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Mental Illness Happy Hour
"excessive sweating" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
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The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"excessive sweating" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"So now, in our Mary elf studio, we have Amy, Amy Biggs. She's one of our newest providers to the team, not a new provider, just new to us. And she's wonderful. And so I wanted to have you talk about Mira dry and what it is and here's how you can see our special on the screen, but tell us about Mira dry as a treatment. So mirror dry is a wonderful treatment in that it's for almost anybody. Almost anybody can do mirror dry. Anybody that sweats anybody that has odor under the arms can do mirror dry. So it's a wonderful treatment that is used to treat excessive sweating. It also treats odor and can reduce some of the hair underneath the arms. It uses a microwave technology to treat the layer of the tissue where all of those things lie, the gland, the sweat glands, the hair follicles, and the glands that produce odor. So it reduces the sweating significantly about 70 to 80%.
Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"excessive sweating" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"We're going to talk about how gluten sensitivity really plays a role when it comes to issues like anxiety, depression, and different mental health disorders. And so you guys are going to get so much out of this podcast. And if you have not left us a 5 star review, now is the time to do it. When you leave us a review, it helps us reach more people and impact more lives with this message. So just take a moment, leave us a 5 star review on Apple iTunes or Spotify or wherever you listen to the podcast and that would really help us out so much. Thank you for doing that. Thank you for being a part of our community and let's go into the show. So doctor Yvonne Bissau day, welcome. Hi, doctor jockers. I am so excited to be here with you today and this topic is very close to my heart. So I'm ready to share to the world what gluten does to your brain and how it affects your emotions and you know the reality is when somebody has this issue, it affects their life. So it's good to find out what things you can do to remediate this and just start feeling better. Yeah, this is really key and we know that anxiety has really gone up in our society. I mean, just in the last 20 years, it's really skyrocketed. All of us have experienced some level of anxiety, everybody, you know, it's walking the planets, had anxiety at times, but there are people that are crippled, buying anxiety, and it literally runs and drives their life, and they don't realize that this could be coming from their gut. It could be coming from the foods that they're eating. You mentioned gluten. We're going to talk more about that. But what is the difference between the typical anxiety that any individual may experience when they're nervous about something, maybe a presentation or meeting somebody new or whatever it is versus people that are literally crippled by anxiety. Exactly and that is a big difference that people need to know so that when they know that difference, they can search for help and the right help that they need to get over that. And like I said, I don't know if I mentioned this to you but I myself have suffered from clinical anxiety and later on was diagnosed with celiac disease and so I wish I had known that the relationship of gluten sensitivity even celiac and anxiety because I could have done something but on a positive note, I am thankful that I suffer from that because that prepare me to study about it and that look into natural medicine and what is even more exciting for me is that now I'm able to relate to my clients and help them. So that is wonderful. And you mentioned between the difference between, you know, every day anxiety and anxiety that is crippling and that would be a clinical anxiety. So how about if we start by defining what is anxiety? I think that's a good start. So from a psychological point of view, anxiety is a human emotion that has the purpose. Anxiety does have a purpose and it has a purpose to protect us and motivate us to take action, to move us into action. So as soon as we correct that, that is putting us in danger or perceiving danger, our anxiety should dissipate. So from a physiological point of view, anxiety is a type of stress response and it's a function of the autonomic nervous system and the autonomic nervous system has two branches, the sympathetic nervous system, which is works as an accelerator. So to speak, and the parasympathetic system, we can think of it as the breaks. So when you experience anxiety or have anxious thoughts, the sympathetic nervous system that is the accelerator is stimulated resulting in increased heart rate, increased breathing, increased blood pressure, and then blood flow instead of going to all our organs is going into our limbs so that we can run and like, for example, when you are anxious, you digest is an interrupted, and if you think about it, that makes