17 Burst results for "Hyperthermia"

"hyperthermia" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:20 min | 6 months ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on WTOP

"Further investigation may reveal the cause of death was not hyperthermia. This week's heat wave comes a little more than a year after the state's historic heat dome event, which left nearly a hundred people dead. The gross domestic product declines for a second straight quarter sparking recession fears. It comes as senator Joe Manchin and Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer have come to a compromise over a healthcare climate and tax initiative spending package. Manchin says the agreement is not adding to inflation. He said, will you at least do this, which is basically the Medicare, the Medicare pricing, the reduction in negotiate. And I said chuck, we could have done that. 6 months ago, we can do it tonight. We can do it tomorrow. Sure, I'm for that. Count me in. Republican lawmakers have blocked the passage of a bill in the Senate to expand healthcare coverage for military veterans, exposed to toxic burn pits during their service. Non passage has drawn criticism, including from comedian Jon Stewart. I'm going to support the troops. You support the war machine. That's all you care about. CBS is Jim crisilla on a new study focusing on LGBTQ young people. One in four LGBTQ young people experiencing high levels of Trump said they had attempted suicide in 2021. That's according to a survey from the Trevor project, an advocacy organization for LGBTQ youth. Over 300 anti LGBTQ laws have been introduced nationwide this year, and at least 25 have been approved. It made route 66 and I 40 drivers in New Mexico do double takes, a new sign pointing them toward Albuquerque misspelled the city's name, losing its R a transportation department spokesperson says they got calls and emails and the misspelling was fixed. This is CBS News. Need to hire quality candidates fast, you need indeed. The end to end hiring solution attract interview and higher candidates all in one place, visit indeed dot com slash credit. It's ten O three on Thursday, July 28th, 2022, a nice 75° tonight in the district. Good evening, I'm Kristen Wright, the top stories this hour, D.C. mayor muriel Bowser is calling on the federal government to do more to help the district handle a flood of migrants, who were being bused here from two Republican run states. It's obviously politically motivated. Days after The Washington Post editorial board called for mayor Bowser to quote provide more concrete leadership on migrants being bused to D.C., she maintains that the Texas in Arizona governor's actions are tied to politics and continues to call for the federal government to step in. I've also asked the secretary of the army to deploy the D.C. National Guard. Referring to the issue as a humanitarian crisis, Bowser says she expects for more migrants to continue to arrive as the city struggles to find spaces for them. The number of people crossing the border seeking asylum, we expect to only go up. Anneliese Gayle, WTO P news. Meantime, in a related development, immigration agents have found over 70 migrants, living in homes in northwest D.C., operated by human smugglers, NBC News has reviewed internal documents that show 13 children and 60 adults were discovered by ice investigators as part of an operation targeting those 6 homes. According to the documents, the agents also found $95,000 and cocaine, a small amount. The documents don't give addresses or neighborhoods for those homes or identify the accused smugglers. So far, no response from ice. D.C. police are extending condolences to families after shootings yesterday that killed three people and wounded two others, including a pregnant woman who is expected to survive. Two of the shootings involved hundreds of rounds fired from assault style rifles. One would be an AK style assault rifle and the other one looked like an M4 star. Andrew John Haynes, D.C. police. We have not recovered any of the guns and we have at least two shooters. There, he's talking about shootings on Bernie plays and fourth street southeast, where there were no apparent intended targets

