36 Burst results for "Heart Attack"

Fresh update on "heart attack" discussed on Bloomberg Law

Bloomberg Law

00:36 sec | 55.5724025 sec ago

Fresh update on "heart attack" discussed on Bloomberg Law

"Density by 2030. Renault and Airbus say they will look into the entire life cycle of future batteries with an eye toward recycling. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. One 45 over 92. One 80 over one 11. A 182 over a hundred. And I had a heart attack and a cardiac arrest. And then a stroke. Your blood pressure numbers could change your life. A lot of people don't understand, including myself, I didn't, now I do. The impact of having

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Steve Kuclo: Make Sure You're Staying Hydrated

The Dan Bongino Show

01:09 min | Last week

Steve Kuclo: Make Sure You're Staying Hydrated

"Life act tips by our friend TC over a teenage in here He says listen if you're over 40 it's really important in the morning when you get out of bed to have a big glass of water He says dehydration plays an important role in blood clots strokes and heart attacks where most vulnerable in the morning when the blood is thick and sludgy like a mcflurry Easy life hack there right Steven you've got especially you spending a lot of your day working out and planning working out hydration absolutely key Absolutely key One of the things I think a lot of people overlook and I think a lot of people don't drink enough water just on a regular basis And in the summer you're going to drink more water than you do in the winter but you perspire just from breathing you're losing water just from basic daily activity you're constantly flushing fluid So it's very important to stay hydrated I shoot for like a gallon of water a day And that's gallon of water in the water And there's times when I'm getting ready for shows right before I'm drinking up to two gallons of water a day pretty much just living in the bathroom but the idea is it's keeping I had a colonoscopy recently I was living in the bathroom too

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Mike Zhao of the Asian American Coalition for Education Joins Dinesh

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:38 min | Last week

Mike Zhao of the Asian American Coalition for Education Joins Dinesh

"Guys, I'm really delighted to welcome to the podcast Mike chow he is the president of Asian American coalition for education, and this is the group that's really exposed the Ivy League's racial discrimination against Asian Americans on the national stage. Mike grew up in communist China. He survived the cultural revolution, and he was a legal immigrant to the United States. He came in 1992, the website is Asian American for education dot org, Asian American for education dot org. And the book critical race theory and work culture, critical race theory and work culture. Mike, welcome to the podcast, I'm delighted to have you, you know, we're familiar with this woke ideology in the United States. And of course, a Supreme Court is taking up this issue of affirmative action. I'm actually happy to see, but I think what you bring to this debate is a not only an intellectual knowledge, but a personal experience of China, of the Chinese cultural revolution, and of an attempt to install a kind of socialist ideology throughout a whole society. Talk a little bit about your background and your experience of the Chinese cultural revolution. And then we can look to see if there are some similarities or traces of it that we can find in a different form here in the United States. Thank you for having me. I grew up in communist China, doing cultural revolution. My father suffered a political persecution. He lost freedom of the 6 years and he was a torture and he extended the whole family because my grandparents simply they were used to as I used to be land laws. There were deprived of the right to continue living in the city were forced to relocate to poor mankind villages, where there was no head walker, no factories, no nearby crane. My grandma suffered a heart attack months later and died years later because this kind of political persecution and extreme poverty and my mom also passed away. So I do it extreme poverty, political persecution in China. In 1992, I escaped to America and as I work all the way become directed global planning at the sameness energy, achieve the mind country.

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 Man who inspired Spielberg's 'The Terminal' dies at Paris airport

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Man who inspired Spielberg's 'The Terminal' dies at Paris airport

"An Iranian man who lived for 18 years in Paris's Charles De Gaulle airport has died in the airport that he long called home Died after a heart attack in the airport's terminal two F the Iranian man saga idly inspired the Steven Spielberg film the terminal starring Tom Hanks Naseri lived in the airport's terminal one from 1988 until 2006 first in legal limbo because he liked residency papers and later by apparent choice For years necessary slept on a red plastic bench making friends with airport workers and showering and staff facilities Many said the years of living in the windowless space took a toll on his mental states in

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Cocaine Bust on Denzel Washington's "Equalizer 3"

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:44 min | Last month

Cocaine Bust on Denzel Washington's "Equalizer 3"

"So for me to hear today, drugs on this set of ecologic three, cocaine. I'm like, come on. You know, what would you think? I mean, this is 20 years ago. But still, at first, the story was told that one guy who worked on the catering team who was never on set, by the way, the publicists wanted everybody to know. The catering, they would never on set. Yeah, okay. This one caterer died of a heart attack one night coming out of a club or a restaurant. And they kind of came with the police came and the ambulance came. They took his body away, the whole thing, and when they go to the hospital, they're taking the guy's jacket off his pants off and a few packages of cocaine fall on the floor. Now the cops are like, wow, wow, okay, wait a minute. Now we've got to go investigate, you know, now that you have claws to go to this catering company and see what the hell's going on with it. And they do just that. And they find a 120 grams at the catering place. Now I'm not sure where in the vicinity the catering place was to the set of ecological three. I'm sure it wasn't that far away. But you know, okay, they weren't on set. But if you know anything about movies, they still have to be working and preparing meals for that movie, 8 hours a day or more. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, so what was to stop them from taking the blow with them and selling it on the side on the set? I mean, yeah, they could have been selling them out of there, catering company. Sure they could have absolutely. And that's probably more likely. But what's to say they wouldn't take 6, 7 grams to the set, actors have crazy hours. You know, staying up all kinds of hours,

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58 Seconds of Joe Biden's B.S.

