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"hypochondria" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
"Another symptom along with thursday and headaches. So when you were experiencing bitter taste in the mouth food for thought slice contact your local acupunctures acupunctures look to sit with an acupunctures. Go into detail with you based on your constitutions to what's going on now another thing that can cause disharmony and the gallbladder external pathogenic factors in this case dampness because dampness can affect the gallbladder leading to this the sluggish into pettiness and stagnant flow of cheap now many individuals who suffer from dampness in the gallbladder tend to be individuals that live in hot and humid country in my college because my main clinic is the main acupuncture clinic in new york city. But i have colleagues on several different continents many different countries and the ones that are located in hot humid countries tend to discuss damp heat nagoya bladder cases as well as just not even all the time. Even some cases dampness. In the gallbladder now damnation aglow gallbladder would present. Let's say jaundice and a person would have dull yellow eyes skin in hypochondria pain. Like under your right rib. Your will livers located toby. Like some dough. Pain annoying pain no foolish and distinction as well and a person can present with nausea that can be bombing and inability to digest fats. And you notice that when you start. Also in the toil they'll also be like a dull yellow sclera. The white part of the is and really like filter urine thirst. You'll happiest sticky taste in your mouth with a dull headache in a feeling of heaviness in the body. that's an example of an individual with damp mission. Gallbladder can cause that again. The the goldblatt gallbladder be affected by external vice which leads to retention of dampness in the goal plan. Diet can play a part eating too much in a way of greasy. Fatty food and dairy food. Can cause this. Because dampness in the gallbladder generally tends to cause a feeling of fullness in the hypochondria and an overall general feeling of heaviness is well. That's that's what it tends to cause and an acupuncturist when they noticed when diagnosis what they do with. They'll look to do as a treatment. Protocol resolve this dampness. They will look to clear out the gall bladder Promote or reinvigorate the smooth flow of liberty last mellon shown cases as i said before this dampness can also present his damp. He works in the goal. Gladys where a person would present with. Let's say hypochondria pain fullness in distension they can be some vomiting and nausea again an inability to digest fat complexion would be yellow. There'll be stock yellow urine which is also a sign of dehydration as well but you can experience a fever and you can feel thirsty in just really. Don't care to drink any and there's bitter tasting. That's key bitter taste in your mouth can be some dizziness ringing ears. Which is tonight's irritability having this throughout the entire it or can just be in certain areas of the body. You'll be numbness of limbs swelling of the feet loose stools or even constipation or it can even alternate as well and a feeling of cold and heat can alternate is well. It'll be a yellow square. Oh why to ride but you know to an acupuncturist just hearing you know. Bitter taste in mouth noticing. A thick sticky yellow coating on a person's tongue with hypochondria fullness. We would have a general idea. This is dan. Peop- gallbladder working causes stuck exterior pathogenic factors again such as external dampness depending on climate hot and humid stamp out like whereas in this case dampness combined with he as a result of hot and humid weather which affects the body the human organism to form. Damn now another contributing factor of damp nicole bladder can be as a result of diet again eating too much in a way. Greasy fatty foods dairy. Which i'm totally against just thrown out.
"hypochondria" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Those are some very very interesting statistics. And if you don't believe those headlines let's go right to their actual data summary of the mortality in the report here. And if you look to the right you have two columns one at the very far right percents percent of child cases resulting in death and the one right next to that says percent children of total deaths. You can see on the far right. The percent of child cases resulting in death has been point zero one percent from basically almost the start of twenty twenty one until this most recent report. That has not changed. Yeah we're rise. Sent me seeing it right there right. We should be seeing this rise coming into april of of the delta variant. And there's nothing there i mean. It is zero point zero one the whole time exactly if the delta variant was really that deadly for kids we should have been seeing some effects there in about mid june by about june nineteenth june twentieth by the data. From the cdc. Because that's one about a third of reported cases in the us all cases worse we're finding delta so we're not seeing that we see with with all due respect to that data down here we do see in the percentage children of total debts. We see it go from point. Zero six percent two point zero seven percent so small small number. But i guess i wanna make a note of that but now let's go to the summary of hospitalizations because the question is why not dying are they are they. What's the hospitalization rate. Is there some number here. We should really worry about same thing. Far to write columns percent children of total hospitalizations. Two point three percent can see. It goes from two point zero at the bottom again. This is an april. Two two point one to point two two point three but again on the far right were hospitalization rate. We're seeing point. Eight percent point nine percent. It's not really these astronomical rises and just for just for understanding hospitalization is basically means being admitted to the hospital providing treatment of any kind to a person that is been admitted to hospital inpatient in the hospital. So we're talking. When we say hospitalization this could be a vast array of things from allow serious to an iv drip little. Yep right maybe talking oxygen. It's really sobering to see these numbers and this is why we wanted to do this. Because it really comes at a data. I mean i don't care what new york times washington post want to say about the high wire spreading misinformation or cnn or msnbc. But you people. Are you know a tragedy when it comes to news. You're not giving people today. Do you think they could scare people if they said you know that. The risk of dying is zero point zero one percent. You better get on it. I think people like wait a minute. That's ridiculous but they won't they. This is what. I'm so brushing with with the mainstream media. Give people the facts. It's been a year and a half stop just like blue. V aiding at them with your hypochondria matt walls puts it and start seeing some data. We have the data. this isn't a mystery one. You let me decide. If i think that that's a high death rate if you liked that clip and be sure to check out our live broadcast of the high wire every thursday morning at at eleven. Am pacific time. You can watch it on. I tunes and twitter. We'll see you there..
