else. It was an accident and it's used as a anti hypertensive medication. And so it can actually embar jer percentages logic dosages can even cause heart petitions, hypertension, depending. But mostly a lot of people experience retations and scalp inflammation as result of it also because it is the only while not the only to quote unquote only western medical drug that is allowed for women. Women don't like putting things into their hair. It is very challenging, actually. So for those who use minoxidil do know that there is some residue that the left and also they'd kinda messes with your hairstyle. So is different types of implications inside effects from enough. Oxidant than finesse stride will you could keep your hair, but it'll be greasy and limp. Exactly. Yeah, that's not something that I think any of us want, or I think 'cause retations and that's something that actually makes a lot of people stops compliances, a huge issue with Monaco. So those solutions are also targeting pathways and it from my understanding of follicles, which is probably not at your level. There's definitely might Okon drill component. There's a hormonal component which is a big part of it. There's progesterone, there's cortisol, there's all these different things, and I listened this angle..

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"dr sophia" Discussed on In The Gate

In The Gate

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on In The Gate

"Dog is far more expensive and how can we be charging that much yet if you look at the human side of things, those same services cost far more a knee surgery in dog may cost three thousand dollars, whereas that same surgeon, human medicine may cost thirty or forty thousand, but a lot of people are insulated from that cost because they have their insurance cover the majority of it. So maybe they only pay a thousand of their niece or re and therefore their dogs need surgery, quote, unquote costs more. And we feel a lot of that pressure from the clients. In a lot of clients don't understand the narrow margins that most veterinary practices operate under in. Then we have additionally clients that, gosh, we know that they want to and they legitimately can't afford to treat their pet. And if we give away all of our services, the business is going to go bankrupt. And so then our hearts. Oh, out to these clients that want to and we know that they can't and they could if they would, but we can only give them so much and in the end, the pet suffers and that's where human medicine differs where in the human field, even sometimes legally, they will just do it and figure out the cost later. We can't do that in our side. Why is this become such an issue now? Or is it simply coming out of, you know, the closet. Now in terms of vet suicide, I think it's definitely coming out of the closet. You know, I've been practising for twenty one years and I felt these pressures the entire time. Now I'm, I feel very blessed that brew antidepressant medication through therapy and counseling and through for me a good prayer life and my faith, I have been able to get it in the control. But you know, I've been suicidal, I've had. Times when I have legitimately contemplated. And if it wasn't for my wife and children, I would have carried it out. So it's it's something that's been around. I remember fifteen plus years ago thinking, why did I get into this? And it's something I wanted to do since I was nine years old, it was my entire driving force of childhood in high school and college. So I think that it's just being talked about more a few years ago. There was a very prominent behavioral specialist Dr Sophia and who was a well known in the veterinary community had authored several books on animal behavior really understood behavior. She committed suicide. It really, really hit the community hard because she was noon all across the country and probably internationally. So she was very high profile and that started bringing up. Discussions that were kind of already happening, but then it started bringing up cases of maybe that individual vet that was only known in her community that didn't make national headlines in it allowed people to have kind of, you know, hey me too. You know, I've been struggling with this also, so it really opened up the discussions and brought a light to things that were Ardy existing, but you didn't really understand what this whole lifestyle was. Like when you first entered the profession, I have to imagine. You know, it's kinda strange. I did. I started working in a veteran clinic when I was fourteen. I'm forty eight now. So I really, I worked in this profession almost my entire life and even working for thirteen years part of that school I, it seemed great and Beth, I worked for it. I didn't notice that among them imparted me. Then they were some of the ones who didn't feel those pressures. Part of it may have been. They hit it well or part of me. Then we just didn't talk about the emotional aspect of things. You know, I saw pets euthanize I saw pets die. It was actually one of the things that motivated me to push through college and to work for it in that school and get to where I was. But it was never really talked about from the perspective of this is the emotional drain that you as the doctor will feel when I'm. Dr the buck stops with me all my staff, they think he kind of pushing things to me. But ultimately, every single day I step through the doors of my clinic, I am responsible for life and death decisions. How I practice, what does I know site make?.

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Pet Life Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"dr sophia" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Cap what doc, in feebis cat company that's a new she changed the name I love how by the way I met her at super supervisor this year she. Was on the show we'll replay that such. A good show but so great To see how would love. To hang out with her a, little bit more more but she's actually. A veterinarian and she's well well well versed on cats anyway. So she crazies product and she starts getting these incredible emails and videos back saying I, have very. Happy cap now. My cat. Has lost weight my cat is. Active and they're. Just more more of. A cat satis satisfy cap and she said it's the most amazing thing to. Receive those emails in those. Videos because she's she's she understands cats, so incredibly well She's trying to work on something she can put, wet, food in it, but you know She'll get there she will get there because ideally you cast have wet food because. You want them to have moisture in the diet really important that, moisture and the diet. And unless you've got a cat that goes and drinks on command, then you need to you need to put the moisture back into their diet. For them but She's a fantastic veterinarian isn't she JIMBO dock Phoebe, again Doc doc. And. Phoebe cat company dot. And Phoebe Phoebe dot. Com okay, worse at the end thank you for that but yeah so so this is this is what we're, talking about about letting your cap cat understanding can't behaviors and you can. Get so much. Information if the so much out there it's very exciting a couple, of the, veterinarians that you can follow. Is doctor Dr Marty Becker, and also Dr Sophia yin she she did pass away but still. Continues and all of findings of research is on that, if you don't turn. A little? Bit more. About cats That was a long one. Let's take a quick break, we'll be back when we come back we'll talk a little bit. About fear free certificates and a pit bull ban and Yeah that's that's. Always a big topic isn't. It we'll be right back listen to, Vegas rock dog radio with me Samuel host the Queen of rock and roll dogs Culture I love cleaning the litterbox said no one ever luckily.

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