24 Burst results for "Physical Exercise"

"physical exercise" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 3 months ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Feeling alive and we were talking about essential depression and the fact that that comes when you have to be hyper rational. When you feel like you can't and I was telling you that this is connected to physical diseases as well that if you suppress and repress what you're feeling It actually cause it's associated with hypertension and associate it with cancer. Because where's all that electrical energy going to go from a new brain? If you can't speak it out, would have to go somewhere. What do itjust so part of the room every day from work? Go free jaw. What? Give me some. Give me some advice. What can we do A couple different things. So firstly, when it comes to exile me to yoga because I can't sit there and do that, Okay, not doing it. I don't do you know, so I rather go beat somebody up in a boxing ring somewhere. I don't know. I get more of that than sitting yogurt cable. Well, physical exercise is actually really helpful because it can change brain blood flow and improve your mood. And it also changes your neuro transmitters. So I would definitely recommend excite to exchange a problem that I'm seeing. A lot of people don't want to. I don't have that get up and go to do that. Even Me and I like walking, like, okay doing to the mile yet to do it to us. If we don't even have standing us to go want to go do that which is very strange. Especially when we're both feeling like we put weight on. I persuaded you to put weight on to. I'm sorry, buddy. But we don't talk about all the time How they wait on like that most of these people in the world, you know, he started depression by but he turned 58 said in 12 years will be 70 and I went well in 14 years. I want to be 72. Stop saying that, okay? But I don't even want to get even The one doesn't do anything for me so What if something's So it really does depend on the cause. As I said that you having a party. We all come over and dance. But go ahead. I would love that way. Unless you use fire is good. I think it depends on the cause. So essentially, my answer to that would be you have to you have to decide is the reason the pandemic is the reason the violence is the reason.

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Improve Brain Health

The Daily Meditation Podcast

05:19 min | 3 months ago

Improve Brain Health

"I'm Mary. Mickley and I wonder how you are doing this week. I hope you are noticing. How your heart feels win, you encounter stress. When you encounter joy. When you encounter the wide range of emotions, we all experience. D Today. In today's episode, we continue with our heart rain series. Where you are discovering. How to manage the health of your heart and brain? They are so interconnected. In, fact I was doing a little research for this series and I came across an article by Harvard Health Publishing. This is an article by Dr Monique Tello. It's titled Green. Health rests on heart. Health guidelines for lifestyle changes. And she starts off the article. Talking about how? Right now the world is experiencing an epidemic. That is projected to get much much worse. When I read that I thought she was talking about the coronavirus pandemic. We are experiencing. I read further and she is actually talking about an epidemic of dementia. Of affecting fifty million people. And millions more. Of their caregivers Dr Tallow goes on to say that. These staggering numbers are projected to triple by twenty fifty. So in this pandemic. We are all experiencing. There's this epidemic of dementia which stress contributes to so what we're experiencing now. Is Not likely helping to improve our odds. To battle dementia. Dementia is a progressive heartbreaking deterioration of brain functioning. Associated with aging. And there are different causes of dementia, the most common Alzheimer's and Vascular Dementia Cz. Are, now thought to be closely related to and impacted. By this same diet and lifestyle factors that you follow for your heart. So you. Heard. Physical exercise such as hundred and fifty minutes per week is one of the number one ways to combat dementia and also to protect your heart health. Eating a plant based Diet in this article. Dr Tallow explains is crucial. She says there's so much substantial research showing that eating a diet high in fruits, vegetables and whole grains, which includes some healthy fats and seafood is associated with a significantly lower risk of cognitive decline and dementia and also heart disease. So. Think about your diet and the amount of. You're getting. These are also great lifestyle changes. We can make to improve our odds if we happen to contract the corona virus. It's also recommended to quit smoking and to minimize alcohol. Use especially if you already experience cognitive concerns. So how is heart health related to cognitive health? It has to do. With conditions that clog the arteries of the heart. They also clog arteries of the rest of the body including your brain. So it all boils down to damage of the arteries. The blood vessels that are critical blood, flow and oxygen delivery to the organs. Reducing stress and making sure that you have positive relationships in your mind. In fact, there's other research that shows that. Your relationship are pivotal to your heart health and your brain health especially romantic relationships. If you're married or have a partner. These significant relationships in our lives impact our heart and brain health greatly. So take care. Of Your heart and your mind. By eating well, exercising by staying away from alcohol and smoking. And reducing stress and improving your relationships.

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Start Where You Are

Fit Stoic

05:02 min | 3 months ago

Start Where You Are

"Thanks for tuning in today. So once again I'm going to be reading from the gym covered in the book. That I wrote if. You're interested in getting a free copy of that. Just go to Jim. MANUAL DOT COM. This is chapter three. This is a really short one, so it's GonNa. Be a quick one today. It's called. Start where you are. Start small within your ability and grow in strength. You can only do that of which you are capable. It is undoubtedly more than you imagine at the moment, but you cannot act beyond what you imagine is possible. So except where you believe yourself to be an start there. If you can only lift fifty pounds for ten Reps. That's what you lift. You can't lift more than you can lift. But Bhai training your mind and conditioning your body consistently over time you will build the capacity to lift more than fifty pounds for ten Reps. With steady effort. And fate permitting, you will become stronger. So. That is a quick one today. Starting is something that we do every step of the way. Sure we've all heard the proper journey. One Thousand Miles begins with a single step. The thing is that as soon as you take that step? You're at the beginning of the new journey, although it's one step short. Three four or five days from now you're at a new starting point in his the new start of the journey, and whatever distance that is that starts with a single step as well. So it doesn't matter how far along you are in your journey. You're always looking at that new starting point and you always have to start where you are. Always going to be simple, obvious direct action, you can take to move again that one step forward in the direction that you want to travel. Sometimes, what people do is they are in that starting position. They're looking at where they are. They're looking at where they need to be. And they start to imagine obstacles they start to imagine. Hurdles? They start to imagine opportunities. Even they start to basically take that journey. But entirely mentally without actually doing anything physically. The challenge is to plan. But then to act. Starting where you are means. You have to actually do something physically. It's one thing to get all your ducks in a row in to. Sit there and think of I need to do this in I need to do that and this is where I'm going to do this. The thing is. Our plans are never going to work out the way we have planned. That engagement with reality is always going to change the circumstances, and then the plan goes out the window. I don't remember who said it, but basically. A plan is useless. Is the way that this I think it was? The president may be general, but anyway the saying goes. A plan is useless. But planning is indispensable. And it's just putting ourselves mentally into that state of here. I go. The important thing is to actually take that step. Starting where we are means that we will grow in strength I, like to say improve as you move. Asimov not improved before you move. That's what a lot of people myself included I'm working on this all the time. We tried to think ourselves to a position. That's even further along than we are. I have thought myself out of many a grand plan because I was trying to think three steps four steps fifty in steps ahead, instead of just dealing with what is right in front of me. The great thing of physical exercise is just like I read to you right at the beginning of the chapter. You can't lift more than you can lift. It is a hard concrete reality that we deal with. When we're dealing with their own body with the resistance that we're trying to move whether term, body, weight or A barbell or dumbbell kettle whatever it is. We can't move more than we can move. The challenges to take that mentality. INTO ACCEPT IT in other areas of our lives. So if you're thinking about increasing your income. What can you do right now? You have to start where you are nowhere. You're nowhere you're going.