"hypochondria" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life
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Tom Hourigan, BBC News Journalist, on Reporters' Mental Health During the Pandemic
"Tom to journalism dakota uk podcast. What's the working situation like fuel cell from the moment when speaking Pretty normal ashley for us. I'm part of the main national radio. Newsroom at the bbc's headquarters in london. I'm for the most part we have been working in the office and that is mainly being technical reasons other than anything else. The bbc simply hasn't had enough laptops to give out to the hundreds and hundreds of staff that we have so we have been coming into the office. Open very kovic secure. We've been doing covid tests before we started a run of shifts with social distanced Meetings on zoo now So it's all very siphon. It's quite strange how quickly that has become normal practice compared with how we were just a year ago and running a completely different sort of operations. So we're still producing all the same content. Hopefully listeners won't notice too much of a difference but it's actually quite different in terms of the the way that we're working in the office. But i have done very little working in the large air and so i've had a more normal pandemic than a lot of other. People are surprised business as usual than yeah. I guess oh Because the knees wheels. Keep turning. And i'm working on output for radios to full mainly and there are huge audiences to stations. Who are expecting us to be giving them as much corona virus news and updates as we possibly can and so we don't have a choice you just got to keep on trucking and you've been busy In january this year you launched your website news break yes and that came about because i was alarmed quite frankly at the start of the year any people i was saying on social media and this was journalists from across the sector and not just broadcasters that i know people the i never met who seemed to be really quite despondent that we got into twenty twenty one and things hadn't changed from people i've spoken to over the last couple of months even though it was obvious that we weren't going to get into january and suddenly everything would be k. Again i think psychologically people thought that that would be the opportunity to maybe look full woods getting into a new year and yet because nothing did change. People started to think well. How much longer are we going to have to do this. How much longer are we going to be. Just bombarded with so much grim information that we have to process and imparts an audience in the clearest possible way that we can seemed endless. You've already seen a range of contributions from reporters at pale. See sky news and global radio. What's been the key takeaways of those pieces and some of the common messages is being amazing. Really how willing people have been to be completely honest and upfront about the experiences that they've had we've had a whole variety of experiences shed with us from people having to move home in the middle of a pandemic and going through personal tragedies like the loss of relatives at having to juggle that with the grenades that processing a work and having to strike some kind of balance and inevitably taking a huge toll on them. And we've also had people talking about the ways in which their day-to-day lives have changed work. You know we had somebody right for us in local radio who has been pretty much entirely working from home in a way that hadn't happened during the pandemic and yet there is still the responsibility on them pretty much. Is the soldier journalists for that local radio stations to provide listeners to that station with the same insight sign local knees into stronger balance between bringing people the information that needs to about corona virus. And everything that's going on. We're licensed the pandemic in their area but to find light shade to how he had taken great comfort for his own personal mental wellbeing. In seeking out the happy stories the quirky stories. The thing that people remember at the end of the knees. I think shown the there are so many different approaches to dealing with wellbeing to managing your own wellbeing. And there is no one-size-fits-all experience. Of course there is. Everybody stories is individual but the way the people have dealt with. I think has given something people who've read the articles on yeast break a little bit of an insight into again making them that they're not alone that they can be a route through even if things seem really difficult. Great to have talking about experiences isn't just writing into the void it's resonating and having that ripple effect as it were. Let's come onto your own experiences with mental health tom. What can you tell me about that so. I was diagnosed with health and cries. He some years ago evan. In a nutshell. It's basically what used to be called hypochondria. But i would suddenly develop a symptom of some salt. Be that Amal come my body or a strange sensation. In my chest you focus on it. It becomes something that you come ignore. The more you worry about it was the simpson becomes suddenly. That's the way you perceive it because the brain very cleverly is mimicking the simpson rav of actually being a sign of something serious. But you don't know that and because you have the status in your minds. The nagging doubtful sajida to adult show. You go have various tests the knees really and until you get results. That comeback clear it's negative than you can't rest up econ rest easy and that becomes sometimes. We'll encompassing it. Got so bad for me that i had to go into therapy because it was taking every waking soul when you're trying to do a job like mine as journalists with you gotta have your wits about you gotta have you full focus and i couldn't devote mine time line sometimes so the task in hand so i that something has to be done about it so i went through several courses of therapy and ended up taking medication. Which is she helped me a lot. It's not for everyone in my side. That everybody i speak about this but for me. It is certainly helped for me to get in control of the health anxiety. It's not a kid by any means. I think very few people who've experienced mental health problems that the kid somewhat like that but it certainly allows me to be in control of the rather than it being controlled mate.
Vampires in California? Of course. It's Richard Trenton Chase
"At the risk of this podcast. Turning into a true crimeline. I felt the need to find a case. That was a both interesting to me in a realize sense but still holds an air of legend about it monsters. Don't just stocker nightmares. In fact the worst of them live right next door. Yeah think about that the next time loan at two. Am in your apartment. Your sorry nevertheless anybody who has listened to this cast for any length of time will know that i have a love for vampire lore and stories that mix with my recent really vigorous fascination for serial killers. It was only a matter of time. Before richard trenton jays popped back into my memory. He was a terrible man. Just a poor poor soul in all honesty and parts of his story might even make you feel a little sympathetic towards him. But don't they call him the vampire of sacramento for a reason but starting at the beginning chase was born on may twenty third nineteen fifty and by all accounts. He was raised in a very strict household. You know the tape. Some of you probably even lit belt. Beatings verbal assaults. The bar soap for dinner. That sort of stuff. I'd imagine. Richard went through as a child. It was through this abuse. And probably something that was already loosened his head that he began starting fires and torturing and killing small animals traits that were once thought to be the surefire sign of a psychopathic killer. As richard grew up and started the old dating cycle. He was never able to maintain a girlfriend and apparently he had a few in his pyu peasant years because he wasn't able to keep little richard up for very long all his girlfriend's eventually dumped him for it. Obviously this would be frustrating to a young man and surely all kinds of thoughts flew through his head. Maybe he was gay. Maybe he was afraid of being gay. I so many men in sixties must have felt when the problem persisted into his late teens. He decided he'd better go get his head checked out and so we met with the psychiatrist. Who told him to. Cause impotence likely stemmed from repressed anger and that he was likely suffering from a rather serious mental illness though he was not suggested to be committed likely suffering from mental illness and repressed anger. Look no shit sherlock. I mean how much this shrink actually knew about. His past has to play a role. When somebody like chase walks into your office. You should know almost right away that this guy is going to be bad news. It's not like he was had bundy not overly handsome charismatic. Not the type where once convicted people will be like. Oh no no rig. They'd be more like yeah that makes sense see. There are different types of serial killers out there. There's organized killers who plan stock and meticulously performed their kills to perfection and leave nearly nothing behind. That would have been ted bundy in his early years. Then you have. People like chase who fall into the disorganized killer portfolio there's sporadic they don't generally plan and there often messy yet. They're still difficult to catch due to the randomness of their crimes. I mean that's the barebones explanation of these types of killers but should be enough read understand the motives or lack thereof for chase's crimes which will get to shortly as chief ruled or. It was clear that he was becoming more and more unhinged. He moved out of his parents. House at one point and rapidly went through a number of roommates. It no not like that more like. They just couldn't stand him. He was odd to say the least and heavily involved in drugs hard drugs when he was stoned. He was paranoid actually. He was probably pretty paranoid when he wasn't stone to one report has it that he nailed his closet door shut because quote people were invading his space from in there and yeah clearly a mind that is not okay that that was just the start our boy. Your development do quite hypochondriac. He always thought something was wrong with him and he would pursue it until he was either cured or fixed or whatever. His mind told him was okay. There are reports of him entering the emergency room saying somebody had stolen his pulmonary artery and he was there to find them the person who stole the artery that is he claimed that bones were coming over the back of his head and that his stomach was backwards and his heart was stop beating. I'm guessing because he no longer had a pulmonary artery. Make sense after one of these shows that say trysts diagnosed him as a paranoid schizophrenic. But thought that some or all these psychosis was due to his drug use was put under seventy two hour surveillance and it was recommended that he stay under supervision but it was ultimately completely up to him. See i've always heard that in. Some people don't know that they're insane. So why would they seek help and state of acidity if they don't think there's anything wrong with their brain just that its stomach goes backwards. You don't supervision for that. So naturally he left facility when he was able. He moved back in with his mom after a little while. But he was so deep news hypochondria and drug use that it began to take a toll on everybody's life including hits. of course.
The 'What About Bob?' Test
"Legend has it. There was a stone at the entrance. To apollo's temple in ancient greece and on this stone two words. No thyself is the legend true. I don't know the better question. Is it possible to know thyself. We've been exploring this question as humans for thousands of years through introspection and self examination through religion and mindfulness and therapy. But i tend to think it's not possible to know thyself at least not fully to bump into the borders and edges of who we are but i do believe it's possible to uncover more and more of yourself in the course of everyday life. I think one of the best ways to do this is through connection to other people. I think of the waste. Cs lewis describes the connection of friendship in his book. The four loves he says. Let's say you have. Three friends will call them. A b and c if a dies which dark turn then be loses not only a but as part in see the explains what it means. He says it each of my friends. There is something that only some other friend can fully bring out by myself. I am not large enough to call the whole man into activity in other words. What i spend focused time with my wife or one of my children or a family member a best friend one on one time. Which is the closest connection in the world. Because these are people i cared deeply about how even if i give them my full undivided attention. I will still be unable to experience them in their fullness. And why is that. Because i'm only experiencing the part of them that i draw out of them now. If we added another person into the mix someone else that they cared about they would change right in front of me because that person would draw out another part that i don't have access to another part that we don't connect on i'll take it further a while back. My wife threw a surprise birthday party. I had no idea was coming and she brought together. This group of my friends who don't have much experience around each other in a few days after one of my close friends somebody who knows me. Very well mentioned. He'd never seen me laugh that way before. And that i. I was confused as trying to like go back in time in revisit the night and then i remembered who was there and it made perfect sense. My friend larry was there sitting right next to me. And there isn't a person on the planet who makes me laugh like him and you can probably relate to this right you get around certain people and they bring out that other side of you. That element of mischief that twinkle in your eye you tend to get in trouble with that group or you have more fun with that group and it's not because you're being fake or putting on a show. They're pulling something out of you just by their presence. Because people bring out different elements of you elements you might not even know you possess until they arise getting around others is one of the best ways to figure out what you have kicking around inside. That's a wonderful thing. It's also a little scary because we might be surprised by what we find so this brings us to the. What about bob test but first a little context if you haven't seen the film what about bob is a comedy from the early nineties about an esteemed psychiatrist and the patient who follows him in his family on vacation. Bob is the stalker patient. Played by bill murray and when he meets with his new psychiatrist. Dr marvin played by richard dreyfuss. His introduction is direct keeps it real the simplest way to put it. I have problems. He goes on to describe. Ocd panic disorder with agoraphobia. Hypochondria multiple other phobias and a list of other struggles.
