20 Burst results for "Movement Disorder"

"movement disorder" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

04:58 min | 3 months ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on Untangle

"For how to sleep better, then you're left with, you have to shift how you think about how you sleep. Absolutely. Well, you said a couple of things there that are very important. The idea of changing your mindset about sleep is really important. I do feel like a therapist for a certain population of people who come here for the 400 pound guy who can not breathe and sleep at the same time. My therapy is directed towards you've got to wear the CPAP. It will not only change your life, but it will save it. So everybody's got their thing. So to me, this idea of mindfulness and being in the moment is so important what you really see is the psychological scarring, difficult sleep has over a long period of time. None of the pills work. Doctors dismiss me. I've paid thousands of dollars for sleep studies that don't really help. So these people do need a kind of therapy. You understand that these people are really hurt by this condition. All I think about is this problem in ways to fix people, but it's a real thing and what you often see too is it becomes intermingled with their identity. So my identity is I'm a short man who is a neurologist and sleep specialist, father of three who likes music and art and just kind of being travel. That's how I construct my identity. And what you notice with insomnia is sometimes that kind of becomes your identity. You're the one person in the office who everybody knows, Phil can't sleep. He's been to 20 different sleep doctors and nobody can figure him out. And that's their thing. And so it's a very delicate situation when you start to approach these things because you're not just approaching a problem sometimes. You're approaching what makes that person special, how they view themselves. And so it gets very tangled up in there. So I like giving people practical solutions. I like people to understand that there is a tremendous amount of benefit in resting and meditation. That I don't even claim to be an expert in. Well, so if someone's going to sleep. So just getting down to brass tacks. Here, because I understand that we have to change our mindset and there are a lot of behavioral things we have to change. I know for myself, I sometimes put on our meditation studio app, I just put brain sounds to go to sleep and that is very soothing for me and it takes my mind out of an anxious mode. If you had to pick your top 5 tips for sleeping better, I don't want to say for like hearing insomnia because I feel like no part of it. Do you have like sort of a snapshot? Okay, awesome. Yeah. I'll take these a little bit out of order based upon what the direction we've gone today. I would say step one is if you've heard this all before, you've read all the books, you've taken on the medications. It's okay to move towards seeing a sleep specialist. There's a substantial part of that pie of people who have undiagnosed sleep disorders that they're never going to fix on their own. If your legs are moving 838 times on average every night and you're not aware of it until you take a medication for what's called periodic limb movement disorder, your sleep's never gonna be better. So number one, if you're frustrated and not going anywhere, find a real medical sleep specialist and go see him or her because you may need a little bit more than what you can do for yourself. Number two, I think that it's really important for us all to have a schedule. What you really find out is your brain does nothing accidentally. Your body is not accidental in any way. It's got a schedule. So if you're awake, sleep schedule is all over the place, then lots of things in your body are going to be all over the place. Tip number three would be think beyond sleep when it comes to your schedule and sleep. Try to eat your meals at the same time every day. Every morning you wake up, you have a bagel and some orange juice, and you get outside and walk your dog. Every day, all the same. So think about light, getting out, walking your dog outside, you get a flood of light. Now all of a sudden you're starting your day off with body movement as you walk your dog, a consistent meal with your bagel and orange juice, and light as you walk outside and walk the dog. So when we start getting our sleep schedules screwed up, our meals get screwed up, our exercise timing gets screwed up. Our light exposure, our light minimization, they all get screwed up too. And that can be a real problem. When it comes to your bedtime, I want you to have a bedtime, but I want you to define your bedtime as the earliest you're allowed to try to sleep and not when you go to sleep, meaning that if you've kind of come up with a schedule, if I go to bed at 11, I'm going to get up at 6 30. It gives me 7 and a half hours of sleep. If you get in bed to 9 11 o'clock and you don't feel sleepy or at ten 45, you're so upset about something that happened at work today that you know going down the hall and getting that bad, you're not going to fall asleep and stay up. That is no different than you choosing to skip lunch because you just weren't.

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Closing prices for crude oil, gold and other commodities

Bloomberg Surveillance

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Closing prices for crude oil, gold and other commodities

"Let's get some more color on those equity markets. We can't do that with Bloomberg Markets reporter Pretty Gupta critic. What you looking at this morning? Well, Good morning, Paul. Good morning, Bonnie. It is very low volume today also sing very low volatility, so it's slim pickings were talking about individual equity movers. But I'm gonna give it a shot under the hood here. The big story here is gonna be in biotech and sage Therapeutics. Ticker s a G partnering with Biogen. Take Herbie II be to develop and commercialize their depression and movement disorders. Drugs Iran alone now Excuse me if I pronounced that wrong, but you really saw Sage Therapeutics really skyrocket in the pre market share's going up 15%. Also to the upside AMC networks that film the Cinema Company, Of course, Take a M C X. Joining the small cap 600 Index shares up 6.5% in the premarket on I do want to go to the downside because those stories seem to be a little bit more interesting for me. But crypto Link stocks really declining here with Bitcoin declining for its third day as well, You're seeing the likes of riot Blockchain ticker R I O t down about 17%. Marathon patent Group M A. R A. Is the ticker another 17% drop there and Big Digital Beaty Beaty down 14% Once again, those are those crypto link stocks and we huge mentioned that decline in gold as well. Paul. Those gold stocks is gold mining stocks were down by Newmont and barracks gold under a little bit of pressure this morning, Newmont down 1.4% of the pre market very scold down about a percentage and a half