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"physical exercise" Discussed on Distributed, with Matt Mullenweg

Distributed, with Matt Mullenweg

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on Distributed, with Matt Mullenweg

"And what isn't it depends on where you're living but as much as possible using physical Exercise to help your mental state and and the function and the function of your brain I would give like almost the highest check marks to you mentioned nutrition any strong connections there. Yeah you know the the best data for nutrition on the brain really around a diet. Notice the Mediterranean Diet and many of your Your listeners may be familiar with it. I would say it's not because it is the perfect diet necessarily think it has a lot of great things but it is. I think it has been the best studied diet In terms of the brain especially related to aging. And you probably familiar with it. It's it's fission olive oil nuts and legumes vegetables Red Wine falls in the tire which makes a lot of happy And yes so I try. That's how I try to eat most of the time I would say that you know. Some of the unique Cova challenges are the fact that you're now a lot closer to your your refrigerator than you ever have been before and using You know food as stress reliever or as a something to do when you're bored is not the best idea. I think just like we schedule. Our meal Our workouts. I think food and Eating should also be quite diligently scheduled and finally sleep was mentioned. Yes sleep is it amazing amazing Field of research It has become more in the awareness and unfortunately the public zeitgeist than ever before a good friend of Mine Matthew Walker Road. An amazing book why we sleep. I actually Road Sort of recommendation for it on the back of that book because I've really enjoyed an and felt at the message is so critical. We know that sleep is important for all of our functioning but when it comes to the brain are memory consolidation and our ability to maintain focus..

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Cortisol: What It Does & How To Regulate It

20 Minute Fitness

04:23 min | 8 months ago

Cortisol: What It Does & How To Regulate It

"All is often called the stress hormone because of its connection to the stress response however cortisol is much more than just a hole in this released. When we're stressed it's one of the steroid homes and it's made in the ADRENAL guns. So most cells within the body cortisol receptors and the secretion of course oil is controlled by the hypothalamus. The church rebound on the ADRENAL gland and together. They're often referred to as the HBA access web. MD described Cortisol as nature's alarm system. It works with certain. Poke your brain to control your mood. Hilo Survey Shen and fear and especially in helping fuel your body's fight or flight instinct in a situation of crisis Sokoto levels can fluctuate among individuals and then people at different times of the day so normally cords those present in the body at high levels in the morning thing and its lowest at night and then the cycle will repeat daily. Most of our body cells have cortisol receptors so it affects many different functions in the body. The hypothalamus Ella. And the treasury land can really sense whether the level of Cortisol in the blood is at the optimal levels of the levels. Too Low you're just the amounts of Holman it makes and vice versa. Your Reno Gladdens. Pick up these signals. They Find Shunde amounts of cortisol lay release the receptors as I said there are many different cells in the body as as well also use the whole nut in different ways and all needs because all differ from day to day. Say for instance when your body's on high alert cortisol can alter or shutdown functions that it gets in the way Saddam I includes you'll digestible reproductive systems or your immune system to really focus on releasing cortisol and giving you that vital flights instinct so the functions that the court so might be involved in include helping control your blood sugar levels regulating your metabolism helping to judicial inflammation and assisting thing with memory formulation as well and his controlling effect on salt and water balance and helps control blood pressure and then within a also supports the development of the fetus during during pregnancy as well so it makes crucial whole note to protect overall health and well big to where does the link of course all Stroman Nielsen here. Ono dangerous levels of course solar solar increasing cortisol levels in the body. Say where this will come from. Let Your Body perceives stress. Your adrenal glands. Other said make release the coastal intial bloodstream. And this causes. Is it increasing your heart rate on your blood pressure and the whole trick is a flood of glucose stop supplies and immediate energy. Large Muscle was lost. Also inhibiting insulin. Production Reduction so that glucose work be stored but will be available. For media's use it also narrows your arteries whilst another home at the effort increases your heart rate right so working together. They fall short blood to pump harder and faster as you confront as The situation of conflict you might be and so when you're in a constantly hi pace false coach that steaming or leading you to a loss of high stress this can lead to higher more prolonged levels of cortisol in the bloodstream. Obviously because if they halston constant blood pumping around your body to your heart. Working Foster are the narrowing of the arteries it can lead to some negative effects. Such as high as I said high blood pressure it can lead to impaired cognitive performance a decrease in muscle tissue lowered immunity and inflammatory responses in the body and also increased abdominal fat. But why why is this happening really so the way game is often resolve yourselves crying out for energy. Because you're using the energy from the glucose instantly and so your body may send signals to your brain. You're hungry and you need to eat so again. You keep eating as you know. Having energy stored for later use the constricted arteries and high blood pressure can lead to blood vessel damage plaque buildup in your arteries and this could set the stage for a hostile stroke but there are ways to take action. Obviously see your doctor if you're having any symptoms solve chronicle stressful had higher levels of stress for a long period of time. Make sure you're aware and you reflect on whether you are stressful. Take time out of your day to manage this Lupi through a mindfulness breathing exercise or some form of physical exercise like yoga or even run and show getting adequate sleep and if needed take some time away and spend it your friends and your family because all of this can contribute to lowering your stress levels and therefore lowering your coastal levels to proventil proventil. The issues I've just laid out