"hypochondria" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Kids go to a tree? Gonna let up people ring your doorbell. You're gonna wear a HAZ mat suit when you answer ring number Karen in Scottsdale on Karen talk, so I don't have to hear him sing way we are letting our little one struck a tree and we are setting up chairs in our driveway. Our neighborhood is saying that everyone has to do table in their driveway. Kids cannot come up to the door to trick or treat. All right, Who said that? Who made who made that decision? The way No way. No way. Yes, Tho Way is telling you that people can't bring your door bill. That is correct. Got Tio? I mean, I think it's I think it's an okay way to do it, and people who do not want to participate has to keep their lights off. I think we do live in California. Chad Benson, wealthy. Hou is also Latin for California. All right, so you're going to set up a table and chairs will be outside. Kids are going to come by you going to give him candy and It'll all be good. It'll all be good. I'm putting in a little baggie so they can basically have a self serve station and have their little candy dragon. Alright. Thanks, Karen. Everyone have a good time. Oh, I can't believe the H O A is doing that. Can you love always ghettos? I mean, I like, Yeah, like always, But this is a little bit too much. Listen, the ultimate germophobe right here. Okay. Hypochondria Gaydos of fine with people trick or treating or wanna rap name you want to? It's an awful ratting out rap name. If you want to come to my house, I'll give you a piece of candy. I don't think I'm gonna get sick. Lisa in Avondale, are you? Are you kids going trick or treating? Hello, Lisa. Is that Avondale? I got Oh, Lisa, Go ahead. You're on the air, You know? Okay, We're gonna let our daughter circuitry was one of her friends. And we went to the dollar store and we got a bunch of different kinds of candy and put it in a big bucket. And so they're going to walk down the street, but they're not going to approach any houses and they're going to say trick or treat Eddie House and murdered a row candy in their bags. Even she had what's the thought of not letting them trick or treated Someone's house. Well, First of all, my mom's going through chemo, So we have to be really careful who worked those two and we don't know when we're going up to the door for getting exposed and the touching of the candy and cleaning the candy wrappers and just seems safer, all right? All right. I want you to have fun. You're going to do it. You're gonna be safe. Fantastic. 277 are Ryan and Mesa. Ryan..
"hypochondria" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"The issue I had. was. A month before. That letter in the letters column actually showed up God. How do I it's? It's it's. It's a crazy thing to try to explain. It's a crazy thing. Oh my God! The people. who were commenting. In the old issue. Were commenting. About? The issue. That contain the national visitor. which was a piece? Know. then. Utilized. repurpose. Re Re shared. Republished reprinted. In the latest edition of Man, I hope I hope that explains it. Is it blew. My mind is I as I continue to. Open it up. So I. Continue to unravel the mystery. Just to just adduced doozy just doozy. So I'm going to As I seem often be on my way to the. to the post office. Send off his father's Day cards. We got a stamp on each one. But you never quite know old if he happened to have the proper amount of stamps or not. Unless you. Let's say. Sheesh man! Never. Know you never know. The whole thing's a hologram everybody. Things, a Hologram. How things are GonNa? Come back up how they're going to reemerge other going to. I'm walking around through the through the sidewalks and seeing more people out. emceeing more activities, happening and seeing more people just listened. Conversation happening is they're not wearing masks. There's a skater. It's not wearing a mask. Like. Isn't this suspicious to the rest of you guys. It's gotta be. It's gotta be suspicious to right. Is this suspicious to yes or no? Because if they suddenly started opening everything. Aren't you going to be suspicious on why they made us wear these masks in the first place? Then makes me wonder. What was the motivation and making us wear the masks then? You know ultimately. If If it was if. They're. God. Like Din today I saw A. Video from a nurse who actually works? As a nurse at elmhurst. I think it's called Elmhurst Hospital. It's like the keeping epicenter of the center. For some reason, all these people keep going there, and they're all sick and all these dead people coming out of there. And they're wondering why well. This nurse said that they're putting covert patients on floors with NONCOVIC patients. And they are just confusing the nurses. And You know these nurses take a code. They take it. There's an oath. Take. and. You know to follow. The family wishes basically. And these doctors were saying you know what? What we? Order you to do supersedes whatever the family wanted, and or whatever the patient wanted. Some guy went in there. Who filled with anxiety? Just filled the things I'd except he kept hearing about covert. freaking out, anybody was saying. Of course. My Gosh, anyone who's a hydrocarbon hypochondria, a hip. No, what is it? So many things they're sick all the time. One of those folks. It's GonNa set crazy right then they start thinking about it. Home I gotTA show my Gosh. I've so much anxiety there breathing heavy. They're going. They're having anxious a anxiety attack. And these people are putting them on ventilators right away. And we keep hearing how these ventilators are actually killing people. And she's talking about how the yeah the the people who are like cleaning the floors. They're not even like. MOPPING UP ANYTHING NOT EVEN MOPPING UP THE FLOORS The nurses are required to wear like this minimal. You know not not any normal. Stuff! They would normally wear that. Would that would actually? Help keep them from catching it. So, there's just a loud strange stuff. And how they were required to say that this patient had covert epic covert, she had these she I think. She had google glasses because she would. She was recording. She's videotaping. The conversations she heading, what was going on? It's it's it's interesting. What's the end game. What's the master plan you know? Now. From a universal perspective. The higher mind we could easily look at this hologram. We could easily look at this crazy illusion. We can easily look at all this stuff. That these limited minded humans. Are trying to do to to. To. Affect the populace. And keep them. On their toes keep them worried. You know I thought he was really interesting. How? I. Thought it was really interesting. How Oh Gosh. What was it? Oh yes, yeah! Basically. How? Once okay we had to. Tr- we had the quarantine. Everybody's inside. And all they have basically is their TV. Yes! Then also those who don't WanNa Watch TV sick of watching all the news. They start tuning.