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"movement disorder" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You're only one of 16 certified dance for Petey teachers A worldwide that's right. You You're such a singular talent. Do you anticipate this event coming up as something you want to do More often isn't gonna be an annual thing is this Is this your inaugural? One of you will be done this before? It is actually our first one. We had initially planned to do it in April. Concerns Awareness month. Remember that we all know we went into the shutdown at that time, so the events that were doing in November is a smaller scale of that keeping a mind of all our safety precautions. But what I hope to do is in 2021 is our library system here in Las Vegas has so many beautiful facilities, So I really want to take this project on the road and bring it, Tio. Various libraries throughout the city. So in other words, I'm bringing the work to our Parkinson's community. So with that, I hope I do that. I hope that I will also inspire other artists not just in dance, but other professional artists to become engaged in working with the Parkinson's community. That's great. And and on that note, this zoom event coming up this PT and the creative Arts experience on November 8th. Are you encouraging patients of Parkinson's or our caregivers or both? Who are you targeting? For these classes people with Parkinson's disease because it will be a lot of fun Theo event and I already have people finding up and I know We have not seen each other in person. In many months. She was going to be wonderful to see everybody depend. Of course, caregivers are always welcome. Anytime caregivers take our classes because it makes you feel so good and of family, friends and, of course, anybody in the medical community or wellness community that is interested in Working with people with Parkinson's disease, and Pamela What kind of results have you seen from this? What kind of growth from your patients have you seen directly affected by this work? There are studies that show that people that take a dance for PT Class twice a week. That means one hour class twice a week that it can slow the progression of the disease for people with mild Moderate symptoms. So there's very positive outcomes being projected as far as work with dancer, Parkinson's disease. Yeah, and do you know that are you live in Las Vegas is? Yes, I do. Do you know what our numbers are here? How big is our community of Parkinson's disease patients? I don't have the exact numbers, So I don't like to quote that But I can tell you, it is the fastest growing neurological Movement disorder worldwide, so it is number one, and I think it's really important that like myself, I really didn't I had heard about Parkinson's disease, but I wasn't aware of it until I received this invitation, and it's something that can. In fact, so many people it can infect younger people, but a predominantly affect people. In their older age, so really making ourselves more aware about this particular disease? I think it's important people with Parkinson's disease often times become isolated, and I think part of that is not necessarily just always because they're not feeling well. But also because I think in our culture that there is up, you know if you're not moving fast enough, or if you're not smiling at the right time, all that, like instantaneous pressure that we put on one another. Very difficult for people with Parkinson's disease. So if we learn to be more considerate and patient with one another, I found people with Parkinson's disease. They just they blast up and you get to really see the person so I think it's important. Actually, Couple of years ago, I'm changing the subject really quick. I had Ah, young lady. There is a school here. In Las Vegas, and they were teaching about brain health, and they talked about Parkinson's disease, and she was in fifth grade and she came to participate and view my class and interview me so I know that the younger age they're starting to make people more aware about thes challenges that we have in our communities. So It's a wonderful event. It's very creative again. People are not a patient. There were just coming there to celebrate our creativity and enjoy each other and enjoy this movie I created. So now, Pamela, your dancer, your teacher, your choreographer, the and I'm fascinated what goes into, especially with his classes that you're doing. What do you have to consider in terms of limitations when it comes to Parkinson's disease? Because if you if you've been dancing your whole life you I'm sure have a much bigger range of motion. Then then the patients You work with what? What other limitations have you had to consider when doing your choreography? Well, I think that's a great question. First of all, when you meet somebody with Parkinson's disease, you have met one person with Parkinson's disease, so the disease itself affects each person. Differently and how they feel throughout, you know their day, depending on their medications, and so on and so forth can impact the way they move so in our classes, and this comes from a professional dance experience and my education, I'm able to adapt without saying I'm changing this because you can't do this. That way. At this moment, I'm able to adapt and see how they're moving and how things are being received in order to modify the class. So I have a foundation of what I'm working on in the class. I worked from a very organic way in moving of very dramatic and neurological bathed, and that's to create more fluidity in the movement to help with their balance. Of course, we do things with strength. And hand eye coordination in the movement. But there's just a lot of factors and that comes from my very rich and diverse experience as a professional dancer, educator and a professional dancer and swell, so check the kind of pinpointed, I guess at the whole article that or that I need to divulge it. Some push. Well, I I asked that question because I've taken dance classes. When I think of going to dance class. There's a little bit of anxiety because I think Oh, my gosh, like that so strict, You get corrected by the teacher on your phone. Warm and all that, and I want Teo Polly ate some of the anxiety for any listeners who might.

