35 Burst results for "Heart Rate"

Presidential Pelotons and data accountability

The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT

03:02 min | 6 d ago

Presidential Pelotons and data accountability

"What can happen if you have a connected bicycle in the white house and this reminds me. This is actually a good thing. I think to think about because we're old enough to remember this. But you know presidents used to get special. Even obama had a special blackberry created for him. It used to be that you didn't have to worry about cybersecurity because the president in his office had his landline phone rate. In the secret service had radios. And it's not like if you need to get in touch with the president you can get in touch with the president right. Well not you or i but someone important and then cell phones came along and everybody was used to posting on twitter and doing their thing and this became a real concern for people who are worried about foreign powers spying on presidential communications and now with the bringing in of connected devices. Maybe not a smart home like i don't think the white house kitted out with philips hue bulbs but a peleton is an entry point into the network so my hunch is i would. I would love for someone to tell me how to secure the peleton in the white house is on its own dedicated network. Maybe that can't touch anything else. I mean i'm trying to think of the ways that this could be bad. And i'm not really a hacker so i don't know but i like that we're thinking about this because we're probably going to benefit down the road as the defense insecurity infrastructure for the us figures out how to secure the stuff that will trickle down to the rest of us. And we'll get new an awesome best practices and the peleton itself. I mean it can track your heart rate at belief certainly detracts the rotations of the the bicycle tyre tyre but flywheel and so on and so forth like you could get in personal health information from if peleton's data was hacked or whatever and that sounds like who cares but really a foreign power could determine that while publicly every the president's in good health etc maybe he isn't and they would know that and that could change some outcomes. I think peleton does is great and we didn't think about this from a security standpoint but my wife wanted it on and we just didn't buy it because it was too expensive for us so we bought a non connected bike for about four hundred dollars and she the peleton digital classes so no data is actually tractor or something like that. And i'm not saying go do this for security reasons. Or that's what biden should do. But that's one way to mitigate it no. I don't think there's any speakers in like i don't know if he needs to watch what he says. He can't talk about microphones. My bad microphones. Right i've ridden a friend's palatine. And i don't recall that but i was also dying by the middle of my ride so i told you including speak. Anyway i'm like. I don't think anyone wants to hear me. Okay so just throwing that out. There is interesting security thing and something like we should all be aware of going forward. And maybe we'll get some new best practices out of this.

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The Psychology of Gaming with Jane McGonigal

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

04:50 min | Last week

The Psychology of Gaming with Jane McGonigal

"And super better and what is it about video. Alex people have an aversion to video games. But there's so many useful tools and insights and lessons that we can draw from them. People who don't play games have two games that you'd out. I mean there are two point three billion people on the planet now who regularly play video games like one in three people have actively chosen to make games a part of our lives which is really exciting moments now. You don't even know. I i would. I bet she might be. I mean she might be doing something on her phone like a little cat collecting game or something. I talked to so many people who swear they'd never played a video game and they are on level twelve hundred of candy crush saga all the time. So what is it about games. Look i mean my god. We could have like a twelve hour. Podcast series at least on this but The the most important thing is this. This is my life researching. The potential benefits of games played by the right person at the right time for the right reason and the number one thing we know any game that you love i don't care if it's the legends. It's fortnight is candy crush whatever. Whatever you feel drawn to We know that there is a transferrable benefit. Which is you get better at learning new things at dealing with systems that are frustrating and having to adapt. you know. you're learning new rules. You're winning new interfaces. It's designed to frustrate you and you have to adapt and get better and build confidence in your ability to get better and every game does this. And it's it's something that we shouldn't trivialize. We shouldn't pretend that that games are just escapist or just a pastime that they actually build you know this kind of growth mindset. They build this resilient way of dealing with challenges and they especially for young people for kids who grow up learning game after game five year old twin daughters who just got their first tablet this year and they've already taught themselves to play over a hundred different games on this tablet and every day they come show me like mom. Look at this game. I learned. Watch me play this game and just the confidence that you can build in. I can learn anything. I can teach myself. I can get better. I can develop new skills. Even if i'm terrible at this the first time i tried it That's something your whole life until you're like a hundred years old desperately trying to keep that neural plasticity going. How do i keep my. You know. Brain healthy and active. Where's the gray matter gonna grow. You can grow it by learning something new. That's hard for you so from five years old to one hundred years old any game that's designed to be challenging is going to give you that benefit. So how should parents think about that with kids. Because there's a lot of questions around screen time. And whether i should let my kids play certain games or not. How do you think about that okay. So the number one thing is you have to be in conversation with your kids around what they're playing and they're three really powerful questions that i ask my kids and anybody. I'm trying to get to know better. Understand the relationship to games and understand their personal strike so you ask them about whatever. The favorite game is right now. What does it take to be good at this game. What skills does it require. What kind of personality or temperament require you ask them. What have you gotten better at since you started playing this game and you ask. What's the hardest thing you've accomplished in this game and asked them to tell you about how they did it you know. What did you have to do in order to meet that challenge because it turns out that people who can talk about what they've gotten better at. What real skills. Whether it's you know being able to manage my breathing under pressure my heart rate under pressure there competitive e sports player or if it's creativity. Maybe i don't give up when things are hard. It's communication stressful situations of my teammates. It's i can get. I know where to look. Whenever i i don't know what to do. I really good information. Finder whatever it is people who can talk about that. They tend to bring those skills to their work to their learning to their relationships to their hobbies And all you have to do to get somebody to transfer the benefits of games to real life is just have that conversation and you can do it with yourself to like just have a little game journal every time you play new game. You're like what am i getting. Better epic playing this game. It's the hardest thing that i have achieved by one. Been playing this game. And what did it take to do it And so if you're having this conversation with your kids. I don't care what they're playing. I don't care if you're playing fortnight twenty hours a week in that stresses you out on by the way twenty hours a week is like the tipping point where we do start to see. It can get in the way of physical health your mental health. So you know

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Apple Watch Can Detect COVID-19 A Week Before Symptoms Begin Showing Up

Daily Tech News Show

00:37 sec | Last week

Apple Watch Can Detect COVID-19 A Week Before Symptoms Begin Showing Up

"Researchers at mount sinai health system in new york and stanford university in california have found a way to predict if users of apple garment and fitbit watches have covid nineteen before the viruses detectable in tests. The mount sinai study analyzed apple watch wears for heart rate variability which is a known marker of inflammation people infected with cove in nineteen experience lower heart rate variability stanford monitored whereas if apple garment amphibian devices and found that eighty one percent of corona virus positive patients experience changes in their resting heart rate for up to nine and a half days prior to the onset of symptoms the researchers could predict infection into third of those infected

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What To Expect From CES 2021

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

03:50 min | Last week

What To Expect From CES 2021

"Hi. How you doing? Good. The consumer electronic show 2021 talk to me a little bit about that. That's ce s 21, right? Yes, And what's interesting? I think about it is that this year? It's been very different, right? I mean, what hasn't been different, but this is one of the largest shows in the world usually attract somewhere around 120,000 people to Las Vegas, and it's an insane, you know, week of just all these new tech ideas and all that. This year. It's a little different, but one of the things that we've seen in a lot of these virtual presentations is actually a lot of technology to help with the pandemic, and what I think has been interesting is that ah, lot of this is taking health technology that was already on the horizon and kind of applying it to the pandemic and how to fight it. Me an example of some of the things that they're trotting out there A mask phone touchless doorbell. What? Caught your eyes. Yeah, The math phone is probably the best one right, So it's literally like one of those cheap Bluetooth headsets built into a mask. But it works. In fact, Reviewer of the Wall Street Journal said. She used it for Ah lot of conference calls, and she was very happy on day. It's only like 56 bucks so easy, but there are also other ones out there. For example, there's a bio button. And this is a really interesting idea. It takes sensors that are near hospital quality. Not exactly. Near that to come on your chest and just this one button. It's not a bunch of sensors. They're all built into this one button. It can stay there for up to 90 days, and it can track your vital signs and all sorts of other stuff and alert you. If you're starting to get sick now, it can't tell the difference between Cove it in the flu. Most of us can't either unless we get a test, but It's a good sign of kind of showing how technology that was again already kind of in the offing can be used in the more positive ways. And then finally, the touchless doorbell is probably one of the smartest dog type technologies I saw where literally it's a video doorbell, just like the ring that a lot of people have. And what it does is that they have a mat that they put right in front of the doorbell and the doorbell. It's been taught if someone is standing on that mat, so they're close enough immediately. Ring the doorbell don't have to have them touch it. And, of course, that's like, really smart idea, and that time when we're all worried about germs, same thing with the toilet, By the way, we've had, like sensor run toilets for a long time in businesses. Now they defend. They found a way to make it kind of lets ugly looking at home, And instead you just kind of wave your hand over the flushing The flusher like your jet I or something, So there's a lot of that type of stuff that we saw. Doesn't the Smartwatch already do some health metrics for you? It does, but it is not doing stuff like following your temperature as closely right. It's not, you know, the so far most of the watches are on Lee taking heart rate sometimes oxygen, though they're not terribly good at it, and, according to our reviews have seen it. And also the BCG, but they're not able to do stuff like your temperature and other stuff. And so I think what's interesting is it's not just taking those vitals the way that the watch does, which typically, the watches only, really doing that a lot during a workout, and then it's passively doing it every once in a while when you're not This button. In theory, for example, we haven't tested it, but in theory would actually be tracking you pretty regularly on day. Especially if you're someone who lets imagine you're over 65. You're in a in a home and you're really worried about possibly getting Cove it or getting sick.

