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The Surprising Link Between Diabetes and Migraines

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

00:25 sec | Last month

The Surprising Link Between Diabetes and Migraines

"This one is interesting. Apparently people with type two diabetes are unlikely to develop migraines and people who get regular migraines are less likely to develop diabetes to find out why scientists are looking to small proteins that are linked to migraine and drive production of insulin. This team from the university of tennessee says some of the newer treatments for migraines could increase the risk of diabetes because of the use of these proteins and they want to figure out how to prevent

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Slight Panic (MM #3801)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Slight Panic (MM #3801)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason yesterday I woke up in a slight panic. I woke up not feeling good. Let's put it that way. And I've had these feelings throughout the years kind of like a migraine but not a migraine. You wake up with a headache you wake up not feeling good feel like you might throw up. It's all my sinuses. They've been bothering me for years and we thought we'd get it knocked out with the outer gist but that never happened. But yesterday I woke up just not feeling right. Feeling a little off a little Spacey and then it hit me. Oh no could this be COVID? And I realized we're all going to have that panic when we feel something we're not used to because what we're going through right now for the record I don't think it was COVID because I'm feeling fine today. I didn't have a temperature but at the same time since I've been vaccinated I don't know what to expect if I do get COVID symptoms. I just had a bad day. I had a sign as day. The weather's been weird here in Nashville and we've had weather coming in and out and I just didn't feel good. I felt off. I think we're all going to have that panic now when we get sick. Could it be COVID? Could it be the big one? That's the scary part. What exactly do I feel? Normally I would think I would know what the answer is.

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Slight Panic (MM #3801)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Slight Panic (MM #3801)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason yesterday I woke up in a slight panic. I woke up not feeling good. Let's put it that way. And I've had these feelings throughout the years kind of like a migraine but not a migraine. You wake up with a headache you wake up not feeling good feel like you might throw up. It's all my sinuses. They've been bothering me for years and we thought we'd get it knocked out with the outer gist but that never happened. But yesterday I woke up just not feeling right. Feeling a little off a little Spacey and then it hit me. Oh no could this be COVID? And I realized we're all going to have that panic when we feel something we're not used to because what we're going through right now for the record I don't think it was COVID because I'm feeling fine today. I didn't have a temperature but at the same time since I've been vaccinated I don't know what to expect if I do get COVID symptoms. I just had a bad day. I had a sign as day. The weather's been weird here in Nashville and we've had weather coming in and out and I just didn't feel good. I felt off. I think we're all going to have that panic now when we get sick. Could it be COVID? Could it be the big one? That's the scary part. What exactly do I feel? Normally I would think I would know what the answer is.

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How Ian Simpson Became a Unibet Sponsored Pro

Chasing Poker Greatness

01:57 min | 2 months ago

How Ian Simpson Became a Unibet Sponsored Pro

"Back to twitch. And you bet you mentioned your sponsored by a bit. How did that come about. When did that come about. I'm in my fifth. Year was union. Bet that's the best twitching for four and a half years now and all the united events because they were just fantastic they. I mean obviously. Obviously i have to say let the genuine where all of them before i was known busta because the staff just friendly bubbly happily passionate polka did throw amazing events bodies be amazing tone to be well around by the best end stocks in europe. So because i went to leave lettuce i eventually got to know the staff and the staff wanted to launch a more aggressive plan in the uk. They wanted to gain buses. They want to launch pitching at And so they asked him. I said hell yes it as the other payment cards they keep doing it. Yeah tony told them that. I was doing that anyway. So yet it's worked out great for the community. Like i said it's just the friendliest nicest community just in the world. These little screenings formed relationships with them over the past five years. Been fortunate enough to meet a bunch of them. You've got events some of them. don't go to bentson. it's but it's a screen ended up growing berry fund and just very kind nice people. We have enough community at been following. The the best thing is that it's not just about the following migraine dwelling twitching. I'm playing the supernova on union. You bet saying oh yeah great weldon doll commiserations about that breakout whatever rolling for each other. The rail is for everyone who's in chats so they'll be people who just in the free rose because that's all they can afford and they'll be rallying the guy who's just fearless justice. How does that railing means by baguettes on them. And it's just the most wholesome lovely thing.

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Devers Homers Twice, Bullpen Strong as Red Sox Top Yanks 6-2

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Devers Homers Twice, Bullpen Strong as Red Sox Top Yanks 6-2

"Rafael Devers homered twice including the go ahead blast in the fifth inning of the red Sox fourth straight win six two over the Yankees Devers followed his two run shot with a three run blast in the seventh it was his one hundredth career home run Boston improved to ninety two against the Yankees this season at B. Gerrit Cole at Fenway Park for the second time Cole was reached for three runs over five innings we're sorry you know the finishing blows twice your honor is charged really just good at bats all night the US someone out there made some good pitches but ultimately didn't come through the AL east leaders received eight scoreless innings from their bullpen after Eduardo Rodriguez left due to migraine symptoms I'm Dave Ferrie

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"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

06:00 min | 3 months ago

"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"As we've talked about on the show before diagnosing people from the past can be tricky when they are not here to be examined. But we will end on a quote from rudyard kipling which was written in a letter to miss margaret burne jones in eighteen eighty six and this is pretty specific and detailed. He wrote quote. Do you know what him a. Cranium means a half headache. I've been having it for a few days. And it's a lovely thing one half of my head and a mathematical line from the top of my skull to the cleft of my jaw throbs and hammers and sizzles and bangs and swears while the other half calm and collected takes notes of the agonies. next door. my disgusting doctor says it's over work again. And i'm equally certain that it arose from my suddenly and violently discarding tobacco for three days. Anyhow it hurts awfully feels like petrifaction in sections and makes one right. abject drivel. Hi this is in horrible. Yeah it's the one of the world health organization statistics that i didn't site with in terms of years lived with disability. Migraine is like the sixth. Most disabling condition everybody who has experienced migrants. Which is like some. I gotta spectrum bec- between folks that have had like a cluster of several migraines then sort of went away to fix that have been dealing with recurring migraine attacks throughout their whole entire life as generally been something that has just profoundly affected their lives through all of that time. So if you want to know more about. The medical history of migraine particularly in the west migraine. A history by catherine fox from johns hopkins university. Press was one of the sources for this episode. It's from an academic press but it's pretty widely available. There are open access copies of it that you can without having to purchase one or get it from the library. If that's not an option for you. So i read that as one of the sources for this and it is pretty accessible in terms of more academic writing with lots and lots of details and specifics that we didn't really get into as much here too. You have some listener mail to get into okay. I do have listener mail. It is from kelsey who writes pest control in new zealand and kelsey writes cure rua. Hey holly tracy. I've been an avid listener of your podcast for years and i really enjoy it. So thank you very much for that. I just listened to the kudzu vine episode and it brought to mind all the predator and pest control that has gone on in new zealand because new zealand was isolated from larger landmasses for such a long time after the breakup of gondwana are flora and fauna are really unique our native land mammals bats and most of our birds prefer to wander about on the ground because we used to have the host eagle which was a major predator before it went extinct marry arrived in about twelve hundred eighty we brought rats and dogs that devastated the bird population and we also burned lots of forest but what really set our native populations back was when the pocket Europeans showed up with worse. Rats pigs cats and other animals. Some plants were introduced by farmers that had worked really well in britain..