"hypochondria" Discussed on Tales from A Butterfly
"That Builds and I'm your host to reassure window so let's get into it. Merriam Webster defines the word bridge as a structure carrying a pathway or roadway over a depression or obstacle and London Ward. Is That Bridge to the community walking away from her lucrative nursing career while taking care of her children's father after he experienced a traumatic brain injury and finding out her youngest daughter had cerebral palsy. All of this with the nine months of each other. She decided to take a leap of faith even if it meant starting over and she became what she always knew. She was meant to be an entrepreneur. She founded snob Nail Salon. A Nail Education Training Centre with her mission being to produce young black entrepreneurs and creating an impact on the positive side of the beauty industry through educated skillful male. Tech's London Ward. Is that bridge for those that need help? Getting over there obstacles to get to their entrepreneurial purpose look just one more game please running back so the first segment is nursing to nails one thing. That really stuck out with me. When I was researching you was learning. That you're Children's father had a traumatic brain injury. And then you find out in your pregnancy because you're pregnant all within nine months this happens that your daughter was gonna be born special needs with cerebral palsy. And during all of that within those nine months you having to take care of your children's father and then knowing that your life is going to change in terms of the way you have to raise your youngest child you decide so walk away from your nursing career and step out on faith and you go in you. Start Building Your Business and your brand. Which is called SNOB nails so for those of you listening? I'm GonNa say that me and London have been recording and my recorder kept stopping and closing because I was running out running out of room but I was determined because I know London store needs to be heard. My listeners need to hear it so I'M GONNA ask London if she could go back. You were talking about how you look back now and don't end knew that it was your faith that carries you through because if you had a really thought about it then if you had let yourself think about what you were doing you might not have been able to get through it but you said you look back now and you realize your faith that got you. Can you go more into that? Yes so as I stated before. I'm a person that always sees the glass half full. You know. I'm never one of those with me. I'm never one of those looking for sympathy. You know I internalize stress versus taking an hour. Everybody else even a now. My go through these thing and so while I was dealing with my daughter's father suffering from brain injury and dealing with my daughter being born and ended up suffering from cerebral palsy medical malpractice. It was just like so much that I'll hit with within the same and when I was in it like I say it wasn't to me that I was much to me. It was just saying guy got me? I'm GONNA be alright. We're going to push. We won't keep it moving. You know I had my moment where I would definitely go off because I do have an older daughter as well so I would go off you know the RTD. Cry Extra tight. But for the most part I kept my dealer you to say you know what God got us we here. We're GONNA keep moving and now here we are boy is Nader and I find myself actually being able to tell myself it's okay to grieve. The loss is or green. You know the situation or to actually confront them and say Monday you dealt with a lot you read through a lot and you know British stronger now but deal with those traumatic things so that you can actually heal altogether everyone or anyone that encounters me and know me. I can probably you all type of things about myself. My story have gone to everything when I get who my I I found myself. Always you know. Crime was hearing up or bear that burden of either one not being so willing and open to talk about it or either shutting down and Connolly still trying to keep the white whiteface just so that I can get through whatever it is and I'm trying to spread. Why so now? Do you find because you said the the medical malpractice and I noticed you said with your do you can tell your story but when it gets to your daughter you feel a certain type of way. Do you feel like that's because you know. Sometimes if something happens we we. We may say okay. It just happened versus if it's something that somebody else did. That could have been prevented. Had they done what they were supposed to do? Do you think that that has anything to do with it in terms of your daughter? Because I didn't know that it was Medical Malpractice. How did you? How did you handle that and still be able to go see that doctor and you know and not take it? Ironically my story has many many layers of my daughter. Didn't I get her diagnosis until she was sixteen months? So as a nurse I noticed there were different deficit. That she wasn't hitting that she wasn't doing and so six days. Oh she has suffered also Africa which is is sad for almost Mike Redknapp. Because during that time. They told me that she had had to bring Hammer. Did and a seizure and let lost other things and so as I'm sitting here going okay. Well tell me what's going on. And how does this work? What do we do right? I as a nurse right and so I got the runaround or the Oh you know babies of their own time and officers nurses and doctors to thirty minute. Visit Right that that answer. I just refuse that. I knew that for my father having traumatic brain injury and forbid that wash your rain it must be raw okay and what my group fight and I can. You know. Take a different doctors. Which in and did getting someone to him and so ironically after being fed up with the hospital I won't name it but I ended up switching her doctor and when I switched doctor within five second of the doctor walking and saying my daughter is touching her she say oh my God do it has Hypochondria and so. I know that there's a difference in hyper and all these medical jargon that you know you and I own my God. What have you ever since the Rosie and she goes yes? Your daughter has two people pause now story before we got this far so as six days. Oh my I was accused of actually What do you call it Give Him my child's shaken baby syndrome that we for. Let's go down that road June of giving my baby shaken baby syndrome because they had never seen nothing never seen. But it's not common for a baby to present with brain damage or how bleeding and no one has actually gone trauma to the child. Okay Okay No. That's what leads to them doing whole Kathy investigation and doing all the MRI's that stuff which is where they found out that she has some rain. So I had to actually go. I got locked up. I got a near things yet and so in all of this. I'm saying to myself. I see how people falsely confessed do a crime because the police is treating them a certain way or using them and it was so crazy that I had to myself right right exactly and so then I was like not not that of the and I ended up getting thrown. Look there no. I didn't do anything for my daughter. Okay you need to figure out what the situation is. So after they had made their whole investigation It's a forty eight hours to run out and do everything they do. They Tang back to me and they actually positive actually still have the netter from the mayor where the me up policy on an apartment yes because normally when? Bayden prevent that they have actually been view but it took Bourbon investigation into my daughter's medical records and all of those things and find out that going delivery I had a saying and during delivery sex and everybody don't but doing every They used forceps which they wasn't supposed to do and so in delivering instead of doing sat inside they use that and that ended up crushing my daughter's low and meeting for the damage and the need out all of the thing that how much again. I'm one of these things and I'm trying to tell them these. This is the ball and of course document China Providence. But they know.
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"Today I'm going to be talking about the best digestive enzyme supplements. These are the ones I use in my practice. That just enzymes are a vital part of my practice because most of my patients have gut issues that are connected to their thyroid issues and their auto immune issues and usually almost all of their health issues. So these are really important To healing your gut and getting well. So why don't we jump in and start with Betaine? Hcl's there's three supplements of wind cover today. The first is pertain. Hcl and this is used to optimize low stomach acid and so a lot of the symptoms of low stomach acid or things like acid reflux. And that might be contrary to what you understand. Or what you've heard. But GIRD OR GASTRO ESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE. Where the patient feels heartburn? That's actually usually due to not enough stomach acid. So that's mainly related to the pilots fainter. Which is the muscle between the ESOPHAGUS and the stomach is dilating for some reason and food or stomach. Acid is regurgitating up into the office and causing the burning. So I'm not going to go into a lot of detail of the causes of of acid reflux but one of them is usually low stomach acid So that's one of the first signs that the patient needs help with their acid levels also a lot of gas bloating nausea after eating those are usually good signs of low stomach acid. So as you get older your stomach acid decreases. That's just naturally the case for everybody but also someone's very sick if they're eating a highly processed diet or highly acidic diet if they're using antacids if they have a lot of stress stress shuts down stomach acid production that usually impairs your hydrochloric acid levels. Also if you're deficient in zinc that can cause low stomach acid and the FBI vitamins. And if you're hypothyroid you're going to have low stomach acid levels so we can connect low stomach acid levels and that's also called HYPO core history. A- that's actually been associated with bacterial overgrowth so CBO small intestinal bacterial overgrowth any infections in the gut. Whether it's bacteria fungi yeast viruses parasites. Any kind