22 Burst results for "Restless Leg Syndrome"

What To Do When a Patient Feels Worse on an Antidepressant

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

01:34 min | Last month

What To Do When a Patient Feels Worse on an Antidepressant

"When a patient says they feel worse on an antidepressant. The first thing to do is to rule out physical side effects like nausea fatigue and insomnia one to pay attention to is academia as patients might have difficulty describing this inner sense of restlessness which is more often associated with anti psychotics but academia can occur on antidepressants as well particularly serota. Energetic ones and agatha can cause anxiety insomnia even suicide -ality so it might be the reason that they're mood is worse on an antidepressant dot in how concert energetic antidepressants calls academia. I thought it was caused. By dopamine blockade it is thought that the inhibitory effects of serotonin have indirect effects on the dopamine system and that it can lead to dopamine antagonism there in the stratum another side effect. that's related to academia. You might see on sarah. Synergetic antidepressants is restless. Legs syndrome which is almost like academia night. If that happens you could add gabba. Penton or pramod. Pack saul both of which treat restless legs in academia and both of which have psychiatric benefits gabba. Penton helps sleep an anxiety and promo pack saul helps depression but another option would be the switch to be appropriate wellbutrin in a randomized controlled. Trial bupropion treated restless leg syndrome. Even when it was dosed in the morning perhaps through its dopaminergic

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What To Do When a Patient Gets Worse on an Antidepressant

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

01:34 min | Last month

What To Do When a Patient Gets Worse on an Antidepressant

"When a patient says they feel worse on an antidepressant. The first thing to do is to rule out physical side effects like nausea fatigue and insomnia one to pay attention to is academia as patients might have difficulty describing this inner sense of restlessness which is more often associated with anti psychotics but academia can occur on antidepressants as well particularly serota. Energetic ones and agatha can cause anxiety insomnia even suicide -ality so it might be the reason that they're mood is worse on an antidepressant dot in how concert energetic antidepressants calls academia. I thought it was caused. By dopamine blockade it is thought that the inhibitory effects of serotonin have indirect effects on the dopamine system and that it can lead to dopamine antagonism there in the stratum another side effect. that's related to academia. You might see on sarah. Synergetic antidepressants is restless. Legs syndrome which is almost like academia night. If that happens you could add gabba. Penton or pramod. Pack saul both of which treat restless legs in academia and both of which have psychiatric benefits gabba. Penton helps sleep an anxiety and promo pack saul helps depression but another option would be the switch to be appropriate wellbutrin in a randomized controlled. Trial bupropion treated restless leg syndrome. Even when it was dosed in the morning perhaps