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Can You Train Yourself to Become Ambidexterous?

BrainStuff

06:18 min | 2 years ago

Can You Train Yourself to Become Ambidexterous?

"The. World is made up of about ninety percent of right handed people and ten percents, left-handed people folks who are truly ambidextrous, those who use their right and left hand equally well make up a negligible sliver of the population, but is ambidextrous, inherited or learned, and if learned, can it be learned as an adult? We spoke of email with Dr Sebastian. Auckland Berg a professor of psychology at Ruhr University and BOCOM Germany. He said a little bit of both. And this is determined by about twenty five percent, genetic factors and seventy five percent, non genetic factors like environmental influences. It clearly runs families, so it is somewhat inherited, but learning might also affect it I think amdex steady for a specific task. like hitting a tennis ball with the racket is possible, but full embiid extremity for all tasks is unlikely. Handedness being the skill in comfort, a person feels using one hand, or the other is considered a complex genetic trait, and since genes are involved hand, preference develops before a person's even born, but like other complex traits handedness including ambiguity extremity doesn't have a simple pattern of inheritance. Yes there is a greater chance. The children of left-handed parents will also be lefthanded than righties, but remember the chance of being a lefty is just ten percent overall, so most children have lefties are still right handed. An identical twins are more likely than non identical twins to both be either right or left handed, but many of both types do have opposite hand preferences, and that's before we even talk about whether a child's handedness is allowed to develop naturally or whether parents and teachers interfere. Hand dominance typically develops around age three and fully developed by age four to five, but it can be influenced by insisting a child uses their other hand, or by happenstance for example when he was four years old, former major league baseball pitcher Billy Wagner broke his right elbow and spent the summer in a cast. In his memoir Wachner victory recalls being a natural righty at the time and already mad for baseball, but for the next six weeks he threw only left-handed when the cast came off, he was in for a surprise when he tried throwing with his right, the ball went nowhere had lost not a strength of coordination for throwing with his right arm and gained it in his left. Wagner wrote. I was a natural righty then and still am I do everything right handed eat told tools right start lawnmower everything except pitch. Wagner wouldn't be considered ambidextrous though he's certainly managed to have an incredibly successful career working with his non dominant hand. Baseball is full of players who switch hit meaning. They hit equally well from either the left or right side, and are comfortable, facing left or right handed pitchers, some like hall of Famers, Eddie Murray Mickey Mantle and Chipper Jones were successful, but they like. Wagner weren't truly ambidextrous. Which is something? That's very difficult to do, but why the? Lindburg said headedness is something that is generated in the brain, not the hands as such. The half the brain contra lateral to the hand is better in controlling fine motor movements for example, the left brain hemisphere in right handers. The strength of this preference varies between individuals. Some people have a very strong preference for one hand, and resulting from that greater issue in using the other for specific tasks, so it's the brain that sets the barrier. But if the brains, that's the barrier. The brain can also remove it. Take the case of Billy McLaughlin. McLaughlin is an award winning guitarist known for a unique style of play, placing both hands on the Fredbord, Originally predominantly a right handed guitar player, but in the late nineteen nineties despite having a record at number seven on the billboard. He was struggling with control problems. He was missing notes when he played an experienced muscle spasms to the point that he was unable to perform. Finally in two thousand one McLaughlin was diagnosed with focal Dystonia, a movement disorder, causing muscles to contract involuntarily, though advised to find another career McLaughlin opted to teach himself to play left handed and he succeeded. So this begs the question. Can we teach ourselves to become ambidextrous as adults? A two thousand seven study found that as we age, we actually become more ambidextrous without even trying in part because the hands that we use more loses. Its dominance of the study was small. It included sixty participants all strongly right handed according to the Edinburgh handedness inventory, the participants completed various computerized dexterity tests, which included line tracing and aiming task and tapping the youngest group average age, twenty five years performed all the skills proficiently using their right hand, the Middle Age participants average age fifty years performed well using either hand on the gaming task while the two oldest groups average ages, seventy and eighty years performed just as well using either hand on all tasks except one. However overall performance appeared to decline with increasing age especially for the participants dominant hand, leading researchers to believe that quote, we become more ambidextrous as we get older because dominant hand loses its superior dexterity, and becomes more like are weaker hand. Some people have wondered whether attempting to become ambidextrous could strengthen the brain and potentially slow or fight the effects of aging or dementia Allen Berg said that's a myth, while it is true in general that brain training is a good idea when aging research has shown that what at strengthened is what is trained, so if I trained to write with my non dominant hand, this would affect the motor brain areas of the contra lateral half the brain, but not the areas involved in memory. Thus a specific memory training would make more sense in aging and dementia.