sense. You know, you want to escape from danger. You don't want to be digesting your food. So once the danger is gone or perceived to be gone, your parasympathetic nervous system is also known as rest and digest has a calming effect by bringing your heart rate down and regulating your breathing and so forth. So in short, anxiety is a type of stress response that results in a psychological response when the sympathetic nervous system is stimulated resulting in a physiological change or changes. Now, this is like super, super important to understand that concept. Because it is important that we know that anxiety is by direct is by directional. That is emotions or thoughts. May cost us stress response, resulting in a physiological change or changes and physiological changes of the stress response may cause anxiety. So it goes both ways and that is so key to understand. So yeah, so there are many causes of anxiety and like you said, doctor jockers, you know, when people are having a presentation or a test, I don't know, they're going on a date. You know, it's normal anxiety. It's a day to today anxiety that is expected. For anxiety to occur in an individual. And it's helpful because it motivates you to action. And that is really the purpose of anxiety. But for some individuals, like you mentioned, doctor jockers, the sense of anxiety doesn't go away. When the danger is gone or the perceived danger is gone and their times and this is key, there are times when there isn't any danger at all. And so these individuals are not able to pinpoint, oh, why am I anxious? I don't understand. And so that anxiety is anxiety that we're talking about today. They may have a sense of impending danger, panic, you know, things like that. Even if they know that nothing is going to happen or they are in a safe place, they may also experience heart palpitations, excessive sweating, gastrointestinal symptoms, trouble sleeping and relaxing. Yeah. So it's like the accelerator is stuck. And this anxiety interferes with normal daily living. It affects relationships. It affects everything. And this is what we call clinical anxiety. There are different types of anxieties from phobias to obsessive compulsive disorders and many others, but conventional now let me jump into conventional treatment for clinical symptoms of anxiety will typically there are addressed by medication and counseling. However, there are some individuals that are not responsive to therapy or counseling, meaning that despite taking medications or therapy, their anxiety does not resolve. So it comes down to anxiety of when it comes down to anxiety or any health conditions, natural medicine, and functional medicine recognizes that the best approach is to find the root cause, typically there are many root causes that create the perfect storm. And sometimes what I call the driving factor that is implicated in a particular condition. So today, I would like to talk about gluten as a driving factor in anxiety and some vulnerable individuals. And I think this is important
"excessive sweating" Discussed on KOMO
"Say the symptoms of heat exhaustion are excessive sweating, a slightly elevated body temperature and pale, cool, moist skin. They say if it's heat stroke, you will not sweat your temperatures will be at 103° or higher and you will have hot dry red skin if you have those heat stroke symptoms, doctors say, call 9-1-1. Some 2500 Boeing machinists have voted to walk off the job next week, but not here in the evergreen state, Jeff pojo explains. The workers staff three production facilities in and around St. Louis. They built fighter jets and other military aircraft and are demanding better benefits. Their pension was phased out a few years back and they now sort of recognize this as their one shot at getting significantly better retirement situation. Business reporter Aaron Greg with The Washington Post says Boeing has already offered a 10% match on all 401k plans. Negotiations continue, but the current contract expires on August 1st. Jeff pojo in northwest news radio. Boeing is also forecasting a huge demand over the next 20 years for new aviation workers. Pilot and technician outlook Boeing predicts more than 2 million new pilots and technicians will be needed as the industry tries to recover from the pandemic slowdowns. Here's aviation analyst Scott Hamilton with Liam news and analysis. The airlines have not been able to replace or recall all of those who are needed. So we're seeing a pilot shortage. We're seeing the ground personal shortage and it only got exacerbated by the pandemic. The long-term forecast has more than 600,000 pilots, 610,000 maintenance technicians and nearly 900,000 cabin crew members will be needed around the world because the commercial fleet is expected to nearly double within the next 20 years. Greg Herschel, northwest news radio. Straight ahead. Not an easy reunion. I'm Brian Calvert taking you to the place where a family in grief got a chance to speak with their deceased loved ones, legacy. But first, at 7 34, it's time to head over once again to the dubin law group traffic center and check your drive with Natalie Melendez. It's looking really tough on your drive from four or 5 to two on eastbound 5 22, it's now looking like a 43 minute mute. Both vessels of this Seattle bainbridge island fairy have delays of 20 to 30 minutes, and east four ten and Bonnie Lake that vehicle fire has been cleared