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:20 min | 7 months ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Run. Have you had the flu shot? Will you take the covert 19 shot when it comes to Ho Ho ho? That's that's a lot of fun, huh? Oh, are you had 10? Yeah. Oh, yeah. I was still trying to get rid of it and then gun yet. No. They offered me a Lucien. I didn't want it. I never got one and also why stop now? Really? What about when the covert 19 shot comes around? They already got that They already got that over and sign it before they sent there. I don't know about that. That's if that's true. Run. That's news to me. You have before they send this stuff out doing who told Would you read that? Would you see that Just Reagan and said something like that You might want to protect Joan people? Yeah, I don't know. I haven't. I haven't heard that one. But that's that's your theory on it. So we're going to be no. And no, I guess no. One to flu and no. One Covert. Yeah, I don't. I don't like to do any any drugs turning medicines that I really don't have. I mean, I took van for a couple years. Now I see that commercial that got him out in the cancer. Hopefully, it doesn't. What is that supposed it was Santa checks for that anxiety drug that was happened knows financials. Yeah, I know. But we would have is for me that all the commercials for all the different pills and they're just so many of them and I I don't know if they're talking about restless leg syndrome or whatever hit on the end there. That little five second blurred with guy reads real fast, it says. Taking this drug could cause death cancer. Papa Papa, you could fall off a ladder as well. I don't not end up all the pills and stuff Now try. I'm not again. Pig while this is good for you. Good for you. You're an independent spirit. Run. I got full lines going to let you go. Thank you, My friend for calling. Appreciate that. Okay. Welcome. Thank you. There's run from Brockton. Let's go to Joseon. Brockton. Jose! Welcome. How are you tonight? Hi. How are you? Then? I'm doing great. Jose was up. Ah! I got to say, I I I take my flu shot. Every year. I have been taken in Alana. Go like a couple the last couple of years and I've seen the difference between my They see some when I get cold and stuff like that and be reduced. Almost zero. So I believe in that I haven't taken yet will take it. Probably this week. I got it. I got to go to my pharmacy here. And I'll let you know if I had it. Well, I'll tell you what I'm going to my pharmacy, which is the you know, good sized pharmacy CVS, and as I said, I've gone three times. In the last week or so. And I've been told each time know we've run out. We've run out and I keep saying when we get a resupply, and they say, we don't know Yeah, That's the, uh The other thing is, ah, the previous called that will saying Then there's that we got in there. Lucia inside effect. She's be any study or anything. He didn't mention nothing like that. No, she didn't. She said that her sister had been treated by a doctor. Her sister had Cove it and I guess she was very impressed by the doctor. Aunt. He convinced her sister convinced her based upon what the doctor said that flu shots or something that she is not no longer interested in it was interesting. I mean Indian enough time to Find out drill down a little bit more on that. We'll have some doctors on this. I promise in the next the next few weeks because we're all gonna have to think about this, but you have to think about it very seriously. Yeah, I wish you could cause Ah, I'm very I'm very I'm Pearl taken my best scenes for the flu on everything. I'm with you, Jose. My attitude is I'll take my chances. I've had flu shots every year. And and I've really avoided it. Now. They tell us that the flu shot on ly protect you against certain strains, And they kind of trying to predict what the strain of the flu is. Sometimes they guess right. Sometimes they guess wrong, Jose, I got two more. Three more calls going to try to get in here. Thank you. Have you called me before? No. Yes, but their time this is this is their last name is Cory 19. I will wait a little more after it comes out and see what they say Effects might be, but it's not a bad plan. That is not a bad plain. Thank you. It was Jose. We'll talk soon. Okay. Keep calling. Thank you. But let's go. Joel is who netted Joe had the flu shot yet? And will you get the covert 19 shot? Okay, The deal is off and Nick. They have offered two times for residents, 50 years and older to get the food shot September 23rd and the 30th. And those slides got told off very quickly about my wife and I are going on the 23rd together. I think there's a real like I was told. As I said, the farmers has said to me on no problem. We'll have plenty. In mid August, and he said, Don't get you will get your shot. Now. Wait because it only works for six months, and I've been back there three times in the last week, and they said no, Pour out. We're out. We're out. Now on the call it back seeing that's another story. I know that Putin gave those to his daughter and wonder if something's going to give a dose to his daughters and sons. See what happens And my my take is if come out, has gets it and she's fine with it. I'll get mine till and my wife, okay? Everybody's going to follow different peoples leads. OK, that's fair enough. That's enough. Thanks, Joe. Best of luck. I'm glad that you're all set. I wish I was back living in Natick, and I'd be able to Ah, sneak over there and get it on. I'm not there anymore. Thanks, Joe. Kind of CVS spend. I promise I will take you down, Keeton. Thank you Talked of going to get Stacey and Ellen here. Hi, I Stacy. Go right ahead. Heidi. And how you doing tonight? Doing great. Have you got your flu shot yet? Stacy. Actually, I have not yet I'm not by the star hit division. Very well though. Yeah, Let me ask you stay, so I'm having trouble. You really muffled on your phone tonight. What do you got on here? You you You got a headset on or something? I totally missed what you just said. Can you hear me now? A little better, But what's the What's the problem with the phone? Can you tell me Now using my phone looks good. Yeah. Let me do this. Rob, try to clean up her phone. Let me get l on here real quickly, Okay, and we'll come back to Stacey. I promise. Well, I got about a minute for you Want to get you in here under the wire? Go ahead. It's l right. Ellie. Ellie. Ellie. Okay, Ellie, I miss that. I apologise. I should have known that you have You got your flu shot yet?.

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The dangerous use of off label prescribing in times of a pandemic

Second Opinion

03:45 min | 11 months ago

The dangerous use of off label prescribing in times of a pandemic

"FDA requires prescription drugs to go through rigorous testing for both safety and efficacy as a result only a small number of drugs that are developed are ever approved for use and then only for narrow indications so take for example. A drug called Gabba Penton. It was approved in the early nineteen nineties as an anti seizure medicine but it didn't work very well. So experts began to promote it for use to treat all sorts of other conditions including pain bipolar disorder attention deficit disorder restless leg syndrome and Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome. It has not been approved for any of these reasons but doctors prescribe the drug heavily and Gabba. Penton is not the only example even if there is no proof and the FDA has not approved drug for a specific condition doctors can still prescribe it because here in the United States doctors are allowed to prescribe drugs off label in other words for reasons completely different than what they were intended for or for what. They were tested to treat. It stands to reason that Dr should only prescribe pills to treat conditions for which there is good evidence of effectiveness but that is not the case in the United States. These off label prescriptions account for one out of every five prescriptions. That means that twenty percent of all drug prescriptions are for conditions for which the drug was not approved so when the president tells us that despite warnings from the FDA. He's taking the Anti Malaria. Drug Hydroxy cleric win as prevention for COVID nineteen. It raises all kinds of red flags. Currently there is no. Fda approved drug to treat or prevent covid moreover several studies. Most recently in Jama have shown that hydroxy chloroquine has been shown to be in effective intriguing covid in effective. So how wide why? The president's doctor prescribed this drug went. Experts advise against taking the drug will because it was being prescribed off label for a non approved condition and the same is true for thousands of doctors who prescribed this drug for themselves for their families or for patients on the advice of a real estate developer. Who HAPPENS TO BE THE PRESIDENT? I suspect the public thought that the president knew something that the rest of us didn't inside information. Well IT TURNS OUT. He didn't the rest of US. Were reading the medical research and new. The drug was a very little use to those with. Covert the use of off label. Drugs drives up the cost of healthcare and exposes patients to unnecessary risks. Uncertain outcomes. Hydroxy chloroquine can cause abnormal heart rhythms and dangerous rapid heart rates. So doctors who've written these prescriptions without any scientific basis. Now have a moral duty to reach out and inform patients about the risk of medical treatment with hydroxy chloroquine and the lack of any benefit. And we need to rethink the policy of allowing doctors to write prescriptions for drugs that lack any proof of benefit at a very minimum. We should require doctors to inform their patients that they are being prescribed drug that has not been proven effective for their

