35 Burst results for "Panic Attack"

Girlfriend: Dallas shooting suspect feared Asian Americans

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Girlfriend: Dallas shooting suspect feared Asian Americans

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Newest Polling Data Raises Alarm Bells for the Biden Regime

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Newest Polling Data Raises Alarm Bells for the Biden Regime

"You're staring down the barrel of right now. Biden only gets 82 percent of his 2020 vote. 82% of his 2020 vote. And that's only 84% among Democrats. So he's only doing slightly better with partisan Democrats than he is over with his overall base, which is a distressing distressing signal. So if we're going to break this down one level more, okay? The base is upset with their president. 25% of Biden 2020 voters disapprove of his job and get this. Biden's disapproval is 27% of self proclaimed liberals. This is the disapproval rating. 19% among Democrats, which is a slightly more partisan hardened partisan group. 25% among African Americans. So that means basically he's got 75 of the African 75% of the African American vote, which is a huge slip. Is disapproval rating is 40% among urban voters. And this is where it gets really, really juicy. 57% among women, I mean, that's like, that's earth shattering. If you're a Democrat, political operative, you're looking at that number 57% among women disapproval rating. And you are having a panic attack. You are ringing that Democrats tend to win the female vote. I have to say, it's partly because women tend to be more relationally based, more emotional in their decision making. I'm not trying to be negative or I'm not being critical of women out there, but this is the way God just made us and we celebrate the sexes and the strengths and the differences. Democrats tend to appeal to emotions, purely emotions, and they tend to win that. So when you see a number that says 57% of women do not support or disapprove of Joe Biden's job ratings, that is a fire alarm folks.

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Dinesh Reveals Why Elon Musk Is Giving the Left Panic Attacks

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Dinesh Reveals Why Elon Musk Is Giving the Left Panic Attacks

"I want to talk about Elon Musk and Twitter and I speak about this with someone who has an almost vested stake in this because quite honestly, the great traction behind our movie is in part being driven by Twitter. I don't mean the Twitter I was pushing, and I mean the fact that there's free speech or something closely approximating free speech, this is how we can talk openly about topics and quite honestly we can't talk about the same topics on a number of the other platforms. And but you'd be like YouTube. And Facebook. Yeah, I mean, those platforms have become a joke. I mean, we're still on them, at least for now, Debbie's like, who knows how long we're going to be on those platforms. We don't know and quite honestly, at the end of the day, we don't care. But let's come back to Elon Musk because his vision for Twitter. And he's going to be in the saddle very shortly. It's really important. I find it kind of funny, by the way, that he's been kind of whipping Jack Dorsey into shape because Jack Dorsey was kind of like the big tough guy that John Travolta character and calling the marching orders. And now Jack Dorsey appears to be like Elon Musk's sidekick. He's like tonto and Elon Musk is like the lone ranger. And so Jack Dorsey now says things like, no, no, no. We can't permanently bound anyone from Twitter. Wasn't I'm the Jack Dorsey that Trump got permanently banned. So now that Elon Musk goes no prominent bands, Jack Dorsey is no point in bands. It's kind of fun to watch. I mean, it's like watching a bully who's been reduced to groveling because another bigger guy has

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"panic attack" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

07:27 min | Last month

"panic attack" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"As it did when I was a teenager. Which would be very easy. To do it, we would be a kind of an easy route, a simple, quick, easy route. And I could just say to people, and I'm sorry, I'm not doing these things anymore. Or I can grip my teeth and I can get on a train and I can go there and I can carry on with my life. And I thought all the things that we've been through and this is going to sound so cheesy, but it's what I thought. I thought all the things that we've been through, all the terrible things people have been through during COVID. And there was a school friend I had, because Susan, exactly my age. We died from COVID during the pandemic. And I thought, what season would give to be here now to face this challenge? I am so lucky. I'm so privileged that I've managed to get through this. Because so many people haven't. And I thought, what is the worst thing that can happen? And that is a CBT technique, which I'm sure a lot of people are familiar with. You sit there in a situation you're anxious about and you say, what is the worst thing that can happen and how would I deal with it? And the problem is with a very busy, it doesn't have a threat. It doesn't have a specific thing that you're frightened of. You just know that if you go out there, you feel terrible. But COVID was a specific thing. And I thought we got through this. I got through this. Let's not allow this landscape to steal any more. Of my life away from me. I've got to get on the train. I've got to do this. And so that's what I did. And it wasn't easy. And I had to do a lot of talking to myself and a lot of kind of trying to be rational, but I did it. And if you start doing small things, if you're stuck in the house, if you're stuck in your room, if you just do one small thing, it's incredible. How quickly those building blocks happen and you start doing another thing and another thing. And I found that when I was a teenager and I got myself out of being in the house all the time. And I found it after the pandemic that as soon as I've been to Birmingham, I was euphoric. I came back from Birmingham. I was like, on top of the world, I thought I did it. And you have to acknowledge that you've done it, all these small things that you do. We're very good at focusing in on the failures and the things that we give up on, but we're not very good at putting ourselves on the back for doing something, because focusing on trying anxiety and facing up to a panic attack or B or whatever you live alongside of. Facing up to it and staring it in the face and tackling it. It's an incredible achievement. And if you manage to do that in just one small way, you need to sit there and really acknowledge yourself. I think something that's interesting is that back when you experience agoraphobia and anxiety for the first time, I know you said that the kind of landscape of how we talked about mental health was completely different. It really wasn't covered. The treatment options weren't very good. But you then went on to work as a doctor. Did that change your own understanding of your mental health or change how you treated yourself in any way kind of having that base of knowledge? I think it is. I think studying medicines any jobs out there, we get quite paranoid about our own health. Whenever you're in a lecture theater and you're reading about a disease or hearing about a disease you assume you have it. Because you start experience with the symptoms. So sometimes a lot of knowledge is a dangerous thing. But as far as psychiatry goes, I think having it's kind of the reverse really, because having personal experience. Of anxiety. Which Matt haig incidentally once described as an anxiety is depression on fast forward. And that's the best definition of anxiety I've ever heard because it truly is. So anybody who's experienced anxiety and depression who then goes on into psychiatry or in any kind of role that deals with mental health patients or service users. That's a well that you can drink from. Because it gives you a very privileged position that you understand. What it feels like. And although you might not be treating people who have exactly the same problem that you had or have. You're cheating people who've had a similar sense of isolation because that's the thing that brings us all together, whatever mental illness you have walked alongside of your life. It's the isolation that's the common factor with all of us. There is nothing more isolating than mental illness in my opinion. You know, lots of other illnesses. It's terrible and debilitating as they are. There's huge support and huge compassion and huge understanding. But if you have a mental illness, although this end mental health stigma and all these hashtags and be kind t-shirts, people speaking out about it and wonderful programs like this, if you ask somebody with schizophrenia or bipolar or severe OCD, if they feel stigmatized and isolated, I guarantee you they will say yes. Because that's what unites everyone with mental illness. And I think if you're working with people with severe mental illness and you have experienced any mental illness of your own or even second hand through a member of your family or a loved one or a friend, it gives you a unique perspective because you are linked to that person because you understand completely what it feels like to feel alone and isolated as though nobody has ever walked in those shoes. Can we go back? To where we started, which was you talking about your panic attack at 8 years old. And you also touched on there, the fact that we talk a lot more about mental health than there is more awareness. I wondered if you had any thoughts on how we could better support children struggling with mental health issues these days. I think it should start at a young age. It should start with education and discussion. I think there's no discussion about mental as far as I know as far as I've seen about mental illness and mental health at school. I think there is a wonderful initiative where people are now training as mental health first aiders. Which is an incredible thing. And I wish that was the realm and I'd suffered a very anxiety, but sadly not. But I think things like that initiatives like that communication and understanding, because we still have a hell of a long way to go. To accept that mental illness isn't a separate thing to physical illness. It's all connected. You know when I've worked in hospitals and I've worked on mental health units and on wards, patients don't just have mental illness. They also have physical problems as well because very often people with severe mental illness have perhaps neglected their physical health because they've been too poorly to look after themselves. It's a very often people will have comorbidities. And you have to order the physical health notes from another part of the hospital, a different building and bring them over to you because they're seen as such separate things. But the mind in the body is so intertwined. But we've got a long way to go to accept that. And I remember a few months ago on Twitter, I'd had really bad day with anxiety, it just hit me for some reason. Which happens from very rarely, but from time to time,.

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Chief James Essig Gives Preliminary Details of NYC Subway Shooting

Mark Levin

01:46 min | Last month

Chief James Essig Gives Preliminary Details of NYC Subway Shooting

"Today at 8 24 a.m. aboard a Manhattan bound entry ten people were shot 7 males three females and they were removed to area hospitals An additional 13 people suffered injuries related to smoke inhalation falling down or a panic attack The information I'm about to give you is preliminary and its subject to change right now As that end train was between stations 59th street and the 36th street stations seated in the second car and the rear corner was a dark skinned male Various descriptions of his height are given He is heavyset wearing an orange green nylon type construction vest He also had on a gray hoodie a surgical mask and a neon green construction helmet As the train approached to 36th street station witnesses state the male opened up two smoke grenades tossed them on the subway floor brandishes a Glock 9 millimeter handgun He then fired that weapon at least 33 times striking ten people The male then fled the scene and detectives are actively trying to determine his whereabouts Recovered at that scene was a Glock 17 9 millimeter handgun Three extended Glock type magazines One was still in the weapon one under a seat and one in a backpack We had 33 discharged shell casings

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"panic attack" Discussed on Coping With Chronic Physical and/or Mental Health Challenges: Helpful Tips & Bandages

Coping With Chronic Physical and/or Mental Health Challenges: Helpful Tips & Bandages

06:29 min | 7 months ago

"panic attack" Discussed on Coping With Chronic Physical and/or Mental Health Challenges: Helpful Tips & Bandages

"Nature. And somebody can help you get through that. Two other things remember is just go slowly because remember when you're in an anxiety kind of situation, there's that tendency to rush. I just want to get this got to get things done. Remember slow is good. So just go try to go slowly, you're going faster than you realize. And things will be good. And then remember to breathe, this is where some people feel like they might have a pseudo seizure. They get dizzy, and they're not remembering to breathe. And this is where some of those breathing exercises that are reviewed in a different podcast can come in helpful if you remember to try to do the breathing exercises you can make sure you're getting those deep breaths into you and make sure you're getting a good breath. And then to try to stay in the present. That's where some of those other things we talked about counting back from a hundred by 7, but it can also be trying to if you have something that's comfortable that you touch, you know, I have an agate, for example, that I keep in my pocket that I just that reminds me of the beach and or you can if there's somebody if you're listening to the radio and you can try to really focus on it or something like that. Or if you have some mindfulness exercises, for example, this is where you'd use those. But anything you can to try to focus and try to stay in the present because as soon as you start the what ifs, you want to try to avoid the wedges, because that's where the panic attacks really ramp up. What if this happens? What if that happens? It's the fear of the unknown is the worst fear that we can ever encounter, right? So we don't because we don't know what's going to happen. So that's the scariest thing possible. So stay away from the weddings and stay with what is going to happen in the future. And just try to stay in the print as present as much as possible. Using whatever trick you can, whether it's one that I reviewed here or whether you have when you're counselors been giving you whatever works for you, great, use it. But try to remember, it may feel like you're dying, but you're not dying. Anxiety, it's scary, but it's not harmful. Now, if you're afraid that you might actually be having a heart attack, if you've had you've had some art issues in the past or you have had a blood pressure or something like that, then look up those symptoms of a heart attack and look up the symptoms of panic attack, try to compare the difference between the two, I'm not a medical professional so I'm not going to try to do too much of that. I will say the heart tends to be squeezing and the pain tends to increase over time where pack next tend to decrease over time, but I'm not going to get too much into that because I don't want to put a false impression in there. But look that up if you're really scared about that. But in general, anxiety is not going to harm you though. So even though it may be scary, remember, it's not going to harm you. So just kind of like I said, ride that anxiety out. You learn how to become a good surfer and it's going to be okay in the end. And then be proud of the progress you made. You know, like I said, if you've lasted a little bit longer, if you lasted 15 minutes instead of 5, if you can get through a whole shift at work or if you manage to get through half a shift, if you were able to go from the grocery store at 2 o'clock in the morning and you're able to go at 7 p.m. and then you were able to work it till 2 p.m. or if you're making progress, then that is fantastic, pat yourself on the back and remember to reward yourself with something. And be proud of the progress you're making while you're having the panic attack as well as when you're done with it. And think of how when you're going to have the backpack, think about how great it's going to be when you're done with it. Think about how happy you're going to be that you're able to get through it. And then when you're done with it, just think of how great it's been and how much less panic you're going to have next time because you're able to get through it because that's what's going to happen. Every time you get through a panic attack, successfully, then it's going to be a little bit less next time because you're able to navigate that situation successfully. And so next time when you go back into that canyon and back into that LA, right? Or in this case in real life, the store or the work. Now your body is not going to be as scared as it was last time. So that's the idea and then every time you do that, then you're building a little bit more strength and you're listening that anxiety. If the anxiety stays there, well then keep working with the doctor, keep working with your counselor and there's a way to keep working on this. It's going to work for 97% of the people, but there's going to be a few percentage that is not going to work with and like I said, in that case, as we're the doctors come in. That's where the counselors come in. But ideally, you'd want to work with the panic attacks with counselors and doctors already to begin with because there's probably some anxiety happening outside the text anyway. So there's a short but useful training what to do when you're having a panic attack. Now remember, it's not going to work for you if you only listen to it one time and then have a panic you're not going to remember any of it. So either go back and take some notes, put in your pocket, so when you have a pancake, you can read that notes and try to remember what to do or listen to it enough times that you can actually train somebody else on it. But you've got to make sure that you find some way to remember the material so that when the panic attack comes, you don't have to think you just do. And if you do that, there's a 90s, something percentage chance you're going to be able to have success. Meaning you're going to be able to control them. It doesn't mean they're going to go away, but it does mean you're going to be able to control them. And that's what we're looking for here. So go out and practice. Good luck, and let me know how it goes. Thank you for listening to coping skills for chronic physical and or mental health issues. Helpful and some bandages. Please complete the survey attached to the podcast so that I know which topics are most helpful to you. I'm going to keep the survey up for a while. So some topics may have already been given when you go to complete the survey. If so, don't let that dissuade you, I would still love to have your input. This is currently at least a monthly podcast, but depending on my health demand or urgency of topic, episodes could come soon. Until next time, hang in there. More skills are coming and even if it doesn't seem like it sometimes, life is worth it. You're.