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

05:48 min | 7 months ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"So early that evening, around 6 p.m., she decides to clean the entire car out. One way or another, that should help her find the source of the smell. She grabs some books off the front floorboard to put in the trunk, and when she pops the trunk, she is completely frozen. At first, she thinks she must be seeing things, but then she realizes she's not hallucinating. There in the trunk of her Ford Taurus is a man. And before she can even look at his face, she knows it's Rick's senior. For a second, Kim S doesn't know if he's alive or not. She thinks that he might jump out and attack her, and she backs away screaming. But after that initial moment of shock, it's obvious to her that he's actually dead. He's already starting to decompose. His skin is discolored, and he's fully clothed in the fetal position, with his legs curled up and his knees against his chest. There's even dried blood coming out of his nostrils. Chemists calls 9-1-1 and police are stunned. I mean, this isn't exactly a common occurrence. And by all accounts, she's probably been driving around with him in the trunk for more than 24 hours. As far as they can tell and what's later confirmed by autopsy is that this was some kind of freak accident. Rick senior crawled into the trunk on his own and died of hyperthermia, which is basically overheating, combined with cocaine and alcohol intoxication. It looks like he got a copy of Kim S's car keys when he stole her purse. Police actually find the black handbag in the trunk with him and the keys in his pocket. Look at this, please also find a knife in the trunk. Now Rick senior was apparently known to carry a pocket knife, so I'm not sure if that's the knife they find or if it's another one. But Kim asks and the police think that he was planning to jump out and attack her when she least expected it, using the emergency release handle inside the trunk, which according to reporter Deborah hirsch of the Charlotte observer was working just fine. So investigators theorized that once he crawled into the trunk, he must have somehow gotten disoriented due to the heat and the drugs and the alcohol, so he wasn't able to carry out his plan or even free himself and detectives tell investigation discovery that prior to his death, Rick senior told friends of his that he was going to give his ex, Kim S, the surprise of her life. Now Jaime's mom Kim Frehley is at work when she gets a frantic call from her sister who tells her what's going on.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:07 min | 9 months ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Out in the snow? It's 32° below zero. Celsius and my dad is working hard. Licking beyond the extent of hyperthermia, hypochondria, and all the elements combined. He works to build a fence. A true servant, a true worker, a true exhibit of hard work, and ethics. This is my father in whom I am well, pleased. Nice. Did you guys know this little thing that they added in our production studio? There's a bar that shows you how long the video is going to play for. Look, I wasn't paying attention. I was just jamming. Yeah, that was reading. You guys missed the rehearsal, you know? Anyways, welcome to the Bitcoin podcast. Episode number. 391. I am recording from an interrogation room. Today, one day, you'll have a proper setup again. Yeah, man. They're doing the trim on my studio. True. Almost there. Two months away. Anyways. I'm the host that talks first. My name is Dee. I am home to talk second. My name is doctor Corey petty. And I'm the host that talks third Jesse broke. Nice. How are you? I'll go first. I'm good, you know? It's a bit of a year. 2022 has been a year. It's like that transition. I feel like the world is reminding itself that COVID is mostly waning. And so there's a transition period now where people are back out, but still look confused. So people don't know how to be outside anymore. Yeah, I'm like, the grocery store they're like, hey, you touched that grape shit. I touched that gray, but I'm like, oh, fucking mother. It's the same rules as before, I think, right? I don't know. You know, there's transitions. Period. Damn it. Do you eat grapes like do you like before you buy it? Do you like rub it and then eat it? Yes, I do. You rub it. Some people, some people like rubbed the grape on their shirt, and then they try it before they buy the bag. Wipe it off on your shirt. Pesticides in your shirt. You just rubbed it. No, no, no. That would be a little bit weird. I must make a wish on this grape. Before I eat it. I do. Sometimes I just do it in my hands. Just defeats the purpose. Yeah, sure. Sorry, Jesse and I can talk about fruit for a very long time. We once had shows that were sponsored by a dried fruit manufacturer that never actually sponsored us. We reached out to actually our sponsors again when we drop our ass and get some. Anyways, this is the Bitcoin podcast where we don't talk about Bitcoin. Pretty much what everyone want in crypto. Sometimes life. Sometimes you want to wrap it up. We're going to just say like it's over now because the Bitcoin is dead. Is Bitcoin dead? Bitcoin diet? Yeah. Oh, no, that's the sentiment. That's the sentiment right now. That usually means we're close to a bottom. We're like three, four months away from the bottom. So Darren coin desk that says Bitcoin is dead. On coin desk. Oh, I bet I bet there's something on hacker news. Coin disc is saying Bitcoin is dead. Oh, wow. That's impressive. I'm checking hacker news and see if there's any money saying Bitcoin

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

01:41 min | 10 months ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Out in the snow? It's 32° below zero. Celsius and my dad is working hard. Licking beyond the extent of hyperthermia, hypochondria and all the elements combined, he works to build a fence. A true servant, a true worker, a true exhibit of hard work, and ethics. This is my father in whom I am well, pleased. Hey, it's me again. Does your job still suck? Are you still mad at your job and therefore life sucking? Then you should join the Bitcoin podcast slack, where the people there don't suck, or at least their jobs don't. So, in essence, their lives don't either. Join the slack. Hold on. Got some. We got some new hats coming soon, right? Hell yeah. Are you excited? Yeah, this thing's browning. This used to be a black hat.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"And when they did it at certain temperatures, they noticed that once they hit about 39°, which is around a 102 Fahrenheit, there was a tenfold increase in the amount of interferon that was secreted by the lymphocytes. In other words, that once you hit a certain temperature, there was a, you know, without signaling just the temperature itself caused the cells to secrete more interferon. So imagine what we would do if we had people who had fever instead of trying to reduce the fever, we actually tried to stimulate a fever in adults who came down with COVID-19 to see if that would help in terms of getting over the infection. Stick them all on a sauna. What you're saying, right? You know, this is something that they did. This is something that they did back at the turn of the century. Yeah, it's quite powerful. You know, you also sort of mentioned a lot of cardiovascular benefits. I've seen studies showing an increase in heart rate variability, which is the complexity of your heart rate, which correlates with health and the robustness of your nervous system and decreased stress response. And I think that there are countries like Mexico and Germany and others that use hyperthermia, which is we're literally the heat you up to a 107°. They put you under anesthesia. They give you IV fluids, and then they heat you up if you're trying to fight, for example, cancer or fight the Lyme disease or viruses. And it's really effective. And when nothing else has worked, I've sometimes sent my patients for these treatments when they've had severe chronic infections that don't respond to normal treatments and they get better. It's really quite remarkable. Yeah, I know of a place up in Northern California called Weimar university where they actually have a hydrotherapy group there. And they don't do it with general anesthesia, but they do have some pretty experienced hydrotherapist that will get the temperature up pretty high. And to the point where they're almost passing out and they do that. I mean, they're heating us up to a 107°. Yeah. Which sounds crazy. But I did it. I did it because I had Lyme disease and babesia and I just wasn't right. And I actually found it worked. And I and my wife at the time did it as well. And she had really high CMB virus, which is a particular nasty virus that we often get. And when we're younger, and it takes up about a third of our immune system in terms of it's just uses up a lot of energy to kind of keep it under control. Like a herpesvirus like a cold sword. It's actually one of the herpesviruses. And when she did the treatment, her antibodies came down and her.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"I barely have time to brush my own teeth twice a day. I can't even imagine if i if i had to brush ten ten teeth a day or let's just say once a week i mean that's a lot of dogs to brush their teeth and do they do so. We're talking about brushing teeth with dogs. Do they like it eventually. Some dogs do you know this is gonna sound a little bit weird but you gotta remember. There's meat flavored toothpaste out there for dogs and many pets. Find super yummy. So i mean there are ways you can make it better. You can you can desensitize them. You can get in there and just do the more regular application of the brushing. That can help to all that good stuff. Yeah meat flavored toothpaste. How's sound junior. I was just joking. Because i know you love your burgers. Oh no oh gosh the taste of the texture of that just. Oh oh my gosh. It's funny will you know what's funny is an animal. I think at once the weather gets cold and more. We've talked about this over the years. I'm there's a lot of people out there listening that. Feel the same way as soon as the weather gets too hot but especially when it gets too cold the first thing i do think about oh my gosh. All the poor animals out there. They're all wet and they're cold and they're starving and they're just they're lost and i just i hate thinking about it. I hate thinking about an animal suffering in the cold and so What are what are some signs of exposure in animals. If they've got you know a what's a hypo hypothermia. Wait no what is Hyperthermia hyperthermia okay. Okay what's with an our yes. I mean there's several things like i've i've been to the chivalry that just like human heads. Shiver to generate heat and if if it becomes it's shivering becomes a really violent An animal can become listless uncoordinated..