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Survey shows American kids have doubled their online video consumption in 4 years

Scott Sloan

10:23 min | 11 months ago

Survey shows American kids have doubled their online video consumption in 4 years

"So about a fifth about third graders on smartphones and you got all my CAD third graders up fifty third graders own smart we're talking fifty three percent of eleven you don't have a smartphone my god what are we doing to these kids by the time their tweens which is a year later or teenagers three quarters of kids have smartphones which makes one go what's going on with the other that's three cars what what what's going on with the other court what's wrong with you people the average screen time is something like almost five hours a day for the average teen are for the average I'm Sir tween seven and a half hours for the average teenager and how it breaks down is a gaming is about twenty percent of that TV or videos another forty percent of that and the increase overall as you know has gone through the roof in the last number of years when it comes to consumption of online videos and what is the big demon known as screen time joining me on the queue hearing centers dot com hotline from family if he's a family a doctor practices family medicine damn physicians Dr Elizabeth Thomas Dhaka morning are you good morning thank you for having me on your show thanks to come I hope you're the voice of reason because I'm looking at the study doc I'm going all right the scientific pride the parent part because yeah okay screens but the other part of me goes what we've always had the boogie man out there looking at okay now it's screens right that that they said this about comic books back in the in the old old old days before me in you came along the comic books were going to destroy can rock kids minds they need to read the classics is that way from comics and there's always something it's this it's culture to music it's movies now it is screen time is the big nemesis should we be as afraid of screen time as are making it out to be well that's a great question and I I think what we're seeing in terms of research is the effects of early introduction to digital media is that we're seeing kids having a difficult time sleeping there have been academics a B. C. D. activity has decreased and because of that there seems to be a zoning and not how long should really be on social media digital media is it really affecting that and unfortunately we are seeing this alarming statistic where we are seeing effects and mood and sleep with their eyes their eyes and need to take a break okay but I I look at this and go let's look at how young people young adults what they're tempted by and what at the time of the year in which they grew up with they're attracted to self there wasn't a time long ago when we had to actually not taxed anyone or I am someone doc as you may recall maybe you don't I I in in you actually do use what's called a land line and in most houses had maybe one phone some had multiple phones but you only have one phone line and if your parents thought you tied up the phone line too much talking your girlfriends talk your friends whatever they would say get the hell off the phone I have to use it or go to bed it's time for bed same thing when it comes to television that parents should limit your screen time when it comes to television or video games most recently for that matter isn't yeah you could spend all your time on the phone or you can spend all your time in front of a book or in front of TV over what might be it's up to mom and dad a sense of okay take a break do some go outside blow the stink off that's exactly right and parents have the key essential part in all of it they need to be consistent with any task that time thank you you can use our digital media zone but real time read when everything should be turned off make sure the recharging and their their devices and a family room or kitchen overnight with the kids have no active so you're exactly right parents have to be consistently to Coldplay with their kids in terms of knowing what happened programs and you should be there watching and be able to interact with their kids and their old friend Hey what what kind of after your kids eating because more than likely their own children are using the same app very important that parents are Bob to help even send their what their children are watching because they can be exposed to the world and predators out there and we really want to keep him safe our doctor was the Thomas family practitioner the show this morning at seven hundred W. O. W. talking about this new study that's come out that says so many kids are online right now and it's it's it's I guess the take away without putting words in someone's mouth not your sister let that study but it's a it's like you're riding your brain it's a it's it's a digital hair when I heard the term digital hair one before I roll my eyes because once you dig down ago well what's doing is we do studies and we hook them up to very sophisticated machines that people like yourself not operate theirs dials and gauges and meet all these things and measurements and and they hook it up and the minute they start playing video games or watching TV all of a sudden we see what happens in the frontal cortex of the brain and all of a sudden that the brain chemistry starts changing and you just watch this thing you watch your brain become poisoned with neuro transmitters but I just yesterday had a good job on my show talking about the neural pathways in the brain and all these things and how to stop Alzheimer's before it happens after engaging in exercising your brain by learning their physical exercise and other things in neurotransmitters and a we know scientifically that our brains adapted the change based on the stimuli that they face so if I put a pizza down in front of someone or a TV show they want to watch this is a video game or a book for that matter movie what what the what in your brain change because it's the pleasure centers that that's what they're supposed to do they're supposed to react to something that you see is pleasurable so why is screen time so bad versus let's say I don't know reading the book it may be the same you may have the same reaction right it's more the exposure of what the kids are being exposed to that's fair in terms of like virtual violence I think that kids are more exposed to violence on these these new video and gaming you mentioned Jamie early on that production now you don't even know what's realistic and what's fantasy and so being able to sit with them and talk with them through those kinds of things I think the key here is the exposure and as you know the future videos which is really metric thirteen about what we have eight nine year old better on you he finished one video and it's going on they have no breaks in between and I think that could lead to some of that addiction to the digital media yeah but is it different than addiction to I mean my my brothers I sit for hours with our you'll baseball cards trading cards look in the back of cars and we've user self hours over the summer days doing that or if you're in it's always it's interesting you know you could send a kid but let's say the same kid goes and he watches you two videos for four hours which is a long time right is watch oh my god it's it's your poison his brain you said the same kid too I don't know practice the cello and we look at him and that individual as being all my gosh look how intelligent they are what's the difference great question you know it's the creative side of your brain that simulated when you're playing the cello or when you're doing something more that with a video game or some of these like mine craft for example where it's open ended in your you know you're coming your own conclusion about things I can make a case for that as well as I could about a piano lesson we're just sitting there you know hitting the same note over over to learn basically it's it it's developing your hand eye coordination I I think both things but maybe different doc but you know that the people who look at go out for example you sit around and watch TV is frowned upon but sit around and read I'm or three Harry potter books in a row you'd be patting the kid on the top of the head it's the same thing you're not moving well yeah but I think what we're seeing now though is that research has shown that when they are sitting in front of the screen for a long period of time that it's more negative effects birthdays hang up that instrument for doing something more productive like physical activity because what you're doing with digital media is you're dropping your levels on the amount of sleep because getting the collectivity even what they're eating and so I think that's where we're seeing that negative effect right completely see where you're coming from but I think it's important that the child has a variety of things to do and once you have an iPad you tend to not get up from it we're out there putting on yeah playing a cello you tend to play that for a couple hours then you go find something more productive to do but I think you make a great point however because the research shows thank you the facts we want to make sure kids are safe and not be exposed to things that are inappropriate and that they're not just to get to to that the screen but isn't that two different things out that the content I mean you could say some kid is addicted to reading and other nerdy kid it's it's all library all day and it's your pasty white skin and he's the other is because of the glass is the whole thing stereotype right I don't see there's any differently Candace it's in and and sits on the couch and and plays video games I mean they're exercising different parts of what I guess the thing is I just hate vilifying because we do that in societies you know doctor Thomas is anything new it's got to be a threat it's got to be endangering the children because while adults don't understand it we're we're not supposed to understand it but but your brain and dabs we adapted and I'm sure these kids all that the point is you just can't spend all your waking hours doing one thing right and you know fortunately we don't see much research and you know kids are reading too much in the negative effects of it or we are playing an instrument for too long in the negative effects of it but I think with social media it's more of effect on the brain affected by effect on their overall weight and because we're seeing all that that is why they come up with a recommendation in order to make sure families all generally healthy I guess to when you hear about screen time it just to me it doesn't seem like it seems like too broad a category because you're typically all too much screen time okay I'm watching you stupid you two videos about you know dog kiddies playing piano is another stuff and minecraft videos and maybe stuff I'm not supposed to watch but I think the problem here too is content reggae dog he gets all travel together so whether you're watching on a laptop or a phone or tablet it it doesn't matter the devices get jumbled together and I know is there a difference between watching like you know watching a football game on you to T. V. over your phone verses I don't know watching something I you know it it's it's like saying Hey everything that we look at that on paper it is a paper time is just as bad as screen time minutes if you say well paper time what is it is absurd to screen time because