The Dan Bongino Show

01:27 min | Last month

58 Seconds of Joe Biden's B.S.

"Here it is 58 seconds of Joe Biden BS Joseph Biden has explaining to do The new question stem from tape remarks of Biden during an April campaign appearance in New Hampshire I went to law school on a full academic scholarship The only one in my class that have a full academic scholarship going back to law school and in fact ended up in the top half of my class I was the outstanding student in the political science department at the end of my year I graduated with 3° from undergraduate school in a 165 credits only at a 123 credits Biden now conceives he did not graduate in the top half of his law school class that he does not have 3° from college and that he was not named outstanding political science student in college He was weak says Biden actually went to school on a half scholarship ended up near the bottom of his class and went only 1° not three Joe Biden ranked 76th in a class of 85 at the university of Syracuse law school I mean this guy comes off this whole thing as a flyweight Now Biden says newsweek is right His memory had failed him His memory well that part may actually be accurate Even in the good old days or as he should say an olden times Folks I'm dead serious man The guy of really serious is a heart attack here The guy is a sociopathic liar He can not stop He is the mark of a sociopath in this specific space

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'National Treasure' Leslie Jordan Dies

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

03:37 min | Last month

'National Treasure' Leslie Jordan Dies

"Later up in a hospital and they found out what was wrong with her because one day she left a supermarket driving like she always did and she crashed into a pole and they took it to the hospital. She blacked out in the car and they found out that she was sick with cancer. And they discovered, you know, breast cancer, then it spread to her brain, which is kind of common and cancerous a sneaky motherfucker we all know that. It's everywhere in my family. I'm sure it's everywhere in your family, too. My parents, my sister, my aunts, my brother in law, but for some reason, I don't think that's going to be what takes me. I don't know. I always foresaw some kind of stroke or heart attack as the thing that takes me. I'm just putting this out there, you know, in the public arena. can go, oh no, AJ said, you're going to die of a stroke or a heart attack. That's why I took myself to the hospital last week. But now with the COVID vaccinations and the boosters, who the hell knows? What's going to take any of us? Who knows? I mean, all we read about is people dying young and playing football even home and he died a cheerleader was spinning dead. I mean, it's constant. It's constant. Somebody wrote on deadline about Leslie Jordan the world is a much darker place today without the love and light of Leslie Jordan. Not only was he a mega talent and a joy to work with, but he provided an emotional sanctuary to the nation and one of the most difficult times. Apparently, and I didn't look at these things until yesterday. He was doing things on Instagram. He was doing these Instagram lives that helped people during the pandemic. I don't know. I didn't really watch it. I'll talk more about it tomorrow, I guess, but yeah, people are all torn apart because Leslie Jordan is dead. Again, I don't want to make I'm not trying to make it less than it is. It's a horrible thing that a man died. But this part of me that thinks, oh Christ, forgive me for saying this. This part of me that thinks if he was straight, the outpouring of emotion wouldn't be the same. Because all I'm reading are people who are obviously in tune with, you know, loving the fact that a gay man died and he was so emotional and so this and that, but I think if Leslie Jordan merged straight man who was a character actor like he was, I don't think the outpouring of a Mueller would be nearly the same. But because he was clear, we all got act like it was the worst fucking thing in the world yesterday. I just can't get there. I can't get there. I'm sorry. I can't get there. Anyhow, that's it. I know this show went in many different directions that happens sometimes, but what can I tell you? What can I tell you? You don't pay for the shell, so I'm gonna apologize to you. I'm only kidding. I love you. I'm

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AJ Reviews the Clinton 'Suicide' Death List

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:03 min | Last month

AJ Reviews the Clinton 'Suicide' Death List

"I've detailed the Clinton death slash suicide list of people who've been around. Ville and Hillary Clinton. And why don't we just review this? It's been a while, but there was James mcdougall who was Clinton's convicted whitewater partner who died of an apparent heart attack. While in solitary confinement and he was just only a key witness in Ken Starr's investigation, I mean, that could happen. I mean, that could happen. Then there was Mary Mahoney. Who was a former White House? A White House intern. Who's murdered in July of 1970 7 at a Starbucks coffee shop in Georgetown. And the murder happened just after she was to go public with her story of sexual harassment at The White House. Many of you know about Vince foster, the former White House counselor and colleague of Hillary Clinton at Little Rock's rose law firm, he died of a gunshot wound to the head, the back of his head, which is a weird way to kill yourself, but either way they call it a suicide. There was Ron Brown, secretary of commerce, and the former DNC chairman, they say he died by intact and a plane crash, and a pathologist close to the investigation reported that there was a hole in the top of his skull, resembling a gunshot wound. At the time of his death Brown was being investigated, and he spoke publicly of his willingness to cut a deal with prosecutors. Don't do that.

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Dutch Sheets Shares Prophetic Messages and Insights

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:29 min | Last month

Dutch Sheets Shares Prophetic Messages and Insights

"You shared on the stage during our hour or so together about a vision you had had, I can't remember the details you wrapped in a flag. You were crying. I mean, it really was amazing. And I thought, at the very least, I want to get you to share that with my audience, you have a book out called releasing the prophetic destiny of a nation which ties into this, but that book is some years old now. But talk about that because especially since 2020, you've been putting out these daily give him 15, these commentaries that you do. But can you talk about your journey on praying for America and why you believe God plans for us to have a great future that our best days are according to him, according to his will ahead yeah, to be glad to, Eric, God's started really gripping my heart for America in the 80s and intensified through the 90s when I wrote my first book on prayer in the mid 90s. By then, I was very captivated, very concerned about America because I just could see where things were going. By 2000, God finished the process of what he was doing in me. And it happened on a Wednesday night. I was pastoring. I walked to the podium to speak and something came over me. I didn't know what it was. I became dizzy. Disoriented, like I thought I was going to pass out. And then I thought, is this a heart attack or a stroke? I'd never had anything like it before. So I've stopped. I didn't want to alarm the congregation or my wife. And I just, so I just said, let's just wait for a minute here. Let's just kind of bow heads and pray or whatever. Because I didn't know what to do. And as I bowed my head and began to pray quietly to myself, this intensified and I began to weep, I was sobbing. I had no idea what was happening. I even I found myself thinking, what's happening to me? Why am I crying?