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Dr thomas siegfried. And the the care oncology website which weaves together stacks of kind of like Pharmaceuticals that are used for purposes that they might not have originally been intended for but that went stack together can have a profound impact on on halting the development of cancer helping the bodies to do better with with something like chemotherapy. And then you know people ask me like what would i do if i wanted to tackle cancer from. They'll turn it of health standpoint or using my type of approach. Well it would be everything from you know. Daily frequent consumption of hydrogen. Rich water into tearoom depleted. Water hyper tonic. Water solutions to the use of plants and mushrooms. With specific medicinal properties that are anticarcinogenic. Like chagas or ashy. Taba tumor eker burdock mistletoe or melatonin or many of the things that i talked about with With dr thomas cowan have interviewed him. Probably one of the one of the guys who. I also really really respect when it comes to to healing daily use of oral or iv An rn a d. or an Which is just wonderful. Four supporting the motto qendra in a scenario such as cancer off frequent high-dose vitamin i see the consideration of even things like ozone plasmapheresis or ozone blood replacement. Iv therapies frequent. Use of rife therapy pm therapy and hyperthermia. You know using what would be called like european biological medicine which really hasn't It really hasn't penetrated into the us quite as much. But you know. I've i've taken people over to for example. The swiss mountain clinic across the border from italy up in the up in the swiss mountains as name implies and they have a lot of these like rife machines and pm ethin- hyperthermia hyperbaric. Oxygen would be another example infrared. Sauna would be another example. Coffee animas elimination of non native m. f. like wi fi and bluetooth and significance smartphone usage. High-dose t. cell therapy in places like like mexico or speaking with a guy like dr matthew cook about things like that emotional detoxification focus on gratitude and prayer and meditation relationships distressing. You know the use of a mixed to cough role and took a trying which appears to be an effective strategy for multiple types of cancer. I've discussed in my in my pocket. Dr berry ten. The list goes on and on. But but that's just an example like i. You know in a very similar manner as dr phil. Bredesen's talks about in his comprehensive book. You know the end of alzheimer's about stacking multiple modalities from fish oil to a ketogenic diets to you. Know infrared light for the head and you know all sorts of things for alzheimer's or staving off. Dementia you know. I tend to when i look at healing. Not just pick one thing but i'll stack a lot of modalities when it comes to everything from you. Know joint pain due to cancer. Alzheimer's dementia you name it any. I'm not dr. I just pass on advice to people about these type of things and then you know the the other thing to take into consideration is of course you know books like bruce lipton's the biology of belief or even the old like having the best book when it comes to like manifestation the effects that are sub-conscious has or biology. You know books like Joseph murphy's power the subconscious. Mind you know he had he even has affirmations in they're very similar to To dr dawson church also wrote a book And has a meditation protocol eko meditation all based around directing your mind to heal your body. Joseph murphy even has a wonderful meditation for healing principles. You know like in his book. There's one meditation. I really like you. Just repeat every day. When you're in meditation or with your eyes closed and it says i will restore health under the and i will heal the wounds. Say at the lord. The god in me has limitless possibility. I know that all things are possible with god. I believe this unaccepted wholeheartedly. Now i know that the god power in me makes darkness light and crooked things straight. I'm now lifted up in consciousness by contemplating that god dwells me. I speak the word now for the healing of mind body and affairs. I know this principle within me response to my faith and trust the father does the works. I'm now in touch with life. Love truth and beauty within me. I align myself with intimate principle of love and life within me. I know that harmony health and peace are being expressed in my body. As i live move and act in the assumption of my perfect health becomes actual. I now imagine in seal the reality. My perfect body on filled with a sense of peace and wellbeing. Thank you father. You know those those examples of affirmations healing affirmations that you finding a book like joseph murphy's power of the subconscious mind so when you we've all this together i guess ultimately i'm a fan of the idea that the body is able to self heal when placed in the right environment and when considered as as just like a giant battery that can be electric chemically-charged. I'm a big fan of stacking multiple modalities and a big fan of of the emotion behind healing so when a mass will approach to healing is and how might be different from a traditional approach. You know those those are those are so my thoughts regarding that all right. The next question is what is my favorite quote. And why why got to tell you you know. My my office is littered with posters. You know quotes by thomas merton and theodore roosevelt and does the tons of quotes everywhere and my screensavers on all my computer's. Whenever i i have a new quote that i like i'll add it to my screensaver pop up whenever my computer just kind of kind of doing his thing and so so i can see that but i would say that my favorite quote and this is the same quote that's emblazoned on coffee mug giant coffee mug that i drink from every morning is probably the one by by theodore roosevelt. The man in the arena and many of you might be familiar with this inspirational impassioned message that he delivered. I think it was. It was in the early nineteen hundreds. It's one of the most widely quoted speeches of his career and I believe it was in paris that he gave this lecture as now known as the man in the arena the quote from this lecture. But it goes like this. It is not the critic who counts not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who's actually in the arena whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood who strives valiantly who heirs who come short again and again because there is no effort without error in shortcoming but who does actually strive to do the deeds who knows great enthusiasms the great devotions who spent himself in a worthy cause. Who at the best knows in the end. The triumph of high achievement. And who had the worst if he fails at least fails while daring greatly. That his place. You'll never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat. Supposedly he had a microphone would have dropped it right then..