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How to get a good night's sleep

The Emma Guns Show

08:26 min | 2 weeks ago

How to get a good night's sleep

"You'll sleep isn't quite right harrison. Things i think might be helpful to just get things back on track and before we get into tips though i just wanted to say do you feel as though sleep is the first thing to go when we experienced any kind of stress for me. It's really good. And it's just an indicator that i have a few more taps open in my brain than i can adequately cope with and that means that my thoughts begin wearing at three o'clock in the morning or my quality of sleep over the course of an entire evening just isn't good enough and sometimes it can be just because i've got too much on my mind and this leads me nicely into one. So if you are waking up worrying and then it becomes impossible to switch off and go back to sleep or if you find it a struggle to get to sleep because you're thinking all the things a on your plate essentially then making a list of all of them making a list of everything that's on your mind before you go to bed might help. It's been proven. I've spoken to several sleep therapists and sleep. Experts said that just the act of making a list of all the things that you on your mind can take the magnitude out of these things that seem really big because you attach all the other things to it like. Oh i've got to my taxes for example. And if you don got to do. My taxes means speech my accountant. I get really stressed. When is mike has an all. Will he have time for me. All of those things actually making a less kind of gets rid of a lot of that chatter and just makes them feel much more doable and is also really good. The next morning right. That's my to do list. They were with me yesterday. They were my mind. I'm going to do something today to make sure that that's not worrying me tomorrow. And it's been proven that a few minutes of mindfulness can take the edge off and make it much much easier to fall asleep so if you get into bed you're white awake will now. What actually whether you use an up whether you use a prompt of some sort a youtube video just counting your breath and just slowing down your breathing. But if mindfulness whether it's guided or not can we really make that difference to just get in your mind and body out of that mode to. Yeah you know what yes sleep. The seem like a good idea but this is also one the idea of writing down your warriors the idea of organizing your worries into something that you can then work through methodically and logically. This is also what you can take a little bit of a run-up i wouldn't be doing it. I'm not talking about making a list bed but if you are lying awake thinking about paperwork finances or feel as though everything's calls nita's organized than actually some time in the day to do filing to file things properly to get on top of your admin or just create an organized environment where you know where everything is that can have a really positive. Knock on effect of softening those concerns when you're trying to get to sleep so okay. I know this might make me sound a bit weird. But if you're a long-time listener you'll be no stranger to that. But i leave my office night but only a my office being my second bedroom but i leave my every night but only once. I've made sure everything is tidy. So i my desk so i've got my record. I'm obviously recording right now. So all my recording equipment out of my wires everywhere. I make sure that then nicely neatly wound up and put back in the drawer where they are recording device back ninety degree angle on my desk and when i leave at the end of the evening i use my call brush to like clete to rake through the copy or vacuum the carpet and anything i've taken out or use during the day. I put it back to how. I would have it if i had guests coming over the next morning and mentally. It ends my working day really neatly but the payoff is the next day. I am always and i mean always delighted to what to set foot back in my office. It feels like oh this is this is a place. We're going to do really good work today. And i know i said you know. Make it presentable as if someone else's coming around to see it but i'm seeing it and it's important that i have that feeling and that genuinely when i wake up in the morning at i think goku can you office today. I'm actually excited to get into the office. So that has definitely been one of the things that i have started to incorporate in the last couple of years that makes all the difference. The second tip is this one might sound really obvious. but it's dope nap and maybe it sounds really obvious for me. Because i've been working from home for eight years and so i've learned the hard way but if you're working from home for the first time or maybe the third time if you're in the uk and you're on your third lockdown but if you now have been working from home for substantial amount of time since we went into various stages if restriction around the world then. It's definitely tempting to have a quick snooze when you normally pep yourself up with a coffee or sneaky chat with a colleague in the canteen or out for quick walk. Whatever but while we're living and working in the same space it's easy for entity to drop and to think fifty minutes won't hurt and oversee no one's gonna see no one's gonna see you have a quick nap who cares but unless you're a great napa and that awesome effective ways to make napping efficient and actually work for you but let's revisit those in another time when another episode then give napping a real mess so like i said i've been working from home now for nearly eight years and nothing is a very very easy to fall into trust me. I've done it so so many times. But now i make myself go outside and walk around the block. The truth is that my body saying oh we need to sleep or or wouldn't wouldn't not be nice but the truth is the thing that's going to serve me better. Brain and body is a stretch. Probably some fresh air or just moving around. Because i've been sitting at my desk for hours on end my my heart rates will be slowed down. And that's why my body's like we haven't done much moving. Let's go to sleep now. Moving around for a bit. Even if it's just in another room even a bit of yoga will actually support a better night's sleep or more likely likely give you a burst of energy so if you get that i that three o'clock low what you think all honestly i could just kick off my shoes now and i could just go and put my feet up on the so. I just have a quick nap. No i find. If i walk around the block i come back and where i think. I was almost ready to finish my day. I've definitely got another few hours in me. And it's extraordinary. How many good ideas pop into your head when you out for a walk or you're in a downward dog come on. Who else has been there where you at your desk all day even working team. I've got. I've got to have an idea for this or i've gotta to do this. And you're trying to troubleshoot something and you at your desk in your in work mode. It looks like you're working really hard. You get up. Have a cup of tea or take a walk around the block pops into your head. That's me clicking. By the way the idea pops into your head a little bit of movement london he makes the body feel good but can sometimes just be the little bit of the release. The brain needs in the way. That when you're thinking of a word and you think really hard and then the second you start thinking about it pops into your mouth that kind of thing. The third thing make a nest and i mean literally obviously but just make your bed the most comfortable place you spend time so that it's an environment that lends itself to sleep and this is really important if your sleep begins to go out of out of wack. This isn't just about having nice bedsheets about the lighting in the room the temperature. I know it might sound nuts. Especially right now because we're in the depths of winter but i from my window for about five to ten minutes before i get into bed because i love the air in the room being being a little bit chilly. So that when i'm under the covers i can feel nice and cozy and i usually fall asleep listening to a podcast on a very very low volume and i use an. I'm ask so. I've got myself sort of prompt in with Coin she pillows but you know how many close your own thing. But i have myself mostly packed in with some pillows. I put an moscow on. And i have a pug 'cause playing and i spritz my bed liberally with some really nice leap spray so i used the one from a remarked if i use the one from this. I loved the one from the sanctuary. I always put the podcast on auto turn off. Say that it'll finish the end of the episode that i'm listening to on it's rare. It's really read by more than ten minutes of a show so that really works for me so that is just an. I sent in the bed opening the window for five to ten minutes. So it's nice and cool making sure that my bet is really comfortable that i've light blocked out and i've just got something quiet and gentle to listen to. That will help me get to sleep

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"heart rate" Discussed on FitLabPGH