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Why Florida's Surgeon General Has the Pharma State Panicking

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:39 min | Last month

Why Florida's Surgeon General Has the Pharma State Panicking

"Florida has a pretty amazing Surgeon General. Doctor Joseph. And he sent out an amazing press release, warning that men ages 18 to 39 should not take the COVID vaccine. Surgeon General Florida doctor Joseph lado said the warning is based on an analysis of data from inside Florida, showing a sharply higher risk of cardiac death in young men and young men in the 28 days following the shots. This is not Alex Jones, who, by the way, has been right about a lot of things and no one wants to admit it. This is not some sort of TV doctor. No, no, no, this is the Surgeon General of Florida that is telling young men ages 18 to 39 not to take the COVID vaccine. Men under 40 had an 84% increased risk of death following vaccination with an mRNA shot. The analysis that you guys can check out Alex berenson has been terrific. He publicized this. You guys can check it out at Florida health COVID-19 dot gov. The analysis found that people who received non mRNA vaccinations generally meaning Johnson & Johnson DNA a vaccine had a lower risk of cardiac death after the shot. Only the mRNA jabs were associated with more cardiac deaths. So yes, there's a difference between the mRNA and the DNA. That's doctor Joseph. I'm sorry if I'm mispronouncing it. And so he being the Surgeon General of Florida saying, wait a second. If you go and get the vaccine as a 25 year old in Florida, you have an 84% increased risk of death. Now, many of you might say, oh, what's the big difference? What difference does this make? What makes a big difference? You have kids, you have grandkids. Do you have loved ones ages 18 to 29? 18 to 39 that might have taken the vaccine. We are expelling people from our military. Still to this day. For not taking this shot, that now the Surgeon General of Florida is telling us very well might result in increased heart attacks or heart issues. And it's not just that nature dot com has a story that everyone should be aware of. Increased emergency cardiovascular events among under 40 population in Israel during vaccine rollout and during third COVID-19 wave. Their story after story after story of this, you'll

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Dissident: 'Iranian women are furious' over headscarf death

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Dissident: 'Iranian women are furious' over headscarf death

"Protests continued overnight across cities in Iran amid an explosion of outrage after the death of this month of 22 year old masha amini while in custody of the authorities The young woman was detained on September 13th for allegedly wearing her hijab to loosely in violation of strictures demanding women in public where the Islamic head scarves She died three days later in police custody authorities said she had a heart attack but hadn't been harmed Her family has disputed that leading to the public outcry protests have taken place in more than a dozen cities according to a tally by The Associated Press based on statements from state run and semi official media At least 11 people have been killed while a state Tibet anchor said the numbers even higher I'm zaria shaklee

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Dick Cheney Was One of the Most Hated People on the Planet

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:16 min | 3 months ago

Dick Cheney Was One of the Most Hated People on the Planet

"Happened yesterday was remarkable. The Cheney family has been running the Republican Party for the last couple decades. Dick Cheney, of course, was the vice president for George W. Bush for 8 years. He was one of the most hated people on the planet. If you think they hate Donald Trump, I'm going to read some of these headlines. Of how they used to treat Dick Cheney in 2003 and 2004. They hated Dick Cheney. This is when the media actually wasn't totally neoliberal, believe it or not. The media actually hated stupid foreign wars back then. They just hated Republicans largely because of social policy. How about this one right here? Dick Cheney and a wheelchair fed, blofeld, strangelove, or Potter. Tuesday's image of Dick Cheney a wheelchair seems endlessly evocative, especially in terms of pop cultural touchstones. My first thought echoed, I later learned by my mother, was he was stroking a white cap and his cat in his lap that would have completed his transformation into a Bond villain. Or how about this one? Ed Schultz said, we need to rip out Dick Cheney's heart. This was how the media used to treat Dick Cheney. Play cut 69. You damn right, dick Cheney's heart is a political football. We ought to rip it out and kick it around and stuff it back in him. I'm glad he didn't tip over. He is the new poster child for healthcare in this country. Do you realize that if you had 5 horn attacks? Hell, you wouldn't get past too heart attacks and they dump you. But because you're a war criminal and because you are on the tape from Halliburton and you had these executive meetings in 2001 back in the days of the rolling blackouts and executive privilege on how we're going to develop energy policy in this country. You do stuff like that. Hell, you can get the best healthcare on the face of the earth. We need to rip his heart out. This has one example of how the media used to treat Dick Cheney Dick Cheney was the most vilified man. In fact, go watch the movie vice. The movie vice is an entire hit piece on Dick Cheney on his machiavellian instincts and

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Nicholas Evans, ‘The Horse Whisperer’ Author, Dies at 72

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Nicholas Evans, ‘The Horse Whisperer’ Author, Dies at 72

"Nicholas Evans who wrote the bestselling novel the horse whisperer has died after a heart attack last week according to his representatives Evans was 72 I'm argies are a letter with the latest Nicholas Evans was a British journalist screenwriter and TV documentary producer before he wrote his first novel the horse whisperer It came out in 1995 and sold more than 15 million copies Robert Redford and Scarlett Johansson starred in the 1998 movie Evans's other books include the loop the smoke jumper the divide and the brave

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Sebastian Welcomes Dr. Ashley Lucas to the Show

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:30 min | 4 months ago

Sebastian Welcomes Dr. Ashley Lucas to the Show

"I've lost 34 36 pounds an hour already, my wife has lost over 25. And it's all thanks to doctor Ashley Lucas and I've invited her one on one. Doctor Lucas, welcome to America first. Thank you. Thanks, doctor gorka for having me. All right, so this isn't an extended promo. This is about you. This is about your life story. And just trying to talk some sense into this whole concept of being the right weight and how so many systems are stupid starvation systems or calorie counting and all that goth. So I found your story originally when we chatted fascinating. So tell us how you got into the industry and originally your struggle with the whole question of healthy weight and the right weight. Yeah, so I spent my first 25 years training at the classical ballet dancer. And I was chronically met with injury. I had stress fractures in my back and my feet. I was always under eating and over exercising to achieve this aesthetic that is demanded by ballet. Right, so you've got to be as light as a butterfly, but then able to dance around for hours on stage. This is the dichotomy. That's right. It's so tough. And I had a pretty successful career because I just constantly bought through it and danced through one injury after another. And the cumulation of my career, I found myself performing up in New York's every dancer's dream. But instead of finding myself up there in the spotlight, I found myself in the ER. I thought I was having a heart attack. I didn't know what was going on, but after a whole bunch of different tests, the physician said that I was simply underfed and over exercised and I just couldn't do it anymore. So then what happens? What was your big life decision? Tell us about the journey from there to where you are today. Well, I was devastated. Like any professional athlete, it was my identity. Didn't have any idea what I wanted to do, but I knew the significant impact nutrition or really lack thereof had on my own sport performance. So I went on and I studied exactly that. I earned my PhD in sports nutrition and chronic disease. And studied what happens to our metabolism when we chronically under eat when we die at all the time.