"excessive sweating" Discussed on WTOP
"Very small kids meaning under 5 committee member doctor Haley Gans I'm very glad for this option for people in the scientific community who care for children and as well as families A big reason I think we really do need to not underplay the importance of this as a pediatric disease and therefore prevention is really the way to go I'm CBS News Washington Stocks rallied after the fed's big rate hike three quarters of a percentage point to fight inflation Fed chair Jerome Powell adding We anticipate that ongoing rate increases will be appropriate The pace of those changes will continue to depend on the incoming data and the evolving outlook for the economy Powell also says big hikes like the one announced today would not be common The Dow closed up 304 points NASDAQ rose 271 in the S&P 500 jumped 55 points The Biden administration says big oil has a patriotic duty to try to bring gas prices down CBS is Steven portnoy has more White House says the oil companies have been recording record profits as Americans have felt pain We are calling on them to do the right thing To be patriots Press secretary karine Jean Pierre says the oil companies could ramp up their refining capacity The industry lobby calls the administration's agenda misguided saying it should reinstate canceled leases on federal lands and waters As much of the nation suffers through stifling heat and high humidity doctors are warning people to be careful when outside ER doctor Michael Dodd with baptist health in Lexington Kentucky and what to watch out for Excessive sweating If you start running fevers if you start feeling really really tired that might be your red flags to look out for A high profile defendant in the January 6th capitol attack has been convicted of obstruction of an official proceeding CVS Scott McFarland has details A judge is convicted Kevin C freed of Laurel Delaware on all charges in his January 6th case sie freed is the man who paraded that confederate flag around the capitol January 6th among other things the judge cited the allegation that C free dentally carried the flag but jabbed it had capitol police officer Eugene Goodman President Biden today hosted a reception featuring LGBTQ+ activists members of Congress and top administration officials to celebrate Pride Month Pride is back at The White House Mister Biden also signed an executive order extending LGBTQ+ protections This is CBS News Leaving a child in a hot vehicle can lead to their death very quickly If you see a child left unattended call 9-1-1 if the child looks unresponsive do what it takes to get him or her out safely brought to you by nhtsa.
Green Wisdom Health Podcast
"excessive sweating" Discussed on Green Wisdom Health Podcast
"To diseased vessels. There's many, many studies that said that NATO can be an effective replacement for warfarin or coumadin, but do not do that without the knowledge and consent and the monitoring of whoever prescribed warfarin or coumadin. Don't do it on your own. That would be foolish. One of the side effects of taking Meadows about a 10% lowering of your blood pressure, both diastolic and systolic, which 10% on these big deal, you know, I want to keep it low, always tease. If your blood pressure is high enough that a mosquito bite you and it blows that as rear end, natto and some other things might be very appropriate. And they're actually finding that some of the blood pressure medications are opening doors to some of these illness. Yeah, but if you've got a nice inhibitor, you have the doors open for certain viruses to attack you. Right. And yes, it's gone from research. So you might want to get with us to try to help with blood pressure lowering things that are natural things that will keep you from forming fibrinogen, so easily. And I don't know if it's time, but vitamin D closes those doors also. And I get people all the time. I just analyze two or three labs. They're taking the snot out of vitamin D well, why is it 30? And it should be 75 to a hundred. Except quality. Yeah, yeah. And I hear people all the time. Folks, we need to get real with ourselves. We need to invest in our own health. We need to invest in our mental health and find something to be happy about and that doesn't, that's not a long trip for me. But don't tell me you're doing a program, but you had no order in 6 months because if you're taking anything, I know it's the low quality stuff. And the lab does not lie. The lab says, oh, the quality stinks or you've got gut leakiness. And poor absorption. Is admirable they listen to you about what they need, but if they go just buy stuff over the counter and it don't work, you really still just wasted money. I mean, Casey talked about that. Couple of weeks ago about the difference. Well, I said once the most expensive bottom and in the world is the cheap one they didn't work and I had several pieces. I don't have a clue of what you're saying. It's