of infection can be due to low stomach acid levels so if you got a stool analysis and we find multiple organisms of all different types whether it's bacteria fungi parasite virus. That's a strong indicator that you're acid levels are low also if you're low and vitamins. B Twelve B six folate acid and the minerals. Things like iron magnesium calcium and zinc. Those can also be strong indicators of hypochondria so your stomach has cells called parietal cells and these respond to food in the stomach and they make hydrochloric acid. So sometimes we'll run a parietal cell antibody blood test because you can actually make antibodies against those cells. So it's an auto immune condition where the patient has hypo core history and then hydrochloric acid at it activates. The conversion of PEP CINNA JEN TO PEP ZAIN. And these are enzymes that are required to digest protein so again if the patient appears deficient in. Protein. But they're eating a lot of protein than they may have low stomach acid levels so very important for protein digestion nutrient breakdown and absorption. The acid is really what cleaves the proteins that are connected to different vitamins and minerals like B. Twelve or breaking apart calcium from carbonates. If you're taking a calcium carbonate supplemented the acid to cleave that connections you can absorb it so things like a leaky gut and inflammation these are also connected to Hypo Chorea. Because you need the food that you eat to be broken down properly. Otherwise you'll have large molecules. Large peptides from the protein could potentially leak into the bloodstream and cause inflammation one. Study not going to get into a lot of detail in the study but it was. It was an interesting study looking at hydrochloric acid levels and food sensitivities so twenty five percent of patients taking acid lowering drugs. They had an increased allergic response to their foods. So that's an ide- mediated response. Which is a true allergy. And so there was an increase response of this can be a histamine an increase histamine response to the foods that you eat. If you're acid levels are low and these authors specifically state that you can reduce food allergenicity up to ten thousand fold just by enhancing stomach acid levels. You can imagine if a patient's stomach acid levels are even moderately low. They're going to have more food sensitivities than more food sensitivities. You have the more inflammation you create. When you eat the more you caused this biosimilars and break down the Gut. So this is a real cornerstone of of improving anyone's health if they have a lot of food sensitivities or gut issues and so this adds important like I said. It's your first line of defense against these foodborne pathogens that people are constantly consuming and then stomach acid also keeps healy co b-actor. Pylori in check the H PYLORI. And that's a problematic bacteria and some people it's the source of stomach ulcers and there's also connections with H. Pylori and Conditions Lake Hashi motos disease and graves disease the connection with Hashi Moses weaker than it is with graves but a pretty strong connection with graves disease and H. Pylori. I mean it's also connected to cardiovascular disease and brain inflammation and all kinds of issues so One of the things to know is that as H. Pylori grows it's kind of a a self-defeating mechanism so if you have low stomach acid levels h. Pylori grows but then H. Pylori suppresses stomach acid production so it can be difficult to overcome that if those levels are low so as far as the digestive track os you want a highly acidic stomach and then as you get further down the intestine. Things become more alkaline. Actually so if you have low stomach acid levels you'll start to see an overpopulation of bacteria and fungi in the upper and you could overcome that by increasing acid levels. So if you see this BIOS or despotic symptoms. The key might not be probiotics. Although it usually is very helpful you can go more upstream than and improve your acid levels so just a few technical notes about detain HCL. It's actually seventy six percent between and only about twenty four percent hydrochloric acid so the tain though is it's an important part in the acids function so between it's also known as trimethyl lysine and it's found in foods like beets and a few other
"hypochondria" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"I told you yesterday I got bit by a tick right well the saga continues until Johnny B. I said you know I don't know if my hypochondria or what but my leg was going numb on me and so I went my way I went by the you know one of those urgent care urgent care yes thank you and that is what's funny is I came in here and there the the nurse did lead me back to the room and then this is somebody else another nurse and it is going to take my my blood pressure stuff she's got a mask on like you know like I'm in Hong Kong or something yeah they all do trust me okay because the corona virus that I'd there's so many viruses out there right now so it's funny because she took it off about halfway through you know O. V. A. all I know is it was it was like a strip tease I'm going okay she lowered it just a little bit and then she eventually just ripped it all the way off while and through to the craft through to me yeah no she did take the mask off of him so I guess she figured that I didn't have anything because I guess you just don't know and I'm you know I came in there I was in there with any kind of flu symptoms or anything like that I do have a ticket by well I got the I got my jeans off my my diamond gussets and we took a look at this thing it was all up the side of my leg the infection I mean all the way off from the knee all the way up they take one of those pans you know where they they market and they were drawn on so here's the weird thing I woke up this morning with two of these marks from the pin on my hand how does that happen I didn't sleep with the pen or anything I mean it looks like you if I were like rubbing or scratching it like it just be a smog but it's two distinct things like there's ways boys Dan brown I think we may need somebody to decipher this I don't know what's going on I'm I was visited in the night by somebody with a with the skin markers something anyway long story short of it is they don't think that I have Lyme disease or rocky mountain spotted but they I did have a serious infection so they gave me one of those antibiotic shots in the in the hip and then gave me a prescription which I picked up and I took on with me so I gotta take the effort and they so that's where I am it feels a little bit better today but man that was kind of scary yeah you got it we're AT Kemetic you know if you have a bite it's a very very urgent you get to well one of had you not gone the primary beverage move my legs fell off and one follow up no I mean you just get you know I don't know with the doctors nurses and stuff and if you live in affection go long enough I don't know you get serious you get serious side effects from that so I don't know yes what will I ask my said so is this line more is this rocky mountain spotted fever she's the world are you're not exhibiting any of the symptoms of it I so I have had a headache and I do feel a little bit disoriented thanks and then you know I don't know that that's if you have flu type symptoms and things like this is really good news is what we would do is give you an antibiotic so that's really good doing the way so if if I did have it this is hopefully gonna knock it out thankful you went to the urgent care yes yes electric device will like you know after we were talking the kind of joke around with the but as the day you know and then I didn't I tell you I'm a hypochondriac so I thought well okay I'm imagining this and now we're one of them the reason my leg was numb is because that whole side of my leg was just beat rants craze I know this is unbelievable so did you have somebody take a picture of it now I should tell yeah I don't think people want to see it see it this comment if you want to see like scams and no no no no but I wanted to add it would be interesting to know yeah in in the in the commercial break this point to how long it went up your leg all the way to love where the leg starts almost no kidding me all the way and now we have the button on the back all the way run ask crazy one no it was just and no wonder my leg was feeling so Hallelujah for doctors yes indeed thank you so much thank him now let's move on to rush your ladies and gentleman you know you have a bad night of the debate when you have to start cranking up trump Russia collusion again Hillary's doing it everybody's talking about it and the president had this to say it's just information that's the only thing they're good at they're not good at anything else to get nothing done do nothing Democrats it does just that once you make sure I get elected which is really really crazy you know we were talking of Trey Gowdy was on yesterday says I don't th it's hard for me to believe that they'd choose Donald Trump over comrade Sanders for crying out loud who honeymooned in in Moscow but you know trump said this too but dems well I'm crazy that's all they think about they don't think about the country they don't think about jobs they don't think about lowering your drug costs infrastructure these people are crazy freshman I live I like what we're doing and I love this country.
"hypochondria" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Done it all one all in one night in the mission and you move with the poll is in in the next street any intelligent or remarkable ward tell me you know if they've sold the prized Turkey that was hanging in the wind one engine nine if you play you do don't do your yes my mark one how will round and tell him to send it to Bob Cratchit and his family on Broad Street and mind you and not to know who paid for it I'm a long match and he is with his hypochondria trump you were born well I don't know what to do I'm related he is in danger I am a man who were born from melted Christmas and everybody we knew we were all next morning Scrooge was it is office the window they for a reason it only be this honest and catch Bob Cratchit coming late that was the thing that is Saddam for and he did it yes he did nine no Bob a quarter past no Bob.