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How to lower your risk for Alzheimer's

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:11 min | 1 year ago

How to lower your risk for Alzheimer's

"A major our timers conference has revealed some simple tips to lower your risk of getting that disease which has affected an estimated five point eight million Americans after gay Opry Davies spoke about this topic on CBS this morning same for news is that genetics is not your destiny yeah and that they are very simple lifestyle measures you can embrace to reduce your risk for developing Alzheimer's and even if you have the Alzheimer's papyrology to delayed onset of sent out the disease in a support you do this early to write yes the earlier the better and so they're very five very simple things you can do basically no smoking and moderate alcohol use I have what's called the Mediterranean diet so diet that's good in all the good things that you want to eat as well as really want to make sure you engage later in life doing all kinds of activities that actually stimulate mental exercise yeah your brand and bigger is not enough physical exercise for at least two and a half hours a week it is doctor gantry devotees speaking on

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"physical exercise" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Or you controlled by your soul spirit, and the more that you're controlled by your soul spirit, the less. You will see the differences as being meaningful. And so you will be very encouraging to those who want to become their uniqueness because them being their uniqueness is just like you. But on the reverse side, those that are feeling trapped in their physical environments are also feeling trapped in their own DNA. Well, might experience is that people who are fully expressed and self actualized or more. So than most people they are people who are very generous of heart because they feel good in their own bodies that they're living their lives in a manner that's consistent with their deepest values. And so other people don't pose a threat to that. It's only when there's dissonance and how you're living between your lifestyle and your values or this person. You wish you could be or think that you. Should be. But you're not that other people being fully expressed pose a threat it creates this zero-some game perspective. You don't like seeing people express because you know, that you're not. When you were talking. I was thinking that. Zero sum. The universe is not as Eero some environment. And that zero some of that which gains must equal that which loses. Is an interesting attitude that is very much an industrial attitude. Imagine a farmer who thinks that every amount of gain to the growth of his crop means that he's going to lose something. So in the agrarian times when we were more natural thinking of plant based foods, right? Plant based condition is not as euro some game. An animal based diet is some game of flesh base diet is zero sum game. And so if we were to think of ourselves in breaking out of conformity because conformity is zero sum game conformity means that everything is equal, and we're just sitting inside of that equality. But if we break out, we have to also break away from that zero-sum ideology, we have to become that which is more prosperous pro spirit prosperous, we have to become that which is abundant you in. You're running in your swimming in your bicycling if it was zero sum game you'd collapse after a certain number of miles. But the fact that you have this incredible in energy to push you through those painful moments is the same thing that we have to be expressing when in our lives were striving to become. Not normal not conformed, but our unique self because we hit those walls like we hit. I remember hitting a wall once back when I was running a lot. You hit them. Yeah. Did you daughter, and our son super athlete now that I knew the bottom line is that you hit them a lot. And they are they are the consolidation of all of your agonies in that moment. I think it's important to point out that it's it's a hard journey of called the warriors. Like, it's not easy. Non could earn eighty. And I think, you know, kind of thinking about you at your at your high school reunion and people saying, yeah, of course, always, you know, people look at me, and they're like, yeah. I always knew you do something a little bit off kilter ever while. I was like where were you back when I was in. Nobody was saying that then when you were in your agony. Yeah. So it requires that level of deep seeking whether it begins with the breath. Like you said meditation yoga, physical exercise. Is journaling for me the started when back in like nineteen ninety eight when I started doing breath exercises, and I started journaling, and if I was to go back and read my journals from nine hundred ninety eight when I was doing morning pages in the artist's way from nine hundred ninety eight through two thousand five like most of them are are about how I don't know what I'm doing. I don't know what I wanna do or be like time, and again, and again, and again, these showing up for that this doesn't happen overnight people look at it..