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"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

04:19 min | 3 months ago

"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Rather constrictors or one of several drugs used in the twentieth century to treat migraine and before this point drugs to treat migraine included non-steroidal anti inflammatories like aspirin and morphine digitalis. Quinine and cannabis extracts among other things. Or gotta mean is derived from ergot fungus and was first introduced as a drug to treat migraine in one thousand nine hundred eighty five along with other effects this axes of as a constrictor and for the next few decades it really became the primary drug to treat migraine pain in one thousand nine hundred forty four brazilian researcher. Aristide's leo described the theory of cortisol spreading depression basically a complex phenomenon involving a wave of excited and then suppressed brain activity a couple of years before psychologist karl spencer lashley had proposed a similar wave of activity across the visual cortex when describing his own aura. It's possible that this is connected to migraine with aura. Although this is not well understood. In the nineteen fifties researchers discovered a link between serotonin and migraine and they started working on drugs to target specific serotonin receptors and the result was a whole new class of drugs tripton with multiple different tripton on the market by the late. Nineteen ninety s for the most part tripton started replacing ergot derivatives as the primary treatment for migraine. The term migrant. Her made its first appearance. In writing in nineteen seventy. That was in oliver sachs's book on my grain that we referenced a little bit ago today. Some people describe themselves as migrant workers but for others. It's a term to avoid for a number of reasons including its negative connotations. And the idea that it makes migraine into a person's entire identity in the nineteen eighties researchers measured blood flow through the brain and found that in migraine without aura. There's no significant difference in the blood flow during a migraine attack but in migraine with aura. Blood flow is reduced at a rate of about two millimeters a minute and this roughly lines up with the rate of cortisol spreading depression that had been described although again. This connection is not well understood by the nineteen nineties functional. Mri studies were suggesting that migraine was not purely vascular phenomenon and it's been increasingly framed as a biochemical process and a wide range of drugs have been used to treat it often because people who are taking a drug for some other reason reported that it also helped with their migraine attacks. Among other things this is included people taking betablockers for heart issues. Various antidepressants and medicines to treat epilepsy. The fda approved botox talks as a migraine treatment in twenty twenty. The fda also approved a trans cranial magnetic stimulator for migraine treatment in two thousand thirteen. The first device to be approved for that purpose until very very recently the drugs used to treat migraine. Were generally used to reduce and shorten migraine attacks after the attacks had started and in the us. The fda started approving the first drugs developed specifically to prevent migraine attacks in twenty eighteen. So just three years ago these are known as calcitonin gene related peptide or cg rpi monoclonal. Antibodies see drp is related to various pain processes in the body and it also acts as a vasodilator and these drugs blocked that action to wrap it up. There are just so so so many historical figures who are known to have had recurring headaches. Many of which are described as migraine today. Just as examples and countess of conway charles. Darwin thomas jefferson. Virginia woolf and pablo picasso. Some people interpret the entirety of lewis carroll's alice's adventures in wonderland as a literary exploration of migraine. As well as emily dickinson's. I felt a funeral in my brain sometimes can seem a little bit.

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"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

04:11 min | 3 months ago

"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"The dr hubert airy had drawn of scintillating scott toma in eighteen seventy side note airy and sir john herschel knew each other and they had discussed their visual disturbances during aries visits. Then in one thousand nine hundred five neurologist sir. William gowers author of diseases of the nervous system gave a lecture at which he displayed a visual representation of a patient's migraine aura. Gowers patient a mr beck had created a whole collection of or a pictures that he'd collected into a book things like hertzel's description and aries and beck's visual re-creations of their own experiences launched just a ton of interest in this quote transient defective vision. Soon migraine with oro is being described as classic migraine with migraine. Without aura described as common migraine with aura became viewed as the most authentic presentation of migraine even though migraine without ro was more common and hubert aries representation of his. Ara became the standard of what looked like an even though women experienced migraine with aura. For the most part they were not the ones going to these medical lectures or seeing artistic interpretations of migraine aura in medical journals. Or discussing all of that at medical society meetings so there was a growing sense that men in particular had these visual disturbances whether they happened with or without headache because of their over-stimulated brains while women's migraine attacks were more likely to be ascribed to things like neurasthenia nervous exhaustion or having too many babies increasingly migraine in men was viewed as a mark of genius especially an intellectual men whether it was connected to pain or not but migraine and women was a mark of neurosis and martyrdom. This is obviously continued to influence. People getting treated for migraine in the years. That has followed all this by the early twentieth century. Multiple medical fields had become more firmly established as fields including neurology. Endocrinology allergy and immunology psychology and ophthalmology and many of them were starting to find potential connections between what they were studying in those fields and migraine. For example george. Bray reported that many of his migraine patients had positive skin. Tests for various food allergies in nineteen thirty-one but the idea of a migraine personality was evolving as well physician. John graham describes this as quote a personality that seeks and creates stress and physiology. That handles it poorly another person to suggest. A personality connection was dr harold g. wolf of cornell medical center who had migraine himself he referenced his own perfectionism and ambition in that of his upper-class friends and colleagues who also had migraine broadly speaking apart from all of this sort of social baggage that had evolved. To general theories had emerged to explain migraine. it either had a vascular 'cause or a nervous system. 'cause the vascular theory gained a lot of support in the nineteen thirties. After physician alfred goldman described the case of a nurse who had experienced recurring severe headaches vomiting at one point a neurosurgeon had done exploratory surgery through a burr hole that hole healed over as a depression in her skull that was full of blood. Vessels goldman noticed that when she had a migraine attack. Those vessels seemed to fill in this depression and swell almost like a tumor doctor. Harold g. wolff worked on the vascular theory of migraine as well. His experiments suggested that migraine aura was connected to vessel constriction and when those vessels dilated again migraine pain followed. This type of work led to the use of vazza constrictors to treat migraine which did help some people..

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"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

05:36 min | 3 months ago

"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Blood flow in the membrane surrounding the brain by the early seventeen. Hundreds more and more migraine drugs and other preparations are being sold premade rather than people mostly making their own from herbs and other ingredients that they had bought are grown. And this is also when english-speakers started to shift more from the word megrim to migraine. Although there were some doctors who argued that megrim has described in. Britain was a difference but similar condition to migraine as described in france in seventeen fifty eight. John ford is published mccranie. Ah which was based on his own migraine attacks and in seventeen seventy eight. John father gill wrote about food as a cause of migraine. He wasn't quite onto the idea. That specific foods could trigger an attack though it was more that butter fatty meat and black pepper. Were all part of a poor diet which meant that popular foods. Like meat pies. Were particularly bad father. Gill recommended a healthier diet combined with drinking lots of mineral water. Swiss physician. Samuel abused andrei david too so researched migraine. In the late eighteenth century and his treatise on the nerves and nervous disorders included a clinical overview of migraine. This was based on previous writing on his own research and it included a lot of elements. That still really hold up today. He described migraine as recurring with pain. Often accompanied by vomiting and vomiting sometime signaling. That the headache is coming to an end. He also described migraine aura and other visual disturbances and that specific factors could trigger an attack. One thing from this. That didn't really hold up. Was his idea that migraine had gastric causes. That was a commonly held view around this time. Like going all the way back to the first definition of of him mccranie was his idea of like vapors arising from the gut so that was a long held idea. I work on. Migraine was really influential for at least the next century but even as medical science was making some more concrete progress on consistently describing the condition migraine was starting to pick up a lot of negative connotations in britain migraine became increasingly connected to stereotypes of french. Delicacy an excess caricatures and satirical publications depicted foppish seemingly high maintenance doctors who minced around was snuff and.

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"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

03:39 min | 3 months ago

"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Of migraine aura. We don't actually know whether hildegard was involved with making those illustrations and if she was what her intent was with those illustrations. Yeah i mean they also have similarities to lots other medieval artwork. That you know has repetition and the same rate way in the pictures so we just we just don't really know at about the same time as hildegard was living persian. Physicians were also writing about migraine. This included past podcast subject evanston a- as well as banal czar. Persian medicine at this point had parallels to the greek girl medicine system but encina also described migraine as originating from membranes under the skull and from various parts of the brain which then caused pain in the muscles even seen described two types of migraine hot and cold with treatments meant to cool or warm depending bloodletting animas were part of the regiment as well even seen a recommended that patients take a bath when they felt a migraine coming on induce sneezing with pistachio oil. Massage the vein on the side of the head that hurt with opium eboni. Algesiras work on migraine was translated by. Constantine the african and from there it influenced the thirteenth century medical compendium on the properties of things this was compiled by franciscan monk bartholomew's anglican and the treatments that it recommended for migraine included. Scarfing the shins to try to draw bad humors out of the head also around the twelfth and thirteenth centuries chinese physician wife sue also wrote a book of medical formulas and one of them described the treatment of migraine using to specific chinese herbs. We have mentioned the use of bleeding to treat migraine and in the fifteenth century. The guild book of the barber surgeons of the city of york included a diagram of bleeding sites for treating various illnesses. Appoint for megrim was marked between the thumb and index finger. On the right hand this is actually close to the acupuncture point large intestine four which is one of the points commonly used for headaches along with other pain and stress other sources recommended bloodletting using the vein in the middle of the forehead or on the temporal vein. On whichever side the pain was happening on. There are a lot of recipe books and medical texts from the medieval and early modern period. That include different treatments for migraine. They include herbs to be ingested inhaled held in the mouth or worn as police or a plaster one ingredient. That makes multiple appearances. That's not a plant. Is earthworms the idea being that if earthworms speed on rotten madder out in the world than if you pound them into a pulse and where that on your head it might drop putrid elements out of your head. One person who documented in such a recipe was a mrs coralline. Who's sixteen o. Six recipe book belonged to alpha talbot countess of arndale and surrey. Mrs coralline included multiple recipes for migraine treatments. As did jane jackson whose recipe book dates to sixteen forty two. These are on a whole spectrum from like really simple. Here's a couple of herbs to try to really involved setups. That would require like a long period of time to create a medicine or just you know get some earthworms we gonna move onto the early modern world particularly in europe after we pause for a sponsor break..