FitLabPGH

06:05 min | 2 weeks ago

"heart rate" Discussed on FitLabPGH

"It helps promote the idea. That movement is a lifestyle. Philip a pittsburgh podcast and promoter of idea that moving his style not just an activity. We're encouraging people to think of movement as the norm not the abnormally. And what are the things that people have a tendency to. Do they want to crush it or they want to do their two or three times a week workout. And they don't do anything the rest of the time we want to. Promote the idea that you accumulate movement throughout the day walks jogs doing a little. Bit of activity even petting the dog. Who knows she's going to the park in a few minutes and one of the things that we know from listening to some of our moving to live experts are sister. Podcasts don moxley. Marcelo is one of the most important. If not the most important fitness tool or piece of equipment or toy that you can buy a heart rate monitor. You've got a variety of options out. There you can get a heart rate. Monitor this on your wrist. Which which is a watch. This is a chorus watch. This heart pull their makes one. I believe santo makes one. They're good starting point. But you have to remember that if there's a lot of wrist movement or a lot of gripping with your hand it doesn't give a very accurate result if you're just gonna lie there flat and meditate and look what it does your heart rate. That can be a good use of a risk based heart rate monitor. I've had times around spinning down the road on my bicycle holding the handlebars with a fairly strong grip. Because pittsburgh roads and i looked at my heart rates one hundred and seventy five beats a minute which. There's no way was doing that. Because i wasn't working that hard. So the most accurate way to measure heart rate is with a heart rate chest. Strap he can pick them up for anywhere between forty and eighty dollars. The nice thing about it is. If you've got to watch the picks up heart rate you can probably use a chest strap or a arm. Strap that will talk about in just a minute. But only if it's a bluetooth or aunt compatible and polar makes an h. Ten heart rate monitor scrapped the chest. This is a war who and the arm strap is by neo. Checkout moving to lives podcast with marcello aller. He works for them and what they allow you to do. Is you put the chest strap on and whether you're reading the occur watch a variety of apps on your phone you're able to measure your heart rate and record your heart rate one of the favorite things that i like to do with measuring heart rate is i like to measure it for two or three minutes when i get up in the morning with one of these devices and the reason i do that and i tracked it is i can see what's my heart rate doing. I know that if i went out and had a couple of beers this pre covid the night before. My heart rate's gonna be elevated deal. The day i know my heart rate's going to be elevated and one of the interesting things i've noted for those of you who follow fit lab pittsburgh on a regular basis. We used to have emma the chocolate lab who had epilepsy mitzner every day. But one of the things that i've found is my mourning heart rate is lower. I have less stress. Because i'm not waking up in the middle of the night worried that when she turns over. He's having a seizure. Most of us want to crush our workouts. And we'd much rather have an idea of when we're going to hard and try to make the majority of our time easy aerobic workouts fifty fifty five percent of your max estimated heart rate up to maybe seventy percent if you train heart rate zones zone one or zone to should be the maximum time or the maximum time that you stand when you're doing aerobic exercise and then the cherry on the top. The high intensity workouts the heavy resistance training etc again. We're talking non athletes for health and wellness is the smaller amount. So i mentioned the disadvantage of the heart. Rate monitor pickup. The chest hurry monitors. Pickup by mentioned. Is the most accurate unless you're gonna do. Ekg which you're not going to do unless you're in the hospital it has the disadvantage of you have to wet it. You have to strap it around your chest underneath your shirt. If you're a woman underneath your bra and it has a tendency to slide down and it's just not always that comfortable to wear. That's why a good in between not very accurate really accurate but literally a pain in the chest. Is the arm strap. this is from meal. I know polar makes one. I liked the meal one for a couple of reasons. First of all the battery life is pretty good. Second of all the charging port is very easy to use. And third of all. I picked up with my watch and then when it sinks over to strava. I'm able to see what my heart rate was at different times when doing different types of running and biking this can be worn either on the arm. Actually the floor armour can be worn up here and when you press the button. This is the really cool thing that i learned the summer. When it's picking heart rate you get a flashing blue light. The way i realized that it did that is i was going through one of the tunnels and the rails to trails and i looked at my arm in the dark tunnel and it was flashing. You can also set it up if you use the mio program which comes as an app for your iphone or your droid so that your heart rate zones have different colors. It's picking up heart rate. Probably one of the most accurate or the best ways to do it because it's not as much of a pain is putting on a chest. Strap it's much more accurate than this and it gives you a much better way to make sure you're not crushing it all the time because none of us crushing it all the time as one of my clients said in the past said you know this thing about getting older when they talk about needing more recovery. It's actually true. So our goal is to make movement a lifestyle not an activity and make it the norm not the ad norm. So don't crush it. Check out your heart rate and let us know what you do for your favourite moving activity and the pittsburgh pennsylvania area thanks for listening to the latest episode of p. h. Intro an exit music is marathon man. Jason shaw check out the show notes for contact info for our latest guest links to other information mentioned in the episode and a link to her sister. Podcast moving to live. Don't forget to check out our videos and features and our website. fit l. a. b. p. g. h. dot com until next time. Keep on moving..

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Breakthrough at Home Pain and Mental Health Relief with Richard Hanbury, Founder Sana Health, Inc

Outcomes Rocket

04:57 min | 2 weeks ago

Breakthrough at Home Pain and Mental Health Relief with Richard Hanbury, Founder Sana Health, Inc

"Walk back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez. Here and today. I have the privilege of hosting richard henry. He is the founder of saana health. remonstration platform for pain relief and deepak station. Richard develop the technology behind saana to eradicate his own life threatening pain. Problem following a spinal cord injury from a jeep crash near saana in yemen and nineteen. Ninety-two richard has an mba. From the wharton school in healthcare and also a law degree from the college of law in london the original benchtop device removed all his nerve damage pain in three months saving his life. He has spent twenty five years developing the sonnet technology from the original benchtop device to the current device undergoing clinical trials sonnet uses pulsed light and sound and a heart rate variability feedback loop to guide the user in a deep state of relaxation. Clinical trials have been completed in opioid use disorder and fibromyalgia and sauna is launching in fibromyalgia and twenty twenty one however is available today and richard is going. Tell us more about it. And i'm just really excited to have the opportunity to interview richard and have them bring forth this technology to to the the world richard such a pleasure to have you here today to be thank it. Yeah and so before we dive into saana and it saana dot. Io folks if you're curious tell us a little bit about you and what got you into healthcare thank you yes as a nineteen year old kid. I was traveling in in the yemen. And i was given a choice of a head on collision in my jeep next to a petrol truck or two gulf bridge and i chose gulf a bridge. 'cause i figured We would either way. There would be so remains to find if i went to the bridge. Say dance with dry riverbeds sixty foot dying and cheap crumpled up A results in spun good injuries from thc ten. Which is betty button level plus a traumatic brain injury and they say old. That was why. I had to be medevac k. I was clinically dead for eight minutes back to matt intercom a middle of that resulted in damaged problem that was say sparrows given a five year life expectancy sarabia. It was the question of near figure. Something i myself or old. I say that was the mother of invention necessity. It's unbelievable i mean that is crazy. So you're driving a jeep and there's this truck just heading straight at you and you're like explosive beth falloffs bridge and you just made the choice. I mean like when that happened. Richard to win you actually remember like what point jr actually start remembering what happened and gained consciousness. And how did they find you so it was semi passenger was burglary but was in good enough shape to festival shine in arabic. So the people watching the right to danger. Petrol cigarettes is they were running. Schools tile passwords lit cigarettes. In khao is everything was checked in the gasoline tank Say yeah ben. E managed to get them to throw away the cigarettes publicized and transported us to vote what they very loosely called the hospital. And that's my friend. Got the insurance companies to send them back pain coming up. Unbelievable i mean. I mean that is just unbelievable Era miracle the be here spell. And i'm sure that the road to recovery was not easy for you and you know lots of gain. You said i had to do something about this. And that was the beginning of sauna and so you've made leaps and bounds. Since the beginning you're recovered very happy for you. Richard and As i'm sure your family is to so now you have this device and this company. Why don't you tell us a little bit more about what it is how it works and that way the listeners could get educated on it including myself suddenly say basically. All pain is some combination of central mediation. Which has had brain prices pain and prefer plain. Which is the signal coming into the brain. Now with mike pain i had sponging. Tbi and i was on very extreme faction where it was all about how the brain was pricing pain signal. But it wasn't really paints were coming up from my spine. It was essentially corrupt. Data stream is very similar to what you get with phantom limb. Actually being told her in pain is being told your visits we had signal. That doesn't quite make sense. Say with me. I was very rainy. Lucky the original device was able to wipe all by damage pain

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"heart rate" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