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The Relationship Between Esports and Health Concerns

The Pulse

03:35 min | 1 year ago

The Relationship Between Esports and Health Concerns

"Of guys that you call your best friends going out on the field and playing a sport that is that dangerous because there's a risk always a risk. So there's a special bond. That's unlike anything else that I've ever done in my life. Hammond. Countrymen played football at the university of Pennsylvania. He's now working as a business strategy consultant. Now, let's take a look at something that you might not even consider sport competitive video games or e sports people do this professionally tournament sell out giant stadiums and players can win lots of money. Today. We. New York City. That's from the first overwatch league championship overwatch is a shooting game. So eastwards is not people playing sports video games like tennis or football. They are playing fighting or strategy games. Competitively and players are super serious about this. Whether they are professional gamers or not some spend as much as eight hours a day practicing playing working on tech skill which is specific elements of game play if it's a team based game they'll review video the same way that a footballer basketball team would physical therapists, Caitlyn mcgee's the fallout from all this gaming, wrist, injuries, pain, inflammation. Caitlyn specializes in treating Eastport s- athletes. She says for starters, many gamers don't prioritize ergonomics somebody's sitting not back in their chair but leaned forward supporting themselves on their forearms back. Kind of rounded. There. Head tilted up in order to be able to see the screen since they're slumped so far forward, and then gripping the controller very very tightly. So that all of the muscles are constantly on. June on is a business student. Not an e sports pro, but he's still puts in hours and hours of play every day, and he had a bad setup. I used to play on my bed while lying down. Like, I put my laptop my stomach. I played. That's also reason why I'm wearing very bad eyesight. A doctor told June. He was developing back problems, and he started to pay more attention to his posture while gaming, so how you play is one thing. But then there's also the wear and tear that comes with doing anything a lot. Here's physical, therapists. Caitlyn McGee again, the vast majority of injuries. We see our repetitive stress injuries or overuse, injuries things like stress across attendants tended up the where things don't glide smoothly as they're supposed to or things. Become over-tired were weakened pastoral related injuries. If you have a weakness of your core muscles, for example, you might overcompensate using other smaller muscle groups that aren't designed to bear that much strain which will cause back or neck pain. And you also probably not getting a ton of physical exercise. There is that stereotype of the gamer sitting, you know, in their mom's basement una couch eating does and mountain dew which the good. Ms is that stereotype is getting more and more dated not only are individual players getting invested in their health teams are making it a priority because the health and longevity of their players is exceptionally important and healthy lifestyle exercise nutrition. Sleep habits are a really big part of that.

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"physical exercise" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan

"Time with three to five entrepreneurs. You probably got start your own business. I mean, there's those are the kind of things that happened in a naturally are. I think we as humans can do a lot better with each other. Because at the end of the day that humans thrive on connection. And connection is so important. And and and I just keep thinking in between social media all the negativity on the press, social media, and the fact that will spend hours and hours on our phones, we've lost village to to really sit across the table from each other and be friends, not swear, you know, getting yourself in into some kind of a environment like one of your retreats where you know, you really kind of doing that hands on work. And you're really present in that. I think it's amazing that you guys not only over like the physical exercise piece. But also the meditation piece in working on that mindfulness because like you said, yeah, it was media news. And there's so many things to distract ourselves with where you know, you could be medicating you could be numbing. You could be distracting all those things to kind of avoid and try to protect yourself from dealing with those under layers of trauma. And of hurt. But then when you really actually sit and are present with that you have an opportunity to actually move forward with that. And do a lot of, you know, white you're working on which is not just like, you know, getting through it, but like thriving because of it and really having a lot of growth through that. And I'm curious I wanna make sure before we have to wrap up that we discussed how some of these principles and techniques that you're using in your treatment centers can be used for people that are struggling with just of everyday mental health staff. Yeah. The first thing I told people as we we are our model. Call our wellness tribal, and our wellness tribals made up the four things not just three for the for the point of the triangle, but the force being the center of the triangle, and that's our spirituality. If I started to top of triangle, if you draw a triangle on a piece of paper and draw circle inside of his touches all three sides at the top of the trial. The bottom left of the try was is our body that the bottom right of the triangle is our finances into the center of spirituality, our soul. And and and I always tell people think about it. Maybe simply on a scale of one to five one being the lowest five being the highest. How is your mind? You know, can you concentrate?.

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"physical exercise" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

Therapy for Black Girls

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

"And you can add in sections and creating a plan of how do I maintain positive self care for myself. I often say if you wait until you get the notion that you need care, you've waited too late. Start what you needed it way back win, create those self cheer planes began to eat healthy. Look at your diet, start to do the physical exercise look at your finances. And I say that especially because you want to reduce the amount of stress that is occurring. I also look at what other self care activties that help promote mental wellness things like yoga among huge proponent of meditation, things like that. So you can help ground yourself in breathe through some of the stuff that you are experiencing person also journaling very helpful. If you feel like you're in a position where you may not be able to communicate what you are feeling. You can journal it out journal out to yourself, your prime thoughts so that she can process that information out in have a safe space for and then move on that definitely found good, and I love that. She said, you know if you're already thinking about it, you probably laid right. Like to in this, I think could be helpful for anybody. Right? Because most of us are managing multiple roles, right? And so I think making sure that you have like a really good idea of care playing into just get in the habit of doing some of these can be helpful whether you're a caregiver or not. Absolutely. And talk about self care plan with those who are in especially close proximity with you. So if you have children or a significant other spouse who lives with you, talk about them ports of your self care plan and let them now these times where I had carved out time for self care or to go to the gym or to go to yoga or to have even if it's just thirty minutes of alone are quiet time how important it is for you to honor that time getting everybody on board is really helpful. And I think it's also good modeling right that you are saying I'm taking this time for myself and that it will also be okay for you to take time for yourself. Should you need it? Absolutely. And their loved ones will pick up on it. We've had an agents we're individuals have said, I'm no, when my caretaker goes into the room at four thirty pm bitch, she's taken that thirty minutes to regroup before the children get home from sports and whatnot. So I. Try not to bother her those thirty minutes, and then they will also institute a cold word to say. But if I say this, that lets her, no, that I need her right here in right now. So it must be something urgent or imminent that I need in order to let her know that, hey, I need your help, and I'm going to interrupt yourself care time, but that's a really good daddy. I liked it. So besides the two books that you shared, are there other resources that you find yourself frequently suggesting to your clients? Absolutely. Are has an amazing website of resources and tools for caregivers. DV also has a resource database for caregivers, so they have tons of informational pamphlets on here duty, some things that you may experience resources, but also questions to take into consideration as you go along in this journey. And because it is it's a journey for yourself s. two caregiver as well as for. The individual who is in need of caregivers support. All right. So you mentioned that you have the templates available, but I'm also excited to hear anything else that you have available that may be helpful to the listeners that where they can find more resources from you? Absolutely. So we are actually in the process of revamping our side. We have received many requests for this caregiver support, and so we're creating a better resource section on our website at WWW dot empowered EM POW e. r. e. d. dash consultants with an s dot com. So under our resource.