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80-Year-Old Norco Store Owner Shoots off Armed Robber

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:48 min | 4 months ago

80-Year-Old Norco Store Owner Shoots off Armed Robber

"There is a story up on dot com from Norco, California. This is your feel good story of the day. So a bad guy armed with an AR-15 tried to rob an 80 year old man in the store that he owned the Norco market. What the bad guy didn't realize at the time is that the owner was watching a security camp video and he saw the car pull up, there were four people in this car and he saw one of the bad guys getting out and putting on a ski mask and the owner of the store knew what was about to happen, so when the band guy came in and said, put your hands in the air, the owner of the store took out his shotgun and literally blew the bad guys arm off and the whole thing was captured on surveillance video. You gotta listen to this. I wanna hear it again. I love that. Now, now, so by the way, the riverside county sheriff's department, they say that the clerk or the owner of the store did the right thing, he was a legally. He was a legal gun owner. He was allowed by law to own that gun and he defended himself. He did nothing wrong. I will say this, that the owner suffered a heart attack after all of this, but he's okay, he's going to make a full recovery. The bad guys and critical condition at the local hospital and they've arrested others. What I

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Zuby Isn't Afraid to Say Obesity Is Not Healthy

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 5 months ago

Zuby Isn't Afraid to Say Obesity Is Not Healthy

"So health is important to you. And you've written a children's book called the candy calamity. So, but let's talk about health for a second. When you I mean, the idea that you want to write a book for kids on health. How is it that we talk about health in this country? There's this new thing now where if somebody's really heavy, you're not even supposed to say, oh, that's not good. Your body shaming me. What are you talking about? If I see somebody who's like really pale or really this or that you just said, you don't look healthy. And you could say it in a mean way or you could say it in a loving way, but somehow there's this thing out there now where they're putting pictures of really heavy people on the covers of magazine like this is aspiration. I'm thinking, I don't know if that's aspirational. That strikes me as maybe a bad message. But what do you say? I agree with you completely, if anything, I think you've sugarcoated it a little. I think it's an absolute catastrophe. I think it's a complete inversion of reality. And I think on many levels, we're living in a time and in an age where emotionality is has taken over reality. Everything is about political correctness and being so PC that you never step on any toes or potentially hurt the feelings of the most fragile egos and people out there. And this leads to a denial or even an inversion of reality. Obesity is not healthy. It's really bad to be obese. It shortens your lifespan, puts you at risk of many, many diseases from various types of cancer to a heart attacks, to strokes, to diabetes. That's a huge statement. I know it's true, but I haven't heard this recently. Being overweight puts you at risk for a list you've just given us a litany of gruesome diseases. This is a fact. This is not your opinion. Yes.

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Candace Owens on Standing Up for Parents' Rights

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 6 months ago

Candace Owens on Standing Up for Parents' Rights

"What we need to empower parents again. And when I say in power parents, I'm speaking on an individual household basis, right? I don't care what the PTO moms think. I really don't. I just do not give a damn. So your kid, if your kid has ever not able to go to a camp or whatever because he's not vaccinated, just doesn't matter, right? Yeah, not for me. I'll find the ones that he's allowed to go to, right? And too bad on them. He's healthy. It's so bizarre to me. You're treating a healthy person like they're sick and fortunately because of COVID, parents are awakened to how bizarre it is, right? You're saying that there's nothing wrong with my kid. Mikey doesn't have COVID. Even if my kid did have COVID, he's a child, so he has an effective 0% rate of becoming ill from this, right? And yet you're saying to me, my child can't do activities unless they roll up their sleeve and risk getting myocarditis. That's insane. That's not worth the trade off for me. Let me just say this to parents are listening to this. You only get when it comes to your health. It's just one time, you're born with it, you get your health, right? If your child gets myocarditis, there's no cure or fix for that. You've ruined the rest of his life. Potentially for a Facebook post to say, my child graduated. I got so many emails from moms and dads. He's only got one semester left to go, right? Horrible circumstance to be in, by the way. I am completely sympathetic to that. Imagine COVID hits, you have one semester left to go. And they say, well, he's got a rope receiving at the vaccine. And parents are going, I paid all this money, man. I just want him to get the freaking certificate. Wrong decision man, right? You're playing with his health. Now, imagine if you're that parent that did that in your child, suffered from a heart attack, had mild has myocarditis. We have listeners where that's happened. Right, right paralyzed. Paralyzed. I mean, think about the guilt. Think about the guilt that that parent would have for the rest of your life and you do that for a

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What You Need to Know About Guns

The Officer Tatum Show

00:52 sec | 6 months ago

What You Need to Know About Guns

"If you do not think that this is huge and that if we lose rights to our guns, that this is the beginning of the end, this is a slippery slope. The news is already pushed propaganda enough to fool half of the people in America. Half of the people in America don't have any idea the ballistics of an AR-15, they have, they have zero idea of the amount of shootings that are done every year from an air for team versus a handgun versus the people getting stabbed to death versus people having heart attacks. People, there are people in this country that probably believe that all of the deaths that occur in this country are due to handguns. A majority of the deaths are due to handguns. That's not even true, you know, medical malpractice killed more people than just about anything I can think of about 400,000 people at the higher end by 400,000 people a year are killed through medical malpractice.