04:52 min | 3 weeks ago

"heart rate" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"It's kind of like you're on alert and it's like but bum bum bum bump sound effects by gen. Think you did not changing compared to being more fluid and reacting to everything that comes at you. there's a time lag time difference in between heartbeats and that's heart rate variability so you actually want more heart rate variability. That was just some information for listeners. So things that affect resting heart rate the cool thing about aura. I'm just pulling were app. Is it gives you so much information and a lot of education as wall surrounding. Everything was really cool. When you wake up it tells you based on how you slept because it measures your your sleep cycles and era restfulness and your sleep efficiency and all these things. So based on how you slap based onto your resting heart rate during the night. Which is what. Kelly is referring to based on your activity the previous day and some other factors it gives your readiness score and it tells you like. How ready are you to tackle the day. And it really makes it personal to you. So i'll say like you're great. You're arrested you know. Go hard today or it might say like you know you. You're resting heart. Rate was raised last night. You didn't sleep maybe sleep as well. Maybe you should take it easy today. It makes it very very specific. Like i thought it was going to be kind of like a generic. Maybe one of five options that it gives you. But i mean like literally gives you very very specific like mind today said i had readiness score of eighty four and it said you're resting heart rate lowered late last night because it should lower or raise at certain times during the night so i guess the fact that it lowered late night wasn't as good because it says you're resting heart rate lowered late last night but your overall readiness is still good. If you feel tired how about taking your day relaxing activity can help you get back on track so things that affects resting heart rate. What did she say that hers was. She said as low as fifty six but it skyrockets to sixty four. Which doesn't seem that high. That's pretty low. That's pretty low. I think like mine is normally low. Fifty s to mid sixties like sixty five is normally the highest. That mind goes. But i don't consider that skyrocketing at all and their app. They say that the normal average is anywhere from forty to one hundred and slightly below. Your average is a good sign of readiness and exceptionally high or low resting heart rate in the cates. An easier day. Maybe an order says intense training day a late night workout elevated body temperature or heavy meal just before bed can keep your resting heart rate elevated during the night an alcohol can also affect which kelly is asking about so my thoughts on it. Kelly that yes rest. Alcohol affects resting heart rate. But i don't perceive yours. Skyrocketing right sixty four is still a really good number like can i give an example from mine. I have not been drinking. I feel much better. But i looked way back when i was doing my predict study and wearing the cgm. I had a night where i drank. A good deal of. It was dry farm wine and champagne. But i wanted to see how it affected me through the to predict three study but i went back to that night on my bed. I have a sleep number bed in it. Measures things like heart rate heart rate variability breath rate while you're sleeping my heart rate skyrocketed to eighty one while i was sleeping from alcohol so and my heart rate variability went down so i do think mine skyrocketed but alcohol one hundred percent made my heart rate skyrocket and then. I didn't get a restful sleep that right. There was such important data. When i realized when i got the sleep number bed and started tracking. That was when i realized. Gosh my body really has a different sleep. When i drink alcohol you know now. I know that my body does not metabolize alcohol. Well i'm a slow alcohol metabolize or so. That makes more sense why that happens for me. So yes if you think that it's alcohol yet i mean and you're seeing it from the data you're drinking. It's up when you drink. But i wouldn't say sixty four skyrocketed either. Yeah like. I'm just looking back through my data. Because i usually have half glass to glass. Probably a glass. Every night now. And if i do that. I don't see appreciable effect on anything. But if i have night where i did drink a lot which i've had a few of those in the past month i do see it majorly. I think the only time. I woke up to readiness score of sixty. Something was after that. I was like.

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"heart rate" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

02:22 min | 3 weeks ago

"heart rate" Discussed on The Intermittent Fasting Podcast

"So thankful that my co workers introduced me to this way of life before quarantine hit in march. I have a question regarding alcohol and resting heart rate. I noticed when. I go for more than a week without alcohol. My fit bit says that my resting heart rate can be as low as fifty six. But when i go away to the beach on the weekends and have a good amount of wine and white claws but all within good limits. Of course my resting. Heart rate can skyrocket sixty four. I also notice on the beach weekends when we are less physically active with alcohol. That also makes our hr go just wanted to know your thoughts on this. Thank you for always having great insight and topics to discuss on the podcast. I truly learn so much from you both and it makes keeping this lifestyle maintainable and achievable that much easier. Alright kelly so thank you for your question. Oh my goodness this is one of my recent obsessions the resting heart rate. So i talked about this before. But i actually did just interview the ceo of or ring. Which i've been wearing for. I don't know like a month now or so. It's so so cool. During the night time it measures your resting heart rate measures your heart rate variability. It measures your body temperature. It measures your activity levels. During the day it measures your respiratory rate and it gives you a really good idea of if you're recovering from your activities how your body is doing because basically for some terminology here so are resting. Heart rate is consistent rate of our heartbeat and lower is typically considered to be better. It does go up when you're exercising though. So that's why they call it resting heart rate is what you're looking at. heart rate. Variability is the amount of time measured in milliseconds between heartbeats. And what's really interesting. Is you would think that you want your heart. Rate to be. Very consistent like intuitively. What i would think but what you actually want is it to be more erratic because it shows that your body is adapting and reacting to stressors so like a constant thumping on a pattern. That's actually signifies the stress state 'cause if you think about when.

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Reactions Prompt Chicago's Libertyville Hospital To Pause Virus Vaccines

WGN Programming

00:41 sec | Last month

Reactions Prompt Chicago's Libertyville Hospital To Pause Virus Vaccines

"Back safe vaccinations rather are on hold temporarily at a Libertyville hospital after four staff members had reactions after receiving it. Those four vaccinated at advocate Candle Medical Center experience symptoms, including tingling and elevated heart rates. One of them's receiving additional treatment. The three others are at home and doing well. That's according to a statement from Advocate Aurora health system. The vaccinations are pause now out of an abundance of caution, according to the statement. But they will continue with the health systems. Other sites in Illinois and Wisconsin, the hospital pointed out. Side effects to the vaccine are expected in those four staffers represent less than 40.15% of the roughly 3000 people who've already been vaccinated at advocate rural hospitals. Bob

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Chicago-area hospital pauses vaccinations after 4 workers experience adverse reactions

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | Last month

Chicago-area hospital pauses vaccinations after 4 workers experience adverse reactions

"Hospital pauses. It's vaccinations after some adverse reactions were reported, and four people who got that shot A B C's Derek Dennis, there were at least four hospital staffers, a condo medical center in Libertyville, outside Chicago, reporting negative reactions to the shots, including tangling and elevated heart rate three years said to be doing well. The fourth required additional treatment. The health system says the cases account for a small fraction of the approximately 3000 individuals who've received vaccination so far. Their facilities. The hospital's now pausing all cool with 19 vaccinations to study what happened out of an abundance of caution.

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Health Care Worker Had Serious Allergic Reaction After Pfizer's Covid Vaccine, New analysis shows Moderna vaccine is at least 94% effective

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:53 min | Last month

Health Care Worker Had Serious Allergic Reaction After Pfizer's Covid Vaccine, New analysis shows Moderna vaccine is at least 94% effective

"There is concern tonight over efforts to get that vaccine out and across the country even as a major storm bears down and this evening the other major news the first report now of a severe allergic reaction in a healthcare worker vaccinated in alaska. She's okay and they noticed it in that fifteen minute window right after when they watch over patients. The worker wants everyone to know tonight that she is still glad that she got that vaccine. Tomorrow we could see major movement on a second vaccine here in the us. Fda advisory panel will review madeira tonight. How effective is that vaccine in preventing severe covid cases and could actually help stop the spread of the virus with the early numbers show and it's promising and of course that allergic reaction today. Stephanie ronald with late reporting tonight two days into the vaccine roll out the first report of a serious adverse reaction a healthcare worker in juneau alaska with no history of allergies suffering an allergic reaction during the fifteen minute observation period after the shot. The woman was hospitalized and given the medication. Epinephrine she was Feeling shorter breath. Her heart rate was elevated and she had a red flushed rash over her face and torso. That patient was weaned off. The medication is now stable and being monitored during the whole time She was she was still enthusiastic that she got the vaccine and the benefits. That would re that. It would give her in the future. Severe allergic reactions to vaccines are rare but can happen. There have been just to reported in the uk. The cdc recommends monitoring patients fifteen to thirty minutes after the shot the few of history of a severe allergic reaction. You should either not take this vaccine or if you do take it. Take it in the context of a place. Where if you do develop an allergic reaction. It could be readily effectively treated and it comes as a second vaccine toward emergency use authorization after. Fda advisors meet tomorrow if maderna's vaccine is authorized by the fda. In the coming days we have allocated nearly five point nine million doses of that product. The moderna vaccine appears to be more than ninety four percent effective and could prevent severe disease. Experts also suggest that that scene may cut transmission. The vaccine seems to reduce that even one shot of the vaccine reduces that by about two-thirds We haven't seen the full data on what happens after two shots. But i'm pretty optimistic that it's gonna end up reducing people's ability to spread the virus as well temporary side effects include fatigue fever and headache and are more common after the second shot and you take a deep breath for me today. The first wave of those files or vaccinations in nursing homes

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Alaska healthcare worker suffers allergic reaction to Covid-19 vaccine

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | Last month

Alaska healthcare worker suffers allergic reaction to Covid-19 vaccine

"A health care worker was hospitalized after an allergic reaction to a Corona virus vaccine, something the drugmaker had warned about. Here's the a piece. Mike Rossia, Alaska Health officials say a health care worker had a severe allergic reaction Tuesday to the cove in 19 vaccine made by Fizer and Germany's by on tech doctor Linde Jones of Bartlett Regional Hospital, says she was Feeling short of breath. She was not wheezy. Her heart rate was elevated. The journal Health Worker was treated with epinephrine and other medicines for what was ultimately diagnosed as an awful axis. A severe allergic reaction. The worker who has no history of allergic reactions, was hospitalized overnight and has recovered. I

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The Latest: Alaska woman has allergic reaction to vaccine

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

The Latest: Alaska woman has allergic reaction to vaccine

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting an Alaska woman had an allergic reaction to a covert nineteen vaccine Alaska health officials say a health care worker had a severe allergic reaction Tuesday to the cove in nineteen vaccine made by Pfizer and Germany's Piontek Dr Lindy Jones of Bartlett regional hospital says she was feeling short of breath she was not Weezy her heart rate was elevated to Juneau health worker was treated with epinephrine and other medicines for what was ultimately diagnosed as anaphylaxis a severe allergic reaction the worker who has no history of allergic reactions was hospitalized overnight and has recovered I might cross the aisle

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The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

02:07 min | Last month

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What if its You thats the Difficult One?