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"movement disorder" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Is what I want to suggest to the viewers just try it sometime you're suffering say women who don't do it we say all I am I am yeah what what what's the I'd it is is suffering let's go to Brian in Ontario in Canada hi bright go ahead Hey so what I have a couple of questions well first I just wanted to explain myself a little bit sure so first off I have a movement disorder and call back if you via pretty much what it is is a it's a movement disorder and it makes it very hard for me to stay still so whether they're I'm sitting down or or laying down I can only lay down for about twenty minutes and I can only set for about fifteen twenty minutes is is it a neurological situation Eric yes this and are all brand article okay hello are pretty much my question is is how do I know whether I am suffering or if it's misery because I feel like I am at peace by at the same time I'm still dealing with that and and you can feel it when when this comes on right absolutely so what you do how does he how does he come bats something like this William this sounds more like he could be suffering but it also he could also be miserable because it happens all the time yeah this is this is that that that there's like the line between the two and to me when when I've been in this situation it's certainly not as extreme as what you're going through but it was with some a serious physical discomfort there's a part of which is like well this is just really really I'm comfortable and then for me that the the time at which I feel like I'm I'm now suffering it's just like I use that feeling of like I just can't stand it anymore Jeez I almost don't even want to be a live that would you when you get to that sort of indicating a life that's what it's it's really it you know it's really suffering so in a situation like that where the the the physicality is is is really painful is really you know you can't you can ever be comfortable you can't ever relax I mean that's a very that's a very difficult situation I mean and that's the point at which you start asking you know if you're religious you ask god if you're not that religious yes the university you ask whatever the fates you say why why am I experiencing this what what is it is there and for me I mean that's like the only thing you can do is either ask is there you know what's the way out for this what's the way out and you know you if you think about people like the physicist who passed away Stephen Hawking yeah I mean the there was someone I I remember those physicist early on hearing about him and seeing what he went through and I and I was always amazed I was like oh my god how cabinet this person oh my god it is and for him it it it just wasn't he made his misery in his suffering to his advantage she took advantage of that we're gonna come back William and wrap things up in a moment with you on coast to coast AM to find out where George Norreys speaking go to the coast to coast AM dot com website scroll down to the bottom and click George's calendar insanely helpful real stories from easy cater easy cater this is hello this is hello no need to press buttons how can I help you I'm sorry I was trying to get to a human well you're in luck I'm a human what can I.

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"movement disorder" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Off IRA movement disorder and call back if you via pretty much what it is is a it's a movement disorder and it makes it very hard for me to stay still so whether they're I'm sitting down or or are laying down I can only lay down for about twenty minutes and I can only set for about fifteen twenty minutes is is it a neurological situation Eric yes it's in our Outlander logical okay hello are pretty much my question is is how do I know whether I am suffering or if it's misery because I feel like I'm at peace by at the same time I'm still dealing with that and yeah and you can see a left when when this comes on right absolutely so what to do how does he how does he combat something like this William this sounds more like he could be suffering but it also we could also be miserable because it happens all the time yeah this is this is that that if there's like the line between the two and the to me when the when I've been in this situation it's certainly not as extreme as what you're going through but it was with some serious physical discomfort there's a part of which is like well this is just really really uncomfortable and then for me that's the first time at which I feel like I'm I'm now suffering it's just like I use that feeling of like I just can't stand it anymore Jeez I almost don't even want to be a live that it will you use when you get to that sort of indicating a life that's what it's it's really you.

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"movement disorder" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Is it are you to our you're referring to the body are you for it to the emotional self this time are you saying to the spirit is there an eternal spirit is if if there is an internal severity is that internal sphere can that suffer or is this a mortal that doesn't I mean this gets into some very very serious self inquiry when you start asking the question what truly is suffering and who is it that is suffering I mean this is what I want to suggest to the viewers just try it sometime you're suffering say women who don't do it we say all I am I am yeah what what what's the eyes it is is suffering let's go to Brian in Ontario in Canada hi bright go ahead so I have a couple of questions first I just wanted to explain myself a little bit sure so first off I have a movement disorder and call back if you via pretty much what it is is a it's a movement disorder and it makes it very hard for me to stay still so whether they're I'm sitting down or horror are laying down I can only lay down for about twenty minutes and I can only set for about fifteen twenty minutes is is it a neurological situation Eric yes it's in our Outlander logical okay low are pretty much my question is is how do I know whether I am suffering or if it's misery because I feel like I am at peace by at the same time I'm still dealing with that and and you can see a left when the when this comes on right absolutely so what to do how does he how does he come bats something like this William this sounds more like he could be suffering but it also he could also be miserable because it happens all the time yeah this is this.

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"movement disorder" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Inquiry when you start asking the question what truly is suffering and who is it that is suffering I mean this is what I want to suggest to the viewers is just try it sometime you're suffering say women who Hey all I am I am yeah what what what's the eyes it is is suffering let's go to Brian in Ontario in Canada hi Brian go ahead Hey so what I have a couple of questions well first I just wanted to explain myself a little bit sure so first off rival movement disorder and a call back to you via pretty much what it is is a it's a movement disorder and it makes it very hard for me to stay still so whether they're I'm sitting down or or are laying down I can only lay down for about twenty minutes and I can only set for about fifteen twenty minutes is is it a neurological situation Eric yes is in our brand article okay they all are pretty much my question is is how do I know whether I am suffering or if it's misery because I feel like I'm at peace by at the same time I'm still dealing with that and yeah and you can see a left when when this comes on right absolutely so what to do how does he how does he come bats something like this William this sounds more like he could be suffering but it also he could also be miserable because it happens all the time yeah this is.