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Tom Hartman program Our book club selection today is titled the end of ice bearing witness and finding meaning in the path of climate disruption by darja mail The dedication of the book this book is dedicated to the future generations of all species know that there were many of us who did what we could This is from the introduction The fall lasts long enough that I have time to watch the blue ice race upward ends of time compressed into glacial ice flashing by infractions of seconds I assume I fall in far enough that I've pulled my climbing partner Sean into the crevasse with me This is what it's like to die in the mountains a voice in my head tells me Just as my mind completes that thought the rope wrenches my climbing harness up I bounce languid to the up and down is the dynamic physics inherent in the rope play themselves out Somehow Sean has checked my fall while still on the surface of the glacier I brush the snow and chunks of ice from my hair arms and chest and pull down the sleeves if I shirt Finding my glacier glass is hanging from my pocket from the pocket of my climbing bib I tuck them away I check myself for injuries and incredibly fine none Assessing my situation I find there's no ice shelf nearby to ease the tension from the ropes so Sean can begin setting up a pulley system to extract me I look down Nothing above blackness I look at the wall of blue ice directly in front of me Take a deep breath and peer up into the tiny hole into which I'd fallen when I'd punched through the snow bridge spanning the crevasse The same bridge shot had crossed without incident as we made our way up Alaska's mountainous glacier toward mount Marcus baker in the chugach range You get to look down one more time than that's it I tell myself out loud Again there's only a black and a void yawning beneath me swallowing everything even sound My stomach clenches I remind myself to breathe Sean are you okay As I clamp my mechanical ascenders to the rope in preparation to climb up Yeah I'm all right but I'm right on the edge he calls back I can't set an anchor to get out of the system So don't ascend We're going to have to wait for the other guys to catch up Time passes The onset of hyperthermia means I can't control my body from periodically shaking To ignore my fear of dying I gaze meditatively at the ice a few feet in front of me as I dangle The miniature air pockets found in the whiter ice near the top of the glacier have long since been compressed producing the mesmerizing.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"It's in the literature. There's reviews meta analysis showing the cognitive he before depression works. Half people will get that and then half also get the whole body hyperthermia sessions and we will see does adding the whole body hyperthermia lead to larger depression decreases and you might be wondering. Why don't you do it differently. Why didn't you just do just the sauna versus like just cvt or something like this while it's really tricky ethically to recruit patients with depression and the not provide them with a treatment that we know works and tell them oh and by the way. Don't do anything else while you're doing this thing. That's very very tricky thing to do. The better thing to do is to say okay. Here's what we know we have already. Can we do better than that right. Yeah and and also the biomarkers along with that which is what as well. It's like well you know if we see changes in inflammatory biomarkers or bring drug nerve traffic factory chuck proteins or any or all of the above. You know we can start to understand underlying mechanisms here. General and that is it's it's so exciting The whole the whole research is exciting and the fact that perhaps one day people. Can you know in some form or another use whole body hyperthermia in in this specific type of sauna treatment with their head out. It's accessible like you said it's you know whether or not someone can do it at their house by themselves. Were not i you know. That's that's to be determined right but this is a step forward and this is a huge step forward. I mean we're we're just several of the gaps one of the key gaps that we're addressing is we're gonna be giving people eight weekly whole body hyperthermia sessions right. So that's a lot. We're gonna see people willing to do this. do they. Get more benefit this way because all of those other cities that i mentioned they only gave one whole body hyperthermia session and we saw that huge. Drop one week later right. What happens if we give a second session. One week later. Are we gonna see another huge drop. We don't know we need those data so we're going to be doing multiple whole body. Hyperthermia sessions were also going to be measuring body temperature at night during their entire time if they're in treatment because they're gonna use a wearable device being when they're sleeping instead of using you know an dwelling rectal probe. That's kind of a hard sell to get people to wear that for like i don't know ten weeks. I don't think they're gonna go for it. We're going to measure. Depression symptoms daily using smartphones. So that we can actually see when symptoms are changing..