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"panic attack" Discussed on Coping With Chronic Physical and/or Mental Health Challenges: Helpful Tips & Bandages

Coping With Chronic Physical and/or Mental Health Challenges: Helpful Tips & Bandages

08:01 min | 7 months ago

"panic attack" Discussed on Coping With Chronic Physical and/or Mental Health Challenges: Helpful Tips & Bandages

"It's just gonna make it a little bit harder, all right? So that being said, that's all I'm gonna say about it. Now, to understand what to do when you're in a panic attack. You've got to understand what panic attacks are a little bit. Don't worry, I'm not going to get all medical on you. But you do have to understand that you're having that old fight flight or freeze response. It's something that's going to build into us. And it's something that's helpful in certain circumstances, right? If somebody comes at you with a knife, it's probably good to either punch them in the face, run away or hide, right? It's a fight flight or freeze. You know, try to blend into the background, I guess would be freezing. But the problem with panic attacks is they're your body's bluffing you. It's tricking you. It's telling you, you are in a dangerous situation when you're not. And so it's hard to retrain your mind. 'cause we're used to listening to our body. We sprain an ankle, our body tells us, hey, don't run and jump on this angle today. And we are correct and listening to that. But with panic attack, we have to do a little bit of the opposite of what our body is telling us. And again, that can be a little bit tricky and easier said than done scenario, right? So how do we do that? Well, one thing to notice is that panic attacks tend to come in hills and valleys. You'll notice it has peaks. It tends not to be. If you label it between zero and ten, which you can try sometime if you have a panic deck. You'll notice the 8 9 tens that really high panic attack area. Tens of income for a few seconds at a time. Then it'll come back down. Then I'll go back up and I'll come back down. So you'll notice it comes in waves. And so part of what we're going to be doing is we're going to try to teach you how to become a good surfer. So we're going to learn to just kind of lay back and surf the waves so to speak. Because if we fight the panic attack, we fight those waves and we're feeding the panic deck. If we run away from the panic attack, if we flee, then again, we're feeding into that panic attack. Plus, research shows that if we leave the area, so let's say we're at the grocery store. And it's loud and that's a common place where people that bank attacks. And so we take off, then it's going to be a lot harder to go back. And if that makes some sense, if you think about it, if you get jumped in an alley, the next time we go back to that alley, we're immediately scared of the alley. We're naturally cautious. So if you leave in the middle of a panic attack and then you come back to that store, then you're immediately cautious. You're really go back to that state of kind of anxiety of what's going to happen in this place because at your body's immediately in that safety mode. And so you don't want to leave. If you have to leave, if you feel like, I can't stay here, then try to just go to the bathroom or something like that. Especially if you're working or something and you're like, oh my God I can't just take off. Try to go somewhere where you can excuse yourself to try to practice relaxation technique or something to breathe or do some of the techniques we're about to go over. But you don't want to fight it and you don't want to leave. So you can't just go, I can't remember the fact that I got to find it. I make it go away, make it go. You can't do that. And you can't run away. So there's the two things you can't do. So what can you do? Well, one thing is, like I said, just stay in place and just kind of watch that the fear come and go. And you can try to prepare yourself before you go into the situation. If you know that going to the store is scary, you can try to tell yourself, hey, this is going to be a good thing. I'm going to be able to make it. So you can try to be positive, that's going to help yourself. But when you're in the middle of a panic attack, one of the best things you can do is you're going to try to distract yourself a little bit and try to focus on just small things that are in front of you. So there's a few ways you can do that. One is, for example, just counting back from a hundred by 7. Or you can try to name speed capitals in your head. When you're working, one of the best things you can do is just break large tasks down into small tasks. So for example, I had one person that worked with one customer. Who had a lot of cleaning. He could only work a couple hours a week when he started having panic attacks. And when he got the control and he got up to like 30 hours a week. So this is an example of how that worked. But what did he do? Well, he operated a machine that cleaned. And so he actually just kind of listened on a headset to the instructions, and then he counted tiles. So he'd go one. Two. Three. So literally he was just focusing on one step at a time in front of him. And that worked. He would get himself all the way through and I'd just by doing that. Other people, you know, it just depends on what you're doing. If you're a bag eating groceries, for example, instead of you might be thinking, oh my gosh, I have 15 people, what am I gonna do when you're trying to do it to 20 things at once, but if you go, okay, I am going to say hi to this person. I am then going to reach out and I am going to take this can of beans and I'm going to run it across the scanner. I'm going to take this can and I'm going to put it over here and then I'm going to so if you have to break it down to really, really small tasks. And if you can do that and so you're just only focusing on one little thing at a time, then that can be very, very helpful. And like I said, or if you have to take yourself into another area because you're finding that you can't do that, then at that point, again, you can pull out if you have a card, for example with waterfalls or something like that that can help you relax, then do that. But the idea is to try to get your mind thinking about other things. And you'll notice, for example, when you stop thinking frightening thoughts, that your fear fades. So that's how panic attack works. So with that being said, there are some things to keep in mind though while you're going through this. For example, expect experience some anxiety when you first get started. You know, you're going to want to go out and practice this. That means you're going to want to put yourself into some situations that cause some anxiety because it's going to take some time. If you're not going to be able to get it the first time and it's okay to have a panic attack. You don't lose if you have a panic attack. This isn't a game of do I win or lose if I have a panic attack. It's okay to have some anxiety it's okay to be uncomfortable. You win if you get to if you stayed at the store, for example, you win if you stayed at work. So whether or not you had a panic attack, is not whether you win or lose. It's whether you got to finish what you were doing. That's the win. So don't be afraid of anxiety. Don't be afraid of the panic attack. It's okay. Or if at first, you just got to wait before going home. In the past, you immediately ran out of the building, and you waited for 15, 20 minutes. And then you left. Then count that as a win, and then build on that for the future. For example. And if you have a counselor, tell the counselor doing this and work with the counselor in this so they can help you to build up on the future. And because there's some things there's some written exercises you can do with this if you're having a really hard time with it. You know, where you can write down what triggered my panic attack. What was my response to the panic attack? And then what could I have done differently?.

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"panic attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

Acupuncture is my Life

06:38 min | 7 months ago

"panic attack" Discussed on Acupuncture is my Life

"Hello everyone and welcome back to another episode of acupunctures my life now in the last episode. I spoke of the physical symptoms of anxiety. Now the question becomes is how does one know when these symptoms signal a panic attack. Now i asked that question because panic. Attacks usually include the physical symptoms of anxiety such as. Let's say sweating trembling more so of the hands rapid or fast paced heartbe now when it comes to panic attack the only difference is that these attacks create like a An extreme sensation of fear. That just comes out of nowhere. You just begin to panic. You really don't know why sometimes you think you do but it's not what you think it is and it just seems to just come out of nowhere and that sense of terra is a major part of a panic attack now panic attack or panic. Attacks can include at least four of the physical symptoms of anxiety and more and again. I mean these symptoms acupuncture can treat but now what happens here is acupuncturists. Do not just treat symptoms again. We find the root cause and we treat that to alleviate the symptoms now sometimes the symptoms which we considered a branch to the root sometimes. We'll treat the branch if it's so severe where it's disrupting your sleep. Focus ability to do things you know. So we'll treat both but will deal with the severity. I so the treatment protocol will be more so focused on a symptom with some attention geared toward the route until we suppress the symptoms to a level where we can just focus on route to eradicate the symptoms along with the route. That's how an acupuncturist tends to vote to operate to function when treating various disorders but they are at least. Let's say four symptoms of anxiety that are included in panic attacks. One being again palpitations. Seems like your heart is just about. Come how to be a chest beating so hard in it and it's beating at such a fast rate. Then there's sweat you see these. Podcasts are done. So that when you experience certain symptoms. And i'm not just speaking of panic attacks or physical symptoms of anxiety but the harry's disorders it can help you in some way gained some some sort of understanding as to what may be going on and to know that it's serious and it should be addressed. Why again health is wealth. The wealth isn't interbank. It's not safe. It's not in your pocket. It's not in the purse or your purse. It's not an matches. It's not in a shoebox in the closet and it's not under the doghouse in the backyard. The wealth is in you. It's in you now. Let's say in getting back to the four symptoms or more that can accompany panic attack. Like i said palpitations sweating. They can be trembling or even shaking as spoke of this and the last episode i also spoke of sensations of shortness of breath fills. If something stuck in your throat is if you're smothered feelings of choking they can also be chest pain or discomfort. You're you're full of fear that you you feel as if you feel having a heart attack. It can also be nausea as well as domino discomfort. I spoke of this previously.

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"panic attack" Discussed on Girls Gone WOD Podcast

Girls Gone WOD Podcast

04:44 min | 7 months ago

"panic attack" Discussed on Girls Gone WOD Podcast

"But anyway, so we went home and then things were good until they weren't and things turned not good very quickly within a day. Within a day I was just riddled with panic attacks. My postpartum anxiety kicked in instantly when we were out of the hospital. And it was super obvious that I wasn't myself. And I called my ob's office right away, like three days after we got home, I called them. You know, 'cause you kind of like you feel it at first and you're like, oh whatever, I'm just home home with a new baby. You know, I'm worried about him. I'm worried about me. I don't know. I don't know how I feel. I don't know how to sleep at night yet. Normal. Yeah. So for listeners who may have gone through this or who are thinking of having a baby or maybe soon having a baby, what was the experience like for you when you say that it kicked in? What were you experiencing or were those symptoms for you? So, for me, because I had postpartum anxiety, I didn't have I didn't have any depression linked into it for me, I was having panic attacks. And it was mainly at night. So I would start to doze off and the moment that I kind of like dozed or I could feel my brain kind of like slipping away from consciousness. I was instantly awoke and again, and I was halfway into an absolute panic attack like halfway into the spiral down of, you know, I felt like I need to get out of this room. I need to stand up. I need to get out of this house. I spent many, many nights walking around my block at two a.m. and then at three and then again at four. I mean, there were nights I was waking up every hour on the hour just sheer panic. And for me, it was very generalized. I wasn't like, oh my God, is my baby breathing? Because that also happens to people. And I wish that I was because I feel like I could logic myself back from that. Oh, look, he's breathing. He's got the I'll let on, which is like this little sock that tells you how much their oxygen rate and what their heart rate is. You know, he's got the outlet on and I can see him breathing and he's right next to me in the basinet and all this. But it wasn't like that. It was just visceral in the pit of my stomach. I'm sweating my heart rate's up, just panic attack about nothing and about everything. And I couldn't sleep and I ended up that manifested into being afraid of falling asleep, because I didn't want to feel like that. So I was afraid of shutting my eyes and laying down because I didn't want to feel what I felt the moment I was ripped out of sleep into this panic attack. And all of this is super common, like all of this is just like your hormones being way out of whack and triggering these kind of like visceral primal reactions..

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Rebekah Lyons Discusses the Title of Her New Devotional 'a Surrendered Yes: 52 Devotions to Let Go and Live Free'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | 9 months ago

Rebekah Lyons Discusses the Title of Her New Devotional 'a Surrendered Yes: 52 Devotions to Let Go and Live Free'

"I'm going to ask you you know the softball question that i ask A writer of a book the title. Okay by the way great title. It's called a surrendered. yes Fifty two devotion to let go and live free as surrendered. Yes the softball question is what does that mean yes. Well none of us want to surrender. Usually never choose that But what i've learned is. That's always a nudge a whisper. It's a. It's something that prompts us. That usually takes us to a place. That's going to shift our life possibly or shift our everyday. Maybe it's a posture. Maybe it's a decision of growing families shifting careers moving across country. But then i also think it's very much in everyday practice of gratitude of forgiveness of surrender really just accepting. What is so that you can actually get that out and then to kind of interrupt that and show you what a healing journey looks like. So what prompted you to write a devotional. I've actually thought of doing that. At some point because i have a lot of those kinds of thoughts and i think that's valuable thought and if it's a valuable thought you know it probably didn't originate with you because truth is truth wisdom's wisdom. It's it's from the lord but like when did you get the idea that because he obviously britain other books but when you get the idea that you wanted to do a devotional devotional well. I've found that the themes i kept writing about. We're always surrender. Just this acceptance of the way things are instead of fighting against. I found that my anxiety was really rooted in pushing against her fighting against the obstacles or the barriers. In my life that i would come up again. And so that would actually increase anxiety by fighting against it versus accepting it and then finding the peace lead my heart and so i just thought if this is a a season of life like my anxiety journey started eleven years ago panic attacks and then it's now been a healing journey for a season. It's like part of that. Came a dovetailed with this. This acceptance this release saying god okay. i don't wanna live life the way life never looks the way we plant anyways so we can either get mad about that and be frustrated and fight it or we can go okay that that serenity prayer grammy the the wisdom to accept what i cannot change but then to know the difference of the things i

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"panic attack" Discussed on First of All

First of All

06:53 min | 9 months ago

"panic attack" Discussed on First of All

"Figuring out way to deal with it in a way that's not gonna further harm myself not lower my immune system not gonna drive me crazy not make me do ration crazy things. Just take care of myself properly. It's it's a love for anyone person managed so anybody else's out there that's been dealing with that got sick themselves or have had to care for other people who are sick around them and had that anxiety of just like it's so much to manage. There's so many details literally. I went out and bought like amazon to air purifiers and like so those are just reminders. The delta variant israel. So where you're freaking masks get tested regularly. I really recommend that. And i totally understand that feeling of like i'm vaccinated. I've done everything right. I don't wanna care right now. Because i have reached my ceiling way before and i don't care i'm just gonna live my life and whatever like i understand that i get it but i really don't think you want to actually get sick nor do you want to be responsible for getting other people sick because this was the most real experience of like feeling like i was jeopardizing my own house and other people's health by potentially spreading this virus that again. We are pretty safe for me if we're vaccinated but really wondering like i don't know what the outcome of someone else's health conditions going to be on top of the fact like i generally like what are the long term effects of They're sharing all these reports. That i think are actually if we make campaigns i'm talking about i'm like a public health background myself. Like why are we not talking more about lake that it five times. More likely. to guys'll get erectile dysfunction. I might check me on that. I just read it somewhere and i was like. If that's real that's a very effective campaign. Even the anti i like that will get like all men vaccinated. I feel like. I'm just saying i'm learning all these things and on a very serious note because eds series like affects many lives. It's not something. Well no that's not true. I have wished and on people anyway but the long term mental health issues and things like that of just how we don't know what those long term effects are going to be. I don't want to mess with that. And i don't wanna i just hated being sick. Even the last ten days and sounding like trash that so in the ten days i was doing my best to like care for myself to read books to watch movies. One of the films that i watched was this documentary called this changes. Everything and It's on netflix. It's on there right now. If you care to watch it and it was something that really really spoke to me. And i realized there's something i wanted to watch for a long time but when you're sick and you can't really be upright. It's a good time to want some films. But it's document from two thousand eighteen and it takes a look at gender disparity in hollywood and it's all through the eyes of you know well known actresses and filmmakers and lesser known actors after does in lesser known filmmakers and it just analyzes from an experiential standpoint down to very substantial data and research of discrimination against women in front of behind the camera. Now i work in hollywood. I wanna be a filmmaker. I've been in the acting game for almost ten years doing a variety of smaller projects to voice acting and all that stuff. I a lot of thoughts and feelings and perspectives about that whole thing of being talent and being a performer in wanting to be a storyteller and having so involved from the fest film festival circuits at sundance south by south west and tribeca in toronto and like learning how all of that works and getting to know. So many storytellers myself from my work that i've done for the last twelve years and you know having friends of mine who are literally getting nominated for academy awards and understanding how that all works. I've always grown up. Somebody that cared about representation. I'm a person that cared about. I think i've always just been a feminist by nature I understood from like a more structured. Perspective like yeah. I'm a feminist. I believe in equality and representation and access to resources for women. And i think from many different angles. I think one of our largest like untapped resources the largest untapped resources is the mind of a woman and ate. It appalls me it hurts me. It sickens me. It enrages me. It devastates me to see how continuously and systematically and pervasively women are exploited oppressed supressed condescended. Objectified it just hurts me. And it's like an injury to my soul like attacking everything that i am just human like doing that. Any person it makes me hurt inside but the collective oppression of women makes me ill literally because this shit stresses me out in stress actually does speaking from that chair right now. It really does mess up your ability to have the energy and strength to fight off viruses and bacteria and all other sorts of illnesses so when all of the stuff that has been happening around the world and feeling this hopelessness a wondered what i could do to make my stamp on it. One of the things was continuing to work on the film projects and my pilot and the things that have been like that have been procrastinated on for literally years at this point. That was one thing that i i'm glad to have done So this documentary. That i was watching was driving a lot of thought in me because i had to watch it in chunks. By the way 'cause i couldn't consume all of it in one sitting i was just i didn't have the brain capacity but i worked on the films and i just felt a lot of motivation and understanding hearing the stories and seeing the data to understand what has been happening with the absence of female voices. When you think of. I know that hollywood's really big and also know that it's really small like there's so many other film industries and so many incredible artists around the whole freaking world outside of la for damn share that are not connected to this particular universe and i honor that respect that appreciate that and i also acknowledge the influence of things that are created within this tiny little ecosystem. The same way that i grew up in the bay area and i know the impact of what happens in that one's like tiny little region of the earth and how much of the world the things that have started and are supported and created their impact. The rest of the world. That's up for discussion. It is incredibly influential is a huge export of california of of la.