"hypochondria" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Welcome back. I am sure during the course of the half hour that just passed everyone is sitting there saying but my anxiety is different okay and it's under control. we don't want to sweep anything under the rug I have terrible allergies which is why I'm not sending so great because actually allergic to my cat okay but. I love my cat anyway let's go to some things that people did not actually understand is anxiety banished. how many people will label someone as shoddy. they don't talk to just a lot of people they went upon the the kind of remain in the corner. and we think it's a personality trait it is not a personality trait shyness is another function of anxiety it's another function of fear. when you eliminate the fear you're talking to everyone. we'll come back with that but let's take pull pull talk to me. yes hypochondria is that a form of OCD I have a problem hypochondria yes is it is a form of OCD but it again it is a form of a hypochondria for those who don't know is that they always seeing or worrying about what's going on in their body what's going on in their mind what what a new poll talk a little bit about how your hypochondria of works with you. like what do you worry about. and numerous things I mean I make doctors appointments Satelit list of questions and. is never enough questions is always you know you walk out of the office and I forgot to ask this and in the church. know your blood work and everything is generally fine but you still I was more I researched it could be a result of early childhood trauma I had a lot of widget amid the surgeries when I was a kid. so I don't know what I was always on guard I've been a law enforcement a long time I don't know what that has something to do with it it's affected my marriage of getting divorced Robbie she'd be where I your knowledge can't deviate from my you. we'll change our schedules. well I'm going to tell you this this is something that had absolutely be cured completely and where does it come from you mentioned all those things the answers yet everyone of them okay your early childhood experiences become they become almost wired into your emotional brain so what's happening polls you're not using your rational brain and so therefore every thing you know being a a a a a police officer and by the way to all law enforcement officers out there. thank you for your service as well as to all military personnel thank you for your service and thank you Paul for your service but when I best thing to do for you is I can eliminate. completely that hypochondria experience that O. C. D. it's all based upon fear because when you go to a doctor you're afraid that something's going to go wrong right. you're free that they're gonna miss something right pull. exactly okay end if the gonna miss something it means that you might get sick or something bad might happen to you. exactly Paul would you like to get rid of this. absolutely okay you give me a call. I'll talk to you some more at the office you give me a call on Monday in a court of call you back you know first break I have okay and and we will get you in the to the schedule I work very long hours of work from eight thirty eight in the morning to the ten thirty at night so there's always time but let's get rid of this completely let me ask a question to you getting divorced because you want to. it sure our our decision. okay it's not your decision. now it's so I wasn't focused on her I was more focused on the and all my I guess I'm sorry I guess. let me do this let me change and get rid of your your anxiety. get rid of the CD get rid of the hypochondria and then I'm going to talk about it with your wife because if the if this these do you love your wife. this marriage than still has legs but she doesn't want to live in a world where every day is the same as yesterday so this could be fixed the marriage could be fixed but most of all I want to see you happy because your mind goes a million miles an hour doesn't it. yes it does and you don't sleep well at night do you. not recently now he's spent most of your life worrying about one thing or another. yeah true okay. I am telling you that this can and will be eliminated give me that call Paul. and then when you are completely. free of any obsession you could focus on really what you want to do in life. save the marriage if possible but most of all let's say view first great you take a **** do you take insurance do not take insurance okay but the bottom line is this is it it's so funny yeah it's like it's like the man drowned ing in someone throws in a row it says is the rope and short he is what I would tell you is that is that. what I do I do quickly this is not years and years but. he suffered your entire life from this it is course you god knew how much money in terms of even the thought of a divorce so getting healthy feeling good do you have do you have really a price on that. no. it is it is definitely within reason anyway I look forward to your phone call and thank you so much for being brave enough to come on air and to say it but they'll be brave enough to make the call so I could fix. all I got so notorious therapists and psychiatrists exactly exactly exactly because all they're doing is they're telling you how to treat the problem I am going to eliminate the problem. to tell you how to treat it I want to tell you where you were thinking is wrong and this is the way we change it so you're not going to be thinking about the time of what could go wrong in fact you'll never be thinking of what could go wrong with in reason the manager you know climbing free free climbing without a rope and then something could go wrong but this is not about popping a pill I don't give out pills okay I don't go in you know all of the late day in day in depth about your childhood we'll fix that literally immediately it's about changing the way your brain functions so you don't have this problem. does that sound better. my father has it I mean is it a genetic problem is it safe that's a great question it's a great question it's not genetic but it is learned so your father had it in you watched and you believed that what your father your father's you give I'm sure your father was a nice guy was you nice guy. yeah sure okay so you know he was still a role model he was there when you were born so you picked up on it site so do we pick up on the dysfunction of our families yes. the pool the most important thing of what you do here is right now. there is a choice the literally M. this once and for all I'm assuming you're about in your fifties. Hey I do guess. one thing I do pretty good. just from your voice so I'm looking forward to that phone call. that you have my number right you just listen to commercials and give you my number. if you don't have it it's two one two five nine nine three one nine five. all right thank you. there are so many polls sitting behind. your phones there are so many polls who have different things. no his paper conjure is what came out of normal anxiety that's not treated. you can brush it under the rug you could be a football star you could own a twenty million dollar house all you're doing is sweeping things under the rug it's not what you have in life it's what you enjoy from life. now. people who will pay for they look to the rich and saying you know what these you know these people it is about money well muddy. money is about being focused no we would you want to create in creating it it is true that entrepreneurs successful people do have the right thinking when it comes to business but if your personal life and your emotional life in your brain life if you did did it doesn't kind of tied together then that money is not going to help you there are more this is statistically you could check it out there more suicides among the wealthy then there are among the poor yeah we're we're not talking about those who are doing drugs the drugs actually increase the amount of suicides. and since we're on the topic of drugs. why do you think people even start with drugs you think sixteen or fifteen year olds or fourteen year olds are thirteen year olds are nowadays it's eleven years old why they start with pot and then they go further and further and further because they're trying to hide their anxiety they tried to hide their fears and being cool is just a way of the fear of other people thinking you're not cool. yes do I treat all forms of addictions smoking the end and IT people ask me well how long how long does it take well if you smoke two cigarettes a day you could be done in one or two sessions if you smoke four packs a day and you've been doing it for forty years it's going to be a few more sessions will you stop smoking yes. how long would it take the pens that won the diction is and what else is on top of that addiction. but. but would you rather be free from the addiction as opposed to sweeping it under the rug. as opposed to not dealing with what got you there in the first place. no. the money yeah I I I've had people come to my office and this is you know I treat a lot of executives and and they'll they'll be spending sometimes five to ten thousand dollars a one week on a cocaine habit and then say well you know I you know I can only see you this often and because you know I'm not that I I run into money problems because expenses you know thirty forty thousand dollars a month for cocaine. not not having they have the intelligence but not to put together get the treatment and then you have forty thousand dollars a month in your pocket not really AT passages spending after tax dollars. just to support the cold for the speak before anyway so M. drugs which is the a big part of my practice. is. function I mean it's a real function of. fear of anxiety trying to be cool of trying to cover the pain. stop covering the pain and let ME eliminated for you. you know what. I always tell people you know have one session you've been through everything else and if you don't feel one hundred percent comfortable with me and know that I could do it I said you do don't have enough. over forty years that's never happened. as much as I want to talk for ever I just got the song that we needed a break I wanted that the call when we come back from this break come on who's wants to be number two let's go to the break divorce might give a feeling of freedom and peace of mind but it doesn't always work out like that self confidence can be shattered with the fear of new relationships some just can't move on with life but doctor Gluck can change all that is a failed relationship keeping you from enjoying your life I'm doctor a.
"hypochondria" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Hypochondriac should always meet a doctor on the radio this Dow goes I actually did this is a true story there was a I'm serious exam there was a there's an all medical channel reach M. D. get out of it makes sense I think it's still there and it was run by people here in Chicago American used to work there yeah I did I used to produce shows there so the so Gerry I've seen who ran the joint call very faint the advertising executive and businessman in Chicago called me and he said we've been friends you know and her kids any called me and he goes you're not you'd be perfect for this he goes we're divorced meant we could to help with hypochondria show where you're the hypochondriac and then the doctors call in and we can consider it continuing education and you said the I think about it may you never got back baby Dolly three tell listen buddy I totally forgot to take the call guide yeah now I did it does it it I mean I can get kind of entertaining idea like I you know this kid that might work that actually might be something that might be something but at the time the company that on the station I was at was like now we have your exclusive you can't go on and get my light over there I guess I made my name I. moon landing in people to know that I was I just did it nobody cared so it was what it was but don't I thought that was a good idea I think I think that that's you know if this thing doesn't work out trust me thanks for tuning in over there all right coming up we got the news with Kim Gordon and then on the other side like I said doctor Adams from either team doctor for northwestern medicine and Anthony Scaramucci the move which explains what's going on in his head in the five o'clock hour that comes your way at five forty don't miss a minute of the action right here.