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"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

03:42 min | 3 months ago

"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"This as quote an illness by no means mild even though it mitts and although it appears to be slight for if at any time it set in acutely it occasions unseemly and dreadful symptoms spasm and distortion of the countenance take place. The is either fixed intently lake horns or they are rolled inwardly to this side or too that vertigo deep. Seated pain of the is as far as the meninges irretrievable sweat. Sudden pain of the tendons as of one striking with the club nausea vomiting of. Billy's matters collapse of the patient. But if the affection be protracted the patient will die or if moore slate and not deadly it becomes chronic. There is much torpor heaviness of the head anxiety and on wean for they flee the light. The darkness sues their disease nor can they bear readily to look upon or hear anything agreeable. Their sense of smell is vitiated. Neither does anything agreeable to smell delight them and they have also an aversion to feted things. The patients moreover are weary of life and wished to die. Okay so two things here one is that. There's been some speculation that when he talks about this being fatal those might not have been migraine cases. That might have been something else. Going on because migraine does not typically cause people to die because of a migraine attack. The other is of all the things that are included in this episode. This is really the one that i i feel like says. The most about how anxiety producing having migraine can be because it is a recurring condition and a lot of times. People just don't know is today. The day of migraine is going to happen. Like there's a sense of like anxious waiting and a lot of people not really knowing whether their life is going to be suddenly disrupted by a migraine attack in about the second century roman physician galen coined the term mccranie a- and he called this quote a painful disorder affecting approximately one half of the head. Either the right or left side. And which extends along the length of the longitudinal suture. It is caused by the ascent of vapors either excessive in amount or too hot or too cold. it's likely that at around the same time as galen coined the term cranium. People in china were using acupuncture to treat migraine. Han dynasty physician wa toe is credited with successfully resolving the emperor's migraine attacks by treating an acupuncture point on the sole of his foot jumping ahead to the twelfth century past podcast subject. Hildegard of bingen is often credited with writing the medical texts causing at curie. This text describes migraine as stemming from bad humor especially melancholy or black bile and it also explains the pain occurs only in half the head because if it was experienced across the whole head at once it would be simply unbearable. There's been some speculation that hildegard herself had migraine attacks and even that these offer some explanation for her religious visions. Her illustrated works giving us details. These visions in nineteen thirteen scientist and historian charles singer wrote a paper about hildegard in which he interpreted some of the illustrations. As depicting scintillating scotto mma oliver sacks revived this idea in his book migraine which was first published in nineteen seventy and while it's possible to see some similarities between these illustrations and descriptions or depictions.

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"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

05:22 min | 3 months ago

"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Migraine and migraine treatments dates. Back at least nine thousand years. Thanks to the existence of trapans skulls. That's skulls that have holes carved or chiseled or drilled through them. Archaeologists have found trapans skulls in the americas europe africa asia and the polynesian islands. Basically a lot of the inhabited world and in many cases these holes show evidence of healing. Meaning that this was a surgical procedure performed on a living person who survived it. The basic assumption here is that people were performing trepidation in the ancient world. In order to treat or provide relief for migraine but this is actually pretty speculative. And it's a pretty recent idea. In nineteen o to sir. Thomas louder brenton gave a lecture in which he theorized that trepidation had been used to treat migraine even though he did not have written evidence to back this up people really glommed onto it and within about a decade people were taking for granted not only that he was right but also that this link had been definitively established. Somehow it really hadn't though the earliest surviving written accounts of trepidation are by hippocrates and galen and they live during the fourth century bc in the second century ce respectively both wrote about using replication to treat head injuries and gaylon also wrote about using it to treat hydrocephalus. They didn't write about it as a migraine treatment. And that doesn't mean that mesolithic and neolithic peoples weren't using trepidation to treat migraine. There's just no clear evidence that they were like other diseases and conditions. We've talked about on the show. Before the first written record we have of migraine is from the irs papyrus. This is a collection of egyptian medical texts that dates back to about fifteen fifty bc e and it is named for german egyptologist. George ebbers he purchased it in the late nineteenth century and then published it as a two volume text. The ebbers papyrus is one several ancient egyptian papaya. That mentioned headaches and it describes one particular type of headache as a quote disease of one half of the head previous podcasts subject to schreuder who lived around eight.

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"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

03:26 min | 3 months ago

"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"There is some data to suggest that this isn't about the actual prevalence of migraine. No but it's more connected to a whole set of social and economic factors involving medical bias. Racism and access to care migraine is prevalent in children. And there's not a huge difference in its prevalent space on children's sex but that starts to really shift as people reach puberty and adult migraine is significantly more common among women including transgender women. If they're taking estrogen as many as one in seven people have migraine but as many as one in five women. For many years this disparity in the prevalence of migraine has been largely explained by hormonal differences. But there's also research that suggests that migraine is not only more prevalent but also worse among women involving more severe pain and longer-lasting attacks so it's possible that women are diagnosed more often because they're generally more severe attacks make them more likely to seek treatment although this again folds into all kinds of expectations and bias related to gender like. There's a lot of research at this point backing up the idea that women have a harder time getting accurate diagnoses especially for chronic diseases and that women's reports of pain are just not taken seriously but at the same time at least here in the. Us men are generally expected to shake it off or tough it out when it comes to pain so exactly what all of these social and cultural effects have on the rate of migraine. Diagnosis is again super obligated. It also varies across the world. If you look at a map of wear migraine is most prevalent at surely complicated. Social and economic factors are playing into that in addition to just whether it's more prevalent among different groups so as we said this is just the basics of migraine there are other ways that migraine can presents and other symptoms that people can experience. There are also other types of headache and other neurological disorders. That can have some overlap with migraine but the idea that there are gender. Disparities related to migraine is not new nor is this baggage. That's related specifically to women's experiences with migraine. A lot of that baggage came about during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. And we're gonna get into that. But after the break we'll start with migraine in the ancient world in medieval europe. This episode is brought to you by american giant. We often talk about how every inventor in history is building on what came before them and then trying to improve it. And that's exactly what led bayard winthrop. Ceo and founder of american giant to make a great t shirt american giant's best-selling premium slug t- iconic silhouette is made the right way. It's made.