Therapist Uncensored Podcast

05:07 min | Last month

What if its You thats the Difficult One?

"Hand kelly as marriott person diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder comes into the first session. And says you know it's been really bugging me. I don't like to do things for other people if it's a inconvenience for me. I'm not interested. And that it's because i'm kind of super sensitive. And that's why i take it out on my partner and kind of blame and externalize and i'd really like some help getting A little more empathic aware and being able to do that in a reliable way because in reality. I'm pretty selfish. What do you think. I think my heart rate would go up and i'd go. Oh my god. This is awesome. But i i would say what's the catch. I think this does not feel real. Say that is a rare to never has never happened in the history of the human race however this is super cool. Many of our listeners have contacted us. We've gotten a lot of feedback about the course. Thank you. And one of the themes of the feedback is what i is. A covert nurses identifies. I do and vice. Grandiose like people very much have an ear for what if it's me that's difficult person and i love that and i want to compliment everyone for that. I think it's wonderful our wrap up session today. This is the sixth in a series of six. We're going to try to do the takeaways and really pull things together. But we'll have it kind of in the context of if it's you now if it's not you it's still your partner and that's what you're listening. It's easy translation. First of all for those that have reached out. We just have an amazing listener base and said you know what i can recognize myself in this. What do i do if i do. I just the fact that one can ask that question. Basically also means that there's so much great going on in new because the reason why that doesn't happen especially if you have a really deep seated narcissistic tendency is it's very threatening sometimes to slow down and take a look at ourselves. That's why we have these. Great things called defenses the come up and they protect us from self reflection but they also get in the way of so much so if you have the ability to walk in ago i think i'm still centered. I think guy. I see people in a way what they can do for me rather than what i can give to them and you can really recognize that yourself. There's so much self reflection going on. I mean by definition. It means you're not that narcissistic you're probably any of you. That are struggling with this and seeing yourself in this and asking for help with it like reaching out that way. You're more secure than you think right. And like and saying this is great. Because that's one of the big things is like i even being aware that there's a problem remember. On some of the other episodes we talked about where the hope and it has to do with. I you have to be aware it's a problem to you've got to want to change it and three you've got to actively be working on actually making that change and not. Just kind of saying yeah. I kind of wish that was different. But so we mentioned our community and how much we love our community and how smart an awesome. They are in particular for this episode. We want to dedicate it to. All of our patrons are neuro nerd community that has above and beyond by supporting us through patriarch dot com slash therapists uncensored. You guys are awesome. And we'll say more about that at the end but the specifically dedicated to you guys so in the example that we started with right somebody walking in going. I think i'm struggling with narcissistic traits. Which by the way people ever come in and say well. That's not true. That's true but we'll come in and say like a diagnosed myself is borderline or right. Like i think people do i in and i think not with this and i'll do. It doesn't start there though really really sometimes. It's we get there. Through the process of therapy. People will actually do think. I struggle with that. Yeah the more. Typical scenario is that someone drags someone by the ear into therapy to work on the relationship which is good because it's through distress. If you're sick you're not a distress. You're pretty happy typically and you're not aware of other people's distress around you so by causing distress relational distress. You can get some hope of like. Oh now they're motivated to make their marriage a little better so regardless of the kind of narcissism that you have there are some key features not very well developed that. If we could just do those things your relationship would probably improve your relationships in general and we've got the serious and if you haven't yet heard them feel free to go back and catch up. This might be more meaningful to you with that but one of the things we do know is that empathy is present. There's a new study out. That really looks at empathy and listening skills and things like that are very weak and narcissistic people with high narcissism. The question is can they be learned and this new study is very hopeful about

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Wyze Unveils a $20 Smartwatch That Controls Smart Home Devices, Tracks Health

Doug Stephan

02:08 min | 2 months ago

Wyze Unveils a $20 Smartwatch That Controls Smart Home Devices, Tracks Health

"So now the wise people w wise he'ii have a $20 smart watch. You. Would You tell that story again? This looks like I mean, I'm not a wouldn't. I bought it in an apple Watch once for Barry. That's the only time I ever bought one of these things. I don't know. I never really quite understood how they were. I love my apple. Watch their great so this This is the smart home company on this is their first foray into smart, wearable technology technology. So it's a $20 smartwatch and it comes in two sizes like a medium and a large which is this the same two sizes that Apple watch offers its going to ship in February And so for 20 bucks, you get a lot. You get a lot of things that other Smartwatches Smartwatches also have blood oxygen monitoring heart rate, tracking its water and dust resistant, has a nine day battery life, which is great. It has active and sleep tracking. So you can, you know, Count your steps, and then it can also track your sleeping habits at night, and it works with Google fit and with apple health those Tuapse So it's for 20 bucks. It's you know, it doesn't have GPS tracking. It doesn't have Syrian or Alexa, you know. It doesn't have a lot of the bells and whistles. But if you have someone, you know, maybe someone who's elderly in your family and they want a stylish, looking wearable to track their blood oxygen level. See, here's the thing with Cove in One of the first signs that we've been seeing throughout the whole pandemic is what people's blood oxygen levels have dropped below. You know what we're supposed to be, which is in the nineties? And so yeah, And so that was one of the first signs that people saw even people who felt totally healthy where their blood oxygen levels were well below where they should have been, and so wearing this mama's watch Yeah, it's a number one wearing this Wise watch will actually help monitor that. So for 20 bucks, I just think there's there's You have nothing to lose. You know, Um, you can also display your your notifications. Eventually, they said that they're going to connect it to other products so you can use the wise watch to control your smart light bulbs and other things

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A Special Breathwork Session To Help You Sleep

My Seven Chakras

05:02 min | 2 months ago

A Special Breathwork Session To Help You Sleep

"What's up action trade. Ag year host and founder. Of my seven jukka. My seven chucker dot com. The place where we help you calm your mind. Relax you nova system and expedience. Deep states of bliss andres episode. I wanted to give you a glimpse into war responsible through work as many of you know. I conduct breath work healing circles on zoom every week on sunday mornings and wednesday evenings in these sessions have really been helpful in helping people cope with what's going on in the word right now but also reduce stress to calm their minds relaxed inova system and open up more possibility but there are so many more of you out there that can potentially benefit from these sessions but maybe a wondering waters breath work and whether breath for israeli as effective as people say it is right. That's why today we're going to do a breath work session with the music with the breadth with me guiding you through the process. But before that. I wanted to quickly talk about what breath work does for your body and a device that has recently caught my attention lately. There is helping me switch off my negative stress. And then we'll begin our session together all right so firstly stress. Activates your fight or flight. Sympathetic response leaves you feeling distracted overwhelmed and makes it difficult for you to get sleep. Stress also plays a key role in our evaluation sometimes especially to run away from a predator or to solve it challenging problem. You need the energy to make it happen. That's when your heart rate increases your cortisol levels rise and your blood shoots to your limbs but this is like stepping on your gas pedal of your car and it's not really sustainable because you need to at some point switch off your stress and start relaxing so their energy can be used for other functions like digestion and sleep and creativity when that switch off does not take place. Your body is constantly releasing stress. Hormones like cortisol making your breathing shallow and fast and sending your heart rates up and your heart rate variability down. What does hundred variability h. r. e. which is most reliable invasive biometric of stress measures the balance between your batta sympathetic rest and digest nova system. And you're sympathetic. Which is your fight and flight branch of your nervous system. A high heart rate variability gender lee indicates a strong guardia vascular system and low levels of stress being in a constant state of fight or flight makes it physiologically harder to focus harder to meditate. Relax sleep or even exercise because your body and your mind think that you are under threat and needs to be escaping danger and not sleeping not focusing on your work now like i said this does of abyss. But when it's left unchecked this chronic stress increases your risk of developing insomnia anxiety depression and chronic been and this in general makes you feel tired. Sluggish unhappy of causes. You've been and might even lead to some kind of illness. now breads workout. You switch off your negative stress and switch on your rest and relax branch off your system. And i'm going to show you exactly how to do that today. Now on top of that. I'm always on the lookout for other ways other devices. That will help us do the same so we can amplify this process of relaxation now. Recently company or apollo neuroscience sent me that device guard the apollo neuro which is a fascinating mention. Now this device. Which i'm wearing right now. Works on dutch therapy. And it creates these gentlemen waves vibration. That stimulates your rest and digest batta sympathetic nervous system response and it restores balance to your body. Now this is cutting its technology action tribe because this is the latest data about you but it's also influencing your stress levels at physiological level. This device stimulates touch. And i'm realizing the touch might be more crucial to our health and survival than we think it is in the midst of this crazy pandemic and social isolation you and me. We're not getting all the touch that we need and touch is a powerful sense from an evolutionary standpoint. It is the most important way that mammals communicate safety and love and assurance to one another different forms of dutch vibration. Heat gored a soothing massage along hug or even a pat on the back can change how you feel in ways that can be measured biologically now researchers found certain frequencies of are found to be soothing and significantly. Increase your better sympathetic dawn. Others can be more energizing and can increase your heart rate and other measures of sympathetic activity. So