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Whole body hyperthermia treatment. And i'm gonna talk about what the differences are there in a second but it was a very good idea for a placebo condition for the study. So the whole body hyperthermia condition the folks randomized to receive. This were put into a kind of whole body hyperthermia sheen that involved infrared heating lamps and this is a pretty fancy machine they run about fifty thousand dollars. You only find them in hospitals. They're made in germany. it's called the heckle and it's a pretty involved experienced. So these people who were randomized to receive hogan hyperthermia went into this on a tent if you will the heckle machine and they were heated until they reached a core body temperature of thirty eight point five degrees celsius. After that time the sauna was turned off and they stayed in there anyway for another hour just lying there and during that time there temperature actually continued to rise all the way up to about thirty eight point eight five or so degrees celsius and all during that time. They are sweating. Sweating swing their hot and what's really important to know about the sauna. Tent is that their head is outside of the sauna. So you asked about the differences between regular sauna and whole body her hyperthermia. This is a major one when you go into a sauna your whole body is going into the sauna including your head with these whole body hypothermia protocols in many cases your head is not in the heating element. It's outside of it so you can be drinking A person can be attending to your head putting cool cloths on it and so on like they did in that janssen study now. The other half the people who didn't get the whole body hyperthermia. They were actually put in that same machine but it wasn't turned onto very hot and they the lamps turn on and they got a little bit warm but they didn't get anywhere near as warm. I think it was ninety. Nine point five degrees fahrenheit that they the control condition got into. And what's more is that. The of the study actually asked all of the participants. So what do you think you got. Do you think you got the real deal. The whole body hyperthermia. Or do you think you got the control condition. Some one percent of people in that control condition thought they got the actual sauna treatment. So why is that exciting because when you actually look at the change in the depression scores for these people. It was pretty remarkable the drops in depression within a week or pretty impressive. And what's more those drops were maintained six weeks later and this was one whole body hyperthermia session and so the difference between the groups was pretty notable six weeks out and especially one week out and this study caught my eye for a few reasons. One is that.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Mason. Who is the director of the sleep eating affect laboratory at the ocer center for integrative medicine at ucsf. I'm super excited to have her here. Today she specializes in various different. Non-farm lock pharmacological treatments for changing behaviors. I guess whether that's sleep or eating behavior disorders or affect disorders mood disorders. And i've had two of your former mentors on the podcasts. Dr illicit apple. Who i believe was your post doctoral advisor. Ucs and your former graduate advisor. Dr charles on one. Who one of my favorite podcast guests. Who who who's done a phenomenal job on starting this whole body of research on the effects of whole body hyperthermia for treating affect disorders like mood disorders and depression. So super excited to dive into all that with you today but Maybe we can start with some of our overlapping passions with getting hot absolutely absolutely. Well thank you so much for having me here today. Longtime fan of the show. It's really exciting to be sitting here with you and yes. I am super passionate about sauna and whole body hyperthermia protocols and their entry into the space of treating mental health disorders. I think it's a really exciting area. So maybe you could refresh viewers or listeners. Memory or even people that are not familiar with the podcast. Dr charles on where he discussed people are familiar with the term sauna and they know a lot of people use the sauna or they've seen it there jam but whole body. Hyperthermia is a new term for a lot of people and It's a really important one. Because there there is a that is what you know clinically was used or is used to treat. We're shown to help treat depression. And it's can you explain a little nuance there with the whole body hyperthermia and how that's different from just going in the fauna church. Sure so it's it's an emerging field and like you said. A lot of people are familiar with sonnets at their jim. It's maybe even their house. It's when they go on vacation and going in the sauna and sweating and then leaving. It is very pleasurable. It is often relaxing. Calming people. enjoy doing it. They often report that they feel better. Afterward whole body hyperthermia protocols are a little bit more intense so if you ask someone who went into one of the saunas and one of the studies that i'm sure we're going to talk about today. They might just not tell you. It was a spa like experience. It's very intense. There's a lot of sweating and you get very very hot and whereas with sauna you might go in it for fifteen twenty minutes go out of the sauna to cool down for a bit go. Back in with whole body hyperthermia protocols. You're getting heated pretty consistently for quite a while until you're on the other side and you're going to be done. It's not so much going in and going out and going in Process and with whole body hyperthermia protocols especially in studies. There have been a lot more steps to control the experience than say going to asana at your gym and we can get into. Some of those are wanna talk about the specific studies but they're pretty different experiences although they both involve heat and maybe like. Let's let's talk a little bit about some of the preliminary findings that got interested in this research in the first place. Yeah absolutely so in two thousand sixteen. This paper came out by johnson and a bunch of other co-authors where they reported on a whole body hyperthermia protocol that they had used to test as a treatment for clinical depression and this study was impressive for a number of reasons. They recruited thirty some odd participants who had pretty significant depression and they randomized half of them to get a whole body hyperthermia treatment or half of them to get a sham..