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"panic attack" Discussed on First of All

First of All

05:36 min | 9 months ago

"panic attack" Discussed on First of All

"I can get very catastrophic about a lot of things but not moment like yeah chest pains those like i'm gonna die and or i have coveted and therefore i'm i'm going to be like that one breakthrough case that ends up in the er and on a ventilator doesn't matter that i got back sedated. Why did i do all of this. It all of that size just felt like it was a really interesting indicator and this lasted for hours because it started around between one to two pm and it was. I was checking in on myself up until the time. I got on the plane which is at seven o'clock at night at seven. Pm so good. Five to six hours. I i was like experiencing waves of chest pains and genuinely scared ovid and then also managing like oh shit if i have cloven that i need to get away from everybody as much as possible like i can't get anybody else sick. Why did i even book a flight. Back to la. I need to get a car. Like should i get a car. But if i go to the car rental blaze while infect the people at the car rental it was all it was a mess when you freak out you freak out. I was freaking the hell out and on outside though i was staying pretty smiley and and or quiet but it was a reminder that our bodies they know better and sometimes he region or like your body. You can't lie to yourself anymore because your body's going to slap you in the face a little bit and now is a very big in the face of no. You're not okay and g you're not okay and at one point during the car were my friend is being so nice and just trying to like music and keep it really light hearted stuff and like it's fine like let's go find like an outdoor thing that we can like hang out. What is great very kind. But i was like sure and at some point is like he's like a uk like notice. Those checking my phone llanos like have a little just pain. He's like oh okay. We'll take debretts like you're gonna be fine. It's okay and i was like going to be fine and then a cracked and then like the tears started tumbling a little bit. But i held it together. The mind is a very strategic and complicated things sometimes and just goes into survival mode like i think my survival has always to get really really chill and to get guarded and like in a way. Shut down to a degree. I think it's my brain's way of guarding me from my own self long my catastrophes from all intense emotions that can overwhelm and overtake me. And shut me down really in a different way. Because i just it was so weird that like i didn't feel any other symptoms. I didn't feel like i was emotionally freaking out but once it cracked and once i realized and admitted out loud like yeah. I don't feel like okay. I think that's when i started to like breath through it a little bit more and it was the beginning of getting better. Didn't get better right away but like admitting it and then starting to breathe and like to signal alleging it. I don't know so breathe through it. Acknowledge it it's normal. Please take care of yourself if it gets like dire like do get medical help if you need it. But that was that was frightening. Moment very eye opening for me because i constantly work on this whole like strong mingy wonder woman thing and i'm like i'm fine. I'm good okay. Am great and then i always get reminded like well. Yeah you're great and you're also really not great and you need to acknowledge that in stop denying. Don't be we not in denial. Wherever like stop it so that was a good reminder. The last ten days. I've been crazy have been sick and i have had four negative cova tests so my roommate did test positive. And then it's been a whole fiasco of staying isolated in a rooms him in his room and like not entering the shared space unless we were wearing masks. Also i live in the valley up in l. A. where it's hot as balls guys in its august and whatever santa monica is like whatever the beaches la it's like fifteen to twenty degrees hotter. Where i live we. Don't we have central. Ac and like we weren't running it because Didn't wanna hear covert so. Yeah we're like sitting in a sauna in our home. I'm sick like i'm having a low fever. Not able to sleep. Well look having a massive headache. just super fatigued. He's going through his. He was like bad for a couple of nights. But otherwise okay. We're just both feeling like shit and like going to try to feed ourselves and like not die and stay hydrated and not die of sweating to death. I don't know it was it was it was a lot and For me because i work as a voice over actor. And that's my you know it's not being able to audition or work or like have the capacity to be alert and able to act and do my job and not lineup. The next series of potential jobs like freaked me the hell out of like what if i go to the hospital and what if i have to pay for it. And what if. I what if what if i'm to pay for that. So the really big challenge of learning how to calm myself down. Take precautions and like this whole last year and a half has been really good teacher that of managing the feelings of all of the totally reasonable anxiety. But figuring out way to deal with it in a way that's not gonna further harm myself not lower my immune system not gonna drive me crazy not make me do ration crazy things. Just take care.

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"panic attack" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

02:05 min | 10 months ago

"panic attack" Discussed on The big d zone

"Our podcast and broadcast on special emergency vicky country. Dj have another pet panic attack. This i'm not broadcast brought to you. At the request of the second pallet to bring bringing information after the contained to emergency in bakti country. We want to keep you informed and keep at what happened to print. Dj at the suffering from panic attack. When he's trying to go to sleep in the middle of a conference as you know yet. Today for data suffering a clamp that suddenly happened after he was getting food and bringing them back to a from after he will bring his bed and beg a good lead to his room at the hotel and hit did not know why he felt like he was having a heart attack. The sisters came all of a sudden at will going back to rome but they decided but now him having a panic attack maybe he referring that will happen again but he knew have medicine and only have to do now as into something to for the rest of the day the to continue on to the podcast conference he will be doing podcast conference from virtual and also video. He will also be watching it on video so that he could still do it. At he was in the conference he will also go to the conference from from time to time and still be able to do the podcast of alien if at the day to day situation akin again this is the day to day situation at corner of eighth in a panic attack after he had clamped that he felt like you had a heart attack. Everything is all. it's all good. Everything is all good but he just having a heart attack and having problems sleeping right now.

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"panic attack" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

Mayo Clinic Q&A

05:27 min | 10 months ago

"panic attack" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Q&A

"Help me you just disease getting own. So because this respond to therapy as i mentioned before so key in the diagnosed with asthma. We need to make sure the responses happening at a time line. You expect for the medication. Sometimes symptoms of a panic attack can be very similar to me. Symptoms people might experience with asthma and the question is how would apparent. No one is asthma versus. Maybe a panic attack symptoms where they feel like they can't breathe. You know once again If you need to fit a powder gave it is the first time this is happening is probably not going to be easy. But particularly if a child is in the midst of this panic attack and having this difficult breathing. Heavy breathing noisy breathing. You know it's impossible to know but then if you if you have The story goes along. The lines of the child has asthma house. Being diagnosed with asthma and on top of that happens to have have this. Abc's where you have this panic attack. That's because even becomes easier because you know the typical symptoms for asthma would be say coffin reason and difficult breathing and this put another official here when we see. We know what we're talking about a high pitch sound. That happens when you break doubt. Okay when you breathe out very important. That's another thing. I discussed in a an indepth in click. You know you're part. They will say my child will have you taken note of that may or may not be reason unique. Do put the follow up question. Okay what you mean by wheezing if it happens as high pitched on what you bring it out. Okay that's reason with panic attack and other upper airway problems did noisy brings different. Tends to be pretty loud. Tends to be more so when you bring in so we call that strider so we'll send something like that okay. That is breathing in. That's not a reason and it's not associated with us so those are the things that will give you a hint where this is going and you mentioned like the response tell beater geraldo. Would you expect someone who's having a panic attack the have a an improvement. Very quickly with albuterol. Have you seen it happen where it does help or not. What depends if it. If the child's in the midst of an asthma asthma association has attacked instead of having difficulty breathing and a difficult breathing has triggered this panic. This scared admissions. Get good scary the scariest asian okay In that saints beetle could make a difference exactly. Yeah but if is something that's not related to ask at all. It will not make a difference and that that is the they've seen we need to keep in mind..

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WNBA Star Liz Cambage Withdraws From Olympics, Citing Mental Health

Nightcap with Ryan Gates

01:23 min | 11 months ago

WNBA Star Liz Cambage Withdraws From Olympics, Citing Mental Health

"Today about Liz Cambage. Um, you know, She has been very open about her mental health struggles. She wrote a story for the Players Tribune a couple years ago, acknowledging that she had been on suicide watch in 2016. She has some D N. P s for panic attacks. Um, has struggled with substance abuse. So when this comes out today, there is, of course, absolutely empathy and respect for her decision to protect herself. But of course, there's more to the story than that. There's the conversation around her partying in Vegas and violating Protocols. There's the story of an altercation in practice or in that friendly with Nigeria, the closed door matchup. How do you reconcile all the different parts of that story in in terms of her, then announcing she would remove herself from the situation perhaps before they had an opportunity to do just that without, you know, without her doing it. Well, I think that first and foremost, the mental health aspect is key. And a lot of the other behaviors and I have nothing to um You know, I have no facts to base on the other stuff that you mentioned. All I know is that first and foremost The middle health aspect and to be able to address and acknowledge that she has some mental health issues and to remove herself from the team. To take care of herself. First, I think is the most important thing.

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"panic attack" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"panic attack" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

"While i am here with dr nicole kain. She's a naturopathic doctor with a masters in clinical psychology and. She is on a mission. To turn. Anxiety sufferers into anxiety freedom warriors. Dr nicole you. I know are about to drop some amazing knowledge. Moms for us in all anxiety sufferers so. Welcome to the show. I'm so glad you're here. I am so excited to be here. Thank you for having me absolutely well. Let's dive in. So i think the question on a lot of people's minds i is. What exactly is a panic attack. Specifically maybe what's a panic attack versus and anxiety attack or heart attack or stress. A this is a common question. And i feel like when people have the answers. It's really reassuring to know. Okay this is what's going on because once we know what's going on we know what to do about it and so a panic attack is where we have a burst of extreme anxiety and fear and panic attacks come out of nowhere oftentimes and so when someone's experiencing a panic attack there are often emotional symptoms and physical symptoms so examples of emotional symptoms may be forboding a fear of dasa fear of losing control. People may feel complete in sheer panic but they also may feel a little bit like they're in a fog or maybe a little dissociated which is a term that defines when we feel like we're not quite connected to either the world around us or to our bodies and then physical symptoms can range head to tell because with a panic attack. Your body is having what's called an odd onomic arousal response

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Stop a Panic Attack and Lower Anxiety With Nicole Cain

The Essential Oil Revolution

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Stop a Panic Attack and Lower Anxiety With Nicole Cain

"While i am here with dr nicole kain. She's a naturopathic doctor with a masters in clinical psychology and. She is on a mission. To turn. Anxiety sufferers into anxiety freedom warriors. Dr nicole you. I know are about to drop some amazing knowledge. Moms for us in all anxiety sufferers so. Welcome to the show. I'm so glad you're here. I am so excited to be here. Thank you for having me absolutely well. Let's dive in. So i think the question on a lot of people's minds i is. What exactly is a panic attack. Specifically maybe what's a panic attack versus and anxiety attack or heart attack or stress. A this is a common question. And i feel like when people have the answers. It's really reassuring to know. Okay this is what's going on because once we know what's going on we know what to do about it and so a panic attack is where we have a burst of extreme anxiety and fear and panic attacks come out of nowhere oftentimes and so when someone's experiencing a panic attack there are often emotional symptoms and physical symptoms so examples of emotional symptoms may be forboding a fear of dasa fear of losing control. People may feel complete in sheer panic but they also may feel a little bit like they're in a fog or maybe a little dissociated which is a term that defines when we feel like we're not quite connected to either the world around us or to our bodies and then physical symptoms can range head to tell because with a panic attack. Your body is having what's called an odd onomic arousal response

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How To Start A Meditation Practice And Create Healthy Habits

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

02:29 min | 1 year ago

How To Start A Meditation Practice And Create Healthy Habits

"Of us have at least a few items on our list of things we quote unquote should be doing whether you want to start meditating or incorporate any other new habit there's amazing science that can help guide us to the results that we want. So what do we know about setting ourselves up for success. When it comes to creating healthy habits. Dr hyman spoke to journalists and the host of the ten percent happier podcast. Dan harris about his own johnny into meditation. And how just one minute. A day may be enough to get. You started with a regular practice. I had been assigned to cover faith spirituality for abc news. And i didn't want that assignment nine percent this stuff at all. It actually turned out to be great for me. And i met a lot of interesting people and that ultimately led me to reading a book by eckhart totally. He was the first person i ever heard. Describe the fact that we have a voice in our heads this inner narrator. That's diam wearing all the time at us. Mostly thinking about the pastor the future crazy and your head. Yeah or the buddha calls at the monkey mind but i had never heard that theory before. That was a major a moment for me. Because i realized okay. This is just intuitively true. A and b this theory about the human situation that we have this nonstop voice in our heads really explains why how. I had a panic attack. Because the voice in my head my ego my inner narrator Is what sent me off to war zones without thinking about the psychological conferences. And i came home and i got to press. Didn't even really know it. And that did this dumb thing self medicating so that was. That was really interesting to me. And then i started looking at the science. And then i started thinking okay. Maybe i'll try this. And as soon as i tried it. I realize this is not you know like hacky sack or you know. Lighting incense is not some hippy. Pastime this is a this is exercise for your brain. It's it's happens without effort in other words. You just have to do. The practices like exercise. You do the exercising our body shape whether you like it or not and yes it happens in that way and in a you can read about all you want but unless you begin to know your mind which is what meditation helps you do. It's like slowdown what's going on. It's not like blank slate. You closure is in your in bliss and that's not how goes right. It's a very. It's a very interesting way to sort of reset your relationship to yourself to your world experience to the meaning you give things and everything sort of shifts whether you want to make it shift not as is the act of doing