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"That's neum dot com slash something so guy. Are there things that people either don't know that if they did know would help them sleep better or perhaps some things people think think they know that by not knowing the truth are helping them sleep worse. You know people don't appreciate the caffeine hangs around for a very long time particularly. If you consume a lot of it people especially nowadays are very used to using gadgets their cell phones or laptops in bed and that's not very conducive firstly because of the issue of light exposure a second deal so that's quite a mentally stimulating activity but there are you know one. One of the issues is that there are arrange of sleep disorders that are very poorly known about not just by the general population but also by physicians and in many cases aces we often see individuals who clearly have had a problem with a sleep disorder for many years that has gone unrecognized so it's knowing about these sleep disorders recognizing kick noticing them asleep disorders that is really the first step to getting appropriate treatment when people are diagnosed with true sleep disorder. It's not just that they're having having some trouble sleeping now and again but they have something really wrong are these to sleep disorders generally based in biology or psychology or what both really because the psychological and the physical interact quite a lot there are some sleep disorders that are clearly purely biological logical. Things like obstructive sleep apnea. which is you know people who all snoring and collapsing their airway in the middle of the night things like restless leg syndrome which is physical things like narcolepsy which is a very pure neurological disorder that results in damage to a very small part of the brain but for some individuals they're all sleep disorders that have inputs from both so for example people who sleep walk? We know the actually the basis of sleepwalking is purely biological. It's as a result of different policy. The brain being asleep whilst other parts of the brainer wake but obviously those events can be influenced by daytime stress sleep deprivation poor sleep hygiene so this is a good example of an attraction fraction of of the psychological and the behavioral and the environmental and physical. What about dreaming. Why do we dream. Is it just the brains gotta do something while you're sleeping so it does that in plays little movies or is there more to it or what well. I think I mentioned at the start of the interview that one of the essays that I was sent off to write was why do we dream and I'm not sure that we have any better inkling now than when I was writing the essay for twenty ninety five years ago I think we know that dreaming probably has more than one function and it probably has different functions at different stages of our lives so they're all lots of theories but none have been definitively proven one. One of the theories is that dreaming is absolutely crucial to the development of consciousness in early life so what differentiates us from other animals but it also appears that dreaming is of significant significant importance in terms of memory in terms of emotional processing in terms of learning something about our environment and one of the popular Leila theories about dreaming is that actually creates a virtual environment in which we can tweak or model of the world around us so that we're integrating eighteen the sum of all past experiences to tweak what we understand about the world around us. What do you think I mean. People have theorized that dreaming predicts the future that dreaming helps. You solve problems that you can't solve while you're awake awake. What what what's your sense. I think to argue that it's that it predicts. The future is very difficult from a scientific rationalist perspective but certainly certainly there is some evidence that remers is linked to creativity so sleep being the the stage of sleep that we most associate with with dreaming you you know there are many many examples of people who have dreamt particular songs or particular works of literature pull. Oh I think it was Paul. McCartney and yesterday is often is often used as an example of that he said that he that came to him in a dream so so clearly there is potentially something in the fact that Remm is about creating links between different parts of the brain which facilitates creativity this idea that if you dream about this it must mean that that's a pretty weak connection..

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"I've never had a sleeping problem or a <hes> problem with restless leg syndrome since then <hes> I lost or reduced my systolic blood pressure Fisher level by about ten points and we saw almost all of our patients reduced somewhere I'd say on average about eight points and <hes> <hes> we saw people with trimmers <hes> have their trimmers go away we literally within a day a couple of the elderly patients had had longtime major depression and that went away within days of and this is from how many feet treatments of any will so so they received a total of six daily a once a day is vis a over the course of the week on so they were back to back six days of a thousand milligrams apiece <hes> so I know for drug and alcohol addicts ten courses of A._D.. Tends to resolve a lot of the problems I know that for me the combination of any but not any by itself entity plus extensive stem cells my alcohol tolerance is back where it wasn't. I was twenty <hes> alcohol still bad for you. I don't drink a lot will have an occasional sockeye or from super clean wine or something but I definitely felt a dramatic difference and also I. I have a hard time telling whether it was just an A._d.. Because after the A._D. my sleep didn't change too much. Maybe the efficiency went up but after I did anybody and then I did all those access homes I did my six hands <hes> stem cell makeover thing <hes> my either very similar effect from you. I've written all of my books between basically ten PM in two or three a M. I have been a night owl my entire life since I was ten and after all the themselves I can go to sleep. I never had time going to sleep. I didn't want to and so my natural time would just be too <hes> I I go to sleep ten thirty eleven now and I'm getting two hours a deep sleep in two hours of rem sleep in six hours of total sleep and I wake up earlier than I did before <hes> to the point that when I was finishing my anti-aging aging book which is called superhuman it just Amazon I <hes> I don't really have time because all my writing Windham like I'm actually tired. I want to go to sleep now. Instead of I wanNA right <hes> and then waking up at six in the morning unnaturally so it was it was actually really disruptive to have of <hes> a shift in my sleep rhythm to be more normal. Did you experience the same thing or did yours go back to your normal late night habits over time no I'm. I'm still following more of a typical human. <hes> sleep pattern where you know after dark I start getting sleepy and now I wake up with the sun basically every day and still productive whereas I would only just like you I would only start getting productive around midnight previously and I will do some of my best <hes> legal work and then later research were <hes> around two a m while and it's that's changed for you to completely changed well for all of you crazy night owls out there or maybe crazy early morning people. Maybe you should check out any D. or excess oems or something like that. Because something kind of big is happening there <hes> and for me. I couldn't have one drink of anything I've just if I crap for the next day and I'm way more resilient which is really that's health span right. There is resilience. Let's move onto the next thing we've gone pretty deep on those so you WanNa talk about the dosing for the Dave in corseted yes us. Let's talk about what you're doing with that..