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GoFundMe Reaches $2 Million for 4 Orphans of Slain Uvalde Teacher

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:24 min | 6 months ago

GoFundMe Reaches $2 Million for 4 Orphans of Slain Uvalde Teacher

"And I went to bed last night, there was about a half a $1 million collected in a GoFundMe account for the four orphaned children of the couple in uvalde, Texas who lost their parents, the mother was slaughtered by the by the beast who went into that elementary school, and then the father yesterday died of a heart attack. They, his family rightfully said, he died of a broken heart. And the couple leaves behind four children. It was about $560,000 when I went to bed. Right now, the GoFundMe page has over $2 million in contributions to help these children have some sort of financial stability as they go forward. The money doesn't matter. None of those kids would want to dime. If they could get their mom and dad back, but it does speak to the goodness of the American people, how we just want to help. We are in this together and I hope we can try to reject the jackals of divisiveness and hatred and anger and rage and realize that we're suffering through something that. Nobody, no country should go through.

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"heart attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

The Fat-Burning Man Show

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

"Involved, you know? Yeah, and I think that, of course, I'm not a doctor, but like what I've seen is people carrying more weight, right? They're taxing their vital organs. And what we want to do is be able to have that really good resting heart rate when we're not working. We don't want our body to be working. We want that we want our heart and our lungs and everything to just like, you know, be in that nice homeostasis, right? And so, I don't know. When I look at people that are just like, you know, carrying around so much. It's like, you know, that heart is working hard all the time. Yep. And really common for athletes retired or even current wants to have some issues with an enlarged heart or A-fib or other issues that may or may not be obvious at the time that do crop up later. So it's really important to acknowledge that even if you think you're doing everything, even if you are doing everything perfectly, according to protocol, it's still totally multi factorial. There's a lot going on. We don't have control over absolutely everything. Yeah, I mean, you look at case in point, Jim fix, right? I mean, here's this guy. It was big marathon runner. He was out there. He wasn't like some big guy, dropped out of a heart attack. Yep. Yeah. So what are you training for is the question we need to keep ourselves. Yeah. Yeah, what are you training for? And maybe it's like, are you just trained for a longer healthier life or you're training because for me, I train at this point? Because it makes me feel good. Like it is my time to myself that I can go in like the yoga that I do is, you know, it's the old school one where you go into the room..

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"heart attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

The Fat-Burning Man Show

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

"And there's also a lot of denial of myself included, denial of mortality. Mortality built into fitness, right? Making yourself stronger or faster or whatever, so you can ignore the fact that you're going to die someday that amount of time. And you know, just looking through your work and revisiting your story. I mean, heart attacks and cardiac arrest is so common and people especially athletes runners, marathoners, A-fib, heart attacks, cardiac arrest. These things are way more common than most people want to admit, even in high level athletes. Yeah, I'm really glad you're talking about this because it's something that I have really been studying and looking at since my heart attack. And now with the work that I do with a major pharmaceutical company, AstraZeneca, I've had the opportunity to meet and sit down with a lot of medical professionals and doctors and what I've really been seeing more so than ever are people that look like you. You know, people that are fit and strong and look like they've got it all together. Let me tell you when I dropped it in the gym, I looked good. I was in the middle of a CrossFit workout. I don't remember what it was I was doing over at squats, maybe. But it's showing people that you really need to know what your health is from the inside out and you really like need to be smart about what you're doing because I'm seeing heart attacks happen with people that are younger, fitter and stronger. It's like, I used to have an idea of what a person at risk of heart attack looked like, right? He or she was the person that was overweight. They were smokers and drinkers and they just did not take care of themselves. And you know, it's not the case. And I'll tell you, I remember after my heart attack, when I was I told you, I was only able to walk around the block and eventually, you know, it got to where I could walk more. And I had this goal of walking to there was a juice place on. I think it was like 16th and 8th avenue. And it was like, that was my goal. And that was only like, I don't know, around ten blocks from where I live now. Wow. But I remember walking and seeing these people smoking their cigarettes and you know, drinking their big dogs or whatever. And I remember just being so angry. I was like, are you kidding me? I'm the one that because I was in that real like I was angry. I was going through an identity crisis. So I was projecting. And when I found myself in those times, I was like, you know, okay. Step back and realize that we're all at risk and we all need to just really find ways to take.

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"heart attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

The Fat-Burning Man Show

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

"Sore, every single day and you're just like, you know, getting out of the chair like, oh my God, I can't believe what have I done to my body. It's like, you know, I've lived all that. And I just don't want to do that anymore at this point. And it's important to get there and then so you must have gotten some time back, some mental space back. What are you doing with that space now? Because you do find like when you take all this energy from one place and then it doesn't go there anymore, you can put it somewhere else, and that's part of the fun. Yeah, and you talk about my photography. I mean, I really try to find creative outlets. I do street photography and portrait photography. That's really important. I have a an exhibit coming up in a couple of weeks here at the flatiron Plaza with fellow heart attack survivors that I took photos of.

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"heart attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

The Fat-Burning Man Show

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

"And I fear that we're losing that, especially in the past 18 months or so. So we'll need to course correct and make sure that we bring that back intentionally. Yeah, I think that I'm sure you've read the blue zones. I mean, the blue zones was like life-changing for me because like I just understood and I got it, and I thought, you know, if I want to live to be a hundred, I want to make sure that I am. I've got all my wits about me mentally and physically. And when I read the book and it was so much about being active but not thinking about activity the way that we thought about it when we were 20 and 30. And, you know, that's something that I really had to come to grips with post heart attack. And now I just turned 56. It's one of those things like, I wanted so much to be the person that I used to be. I loved CrossFit. I love doing those intense crazy workouts that just like pushed me to the limits and to the edge and you know, I just got to the point where I'm like, I don't really need to do that anymore. I don't feel that desire our bodies change and like I look at what I did when I was 2030 and 40 and thought, okay, you know what? God love him. He did a really good job, but now I'm working with this body right now with any limitations that I have you were talking earlier about me being a runner. I used to, I used to be a runner. I ran three marathons. I couldn't run a mile right now without just struggling through that right now. It's just like, and, you know, and I'm okay with that. But walking is kind of the same thing. I mean, it's just a matter of speed, really, and walking if you do the math is probably a lot better for you to do over the course of a lifetime anyway. The running isn't necessarily the point. But the same reasons that you described loving walking out in New York. That's why I love running out of the mountains in the city when I lived in Austin. I just loved getting out there and yeah, you know, I've always felt more and maybe you're the similar way. I'm like more comfortable and more myself when I'm wearing a sweaty running gear than when I'm all like heat up at something and have to look and act on that. I feel much more real and alive when I'm covered in sweat just out there meeting new people. Yeah, I think that's where you and I would be different than I love working out. I work out every single day. I'm obsessed with hot yoga. That's what I do for my primary source of working out. And I mean.