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"movement disorder" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on KTOK

"Is if if there is an internal spirit is that internal sphere can that suffer or is this a moral that doesn't I mean this gets into some very very serious health in query when you start asking the question what truly is suffering and who is it that is suffering I mean this is what I want to suggest to the viewers just try it sometime you're suffering say women who we say all I am I am yeah what what what's the eyes it is is suffering let's go to Brian in Ontario in Canada hi bright go ahead Hey so what I have a couple of questions well first I just wanted to explain myself a little bit sure so first off I have a movement disorder and call back if you via pretty much what it is is a it's a movement disorder and it makes it very hard for me to stay still so whether they're I'm sitting down or or laying down I can only lay down for about twenty minutes and I can only set for about fifteen twenty minutes is is it a neurological situation Eric yes is in our printer logical okay we all are pretty much my question is is how do I know whether I am suffering or if it's misery because I feel like I am at peace by at the same time I'm still dealing with that and then you can see a left when the when this comes on right absolutely so what to do how does he how does he come bats something like this William this sounds more like he could be suffering but it also he could also be miserable because it happens all the time yeah this is.

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"movement disorder" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The viewers just try it sometime you're suffering Hey wait a minute Hey all I am I am yeah what what what's the eyes it is is suffering let's go to Brian in Ontario in Canada hi bright go ahead so I have a couple of questions well first I just wanted to explain myself a little bit sure so first off Arbor movement disorder and call back if you via pretty much what it is is a it's a movement disorder and it makes it very hard for me to stay still so whether they're I'm sitting down or horror are laying down I can only lay down for about twenty minutes and I can only set for about fifteen twenty minutes is is it a neurological situation Eric yes it's in our Outlander logical okay hello are pretty much my question is is how do I know whether I am suffering or if it's misery because I feel like I'm at peace but at the same time I'm still dealing with it and and you can feel it when when this comes on right absolutely so what you do how does he how does he come bats something like this William this sounds more like he could be suffering but it also we could also be miserable because it happens all the time yeah this is this.

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"movement disorder" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The spirit is there an eternal spirit is if if there is an internal severity is that internal sphere can that suffer or is this a mortal this doesn't I mean this gets into some very very serious self inquiry when you start asking the question what truly is suffering and who is it that is suffering I mean is what I want to suggest to the viewers is just try it sometime you're suffering say wait a minute Hey all I am I am yeah what what what's the I'd is is suffering let's go to Brian in Ontario in Canada hi bright go ahead Hey so what I have a couple of questions well first I just wanted to explain myself a little bit sure so are first off I have a movement disorder and called actor easier pretty much what it is is a it's a movement disorder and it makes it very hard for me to stay still so whether they're I'm sitting down or or are laying down I can only lay down for about twenty minutes and I can only set for about fifteen twenty minutes this isn't a neurological situation Eric yes it's in our Outlander logical okay hello are pretty much my question is is how do I know whether I am suffering or if it's misery because I feel like I'm not he is by at the same time I'm still feeling like that and yeah and you can see a left when the when this comes on right absolutely so what to do how does he how does he come bats something like this William this sounds more like he could be suffering but it also he could also be miserable because it happens all the time yeah this is this is that that that there's like the line between the two and give me one when.

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"movement disorder" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"If if there is an internal severity is that internal sphere can that suffer or is this a mortal that doesn't I mean this gets into some very very serious itself in query when you start asking the question what truly is suffering and who is it that is suffering I mean this is what I want to suggest to the viewers just try it sometime you're suffering say women who we say all I am I am yeah what what what's the eyes it is is suffering let's go to Brian in Ontario in Canada hi bright go ahead Hey so what I have a couple of questions well first I just wanted to explain myself a little bit sure so first off rival movement disorder and call back if you via pretty much what it is is a it's a movement disorder and it makes it very hard for me to stay still so whether they're I'm sitting down or horror are laying down I can only lay down for about twenty minutes and I can only set for about fifteen twenty minutes this isn't a neurological situation Eric yes it's in our Outlander logical okay hello are pretty much my question is is how do I know whether I am suffering or if it's misery because I feel like I'm at peace by.