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Quinine: Medicine or Mixer?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

02:48 min | 2 years ago

Quinine: Medicine or Mixer?

"There anything about quinine that makes it worth drinking in the form of tonic water, I know some older people who are convinced that it helps with neurological issues does it have side effects? Or is it fairly benign, even if it's ingested daily quinine is a bitter chemical that's extracted from the bark of the sink Kona tree. It's used in tonic water to impart that characteristic bitter flavor. In fact, I've made my own tonic water using Kona bark that I bought online. My recipe involved boiling this in Kona bark with some other spices like coriander and juniper berries, and then combining that extraction with citrus. Juice grated. Citrus peels and sugar and straining the whole concoction to produce syrup and then to use it. I would add a tablespoon or two of this syrup to a glass and fill it with plain soda water. Jin totally optional now making your own tonic water is fun, especially if you like those sort of do it yourself projects that require a bunch of SO, Tarik ingredients or equip. -ment take a lot of time. Make a big mess, and ultimately produce something that you could have bought at the store for a buck. Of course, my tonic water tasted nothing like store-bought tonic water, some of my friends thought that was a plus others. Frankly, preferred the store bought version the other interesting thing about homemade tonic water is that it's not clear like store bought tonic water, but we're the color of weak tea, but back to his question. What are the medicinal uses of quinine in addition to being used as a flavoring agent quinine from Cinco? Bark can also be used as an effective treatment for malaria Kuala win is a prescription anti malarial medication that contains quinine sulfate from Kona bark, however is more effective drugs. Have been developed quinine is no longer the first line treatment for malaria. It's basically used only in cases where no other drugs are available or in areas that have developed strains of malaria that are resistant to the first line drugs. And it's. Also, sometimes used to treat malaria in pregnant women sin. Kona bark contains another closely related compound called Quinn Adine. It has some of the same medicinal benefits is quinine such as fighting malaria. However, it tends to have more serious side effects. So it's not widely used there is some ongoing research involving Quinn Adine to treat certain rare neurological conditions, but the toxins remains a real issue. Quinine also has gained a reputation as a treatment for restless leg syndrome and nighttime leg cramps and many physicians have prescribed Kuala Quin, which is really for malaria to patients who suffer from leg cramps. However, the FDA has issued a warning against this off label use of quinine containing medications.

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There can be hidden meaning in a medical term

Second Opinion

03:23 min | 2 years ago

There can be hidden meaning in a medical term

"A name maybe more than it seems Mezin teric added. Nitis sounds awful. It's exactly the type of disease name that might explain why they're going to miss work or not be able to do your chores around the yard or even wash the dishes tonight. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion. In fact, the term Mezin teric adn Itis is a medical term for swollen abdominal glands, but it really means a small tummy ache. I am constantly reminding my medical students to avoid using technical terms and speak English with their patients. But there are times when a we bid of technical language can be validating, for example, this week Nicole saw me because she'd been sick for forty eight hours with nausea and vomiting. She felt horrible touring those two days she called into work sick whale. Her. Office Astra for doctor's note, a sort of archaic vestige of the past so she needed come in seamy, which meant she needed to get dressed driving her car pay for parking pay for co payment, wait in the waiting room. So that she could now spread the disease to others. Then after seeing me she would leave with nothing other than a doctor's note. And the reassurance that she'd get better soon and my advice to stay well hydrated. Will that isn't exactly all I told her I told her she had Mezin Terek at night and she loved it. She wrote the name down. So she could tell her book group who work colleagues and people at the gym she expected, it would help people who might doubt that. She was sick understand that it was a real thing. The words would give her symptoms legitimacy, and maybe even engender sympathy from others, however, the labeling of minor symptoms as a disease. He's like Hella is for bad breath or restless legs syndrome for periodic twitching or female sexual dysfunction for person who doesn't wanna have sex has some serious downsides and even more worrisome sign that should raise all kinds of red flags is when it disease was developed by drug company to help market a particular product like female sexual dysfunction to market Viagra to women or listerine to market to people with bad breath. And then there are new disease names that serve to medical is what is actually normal for example, we have prediabetes pre hypertension Prediman. Shia. In fact, I hate to tell you this. But we've all got a case of pre death. A name can have a powerful effect on how we see ourselves and manager bodies. Sometimes that means taking our health more seriously. But too often the intent. Ended goal of names is to market and sell pharmaceutical drugs, Nicole left, my office feeling validated. And understood and there were absolutely no prescriptions for any drugs, given just a name of a disease written on a small piece of white paper. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion.