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Now when it comes to cardiac arrest person would just pass right up bone. Just pass out. You'll feel dizzy lightheaded than just suddenly just blackout and cpr. Or some type of shock with a defibrillator to jump start. Their heart has to be administered right away or it's over that should different between heart attacking cardiac arrest now these once it gets to this level it requires emergency care as well as a heart specialist now. Acupuncture comes into play. Before in an attempt to avoid ever experiencing this or after when you rehabilitate stage so remember because an acupuncture first and foremost we understand it. Health is wealth. The wealth isn't in the bank. it's not safe. It's not new pocket. It's not in a purse or your purse. It's not india matches. It's not shoebox in the closet and it's not ended a dog house in the backyard. It's it's important that you understand there now strokes. I expressed heart attack stroke. Cardiac arrest stroke is more brain relit. It's more tied to the brain. Two types of stroke one deci cemig in the other one is now. I seem strokes are basically strokes. Where like blood clots. Cut off the supply of blood to an area of the brain and when that part of the brain doesn't get blood it shuts down and it dies. That's an eye cmec stroke now hemorrhagic stroke. It's it's slightly different. This is an event that occurs when is bleeding brain relative to. Let's say a ruptured blood vessel and that in the brain becomes damaged as a result so those differences between heart attack stroke and cardiac arrest. You see symptoms of stroke. They would be. Let's say a severe headache. There can be sudden numbness or weakness paralysis of the facial. Arm your legs. There'll be some confusion and difficulty speaking and it'll become more difficult for you to understand what other people are saying issues with your balance sudden vision changes in the way doctors who treat that i mean it differs between i see mccann him rajat. I seem ick. Doctors would need to deal with the actual blood clot whereas hemorrhagic stroke. It's all about controlling. The bleeding and people who suffer from either types of stroke tend to have lingering symptoms for the rest of their life but can take up to a year or two. He'll this is where acupuncture comes into play because more times than not they referred to see their sent to seeing acupunctures also as party rehabilitation regimen and acupunctures rate for treating stroke patient. You know although the they're like different conditions these different conditions. I'd say heart attack cardiac arrest and stroke. Here's what's surprising. He's a surprising similarity. They share similarities. They shared the same risk factor. That being high blood pressure high cholesterol smoking. Obesity diabetes thinking about that. Think about those conditions in how acupuncture treat each and every one of those which is why stated like acupuncture comes into play before with the attempt intent for you to avoid ever experiencing a heart attack.

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"But i i i wanna start with heart attack in cardiac arrest and many individuals tend to consider these different event the same and it. It isn't it's not you know.

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"But also know feeling faint out of nowhere is a warning sign of a heart attack. Another is do you all of a sudden. You start sweating acupunctures. We've sent women to emergency k. Right away come in and many of my global colleagues. We've discussed this. You don't get going to detail laws. We have to abide by. Of course it's just in general symptomology symptoms cases women. Oh come in. And they'll look at you know. Sudden sweating. unusual sweating is hot flashes. But the don't you know my age. I don't understand what's going on. Why am i experiencing hot flashes. Why am i experiencing night sweat. Pre-menopausal when i go into menopause. You know in self diagnosing some doctors who write it off his it being bad i as an acupuncture side on. It's a sign too concerned about you.

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Okay now. More times in women. This symptom is gonna present more in line with tightness or some pressure. You experience that for any of these symptoms or separately or in combination. I'm going to say one time. Seek emergency care in after doing so. Cnn acupuncturist as well as your physician. Now another sign. another sign. symptom of a heart attack is some type of discomfort pain that radiates up to your jaw your neck shoulder your back and either of your arms. You don't have to experience pain in the center of your chest and say oh my. Gosh i'm having a heart attack. That may not even be hard. It can be but it may not see this pain can be either on the left or the right side of your chest even in your upper abdomen or your back. This discomfort it can radiate all the way up to your jaw your neck you shoulders you left or even you're right on but more times not you left. Put anything discomfort or pain that radiates above your waist could have something to do with your heart to side. Now another symptom can be shortness of breath. And you'll be given warnings if it's far out is like five or six weeks before even having a heart attack and the troubling part is many women do not take these warning signs series and even shortness of breath may go for your morning jog or brisk walk or you may do some aerobics. Whatever and you're not seeing that you're out of breath quicker than normal. That's why don't you brush it off. Issue having a bad tuesday or bad wednesday. But you'll get a game back up next week. No that can actually be a sign a wanting something along with that like. Do you ever have to ask yourself like you ever feel like lightheaded. Dizzy spouse fainting. Now many individuals can experience those who run to an acupuncturist right away. Yes we treat that but but to us. It's a branch we have to get to route and they're a moment where we realize that's actually warning. Sign that a patient is having a heart attack or about to have one.

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of acupunctures my life. Now earlier i spoke of the fact that more and more women are getting heart attacks or having heart attacks at much younger ages and no more and more women younger than fifty four years of age or experiencing heart attacks for several reasons in which i spoken of in that episode. Now this episode. i'd like to discuss symptoms. That women should look out for and really really take serious. Because simply a symptom of a heart attack with symptoms of a heart attack in women can be less severe than symptoms and men and as a result of that this tends to allow women more women to ignore this symptoms. Not understand that they're actually having a heart attack or are about to have a heart attack now in the last episode. When i spoke of women experiencing heart attacks at younger ages now these days younger than fifty four one of the helmets that more women today suffer from than in the past is diabetes. And this can interfere with pain signals of a heart attack whereas. Let's.