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"movement disorder" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"movement disorder" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:33 min | 3 years ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on KGO 810

"Movement disorder organ failure well I just you could hold is something important because a lot of recalls when it comes to produce in the light but it actually claimed the life of a a little kid two years old complications from eat coli three other kids were second it was down in southern California at the San Diego county fair and now we're just reading about these these poor people for children ages two to thirteen and they think it was linked to the petting zoo now you brought your your kids the petting zoo right yeah my head ball the petting zoos we've ever gone to they always come with a hand sanitation right they they emphasize wash your hands that's the key yeah even if your your kids are you know careful about what they touch there's just so much frankly it's it's fecal matter and related matter I it's on shoes it's on surfaces so you have to wash your kids hands it's critical and of course at these county fairs there's other livestock I see so many I'm always extra careful it at any county or state fair just because if they seem yeah I know they're not but they they seem to be regulated differently yeah well let's face it county fairs and a lot of stuff going on there that I mean I'm always worried about those rides I'm worried about her thing okay I mean nothing looks as though it was done let's stop and I'll put it this way it looks like all one up overnight yeah because it did right exactly so all I'm saying is that the notion you should that you should wash your kids hands and be a little more vigilant is not a new one yeah and you should be vigilant what Roger get on you know but but but more to the point here that these kids are really second by this E. coli infection and when they impaneled these doctors to speak about it they all said the same thing they said you've just got to wash your hands in other words this isn't a of a deep dark mystery as to how to get past all of this you can go to the county fair you can enjoy this environment but you just have to be vigilant about the hand washing hand washing and you know try to keep your kids from touching their face allowed many cases that's impossible which is why you got to do the hand washing right you've got a you know you don't go to these places unless you're armed with some kind of white other kind of sanitary you know liquid or whatever to to get those kids and their hands clean because kids do touch their face we all touch your face right and it's interesting in this particular case in San Diego county the they have washing stations in the area in the in the animal areas and there are staff members on the grounds reminding visitors to wash our hands so this is just a good laugh I mean we can only do so much type thing as well as their view and they did that as you said they did a lot well health officials are saying take precautions this week and in general there is a fecal parasite that can be transmitted in swimming pools this the story seems to come before every swimming season right apparently it's on the rise though Brad that's right you can say it comes out all the time but the fact is people are not paying attention all my gosh this physical parasite is spiking its full name is crypto Spohr radium and you can leave a healthy adults suffering from profuse watery diarrhea it can be a three week episode by the way with this stuff while the calling of course first short crypto okay sounds on note on the just call it crypto them crypto can be worse for kids and for pregnant women and those whose immune systems are compromised but the number of treated recreational water associated outbreaks caused by crypto is that a seasonal peak so this is from the U. S. centers for disease control and prevention what's scary about this one is is the parasite can actually survive the chlorinated pool for seven days I don't know what you do on this is it was my question and I mean am I just supposed to worry I'm I'm worried there's almost no more room on my worry list I'm worried about so many other things when was the last time you were in a public pool well your hotel pools and I kind of thing that's a public pool yeah right I try not to go under water if I'm at a hotel pool and that's the key you know want to take you know want to take in the water if you take the water in your mouth or whatever but again this applies to a lot of kids it does happen and when you go into the water with kids and kids wanna go splash around so you go in there with them right right and then you know you become vulnerable in ways you might not a plan to be four hundred and forty four crypto outbreaks in forty states importer Rico now almost eight thousand people fell ill anyway well if that's something to keep in mind breast statistics by the CDC that suggests twenty four percent of Americans say they would jump into a swimming pool within an hour of having an episode down there that's crazy I don't understand it I mean I guess people don't really take this stuff seriously until it really hit somebody close to them I was looking at the measles outbreak numbers and I saw a map that was mapping all the measles outbreaks which as you are aware also spiking up and there's a huge cluster around major cities Sam Cisco bay area and southern California and these are supposed to be places where you know you assume people are doing the right thing and the you know the well educated population and all that stuff but the reality is that these up these exemptions are increasing even as the state of California tries to take steps to decrease the amount of exemptions and the number of exemptions anyway so I'm just saying that it doesn't surprise me in one to one sense of people are kind of shaking off these warnings did we become immune to I'm almost like the the boy who cried wolf no I think so I guess I'm saying is if you don't if you don't see it hit close to you sometimes if the knife doesn't cut too closely that you don't feel it it's a little of what we're seeing with the environment well it's kind of like when you're learning a drive as a teenager you think it could never happen to you you know I crash that's exactly right that's exactly where we kind of carry that with us talking to my brother who is a someone who checked his water you may have done this to recheck your water for purity and for impurities in for and he said my water is absolutely polluted it's it's he said I'm going to get all of these different filters because the it has all of these different chemicals in it that's under its rule it's sort of love canal polluted tell yeah so who does the testing I think you can get these different kits okay and you can actually tester drinking water but I guess what I'm saying is we don't pay attention to it I don't I just order water well I have a filter and I have a one of those you know for Mrs that filters the water and you put in the refrigerator right and I just don't know how effective they are in filtering everything out yeah show up here is good news bacteria from your gut may be the key to running farther yeah aside from years of training what separates the athletes from elite ones well apparently it's what's in their gut often times in a paper published this week researchers from Harvard what do they know at Harvard I love that it the of debates rather than others a Harvard there was but you know when it when it's convenient to put down the Ivy League side right they do right it kind of say with a whisper at the end I know what is I just I love how we've sort of demonized even higher educational Harvard only on the admissions scandal right that didn't help anybody's image this bacteria in the gut could leave the better performance it was found in higher quality in the higher quantities in marathon runners they examine the what should we call it Brett the the file Dohm goal I hate to use the word goodness this isn't a lunch hour I'm over the legal limit on all references I'm sorry everyone but they examine the poop of ten Boston Marathon runners okay and apparently they found a high level of this bacteria consistently yeah this is say what they're eating to get that bacteria inside them so they can run longer you'll have to wait for the next report okay with it does not say no but that's the word so when we come back I have a lost and found the story that will blow your mind and we'll get into it next on KGO this is Pat Thurstan congressman roe Connor joins us this afternoon to talk about North Korea democratic strategy ran drug prices the border and Yemen and more he'll talk about.