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Journal Of The American Medical Association, Physical Exercise and Dr Scott discussed on Dave Sinclair Lincoln and Ford Sports Open Line

Dave Sinclair Lincoln and Ford Sports Open Line

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Journal Of The American Medical Association, Physical Exercise and Dr Scott discussed on Dave Sinclair Lincoln and Ford Sports Open Line

"According to a new study published in the journal of the American Medical Association extreme stress can lead to autoimmune disorders like lupus rheumatoid arthritis. Psychologist Dr Scott, be says it's not as Bryce our minds and our bodies are connected our emotions and what happens in our body are connected we've known that for a long time just. Another study that shows the evidence of that researchers say study. Participants that were diagnosed with stress, related disorders were, more likely to have. Problems with their immune systems and the onset of auto immune disorders Dr be, says we, have to take care. Of both, our mental and physical wellbeing to improve, overall health in the face of stress where a culture that looks at physical exercise very, seriously, we want people to go to the gym who've their bodies. We don't think about emotional exercises keeping our emotions Kinda tuned up keeping are

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"physical exercise" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"Want to incorporate it's going argument be having to push him that hard you have to put in games you have to put in things because training is a mental exercise it can wear a dog down even faster than having like run a mile with you or something like that so i always say if you're going to have a dog you need to do two things you need to do physical exercise in you need to do mental exercise and you're going to have a perfect dog that way they're healthy and they're healthy mentally to i'm also a big believer enhance signals guess yeah guy to hand signals if you think about it they can see him from further away if they happen to go death they can still see hand signals to have another form of communication i even sometimes as a dog gets older offset things in a different sense for doors or you know a direction or something like that so the dog as as it starts failing maybe with its is in a tearing it can still follow the center around the house until very comfortable teaching exits interesting dogs are much more able to pick up hand signals than the are to hear you so usually they're picking up on your body language much sooner with understanding what it means much sooner than a verbal command so when you're training you is used both and ultimately than you switch off towards the end when the dog understands the command and you're just test them and do different things and it's funny to watch we you know we we work with different kinds of dogs so sometimes the we have hearing impaired people sometimes hearing fair dogs and you're always working both ways and trying to figure out what's the best way to train the dog and also easiest for the client so it's a you know they can learn hand signals they can even learn shapes so that you can actually spell words and the dog will learn s i t if it's cleared up the dog will notice it pretty cool that is really cool and you can you can do that with sign language correct oh sign language sign language is good when you have like hearing impaired client because they understand are ready so it's very easy for them to use it and they just have to teach make us i don't know it but sign language you can make up.

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"physical exercise" Discussed on WTRH

WTRH

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on WTRH

"Company so many things of violent actions of the painting when you this anxiety attack few weeks go do you know the source of that well i have just not there was a very late ninety and i was back in the door and oh my roommates for pretty occupied fell oh my heart was racing and so i so stressed and anxious that i decided to go on run to see if hill physical exercise could help relieve some of the and airwaves notice is okay and i told them that i now and funding james sign those doing really well actually running trust us all yet but all of a sudden i felt like i couldn't breathe and i'm still not totally sure in my head or if i was physically getting short of breath but i i didn't want to slow down but i knew i had to because i was at the time had by it wasn't going away and tightness of and so i started walking and hyperventilating and felt like i couldn't breathe and it was like all the stress of many weeks and months to just kind of really gotten to me everything i was thinking of going through my mind but i had to do and i was the hind on terrible and afterward of anxiety attack i and didn't wanna tell her about it but and after that i had never done counselling but really serious about getting an appointment okay i'm gonna give you a solution portland this is the sound of a flat screen television hurled off a building now the new bike your kid wants these are the.

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"physical exercise" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on WRVA

"I'm very hopeful with technologies we've developed i do believe there will be a therapy that blunts the progression of this disease within the next you know five to seven years that'd be very exciting of course there are things people can do to keep their brain healthier and you know you may have to have foresight and start doing it many years before you get old but you know physical exercise mental exercise keeping engaged those have been actually show this hard data that the la vegetation and mental engagement your level of physical exercise can actually you know ward off or a prolonged the the disease coming on you know such it's been well proven so there are things people can do they are other risk factors just like for the heart that we can stay away from you know for better brain health and they're very much similar things like diabetes and cholesterol and yes exercise nutrition good sleep the problem has been we don't have good brain biomarkers we don't have good brain numbers you know if you have somebody what's your brain number they know what to say if you ask them what their blood glucose number number so what's exciting is there is a field now involving were having better measurements of the brain where we can start to tell people how much amyloid having their brain how many synapses having their brain so i think this next decade coming up is going to be super exciting where well actually have brain numbers that we can keep in check with treatments that prevent you from getting the disease in the first place that's exactly what we're doing in cardiovascular disease now for example would your vaccine be of value to those who already have alzheimer's you know there's a lot of material on the internet now the alzheimer's association does a great job of making people aware of what's available for them what resources are available for families for caregivers.