like, well, never mind. I can't explain it down to your level of understanding. But it comes down to trust and that's going to tell people. It's not about your knowledge. It's about your trust. It's about your spirit of discernment because that is more accurate than knowledge. And there are some other signs that you might have a vitamin D deficiency such as your muscles ache. They actually have contributed that some of the nerves that are vitamin D receptors affect the perception of pain. So you can actually have de baking muscles and you put some good vitamin D in there, you'll feel better. They say they're bones, heart. I've heard that a lot. That's because of vitamin D deficiency can cause your bones to soften. And it may be a precursor to osteoporosis. And you need the K, which we explained that in a pretty cute little way, I think. But let me go on down another rabbit trail. You know, direct micro antimicrobial actions of mushrooms. We're talking about immune system, all right? Mushrooms in their extracts can modulate your immune cells. They have activities that can act directly on harmful microorganisms such as Staphylococcus aureus. And HIV, there's a lot of good research and I'm reading from notes that came from research. Influenza virus, right? And it's polysaccharide. They've researched the heck out of this from the turkey tail mushroom. It normalized liver function, which is very important. We've talked about, but it talked about these people in their boosted immune system. After observing this for one year, folks, I've seen so many people and they said, well, I'll try a bottle of this or a bottle of that. It's like, no, no, no, no, no. In drug trials, they can go a long, long, long time. In 6 months or a year, so throw it in and give your body a physiologically time to change. One of the most important things and I take it a lot is immune essentials. It's got cordyceps and cordyceps. Oh my God, wonderful for respiratory system. And for some strange reason, people are getting respiratory issues. Green tea extracts you know about that super antioxidant. Blazey mushrooms, turkey tail, Rishi and mitaki and shiitake. Sound like a Japanese. Anyway, the immune essentials. Actually, I'm afraid not to take it. It really, really works well. So more is better. We're in trying times and just the stress in and of itself, the mental stress can lower your physiological or your physical ability to deal with the things that are going on. So you have to bless it spiritually. You have to bless it mentally. You have to bless your body physically. You have to bless your body by decreasing toxins. And you have to bless your body by increasing the detoxification. Well, that's awesome. I found a couple other interesting things about vitamin D that I just thought, you know, usually here, it's a lack of vitamin D can cause you to have a sweaty head. Did you know that just excessive sweating, especially on your head? Can be a vitamin D deficiency. I'm trying to give you some clues here. If you've not done lab to figure out where your levels are, poor sleep has got to do with can do with vitamin D deficiency. Hair loss. Wounds that heal slowly. Dizziness and heart problems, so I don't know why you wouldn't take vitamin D it does a whole bunch. And get it tested because there are, there's plenty of research that says, you really, really, really can modulate and boost your immune system. Once it hits around 75 to 80, and somewhere around 75 to a hundred is very, very appropriate. It doesn't get toxic until around one 40, one 50. And we got people that are doing that. They're like overdoing the vitamin D because they're hearing, you know, they'll hear this show and they'll go add some more in. You know, you guys need to consider lab work if you've not done it. It's very low cost. We can do it across the United States, the things doctor Lewis is talking about. He can see if you need natto kina. So you can see if you need immune essentials. You know, there's so much on that lab that's so inexpensive. There's no reason not to get it. The way it takes the guesswork out of what your taking instead of just going, well, gosh, I'll just add more of this in because you really can't overdo a good product. So consider doing that, doctor Lewis, what do you have to end our show with us today to inspire people to stay well to be happy and not be fatigued or stressed out? The easiest way to make yourself happy is go out and bless somebody else first and foremost and it's way past time for me to buy somebody's lunch or buy their coffee or whatever and to bless them I would love to do that and not sometimes I get busted at it. I would say go out and be bold be brave and be courageous actually that's out of the Bible that's Joshua, I think. And the other thing that we're missing, I think, in society or maybe this is just a reflection of me. I think we need to be still. There's a scripture says be still and know that I'm gone. That's why I like to deer hunt. It's like put your phone down, Stephen, and watch for the bobcat, watch for the deer and shot one 18, 20 years. But that's a different story. Pigs all shoot. But be steel. We need to get quiet and get away.