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A highlight from S6 E10 - Real Conversations on Mental Health (w/ Special Guest: Patricia Perkins)

Courage to Fight Again

34:47 min | 1 year ago

A highlight from S6 E10 - Real Conversations on Mental Health (w/ Special Guest: Patricia Perkins)

"May is mental health awareness month. And i felt it only right to release an episode focusing on the topic of mental health. Now if you've listened to the podcast for any length of time you've no doubt heard me talk about my own struggles with ptsd depression and mon experiences. Not all that uncommon in the veteran community. What you don't often hear though is from the veteran's spouse and on today's episode. I get to sit down with my wife patricia. As she shares the story of her own emotional journey with mental health diagnoses medications. Hospital stays and a whole lot more. This is the we serve now. What podcast where. I do my best to answer the questions. Veterans and their families are already asking so you can make your post military life your best life by way of introduction my name is aaron perkins i am a us army combat veteran daddy to amazing kiddos. Host of this podcast. If you hadn't guessed. And i am joined today by my beautiful bride patricia. Welcome to the show thank you. I'm so glad to be here excited to talk about a subject that i'm passionate about. Yeah absolutely absolutely well. Great to have you here. I'm i'm incredibly happy that you agreed to be on the show. Usually it is me saying. Hey i'm going to be recording tonight. So if you you and the kids can kind of keep it down a little bit and but really really grateful that you here today. So today was one of many days where you're going through this. I don't know call procedure or treatment treatment. Okay so so. Obviously i went with you. Today is able to accompany you to that treatment and it specifically four depression right and so start with today. Let's start with today in a kind of what happened today. And what the treatment is. And let's start there. Sure okay so. The treatment is called. Tm s it means trans cranial magnetic stimulation menendez Treatment that oddly. Enough stimulates your brain. It's post what is supposed to do is to help the neurotransmitters talk to each other better and it is usually reserved for someone who's tried a few different types of medication for depression but it also helps with like anxiety. Ocd and sometimes even physical pain. Okay so so so. This is not a it. Sounds like it's a noninvasive. It's not a surgery type of thing so basically the way they explain it. It's like electromagnetic therapy. Where like in the old days where they would maybe cut. Open your head and maybe electric your brain things like that but this obviously they're not doing that. You can sit down in this chair. It's kind of like the big dentist chair. They strap you all in and they put this big magnet next to your head in a certain spot at a certain level. It's already been determined by your doctor and it made me last twenty minutes. And then you're you're on your way okay. So is that it's not obviously. I know this right before listeners. This is not like a one time thing. This is one of how many treatments you have to get. Okay so today was off my fourth treatment and i think if i did the math right i have at least thirty three more to go. So it's over a nine week period and because of where we live. I have to drive basically an hour and a half to get there. And then i'm there for fifteen to twenty minutes in the drive an hour and a half and and yeah i i definitely know that. That part in itself is frustrating. The drive so let's go back a little bit now so you're having this it might not be invasive but stewart pretty extreme treatment of kind of remapping your brain right yes. It's it's had some side effects already some some anger some tiredness Brain fog lightheadedness. The way the only way. I can explain it. It's like there's a big garden with a huge gate and there's all these locks and each treatment seems to slowly work open a new lock and then hopefully by the end all the locks will be open and king come open and i can be free of depression anxiety. I don't know if that's going to happen. I have faith that it can happen so hopefully it does happen. You me both you both so so take us back a little bit. How did you get to this point. You know obviously you. Have you know some sort of depression or anxiety or whatever take us back to diagnoses and that sort of thing so i i got diagnosed probably sixteen years ago like actual clinical diagnosis of major depressive disorder and house have severe anxiety. I have d. c. Ptsd so what is so ptsd. I know what is cd. Basically childhood post traumatic stress disorder. And then i have. Ocd okay so so ptsd. Veteran community intimately familiar with cps d c p s de. It is then the so. How did that come about. I mean this this is like you know really getting into the nitty gritty of it a little bit but i had parent you know. I had parents that. They weren't believers not that that makes you any less of a good parent but they were involved with things that they shouldn't have been involved with and they didn't have a good relationship with one another so that meant a very rocky relationship with their children and so without getting into too much and making people uncomfortable. This is a really bad childhood really bad and even in my teenage years there was some other stuff that was really bad. So just you know things that people don't really think about as being post traumatic stress disorder. I've heard other people say. How can you even have that. You weren't a soldier. Well that's not reserved for soldiers or servicemen period. Post traumatic stress can happen after a car accident after your home gets broken into after a traumatic. Any traumatic experience you can. Pdf st right right so so with depression. You were diagnosed. She said sixteen years ago crack and so did the anxiety diagnosis. Come along with that or out of that will work. It was shortly after. I think they at i thought maybe it was just really bad depression and they realized that it was both mint so they started treatment to different treatments who different medications and over the years between the two just the depression and anxiety. I know i've had over sixteen or seventeen medications and sixteen or seventeen. I didn't know there were that many others time for i mean i know. There's a lot of medications out there right. But most i know i i'm gonna go out on a limb here and say most people when they're struggling with anxiety depression or even if they do have a legitimate diagnosis of anxiety. Depression or both. It's okay let me go get this. Let me go try it. You know and then if that doesn't work maybe they go try something else but sixteen or seventeen that that just sounds like an extreme number is sensitive to medications and so what may work for a lot of people. Just doesn't seem to work for me. Or i ended up being allergic to it but i will say that i did. This test called a g. e. n. e. s. t. and it's a dna test and that's something that you're psychiatrists can do for you. There is a cost involved but it will tell you which medications and you know. They're all different classes. Work for your dna type so you have a red section and you should stay away from those. You have a yellow section. That may help. And then you have. A green section is more likely to help with your dna type so that can help a lot of people. Stay away from having to try sixteen or seventeen different medications. Sure sure that that's a really good point. And obviously you. You didn't take that 'til later. Right actually took it last year. Yeah so the break i. I wish i could have taken ten years ago. But i don't think even knew about it and that's another thing i would say. Is you know educate yourself. Don't wait on your doctors to find all the resolutions for you. Like feel free to look and research and bring it up to your doctor. you know. it's a good point. So medication is just one side of the depression anxiety. Ptsd just one side of it before the medication happens. There's something that either. Your doctors realize your families realize or you personally realize something different in me. Something is not working as it's supposed to or it's manifesting in in a certain way and i know that when it comes to ptsd specifically it manifests itself in a lot of different ways. They can manifest itself in anger in inability to focus and chronic pain. In a guilt it can manifest itself in different ways. So let's focus on the. Let's say let's. Let's go with depression right the major depressive disorder. How did that or does that manifest itself in your life. The first time. I realized that i might have an issue with. Depression was actually. I had a really bad episode. After i had caitlin so caitlyn's daughter. Sorry caitlyn's her daughter. Yeah she's fourteen now. After i had her. I was sitting just watching tv. And she was sitting there beside me and her little old bouncy seat. And i actually started having these really dark feelings kind of like oppression and actually that coincided with an anxiety attack as well and actually got rushed to the hospital because they thought i was having a pulmonary. Embolism so they thought that. I had blood clots. I was about to die. You know there was but it was a mixture of depressive episode and anxiety attack which i had never felt before and that really scared me and the doctors were able to put me on medication to help with that. It did not stop it but it did help. Sure sure so what what happens next. You know you're you're on this medication. It's helping look what happens. Is there a point at which you realize. That medication isn't working or isn't working as well as it should. Yeah most doctors will tell you you know. Give it two or three weeks to really get in your system if you don't see any changes or if you see getting worse than you're to want to let us know so that we can adjust or change that medication and over the years. That has happened so often. That i i got to this place and i'll say that it's okay to do this if you need to. Own your closet by yourself and cry for a little while. 'cause you're just overwhelmed and nothing seems to be working and you want so badly to be quote unquote normal. Go have cry. Go eat ice cream or chocolate or something. I don't even care. It's okay to do those things. But i got to this place where i was like. None of this is working. I need something completely different. And i think that's when. I did the insight site testing because most of the medications that i had been put on. Were in my red list more in the list that was for your dna. These are not going to work for you. Oh wow so going through this process and the truth is i didn't even realize this at the time we've been married for fifteen plus years and i knew that kept having different medications tried and you like oh. This is not working but we had no idea why. It's not working until this test. You didn't says hey this might actually work for you Yeah that's that stuff okay. So what about the anxiety piece you know. It started with an executive attack How does that manifest itself or did it manifest itself in your life. So i have an odd anxiety like i have panic. Attacks panic attacks but generally speaking. I'm just anxious and it's like my anxiety and my ocd. Like to just hold hands and frolic through my brain and so what. I'm feeling extremely anxious. I have to clean everything so it's kind of like since i can't control my emotions i can't control what's going on in the world. My brain has to find something that can control and the cleanliness in my house. I can control thankfully because you and the kids are pretty neat people. But i have to do have to be able to do something. Control something to calm down. If i don't do that ended up in the closet crying eating chocolate well like you said. That's okay if you have to do. It's not not not every day but so talked about the depression. Talk about the anxiety. Ptsd how does that manifest itself in your life on a day-to-day basis weekly basis. How how often what does it feel like said the. Ptsd is like a whole different monster. That lives somewhere inside of my person. And the worst episodes i have with. Ptsd is when my children especially caitlyn our daughter when she reaches those age those ages where you've espn we. We had talked about this a little bit today. As we're preparing for the podcast but it was as a recall kind of like the same ages or proxy ages where something traumatic happened in your own childhood right so so then. My brain is like imagine that happening to kaitlin. Imagine that having to our son. Christopher and then it's like this overwhelming like it's not a mama bear feeling is a mama dragon. And it's like i will. I will died to protect but at the same time. It's then there's this the the little girl in me is like. How could my mom have let that happen. How could my dad have let that happen. Where was the the parental. where were they. Why did these things even happened. That i have this trauma but we're all human doing the best. We can now. That i'm older i can. I can look at my pass without being completely angry with my parents because they were just doing their best as well. Sure sure so. We're won't take a break real quick but coming up after the break and now you have a few things that you want to share with our listeners. More as encouragement and continuing the story obviously but also practical steps. Stay with us. Many americans today don't realize the stress and anxiety. They feel is likely because of their finances. According to bankrate.com more than six out of ten people couldn't cover a one thousand dollar emergency seven out of ten. Don't budget regularly. An eight out of ten are living paycheck to paycheck to these describe you. Are you ready to live like others. Can't too many make the mistake of budgeting their lifestyle instead of budgeting their basic needs. I my friend. Marco over at mc business lab has a simple process to automate the basic things. You need to live and then never looking at one of those bills again. Head over to live like others can't dot com to get on the wait list for his own line course to learn this automation skill. That will significantly reduce your stress anxiety. And if you think one on one attention could be the way for you. You can also schedule your free consultation with marco once again that's live like others can't dot com get on the path to your dream life today. Alright so here we are back. Second half of the show here with my wife patricia talking about mental health. And it's okay. She's looking at me right now. She's like oh just made a noise like it's okay. Well we'll cleared up. It's fine and so so anyway so here talking to my wife patricia about mental health and about her own challenges and struggles with it. And so obviously there's no one in your corner so to speak. I mean there's the stigma associated with it but there's also no one kind of coaching. You through this of like okay. Well if this isn't working here's what you do right not currently. I've had counselors in the past. You know and they've we've tried to work through things. I have been the hospital couple of times. And i think there's a lot of people who mean well but it doesn't mean it's going to work for you and so i feel it's important that people understand that if you do have a mental illness. It's okay to research an advocate for yourself. You don't have to wait on a doctor or counselor or someone who you feel like is more intelligent or just because they have letters after their name that they know you better than you do feel free. No not feel free. Please speak for yourself. that's huge. That is so huge. And i think that advocating for yourself is such a critical element of getting the help you need. Because when i think of veterans who are struggling right. You know whether whether it's a physical health or mental health concern. They know themselves like better than anyone else knows them and so when they go to the doctor when i as a veteran go to the doctor i have an obligation to myself right to be as honest and as really a as direct as i can like look. This is the problem. This is how. I'm feeling. I'm here for you to help me fix it right. But then there's the stigma especially in the military community. Where if something isn't working right in your brain you're not working right. Oh absolutely that is the stigma is is really and i think the worst thing about mental health diagnoses today at least in america. If not all over the world it absolutely needs to be normalized that your your brain is an oregon and just like your heart and all your heart muscle but you could knees your liver. If any of those things were failing if they weren't working like they were supposed to have so many people around you. Hey what can i do for you. What can i do for your family. Could i get my blood tested to see if i could be donor. How in the world could make your life better but you hear someone is in a three month depressive episode and they can't even get out of bed. I don't see people lining up with casseroles. I don't know. I don't see that happening. You know if you have to leave an event because you had an anxiety attack there's whispers. There's not help this is strong. It is so strong. And there's a you know within the military there is a fear and i will say rightly so that if you say hey i have this particular mental condition it can potentially impact your career and in the civilian world because well as a mom i if another mom i don't know maybe somebody's going to hear this and maybe they don't want their kids hanging out but as a mom you think. Oh can this person actually take care of my kid. While i'm away or is everything issue going to be too overwhelmed. Is she going to have some kind of attack. That i don okay. If you know somebody like that. Just educate yourself right and know that that person wouldn't take on that responsibility if they didn't feel they could handle it. Yeah absolutely and you know. That's a critical point to is. There is so much misinformation out there about mental health. And you know here's the thing. Hollywood doesn't help and i'm not going to rant. I'm not. I'm not trying to say like oh. Don't make movies about people with mental conditions. You know but there is this you know. The joker movie that just came out with a joaquin phoenix. That's joker yeah. Okay so you know. He obviously has a mental health problem. It looks like severe depression and he turns out to be this mass murderer. Right and so people associate edison. He's bipolar but go ahead. Fair enough fair enough so people associate those mental health conditions with something so extreme that they saw on a screen or read an article. now there are extreme cases. it's true. I mean you can't just say that that. No one is that bad off but there are people that bad off that they're not usually the people who look like they're doing okay. There those the people who are really struggling there are more signs right than than you just meeting them. Like if i just walked up to you and said hi. My name's patricia. Perkin tie you doing. You would never think i had five mental disorders right. You know someone. who's that far gone. You know they're going to be showing signs. Oh yeah absolutely for sure for sure and you know the thing is when it comes to mental health when it comes to you know having a a severe enough level of mental health challenges concerns whatever. You wanna call them. If you don't have an official diagnosis right there are so many. I guess levels is probably the best way to put it of of severity. Because you know like saying. Hey i'm feeling depressed for a couple of weeks is a far cry from major depressive disorder right okay. Yeah may i believe probably should have been a little more research but it would be depressed for at least six months before. It is a clinical diagnosis. And so there's going to be events someone dies. A friend moves away. You have to switch jobs then you could go through a you know a few days or a week of feeling depressed. That's normal. yeah exactly. That's the normal depression. That's not the go quick. It'll medication so you can feel better. That's right it's just a normal life happens and you get down and i've even had people say to me. Well you know you have a lot of stuff. You're very blessed. You have a nice home. You have a great husband. Smart kids you you you have you have you have you have. That has nothing to do. With what my brain is doing. I have the intelligence to know that. I a blessed person a blessed individual but that does not mean that my brain is going to let me enjoy all the time. Yeah that's so true. That is so true. And so i just saw an article earlier today from cnbc said fifty one percent of young americans are struggling with mental health. Fifty one percent. I can believe and i think a lot of that if i can just put in. My personal opinion is social media. I'm sure you constantly see people who are throwing up. There highlight reels on instagram. And some of them still on facebook and then those who are throwing out things on twitter but there you're not getting their whole life you don't read what's actually going on. I mean if people looked at my facebook they would see highlights. Because i want to show the good. I don't want to show the days. I don't wanna get out bed. Showed the days where. I'm like begrudgingly. Driving my kids to school because i have to. I'm an adult to do these things. You don't see those things and especially the generation under us. They're so obsessed with social media that they think that's real life. I mean i have a good life. But it's not insta worthy like everything. I do isn't gonna be popping up on instagram. Because it's not real life right. That's just advertising then like you said it's just highlights right. Yeah and so. I want to go back to the stigma piece for just a minute. Because that's a piece that i'm really passionate about and you know in the military you know being healthy being fit to fight. That's part of the job if you're broken your broken leg unit can't use you to go to war right. You have to get that leg fixed. I if you're broken mentally your unit may not be able to use you to go to war because like there's something wrong with you and like the. The thing is with the stigma. It's okay in you know outside of the military that things that your body or your brain is not working like it's supposed to and i've heard so many veterans so min- countless veterans really be rating their brothers and sisters in arms when they talk about having. Ptsd like your combat. Experience was different than mine. Therefore you don't have ptsd or you can't be depressed or you can't be anxious like you're just whining because you want to get paid from the va. You want the va to take care of you. That's ridiculous it. It really is our veterans out there who just looking for that that extra little bit of money out a month sure. There are but by and large the majority of veterans who who are having the courage to stand up and say. Hey i got something wrong in my brain. It's not working like supposed to. They should be applauded and say you know what that is. Surreal courage that you having right now to go and say i need help. Yes it takes a ton of courage and just in time out of being a military spouse and then my time out of it and interacting with veterans and even people who are still currently serving. They they have these but they don't even know how to say it out loud. They will become an alcoholic. But there's nothing wrong with me. I had no problem with war. Or when they get out of the military you know they get hooked on drugs. Oh in the military didn't affect me very much. I'll have i don't have any. Ptsd that that crazy stuff you know or all of a sudden. They're wife isn't good enough. Their kids aren't good enough and they want to be away from them at all times. They don't want that interaction but they say they're fine because they're afraid to say i might be broken inside and might need some help. So instead of having the courage to say that they are literally ruining their lives in other ways right what alcohol would drugs with breaking up their homes with neglecting their responsibilities. That's may there's so much i want to. I want to fix it right. I want to fix the stigma. Problem wanted but there is no easy way to do it. But i think what we're doing right here is having the conversation for the world to hear that. Look it's not just veterans. It's not just veteran spouses. It's according to that article. Fifty one percent of young americans who are struggling with some sort of mental health condition right regardless of what title you go by better in active duty man woman boy girl. Mental health is no respecter of persons. I'm sorry mental illness right. No you're right and mental health needs. You know it doesn't matter who you are. What are what color you are just like any like. I said any other body part in any other thing. That may need attention. Don't be afraid to give it that attention. Don't be afraid to speak up and speak out. Don't let the stigma hold down. Yeah for sure so from our conversation today. I know we're running up on time. So we're gonna wind this down and you know. Obviously you and. I have talked about this a lot and me in the future. I'm sure we will get you back on the show and talk and talk about about this and how fixing your life especially how the team s treatment is grain because he you know. I'm not afraid to talk about right. My inner demons especially can help somebody else. I feel like i feel like god puts us through situation so that we can help other people and if we can't take the bad and turn it around and help someone than what's it for and i have to have faith that it's it's to help others. Sure sure so. We have alluded to these three big takeaways right like the big takeaways from this episode. We've alluded to them throughout the episode. We've talked about them. We've even said them but remind us remind listeners. What those big three takeaways are from listening to this. I would say the first one is to advocate for yourself like i said. Don't be to research. Don't be afraid to figure out what might work for you. Ask for the jewish site testing. Ask for even if you've been on medication for a long time talking about the s you know there are other ways to go about it than just constantly saying in that cycle of pill after pill after pill with no results there. There is light at the end of the tunnel. So don't be afraid to say. Hey i think this might help me. What do you think. Don't wait on them. The second one i would say is. Don't let the stigma prevent you from seeking help Let's there is nothing wrong with you. If you have mental illness nothing like innately wrong review. You are just a person who is struggling and number three. I would say no that you are not alone like you were saying that article fifty one percent of young americans. This isn't even us. The older americans during these are young americans who were struggling. You're not alone. find group. fine fine started group. It right to you know. Don't don't stay alone either. When you isolate yourself things. Things often get worse so definitely seek out others who may have similar problems going on that you can talk through to to have some sort of accountability with and accountability is huge. It is huge and those are the three big ones. But i wanted to add one more. And it's something that i've done personally and it has to do with what i was talking about with social media and it's so funny because our pastors just said at this sunday delete block. You do not have to look at sally. Suzy sampson's and wish it was yours. Delete her blocking her. If if watching her highlight reel is taking your joy. Delete her if mr man who has it all together all the money all the muscles and the most beautiful wife you've ever seen if that stealing your joy delete him bought him because you need to focus on you and yours is so good. That is so so good so patricia. It is been an amazing conversation with you. I wanna thank you personally. Thank you for your courage to come on the show and talk about not just health in general but your own mental health your own struggles with the diagnoses. You know you've had hospital stays as a result had so many things going your life and so thank you so much for talking about this important topic with us you know. We all have a lot of questions but the most important question you can ask yourself is. This have accepted the forgiveness of sins. That only comes through faith in jesus christ and before we go one thing. Patricia wanted me to point out was earlier. she referenced. cpt. St and she called it childhood. Ptsd it is actually complex. Ptsd would she informed me of later in complex. Ptsd is brought about from long term trauma that might be physical emotional sexual abuse own going childhood neglect things like that. It could even be a prisoner of war type of situation that brings about complex. Ptsd so just clarification. There that that was what she was referencing in the second. Half of the episode. You may have heard probably did hear a lot of clicking in the background while that clicking was my burien husky running around on a hardwood floor and unfortunately we can't edit that out he just kind of made a cameo appearance on the podcast so that dog is the way i deal with my ptsd and depression having a pet. It just helps a lot so anyway. Thank you so much for listening. It has been a joy sharing our hearts with you today. Be sure to check us out on social media. We at facebook at courage to fight again. Instagram also occurred to fight again and twitter at courage again and check us out on our website at courage to fight again dot com a whole lot. More resources there well until next time. Thanks for listening. We served now. What is a production of courage to fight again.