"hypochondria" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Treat. It's easy to cure. But the experience of these people's go who go on to get chronically ill is diametrically opposed. And they're saying, no, we are sick. And it's a real disease in academics or saying, but our tests as you don't have line. So you must be linger hypochondria or must be suffering from the aches pains daily living. So when you when you talk about chronic, Lyme disease. What does that actually mean? So that even that term is pretty controversial. It just means after you've been treated, you go on to have these chronic symptoms, which can be chronic pain joint pain, headaches, neurological problems cheese, witching muffles at mostly brain fog. So you just can't think and his common. Go. Yes. It's it's it it, waxes and wanes a lot like multiple sclerosis symptoms. I mean, so I mean, I've had the disease, and I would I would describe it as at any given time you'll have a combination of symptoms like chronic fatigue or early onset Alzheimer's arthritis or multiple sclerosis or brain fog, your life becomes a living hell in you. You can't function grisly with us. We're gonna take a quick break. We'll come back and talk more about your work bitten the secret history of Lyme disease and biological weapons..
"hypochondria" Discussed on KTRH
"You're listening to ground zero. There's an old saying that applies to what is happening. I'm CLYDE Lewis. You're listening to ground zero. There's an old saying that applies to what is happening today. Dump day trash day. The Muller report released on dump day trash day. It's something that. Abuse of power. Usually this is this is an abuse of power. Basically when things go down the way, they go down. And they do it is sneaky way under the table. They rely on the fact of the idea of the old saying that goes if we don't see it or if it doesn't affect us. We can all pretend it's not there. So. When is impunity involved? We can see it happening or we can estimate that it's happening. But unless we have it on paper, it's not there. We can speculate about it. We can have opinions about it. But at the facts don't show up. Then it's all speculation. It's all conspiracy theory. And when I talk about hypochondria issue when I say, the things you don't know about are the things you should talk about. I'm not kidding. Because when you're dealing with impunity when you're dealing with widespread impunity. This is an exemption from punishment. Or freedom from the injurious consequences of whatever you do that's considered criminal. And this happens in all of the corrupt systems and bureauc- bureaucracies that exist right now. Because today the mother report was released. On dumping day. And I believe that people will not take the time to understand what the pecking order is now. The attorney general overrules any proposed action from the special counsel. Then they have to make an explanation as to why they decided they don't want to release this. So you look at what William bar has to do. And then William bar may release his report publicly to the extent that the release would comply with the playable laws and legal restrictions. And I remember when bar was confirmed. He testified that he wanted to disclose his much as possible within the bounds of the law. He's said within the bounds of the law. That was a caveat. But it's important to note that he refused. He refused to commit to making the Muller report public instead focusing on the attorney general's reporting requirements as I will stick with the reporting requirements that are given to me. I won't commit to making a public, but I will stick to those requirements as attorney general. So what does this do again, it will open the floodgate for more conspiracy theories from the media also most important to watch the actions of the attorney general mcgee's s the only way you're gonna know?.
"hypochondria" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You're listening to ground zero. I take for granted the idea that many of you who was his program. Our revolutionary thinkers. And I know it's hard. Revolution during thinker in this day and age because revolutionary thinkers. Often are. I guess you could say condemned or their their their maligned by the status quo. The status quo often see revolutionary Pinkers as mentally disturbed, and they go to great lengths to try and ridicule. Anyone who questions their actions and try to uncover motives motives behind psychological operations? I mean, like his time right now has become a bit of a psychological operation, and it certainly becoming more apparent. There are structured organisations that are being contracted to use the internet and social media. Shaped the culture through what can be called viral, social engineering. Now in political agendas the day. You look at the day in a typical political agenda political agendas of the day are involved with what would be called the Farias art of telling the untruth. And that for them is an attractive strategy. We tell the untruth we we couch. It we get somebody back up our untruth. And so that becomes detractors strategy. And those who use misinformation are well aware of the potential benefits and costs which brings and the shadowy lines between outright lies distortion misrepresentation propaganda in spin. And there's no saying that applies to what is happening today in the shadow of abuses of power, whether it be government or religion. If we don't see it. It doesn't affect us. And we can all pretend that it's not there. We live in a time of rampant. Impunity. And we also live in a time where impunity is marketed to people using bought and paid for endorsements from faceless technocrats. Now when I say impunity, I defined it as an exemption from punishment or freedom from injurious consequences of an action. Meaning nobody goes to jail. Nobody nobody pays for their sins. They just continue doing the technocrats are well aware that they can get out through loopholes, and they can you know. They can cover their behinds. I mean this happens. I mean, we'll see this happening in our corrupt system. This is how it's done. And you know, we see it every day on the news, especially now when we're going through trials and scandals and Bertel witch hunts that are going on right now in politics and. But what what is really a hot topic right now. Is social science and over the past decades. Social scientists Cadillac numerous knowledge, gaps in the human mind in many of us suffer from selective. Hearing and selective thinking. I was told that it's called the Toma where it's kinda like a blind spot in your head. And so you have selective thinking in. Sometimes there's this blind spot that stuff always hovers on the side. You're not willing to willing to go that far into admitting that maybe there is a possibility that something isn't right with how you're thinking. So you stick to the selective hearing selective thinking because it builds what you already know rather than hearing something uncomfortable something uncomfortable. Something scary something that angers you were complacent about what we know. And we're oblivious to what we miss. This is. We talked about this before this is something they call Hypo, cognition. And basically, what Hypo cognitive condition that is being exploited by social media and various other media outlets are exploiting your Hypo cog nation, and they're doing it in order to give them justification for binding certain types of media from speaking against St. oligarchy and their proclivities. Now, if you don't know what hypochondria mission is you just experienced it. Because that means you had no idea that that word existed hypochondria, and you didn't know the definition hypercard mission. And you could select the care or not care. Hypochondria is something that applies to modern behavioral science. And. Basically when you look at Hypo cognition, you can blame a lot of Hypo cognition on social media, the YouTube the mainstream because they lack cognitive representation for something an object or an idea or even a new story. So it means that when you were introduced to a new concept that you're unaware of you tend to think it's unimportant. And then you go whatever time doesn't matter to me. I don't care. But if you don't understand a new idea, or if you cannot come to terms with a new concept, it may cause confusion, and with any type of confusion, you run to authority to have explained to you..