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"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

04:02 min | 3 months ago

"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Some people describe it as an early warning sign. That an attack is incoming. The next phase is the although this doesn't happen in every case about one in five people with migraine have migraine with aura. But not necessarily with every attack. The aura usually involves visual disturbances like flashing lights or blind spots in person's vision often in an archiving zigzagging pattern in medical terms. These are often called scintillating ska toma visual representations of what people see what their aura can look a bit like the patterns used in dazzle. Camouflage which we've talked about the show before migraine aura can also involve strange sensations in the body like pins and needles or a sense of heaviness vertigo or a ringing in the ears. If you've ever heard the term classic migraine that came around in the nineteenth century to describe migraine with aura. But it's less common in medical literature today. In saying nineteenth century terms migraine without ro was common migraine. We will get more to the reasons behind that later for people who experience ara it typically starts somewhere between a few minutes an hour before the migraine pain begins. The third phase is the headache itself in most people. The headache lasts at least six hours. And in some cases it can last for three days or even more. This headache is typically severe throbbing often so acutely painful that it's impossible to sleep or it wakes person up from sleep and in some cases people can also experience silent migraine which involves the other physiological and visual disturbances associated with my green. But not pain. Sometimes this is mistaken for transient shark. Attacks also known as many strokes particularly in older people noise and bright light can both worsen a migraine attack and attacks can also be accompanied by nausea vomiting and some odors can make this worse in some people. Specific smells can trigger a migraine attack. Smells are just one possible. Trigger others include specific foods alcohol drugs and hormone levels in the body including hormone levels connected to the use of hormonal. Contraceptives this is why. Some people have a migraine attack. That coincides with the same phase of their menstrual cycle. Every month stress interrupted sleep and hunger can all trigger migraine attacks as well and so can caffeine or caffeine withdrawal but in some people caffeine helps relieve the symptoms so this is complicated and it can vary a lot from person to person beyond what we just said here. The fourth phase of a migraine attack is known as the post drome which begins after the headache has ended. Although in some people this can bring on a sense of euphoria often. It's marked with muscle aches fatigue. An inability to concentrate or a sense of just feeling drained. Some people call this as a migraine hangover so as we said earlier. Migraine is extremely prevalent. At least a billion people around the world habit but that number might actually be pretty low by some estimates. Migraine goes undiagnosed as much as half the time. Symptoms can vary tremendously. And in some cases people might not think they're severe enough or frequent enough to seek medical treatment. People may also avoid seeing a doctor for all kinds of reasons including money time. Fear and the stigma involved with migraines specifically or with seeking medical treatment for pain more generally research in the us suggests that people experienced severe headaches at about the same rate regardless of race or ethnicity but white people in the united states are far more likely to be diagnosed with migraine than people have any other race..

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"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

03:27 min | 3 months ago

"migraine" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"I'm tracing wilson and i'm holly fry. I have a family history of migraine I remember my grandmother talking you about what. She called her sick headaches And i know a lot of people outside of my family who have migraine as well and some of them started dealing with migraine attacks really quite recently. So i've been thinking about doing an episode on the history of migraine for a while because of all these different personal connections. And then after our recent episode on the nelson pill hearings. We got a lot of e mail from listeners. Who mentioned their experiences with migraine. So that moved this topic up to the top as what note. This isn't an can't possibly be comprehensive. There is just a wealth of historical writing about migraine. But i also didn't expand this into a two part episode because at least in terms of what's available in english a lot of that writing is really similar. I had a whole lot more quotes from historical sources. And i felt like i was reading the same thing over and over again so i paired it down a bit and my green is really prevalent. According to the world health organization. It is one of the three most prevalent conditions in the world along with anemia and hearing loss but in spite of that prevalence migraine is widely misunderstood. Really at every level one reason is that the vast majority of people in the world have headaches at some point so it's easy for people who have headaches but not migraine to think of a migraine attack. As just a headache. I know in my family to it was also like if it's a bad headache they would just call it a migraine and that's not accurate true. Yes yes a lot of the historical writing about migraine really does focus on the head pain. Though the word migraine even comes from this in english. It was originally megrim which could also mean vertigo or dizziness. Especially if that was accompanying headache megrim was first used in writing in fourteen forty. And it's been spelled so many different ways like when. I looked oxford english dictionary. And it had the other versions and like click to open for more and it was like eight lines of different spellings of this. The first use in writing was m. y. g. r. e. y. m. e. and there's just a whole assortment of spellings that generally combine a couple of 'em's energy with every vowel that exists in english. Megrim was derived from the old french word. Me claim that french term and the word for migraine in most of the romance languages was derived from the greek word. Heh mccranie a- meaning half of the head does because often but not always the pain associated with a migraine attack occurs on one side of the head but head pain which to be clear can be severe and disabling is really just one piece of how migraine is understood today. So to level set on that today a migraine attack is often described as a four phase process. The first is the pro dome which can start twenty four hours or more before the pain begins and this can involve changes in a person's mood energy level perception or appetite..

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Pulling Back the Curtain on the Female Orgasm

Stuff Mom Never Told You

02:26 min | 4 months ago

Pulling Back the Curtain on the Female Orgasm

"Briefly go over some issues women face when it comes to difficulty orgasm. We've discussed before psychological issues like low self esteem poor body image or something like anxiety or an eating disorder at can affect sexual performance ability to orgasm. There are medical issues. Like denia niceness and difficulty producing lubrication to name a few a at twenty t analysis identified some top factors in sexual dysfunction relationship problems stress mental health issues. Poor physical health. Genetic urinary issues. Such as pelvic pain a history of abortion a history of female genital mutilation sexual abuse being religious. Perhaps due to sexual shame and stigma so the nelson's found that things like communication positive body image exercise. Masturbation can help improve sexual dysfunction. Some people experience depression sadness shame irritability crying self-loathing etc after orgasm achieved consensual pleasurable sex things. Like post-coital trustees or coil destroyer. Some studies suggest over half of women have experienced post-coital foia or cd at least once in a recent survey found that it often is linked more to one realistic expectations than underlying medical condition. Yes And this is kind of related to the petite more or the little death which is used to describe the unconsciousness people. Some people experience after orgasmic. Likening it to death and something. I've just learned about an experience and foolishly did an experiment to test for research for this episode and it took me out a whole day are sex are orgasm but overall i am so these intense headaches that occurred during or after sexual arousal. They can be short-lived or lasts a few hours a couple of days about three days. They're pretty rare and men are more likely to experience them than women. If you are someone who suffers from migraines you're more likely to experience them as well. There are two types orgasmic headache. Which is intense throbbing pain during her after orgasm or sexual benign headaches. Which are these headaches. That build during sexual arousal the kinda guy come from the and then go up some experience both at once and they can be A one time thing or happening clusters of risk six. Twelve month period. Some people have said they're around for life They happen because of muscle contractions and or a spike in blood

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What Differentiates a Migraine From a Headache

The Exam Room by the Physicians Committee

02:22 min | 5 months ago

What Differentiates a Migraine From a Headache

"Let's talk about headaches here on the exam room. Podcast brought to you by the physicians committee and not just any headache. We're about the mother of all headaches. Today we are going to be talking about migraine headaches. What exactly they are. And then how your diet may be affecting whether or not your head is pounding or not and so. We have a gentleman with us here today. Who knows all about this matter. Fact did a comprehensive study on this very topic not too terribly long ago and with that we welcome. Dr neil barr back to the exam room. Thank you so very much for being here. Sir hijack great to be with you. Let's start with the surface level question. What is a migraine. And how does it compare to those day to day headaches that we all get great question. A migraine is not just a bad headache. untypical tension headache. That a lot of folks get is a dull ache lasts an hour or two. It's gone that's of beds. That's about it now. it can be intense. But the differentiates a migraine is that migraines are usually one-sided. They're often pounding and throbbing with your pulse. And along with it. You get lots of other things to. You're really sensitive to lights and sounds and sometimes you'll feel sick. You might even actually throw up. So it's it's a whole physical thing. as opposed to just Attention headache some people will get an aura beforehand. Not everybody but sometimes you'll see changes in your vision. That will warn you that the migraine is about to hit and we talk a lot about chronic illness on the show. Is there any research showing whether or not migraines can be genetic at all they can be and they can also strike at any time of life. Unlike so many conditions where you've got to kind of be middle aged for to happen You'll see them in kids. And i have to tell you check. There is nothing sadder than a kid. Who's got a migraine because they last a long time. They can last overnight the next day kids aren't in school They're just waiting in the dark and what they're hoping for is that they will fall asleep. Sometimes the sleep will arrest the migraine and they can function again but there are kids who have them a few times a week and it can be just really

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"migraine" Discussed on Powerful Patient

Powerful Patient

04:04 min | 6 months ago

"migraine" Discussed on Powerful Patient

"Thank you for having me today. Great so tell us a little bit about you and your practice in how you got interested in working with migraines so i am at denton urologic institute in buffalo new york. We are a private institute. made up of about twenty neurologists and then several newspapers We specialize a predominantly neurology. Psychiatry management as well I am a headache. Specialists on board certified in headache medicine neuro imaging as well pediatric pediatric neurology in general so all media But i've i've gravitated towards headache And concussion I run. Concussion are predominantly because i struggle with migraines myself and so as resident Had my first migraine while at the va hospital and throwing up in a garbage can and was mortified and went to the er for treatment and people were very confused by why the resident was downstairs needing help in the er. And i'm like because you know you have to treat me. And i'm telling them what to do. They're like we can't do that. We need someone else to supervise you. Because you're the patient and it was just very awkward and it really was a pivotal point in my life where i realized that you know i knew the care that i needed at that woman in time for an acute rescue and i couldn't even get it i couldn't even get at. They were even trying to give me other things like strong. Pain narcotic medications things and i was saying no. I know that this is what i need. You know And so it made me realize that there's a great need in society for assistance with migraine and headache. And it's so prevalent. You know thirty. Nine million people living with migraine And so i felt like this was my calling. What's the difference between a migraine and a an ordinary headache. A-m-a-c all of us get headaches from time to time but these are more severe so You know a patient who has migraine headaches can have regular headache says well..