Locked On Women’s Basketball
"excessive sweating" Discussed on Locked On Women’s Basketball
"Ready for a excellent all right so there you have it no quinn. Jewell loyd especially not worried about it those should we be concerned about seattle. Not yet not yet. They are playoff bound. We know that for sure. I ran through that yesterday but even as of yesterday that has been updated. So i'm going to give you the standings again before we head into the block so i mentioned connecticut sun at the top of the table. Twenty one in six. Las vegas aces. Nineteen and seven some unfortunate news though for the las vegas aces liz cambay jr who was fully vaccinated also tested positive for cova nineteen and is in cova protocol seattle storm. You just heard from them. They're at eighteen and ten the minnesota lynx have also clinched a berth to the twenty twenty one playoffs. They sit in fourth place at sixteen and nine the phoenix mercury at sixteen and ten chicago at fourteen and thirteen the dallas swings. Eleven and fifteen the new york liberty eleven and seventeen and then nine through twelve there on the outside looking in as of right now that is the washington mystics at ten and sixteen the los angeles sparks at ten seventeen and the indiana fever in atlanta. Dream both nodded at six and nineteen coming up next on lockdown women's basketball. I'm going to give you my w twenty-five my official list and then you can scream and holler on social media about it alright. So there's a few things in life just that aren't really that fun to talk about. One of them of course is excessive. Sweating sweating through your shirt for absolutely no reason and you happen to be recording on youtube and everyone can see that. You're wearing a gray shirt with pit stains. Yeah not so great not not that. I know personal experience. But when i speak in public i can't help but sometimes get a little bit sweaty. I get excited about what. I'm talking about Or maybe i'm just a little bit nervous about who i'm talking in front of but you know let's be honest. In that moment it feels kind of like a big deal. Yeah everyone sweats but like does. Everyone need to see me sweat. I'll tell you what sweat block has these anti per wipes that i have been trying out. I know i've talked to you about my little dog. Does and running around after that you see how called the my dog goes there. Actually my mom's puppies anyway. Running around with dog goes or just being on youtube now that we are integrating onto youtube. I wanna stay fresh and clean clean so the sweat black antiperspirant wipes have been great for that if you need something stronger and more effective than most clinical anti per sprints. i would also recommend the sweat block deodorant. I've been checking that out for a while too. I know it sounds a little too good to be true. But i understand you can put on sweat block the night before you wake up..
"excessive sweating" Discussed on Dear Writer
"Mentally you know your character will be thinking about worst case scenario like Going like the west our heroes and they mind constantly in immediately jumping to those thoughts rather than thinking we'll positively and engaging in self blame and irrational worries with some of gore's ones when the rainfall characters through dillon with self blame but the acute and long-term sort of examples of how anxiety might manifest as well so excessive sweating heart palpitations hyperventilating panic. Tech's ragged appearance pretty ragged already. But so you can see already like how health. Yeah that would be. And that's just a few examples. Sounds incredibly helpful. Because i'm like you. I've got an annoying set of like five or six. The it us along and then you don't know how to get around that so you just try like right around it like reuse like one slightly different word but it'll be the same thing again in you know when you go to the it-it's you realize how much i do this aloft. It is points out how much you do it. Yes he commented. I feel like as co-authors though is well is that we sometimes pick up each of these flows as much as we pick up each other's strengths and improve. We also pick up each of us flow. sometimes it is Just mentioned how we use weird commented way too much. And i feel like ashley or may would have initially started using it as a bit of heaven in the office commented that sounds like a nice word ninety argues that more in before you know it you have like an entire with. He commented she counted. But it's also the same with emotions. We feel like off discuss this before. How sometimes one thing will really stick and you get kind of grabbed towards this one action. So this book kind of helps prevent it also in addition to giving like these alternatives..
The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"excessive sweating" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"Typically, with our patients that have that excessive sweating, we like to do at least two treatments. We can treat up to three times for Mira dry..
The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"excessive sweating" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"Like, isn't sweating a natural process? So tell us about why this is safe in the underarms. It's one of the most common questions we get. Of course, people want to know. Is this am I doing this and it's eventually going to harm me? Am I not able to eliminate toxins that I have that I need to be sweating out? Am I not going to be able to sweat at all? Our bodies have between two and 4 million sweat glands, only 2% of them are in the underarm area. So it was really a small percentage of the actual sweat glands that we have in the body. Another consideration is that this production of sweat. It's not the main function, the reason that we sweat is to regulate our body temperature. So when somebody's exercising or hot, we sweat, and that keeps us safe. People that have hyperhidrosis or that's what too much, it's more like your body's signaling to sweat when it shouldn't be. And so it's producing fluid and sweat, but it doesn't need to be. It's not doing anything for us. It's not clearing these toxins or regulating your temperature. It's just like a leaky faucet. It's just kind of running water. And so when we turn those sweat glands off, it's not harmful. It's not taking away something that we need to do as humans. And so what's the actual medical term for the condition that mirrored treats? Yes, so the medical term is called axillary hyperhidrosis, which basically means underarm hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating in the underarm. Okay. And you mentioned earlier, it's not clear to be used anywhere else. Because there's a lot of people who have sweaty hands or sweaty feet or maybe in the groin or their back, exactly. So a lot of these same types of sweat glands exist primarily on the palms, the soles of the feet, the face. And we have options we can talk about for those areas..