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Paralyzed restless leg syndrome, and this may go on multiple night and only a few enough to actually disrupt you enough to wake up what most people have convinced themselves because all these talk, and they say, well, I guess bathroom. That's why I had to wait times at night. Well, you can go during the day. Why would you have to go five times during the night? Okay. All right. And let's shift gears and talk about from we go to sleep to skin any any research on skin diseases things like psoriasis dermatitis ex. Acne things like that that are affecting our skin. Here's what I think. I think that I found this with people from allergies in basically autoimmune diseases innocent. And they found was the people that had optimal levels of vitamin d their immune system was much much more balanced importantly because some eighty percent ultra because you're stepping pursuant. I'm thinking that yoga commercials, but Gilbert commercials, but around seventy percent your immune system, your alimentary right in there. Appreciating that that's another hot topic or more in controls helps your immune system? Well, that's kind of bacteria fungi viruses, broken determines sprints Tony production. Which is the chemical. It makes you happy. Okay. So it's not only probiotics that control, the gut microbiome or biota the vitamin d also that has an effect on that. Absolutely. And if you don't have enough, you're black instruments systems out of whack you end up with autoimmune diseases you end up with allergies. I mean, I saw patient after patient that had COPD or allergies it much much better because the vitamin d you know, boosted and balanced there. I think a lot of this my opinion is that people get a lot of these not because of an over tip immune system and underactive one because they don't have enough vitamin d three interesting. Wow. And then. Also regarding supplemental vitamin d we should mention just thought.

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"With. Of course, the first thing that everybody thinks about his anemia anemia is the first sign in one of the things that really shows up on a regular blood tests that you might be a deficiency that and also be twelve so looking at it Nimia as one of the important things anorexia can occur. Apathy depression. Fatigue. All those things start to show up whatever, you're deficient. It even affects the motion customization digestive disturbances. Your tongue swells becomes interesting growth impairment, again, that's one of the reasons that the that the whole problems with having children getting pregnant is because it really impairs growth. So you're going to have an underway child headaches. We have had many of. And fully cast a deficiency is more common in women than in men. To a greater extent. So we've had many especially women. Get full of gas and all of a sudden, they're headaches, disappeared so balanced. Yeah. Getting that balanced, insomnia. Memory impairment. Paranoia? Restless leg syndrome. Matter of fact, restless leg syndrome has oftentimes fixed by folic castle. Weakness. Since we lost in the legs. And also. It's very important for cancer. So anytime that you have cancer fully Gasset is is really important one to prevent and then also is very important if you have cancer to get enough fully casket because of fully gas. It really helps to stop a lot of the changes in the cells. In other words, it keeps the cells healthy and strong. All right. When.

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"It makes a bigger difference than just that. Because ourselves for my understanding are more susceptible to that damage at night. And we have to be more careful, correct? Yeah. Exactly. I tell people it's kinda like at night, you're shields or down. You know, you're you're supposed to be in this nice, restful, para sympathetic state. And that's when your body is is rest rest. Added in your guards down. That's when it feel safe enough to do the repair work in the detects vacation work because detoxification is a para sympathetic rest and digest process. And so if you're surrounded by all these stressors in you're not getting into that Paris pathetic state than your body can never truly go into that deep restful healing state that it needs to go at nighttime and nighttime is when your brain actually shrinks by like forty percent like all the south shrink by forty percent and creates all this space inside of your brain than the melatonin floods the brain in actually fleshes out and takes melatonin is a very potent antioxidant, probably the most potent antioxidant in the human body, and it it's it's job at nighttime is to yes. Act as a sleep hormone. But it's also because it's this potent oxidant, it's flooding the brain with all this this antioxidant material components that it has. And it's basically binding all these free radicals in this oxidative stress than flushing it out the cerebral spinal fluid through this newly discovered thing like think it was back in the university of Rochester like five or six years ago. They discovered that the brain has a detox pump called the lymph attic system, and it basically flushes all the oxidative stress out the back of your head into the circulatory system for your liver and kidneys to process, and then there's also, you know, at nighttime your body's also detoxing all the other organs through the lymph attic system, and that's been shown with by the work of Dr such Patton, and it correlates very similarly with the old Chinese Clack. That's very well known in Chinese medicine. So yeah, nighttime is very very important. And that's when I see the best results of people, and I can tell you let stories on some of those results to. Yeah. I actually. Let's pause there and talk about that. Because like I said, I think it's hard for a lot of people to grasp just how important this can be it is easier when you read books like the body electric or you understand just how electric our bodies are. But talk about that talk about some of the tangible changes that you've seen in people by just mitigating EMS. Yeah. So there's a lot of people that you know, there's there's one woman that I did in Pacific northwest. We shielded her room. It was in Seattle and the night that the first very first night that she slept in that room. You know, she had been having night sweats for like, I don't I don't even know how long it was like years like maybe five or ten years, and then the very first night, they just stopped and they haven't come back since then. And I was just kind of started by that when she told me that she's like, it's definitely because of the shielding that that we did in the room that the stop because I was having a really bad problem with this. And it was my husband didn't like it. You know? And so nice sweats. Something huge that I've seen. There's another woman in the same area that got off Tylenol pm. She was self medicating with that couldn't sleep. She'd get confused and delirious in the middle of the night if she had to get up and she'd go to the bathroom that completely stopped when she shielded her room. And then there's other people that have things like ringing in the ears tonight us, and that sort of thing and that that just kind of disappears. You know, there's buzzing or ringing in the ears. And when you blackout all those frequencies that stop stimulating the nervous system in. You're actually able to rest, and you're stop hearing these things that are going on in your inner nervous system from misfiring from from the voltage in the different frequencies that are headed trading into your bedroom. So those are just a few examples, you know, there's there's many more restless leg syndrome that can go away. And and that makes a lot of sense to me as a nutritional therapy practitioner because a lot of people that have restless leg, you know, you immediately as a as a professional health, professionally Okita has to do with minerals in fatty acids, and that sort.