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All Disease Begins In the 'Leaky Gut'

The Ultimate Health Podcast

01:59 min | 6 months ago

All Disease Begins In the 'Leaky Gut'

"We know that diseases are inflammatory diseases. Practically every disease is a disease of inflammation at the cellular level. The cell is on fire. So it just depends. Is it a brain cell or a kidney. Cell is a gasoline or kerosene. But it's always a fire. So that's inflammation so. The goal is to live in anti-inflammatory life with all of what that means and it takes a long time to really dial that down completely for an individual but you just get started. Professor fasano and his team published this year. He said and this is the quote on the the title of the article. These guys don't exaggerate. You know because people would love to take him down and say look with this guy cena but he's so careful. in his language. The title of his article all disease begins in the parentheses leaky gut. All disease begins in the leaky gut. Well what about alzheimer's all disease. What about rheumatoid arthritis all dizzy. What m s ought psoriasis eczema. Migraines all disease begins in the leaky gut and this is what they're teaching our cutting edge physicians at the top medical school in the country. Right now is that there are five pillars in the development of all chronic inflammatory diseases and if your listeners understand that there are five picture that this is the big kahuna concept. If you understand this concept than all of the information that you pick up in podcast like yours or in books that you read like mine or in summits and things you're able to compartmentalize that information into one of the five pillars so that you can hold it because there's so much information our world today we get overwhelmed really easily

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Author Of 'Mastering Migraine' Discusses the Causes Of Migraines

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:17 min | 7 months ago

Author Of 'Mastering Migraine' Discusses the Causes Of Migraines

"We're talking to dr adam hartford. We're gonna talk a little headache Dot harcourt has a book. Mastering migraine and is yes. That's the book mastery migraine. We're talking about some of the means to go after it darker welcome. Thanks so much for having me. So let's talk about the multiple causes of migraine. What a what a mess it can be for people. It's sure can where do we start. what what i can say is By book is kind of based around in in my program is based upon the reality. That migraine is ultimately genetic. Which means you either have or you don't and you're prone to it forever and the interesting thing. Though is the fact that it can be tons of different genes which is why we haven't nailed it down to one thing. So for example the on the extreme end something like hemiplegic migraine which mimic stroke and things like that has three distinct genes that we know that that causes it but for everything else. We know that it has to do with ionic transport which is basically saying that is the healthy Healthiness of neuron is impacted on migraine. And depending on which area of the brain it affects. That determines your symptoms so the most common head pain but it can also be dizziness. It can be stroke like symptoms. It can be ocular. Symptoms all that kind of

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CIA to Expand Havana Syndrome Inquiry

All Things Considered

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

CIA to Expand Havana Syndrome Inquiry

"Says it's established a task force to look into the so called Havana syndrome, the mystery ailment that's had dozens of U. S officials abroad in recent years. NPR's Greg Marie explains. Officials have suffered chronic migraines, dizziness and memory loss. The CIA said the task force will work with other government agencies to further investigate the cause of ailments so severe they forced some officers to retire. A report commissioned by the State Department said last December that microwave radiation is the most plausible cause. More than 40. Diplomats and a smaller number of intelligence officers have suffered symptoms in Cuba, China and Russia and suspected foreign spy agency is to blame. President Biden's nominee to lead the CIA. William Burns said it is confirmation hearing last week that he would make it a priority to find out who was responsible. Greg my RE NPR NEWS Washington

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Avoiding Weight Gain During Stressful Times