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"movement disorder" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

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In China, Surgeons Are Treating Addiction With Brain Implants

Gary and Shannon

01:27 min | 3 years ago

In China, Surgeons Are Treating Addiction With Brain Implants

"There is a medical procedure called db s deep brain stimulation, and for people who have suffered from movement disorders, something like Parkinson's, for example, deep brain stimulation has been a treatment for some time. Now, we are seeing the first clinical trials in China of db s for methamphetamine addiction. The surgery involves implanting device that is really sort of the doctors will describe it as a pacemaker for your brain. And it electrically stimulates targeted areas. And we have been doing a bunch of you know, trials on this western medicine seems to be a bit behind the Chinese when it comes to this scientists in Europe have been struggling to recruit patients for DBS addiction studies because of some some scientific questions some ethical questions in the case of also been in the trouble that's caused some trouble here in the United States devices can cost one hundred thousand dollars to implant, but brain surgery for drug addiction in China is like twinkies on a seven eleven shelf. They do it all the time. It's always there. They have less, shall we say ethical hangups about that sort of thing. So there are eight registered DBS clinical trials for drug addiction being conducted in the world six of them right now. Are in

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"movement disorder" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on WGN Radio

"One that's kinda nearest Jewish his cO project Ahah less and it's been around for her. Yeah. Sixteen years, and we we my friend who. Started. You know, I was diagnosed and passed away. And you know, we we've raised it when I say we I mean, they have and I just kind of ride along and cheer, but like two hundred plus million dollars. Oh, my wow. Great. And so and and they're really moving the and this is so Lou Gehrig's disease, right? A LS, right. Is is related to all motor neuron things so Alzheimer's and spinal cord injury. And and so and and the cure for these kind of diseases is you know, it really right around the corner. And and this organization product is is helping to move that, you know, state full it for sure. That's really great rabbi sit on the Parkinson's and movement disorder advisory board at north western so. So we do a lot of work with the different organizations, and it's important to find a cure because these diseases are awful, they're awful. And they're just so hard when you have to. Let alone yourself. Rob. Your scrape rob your song good as dead where can people find it? That's the up on a apple at some point in the next month or so, okay. So we'll be looking for that. And of course, other sites. I hate that game of thrones get so much press on Sundays because billions on Showtime, eight o'clock, Chicago time is off the charts this year room for everybody. I'm digging. You know, what I hate to say this. I haven't seen one episode. And I keep telling my wife, we got to do it. We gotta be. At the same thing. And they said, we're we we got through the first six episodes this weekend. I I was out at die hard. But I I watched a fair amount of them. And I really appreciate it. I appreciate the scale and the cinema that almost more than anything. I know. But I appreciate a Bobby Axelrod trying to run.

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"movement disorder" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The police how appropriate that's our song of the week. You can send us the songs you would like to hear. And maybe we'll play them starting next week depending on our guest right now. Our guest is Dr Jeannie Hatcher of the Emory voice center. We're back on the weekly checkup. I'm Ashley Frasca again. Filling in for Dr Bruce Feinberg, the show is produced by length Atlantis healthcare marketing experts, and we're also taking your calls here. Very soon four oh, four eight seven two zero seven fifty doctor. Try wanted to touch back on something that you said we were talking about disown is right. And that's basically what an abnormality of movement. And yes, so muscles that are moving when you don't want them to necessarily. They don't do what you want them to. So I'm in the other interesting thing is that they don't do it while you're sitting there, but rather when you want to speak, for example. So if you want to do something with your Boca cords, are you on? To do something with your mouth, all of a sudden, it does something different. And so it can change everything about how your forming words to the style of the sound that comes out to your eyes blinking and your shoulders twitching all sorts of things and everything that goes on you really don't think about it or you at least maybe take it for granted from your shoulders up as it relates to everything going on in your throat with your vocal cords and conditions like Parkinson's disease, perhaps talk about that. And how that you know, has has an impact on someone's voice. Absolutely. So Parkinson's disease is also a movement disorder. So it is similar to some of the Tony that we were talking about now, but Parkinson's disease is a movement disorder. That is a hallmark of folks have a hard time making movements certain times. And I'm not in GIS can't speak to all the details of it from that regard. But from a voice standpoint, they have a hard time speaking up or being. Heard allowed her situation there oftentimes, very quiet and aren't as aware of that as you would think so them so something called Hypo phone or a quiet voice or low voice is something that is homework of Parkinson's disease in the world of land Galeotti, and what about traumatic injuries to what are some of those people may experience can affect the voice. Oh, absolutely. So excuse me, one of the common things is after anytime that you have surgery breathing tube has to be put in for your surgeon to do their surgery. You can get two little sore spots on the back of your vocal cords, and they will absolutely go away. They're very benign thing. But in the while, they're there, you may have a change in your voice. And so that's a minor small trauma to the vocal chords. Other trauma is by using the voice a lot and causing any sort of bleeding or bruising. So sometimes in the world of professional voice. You'll hear. Recording artists worry about if they've had him ridge of oh cord hemorrhage and that in and of itself is not an emergency, but it can over long-term caused problems. And then there's the bigger traumas that we all worry about in regard to things like car accidents or other sort of trauma that can affect your voice box. Just like if you got injured with any other sort of bony trauma so coming up in the next half hour with Dr Jeannie Hatcher here in the studio also talking about medical conditions that can cause hoarseness you've all experienced that. Maybe Laron Jarvis talk more about that. Also, the impact of reflux may be breathing disorders that all plays a.