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"physical exercise" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

The Kevin Rose Show

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

"Pushing yourself out of that comfort zone our brain does not respond well to comfort a response to challenge and so that's critical related to that is stress stress management again that does not mean no stress no stresses also not good for we respond to challenge in stress it's the helpless kind of stress that you don't wanna have you wanna have stressed that you actually can manage how you manage your stress well i made so so let me finish the fought five sorry keep going on when my brain goes so okay remember we're up to physical physical fitness physical exercise cognitive challenge stress nutrition and obviously the devils of the detail y'all these not that we know all the answers and then the last one is sleep incredibly own man that's the biggest for me i can really notice the difference yet my buddy matt walk as as a great book out now why we sleep how we sleep remember what it's called yeah how we why we sleep why was sleep yeah and it's it's really a great great read and really describes you know a lot of science behind and also how critically important is for for restoration for memory from mood and all those things together i think our recipe for keeping our brain healthy but obviously what is the physical exercise program what is the nutrition recommendations that we wanna give and receive how do you manage stress and this is what we don't know all the answers to these this is what we struggle with a lot of ways and you know there's a lot of strong views and not a ton of data on what you know in really tight randomized control trials of what is the perfect recipe of these five ingredients but you know i experiment with my own recipe of those and try to find one that works for me and then i'm constantly assessing my own ability sometimes quantitatively sometimes just by observation and refining it but you're you're more on the in the camp of just getting a little bit in the into the details here of a less refined carbohydrate.

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"physical exercise" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"Pushing yourself out of that comfort zone our brain does not respond well to comfort a response to challenge and so that's critical related to that is stress stress management again that does not mean no stress no stresses also not good for we respond to challenge in stress it's the helpless kind of stress that you don't wanna have you wanna have stressed that you actually can manage how you manage your stress well i made so so let me finish the fought five sorry keep going on when my brain goes so okay remember we're up to physical physical fitness physical exercise cognitive challenge stress nutrition and obviously the devils of the detail y'all these not that we know all the answers and then the last one is sleep incredibly own man that's the biggest for me i can really notice the difference yet my buddy matt walk as as a great book out now why we sleep how we sleep remember what it's called yeah how we why we sleep why was sleep yeah and it's it's really a great great read and really describes you know a lot of science behind and also how critically important is for for restoration for memory from mood and all those things together i think our recipe for keeping our brain healthy but obviously what is the physical exercise program what is the nutrition recommendations that we wanna give and receive how do you manage stress and this is what we don't know all the answers to these this is what we struggle with a lot of ways and you know there's a lot of strong views and not a ton of data on what you know in really tight randomized control trials of what is the perfect recipe of these five ingredients but you know i experiment with my own recipe of those and try to find one that works for me and then i'm constantly assessing my own ability sometimes quantitatively sometimes just by observation and refining it but you're you're more on the in the camp of just getting a little bit in the into the details here of a less refined carbohydrate.

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"physical exercise" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

The Kevin Rose Show

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on The Kevin Rose Show

"That's awesome well so for people that don't have accesses obviously right now would you recommend to keep a brain healthy what can they do today i mean as exercise a big part of your daily regimen like what would you someone was coming in to see you and said you know i i just really wanna work on my attention or yeah it's it's a question i get asked a lot and i asked myself that question you know i always try to make it clear like you know i'm not some luddite that sits on so now doesn't use technology and engages in in their environment perfectly like i struggle with exactly the same things most people do i'm looking at your your computer behind you you got a lot of windows open yeah it's a lot of real estate there couple couple screens yeah so we could talk about that because that was that was always a topic when i when i did interviews about the distracted mine book that i wrote but i think that one point i wanna make and then i'm going to answer that is that these technologies that were creating i want to be really clear that i don't view them as replacements of real life activities of things that are good for your brain these are in real like medicine they're optimizations tools that should be used in small doses at very scribe fan just to help really improve function especially if this deficiency there so that's that's the reality and so it will never replace all the other things that we know are good for your brain at least in my mind which shouldn't so i always view like five things the five pillars of brain health at constantly try to return to so number one just in terms of evidence is physical exercise undoubtedly maintaining brain health rotter lives especially you know as we get a lot older but also during development do high intensity interval training i do high intensity training both physical both aerobic training but also weight training has been found to have benefits especially together so you know but you know if just going out for walks is all that you're physically capable of benefits have been shown for that as well so you know moving the body right at the highest level of evidence that we have cognitive challenge in general whether you know that social or.

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"physical exercise" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

The Kevin and Ryan Show

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show

"That's awesome well so for people that don't have accesses obviously right now would you recommend to keep a brain healthy what can they do today i mean as exercise a big part of your daily regimen like what would you someone was coming in to see you and said you know i i just really wanna work on my attention or yeah it's it's a question i get asked a lot and i asked myself that question you know i always try to make it clear like you know i'm not some luddite that sits on so now doesn't use technology and engages in in their environment perfectly like i struggle with exactly the same things most people do i'm looking at your your computer behind you you got a lot of windows open yeah it's a lot of real estate there couple couple screens yeah so we could talk about that because that was that was always a topic when i when i did interviews about the distracted mine book that i wrote but i think that one point i wanna make and then i'm going to answer that is that these technologies that were creating i want to be really clear that i don't view them as replacements of real life activities of things that are good for your brain these are in real like medicine they're optimizations tools that should be used in small doses at very scribe fan just to help really improve function especially if this deficiency there so that's that's the reality and so it will never replace all the other things that we know are good for your brain at least in my mind which shouldn't so i always view like five things the five pillars of brain health at constantly try to return to so number one just in terms of evidence is physical exercise undoubtedly maintaining brain health rotter lives especially you know as we get a lot older but also during development do high intensity interval training i do high intensity training both physical both aerobic training but also weight training has been found to have benefits especially together so you know but you know if just going out for walks is all that you're physically capable of benefits have been shown for that as well so you know moving the body right at the highest level of evidence that we have cognitive challenge in general whether you know that social or.