The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"excessive sweating" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"Are you hot? Then you're in the right place. We're going to talk about a procedure that everyone could benefit from. Men, women, and really at any age. And the words most people use to describe the results from this procedure are life-changing. My guest today is our PA from the medical spa, Julia jowett. Welcome Julia. Hi. Hello. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me. So can you start out by describing a few of the people who you've treated with Mira dry? And what was their motivation for seeking it? And maybe we should back up. Maybe we should really say, what is Mira dry? Mira dry is a treatment that we do to help excessive sweating. Yes. In armpits. Specifically in the armpits. And so people that seek this treatment out. They are generally people that come in that have excessive sweating in their underarm area. It is FDA cleared to treat only the underarm, but we have really good results for patients that have typically a condition called hyperhidrosis. And, you know, for those patients they have excessive sweat production. It's like a leaky faucet, the fluid that comes out of their underarms is overly produced and they're just constantly sweating through their clothing. You know, if they go on a job interview, if they are trying to go on a first date, any of these scenarios that we think of in life where this affects them. And it can cause severe anxiety about how they might be leaking through their clothing or how that might look. It can cause depression. You know, it can really actually affect a lot of things in life. And our typical patient is somebody who is young, but it can be treated at any age. This condition is usually presenting in puberty. So it's something even people in high school are calling us the bout because it's affecting them that early..
"excessive sweating" Discussed on Real Monsters
"Refine it. But the nazis were actually sitting on about twelve thousand tons of seren. And how much is a lethal dose for a human a lethal dose if it is refined enough a single drop and they had twelve thousand tonnes. Yeah what did they do with it. They overkill no after the war. What happened to it. Oh good question. I'm not totally sure on that. I mean you don't get down the toilet so this is true but The other main way we mentioned that it's a nerve agent right. What's aaron does to the body the way it kills primarily through convulsions. Oh jeez immediate signs and symptoms of seren exposure. This is from the cdc's website on terrorism. People may not know they were exposed because it has node or if they're exposed to a low or moderate dose by breathing contaminated air eating contaminated food or drinking contaminated water or touching contaminated surfaces. They may experience all or some of these runny nose. Watery eyes pinpoint pupils. I pain blurred vision drooling excessive sweating cough tightness rapid breathing. Diarrhea nausea vomiting and or abdominal pain increased. Your nation confusion drowsiness weakness headache slower fast heart rate lower. High blood pressure even a small drop on. The skin can cause sledding and much muscle twitching. Jesus yeah the the the problem with that is. That's how that's very long. List of symptoms that would that are pretty nonspecific. Yeah exactly and that was part of the problem with the main attack that we're going to be looking at now Fast forward to march twentieth. Nineteen ninety-five seren gases released on the tokyo subway. This is actually. I use of syrian as a weapon of mass destruction twelve ended up dying and one ended up dying later from the injuries but ninety five yes about seven forty. Six to eight forty six. Am that morning is very looking. He commuter hours. Yes yes when people are all going to work. He had five different. Men took on syrian wrapped up in a plastic and newspaper and if they took umbrellas which with sharpened tips in the plan was did discreetly drop them on the subway. Yeah in puncture. I'm with the umbrella and walk out before. It can't evaporate so on the train on the platform on a few of them. Did it on the train and a few did it. On the platform goal was to spread it out to get maximum damage Let's see tokyo at the time was the world's largest metropolis..