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"It makes a bigger difference than just that. Because ourselves for my understanding are more susceptible to that damage at night. And we have to be more careful, correct? Yeah. Exactly. I tell people it's kinda like at night, you're shields or down. You know, you're you're supposed to be in this nice, restful, para sympathetic state. And that's when your body is is rest rest. Added in your guards down. That's when it feel safe enough to do the repair work in the detects vacation work because detoxification is a para sympathetic rest and digest process. And so if you're surrounded by all these stressors in you're not getting into that Paris pathetic state than your body can never truly go into that deep restful healing state that it needs to go at nighttime and nighttime is when your brain actually shrinks by like forty percent like all the south shrink by forty percent and creates all this space inside of your brain than the melatonin floods the brain in actually fleshes out and takes melatonin is a very potent antioxidant, probably the most potent antioxidant in the human body, and it it's it's job at nighttime is to yes. Act as a sleep hormone. But it's also because it's this potent oxidant, it's flooding the brain with all this this antioxidant material components that it has. And it's basically binding all these free radicals in this oxidative stress than flushing it out the cerebral spinal fluid through this newly discovered thing like think it was back in the university of Rochester like five or six years ago. They discovered that the brain has a detox pump called the lymph attic system, and it basically flushes all the oxidative stress out the back of your head into the circulatory system for your liver and kidneys to process, and then there's also, you know, at nighttime your body's also detoxing all the other organs through the lymph attic system, and that's been shown with by the work of Dr such Patton, and it correlates very similarly with the old Chinese Clack. That's very well known in Chinese medicine. So yeah, nighttime is very very important. And that's when I see the best results of people, and I can tell you let stories on some of those results to. Yeah. I actually. Let's pause there and talk about that. Because like I said, I think it's hard for a lot of people to grasp just how important this can be it is easier when you read books like the body electric or you understand just how electric our bodies are. But talk about that talk about some of the tangible changes that you've seen in people by just mitigating EMS. Yeah. So there's a lot of people that you know, there's there's one woman that I did in Pacific northwest. We shielded her room. It was in Seattle and the night that the first very first night that she slept in that room. You know, she had been having night sweats for like, I don't I don't even know how long it was like years like maybe five or ten years, and then the very first night, they just stopped and they haven't come back since then. And I was just kind of started by that when she told me that she's like, it's definitely because of the shielding that that we did in the room that the stop because I was having a really bad problem with this. And it was my husband didn't like it. You know? And so nice sweats. Something huge that I've seen. There's another woman in the same area that got off Tylenol pm. She was self medicating with that couldn't sleep. She'd get confused and delirious in the middle of the night if she had to get up and she'd go to the bathroom that completely stopped when she shielded her room. And then there's other people that have things like ringing in the ears tonight us, and that sort of thing and that that just kind of disappears. You know, there's buzzing or ringing in the ears. And when you blackout all those frequencies that stop stimulating the nervous system in. You're actually able to rest, and you're stop hearing these things that are going on in your inner nervous system from misfiring from from the voltage in the different frequencies that are headed trading into your bedroom. So those are just a few examples, you know, there's there's many more restless leg syndrome that can go away. And and that makes a lot of sense to me as a nutritional therapy practitioner because a lot of people that have restless leg, you know, you immediately as a as a professional health, professionally Okita has to do with minerals in fatty acids, and that sort.

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"When the press is free of people have a country three when the press is free so people of a country are endangered of flavor the information then the views of people making the news it's been a cold sandler shawl on the coal sandler dot com and the progressive voices network welcome to tuesday being the tuesday after the memorial day holiday this is everybody's monday so i'm not feeling so alone today i hope you had a great weekend here in south florida we were reined in not as bad as as some you know people in in some parts of florida and alabama you know other parts of the country that are hit by alberto the first named storm of the season even though hurricane season hasn't officially begun yet that happens on june first which is friday if that's any indication of what we're up against it's been a wild morning before we get there for slummy apologize for no show on friday i was feeling a bit under the weather and when i say that i've talked about it a little bit but i suffer from restless leg syndrome and i'm in a particularly bad period of it where nothing seems to help and so if i'm lucky i'll fall asleep for a couple of hours then i'll wake up at two or three or four in the morning and i'm up.