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If I Could Bottle Up One Gift For You: On Self-Compassion by Krista O'Reilly-Davi-Digui

Optimal Living Daily

06:43 min | 2 months ago

If I Could Bottle Up One Gift For You: On Self-Compassion by Krista O'Reilly-Davi-Digui

"If i could bottle up one gift for you on self compassion by krista o'reilly davey of life in progress dot ca the best way to ditch self-doubt and walk in confidence. Is the practice self compassion. Self compassion is fundamental to living with purpose health and joy and for sustainable in meaningful growth. Self compassion is also a key tool and learning to quiet. The noise of comparison perfectionism in fear. Let me tell you how. According to kristin neff associate professor in the university of texas at austin department of educational psychology and creator of the self compassion scales widely used in research. Self compassion involves treating oneself with kindness and understanding when facing suffering self kindness seeing ones failures as part of the human condition than feeling isolated common humanity and having a balanced awareness of painful thoughts and emotions. Mindfulness sounds amazing. Right self compassionate self esteem are not the same thing when compared in research self compassion predicted more stable feelings of self worth then self esteem and was less attached to specific outcomes. This is what i mean. When i say i hold things loosely or say open up to joyful possibility self compassion was also linked to less social comparison public self consciousness. Self rumination in anger talk about freedom. We can absolutely be compassionate toward others even when lacking in self compassion. The research bears this out. However i am convinced that to show up fully to life including choosing to receive the fullness of gifts and beauty that life has to offer including the opportunities to stretch and grow and thrive even in the midst of challenges. Self compassion is a must self compassion leads to less self judgment in lower depressive symptoms increases resilience and a sense of capacity and because as a direct and immediate positive on our psycho physiological experience of stress alpha emily's activity heart rate variability and interleukin six response and also leads to improve health behaviors and overall physical health reduction in perceived stress means that people respond to their personal failures struggles in difficult circumstances with kind forgiving attitude. I suspect is also tied to a more hopeful attitude because self compassion also makes way for a growth mindset carol dewick as college professor at stanford university teaches about growth mindset which is tied to neuro plasticity in the understanding that abilities and intelligence can be developed having a growth mindset boost resilience positive emotions and a person's capacity bounce back quickly from struggle failure or loss self compassion and a growth mindset are required for us to become the fullest healthiest versions of ourselves self-improvement. I prefer becoming requires a realistic assessment of who and how we are of both our strengths and limitations. We must get honest about who we are where we are are stories and struggles and our gifting to i. We need to see until the truth about who we are. Then we can take positive action to move closer to who and how we choose to be yet another benefit of practicing self compassion and of a growth mindset is that it helps us live with courage. We become less afraid of failure. We know that failure is normal. Were able to work toward meaningful goals without attaching our worthiness to the outcome. We are less worried about judgment from self or others and his opens the way for us to try experiment. Risk be honest. Do hard things. And so on bernard brown professor at the university of houston and researcher. On the topics of courage vulnerability shame speak to the ordinary courage. A speaking from our hearts and living wholeheartedly. She teaches at courage as a requirement for a living. Our best lives because to do so requires greed wilner ability and even risk. We will get hurt. We will face rejection or challenges and without self compassion. We are unlikely to choose this path. Self compassion also allows us to see differently. It helps us see ourselves as messy and complex rather than broken or in progress as opposed to bad or a failure. It makes room for joyful possibility and all or something instead of an all or nothing perspective. Self compassion is essential for learning to embrace our imperfection or common humanity. Even having a sense of humor about it for making peace with a messiness of life and picking up joy anyway why does walking and self compassion matter to you number. One research demonstrated slightly lower self compassionate and women compared to men but women reported higher compassion for others compared to men rate your level of self compassion from one to ten and take note of your response check in periodically in note any shifts number. Two what are your immediate feelings and thoughts that surface when reading about this topic notice any sensations in your body right down the thoughts. You're having notice if you're feeling resistance or openness to the idea of offering yourself the gift of self compassion number three pull out a notebook and pen or head out for me entering walk as he spend time reflection. Consider examples from your life where you are not being kind to yourself for kind as he like. Think about how life would feel differently if you committed to living with self compassion number four. Why you think learning and practicing self compassion and self kindness matters to you. What are your motivations for growing healing or becoming in this area number five. Consider the roots of your current patterns of thought and behavior was self compassion model to you. What stories you grow believing about yourself key. Think of an event or life experience. They made you believe that treating yourself kindly was wrong or selfish number six. Do you have role models in life. Which draws you to them. List out the characteristics about them you admire and or want to grow in yourself to think about how living from a place of self compassion might help you move closer to the vision of who and how you want to be number seven if there's one area of your life that you most want to change name it and write it down to acknowledge it. Then as we move through the month consider how to apply the information. We're learning to that specific issue or area of your life. May this be a year of gentle growth letting go of what no longer serves in deepening. Your roots of self awareness and self compassion.

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Riverdale Road

Haunted Places

04:50 min | 2 months ago

Riverdale Road

"Riverdale road is an eleven mile stretch of narrow highway between the denver suburbs of thornton and brighton. colorado like much of the denver area. The road is the very definition of wide open. Space greenfield's dusty farms bisected by two lane highway though farm houses dot the landscape every now and then. You likely won't see another living soul as you travel down the pavement. Even under a blue sky the road makes realize how very alone you are but at night riverdale road comes alive. It's known for being a place of shadows. Ghosts and demons rumors include to ghost cars at a spectral jogger who was killed in a collision. But it isn't these small spirits that gave riverdale road that title of the most haunted road in america. It's something far bigger and a bit more flammable. Sophie didn't know how long she'd been driving at some point during her cruise down riverdale road time had lost all sense of meaning. Her body was going through the motions of driving but her brain was quiet. She liked the isolation of at all. Sometimes imagining she was in a completely different world. There were no other cars in sight. Fields of weeds sprouted on the side of the highway. The sun dip down just below the horizon and the crooning of ella fitzgerald drown out the sound of her. Tires churning on the pavement. The route started to move from straight to curving. She's slowly let her attention come back to her driving not fully ready to let go of the beautiful emptiness in her mind. She held onto the steering wheel loosely and subject sunglasses onto the top of her head. It was nearing dusk. Sophie flicked on the headlights and her breath immediately caught. There was a victorian manor sitting in the middle of the street. Her mind struggled to make sense of what she was seeing but her foot slammed on the brake hard. The car halted hundred body jerk forward but the seat belt held her back some of the pulled up the parking brake with their heart pounding her chest. She closed her eyes and breathed deeply forcing her heart rate to slow down when she felt that she was under control. She opened her eyes again. Slowly soapy couldn't understand what she was seeing. The highway just stopped right at the house. A small porch. She knew she wasn't lost her. Gps said so. She was just heading to a friend's house just off the route but the old house looked like it had been standing there for at least one hundred years. It didn't make any sense. She knew she should probably stay in the car and find another route. Turning around would have been past. There wasn't enough space for her to go around the manor but the site was so strange some improbable that she couldn't help herself. She had to know if she was dreaming. Sophie got out of the car and approach the house. The white would of the door and window. Frames was split and fading cracks in the glass. Bread like spider webs. A small porch around the structure had several missing floorboards as she walked closer. Her brain told you to let alone to go back to the car but her body felt differently. She climbed up the steps. The house groaned as though it didn't want company but so knocked on the door anyway and waited for a response. She didn't expect one much he also didn't want scare anyone. She just wanted to peer inside eight only for a moment but nobody responded she gently push the door open. It moved to jar with a sigh. Is it the whole house was breathing. This made her more nervous as much as the space call to her. She didn't like how alive it felt. Houses didn't have souls. She shook off the thought she was making too much of things she should just go in so be placed her hand and the cracked white paint of the door that nudged it open the rest of the way based on the outsides condition she expected dust mold and maybe pieces of the seeming hanging by a thread but the inside was completely different

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Garmin Launches New Smartwatches Including the Instinct Esports Edition

New Jersey 101.5 Programming

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

Garmin Launches New Smartwatches Including the Instinct Esports Edition

"Has several new ways to keep track of our health. The new vivo fit junior three fitness trackers, Khun be outfitted with kid friendly themes and guide them through interactive adventures for video game lovers. There was the garment instinct EA Sports Edition Smartwatch contract Things like heart rate and stress levels and also, let's EA sports players use the watch to embed that data. In gaming live screams.