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

The New Yorker Radio Hour

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour

"Settle a place and what the politics of that would be like and how it would be negotiated and i admired his work for so many years. Because he's a he's a humanist in the deepest sense and he's also just great fun to read I in many ways reminds me of mark twain in terms of being both in terms of being funny and in terms of being very much about what the psychology of of our country and our world is about right now so the new book is about climate chains. But maybe not the straight up apocalyptic version. What do you to well. What i think what jimmy most of all was not the thing that most people have noted which is the very scary opening scene Where an enormous heat wave smacks india but more the the long long long list of ingredients in the recipe for our salvation. A kind of a drawing from every possible source science economics Nonviolent movement building Maybe a little bit of dark arts thrown in there all of which combined offer if not salvation than at least a plausible root out which seems to me as much as one could possibly ask for it at the moment. You got the chance to sit down with kim stanley robinson. last week. indeed. I did and what a pleasure. Let's start with a little reading your newest book ministry for the future starts with the heat wave in pradesh in in india. And let's hear but if your description of that event which we see through the eyes of an american aid worker named frank okay. i'll start. This is very near the first pages of the book. Everything was tan and beige and a brilliant unbearable white ordinary town in utah prudish six. Am he looked at his phone. Thirty eight degrees and fahrenheit. That was he tapped hundred three degrees humidity about thirty five percent. The combination was the thing a few years ago. It would have been among the hottest wet bulb temperatures ever recorded now just a wednesday morning. Wales dismayed cut the air coming from the rooftop across the street cries of distress a pair of young women leaning over the wall calling down to the street. Someone on that roof was not waking up. Frank tapped at his phone and called the police no answer. He couldn't tell if the call had gone through not sirens now. Cut the air sounding distant as if somehow submerged with the dawn people were discovering sleepers in distress finding those who had never wake up from that long hot night calling for help. The siren seemed indicates. Some of the calls had worked fank ticked his phone again. It was charged showed a connection but no reply at the police station. He had had occasion to call a few times in his four months here. Two months to go fifty eight days way too long. July twelfth monsoon not yet arrived. Focus on getting through today one day at a time. Then home to jacksonville comically cool. After this he would have stories to tell but the poor people on the rooftop across the way standard feels like. You're barely beat ahead of the news here. This books a year old. Now and in the meantime we've seen the highest temperature ever recorded in europe the highest temperature we think in canada. Since the pleistocene we've had the hottest year on record across the globe does it feel like you're just barely out in the world of science fiction. Yeah it sure does but you know i wasn't really i mean i am a science fiction writer in the near future is an interesting zone to try to write. It always is But this one was really an easy call to make. There was an argument between mitigation and adaptation and some people are saying look we. We can't possibly stop climate change so we just have to adapt to it and humans are adaptable. But they're wrong about this one thing. We can't adapt to high heat and humidity in combination. It simply kills him in some hyperthermia. The the course that we're on now in the rise of temperature and the latest. Ipc report indicates where we're at is such that Big swath of the earth's surface could become uninhabitable for weeks. At a time. It'll come and go The weather is so variable and and so I when i rode. I was writing about a present danger. It was not like a fifty years out. It could have it could happen now. In pakistan and united arab emirates there had been a brief moments of wet bulb thirty five and if that lasted for twenty four hours it would have been a catastrophe. So we're right there. Yes we'll part of what's interesting about that and you just referenced. This most recent ipc report. Which was you know in many ways. It kind of Medical readout of the planet's future is if we were a patient and yet passed within a few hours in the news stream that we were in in pretty soon we were onto the dozen other things One of the things that happens in in ministry future is that the key way in india seems to be large enough event that it finally starts to shake the system. A little bit by the neck is it. Is that how it's going to be. Do you think there'd be finally some trigger that that really does that or is it going to be a slow accretion of these events. One after another. I would reckon a slower chretien But the danger of a really big catastrophes there And could happen. And that will not change the world that the rest of the world will say. Well india's hod or indonesia's hod or alabama's hot and they'll say it can't happen to me. This is very common human response so Even in my novel i wanted to portray a best case scenario for the next thirty years of how we did things right. We might come to a a place that that the people who living than light so after my postulated weather extreme heat disaster. I had the paris agreement. Meet at a cop meeting in decide that they were not keeping up with the pace of catastrophes and set up a standing committee to study it and it gets the informal name of the ministry for the future which is to represent the people who the future in current legal situations and political situations. And what they do from that ministry is. Try all over the world to cooperate and coordinate with any project. that's doing good things and forward the good and of course there's resistance and there i have my plot I i don't think there's any one trigger. That'll make us respond. Well we're going to have to Educate ourselves and fight for it every little step of the way i think even after twenty million people die in a heat wave in india people are still taking vacations having government street. You know making a living having festivals making music. There's something about that that seems to me to inform this book in many of your books that sense of people figuring out how to cope in one way or another with the world that we're sliding into yes. I think that's right. I mean i do that. And that's a good story to tell. Because of the the post apocalyptic zombie imaginary in our culture that after us the delusion. Those poor people are be eating their pets and eating each other in. Oh gosh we're better off than they are that whole dystopia post-apocalyptic strain it doesn't serve as a warning. It doesn't make you change your behavior. You don't worry that the debt or going to come charging out of the graves in the real world. So i reject all that and i i write as a utopian science fiction writer which at the moment rat right now in world history means that I have to set a pretty low bar for utopia if we dodge a mass extinction event in this century that's utopian writing. That's the best we can expect from where we are right now and having.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"I should thank you for starting that business. You the one who in two thousand fourteen gave us the leg up bide recently quit. My job hedge funds to start health. Coaching business can't say that my wife was Particularly fun of that decision at the time of daughter was six months old. she's here the ancestor household. Simplistic now. she's seven. It was scary. And you had me on co-founder jamie who's a medical doctor. And that was what started. Nourish bounce thrive. I still get people come to me today as i. oh yeah. I heard you on the band. Greenfield cost like crazy. I'll say this over the sound of the leaf blower. We'll always be sure to tell you guys if you can anticipate Sound pollution background. But anyways i was just going to say. Chris thanks to my royalty checks want. I want your first horns son. Yeah i should say that we really just been hanging it over here sits then anyways this conference has been interesting james next door breath expert is here. We were just talking with diana rogers who just produce the film Sacred cow garrett to important message. yeah yes. She was sharing how they've had trouble getting on netflix due to its controversial content but anyway so just a quick thing about this ancestral health. Symposium i believe if you google it or i think it's ancestry foundation dot org or something like that all the all the audios. The videos are available to To watch and apparently mind will be audio. Because i was roaming around while i gave my talk and and they were trying to keep me in front of the video cameras but anyways so if you want to check out the imposing go. They're gonna talk about today chris. Well i wanted to talk about. So i thought it was timely. I thought it was fell. I thought it was really important. I don't hear that many other people talking about loneliness. Perhaps we should start by telling us. Why did you choose that topic. I think i saw schedule that you were going to talk about something else. Then maybe that right. Yeah i was supposed to talk about hyperthermia and cold thermo genesis. Which is my super making me. Sound smart way of saying hot and cold these days especially because i'm speaking less and less just mostly due to kobe restrictions and me wanting more family time so picking and choosing my talks quite carefully. I was a bit remiss to give a talk that someone can download for free on my website or talk about content. That really could on on podcast before and for me. Personally i've been on a little bit of a of a journey of creating community locally of sharing experiences that i'm having whether it's food or workouts or travel or anything else with other people despite me kind of liking being by myself and being a little bit introverted and having a passive almost like priding myself on being a loner i've realized especially during the pandemic the power and almost like the ease.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