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GOP Makes a Choice: Donald Trump Over Liz Cheney

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GOP Makes a Choice: Donald Trump Over Liz Cheney

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01:48 min | 1 year ago

How to Manage Stress

"Today. We're excited to talk to. Jessica carter about how you can manage your stress naturally. Jessica thank you so much for being here to talk with us today. Thank you for having me. This is definitely a topic that i think springs up in a lot of people's lives so to start out with. Can you tell us a little bit about what stress is sure. Strauss a normal part of life. It's one of the body. Reacts in a physical or emotional way to a challenge or even danger stress is a healthy response and as long as we learn how to manage it. It's fine. it's when we stay in this constant state of stress also known as fight or flight that other problems can arise so like you mentioned. It's kind of a healthy response as long as we're managing it. But how do we know if we're not managing what are some signs that maybe my stress is getting the better of me. according to the cleveland chronic stress that continues without relief can lead to a condition called distress. Distress can disturb the body's internal balance or equilibrium. These problems include depression panic attacks anxiety and worry research suggests that stress can bring on or worse than certain symptoms or diseases and it's ranked to the six leading causes of death so as you can see her. Long stress is quite serious. Absolutely so what can i do. What are some lifestyle changes. That maybe i could make to help manage my stress. Better absolutely first. We can start with nutrition. Our body is beautifully designed to handle life throws on it when we give it what it needs in the way of proper nutrition.

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Global rise in childhood mental health issues amid pandemic

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Global rise in childhood mental health issues amid pandemic

"A year into the pandemic covered nineteen has claimed more than two point six million lines directly but it's also taking a toll on the mental health of children doctors report a substantial spike in attempted suicides by children and young teenagers over the past year and pediatric psychiatrists say they're also seeing children with corona virus related phobias ticks and eating disorders obsessed about infection some of scrub their hands wrong covered their bodies with disinfectant gel or have been terrified about getting sick from food and also increasingly common panic attacks heart palpitations and other symptoms of mental anguish as well as chronic addictions to mobile devices in the computer screens that have become their teachers sitters and entertainers amid repeated lockdowns and school closures I'm Ben Thomas

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Why Youre Overwhelmed in your Online Fitness Business

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03:19 min | 1 year ago

Why Youre Overwhelmed in your Online Fitness Business

"Case so today. We're talking about overwhelm. Why you're overwhelmed in your fitness business now. I'm overwhelmed with something that i'm extremely familiar with because i when i was building my coaching. Business you guys. This is back in two thousand and seventeen. Sixteen in my business started to grow rapidly. I think my business almost grew faster than i knew how to keep up with. Because i started online coaching when i was like twenty two twenty three years old and when i started growing and gaining clients unlike like acquiring more people in my coaching business. It's almost like i had to learn how to figure out how to run the business while acquiring these clients and my business grew a lot faster than i was used to. My business grew a lot faster than i could handle. Frankly so i remember at the peak of my online coaching career. When i really started to get overwhelmed is when it had fifty one on one on fitness. Coaching clients. I also had six trainers that working for me. I started nation. This is an exaggeration. You guys when. I was working my coaching business. I would wake up at six. Am and i would start working on my coaching business like replying the dmz applying instagram dmz etc etc. And i wouldn't stop working on my on their business until nine pm every day and the only breaks that i would take is like an hour to work out at the gym. Put our jim vilma fucking phone the whole time texting by our break at the gym and then outbreak to eat food but even while i was eating food i was always working. So if i wasn't working on my own clients than i had seven trainers that i was mentoring and they each had ten twenty thirty clients and i was running team meetings and it was like you know it was a lot and so the peak of my overwhelming i. Obviously my goal isn't to get you guys there. But i wanna make you aware of what happens if you don't get a handle on it. The peak of my overwhelm was win. I there was one day. I remember my business. My business partner cole. Remember this there was one day. I woke up and i looked at my phone and i was like. I can't do this anymore. I can't look at my phone anymore. i'm completely done. I remember calling my business partner. I'm like i'm done. I'm not working for an entire week. He's like what he's like. You got fifty clients. I know i was like i. Can't i looking literally looking at my phone. Gave me anxiety like looking at my phone. As soon as i looked at my phone instantly panic like just talking about anxiety. Like i don't know how many of you guys have ever had a panic attack before looking at my phone straight up gave me a panic attack like i was like freaking out like heart was beating faster like i couldn't handle it anymore so after six weeks straight of working from six am to nine pm like fucking done. I'm not doing this anymore. Like i can no longer take this. I'm sick of it i'm done. I'm exhausted. It's over so i just didn't work for literally week. And at the end of that week. I ended up realizing that. I'd taken way too much on my plate and this was when i decided to fold all of my clients i literally had fifty one on. I finished clients. I fired all of them and just mentioned my trainers for five months and that was literally the start. pt dot. because after i fired all my clients i was just mentoring. My athletic trainers and i did that for a period of like five six months and then after mentoring transfer five or six months i finally realized. Why don't i just do this instead. So i decided to start. Pd domination anyways so. Let's talk about overwhelm. Let's talk about over one. Because once i made this mistake once and i like overwhelm to the point of having a panic attack and crashing and not being able to work. Which guys if you're in on visco coaching listening right now. And you're feeling overwhelmed. You might not be in a panic attack level yet but that's where it ends up like. That's the extreme end of

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Separating facts from fiction on major COVID-19 vaccine misconceptions