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"physical exercise" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"And the treadmill desk works during this period of time at a very slow pace because saying the case trump mentors i'm handling outreach in editing i'm not going to do cop original drafts composition at the channel dusk i will work at the treadmill desk this is literally the exact day and this won't take hours to explain then around saint noon or one pm hop on a bike with a researcher or someone that i have hired to be with me in the same house at all times why is this important i realized that writing is very isolating for me and it try it can catalyze a lot of negative mental states and downward spiral because i feel alone so i have someone physically there even though we could probably do the work remotely they have to be optimistic which fortunately my research is everything to him as handclapping i'm um really so we both get on a bike soon notice there are there there's their little bursts of physical exercise inserted get on bikes ride to this very mediocre delhi and we have meditarranean ramps every day for those interested in is whole wheat tortilla with chicken hamas tomato avocado added always extra cost and we eat our mediterranean wraps and i have unsweetened iced tea plus sparkling water and work there until save five or six sons starts to set jump on the bikes sometimes had to the bay jump in the water again head home.

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"physical exercise" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Tell the difference that's a valid point yeah it's it's setting a precedent there there were trying to avoid and that's a good point but i if you don't want me asking do you see this same more with boise do with girls uh eighty adhd is more prevalent uh the hd par specially invoiced although a see both uh ladies girls and boys both okay of but more prevalent who a hyperactivity part uh envoys than it is and girls i have a couple of kids they're in college now budgets i i was exposed to kids uh that of their classmates and stuff and i noticed the boys rose kind of ansi because they didn't get that much uh recess may be like we did growing up i get lottery subscribe but now i see the you know maybe get fifteen minutes was shown and this kind of 100s this might be related to the lack of physical activity that some of the students get growing up because are always in class ago you know teach so many subjects so quickly and i was wondering if that might contribute to a d hd the back of physical exercise definitely a factor or one of the ways you can help whether it's hyperactivity in a child or anxiety in an adult they have similar brainwave adverts which is what i work with no feedback but the physical exercise is an actual way of relieving uh schrafft's and the loss of what you an idea i'm a fixtures all right so recess was something we did all the time you're always running around when you've got home you went outside you didn't go said in front of the computer and play video games right whereas unfortunately now that's what that's what they do i never would quiet there's no good no kids outside their all invoke throw flame video games right yeah unfortunately yeah now yeah i know as much as.

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"physical exercise" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Yourself into gear to get to that yoga class well our guest michiu stony a doctor is gonna tell you why yoga may help you reduce your stress so you one of the things that you found was a physical outlet for that was really helpful for you because you've found yogurt right and so explain how that helped see you in or any of us to do some that practice of yoga or taking a walker physical exercise how that changes your brain and helps you kind of push some of those stress levels out or or even just deal with your stress in a different way so ultimately we should not look at stress as beginning below the brain sits on the brain starting the stress response it's the brain interpreting the environment in a certain way and then triggering the stress response and i'm talking about psychosocial stress and not in injury v they stress so if you start from it at that level then how your perceiving the world depends on which departments in your brain are on high alert and which departments are asleep or less active so if you emotional circuits are always on highlight your experience of your world we'll be very different so if you get good at controlling your the rest of your brain so you can use the term selfregulation you can use the term selfcontrol so then your attention are in in your environment we'll be focused on the things that they should it should be focused on so not things that are unnecessary or irrelevant and the way yoga works is really by training yourself control so if you are in issue imagine the most uncomfortable pasta if you've ever encountered and yoga it doesn't have to be okay can be anything else but you'll get a great example if you're holding yourself in that pasta you have 100 thoughts coming through your head you think this is uncomfortable i want to get out of here you're probably in some degree of pain because of the stetching and you're really having to balance all of that requires you you too tell your emotional seconds to just be.

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"physical exercise" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on KGO 810

"Nature verses nurture the reason why i i'm gonna go with you on this one for second and why that's not of all that vowed of debate because as we have seen um generally typically nodded in of western medicine necessarily but when we in as individuals make an effort to create changing our own lives our own personality our own function were able to do that so nature versus nurture becomes a moot discussion if i have influence over that through my own acts sir size whatever that exercise might be whether it's diet whether it's meditation whether it's physical exercise if i'm able to change myself through those nature verses nurtured doesn't matter other than maybe i'm you know my heights between you know because nature give me this much in the nurture did that you know to make me my my current i've been in terms my personality there is ability to change it isn't there oh absolutely positively that's why mindflowness meditation and yoga and and uh by feedback and all kinds of of um a complimentary and integrative treatments are really coming into their own 'cause people realize that it's just not everybody starts off with you know with the same equipment so to speak come you know you can have somebody who's extremely extroverted let's say in a similar extremely interviewed it doesn't mean that they can't gift that characteristic but they're starting off from different places right right and then and then that's why all of this knowledge that you're acquiring and writing about extensively in places like psychology day among many others that that's the whole point though is so we and i know.

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"physical exercise" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"physical exercise" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"A little bit of good stress where it's not too much stress but it's enough stress to activate all these genetic pathways and help you deal with stress will he check proteins are one of the genetic pathways and so on cold is also a little bit of a hermetic stress like an exercise activates each operations is wellknown but he robustly activates them very robustly so the cold truck it's good to know that both the hot and the colder activating some of the same good genetic pathways so you maybe you're not negating all the good stuff you just did with the saana right maybe there's synergy we will really help you do through investigated those possible macron has yet with his own on memory because we have been taking control you know more mullah could improve cardiovascular system and so goulet some of these if they have him on the memo diseases because some cardiovascular diseases on memories are sharing the bits hillary's factors and during yell as as the dementia your seattle lead flow is absolutely linked to dementia says probably the try multiple mechanism liberals on is your man it's just it's great we got to get the word out there you know more research more people using this on i think i think that some because i think that there are thorough mao does thorough so many studies showing who positive efforts on of physical exercise on these outcomes round and vessel function and so on but there are quite leaving the date on salaries and warm expose run these similar of comes so there are space to do these rare like you're like you know and explore new territory um you know wants no one's really doing this on it's really great i'm i'm very glad that someone is so please keep up the good work i mean the best case of course we can combine these positive effects in legs heavily exercise unsound even a look at that is why are you going to see if that is we've we tried to do something with what is also important for for public health level that also we have to emphasize that there are many other factors in edison to exercise unsown not there are other also of course we have to take care of the respect us right block presser lee pete's.

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