"Northern climates. probably not too big of an issue that we worry about up here However she got a patient. That's traveling and you know they're traveling You know to to desert or you know really warm. Climate for the time of year that they're going That might be something to to give them a heads up to be really really careful that they may be a little bit more susceptible to hyperthermia in elevated temperatures there Also i did want to mention Med one one dot com the blog. There did do a recent article on drugs. That cause hyperthermia so if you just google search that drugs that cause hyperthermia med one one That should definitely Pop up for you a search engine if you wanna see Some other meds In addition to anti-colonial jake's that may cause hyperthermia great little article there to go check out and a few good refresher. Is there a couple of other things about the patch that it did want to mention. So from practicality standpoint patches generally going to be more expensive so probably one of the big reasons why you don't see that compared to the the dirt cheap oral tablets there however There is probably a lower incidence of Dry mouth and constipation. i'll keep in mind can be dose-dependent and that type of thing But using that patch formulation May cause a a little bit less problems with the gi tract. There all right so let's take a quick break from our sponsor and we'll wrap up with. Drug interactions fear in the market for pharmacists board certification. Study material.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Healthcare360

Healthcare360

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Healthcare360

"A week it is much more effective at killing cancer cells than the hyperthermia treatment that we just studied for five years. Which by the way is very effective now in two thousand eleven i went to the institute and they had one little sauna steam room finlandia thing in the spa when i team back in two thousand thirteen which was after that conversation with arthur coined after clement had plastered these infrared saunas all over the institute. When i heard that story dude and i went into depth that i'm like i've got to get a sonic as it pushes them. Heavy metals toxins out the deepest levels. It works at the oil-based organs like the gallbladder. In the liver in burns fat. I is clinically proven. People lose weight without even doing anything because it melts fat. Push stuff out. So i became a clear light sauna dealer. They're great saunas new. Ems and all this stuff. People can't afford 'em do because we're like thirty five hundred sixty five hundred expensive history. I have showing up today or tomorrow. There's little on dude small a fold up like really small and so anybody can get them. They're like i think like sixteen hundred bucks or the unit or units. And i got one that was two grand. You just plug him into a one ten. You don't have to have electrician. Come in like five hundred bucks to put the big heavy amps in and all that stuff right what this company did was they lined the internal service of this heavy mesh stuff with silver threads in refracted the foreign for red heat like thousands of times. So you just get into a little with the little. Foldable chair is zip. Pushed the button. I've done it a couple of times down. This therapy clinic is like i have to have one of these escorted. You don't have to turn the thing on weight. Fifteen to twenty minutes for heat up and i'll burn all the electricity is zipping up turn on in three minutes. You're sweating profusely fifteen to twenty minutes complete.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Quite as heavily motivated to learn the same thing when clients come to me and they all have problems. It's you know every single time. I'm solving a problem for someone who doesn't have a perfect life. I'm helping to make the world better in helping to spread knowledge about different conditions. That people say so. That'll being said. I do think that most people do kind of walk around. In a sub optimal state some optimal state mentally sub optimal state physically sub optimal state spiritually. And so. I think that many people can get closer to the so-called perfect wife and they actually are and that that can include harnessing not only ancestor wisdom that we find in everything from arabic and eastern medicine beyond that human beings have gathered for thousands of years about ways that we can treat the body ways that we can align our chalk rose ways we can increase energy flow ways that we can utilize all of god's good creation from herbs and spices plants and different products to enhance our physiology. But it also means that we can utilize a lot of these modern tools of so-called hacking infrared. Therapy and hyperbaric oxygen therapy and hyperthermia cold domo genesis and different forms of supplements and neutral mix and smart drugs different dietary factors in. You know. there's all sorts of things that we can borrow the ancestor wisdom and modern science. That i think can certainly get us very close to operating at the optimal level that they said the human body and brain were designed to operate at avid say perfectionist always a little bit of risky kind of definition but at least you have coming closer in paramus of also the ingredients and identifying ingredients for most of the people people i know or i believe i know so. Let's put vice versa on a term of coming close to perfect. It's something you'd still are striving to have it even better or to feel like being grounded in face being grounded in family and being surrounded also back that make your life as perfect as it is a death on good. No i am not perfect. And i wake up. Every day seeking ways that i can have more energy seeking ways that i can grow spiritually and grow closer to god seeking ways that i can answer mental function seeking ways that i can achieve an optimal combination of lifespan and health span while fighting the uphill battle against mortality. That we all face and that we all face. It seems more intensively in this post industrial era where we have lots of non