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Anything it doesn't matter if it's weight loss or heart disease or diabetes whatever it is when you're struggling with anything like that remember that the choices that you make each and every day that's what matters more than just anything else let's go the phones and talk to john hi john calling him out rls smut mother has a restless leg syndrome and i wanted to know what the best way to treat that would be a she's seventy nine years old rls restless leg syndrome is something that's actually pretty common but it comes down to our minerals so the minerals that we take each and every day if we don't get enough of them so yeah things like calcium magnesium boron the different minerals if we don't have enough of the minerals coming in that's what becomes the greatest challenge to us so we have to have that coming in to really make the impact so i would encourage you to do with restless leg is to get a blood test on primary care physician take a look at it and see exactly what's going on with those numbers so for example with something like this leg if she's not if she doesn't have enough vitamin d then she's not going to be absorbing her other minerals like magnesium and calcium she won't be able to utilize them as much so getting the vitamin d level up is going to be the first key and vitamin d of course you can bring those numbers pretty easy just take to supplement the also wanna take vitamin k two with that so if there's vitamin d three and the k to you want to blend those together we've got a blended formula like that at the website if you go to inshapenetwork dot com you can see it there but yeah it's it's it's extremely important to put those two together restless leg is typically a mineral imbalance in the body none of the medications do work it's a great mandate but it comes down to balancing the body up more than triple.

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"Your original source for fake news fox news we make shit up they've been doing it for longer than longer than i have not been making it up but been talking fox news has been making stuff up but donald trump in his trolling ways in his gas lighting ways has been talking about the the real media as those who make shit up and the and the and the outlets that makes shit up as the real stuff it's the gas lighting of america it's the trolling of america which is interesting time for this new freedom of the press index to come out because today on the program we're going to speak with amanda marcotte you've read her stuff in salon and elsewhere over the years she's got a new book out called troll nation how the right became trump worshiping monsters set on rat fucking liberals america and truth itself she doesn't mince any words it's a good book usually when i have an author on i get you know i can read a couple of chapters is about all i get to before the interview comes up actually read the entire book this weekend it's easy to read and makes a lot of sense so we'll be speaking with her later but i had a rough night last night those of you who have listened for a long time no that i suffer from restless leg syndrome and at about two o'clock in the morning my legs woke me up and i was up for at least a couple of hours just in misery you what happens is you just can't sit still your your legs it feels like the best analogy is like there's ants crawling inside of your legs and so you can't hold your legs still in the best way to deal with it is to get up and walk around so i i had a pretty sleepless night.

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Yeah but i would never i it would be hard for me because i'd take thirty to forty minutes in there and it would be awkward me just sitting in there for forty minutes at some random person's house you take forty minutes in the bathroom yeah guys wow amy did you do that now i'm talking and maybe his military and maybe my radio experience was back in the day we had to switch out cds so if you went to the bathroom you had three minutes and so maybe your husband because it's very much the same him in the middle tary media radio maybe he had he had to get out quick is that the thing i don't know but forty minutes seems a little ridiculous i don't take naps or forty minutes what is wrong with you i don't know why you wouldn't you're in there you relax you just wanna take it all in and let it take it all in yeah what are you talking about mean like restless leg syndrome you sit on the couch and take it all in but i have the squatty potty there and it just it's a family thing i'm mainly that way it's generic genetic yes your mom and your sisters go for like an hour i think so i know my brother my dad do for sure on that same train will you stay for our have you ever seen for an hour yeah and sometimes you get up and your legs are asleep every once in a while and that's a little awkward management is sell off four hour nabs our toilets.

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"The following program contains graphic material including offensive language of your this question is advised without breaking the democratic form of government could examine switching out sounding on club looking out overland but i'm i like good evening from our cbs news room in new york dc presents chet huntley and david brinkley from abc this is world news tonight jennings in london robert in chicago and from our desk in washington frank rebel to this historic legislation to tell cases law the create jobs and when the press is free of people of a country are free when the press is free though people country are in danger of flavor before we information and the views of people making the news nicole sandler shawl on the goals handler dot com and the progressive voices networks all right welcome to a wednesday everyone i'm mccoll sampler coming to you live at nicole sandler dot com and of course through the magic of digital audio it's not even tape anymore just digital audio on the progressive voices network and a few other wonderful progressive outlets like net roots radio fyi nation gdp our and other wonderful internet radio stations around around the globe as they say i have a weird predicament going on that i need to inform you of because if i funk for a little more than usual today you might know why first of all i did not sleep last night some of you have heard me talk about this before but i suffer from restless leg syndrome it is a some comedians use it as a joke when they started coming up with medications for it comedians thought it was hysterical.

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Gary johnson last night my wife was taking a yoga class online i was sitting on the couch nearby during much of the session and noticed as the teacher began wind things down she employed a gentle voice and music from a harmonium lovely put in the background one could hear the sounds of what must have been renovation going on inside the yoga studio i turn towards my wife and quietly said stop the hammer drop a hat on her she continued on of looking at me nor breaking her concentration powerful stuff that yoga gary johnson warwick new york colgate 72 there seems to be a lot of support for the bar of soap relieving the leg cramps to figure to put it in that is a a seat seat on on it on your leg unwrapping bar of soap and leaving it under the sheets okay others come on in comes up with that forty two percent of people allegedly used the soap to relieve their leg time nighttime also rumored can relieve pain in restless leg syndrome are l wow ron flatter in las vegas works with grant ladder right perhaps chelsea did not respond to the westminster kennel club telecast because the tv did not smell like a dog she has no fool if you have a vomit on the screen she might pay more attention to it simply to the whole march alum i think she will reciprocate with a form of streaming that has been sold lucidity so more info it's believed that the magnesium in the soap stops the problem because magnesium deficiency is the leading cause of both restless lake syndrome and leg cramps by the way you know i watched a little bit of last night the annual rescue dog show where they had dogstooth things like fetch the ball and bring the ball back and dogs sing dogs smiling somebody's.