"hypochondria" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"Is that for people under a certain age. I don't think they know they're in a loneliness crisis. Like, they will talk a lot about social anxiety Tonka lot about being like sad talk much the world sucks. And how people are awful. I don't think that they know what they're describing that a lot of your anxiety, the people treat as a medic. Issue that can be treated with medicine is simply the lack of practice dealing with human beings. It I've been through this like I got a series of jobs where I was forced to interact with people like I was forced to manage people. Like, I didn't like it. And it was terrifying. But it took years and years and years, but like anything else with practice, you you don't get necessarily where you like it. But you get to where you learn how to do it because there are like anything there's tricks. You'll learn you learn what stories you can whip out when a conversation hits a law. You learn how to remember people's names. You learn what type of thing people don't like. And you you learn it the hard way I is. So we're intergeneration in younger people who the awareness of mental health issues is fantastic. And so much better than before. But it can also lead to a certain type of hypochondria where we like to self diagnose things. And so we like to declare ourselves that we've got anxiety or certain type of disorder that in reality. What we're just feeling the discomfort of having to do something that that we just don't do when and also you pick out in in the peace and other things that for the health reasons we describe before and just other reasons like it's so critical to go through the cognitive load on the difficulty of feeling bad at the skill and getting better at this skill. And I mean, a few people have some truly clinical thing where they're just blocked from doing so and and need medication or help to get past it. But for a lot of us that we need to take on that. It load because otherwise it's it's just really detrimental like there's no alternative or replacement for it. And also it's easy for people. To misunderstand. What the medication does the medication does not make you charismatic doesn't own. No. It doesn't make you. I mean, there are pills. You can take that make you more fun at parties. Let me let me correct that. But. What it can do is tamp down the nervousness signals. So that you can go out and do it and that by going out and doing it. You can become good at it. But the the pills won't make you good at it is just the the actual physical fear. You feel it can dull that to a degree where it's more tolerable. But the process of going out and meeting people you still have to do and and screwing it up and saying the wrong thing and embarrassing yourself. Those are all things you still have to do is just this makes it so you don't have a panic attack. When you try ram, so. Yeah, that's not to diminish the symptoms. People feel at all. I everyone. Listen, I have been there. I have been there. I'm not I am not the popular kid at school. Who's like? Well, you just got to be yourself is like he's like the world's coolest kid. And he's he's like, I've just been myself. And everyone loves me, you should do the same. It's like one though, I've tried me myself, and everyone hates it. So, but yeah, that's all. And again, this is something the fact that it's gotten worse over time. This is not a biological disease. This is a this is a social disease that has come about as a result of our of our habits and some of it's not our fault. You know, again, the fact that I would not have everyone go back to a world where you're forced into a church that you don't believe in. But that's just something you'll be socially rejected. If you don't do it. I would not ask to go back to a rural prior to social media. Not at all. I would not I would not go backward at all. But we have lost something here that I think there will be industries no be cultural movements around trying to revive those things like finding ways to get together. And you do see something like an escape room. You know, that's something where it requires your friends to get together and physically do a group activity like. Things like that as an industry that's appealing to people wanting to get together and do stuff in person and to have an excuse to do it. Because you've made an appointment you've paid for it. We got to go do it. When you at the very last minute. You may feel like ni- just wanna stay home and just stare at net flicks for four hours. That's the kind of thing. I think you're going to see more of because a lot of those hobbies that were group type things kind of went out of fashion. There's other stuff you're gonna do. You don't have to do. You don't have to go do lame stuff. It's it's you can find something that stuff that gets. You gets you in the same room. That's all. Yeah. There's actions besides square dancing. If that's not for you. Exactly. I know that like clubs have been in decline for a long long time like within the rise of we've written about this on the site before with the rise of like, dating apps and stuff like that. Like a lot of clubs of shut down like which is actually a big loss to society like the the club scene, particularly the gay club scene. A lot of our slang comes from their out of our fashion. Trends come from there. Like, that's a was a vital like vibrant culture for decades. Like these underground, you know, clubs with these people could go and dress up and be cool in where now they just meet over an app, it's it's not the same thing. And that's an invisible loss. Like, that's something where you don't think of is like a loss to the culture. But there's a lot of that stuff where people used to gather. In various contexts where great things happened. You know, creative people met each other. You know, when you read about like the history of any band, you know, when I like, I just listened to a big long interview with the surviving beastie, boys. And and so, you know, these guys came up in the seventies and eighties. And it's like, well there this record store and Brooklyn where we all hung
"hypochondria" Discussed on ESPN FC
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"hypochondria" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker
"This is a real tough one. Yeah. Obviously, the answer is the secret to Picasso's genius. Sure. Sure. Sure. Sure. And his Bassani, I guess they're they're inextricable. I'm taking out being vegan lie. Just don't believe it because it was. Would you believe he was into IMO? Yes. Okay. Okay. No. He's a definitely I'm leaning toward a blood sausage and soft. She's soft. She was dinner. Yeah. Dinner Espresso, and I was you gross. But that's that's the tracks. I mentioned just terrible breath. Right. Like, he just doesn't. He looks like a person with really bad, disgusting breath and trusting. Yeah. Weird musk very unpleasantly Muskie. Yep. Definitely see is the mineral water milk vegetables, fish, rice, pudding, grapes, and D is right. The tortilla spagnuola lightly carbonated water one I like the D. Also, I like I like date. I know if I like the other one though, it's it's big to me because it's so read the putting in grapes, especially that one got me. All right. I'm gonna go with this Bresso, and she tans blood sausage and wind tonight. You're going with a yeah. This is what his girlfriend at the time fair. Non d- said only got her on the phone. He rarely spoke during meals sometimes he would not utter a word from beginning to end for non recalled seem to be bored. When he was in fact absorbed. She blamed his chronic bad mood on diet. The hypochondria coll- Picasso had recently resolved drink nothing, but mineral water or milk, and he only vegetables fish rice, pudding and grapes should've known because it was so bizarre. Sounds like me as a child except it was butter noodles and hot dog. The source of your genius. Yes. Penicillin which I called berry shake. Number four musician. Louis Armstrong was very into home remedies a twentieth century bio hacker if you will. What were some of his pre and post show traditions? A Armstrong with drink fermented tea of mushrooms and pepper before every performance and before he went to bed he brushed his teeth with hydrogen peroxide claiming killed bacteria that interfered with his unbe. Sure be such mo- needed to be in his dressing room, two hours before every show to administer an intravenous vitamin c drip, which required to assistance and complete silence before bed..
"hypochondria" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"My handle simply at David Folkenflik from Ann Arbor. Michigan. We kick off our conversation with the author Jennifer trade in previous book, she's written about her hypochondria and her religion focused OCD. Her new book is called act natural a cultural history of misadventures in parenting from the ancient Greeks did John Locke to the Johns Hopkins Medical school, the doctor Spock to every mommy blog right now. Trae catalogs the alarming to the merely comical and takes on conventional wisdom of our own age. Jennifer Trig, thanks so much for joining us today on for happy to be here. Jennifer for the love of God what prompted this. Well, when I had my kids, you know, my husband, and I thought we knew how hard it would be our friends that had kids by that point. We had nieces and nephews we we'd seen it. But we really did not know what the day the day was like, and we were overwhelmed, and you know, my husband's a professor, I'm a writer. Our skills did not transfer to our new lives. So I did the only thing I knew how to do which was to start reading and started doing deep dive into old parenting advice books histories of parenting, and it made me feel much better right away because parents had been making just the worst possible mistakes for millennia. And yet we have thrived. Yet. We had all survived. I want to allow you. I mean, I read the book, but I wanna start at the very beginning. You have this very apt introductory anecdote to sort of explain a little bit about the degree to which you were able to install order in your world with kids in your lives. Kick us off with that. We think of having children as the most natural thing in the world actually becoming a parent has taught me that. There's nothing natural about it. And to pretend otherwise leads only to trouble a short time ago. I followed my natural impulse to nap on the rug while my young son followed his to the face in hot pink marker the floor the wall, the velvet couch, a lamp, an electrical socket and a coffee table book lengthily inscribed by a former first lady had we been at home. This would have been irritating, but we were seeing someone else's house. So it was mortifying sandwich being Sam I explained helplessly when my husband came to survey the wreckage, it's just his nature did you fall asleep? He asked that's my nature. This mess is on YouTube. Rob bantered shaking his head. Let's not drag nature into it. And while I thought it might be nice if rob his nature to be right about this particular matter, we both knew he was from the cocktail chemicals. The broader two children into the world to the countless perverse decisions. We've.