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"heart rate" Discussed on A Moment of Science

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"heart rate" Discussed on A Moment of Science

"The picture new parents cooing their baby on the couch. The baby's quiet and calm and everyone's that wrist so their heart rates are low maybe around sixty or seventy beats a minute for the adults. But what about the baby? How do you think? The baby's heart rate compares to the parents newborns have resting heart rates are on one hundred to one hundred fifty beats per minute way higher than that of adults. In fact, a newborn resting heart rate is in the ballpark of the target heart rate for an adult doing a heavy workout. What gives why do you Bornes hearts beat so much faster than adults part of the answer? Lies in the fact that babies grow so dramatically they burn food in every sell their bodies to fuel that growth. The process requires not only abundance of milk, but also oxygen and it produces large. Amounts of carbon dioxide as waste, maybe. Ours work overtime to keep supplying oxygen and removing carbon dioxide to fuel their amazing growth, but growth isn't the only factor because it's not just baby animals. We're talking about adult chihuahuas have much higher heart rates than adult elephants. Why chihuahuas have a greater surface to volume ratio? In other words, that you wanna has a greater proportion of skin than internal tissue. Which means it loses. More heat to the environment relatively speaking than a larger animal babies hearts be much faster than their parents both to fuel their growth and to make for greater heat loss to the environment. So little hearts maintain a higher metabolic rate pound for pound, then big hearts this moment. Science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don glass.

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"heart rate" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"heart rate" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Are you today i'm amazing tom how are you yes are always is good i love your interest that kelly it's great to talk to you again i haven't touching awhile glad you're doing okay here i know this might seem like an obvious question but because you the professional i just want to ask why is making sure to take care of our brain so important well our brain controls our body a control everything whether you know our our heart rate are breathing uh w tells you when you're hungry as well as does those things like you're driving down the street and you see a ball roll out in front of you hey there might be kid coming behind it you'd better slow down or stop you know our brain keeps us functioning moving forward so when it starts messing up we start having cross or do like some certain disciplines that maybe you observe like when you get up in the morning of their certain things that you do that you know help your brain could going into the day well it's it's interesting there there's a lot of things we can do throughout the day uh you know it one of them actually and believe it or not are spending a few minutes here and they're playing games that make you think i'm not tictactoe okay but like to do co or oh yeah yeah you know where you have to sit there and process now you don't want to spend a lot of time doing that because we have other things to do but there are times when we need to have a little bit of entertainment and i really don't want to recommend sitting down in front of a television because the research shows that you're brainwave activity actually at times go down below that of when you're sleeping so it doesn't stimulate your brain the way we think it does but going maybe to see a play or.

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"heart rate" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"heart rate" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"And they've done it without our knowledge now what is almost microchips what do those microchips contain we already know that they can alter our moves by electromagnetic pulses being emitted by the we already know that they can alter our heart rate we already know that they can alter our mind the are capable of mindcontrol besides the fact that people can traces where we we are on the face of the earth and they can also arm i are excrete various types of hormones into our system we've already seen that were the bill gates said contraceptive microchip that he's going to be testing this year and putting into the sit on sale on as of two thousand eighteen and then last but not least people have to find out if they have them and go sued their physicians go and sue don't let them get away with this sorely billing below for you for this heart.

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"heart rate" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"heart rate" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"I understand about heart rate her is variability it's actually important for your heart rate to be variable uh so you actually want it to be at a high variability oh because that younes that your heart can adjust quickly what that's basically saying is say that i am sitting down at rest right and then all of a sudden i get up and i jog for twenty seconds if i have a high heart rate variability my heart is very able to very quickly adjust to that so it's not gonna take like my heart's not gonna have to go into overdrive to compensate for the fact that it was just sitting whereas if you have a low heart rate variability means it takes a lot longer for sort of things to get into gear a so it's actually this is something that is constantly changing so it's not just like i have a low or a high and then that's it forever your heart goes through patterns depending on how hard you working at any one points and whether or not you regularly work out so one of the reasons why it's so useful to athletes is you can actually look at it if you have a heart high heart rate vary a ability on that day that actually says you are at peak rest which means that you can do the most work and after you've done a hard workout you can check your heart rate variability at the end of the day and metal tell you for the next day hey you can still do some work or your heart rate variability is low at your body needs to rest and recover and then you could do another day of hard work the day after that sooner alatas views really interesting studies theathened simple is just because it's always measuring your heart rate uh but then some i think that's a significant yet i mean it has potential but again a denote a dose of shrill as on the only personal listen to a panel not wearing a bow tie of it only were apple watch i'm wearing a band of fitness ring road who've this thing has accelerometers heart remeasure measures sleep is a sponsor should mention but i'm wearing two i can get a second opinion the filo.

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"heart rate" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"heart rate" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"I can't remember the name of it but it uh does a similar thing it's a um it's as it's a smart ring i also have a year buds now that i got from job or the job or elite sport the that are just you know they're likely earlier but headphones but they can measure your heart rate they can measure blood oxygen they can it because they're in your ears you can hear you know you're listening music but they also say you're not working hard enough your heart rate is not high enough or slow down your heart rates to i this is this is where technology becomes very interesting as computing moves from these centralized computers the they beginning smaller and smaller and now moves into other devices i think it becomes very interesting when we're in this brave new world so i've i've josh i will ah i will contact sabrina thank you for the suggestion leila port the tech or calls red after this do you think uh a new generously my kids learn to touch type but i mean if even if you don't take taiping classes which many kids do uh if you're going to write papers in school you're gonna learn how to type you might be twofingered items studied typing but i've actually learnt had a type because he just add to and that was before computers that was just on it could typewriter and uh i think every generation the all young coming up is going to be doing that so there's this there's a lot of inertia.

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"heart rate" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"heart rate" Discussed on Back To Work

"Or i have been left out of the whole guy listen a merlin every we talk about a law blah john is dragoje oh i didn't unlike in my sleep moslem nelly young looming become imperfect person and uh but i i min and li a little jealous a little jealous well in for a lot of reasons i think there are people who might be looking for uh the ability to track their activity their heart rate their sleep and now there's a new way to do this and it is a it is a ring a ring ring that goes on your finger thing that that kind of ring uhhuh and this is a very very cool it's 247 fitness monitoring sleep tracking all of this in what is probably one of the smallest fitness trackers like any wear a tracks like i said activity sleep and heart rate but it's just a ring it's a ring on your finger and it's very very cool it's very lightweight it's durable it's asleep design it is waterproof it's made out of titanium it can basically withstand any element that you'd be if you're willing to put your hand in it it can withstand that and it's leisurely yeah and it's less than no kidding point one inches thick and weighs less than a penny and it comes in a slate grey and our arose gold i don't know how they made this thing this small i don't know how they made it waterproof it has apparently i read about this and hasic a curved circuit board and a curved battery inside of it jiminy and and so it's uh eight syncs up with your i west device wirelessly so it uses bluetooth but i haven't noticed any effect on like battery life are using one yeah have one hundred you get one i got one from the motive behind you get the right size it's a ring all right so they send you uh an at home try on sunday send you of a sizing.

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"heart rate" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"heart rate" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"But the games on into like to catch the game so you get on there and it's on tiny pickers these are worse that pick out what they they they travel the country and they pick out antique are you kidding is that really a shy think i made it up could be though it could be and you think to yourself that's cool that guy's got that cool all learn i wonder how much he's going to flip at four and whatever it is also does a jukebox all that kind of stuff and you go this shows like a six and a half or to show and i had the guys build the tree or something like that and you look at that shoniya this is cool but the monday night games on she make your radio with the devil you roll the dice ego go i'm going to push for out see if i can find the monday night game but now you're on channel two forty one and you don't know what that means on third tv and it's never listed annexing you know so as you only at someone in spanish and you're on channel nineteen thousand down i want my trieste show back can't find my way back to the tree how shelf where you're spending the wheel nut prices right yulin on seventy like oh that's a okay number on the show yes all right so lift and lift and tell you can't lift anymore right or get that gets you can take one eight each you're jumping off point take your age deduct that get your heart rate at that number and keep it at that numbers long as you there and that's something you could do year round and by the way it's not either or you should do both or do both in one session you has so which ones first is there met does it matter good question it's always better to do weightlifting first because you have more glycogen for that and you can just roll on forever and you fat on the other side so i will tell you to do the weightlifting first in and do that okay once we get on to the boat i'll tell you about tru car first then you tell us what we do once we get onto the boat true car man.