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"heart attack" Discussed on Second Opinion

Second Opinion

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Second Opinion

"This is doctor Michael Wilkes with a second opinion. Justin is 70 years old, healthy, and has been taking a baby aspirin for over a decade every single day. His doctor started him on the aspirin, thinking it would prevent a stroke or a heart attack. The conventional wisdom was that this small inexpensive pill had preventive benefits. The problem is that we've known for at least a decade that that belief was not based on sound science. The problem is that it boils down to balancing risks and benefits. Let me try to explain without using too many statistics. Many studies have shown that aspirin does slightly decrease the risk of cardiovascular events, like heart attack. But there are many other questions that people need to consider when taking a drug any drug. They need to ask, for example, does aspirin cause any problems. And it does. Even small doses of aspirin increase the risk of major stomach bleeding, and it can also increase the risk of brain bleeds. It turns out that the small benefit in preventing heart attacks is nearly identical to the small increase in major bleeding. To put some numbers to these concepts, let's say that I treat a thousand generally healthy adults who are just like Justin with an aspirin every single day for 5 years. Now, studies suggest that four people of the thousand would not have a heart attack who might have had one if they weren't taking the aspirin. But the same number for people would suffer from a major bleed. So benefits equal serious risks. This is not new information, but in medicine changing attitudes and practices takes eons. About two years ago, the American college of cardiology and the American Heart Association began to acknowledge that the evidence of benefit for aspirin in people with no prior heart disease was very weak. Finally, this month, the U.S. preventive services task force, the gold standard for advice on prevention changed their recommendation. They now recommend against daily aspirin for those over 60 to prevent a first heart attack. Now, to be very clear, all of this is about prevention for those who've never had a heart attack. For those who have already had a heart attack, the benefits of aspirin seem to outweigh any risks. Now, why did it take so long to change the recommendation? Well, the studies that showed the dangers of aspirin took a long time to complete. And an even longer time to gain official acceptance. Doctors are often too quick to jump on board with new drugs or new uses for old drugs that don't work. Drugs like hydroxychloroquine or Ivermectin for COVID, or even to jump on board with new diagnostic tests. Perhaps they're eagerness is based on inaccurate media reports that suggest only benefits or perhaps an industry hype and promotion. Health providers are much slower at jumping off the treating and testing train. It is hard to make healthy people healthier, but it's really easy to make healthy people worse off. This is doctor Michael Wilkes with a second opinion..

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02:54 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Free audio sermons: Get free audio sermons and free audio Bible studies!

"God says i want you to strive for crown. My crown is incorruptible. my crown is not willing to fade. it's not going to perish in any way all too often. We find that the world is willing to do far more for far less than christians. Good athletes know the value of good nutrients. And that's also part of self control. I think it be hard pressed to find some world class athletes who do not pay a lot of attention to the nutrients that go into the body and they try to avoid so called junk food. I remember several years ago. And he's still in the area. There's a doctor who talked about how he spent some time as far as his college work in the area where i grew up mentioned a college. That wasn't that far. From where i grew up and he talked about a steakhouse at my family had gone to and how he loved to go down there with some of his college buddies and eat some things. That probably weren't all that healthy and how we love those cholesterol burgers and then he had a heart attack. And to this day..

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Which happened doing secondary well which happened when you experienced in abnormal heart rhythm during a heart attack you lose consciousness and faint emergency care right away. Contact acupunctures my life after that and then see a physician now. The symptom is abnormal heart palpitations. You wanna see a cardiologists wanna see an acupuncturist to warning something. His skin is not noticing. Anything that is the scariest heart attack. Anyone can have is a one. You don't even know you having and this happens more often than you think. Because twenty percent of all heart attacks go undetected damage to the heart is already been done and you had no idea no idea. This is why. I reiterate annual checkups with your physician for semi annual. Because i'm gonna check your heart. See your acupunctures or acupunctures my life. Because we're going to check as well think about what i'm saying because this is why i say you know it's important to do your annual checkups with your physician or semi and seeing acupuncture views. You're not going to be having undetected heart attacks like that. You just not a lot of health issues not going to get by you simply to your annual checkups with physicians and regular wellness visit with an acupuncturist. You can't go wrong. You must make acupuncture part of your life because acupunctures my life what yours..

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Now another symptom you may experience like d. Do you notice yourself feeling like you. Short of breath. When you're walking up hill mentally you may feel physically fit. But why walking on an angle walking uphill of some sort you know i'm experiencing shortness of breath. That can be a sign of coronary heart. Disease exertion in china is an early sign of heart disease and is because you're coronary arteries may be clocked and if it's called this restricting blood flow okay so when you feel yourself out of breath when you're walking uphill it could be as a result of reduced blood flow from a black darby case she. You wanna think about that. You want to monitor how long how often. When you're walking up hill you're experiencing these symptoms. Another sign could be do you. Do you feel as if you have gas in your chest. Pressuring you chest and it's sort of like fuses. If a gas type of pressure see a physician as well as your local acupuncture acupunctures my life. This is important. You know in this part of the reason why. I'm saying over and over see local so contact acupuncture because if you're doing your annual physical senior physician on an annual basis or semi annual and doing regular wellness visits which acupunctures all. These symptoms will not escape you. Whether it's your physician acupunctures one or the other. Both of bring it to your attention in address it.