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05:49 min | 1 year ago

Separating facts from fiction on major COVID-19 vaccine misconceptions

"Of coded. The news does seem to get a little better every day, particularly when it comes to vaccines. We now have three covert vaccines in circulation. Advisor Madonna and Johnson and Johnson. More and more vaccination sites are taking appointments in the U. S. Almost 77 million doses have been administered. Even his inoculations rise. So do the questions. What does that mean for our daily lives after we get both shots? Can we take off our masks and we go on vacation? To get some answers. We talked to Dr Sandra Cash, deputy medical director and infectious disease specialist at West Bed Medical Group, located in Westchester, New York. Is what she had to say. Thanks so much for joining us. You're welcome My pleasure. So with the vaccine on everyone's mind these days, what are some of the common misconceptions about the vaccine? You know, just that this is ah, very good question, and I've seen and heard all sorts of mythology out there about the vaccines. Some of the more common myths that I've seen are that the vaccine can close Cove. It Um, the vaccine. The genetic material in the M R in a vaccines can actually affect your gardener your genetic material on but it can cause problems with fertility. Um You know, and the first two are flat out wrong. Um, you know, the genetic material in the in the vaccines really does not interact with your DNA's A. It's degraded very rapidly in the side of possum. The area outside the nucleus of the cell by yourselves. Enzymes on that happens really, Very quiet. Very quickly. Um, you know, the question about fertility and impact on fertility is one that I think we have not seen evidence of that to be the case. I don't anticipate that being The case. But you know these air new vaccines, So we simply haven't had the time on Ben. The question about whether the vaccines can cause Kobe that that one is flat out wrong. There's no mechanistic way for that to happen with the vaccines that we use these air, not live vaccines. Well, that's great to hear, and it's good to be clear about the facts. After you had two shots of the vaccine, and the correct time period has passed. Do you still need to wear a mask and other other precautions you should be taking you do And the reason it seems a little counterintuitive, But the reason we we continue to make that recommendation is several fold. Probably the most important reason behind that is that we still don't know. And I'm anticipating will have the answer to that in the next few months. Whether vaccination prevents transmission, meaning that a vaccine individual will not get infected if they're exposed to someone with Cove it But they may still get enough of the virus to carry it in their nose in their fair or unfair, inks the back of their throat and be able to spread it toe unvaccinated individuals. And that's where masters becomes a mechanism. Tol interrupt that that transmission I suspect what we'll see with covert vaccine is what we've seen with vaccines for other infectious diseases. Primarily that vaccination not only prevents infection, which we know the M Marny vaccines, the backs and the Johnson Johnson vaccine, they're highly effective in preventing infection. They'll also be very effective in preventing preventing transmission. This asymptomatic carrier status. We just don't have that information now. So we continue to make that recommendation recommendation on mask use until we have that additional information. So given that is it safe to expand your social bubble? Once you have the vaccine, and if so, who can you include? That's a trickier question, and I'll give you like a scenario. So if you're with other vaccinated individuals what you can Probably pretty. Realistically assume, is that those individuals? If they're carrying the virus, they won't infect you. And you won't infect them. What you can't assume And what we're not sure of yet is whether if you're carrying the virus again and your nose, you won't get the infection because you've been vaccinated. Can you expose another person in your gathering and they again Because they've been vaccinated won't get infected. But will they get enough of the virus in their nasal mucosa and then take it to their home where they may have unvaccinated individuals? Now? The likelihood of that happening? You know, there are lots of steps involved. Becomes increasingly remote. And so I've seen, you know, groups of people who have been vaccinating getting together and you know and not wearing masks. I don't think we're at that point yet I would feel much more comfortable with that once we kind of reach more a level of herd immunity. But what vaccination does do is it obviously prevents you from getting infected and dying from this, You know disease, which can be horrible, But it also allows you to do things that you may have been very frightened to do with a lot more comfort, and I think one of the things that we talked about a lot with Cove. It is this underlying kind of second pandemic of tremendous anxiety and fear that it's created in people. You know, fear of going to the store fear of interacting with people fear of even going Outside an exercise in which we know was probably one of the safer things you could do right now. And I think vaccination gives you you know, Ah, lot of relief that if you do go to the store and someone buy, you sneezes or coughs that you know you don't have to have that panic attack, you know, And I think that is a huge weight off of a lot of people's shoulders, and that's why you know Healthcare people in epidemiologist and all the people are talking about. This is really the first major step back to a sense of normalcy and why vaccination is going to be so important for us to get back Tol we were the society. So

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The Supreme Court says Donald Trump Must Provide His Tax Returns

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:49 min | 1 year ago

The Supreme Court says Donald Trump Must Provide His Tax Returns

"We're going to start today's program heading to the united states now where the supreme court has ordered donald trump to hand over his tax returns and other financial records. Trump's been resisting attempts to do so for several years. Of course well. Let's get the latest now on this. With suzanne lynch washington correspondent at the irish times Good morning to you. Suzanne good from here in london up. Bring us up to speed with the latest. What do we know. The supreme court issued a very short very significant ruling yesterday and which basically ended donald trump's attempts to shield his financial records and he is being in a battle to stop prosecutor in manhattan from getting access to his tax returns and other financial records is the second time surpreme course weighed in on this. The first time is over the issue of whether sitting president at could be shielded because road as president. But this time. Ed supreme court put it outside this decisive ad. Fees for mr trump effect. Now looks at like very much. So at these records now would have turned over to investigators new york and Mr trump's accountants perhaps bankers to will have to hand over documents related to his financial affairs and give us a sense. We obviously we had a little clip from trump at the top of the show. Easy talks about you. Know the the greatest witch hunt in history continuing Can can he fend this off in the same way. Actually he dealt with some of the bulbs that were involved in the impeachment hearings or does the fact that i guess we're looking at a judicial action potential criminal irregularities. Does that change the way that he needs to sort of Defend the charges almost. Yes i know. Yeah designed so far is up. No because yesterday he had a very very strong statement ad calling this a political persecution and calling it a fishing expedition and directly criticizing at the supreme court and and people remember. He himself pointed three of the members of the supreme court book directly criticizing the court and of course the federal prosecutors in new york Have don has kind of fallen out with new york. He moved out of the city and the dolphin clashed with officials in that city. He's obviously quite unpopular in his home town of york city on. It's the attorney general there. Sarah advanced who's reedy at take upon himself to pursue at trump for these for these charges. Say i mean we could be looking at a criminal. Trial of a former. Us president if this is to continue and is a both would way of looking at this as parts of the reason. Perhaps trump is saying. It's part of this long term witch hunt in that in congress people remember before his first impeachment and ahead of us because a lot of oversight into donald trump's at russia connections and then there was an inquiry into hush money he paid add to the adult film star stormy down one hundred thirty thousand dollars and this began this pursuit then by the new york attorney general he then decided to this payment and say what was that saying about campaign finance laws about highly payment of one hundred thirty two thousand dollars that was actually made by mike cohen. His lawyer but then he said trump in bach and this if you like your unraveled with thread of inquiry into donald trump's taxes now this is where we are am so what are the significance is about. Oh that was. Yesterday's rooting is not not only. Will they get access to his tax records but also the business and financial very detailed information that accountants bankers will have on which your tax records are based If you like. So that's going to be probably even more info important than actually getting access to his tax records. Which as you know the new york times already seem to seem quite a bit about whether we don't know how much actual detailed information they have aspect to this that i find absolutely fascinating is of course the the conflicting interests of politicians be they Members of the of the gop from the democratic movement in terms of their interests or not in trump continuing to be to be in the spotlight because there were suggestions even obviously during the impeachment proceedings clearly suited some of in the republican movement for that to just be dealt with swiftly as possible. There were also suggestions though that even for the democrats. It was kind of better that that was just dealt with. It was finished even if he wasn't convicted. Does that does that delicate balance shift. Now i is there a sense of one either side of the political spectrum if you like that actually we just don't want trump in the in the spotlight anymore. I'm actually if he can play this narrative the witch hunt that he's he's got a soapbox day people coming to him to hear from him. Is it more damaging could it be more damaging to proceed ings. Go ahead it's very possible. I mean it is very possible because as you say. Donald trump has been an easy foil for democrats over the last four years a now if he feels i think a lot of his supporters argue to sympathize with him and say that this investigation is politically motivated. Donald trump brand and it's always been problematic has been around his his business and is you his his. He sees the success of a business person and other people in these tax records seems to show that he welcomed successful as he implied. But i think would be certain that might precipitate for him from a lot of his supporters because he has said before. You know i've always just legally paid whatever talks you know. He was implying that. If i was able to game the system but you know panic attacks possible within the law with every right to do that and a lot of people would agree with on bash. So the problem is we don't actually know what is in the detail something more nefarious as there and the irs. At the criminal justice system does not look likely on talks offenses and that if he is facing criminal prosecution for this he could be in serious trouble but this was always an issue for him. I mean he didn't. He didn't disclose his tax returns around for present at most people in this country high of the fact that they do need to do that. And they're highly aware of a of their financial at connections. Even though there's a sold so much money in politics in this country in and brian politicians they do you know the important of disclosure so a lot of people may think this is catching up with him. He's a long histories of businessmen york. He's very unpopular among business. People in your because he bragged before by not paying etc and a lot of people find. This is his chickens come home to roost and yes. He had those four years in the white house. But for most it's life you the businessmen. There have every right to investigation for that date. Well i'm sure we'll show speak on this but more future. Suzanne very good to get the latest from

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Could This Simple Hack Reduce Anxiety and Panic Attacks? with Dr. Kristen Allott

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

06:16 min | 1 year ago

Could This Simple Hack Reduce Anxiety and Panic Attacks? with Dr. Kristen Allott

"Dr analogy welcome to the broken brain podcast. It's an honor and a privilege to have you here. Thank you so much drew. I am so excited for this conversation. I think it'll be just fine Back and forth to share information. Yeah i love what. You're bringing to the world in this topic of anxiety and i think that we zoom out in the context of the current world even prior to cove nineteen pandemic anxiety. You could see that. The instances and usage of the word in just general language newspaper social media is skyrocketing and you know languages so powerful and sometimes we really have to parse apart a word to really understand like what do we really mean when we're saying that because sometimes we say anxiety and we actually could be meaning something else when you talk about this world of anxiety and your new book which we're going to get into in a little bit. What do you really want people to help understand. What exactly is anxiety. Yeah so i think that's a great question. And i will just tell you how i approach that When i started in practice about fifteen years ago Because i'm a naturopathic physician acupuncturist decided to specialize in mental health. And people were coming in. And saying i'm anxious and and i just didn't think it was like so. How does that apply. Physiology was really the question that i was interested in and because some for some people it's stress for some people. It's i'm afraid to move forward and take a step forward for some people. It's a i'm overwhelmed like there's all sorts you know. It's a catch word as you say. And but there's also a curious about what the physiology of depression or anxiety or whatever these words were saying. And and so i. When i started in practice i literally in my on my living room floor. I had stock physiology textbooks a stack of neurology. Textbooks and the dsm and the dsm is the diagnostic statistical manual. It just describes. What the diagnosis categories for anxiety are and i was just like will. I think it's more than just an emotion like a candy but like the people were coming in with panic. Attacks like that is not an emotion that is a full embodied experience right. And and so i started just parsing out like what are the. What are the fizzy. What physiology causes these physical symptoms of shaky and racing thoughts and your heart racine. And maybe you're sweating and and all those symptoms that you know sometimes it starts small and Escalates to really big asu started to parse that out and then was like well. Once once i started to understand the physiology in the neuro physiology will. Where do we. Where can we intervene to help. People feel better and so answering your questions kind of copying out. But it's like. That's that's the approach that i took because so many people were using words and i was like i want a grounded in something concrete. Absolutely i mean if we look at the history and evolution of just anxiety and a lot of mental health. A lot of these things in early medicine were considered to be They're kind of in your head right like nothing else is going on right. We made a documentary a few years ago. Which then led to the name of this podcast. Broken brain my business partner. Dear friend dr mark hyman. We made a documentary called broken brain and the underlying premise. That documentary was what you do to your body you do to your brain. Your brain is not in. This isolated eight oregon that just as floating on top of your head. That's completely disconnected than the rest of everything. That's going on there actually an intertwined system and we have to understand that yes there can be. Let's call for lack of a better term emotional factors that are there right. Stressor is the complete driver of so many different things that we feel but let's also look at the physiology of what's happening underneath so when it comes to that topic of anxiety and the physiology gonna ask you a question which is a question that i came across a few years ago in a book by peter thiel little bit of a controversial character. But i really love this question that he had inside of this book. I think the book is called zero to one and he said what truth do you believe is true that other people disagree with in that category. So when you look at right what do you believe is true when you think about anxiety and physiology that people maybe traditional western medicine will say like. I don't know if that's true. Yeah so The one truth. That i see time and time again is it is really hard to have a panic attack. If you just ate. And i don't see panic. Attacks occur unless people are five hours from food or more at or they may have eaten some really sugary substance to at two hours ago. But if you had a real meal. It is really hard to have a panic attack. That's powerful right. There and people like that is not true and and the same applies to suicidal Which is know just part of the spectrum of people keep doing doing panic attacks they can get there and and and and the reason for that is that are i mean i can go into the physiology but but people don't believe that until they start looking mental health professionals or physicians and then when they want start looking at the pattern it holds true. Now there's always an exception to the rule ways but it holds like ninety five percent true

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A Conversation With Leisl Leighton And Iain Ryan

Published...Or Not

04:35 min | 1 year ago

A Conversation With Leisl Leighton And Iain Ryan

"I always like a book where you learn something and enlist layton's latest. It is a whole vocabulary. Welcome back to published or not lay so thanks for having me janet. Lovely to be here. This vocabulary includes knots. Szucs carribean is monte hitches and belay ropes. What are you doing if you using these. Well you climbing specifically you're doing external climbing outside climbing up clemson things yet map mountain climbing. This has made read straightened very famous. we'll read my Hero of climbing fia. He is a television star. I'm here and his best. Might from school. They always liked to do extreme sports. And they priced videos online of themselves. Doing extreme thing particularly back love to climb the mountains in the world and they got a television series of the back of these videos. They did an exit of grew from there and he became very famous. Least to matt and climb yourself to experience some. I didn't I mean i've i i love. I love the mountains. And i'm. I'm an avid skier and been to a number of very high skiing. Places in the world is mountain climbed myself. I've done some exiling. Which i've i've really enjoyed but not the climbing match but my husband and my son are into rock climbing Actually does rock leng squad. I got along information from him. I you know i had. I had internal sources. The title of your book is climbing. Fia what's wrong. What's read Dots with him trying to climb a vice where he has climbed a lot and he can't and it comes out that six months ago he was in a a deadly accident and where his best friend of our doing a climb for the television shire and things went wrong and his friend died. Rate was injured but he is finding that he just can't climb anymore. That fear overtakes. He has panic attacks. That's one of the. The meanings of the taj mahal is is. The climbing team is sort of more internalized aspects of of the title to wound on. The country is a childhood friend. Reads natalie. She's also tasteful would she may be more internally fearful yet she's had a bit avert tragedy happened to her as well her she was married to a man who was in the army and he got. Ptsd after a couple of tours. I've says he refused to get proper treatment for us and it ended up with him shooting. Natalia and himself she survived but he did not so she says she feels the need to start a new life again and so she returns to the place that she grew up as a child that always comforted her and that she thinks it's going to be a really great place to take her daughter. Chilly in this. This place has bob bob east ethic. Everybody should have a bob in their life. Maybe that's well. Bob was actually in spot a little bit by a few people that i've met in my life one of them specifically actually who was an owner of a horse riding camp. I used to down to win when i was a teenager and there was the place called. Say missed palomino stuff. Actually mentioned in the acknowledgements signed by the raid family. And bob was the matriarch of that family and yet she was just a very special person very warm and loving but strict to to all the kids that went there. My bobby's much more gregarious than Than you know. The the read matriarch for husband. She's says she very much inspired character. But it's also little bits and pieces of other people who have been in my life as well that i just wanted to give a nod to the kind of people who have backed by nerve certain families whether those families are born or might will.

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Break the Stigma with Founder of Consent Parenting!

Latinx Therapy

06:16 min | 1 year ago

Break the Stigma with Founder of Consent Parenting!