native forms of everything from electricity to pollution to You know to even some forms of medical care such as vaccinations that were exposed to that dictate that you know. We're we're always going to need to kinda like wake up and be aware of these things and and pursue ways that we can. We can help to make ourselves more. Impactful this planet with the life that we've been given and so so. Yeah not only that but also just a voraciously curious man. I wake up every day just interested in all the articles and the research and the books in the audio books in the podcast. That helped me to learn more about the human body. Mind and spirit simply. Because that's what i love study in. You know many of those things that i find her wind up being things that i apply for for myself i own. My family sells for my clients held. So so yeah i. I'm still definitely driven to get as close to that state of perfectionist possible while acknowledging the fact that total perfection as kind of alluded to is not necessarily something that that is attainable realistic wonderful. So i know it's a very hard gardens beginning of an interview but you basically appointed as a question yourself already so what what would be your definition of the meaning of life. Insys context striving for perfection is kind of being interested in things going on hopefully with you define likes the meaning of life for yourself and for your family. The million dollar question for the billion dollar question right. What is the meaning of life. Well there are very few people walk around confident that they do know the meaning for life because as you know there are thousands of years of philosophy from you know from marxism to buddhism to stoicism to msci and beyond all that have attempted to define the meaning of life but unfortunately the meaning of life cannot really be ascertained. Unless at some point in attempting to ascertain the meaning of life you set aside scientism and rationalism and logical thought and everything else that we seem to be married to these days when we're seeking the meaning of life and we instead embrace these virtual and the esoteric and so the way that i look at it from that perspective. Is this way right. If we're looking at things from a scientific standpoint standpoint the meaning of life is survival we are all a bunch of checks of flesh and blood floating through a solar system on a giant rock attempting to procreate and to have sex and propagates ourselves to live on in future generations we are attempting to fulfill maslow's hierarchy of need through attainment of wealth or cars or homes or food or anything else that will allow us to survive or to climb the social ladder so that we can be contributory members of our tribe and also so the tribal not shown us or kick us out and we fight fight fight and kick kick to be able to fulfil maslow's hierarchy of needs and also to survive and propagate or species until we die at which point based on a purely scientific revolutionary definition of existence. We are then gone. And if you were to introduce some type of buddhist philosophy to this we're not gone and that our soul might live on to be reincarnated to you know to to live another life as an instructor as a flower as another human being or whatever the case may be. I don't really believe that. That's true personally because i have introduced an element of absolute truth in my life that is void in many of these philosophies and also i.

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"hyperthermia" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"hyperthermia" Discussed on KCRW

"At least 198 people died in Washington and Oregon due to ailments such as hyperthermia and heat stroke, according to state and local health authorities. 82 of the deaths were in Washington. That's double the amount of heat related deaths recorded in Washington over the previous five years. Washington Climatologists say extreme heat events are predicted to happen more often due to climate change. Many of the deaths were among people who did not have access to a home cooling system. For NPR News. I'm Page Browning in Seattle. No major damage or injuries are reported following yesterday's strong earthquake along the California Nevada border. The magnitude six quake did trigger rockslides that closed sections of interstate highway for a time The earthquake was centered south of Lake Tahoe. This is NPR news from Washington. State lawmakers in Texas are considering new voting restrictions as they meet in special session over the next month in Austin. Pfizer says it plans to seek authorization for a covid 19 booster shot with the delta Vary it now dominant in the U. S. Here's NPR's Rob Stein, the company says a third shot of its vaccine boosts the immune system pretty substantially, the company says that should help increase protection against the Delta variant. But you know the CDC and FDR, stressing that no one needs a booster, at least at the moment that is and the World Health Organization agrees with that. In Bangladesh. At least 52 people have been killed in a fire out of food and beverage plant outside the capital as Hashmi to Pontiac reports that fire broke out last night. Some of the factory Wilco's died after jumping from the upper floors of the building to escape the fire. Relatives of vocals gathered outside the factory and alleged the building lacked fire safety measures. Industrial disasters are common in Bangladesh, especially in the country's cramped garment factories. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Authorities in Sweden say nine people were killed last night in the crash of a small plane carrying a group of skydivers. The single engine plane went down about 100 miles west of Stockholm shortly after takeoff. Wall Street futures are higher this morning ahead of the open. Dow futures are up 267 points. I'm Dave Mattingly in Washington. Good morning. 5 33 here at member supported KCRW. My name is Matt Dillon with you for morning edition on this Friday. It's off to a good start for you up.

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