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Because the topic of discussion. Today i feel is of extremely important. And this is due to individuals. In which i've spoken with international as well as domestically here in the united states acupunctures my life conducted a recent survey and the response in which we gotten back and i'm speaking from a global perspective was quite alarming. Okay and the subject is going to be discussed on future social media platform. So if you're not following acupunctures in my life as of yet Be shorter follows on every social media platform under acupunctures my life and if you a twitter person it's at accurate underscores. My life can be sure to check out the acupunctures. My life website and acupunctures my life dot com great tons of health information that can be of benefit t-o-n. We have an awesome women's health series running in the blog section as well and i also recommend you subscribe to a weekly newsletter twice a week receive lots of helpful information regarding your health and your e mail boxes well but today i'd like to discuss your heart and health symptoms relative to your heart that you must pay attention to what was surprising is an survey That acupuncture to my life conducted. We found that many individuals globally did not know the difference between a heart attack in heart failure. Okay and i've found that quite alarming. So i said you know we're going to do an emergency two part discussion and what we had scheduled for today. Oh just push back a few days but you know this is something that needs to be addressed and in a nutshell when it comes to heart attack. You're having a heart attack. It's usually very subtle it just almost as if it comes out of nowhere boom and it strong extreme pressure on a heart. Those are some of the signs of a heart attack that you're having now when it comes to heart failure. These many cases or many instances with symptoms are not that obvious and also don't occur all of a sudden so if you hardest failing in some cases you you may not know you won't experience any symptoms whatsoever that will indicate directly that your heart is failing but in this two part series. I want to go over some of the symptoms that can serve as an indicator of hartfield. And this is why. I say along with your annual visit. Sia physician get connected with your local acupuncturist or acupunctures. My life because regular wellness visits are very very important extremely important okay and certain things you may not pick up you acupunctures pickup right away. And if it's best we recommend you see a certain specialists or your physician will recommend if it's that serious but you know one. Subtle sign is experiencing difficulty lying down and now something of this nature's is cold or apnea which is a sign of heart failure and that's when you experiencing shortness of breath while you're lying down. Individuals that are expansionist tend to like stack behind their head neck and upper back in an attempt to get a good night's sleep because when a lie flat they feel you know if they're suffocating or possibly drowning and if you're experiencing symptoms let's say that it even gets so bad that it wakes you up in the middle of the night and you have to sit up. It's time you see not only a heart specialist but she local acupuncturist or contact acupunctures. She's very important is. We're talking about heart health here okay. Another subtle symptom is swelling of the legs. If you begin to notice that hey wait a minute. Wise my let's say ankles.

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"heart attack" Discussed on Backstage Pass Radio

Backstage Pass Radio

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Backstage Pass Radio

"And all these other things. But you learn how to manage your time and then still have time to watch. Tv and cook dinner and grill. 'cause i'm not good at doing anything i have to be if i had one hour that i just really well that doesn't even exist for. There's always something pressing. And i'm fine with that because that's how i that's just my personality up. I like to be like to be moving. I if i'm not moving forward something. I'm going back sound a lot like me like we don't know how to wind down like i don't always have to be going. You know podcast. Music shows fulltime job. And i'm told all the time dude you're gonna you're going to give yourself a heart attack but it's just the way that i'm wired and it sounds like the way you're wired and You know one of the things i was like. I have a personal trainer..

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

08:40 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Next is getting sleep shows podcasts episode scotch. This sleep issue push report to created a schedule and stick to try to get in the ballpark eight hours per some say nine. I think that's a bit too much of a good eight hours of sleep depending on your age seven great and try sleeping for attempting to fall asleep. It's a shame time each night to wake up to some time. Now another is pushing yourself away. Think table now. This is putting difficult initiative again. Why you should follow every social slice and chef kiara even has an eastern nutrition segment. Gone tiktok as well following so much because push push self away from the table. Sounds very easy but there are chemicals in foods. Today that are very addictive that affect your interceptors and those were receptors senate formulas say she it can be tough but if you eating my new following and nutrient kobe slice now talk. You don't even have to force yourself. Good food folks when you shot. That's visionary eastham attrition episode once a week tens of thousands to tens of splice. Everyone cannot wait until she of cure these starch coach acupuncture too because so many benefited during the pandemic rob stoop globally. Gosh people down loading the recipes license mellon next is exercise to about this time and time again. Any amount of exercise couldn't be better than nothing. Just brisk walks jumping. Jacks situps push ups planks. We have an exercise bike. You'll start stay you know. Not many people have access to champ gym membership today. Comfortable so creature. And it doesn't mean go out by john jakes gosh couched three-point cardio exercise great. Wait to something as simple as walking down a flight of steps. Few times brisk walks in a neighborhood activist jogging the best. You get suppression really really beat at this. Show many ways to be created so many ways which you can be an issue watchmen people follow acupunctures because we discussed slice others right now. I do recommend. I'm not gonna get sober. Just go into detail about vitamin things that short you'd have to contact my download. The app the private chat session to go something discussing podcast huge audience in which we have global everyone's different it just does same. Another is limit your showed him. Let me show you know a recommended. Twenty three hundred milligrams. The average adult exceed three five hundred. That's oh high blood pressure to heart disease heart attacks. Hello you're asking for you really are asking for another is if you don't don't start and if you do i us. One way to attempt to quit seen acupunctures. They were acupuncture slash acupressure. Points on the body. That can help. That can assist you with decision tensing to stop smoking because smoking is a huge contributing factor. Ottawa squirrels which is a built of plaque in your arteries which of course increases your risk of dying from heart attack ex smokers. A more likely to have heart disease suffer from a lot of people who don't slice. Let's get rid of the secrets. Tech stopped being to smoking in whatever way you may be doing. Cnn talk about another slice of void. Heavy alcohol drink now for adult. You know if you have one maybe two two. I'm not in shady. Hey great don't hold me out just simply say oh boy. The heavy drinking try shrinking. Kim in kucher blood affects your speech. To all types of heart disease diseases of the heart muscle such cardio myopic coscia cardiologists. If felt you've been abusing alcohol for some time. Ready to stop seeing acupuncture. Should you know have test on. And they know what to test to determine if the alcohol done damage when we get your results. Go with iraqi. Jewish can't be initials again. I say overnight hours on every social kinkel can't really really can't.

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"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"heart attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Pesticides.