"Back with another segment but this is one of our special segments that we haven't done in many many months. This segment is a break. The stigma episode and in these episodes. We talk with amazing professionals. Amazing people out in the community globally. Who are doing things differently. Who are doing things to advocate and empower our community with education through the use of their voice and story so for today. I want to introduce you to our guests. Her name israel saliha ribeira. She is a consent. Educator abuse prevention specialist sexual literacy advocate speaker change agent and founder of consent parenting which will hear all about in a moment. She's the host of about consent podcast and creator of consent. Wear both of those are trademarked. By the way rosalia teaches parents particularly child sexual abuse survivors out to educate their children on body safety boundaries and consent so that they can empower their families to prevent abuse and break intergenerational cycles russell liaison mission to end child sexual abuse dismantle shame and help survivors heal and become drivers rosalia certified through the canadian centre for child. Protection's omit two kids program and darkness to light stewards of child program as well as the human trafficking prevention training program auld on watch safehouse project although leah was born in el salvador grew up in new york and now she resides in northern canada with her parents and three young children welcomed leah inc. You so much for having me excited to be here. Yes i've known you now. Maybe for a couple of years more so in the digital realm space though i was also a guest in your amazing podcast. That was probably maybe like nine months ago. I think so yeah. It was one of my favorite episodes because it was about very much the same breaking down the taboos dismantling those taboos that are so hard for people to talk about but some necessary so rosalia can tell us what is consent parenting. Yes so consent. Parenting is my online platform. Where i teach as i said child sexual abuse survivors who are parents. How to empower their families and they do that through workshops courses a membership in. This is really to help them. Have those conversations that they find. Maybe they didn't have that. Nobody taught them and of course because of their own traumatic experiences they may feel triggered by the content of of how to teach this so i helped walk them through that process of educating them so that they can educate their kids and dramatically lower the risk of those children being abused and being able to break those cycles. And what motivated you to create all your programs so when my oldest at the time was five sos about four years ago. I realized that i hadn't done enough at that point. They were starting to go into kindergarten. And i had like panic attack because as a survivor myself. I did not want them to obviously have that experience. I wanted to make sure that they were staying safe and realized that i had waited too long so i started educating myself about how they teach children abuse prevention because it was not something that my mom taught me. Unfortunately she's also survivor but she didn't. It's not that she didn't teach me because it wants to. She just didn't know. And i didn't want to be in that same position so i started educating myself and i had actually a lot of suppressed memories which i didn't even know about until i started learning about abuse prevention and these memory started to surface and i was getting triggered because diving into this kind of education. When it comes to your own kids you become brittle thanks. -iety and panic that. How are you going to keep them safe. So i would do the training myself. I would try to teach my child. I'd get triggered. I'd stop for a while and i realized that i really needed to step into my own healing journey. If i was going to do this and if i was going to do it right so i started doing some of that and as i was learning about the things that i needed to teach i realized that most programs were teaching you why it was important and what you needed to teach. But they didn't show you how to teach it like and there was no one that was even speaking to the survivor. Experience to say this might be really triggering. And here's how to navigate that so that you keep going so that you teach this comprehensively and so that's when i realized you know all of the stuff that i was learning in the healing that i was going through in the therapy that i was seeking out had all helps me to learn how to do this really effectively. And i saw the transformation my children and i started to realize that it was actually part of my healing being able to empower children. And then i realized like nobody was teaching this and nobody was talking about this from the perspective of survivor to talk to other survivors because unfortunately children of survivors are actually five times. More likely to be abused because their parents shy away from teaching this or altogether. Don't realize what the other risks are because they don't talk to other survivors about it. So i ended up deciding two years ago now to embark on doing this myself so i got certified and i got all the trainings that i needed to do. And then started actually innovating some of the products that i create myself for those two pieces like i would always hear create a safety network and it's like okay. How do i do that though you know so. I started creating that like exact process for parents to make it easier. My mission has been like. How can we make the easiest possible for parents to do it and also to be able to reach the spanish speaking community so i started also creating products in spanish which are all free all of the products that i create in

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"panic attack" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"panic attack" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"And confident and fulfilled every mac. Welcome to the dave promise. thank you so much for having me. I'm so glad to be here Glad you're here as air in on understand what you are trying to help recruit. It's really helping people now need today but you know obviously any time in their lives in this kind of what can help anyone really Of self always referred to the pandemic is so wary people right now and whether positive or negative we try and turn it round positive and is greatly doing this work so i understand that from the past. Few years been coaching and teaching entrepreneurs and business leaders in particular has a greater internal experienced for themselves. So that longer you know at the mercy of people. Circumstances and events is mentioned. What's going on in today's world has become about doing that yourself. What's your story yourself. Oh my gosh well we have enough time to talk about whether or not show in a nut show and then then and why are you helping people. Yeah so i I i came to this place as most of us do when we have a crisis in our life right now and there's always that sort of crisis that happens that gives us the opportunity to take a look at our life in a way that doesn't feel good enough so that you'll do something different right and and i like to be that catalyst for people Also you know they're usually coming to see me when they're seeking something new because there are they're in a crisis or in some sort of transition and not clear on how to move forward for me There were different times in my life. I specialize in anxiety and overwhelming. Worry because i haven't Disorder years ago it was Did not come about you. So interestingly enough it came about through this talk therapy counseling. That i have done. I was doing it too because Boyfriend at the time we were Sort of on off again and trying to figure it out and so we were seeking professional help and in that counseling session. The first one. I had a panic attack. And i've never had one was born. I didn't know what was she knew. Exactly what it was And shave you know. She was intuitive enough to just go. Something's obviously going on for you. Harry feeling what's going on so explained what was happening that my heart was racing and that i felt like i was tiny and the corner. I couldn't breathe and things So then she sort of broke down like what was happening and that something was coming up for me ended. I want to go ahead and do some individual counseling and through that individual counseling. Counseling at i was it. It was and then asked me if i wanted to do individual counselling because obviously something was coming up for me and i agreed because I knew also that there was something that there was patterns of behavior that i wasn't really interested in. I couldn't seem to be in a romantic relationship without it being very tumultuous and i was sort of tired of that you know going back and forth thing And so through that. Counseling crossed us My anxiety actually got worse and worse and it started by just like my not my life getting super narrow like at the time i was training for a running race and i was in the middle or running and had a panic attack and so stopped running because i was so scared i was going to have you know. Pass out on the side of the.

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"panic attack" Discussed on The Bipolar DM

The Bipolar DM

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"panic attack" Discussed on The Bipolar DM

"Welcome to the bipolar DM. This is your host jacent. This is a irregular podcast that I put on about mental illness Dungeons and Dragons and also independent writing in particular way. We discussed bipolar disorder borderline personality disorder and also major depression. If you have any questions or comments, you can email me at the bipolar DM. Be sure to also visit. My Facebook page at bipolar diem is the long to that there we have updates about the bipolar diem on my social platforms. And also there is a link there to my group page which is called the song by polar DM Nation. You can do a Google do a search on that on Facebook and join that and that is where we put on daily updates. These are just short couple. Minute audios of what's going on in the bipolar DMS world as well as what it's like to live with a mental illness on a daily basis those updates come sometimes day long. Sometimes every couple days sometimes several times a day just kind of depends on my mood and what I have to report especially if there's something new and upcoming that just happened in my life that I would like to discuss and not wait for until tomorrow today. We are going to be discussing panic disorders and also social anxiety kind of two of those together one of the reasons why is because the techniques as far as how to cope with both of those whether it's a panic attack or if it's a social anxiety or basically the same really probably the major differences is medication, although there are medications to take birth. Social anxiety, but the idea behind this is not to denigrate using medication for panic attacks or social anxiety. But to add to your toolbox of things that you can do to help overcome and to get through a panic attack or through social anxiety. So again, I'm not saying don't take your meds or meds or bad or any of that stuff. I take meds and I have meds to help calm me down to Earth. But the idea is to add to your toolbox of the things that you can do. And the first thing that we that is very useful is deep breathing techniques. Now when I say deep breathing, I mean not only using your chest muscles, but actually using your abdominal muscles as well. Breathing belly. Breathing is probably another term for Thursday. Babies do it young children do and at some point we go away from that and then start doing chest breathing which is shallower and not as deep. And so the lower lobes lobes of the lungs don't get as much oxygen in them and with belly breathing or deep-breathing you fill all the lobes of the lungs up with oxygen found that increases your oxygen levels in your blood stream the O2 SATs, which also naturally helps release in the morphins in other feel good hormones to help you naturally combat a panic attack or social anxiety..

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"panic attack" Discussed on Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"panic attack" Discussed on Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

"Originally intended to record this episode back in March but that's when the corona virus hit the US in full force. So I put it on the back burner to host live. Qna's instead highlights. From which are uploaded as podcast episodes but once our front doors open again. The sudden stimuli of crowded stores and roadways might overwhelm us which brings me to this unlikely story. I want to share with you about a panic attack. That had earlier this year it turns out. There's a good explanation for why it occurred but it was quite unnerving when it was actually happening. What got me through? It is what can get us through. What's happening right? Now after? Six years of accumulating airline mileage points from flights and credit card charges. I finally had enough points to cover an absolutely free round trip. Flight and five week backpacking trip around the Philippines earlier this year and setting up a tenth on the beach or as I like to call it. A five billion star hotel made the trip in nature lovers paradise but quite a few shots. Vaccinations for things like typhoid and malaria were either necessary or strongly advised prior to boarding the flight. I am fortunate enough to not be on any medication. generally avoid even taking aspirin unless. I'm in severe pain but considering all the time I was about to spend sleeping outdoors in a third world country. I took the malaria pills for two weeks prior to departure as well as during the trip and for three weeks. Afterwards I didn't bother reading the possible side effects because not taking the pills wasn't an option but it didn't take long to notice that the pills made me sleepy for example so I just took them at night. I later discovered. They also cause vivid dreams and a slight fever which was no big deal. The whole point of the trip was to maximize time on quiet deserted islands for some peace and tranquility and to avoid major loud cities like Manila as much as possible. Since as far back as I can remember. I've been hyper sensitive to certain types of noise. The high pitch of CRT monitors beeping alarms the sound of someone snoring chewing the auditory assault of emergency sirens screaming children wind chimes and even certain. Birdsong would all drive me crazy. If it wasn't for two things one I can usually meditate and breathe deeply through the noise until it stops and I can return to the bliss of silence and to almost always have earplugs on me just in case. The sound is louder than my meditation consumer. Whether this miss a phony ah is a symptom of being somewhere on the spectrum or something else. Altogether avoiding noise isn't an option especially when dealing with major airports and public transportation. I can usually gear myself up prior to leaving the house in preparation for what's to come and wear noise cancelling headphones which more often than not keep my anxiety at bay anyway. The trip involved wonderfully warm ocean breeze on white sand beaches beautiful hikes and surprisingly freezing temperatures did not expect to experience in the Philippines but enjoyed immensely nonetheless on us. Sunrise hike to one of the highest peaks in the country clear blue skies and great food. Add into the mix one bad case of getting seasick on a boat between islands two cases of food poisoning which I actually think was from drinking the water. Not NECESSARILY FROM ANYTHING. I eight and you've got the complete experience which was still great in the grand scheme of things but at one point returning to the big loud and busy city of Manila after a couple of weeks of reading books in a Hammock on a quiet deserted beach. Hit Me really hard. The noise of construction traffic blaring. Tv's and radios car horns and the fast pace of everything and everyone around me shot my anxiety through the roof and sent me into the worst panic attack of ever had. I'm not going to play it down for you. I completely lost it. I truly believed it was the end of timber as we know him. That Buddhist boot camp would come to an end and that I would have to check myself into a mental hospital upon returning to the states. If I don't kill myself I that's how bad it was. Suicide was more inviting than another minute of noise from which I couldn't escape even with earplugs or noise cancelling headphones I truly wanted to die. It was my lowest point and I didn't even recognize myself. I mean this is me. We're talking about the guy who feels anger threatening to surface and starts contemplating what other feeling I'd rather choose but in this case this down to Earth Guy you've grown to know over. The years was no more. What got me through this sudden spiral of mental instability. As I was rocking back and forth was repeating to myself. This is temporary. This is temporary. This is temporary within an hour. I fell asleep probably from exhaustion. It's incredible how much energy the body uses to feel something anything so strongly. When I woke up the next day I was no longer on edge but still seriously questioning my mental health. Was this my own psychotic breakdown. His this what everyone was saying. Britney Spears went through in two thousand seven. It felt like years of meditation. Mindfulness and all the practice of had to remain calm in the midst of chaos. Meant nothing so I decided to do some research and discovered that severe panic attacks are actually a common side effect from the Malaria vaccine. I was taking and it all made sense on the one hand. I was relieved that it was merely a chemical reaction to the pills but has felt so real in the moment of panic. I couldn't access all those other parts of my brain that would have otherwise kicked in with logic and reasoning to talk me off the ledge but whether real or chemically induced the mantra. This is temporary. Helped me through it? All temporary can mean a minute or two an hour a week month year or lifetime. No matter how you look at anything. Everything is in constant flux. I guess what pleasantly surprised me. The most is how quickly I was willing to accept my mental breakdown. Prior to falling asleep I contacted a friend to recommend a therapist could see immediately upon returning to the states. I asked another friend whether the mental institutions depicted in movies resembled the real ones. He sees in his medical practice and then all reminded me of the near drowning incident that I described in my memoir and how I'm merely observed what was happening rather than reacting to it. I guess I wanted to share this story with you because perhaps all of the years of mindfulness practice didn't go out the window in the moment of panic and the gap between impulse response. I didn't react to what was happening. I reminded myself how temporary it all was. Mindfulness Meditation can really help us. Not In the moment of meditation but at some point down the road when we need it most a got me through the four hours of being seasick on the worst boat ride. You can imagine it. Got Me through the panic attack and it got me through the whirlwind of change to which I returned when I got back home for starters I found out that I had to move out from where I've been living for the past two and a half years but rather than react or dubbed the unexpected experience terrible or unfortunate. I found a new place to live. That is everything of ever dreamed of. And then this corona virus exploded and I can't think of anywhere on the world where I'd rather be quarantined right now

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"panic attack" Discussed on RED - The Marketing Podcast For Experts

RED - The Marketing Podcast For Experts

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"panic attack" Discussed on RED - The Marketing Podcast For Experts