Dishing Up Nutrition

17:07 min | 9 months ago

Avoiding Weight Gain During Stressful Times

"If you're worried that you have gained or are gaining way during the stressful time. We're definitely so stressful brittany with this pandemic and the ongoing at home and working from home and you're not the only one i'm hearing it more and more in clinic in fact a survey of eight thousand. Us adults published in the journal of obesity. Found at least a third of adults in the us reported. The corona virus pandemic has led to dramatic changes in their good health habits. Today we want to talk about some of these behaviors and ways that you can avoid weight gain during the pandemic or during any other highly stressful time in your life. Now that you know what we're going to be discussing this morning. I want to myself and our co host. I'm melanie beasley and have been a registered dietitian for the past thirty years one of the joys of my life is sharing the benefits of eating real food with as many of you as possible. I can speak to the benefits of eating real food both professionally and of course personally as well if you read my bio on weight and wellness dot com. You'll see that. I've had some very serious health problems over the years myself. So i truly know the value of eating real food for my own health at nutritional weight and wellness. We all believe health is so much more than the number on the scale does so true. It's so much more we have to feel good. You have to feel good. Everywhere had shoulders knees and totally. It's sad to say but is true. That many people just focus on their weight and now their overall health. Well i know that for me for years and years. This was really important. So i was always looking at what was the scale. What was on the scale now. What was going on internally. Well joining me this morning as you can hear. A voice is brittany. Vincent who's also a registered dietitian britney. You also have had some health problems that went away when you switch eating real food. Yes very transformative. I understand so share with us. Some of your pass health struggles with the listeners and how you overcame them well good morning everybody. You know I was in my early twenties and after finishing while towards the tail end. Finishing school to become a dietitian started having insomnia migraines. I was really tired. i will never forget. I was at a bar with a group of friends. And i like conked out in the in the booth because i was so tired. Oh no and i. It was not from partying. It was just ringing so tired. Exactly as like oh i know. That's when there's something going on. And i always say i saw the light finally an eating real food. I was looking at what i was eating and it was really just processed low fat. I mean everything that i was taught in two and so i made an overhaul of eating more fats Real vegetables purchasing better quality foods and then all of a sudden. My energy got better. I was sleeping better Eliminated gluten as well. My magazines basically disappeared and hers. Feeling great feeling as you should as a young adult and i think that a huge huge Switch that. I made was really the fat really because i was not eating those healthy fats. So making sure and getting that tablespoon of butter or olive oil avocado oil. Some not some avocado. I think really made made a huge difference for me. Plus just tastes delicious. Oh right so much. Easier to eat your veggies with some delicious fat on it and you know i think that For everybody listening that you can definitely be touched in many different ways of just changing changing your diet. Some just curious did you have anxiety that is sort of resolved. I did not do not while the insomnia would be racing thoughts but other than that. No no no. But i'm happy. That's that's over. That is not fun So you know. Understanding the science of nutrition to help to solve a personal problem is so powerful. I think that Experiencing these things ourselves just allows us to better help. Our clients visits us mercy and compassion for everyone who's walking through door or through zoom. Yeah right so you know britney when you were talking about that. I got to thinking. Let's discuss getting back to our topic. We're discussing ways to avoid weight gain during stressful times and certainly living in the midst of the pandemic has its own unique and unpredictable. Stressors right but many of us have had other times in our lives that we have also had highly stressful times so when i was going through cancer and treatments and all surgeries. I was stressed and my family was stressed. In lots of scenarios we can have tremendous stress. I think the most important thing that we can learn during these stressful times is how we manage our stress so true that we have some. We can develop some tools today. We wanna focus not on the stress but on how how each of us can increase our stress management skills. I want us all to focus on the foods and behaviors that increase our stress management skills. The first step is to to see that we have the ability to improve our bodies ma- how it manages that stress. Think of it as adding some tools to your tool box that you can pull from that. You have some control in how your body manages stress. Yeah and i hear that from clients who really are dedicated to eating real food throughout a stressful time and they comment. I am handling this a lot better than i. otherwise would be. It really is about chemistry. And i know people's character. It is in our survey reported in the journal of obesity included peop- people from different counties but also from different states in the in the us in the study found that the corona virus pandemic for many adults has led to a major decrease in their healthy habits and that they had that they had practiced prior to the pandemic and the study found two thirds of people eight more junk food well only a third eight healthier meals cooked at home again about two-thirds exercise less because gyms were closed but many rescue dogs and consistently walked their new dock. Some have more anxiety slept less where others were able to sleep longer to to less commuting time some people viewed the pandemic as a time to cook more healthy meals at home sleep longer also to have time for a pet. The sussex study also broke down the results by the different bmi classification such as normal weight overweight and obese ir that study in the study i noted to the study found the stay at home. Order had the most negative impact on the individuals in the obese category actually found. They found the anxiety. Scores increased most dramatically in people with obesity. The people with obesity also gained the most weight during the stay at home order so from results of the study. There are many different questions we could ask now number one do people of normal weight. In general practice better healthy habits for number two d normal weight people have fewer cravings. Find it easier to maintain a healthier eating plan number three to overweight and obese. People have more stress in their lives. Very good questions. Yeah do you have the answers necessarily but we're gonna talk. We're gonna right so to answer some of those questions. We want to share some basic lifestyle and eating habits to help you avoid weight gain during stressful times. Because i am seeing in clinic. I do see clients who've gained weight who've had a weight problems stressful and if it's a chemical chemical process and perhaps another way to live at this time is to find ways you can increase your stress management skills those tools in your toolbox that may be a new thought for you and yes you can learn and practice certain tricks to manage your stress whether it's during the pandemic or taken high school or college exam whether you're going through health crisis and i think time to dig into a demystify these tricks and the first trick to come out of the magical hat is eat breakfast every day. Not a sundays days. Breakfast is in spat especially important if you have stressful meeting or Chemistry exam or presentation or you studied all night absolutely. We're going to get back to eating breakfast but we have to take a break. I you are listening to dishing up nutrition and we are discussing how you can avoid weight gain during stressful. Times will be right back. Welcome back for dishing other for many of our clients. Tell us they need healthy new snack ideas so we decided to share a couple with you today. Make an egg. Salad with celery and expel or pressed. Safflower may or avocado mail. Then place a scoop of the egg salad and a half of a red pepper love I love deviled eggs as well. So my favorite is our salmon patty recipe that's in the weight and wellness way. Cookbook and nutrition guide. It's also on our website weight and wellness dot com ad and variety of raw vegetables. The vegetables to and you can Dip in some mayo at that. And then you've got this nice balanced out snacks so stay tuned and we will give you additional snack. Ideas have to say i love that I never tried it until pre pandemic one of our front desk staff gals was eating it. And i thought oh. I want to try this and she goes. Oh get a fork. I tried it. I was like it so delicious but when looking at the ingredients. I thought me when i wanted to make now i make it. You just plop it. Cook it and then take those patties and freeze them. They freeze great. Yeah so easy. It's awesome so stay tuned because we're going to have more of these ideas we are and i think it's time to dig into and demystify these tricks that we have the first trick to come out of the magical hat was eat breakfast every day. So fringy have for breakfast. I had leftover hamburger patty at six thirty. This morning did in samantha's and For something quick. I had part of an apple. Yeah wonderful e you got a gun. It wasn't gone. My husband always makes a eggs for me. He always gets up. When i have the radio show and So a couple eggs. And i also do half of an apple with sunbutter easy. Yeah got it done early in the morning forest feeling good for the radio show feeling over the radio show and you don't take out your energy you know and i always tell my clients breakfast really Tone for the day. You are going to feel better having a balanced breakfast. And then you're naturally going to make healthier choices because you're starting the day with a balanced blood sugar. It really makes the world of difference. And i the key to that balanced blood sugars like i had the eggs the protein and you had the hamburger patty protein and that kind of anchors not only your blood sugar but also begins the process of making those rain chemicals. The neural transmitters us that helps us with our day. Yeah yeah. I have absolutely recognized. I need enough protein in the morning just to feel good the entire day so i need at least three ounces. Good to to get me started. And i think that you know. A lot of people aren't in the habit of taking the time to make breakfast Your after something easy so you might sit down. Pour your favorite dry cereal in a bowl until the bolas fall. Always you know not a cup of cereal. Several cups of syria but that may be inviting obesity earnings -iety to come visit. There's been many studies. Demonstrating that high carb. High sugar diets often lead to anxiety and obesity. So what could be happening when you eat a big bowl of breakfast cereal which could easily have eighty one grams of carbs. When you consider how high carb that is in how high sugar foods affect your brain chemistry. It's very likely this unhealthy breakfast is causing a reduction in your serotonin. Level and serotonin is one of our. Most important are transmitters. You can think of neurotransmitters feel brain chemicals and serotonin helps to make us happy calm. Less anxious more focused all things that we that we need right. If you could just have a cup of serotonin But the next step we can just buy a coupla. Serotonin is that protein xactly so importantly we know a diet. High in processed carbs raise blood sugar level above normal and then the pancreas produces excess. Insulin leading to people being overweight or obese So when we say process carbs pathetic of the foods that come from a factory versus a farm Cereal is one. there is no serial bush. No there's not another interesting fact. Is obesity associated with having more anxiety one study found at the obesity. People have a twenty five percent increased risk of suffering from mood and anxiety disorders. Additionally chronic stress can also increase the fat stored in the abdominal area. And around our organs it is also an increased risk for type two diabetes heart attacks. High blood pressure so many risk factors we want our clients to avoid absolutely. And that's often a question i ask A new client. If weight loss's one of their goals asking them whereas there where they have gained weight where they're storing it can indicate to us. Hormonally what could be going on. And i'm sure you can agree. But i'm hearing more and more. People are starring in their abdomen that stress. And then also you know. Eating more processed carbs increases insulin resistance so can really be twofold mentioned earlier. We talked about if you have that bullet cereal and maybe skim milk. Possibly sugar sprinkled on. Tom It raises that blood sugar. And when your blood sugar goes higher than the body once it to It really is a stressful event entirely. Yup and when we have that stressful event internally we're increasing our stress levels yep so that's a simple tool really it is and you know. Our body doesn't know the difference between that stressor of eating cereal or the stress from covid. No good point. We respond to it the same way So keeping that in mind and again we have control of everything. We're putting in her mouth. So if that can impact stress that much We really need to take control of that is that is to have control over few things and that is one of i

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CIA Analyst Turned Reiki Energy Healer With Jessica Brodkin

Merkaba Chakras

04:23 min | 9 months ago

CIA Analyst Turned Reiki Energy Healer With Jessica Brodkin

"Well can to another podcast episode of macabre charge russia's two day we learn a little bit about reiki energy healing as modality for wellness and to connect to source hands on energy healing is an ancient healing modality. Gone as far back to end. Yeshua ben yosef was taught how to do it by his teachers in his childhood buddhist monastery. It was rediscovered in the twentieth century by japanese buddhist monk dr macau you sui whom taught it to the world today i bring former. Cia analysts jessica. Brought ken who made a career change into being a successful reiki energy healing practitioner. and with that jessica. welcome to merkava chaka's inky for having me. Oh you look real. Yes you'll live babar's you have fabulous marian hair there. We'll talk about that a little bit later so before we discuss your work and it's fascinating by the way. Can you tell us your story for how you got into this. In the first place you started off in cia. I did yes. I started off I started working there. When i was twenty two so right out of college and then i when i was twenty six. I had debilitating migraines where i would have And would have debilitating migraines and sort of pseudo seizures regularly. And i was not able to work and i passed out in front of a friend and He waved his hands over me. And i woke up and my pain was gone and i was like what are you doing. And he's like. I'm doing reiki and i'm like i have no idea what that is not see work with you at the in the cia. Okay just a friend from From high school from growing up and And i went back to this was in new york and went back to washington dc. Where i was living. I found a practitioner. And i started going to healings all the time and And that's how that's how. I became a recipient and then around nine years ago around the age of thirty. I i kind of had a breakdown again and my sister had chronic illness and she motivated me to to heal her. I sent i I sent she lived in my house. She lives in miami. So she's in miami and i I sent my healer to distance on her. And it didn't work. And i was like let me try and then i was able to do it over the phone and I found out that i was able to help her nice. And then it got all the training in the certifications but But really. When i learned i really was just And then later years later found that this that my relatives have been doing this for generations. And i had no idea what are you. Let's unpack some of this. So your sister had what was the ailment that she was having ulcerative colitis. Okay what is that again. it's It's a the colon that has shared a lot of pain so i felt motivated by her. Now she and then i just started practicing my friends who were interested. And where did you learn when i initially learned. I initially channelled which. I don't tell a lot of people that but i initially channelled and then i went. And how did you learn to channel is just come naturally. Okay so I had a mental breakdown. When i was thirty years old and i started seeing spirits in the woods where it was living and i thought it was schizophrenic and i went to the doctor and i said am i schizophrenic. And she said no She's like you're having a spiritual awakening. This is what my psychiatrist told