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"movement disorder" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Help treat Parkinson's and other movement disorders. I would assume things like MS maybe things like a L S. Partial funding for the center was included in a state spending Bill. So doctors UNM are hopeful that they can create this complex have it up and running by late summer or early fall of next year. And Jamie says this this movement center won't benefit me. Now, I know I Parkinson on. I know what I have to do. And my doctor has me on a good schedule. But people who don't know they haven't or somebody who doesn't have much money, and it would take nine months to determine if they have Parkinson's. What are they going to do? He says that's why I pushed so hard. To get this done to get a funded to create it. No kidding. So you find out. I know maybe, you know, maybe you're seeing some symptoms. But you don't have access to find out. I mean, that's it for a lot of people. That's the worst. Didn't matter breast cancer or Parkinson's or or anything else. Drives me crazy about women's clinics. He go in women get a mammogram. Oh, it's abnormal comeback in six weeks. That's just that's brutal. Six weeks having a friend of mine who also had all the assets all the resources in the plan. Well, let's see I got six weeks to find a figure out who's gonna take care of my children when I'm gone. That'll give you cancer. So the legislature on of course, Jamie has Lana pull over there. They did pass a memorial urging UNM health sciences center to explore the creation of a movement disorder center that was last year this year funding was allocated design construct the center. Jamie said noted there was bipartisan support for the project. Stay spending Bill signed by the governor contain three point five million dollars in state funding for the project and UNM has pledged to match that funding..

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"movement disorder" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"movement disorder" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"Sudden onset, abdominal pain and vomiting unfeasible examination. His abdomen was diffusely tender, and he had hyper pigmented MAC, you'll on the lips oral mucosal and knows his two sons had previously presented with a domino pain due to interception and had undergone bowel reception. A CAT scan of the patient's abdomen showed a target sign which is characteristic of into -ception emergency Laremy confirmed the presence of Juneau juvenile into -ception with areas of necrosis multiple polyps were pal Pated throughout this section of the bowel because of the necrosis and concern about recurrence the length of June. That contained polyps was respected and end to end. Estimates was performed his dope. Pathological evaluation of the respected segment revealed, multiple hammer DAS polyps on the basis of them. Yuko cutaneous, hyper pigmentation, multiple hammer. Thoma's polyps in the gastrointestinal tract and family history. A diagnosis of the Pertz jaegar syndrome was made this autosomal dominant disorder is associated with an increased risk of gastrointestinal, and extra intestinal cancers. The patient recovered well after the surgery and has undergone appropriate cancer screening tests, which have been negative to date. A five year old girl presented to the pediatric neurosurgery clinic with a two year history of excessive head nodding on examination. She was alert with normal cognitive function. She displayed continuous rhythmic Antara post earier head bobbing movements at a frequency of two to three hurts the movements diminished in intensity when she engaged in volition electives such as talking see the video at any J M dot org. MRI of the head showed a well-defined thin walled super seller. Cystic lesion the lesion caused obstruction at the phenomena of Monroe or at the third ventricle with resulting ventricular Megawati a'dialogue Noces of a super seller. Arachnoid cyst with bobblehead doll syndrome was made. This is a rare pediatric movement disorder. Characterized by continuous or episodic involuntary head nodding at a frequency of two to three hurts the movements stop during sleep and may disappear or attenuate with volition elective -ly. The syndrome is associated with cystic abnormalities in the region of the anterior third ventricle, the patient underwent endoscopic Sisto ventricular. Steamy and Sisto sister NAS Demi for the super seller arachnoid cyst at follow up six weeks after the procedure. She had partial resolution of her symptoms with a reduction in both the frequency and intensity of head movements. This concludes our summary. Let us know what you think about our audio summaries. Any comments or suggestions may be sent to audio at any JM dot org. Thank you for listening.

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