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"heart rate" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"heart rate" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"That truly and i say that as someone who currently is over i am overweight so i'm saying all of this you know with i mean knowing that like i know i am not healthy right now and i know it's poor selfcare that i met the way hot and and i wanna be body positive and i'm positive a my body i shall i showed up all summer in my bathing suit you know i i i live in my body positively but at the same time i know that it's poor care for me to not lower my way you have to as some point put in the work or or or do the right thing as i'm talking about it with foods and i i believe in moderation with everything i am not some crazy food dieter planned follower kind of thing but at some point it really is about your health and uh you know it's just kind of figuring out how to make it all work in your own life and maybe that's where the healthy balances as if it's about your health and out about your parents because i don't want to be down on myself for the way my body looks but i am down i myself about the way my body feels yes and out the way my health is right now and about my potential for elevated cholesterol are on a potential for you know not having a healthy heart rate and all of that kind of stuff that goes along with it and so i guess that's maybe that's where we have to ferret out body positively from just a total acceptance of not being healthy.

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"heart rate" Discussed on The Everyday Innovator Podcast

The Everyday Innovator Podcast

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"heart rate" Discussed on The Everyday Innovator Podcast

"And our our our heart rate goes up our lungs relief we breathe faster basically all the good stuff that's feeding our brain are cognitive capacity goes wet wade out so just so we need it the most are iq ragnar ability to logically reason think through things and especially be creative and explore alternatives literally reduces that literally physiologically happens to us and that's what happens when we go through change is that we um you know because it can be stressful can be fearful so we go to our our dominant kneejerk responses that a typically have helped us be successful but not always right and they may not be appropriate for the situation root beer were them we know that zone from this early of of emotional intelligence bush total still so how to be so and be a little bit more too with our emotions and those of people were trying to lead or impact or influence and you've talked about this term in the post of change intelligence can you tell us what change intelligence evolves absolutely so just like i said i believe that you know leading change developing products we need all our iq we need a raw intellectual intelligence and you're right to partner with others lead people through change no one's an island we need emotional intelligence understanding of our own emotions being able to manage them understanding others emotions be able to use that information of build relationships i believe that what we also need is changing tela gents and i say change intelligence or seek q interchangeably and what i mean by changing taligent is the awareness of our style of leading change and our ability to adapt our style to be optimally effective across people in situations that's two parts the awareness and be able to adapt so what i've seen chad in my almost thirty now year career is that so often people product managers executives frontline employees doesn't matter people when they're asked to lead a change or when they are asked to place significant role in a change they want especially when you look at positive changes like development in products right we can start off with the best intentions with the best intentions were excited or going down this new path we see the possibility right however are at some point what often happens is that we encounter resistance.

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"heart rate" Discussed on 1380 The Pulse

1380 The Pulse

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"heart rate" Discussed on 1380 The Pulse

"That your body needs in the bvitamins are one of the big keys of what really happens in takes place within the heart rate rhythm now the thyroid is a big player in it as well but your heart rate and rhythm has to do with minerals and the body has to do with the body guinean of vitamins separately the bvitamins and there's many of them and it that it that balance or imbalances there than a lot of times you'll find an irregularity now is their genetic component to it can be in certain circumstances but for the most part is going to be really come down to the nutrition piece that your plan and then of course stressed pleasure role and in mental stress can affect the heart is well but in the end of the day really comes down to the way your body's getting the right kind of nutrition neither make it work great or to make enough works are great and we want to get it towards work in fantastic and that's the big key okay so encourage you look at there's there's some really really great be complex vitamins but don't hinge yourself on a pill matter of fact was something like that it really is good to get either the nutrition you can go there physicians we have our different providers that do this where you can actually get specific nutrients in an ivy bag and you do and ivy drip and it works very well to increase activated vitamins into the system at specific doses that will help replace any of the deficiencies that your body has very very inexpensive but very effective to and can be very powerful and restoring the body so you might want to look into some of these activated vitamins and talk a lot about that in the book but they can they can do very well to really support you but i would look at that now you're eating habits number one all right so i mean at least think about this when they start talking about five or seven servings everybody gets confused i get confused so you want to think about it like this hopefully you're gonna eat five or six meals a day and i i do i'm a big advocate a multiple meals i know some people think about intermittent fasting one two meals a day that's great the evidence is so strong with given the body the kind of nutrition that it needs steadily throughout the day we need it so when i thought somebody that he's one.

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"heart rate" Discussed on Half Size Me

Half Size Me

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"heart rate" Discussed on Half Size Me

"More it progressively becoming more difficult difficult as you go along in till you reach your max heart rate so what we're tracking during that time period of not only your where you're starting your heart rate and then where if we can reach your peak heart rate but we're also measuring the amount of oxygen and c o two output that you have in your body to be able to tell you whether or not you're training aerobically that means with oxygen or anaerobic lay without oxygen when you start expelling more more carbon dioxide and you're taking in off oxygen that's without oxygen anaerobic so we can show you and monitor through that test when you're actually training aerobically which is the lower level and we we relate that would what your heart rate is at that time so for example someone starting out and exercise tests they're going to be aerobic it's a low level of exercise their heart rates going to be a bit lower and then they're going to get the point where they're out there and rubik threshold that's when they start comparing the energy path worry over into instead of burning primarily fat as its feel source converts over and starts burning carbs carbs like for a for fuel and then when you're anaerobic we'll be able to bring those with which heart rate zone here at once you start going anaerobic and see how much further you can get and the test and ideally someone that during the test will reach their peak heart rate and then we'll be able to show them okay you reached here's first off where your heart rate is off here's your heart rate training zones when you were actually we know that you were utilizing fat for energy at these own and we know that you were anaerobic at these though so depending on someone's program if they want to be fat burning and working at a lower level instead of using a calculation of.

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"heart rate" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"heart rate" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"If my heart rate word to drop below a certain level i could you know by the actual level or whatever so is so is that what happened so so your heart rate drops down yes oh i would be far the accident after about some things and he sent me today are we did earn the me to do some lab they did lab and it showed up a problem and so they will mean down to the er and it would while i was in the yard that i actually coded oh gosh perk high so quite quite fortunate miracle of again pointing it actually occur i mean if you're if you're you know if you're going to pick a place to be you might as well be there right yeah well you know i'm gonna tell you about some stuff but i'd like to you to ask your doctor about it be because you know i just want to make sure that he's cool with us there's a there's a product called e heart monitor and that's it's like a the letter e and heart monitor and then he hard monitored there's a band and then there's also a watch that you can wear they also has a pulse tom and so that this way you can check your oxygen level and then you can also record your polls and okay and of course the band in the watched as the safe thick but it's different in that unlike a fit that just tracks it and then sensiti your smartphone is that you can set thresholds in the app and on the watch on the band says if ex happens contact.

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"heart rate" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"heart rate" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"Monitor sensed that was their primary business until is you category tracker came along so we'll do step servais do but the heart rate at real work was run cheaper it's the g yes that's a little tricky cause most of these will tye do a phone of what the phone do the jeep yes because if you had it yeah why house to help the only well i mean that's why i'm getting rid of it you don't you don't if you get in so many of these don't require phone not many some the problem with the putting in jeep yes in a watches it it takes a battery life right and it makes a watch low but bigger but some watches now do had cheaply as apple has started putting keep yes and their series to apple watches i'm not gonna recommended apple watch cause you have to have an eye from i was going to say i knew your again it's a apple watch well in does all of that doesn't talk to you some of the sam send year watches will do that as well but i think you're actually do on the right track with these polar one which which polar you interest in the three six stands and so you're upset and alex formed i read it's not it's not pretty like they play but i think you have everything that i was then goals four hundred cheap yes running watch i mean these this yeah this looks pretty nice except for the talking to i'm very expensive now it's under two hundred bucks that's good yeah has built in jeep yes so doesn't require phone polar dez you know always the king a heart rate monitor so i would bet there watches do a very good job all look.

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"heart rate" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"heart rate" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"You in a polar am forehand so everybody who his knows about polar polar makes heart rate monitor is in runners watches of their stuff is is you know serious stuff like like the gar men like there are serious runners are your runner what does he want to keep track of tom well i mean i want to know but he beer than the mark monitor for those who are are a good bet i also with attractive to a because i use where i'm keeper and i guess i think when that's right what a little wanted known avoids recognition because i always my small now and it's so big i used to high cooperate now i'm running and it's going to be a good but i like the phone be cheered it and now inferred right we went out you know without me looking good for the defeat why i don't know of a wants to talk to you like that i know is that a nice thing you've gone one mile and you've when steps and you know i love that every so everybody will sync with run keeper cause that's at that's the standard straubel run keep her my fitness how all of these programs will work with almost any fitness band but so really your real is that what you your feature said the you watch heart rate of course everybody does some do better than others the best the best heart rate monitor is an apple watch the next best heart rate monitor my experience as the fit there but i would expect polar to be very good because they make heart rate.

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