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Farabee has 4-point game, Flyers beat Penguins 6-3

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

Farabee has 4-point game, Flyers beat Penguins 6-3

"Joel Farabee had a goal and three assists in the flyer six three decision over the penguins the game was tied three three until Michael Raffl tallied five thirty seven into the third period to begin a flurry of scoring for Philadelphia Oskar Lindblom Kevin Hayes scored twenty seconds apart to turn it into a rout flyers forward Travis connect me like how they closed out the win I definitely think that you know when we got those chances we made sure we capitalized and you know I think the couple quick ones they're kind of put him back on their heels no one Patrick also scored in his first game since April two thousand nineteen the twenty two year old center and number two overall pick in the twenty seventeen draft was stricken with debilitating migraines are caused him to miss all of last season I'm Dave Ferrie

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"migraine" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

05:55 min | 10 months ago

"migraine" Discussed on Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Podcast

"Just probably two or three days ago. I have been seeing this patient. Who refuses to see anyone. she's she has had asper her diagnose as an intractable migraine without aura and she has had migraines as a child. And she's in her late sixties now and She said this to me. She's like i go anywhere. They make me more dizzy. And i just don't wanna do it anymore so That was that was a red flag for me. And i was like okay. She's someone we need to really start from scratch from the bottom but there was a very interesting thing She mentioned and it came across my mind. And i thought. I'm speaking with you. And i'll probably ask you this question. She has been extremely sensitive to light throughout her life but now she has been getting a little bit more sensitive to light and i Randomly answered the question if she has cataract so she does have cataract but they're not ready for surgery yet. Have you come across And hypersensitivity in people if cataract if they have cataract or like Things like that. Yeah so this is a very important point when caring for somebody with the subaru migraine. Vision is the key word here. You must be very aware of their visual abilities. And whether or not they have any vision diagnoses. May you mentioned cataracts. That's of course very common in older individuals but even in younger individuals were seeing people who are wearing contact lenses and they may have unusual. Contact lenses like bifocals. Contact lenses for one near lands in one farland's we also were seeing patients who have progressive lenses And these progressive lenses multi focal lenses can be particularly challenging or obviously patients but in but especially for patients with migraine and In this patient you mentioned it while it's true that Early cataracts can be problematic particularly people who have sensory sensitivity I also would one know whether or not this patient has any visual issues. Such as are they wearing multi focal lenses or say are okay and then is there any strong business or oculus alignments now okay. So soon as i see a patient who's older with sniffer migraine. Break the bad news to them. Which is in my opinion. They should be wearing multi focal lenses. And of course it's bad news because they look nice and they're expensive and if patients already have them they like the way they look and they don't want to buy new ones but I think it's really important to have a conversation with your patients about their vision. Multi focal lenses are challenging. Because they're only infocus more or less in an hourglass pattern and upper right and upper left. Gaze is blurred by design. That's the way they're designed and.

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"migraine" Discussed on ANPT Vestibular Special Interest Group

ANPT Vestibular Special Interest Group

05:55 min | 10 months ago

"migraine" Discussed on ANPT Vestibular Special Interest Group

"Just probably two or three days ago. I have been seeing this patient. Who refuses to see anyone. she's she has had asper her diagnose as an intractable migraine without aura and she has had migraines as a child. And she's in her late sixties now and She said this to me. She's like i go anywhere. They make me more dizzy. And i just don't wanna do it anymore so That was that was a red flag for me. And i was like okay. She's someone we need to really start from scratch from the bottom but there was a very interesting thing She mentioned and it came across my mind. And i thought. I'm speaking with you. And i'll probably ask you this question. She has been extremely sensitive to light throughout her life but now she has been getting a little bit more sensitive to light and i Randomly answered the question of she has cataract so she does have cataract but they're not ready for surgery yet. Have you come across And hypersensitivity in people if cataract if they have cataract or like Things like that. Yeah so this is a very important point when caring for somebody with the subaru migraine. Vision is the key word here. You must be very aware of their visual abilities. And whether or not they have any vision diagnoses. May you mentioned cataracts. That's of course very common in older individuals but even in younger individuals were seeing people who are wearing contact lenses and they may have unusual. Contact lenses like bifocals. Contact lenses hor one near lands in one farland's we also were seeing patients who have progressive lenses And these progressive lenses multi. Focal lenses can be particularly challenging or obviously patients but in but especially for patients with migraine and In this patient you mentioned it while it's true that Early cataracts can be problematic particularly people who have sensory sensitivity I also would one know whether or not this patient has any visual issues. Such as are they wearing multi focal lenses or say are okay and then is there any strong business or oculus alignments now okay. So soon as i see a patient who's older with the her migraine. I sort of break the bad news to them which is in my opinion. They should be wearing multi focal lenses. And of course it's bad news because they look nice and they're expensive and if patients already have them they like the way they look and they don't want to buy new ones but I think it's really important to have a conversation with your patients about their vision. Multi focal lenses are challenging. Because they're only infocus more or less in an hourglass pattern and upper right and upper left. Gaze is blurred by design. That's the way they're designed and.

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Terminate Toxins with Aimee Carlson

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

04:01 min | 11 months ago

Terminate Toxins with Aimee Carlson

"Welcome everybody to another wonderful episode of wellness warriors. Today i have a very interesting speaker. Her name is a may in french. May carlson maine's loved the beloved. And i'll call you because that's how people know you so so. Amy has a very interesting story to share. She's known as the toxin terminator. She's the host of the toxin terminator podcast bestselling author. She has been featured in lots of other podcasts and summits she spent the last seven years removing hidden toxins from her own home to be free of chronic disease in. It's helped hundreds of people do the same. So as you all know. Essential number two to reduce your toxic exposure. So i am very interested to hear what it may or amy has to say. So thank you for joining us. Dr. what a pleasure and an honor to be here with you today. Share with your audience and i know they're astute already if they're following you and and what they're learning so if we can add just a little piece that they can take away and implement into their life than we've done our job today absolutely. There's always new things to learn. I have seen that in my forty plus years in the wellness industry. Alright yes it is absolutely so go ahead. And i always like to start our podcast with the pain passion. There was a trigger point of pain which you know really drove you down this path of being the toxin toxin terminators. So let's hear about that. Amy does so honestly. I had a lot of things going on in my life in harris. Maybe where your audience. My this might be the point right that we're going to talk about. I really wasn't looking for any solutions. In my life. I was not. I had no idea how poorly i felt you know. Have you heard that before you know. We really think we're pretty okay. I knew i had issues going on with my health. I worked in the automotive field for thirty years. I was exposed to a lot Within that industry it also had my mindset in a certain way. And i'll get into that. But then i had things happening in my body like headaches headaches every single day i went to lots of doctors in fact i started at as time went on i started developing migraines headaches to begin with and then they said into migraines and then as time continued to go on what happened is i lost vision on the left side from my migraines and i was seen by so many different specialists given so many different medications and nothing was helping and i just felt like this was this was it i. I wasn't getting any solutions. And i didn't know there were as another option available to me i also had a whole lot of reproductive issues I was diagnosed in menopause at the age of thirty six. The uterus age of thirty seven because that's what the solution was and so i was thrown into beyond the menopause. I was experiencing before it was really really bad. Afterwards in fact My husband and i for many winters travel by motor coach and the bedroom door and i would walk out to get coffee with him in the morning and he would just look at me really strange and one morning i said. Honey what are you doing. And he's he said. I'm trying to figure out which aim years is coming out this morning. We know and so realizing you know when you're in the throes of those emotional ups and downs and and almost felt like i was out of body.