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on WLAC

"Area that can help improve your lifestyle and take you to the next level that jamie in toledo ohio that says my husband he's only twenty nine is suffering from restless leg syndrome or are a less it's a little young isn't it what can he do for this well with restless leg bending on what the root causes and i'm not sure he didn't list any medication that he might be taking back and tell you that russell slight typically comes from a mineral deficiency that's what usually happens so you might want to do some research on minerals trace minerals that sort of thing and have some one the can work with on that that that useful it's minerals calcium magnesium just because our soil is so depleted believe it or not and we get under high amounts of stress whether it's workrelated or just life related loan tons minerals get deficient di it's not that great and again with the soil being what it is and only one point five percent of americans actually eating vegetables that's pretty staggering he asked me so it's easy to develop it efficiency so you're not deficient in the medications of medications are a bandaid what you've got to do is figure out the root cause no reef while your body's act in that way in the first place so russell slug la times comes down to minerals take a peek at those and do some research and that might lead lead you in in the right direction aaa two a three seventy two seventy two go into the phones to talk with reba i river over way without heart attack or stroke uh but every i eat any kind of car great uh i crave sugars route fairy faith sugar so bad sugar cravings what do you do the jim nima is really good there there's several herbs that can help quite a bit but i'll tell you this i am a big fan.

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Of indigestion of depression of sleep problems of restless leg syndrome and so he was the word before stress yes right it's kind of like what we what we now think of stress so so he was in this way able to vastly expand the range of potential patience and indications and in that way made the first hundred million dollar drug and what kind of houston did valium have versus librium so i mean it's it with the used by people who are suffering what are called somatic problems so it was a different kind of physical manifestations which may or may not have their route and something relating zaidi valium was narrowly targeted at our side librium was narrowly targeted people who had like a specific kind of anxiety issue which at that time was not quite the thing that it is today valium was prescribed much much more than wait wait more and it became actually the most prescribed medication of all time at that time and so move on from there right so arthur also became huge art collector kind of established the families foothold in the art world and throughout his entire life he'd actually passed on jobs and businesses to his younger brothers so he was involved in the purchase of this really tiny pharmaceutical company and activity to which is called purdue pharma which was on its last legs it had basically been a kind of patent medicine paddler at had this drink called gray's glycerine tonic which was in a patent medicine arabs also marketed for all kinds of purposes have you ever had a give you have sex probably whatever problem so they bought this kind of shell financially troubled shell and for years and years purdue pharma didn't really wasn't a major player in the pharmaceutical world it had one really good product which was better dean which it acquired in the '60s which is a disinfectant and it kind of had this great fortune according the rights of editing just as the vietnam war was adding up so the government had bought huge quantities a better team to treat wounded soldiers but still a message it in a in the farmers seen then they got into the pain business and that's when the real money started flowing and and they developed eight years of the kind of.

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on KOIL

"Is also beneficial for those suffering from sleep apnea as well as those suffering from restless leg syndrome anyway cardiovascular stuff to exercise stop taking a sleeping pills are bad for you like smoking an entire pack of cigarettes a day if you'd like to win six pack of amy and give us a call white just kidding me throwback thursday of the matt tomkins show his sees who moves long the the live from omaha matt dunkin's on news talk twelve nightie mark levin weekdays five to eight pm on news talk twelve iraq obama sealed the fate of americans next war because there is no way we can allow the iranians to get icbms they could reach the continental united states and the able to put nuclear warheads one day your kids are going to more i'm not happy about this i'm not trying to be provocative that they are and that's what oba obama did mark levin weekdays five to eight pm on news talk twelve ninety there's no fun without fundamentals little sports laws and walling you players for the summer.

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"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"restless leg syndrome" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Piece of marriage this is one of the reasons that i i'm looking at this piece in usa today why so many married couples are sleeping in separate beds and this is not about sex or the lack of sex even though there is evidence cong conclusive evidence that americans having less sex than they did twenty years ago the people are moving into separate beds it says because of physical snoring and restless leg syndrome and it's just better people can get better sleep in separate beds there's another factor though in here and i think this goes to precisely what you're saying is people can afford it once upon a time people slept on the same bed because you at at at two of my brothers a grew up at least one point sleeping in the same bed because my before my parents could find more beds for all of us and and but i guess what that goes to is if you're working and you're working you're working you have a separate income and the whole goal is we well more bedrooms and more room and more i solution within the house that's not necessarily a positive thing for a marriage it's one of the reasons that what are the indications and marriage and this is in diane's book that it's not always the families that are earning the best that sustain the best relationships we'll be right back with more on this and why why are more couple sleeping separately that and more coming up on the medved show diabetes high blood pressure anxiety meds everyone's on them if you're a fifty year old male maybe a mid four key and you may even have type.

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