The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"excessive sweating" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"This is the orion effect and this is the 'nigma machine The first hour we talked about blood pressure. We talked about seizures We talked of a little bit about hyper and hypo like yes. Yes and this hour. We're gonna talk about heart attacks and strokes and other symptoms. 'cause there's other things that are out there that play if that So one of the things is we wanna work really hard at its heart attacks. That seems to be the leading thing these days right now Hey i'm guilty and we wanna do is look at the pre and the post effects a someone who is had or is about to have a heart attack and how you can come across to people and you have no knowledge and you. Everything's fine and symptoms because we found out symptoms are not what you think they are folks. They're not just the the smaller group of what they say. Leading you to a heart attack you know so One of the things is leading to a heart attack. A course your arteries if it's a heart attack and not a cardiac arrest two different things. I all explain that heart attack. In cardiac arrest are two different issues with the heart. Cardiac arrest is what happens on the outside of the heart. Impact compressions stuff to the heart. The heart attack itself is internal of the heart the chambers the valves so A lotta times. Your trauma is where that issue comes in the external trauma to internal trump. What you eat your feelings. Play a huge part in your health. Huge huge part So perfect example. Let's look et symptoms of a heart attack. You know they used to be just what you're all y'all pain in the left arm numbness in your arm numbness Pain in your chest. The whole like an elephant stepping on u And sometimes it's the brass shortness of breath can not ingestion feels like having her gestion. He turns red. Well that's a given your face your neck and your ears right The other thing be looking for is if you're feeling Kind of like Dizzy dizziness facts Anger issues. that's another thing so these are not all symptoms. They're just sweating excessive sweating i..
John and Ken on Demand
"excessive sweating" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand
"La that's another nonprofit. I guess i think it is. it's not profit. It sounds like that's all they do. Is they delivered chilled water bottles to their own house neighbor. What is mayor lozano making How how much government funding does water drop. La get how much of our tax money is being runs to get. I mean you can go to transparent californians see government workers make but the nonprofits you'd tax return stuff. This is hysterical water drop. La recently challenged angelenos on twitter. Who to take twenty minutes out of their day to hand out chilled water bottles to their un housed neighbors. Lozano said this is something easy that anyone can do. Usually remote. It was originally. They were just homeless people vagrants. Yeah then they taint on house but now they're our neighbors. You see what they've done. They made it sound like this is entirely normal and acceptable and you should just embrace them the way you would embrace anyone living on your block. It doesn't matter if they're defecating all of the place if they're vomiting if they're screaming if they're threatening coming at you with a machete no they're your une housed neighbor doesn't matter if they just came off a bus from texas two days ago and they're looking for a method there you're an has neighbor. Under extreme conditions. Excessive sweating can cause serious health problems supplement supplemental electrolytes from a sports drink or other sources can help prevent heatstroke. Says cat kim. Here's another one the s. e. la salon neighborhood homeless coalition But what's That's a board director cat kim. Yeah what's what's her salary. Oh this water drop. La tweet hashtag so cal folks. Use your lunch. Break to swing by the store and pick up. Some chilled water. Bottles takes twenty minutes to drive and walk around your area and check on folks and offer water. Repeat tomorrow we can do this together. Can you say enabling and if one of them stabs you in the neck. At least you'll know you die doing a good deed cooling towels hats umbrellas or other things that you can think about giving an in house person. I gotta go. I'm going go to that encampment. Your yoga pants with his gift boxes. Or as welcome kits. I'm gonna go ahead out cooling towels and umbrellas. I two people. I walked by three guys. I had to go somewhere. This is only a mile from my house right. I had to go to a store and there wasn't any parking. And i parked right across the street from the encampment and i walked by three guys. And it's the first time as healthier in my neighborhood since i came to los angeles. I never felt the're yes in my own area where living was a large collection of them. they were well they had wandered away from the encampment and they just hang out and one guy was especially jittery and nervous. He was your on house neighbor yet. Well he was he was he was like had beanie is in his head was darting around when talking with an housed person encourage them to seek shade or renovated. Wizard stop right there. What's the first five words there. Six one talking with an in house person. How often does that happen. I can't stand the word doused. Every time i see it makes me crazy. Oh my god look at that. That's an unhealthy person over.
"excessive sweating" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"excessive sweating" Discussed on 600 WREC
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Botox injections may reduce depression, study finds
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