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Microwave Radiation 'Most Plausible' Cause Of Diplomats' Ailments, Report Says

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:50 sec | 11 months ago

Microwave Radiation 'Most Plausible' Cause Of Diplomats' Ailments, Report Says

"Study concludes illnesses suffered by dozens of U. S. Diplomats in Cuba and China in recent years was likely caused by microwave radiation. NPR's Greg Meyer E has details more than 40. American diplomats based in Cuba and China had reported ailments that include persistent migraines, dizziness and memory loss. The cause has been a mystery, the State Department said little but asked the national academies of Sciences to investigate. Dr David Relman, who led the study says some type of radio frequency energy such as microwave radiation is the most plausible explanation. What we can say is that something real And significant clinically happened to these people. The study did not address who is responsible or what the motive might have been.

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Microwave Radiation 'Most Plausible' Cause Of Diplomats' Ailments, Report Says

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

Microwave Radiation 'Most Plausible' Cause Of Diplomats' Ailments, Report Says

"Radiation is thought to be the likeliest cause of illnesses suffered by dozens of U. S. Diplomats in Cuba and China in recent years. NPR's Greg Marie has more more than 40. American diplomats based in Cuba and China have reported ailments that include persistent migraines, dizziness and memory loss. The cause has been a mystery, the State Department said little but asked the national academies of Sciences to investigate. Dr David Relman, who led the study says some type of radio frequency energy such as microwave radiation is the most plausible explanation. What we can say is that something real And significant clinically happened to these people. The study did not address who is responsible for what the motive might have been.

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Report finds microwave energy likely made US diplomats ill

Aaron Byrd

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

Report finds microwave energy likely made US diplomats ill

"A new report says microwave radiation is the most likely cause of illnesses suffered by dozens of U. S diplomats stationed in Cuba and China in recent years. The report was produced by the National Academy of Sciences. NPR's Greg Marie, has more more than 40. American diplomats based in Cuba and China have reported ailments that include persistent migraines, dizziness and memory loss. The cause has been a mystery, the State Department said little but asked the national academies of Sciences to investigate. Dr David Relman, who led the study says some type of radio frequency energy such as microwave radiation is the most plausible explanation. What we can say is that Something real and significant clinically happened to these people study did not address who is responsible or what the motive might have

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Judge: Detained immigrants must see a judge within 10 days

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 11 months ago

Judge: Detained immigrants must see a judge within 10 days

"Civil rights groups are applauding a ruling by a New York federal judge that newly detained immigrants must be presented in court within ten days of being apprehended not months immigration advocates say judge Alison Nathan's ruling is the first time U. S. immigrations and customs enforcement has been ordered to provide prompt access to a judge more important because of covert nineteen spreading in detention facilities judge Nathan said while detainees may not have a fundamental right to be released during removal proceedings the government does not have an unfettered right to detain them in twenty fourteen the average wait to see a judge was eleven days more recently it's been around three months one migraine Shemar Michelle said ice officers told him he'd be home by dinnertime when they took him from his children but it was six weeks before he got to see a judge I'm Jackie Quinn

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"migraine" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"migraine" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Is the the migraine headaches muscle growth is muscle cramps the doctor pro the listed because in this is this is associated with a lack of magnesium in the body simply a lack of magnesium holy cow it's nothing to really mess around with now what happens is that many of them in your body for the calcium to be absorbed so it's it's a necessary thing in order to get the first component which is calcium that's right they work in combination with each other there's many more practical applications of this calmac formula first of all I guess that you drink it they'll get into your system one of the first things we use it for our clinic is for people who are under a lot of stress and they can't sleep well at night it works better than anything I've ever seen for people that have trouble sleeping because it relaxes your body needs to actually fill the relaxation after you during the day after you drink a Cup of the California interesting and the other thing that it's really really good for people who are in pain okay I have a whole bunch of stories to tell you and and that case studies of people actually taking the calmac formula and getting rid of pain this is included arthritic type pain fibromyalgia which is a form of arthritis back pain is muscle spasms migraine headaches there's a whole category of very that like to discuss with you wow that's fantastic some of those things that you've name seemed to be age related or or things that we experience as we grow older is there a link there yeah there's a vicious circle that I'd like to discuss what happens is that when a person has a magnesium deficiency we may need them they don't absorb their food what is really going to what we call malabsorption syndrome which million the million Americans have and it's not like you feel sick or you know that that you might be over time you start to feel more tired and tired and tired if the real gradual over time type of thing and a lot of people justify that they're getting all the Disney more breast or whatever right that's what I would think that what happens is that when when you get less absorption you actually increase the deficiency in your system of magnesium and that started to take the calcium out of the phones if they're getting phone line you start getting model lock because it also reduces the muscle mass and pretty soon before you know it you are feeling old yeah anybody they actually started to manifest that well all due to a simple lack of these nutrients together many of the now let me tell you and it is a symbol of the problem in being a doctor researcher and how to get this into the system the formula we have the calmac formula is so fantastic because get the powder form you take hot water you may give you put it in a Cup take a teaspoon of the powder and mix it in yeah and you drink this Cup down this great life story is really incredible because it it actually goes right into your bloodstream all right this is probably a good time folks if you want to get.

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"migraine" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"migraine" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Huge is migraine, and I was ready to kill everybody. It's not. Go ahead. Yeah. For everybody safety. You could tell you that what could you not give up for forty days? What could you not give up hit us up? Big boys. Eight. You push up. Twenty four. Fresh. Cool. Rowlett? Sure the last name with Iran going. Just. Is here speaking on this man, what could you never give up? He was going down with lyric lyric. Halo. Lyric lyric would could you never give up. Chewing chewing. As. How how long have you been chewing ice? Well, I'm only fifteen years of age. I grew up around my grandmother chewing. So when I. Two and I wa. Wow. Now, let me let me ask you this. Have you had any blood work to see if your Nemec? No, I have not man. Let me tell.

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"migraine" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"migraine" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"From the American migraine foundation. It's an absolute nightmare. The I was terrified. It was like your head's going to explode migraine is a disabling disease. Just all of a sudden couldn't see migraine has ruined my life. Absolutely terrifying. There's pain that does not stop dropping pulsing banging hammering feeling in your head. Thirty six million Americans suffer started getting migraines around five years old just takes over everything. I feel trapped by migraine hurts like heads guy fall off and the whole world around. You stops world has gotten smaller. You feel like the walls closing on you. There's nothing you can do I spent a year housebound. It's like you're trapped in your head. There's no escaping it. You can't leave your body. Don't suffer alone. Make your move against migraine. Visit American migraine foundation dot org to find help. Learn more and get connected. Works which means avoiding a shutdown. The president feeling. Declare a national emergency. Exactly how to do that. As you all know has been quite challenging the individual cost to the Trump shutdown are even harder and more moving. Then the overall big numbers. Many have missed many federal workers have missed doctors payments. They felt fallen behind on paying bills when they missed two paychecks.

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"migraine" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"migraine" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"From the American migraine foundation. It's an absolute nightmare. Yeah. I was terrified. It was like your head's going to explode. Migraine is a disabling disease. Just all of a sudden couldn't see migraine has ruined my life. Absolutely terrifying. There's pain that does not stop robbing pulsing banging hammering feeling in your head. Thirty six million Americans suffer started getting around five years old just takes over everything. I feel trapped by migraine hurts like heads galley fall off and the whole world around. You stops world has gotten smaller. You feel like the walls closing on you. There's nothing you can do I spent a year housebound. He's like you're trapped in your head. There's no escaping it. You can't leave your body. Don't suffer alone. Make your move against migraine. Visit American migraine foundation dot org to find help. Learn more and get connected. Hey, welcome to America tonight. How you doing.

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