"Read. PODCAST the marketing podcast for experts. Come into you from the Red Room in Nashville Ville Tennessee. David Hooper here. And if you've not listened to the previous episode that up so does the number to sixty might want to do that is that will make this episode a two sixty one make a whole lot more sense but just to give you a summary. I was speaking at a very large event and I had a panic attack on stage. I'll talk talk all about that. That episode was recorded that very night. I think it's like childbirth. Say That you don't remember it and You you know when I go through things sometimes I forget them to forget where I am and I move on. I talked about that actually. In the last couple of episodes I talked about my co host. Who died and then having the situation on stage of you go through it and then I'm like Yup? I'm ready to do it again. And in some ways I think that's a really really great thing but in some ways a thing that you missed the lesson and when I got down to that conference as soon as I could get my hands on a microphone and recorder like I'm recording this because I want to be able to go back to this recreate it not from my current memory but from the memory that I had that was a little bit closer to the event and see what I can do to make sure that it doesn't happen again. I got a text the next morning. This is after. I've been through everything after record the episode that you just heard it said. Hey good job yesterday and I thought he was joking so Semtex back. I said well you talk. I had a panic attack on stage. He response to that with well. I didn't notice anything I thought you were a compelling speaker. I got on the phone with him right after that. I said you've got to be kidding. Amy Man and he said no no. I walked up and there was a point in that event where I. I don't think I would do this again. I'm not sure if I mentioned this in the previous episode I got water which is very helpful in basically apologize. Say Hey you know. I'm used to getting on the radio used to doing podcast used actually speaking and this has never happened but it. I'm just a little bit nervous today for some reason. So thanks for bearing with me. And he came up during that point he goes. Oh Yeah I saw that. I thought that was just part of the act eight so we're in the entertainment industry man. You know I it people. I don't know I guess everybody thinks it's part of the act. I mean who knows but couple of the things that I heard I reach out to a friend of mine immediately and this is a guy who he probably gets twenty thousand dollars for every presentation that he does he's booked solid. He's well known and ironically. He recommended the book to me. Maybe three years ago called ten percent happier. And that's about a guy who was a television anchor had a panic attack on stage page and then got into meditation. He knew that Yoga. He's a check this out. I think you might think it's an interesting thing anyway. I told him about this set up specifically the volume that was up against people listening to this presentation via headphones. You can listen to the previous episode if you want more on that it was kind of a quirky place to give a speech told them about what happened. And here's what he replied he's at. I've never been in a single speaking situation like that before. That's one hundred percent unusual and not what you will find going forward at any other speaking gig. Then he says a few months ago I felt like I was is going to pass out on stage all of a sudden I think it was the size of the opportunity. It got me so overwhelmed that I started feeling really dizzy and I delete on a table for the rest of the speech. You you know me. I love to walk around the whole time but anchor myself behind. The table was the only way I knew how to get through it. A mention what happened to another friend. She also does a lot of presentations some of them in very high pressure environments kind of like a pass or fail thing. She's not going to get paid if she doesn't do what she says she's going to do. And her thoughts on it is that it's very hard in the nervous system when you can't be yourself and that was something that I thought about. You might want to keep in mind when doing your presentations nations your podcast. Whatever it is that you do? I was changing up a lot of things worrying about the video that that I was getting. I was worried about having a more polished presentation. My Wife always tells me that she thinks I'm aloof like I. I just don't give a and it's not that I think is just coming from maybe the entertainment thing you know kind of like the rock can rule thing. I started out as a musician. You know an industry where anything goes. I've literally been to office meetings where it's ten. AM and they're cracking. Open the beer and if you don't have one is I think there's something weird so some industry experiences have been flipped on their head and I I guess I was just trying to go in maybe trying to polish it up. Take it to a different level. My buddy that I mentioned. He's making about twenty thousand dollars a Gig this this guy's super polished and he can walk that walk he can go into a corporate environment. No problems at all me And I guess we you could just say I'm not getting invited to the country club. You know what I mean some ways I like that. I think it's been good for my branding as an expert. It's like I can come in from this. Rock and enroll business and I can be a little bit edgy. But not so edgy like the guys that have in beer at ten. AM in the morning. I don't do that on a drink at all but anyway it was a different experience for me. I think I was playing somebody else's game which is exactly what I tell people not to do by the way if you do not have my rules. My Levin rules. I've got them available in a tool kit. That you can actually get now four free you get a big podcast dot com flesh toolkit..

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"panic attack" Discussed on RED - The Marketing Podcast For Experts

RED - The Marketing Podcast For Experts

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"panic attack" Discussed on RED - The Marketing Podcast For Experts

"Read. PODCAST the marketing podcast for experts. Come into you from the Red Room in Nashville Ville Tennessee. David Hooper here. And if you've not listened to the previous episode that up so does the number to sixty might want to do that is that will make this episode a two sixty one make a whole lot more sense but just to give you a summary. I was speaking at a very large event and I had a panic attack on stage. I'll talk talk all about that. That episode was recorded that very night. I think it's like childbirth. Say That you don't remember it and You you know when I go through things sometimes I forget them to forget where I am and I move on. I talked about that actually. In the last couple of episodes I talked about my co host. Who died and then having the situation on stage of you go through it and then I'm like Yup? I'm ready to do it again. And in some ways I think that's a really really great thing but in some ways a thing that you missed the lesson and when I got down to that conference as soon as I could get my hands on a microphone and recorder like I'm recording this because I want to be able to go back to this recreate it not from my current memory but from the memory that I had that was a little bit closer to the event and see what I can do to make sure that it doesn't happen again. I got a text the next morning. This is after. I've been through everything after record the episode that you just heard it said. Hey good job yesterday and I thought he was joking so Semtex back. I said well you talk. I had a panic attack on stage. He response to that with well. I didn't notice anything I thought you were a compelling speaker. I got on the phone with him right after that. I said you've got to be kidding. Amy Man and he said no no. I walked up and there was a point in that event where I. I don't think I would do this again. I'm not sure if I mentioned this in the previous episode I got water which is very helpful in basically apologize. Say Hey you know. I'm used to getting on the radio used to doing podcast used actually speaking and this has never happened but it. I'm just a little bit nervous today for some reason. So thanks for bearing with me. And he came up during that point he goes. Oh Yeah I saw that. I thought that was just part of the act eight so we're in the entertainment industry man. You know I it people. I don't know I guess everybody thinks it's part of the act. I mean who knows but couple of the things that I heard I reach out to a friend of mine immediately and this is a guy who he probably gets twenty thousand dollars for every presentation that he does he's booked solid. He's well known and ironically. He recommended the book to me. Maybe three years ago called ten percent happier. And that's about a guy who was a television anchor had a panic attack on stage page and then got into meditation. He knew that Yoga. He's a check this out. I think you might think it's an interesting thing anyway. I told him about this set up specifically the volume that was up against people listening to this presentation via headphones. You can listen to the previous episode if you want more on that it was kind of a quirky place to give a speech told them about what happened. And here's what he replied he's at. I've never been in a single speaking situation like that before. That's one hundred percent unusual and not what you will find going forward at any other speaking gig. Then he says a few months ago I felt like I was is going to pass out on stage all of a sudden I think it was the size of the opportunity. It got me so overwhelmed that I started feeling really dizzy and I delete on a table for the rest of the speech. You you know me. I love to walk around the whole time but anchor myself behind. The table was the only way I knew how to get through it. A mention what happened to another friend. She also does a lot of presentations some of them in very high pressure environments kind of like a pass or fail thing. She's not going to get paid if she doesn't do what she says she's going to do. And her thoughts on it is that it's very hard in the nervous system when you can't be yourself and that was something that I thought about. You might want to keep in mind when doing your presentations nations your podcast. Whatever it is that you do? I was changing up a lot of things worrying about the video that that I was getting. I was worried about having a more polished presentation. My Wife always tells me that she thinks I'm aloof like I. I just don't give a and it's not that I think is just coming from maybe the entertainment thing you know kind of like the rock can rule thing. I started out as a musician. You know an industry where anything goes. I've literally been to office meetings where it's ten. AM and they're cracking. Open the beer and if you don't have one is I think there's something weird so some industry experiences have been flipped on their head and I I guess I was just trying to go in maybe trying to polish it up. Take it to a different level. My buddy that I mentioned. He's making about twenty thousand dollars a Gig this this guy's super polished and he can walk that walk he can go into a corporate environment. No problems at all me And I guess we you could just say I'm not getting invited to the country club. You know what I mean some ways I like that. I think it's been good for my branding as an expert. It's like I can come in from this. Rock and enroll business and I can be a little bit edgy. But not so edgy like the guys that have in beer at ten. AM in the morning. I don't do that on a drink at all but anyway it was a different experience for me. I think I was playing somebody else's game which is exactly what I tell people not to do by the way if you do not have my rules. My Levin rules. I've got them available in a tool kit. That you can actually get now four free you get a big podcast dot com flesh toolkit..

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"panic attack" Discussed on RED - The Marketing Podcast For Experts

RED - The Marketing Podcast For Experts

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"panic attack" Discussed on RED - The Marketing Podcast For Experts

"Read. PODCAST the marketing podcast for experts. Come into you from the Red Room in Nashville Ville Tennessee. David Hooper here. And if you've not listened to the previous episode that up so does the number to sixty might want to do that is that will make this episode a two sixty one make a whole lot more sense but just to give you a summary. I was speaking at a very large event and I had a panic attack on stage. I'll talk talk all about that. That episode was recorded that very night. I think it's like childbirth. Say That you don't remember it and You you know when I go through things sometimes I forget them to forget where I am and I move on. I talked about that actually. In the last couple of episodes I talked about my co host. Who died and then having the situation on stage of you go through it and then I'm like Yup? I'm ready to do it again. And in some ways I think that's a really really great thing but in some ways a thing that you missed the lesson and when I got down to that conference as soon as I could get my hands on a microphone and recorder like I'm recording this because I want to be able to go back to this recreate it not from my current memory but from the memory that I had that was a little bit closer to the event and see what I can do to make sure that it doesn't happen again. I got a text the next morning. This is after. I've been through everything after record the episode that you just heard it said. Hey good job yesterday and I thought he was joking so Semtex back. I said well you talk. I had a panic attack on stage. He response to that with well. I didn't notice anything I thought you were a compelling speaker. I got on the phone with him right after that. I said you've got to be kidding. Amy Man and he said no no. I walked up and there was a point in that event where I. I don't think I would do this again. I'm not sure if I mentioned this in the previous episode I got water which is very helpful in basically apologize. Say Hey you know. I'm used to getting on the radio used to doing podcast used actually speaking and this has never happened but it. I'm just a little bit nervous today for some reason. So thanks for bearing with me. And he came up during that point he goes. Oh Yeah I saw that. I thought that was just part of the act eight so we're in the entertainment industry man. You know I it people. I don't know I guess everybody thinks it's part of the act. I mean who knows but couple of the things that I heard I reach out to a friend of mine immediately and this is a guy who he probably gets twenty thousand dollars for every presentation that he does he's booked solid. He's well known and ironically. He recommended the book to me. Maybe three years ago called ten percent happier. And that's about a guy who was a television anchor had a panic attack on stage page and then got into meditation. He knew that Yoga. He's a check this out. I think you might think it's an interesting thing anyway. I told him about this set up specifically the volume that was up against people listening to this presentation via headphones. You can listen to the previous episode if you want more on that it was kind of a quirky place to give a speech told them about what happened. And here's what he replied he's at. I've never been in a single speaking situation like that before. That's one hundred percent unusual and not what you will find going forward at any other speaking gig. Then he says a few months ago I felt like I was is going to pass out on stage all of a sudden I think it was the size of the opportunity. It got me so overwhelmed that I started feeling really dizzy and I delete on a table for the rest of the speech. You you know me. I love to walk around the whole time but anchor myself behind. The table was the only way I knew how to get through it. A mention what happened to another friend. She also does a lot of presentations some of them in very high pressure environments kind of like a pass or fail thing. She's not going to get paid if she doesn't do what she says she's going to do. And her thoughts on it is that it's very hard in the nervous system when you can't be yourself and that was something that I thought about. You might want to keep in mind when doing your presentations nations your podcast. Whatever it is that you do? I was changing up a lot of things worrying about the video that that I was getting. I was worried about having a more polished presentation. My Wife always tells me that she thinks I'm aloof like I. I just don't give a and it's not that I think is just coming from maybe the entertainment thing you know kind of like the rock can rule thing. I started out as a musician. You know an industry where anything goes. I've literally been to office meetings where it's ten. AM and they're cracking. Open the beer and if you don't have one is I think there's something weird so some industry experiences have been flipped on their head and I I guess I was just trying to go in maybe trying to polish it up. Take it to a different level. My buddy that I mentioned. He's making about twenty thousand dollars a Gig this this guy's super polished and he can walk that walk he can go into a corporate environment. No problems at all me And I guess we you could just say I'm not getting invited to the country club. You know what I mean some ways I like that. I think it's been good for my branding as an expert. It's like I can come in from this. Rock and enroll business and I can be a little bit edgy. But not so edgy like the guys that have in beer at ten. AM in the morning. I don't do that on a drink at all but anyway it was a different experience for me. I think I was playing somebody else's game which is exactly what I tell people not to do by the way if you do not have my rules. My Levin rules. I've got them available in a tool kit. That you can actually get now four free you get a big podcast dot com flesh toolkit..

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"panic attack" Discussed on The Puddcast

The Puddcast

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"panic attack" Discussed on The Puddcast

"Your own your own sanity <hes> was the darkest place i've ever been in my entire life <hes> and so from not long story short because with mental illness sits you know people say when was the moment while there was no moment moments better now get over it does he get over it instantly exactly so it was something that god began to really show me and say sarah in your call to this ministry. I need to show you step by step how to break free from these things that crippled people for their entire lives and and <hes> i can say now if confidence that i am set free completely does not mean i never have a sad day doesn't mean i never feel nervous <hes> but i am absolutely not crippled by <hes> what's going on in my mind by any means so so that's my story really briefly 'cause i know we have to talk for those of you. Who feel like that was absolutely to first then. You'll have to pick up her book because she greater detail. I i mean i had panic attacks. I think i've had like five major panic attacks and so trying to him yeah. It is scary trying to comprehend though having many a day as you did. I was almost having a panic attack just trying to find my listeners will probably have heard that one of my major. I really attention getting panic. Attack occurred at cows ice cream in charlottetown and was kind of like the confluence of having to choose all the flavors for all of the family yeah and my children running off and my wife running off to the children and and realizing i don't have enough fingers to hold these cones and make a decision and get my wallet and actually this is just symbolic pollick of what's happening inside absolutely how burned out and trashed and destroyed an unable to make any decisions and do anything for anyone oh yeah absolutely and then what happens with panic attacks. Is there so intense <hes> they're either really intense because you feel like you're dying or their intense because you feel out of control and you weren't able to pull yourself together and then they're intense because you're you're humiliated because oftentimes they'll have to happen wherever you have no say over when they happen it's never in the comfort of your own home right and so a lot of people really get caught in a cycle of fearing fearing panic attacks and fearing the next panic attack which actually is what is really triggering the necks panic attack right continuous loop gift giving yeah. Thank you once again. Thank you for going on this journey and putting your words to page. I've read a bunch on the subject right right like i have read all the blogs and done all the stuff and filtered through my aena graham and blah blah blah blah and and i find especially there's a bench in your thoughts on this. It seems like online christians are way smarter than they are in church people i still encounter and flesh and blood often fall back into oh. What are you side about. Oh what are you nervous about to stop thinking about it. Just cast that demon out or like yeah just rebuke online. I feel like there's a much greater presence of people journeying together but at the same time online. I find a lot of people who are also just like. I'm just depressed. I have a chemical imbalance. Don't tryin ryan promote propose any solutions for me because i've got this whole thing. Yeah that's exactly it. How how do you feel like what's happening in the church virtue and what do you want to see happen. That's <hes> you know something that god's really been laying on my heart to start actually asking those questions myself so i've been asking asking a lot of my readers who struggle with mental illness. What is it that you need. What is it that you're looking for. <hes> i think the conversation has started but but people often treat mental illnesses as sort of an obscure issue that happens but they don't realize how many people struggle with it <hes>.

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