23 Burst results for "Restless Legs Syndrome"

What To Do When a Patient Feels Worse on an Antidepressant

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

01:34 min | Last week

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 week

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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Patients increasingly checking ‘Dr. Google’

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

03:42 min | 8 months ago

Patients increasingly checking ‘Dr. Google’

"As the pandemic continues it seems even more of us are tempted to check our various medical symptoms on the internet Dr Jason west is on the KRLD news line Dr west I recently heard somebody use the term Dr Google and I thought it was a joke but it turns out Dr Google is a real thing it actually is a real the it's what happens when people have some concern symptoms condition diseases I go to the internet and they go to global they type in you know muscle twitches hi twitches restless leg syndrome and they usually get some horrible diagnosis like you know Lou Gehrig's disease or something like that and they'll come into the office and say Dr west I'm dying because Google told me that muscle twitches they have this condition is it a bad thing to go looking to check symptoms on the internet Dr where should we ever do that well I I actually think it's a good bad thing and what I mean by that is I think people get better healing results and stuff when they are informed when they know what's going on but that is a double edged sword because when you start looking for things on the internet you can find you know good and bad just about everything in it does seem to feed on people's fears and the walk in and say look I have this really unusual disease I've got thirty days or less to live in a household where did you get that information in and so it's a double edged sword I mean I mean I really cautious until people to go one way or the other because I think there's benefit in knowing what's going on but it is easily to get swayed into thinking that something is absolutely horrible I am seeing this term cyber contrary us a lot more lately during this pandemic is it something that's grown more rampant thanks to cope with nineteen well I think so because people have more time on their hands there it's unusual off on what's happening and so they're looking for a void to fill so they get on the internet and I started just looking and searching for just about everything and it literally when when you have any health care concern and you start typing in the symptoms the problem is is the likelihood of having a serious disease R. I mean statistically aren't that high but if you type in dry fever cough you know you're gonna come up I've got a corona virus because those are the symptoms but there's a lot of things because the try fever and a cough and a set rule number one if you're going to go see doctor Google on the internet and check a symptom don't freak out it what you find I think it's a really good just reassurance to tell people look there are so many things that can cause a fever muscle twitches of stomachache headache I mean headaches another example almost everybody at sometime in their life will get a headache but as you go type it in the first thing I'll tell you what you could have a brain tumor you could have a budgetary teamwork and then the likelihood of that happening is so low it's almost like winning the lottery I mean in a reverse way and so if people are armed with some reassuring facts like he looked at the statistics of what those serious conditions are let's just see get your physiology balance let me search there with you it really helps so that people don't get into a state of cyber Congress

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

Second Opinion

03:45 min | 9 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 legs syndrome" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:43 min | 10 months ago

"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"It is earmarked by is slow brain wave patterns how and say to your normal brain wave pattern is beta so you are placed into this altered state of consciousness hyper speed chess stability and now here comes the media message the agenda and or maybe it's a commercial I've argued for a long time they sell sickness to television the Gompers commented down it's gonna get you but Hey look when it does Hey KBC and then they show you relax the Perrin position being doted upon by some pretty lady like there's a reward to getting ill and the disclaimer at the end you can't even hear it yeah that's true and I didn't remember the restless legs syndrome story yeah yeah yeah I mean Michael television is designed to program as much as it is to entertain now that set that doesn't mean that you can't you know subscribe to like a YouTube TV and watch Ted talks and you know if if if I'm going to get programs if I'm going to be in this altered state this slow brain waves which is the same brain wave state they use in the technology called suggests the PDF for super xcelerated learning well then why am why am I not using that to learn something to do something positive for myself most of the technologies we have today they're they're somewhat akin to a physician's scalpel you know it depends on what you use that scalpel forest whether it's good or bad well then we're gonna take a quick break pretty soon we're gonna come back and take final phone calls Eldon Taylor with us and don't forget his offer of a free MP three audio to help you boost your optimism and to get you rolling again and that is so important these days it is so very important to be able to just stay positive Ellen Taylor our special guest here on coast to coast speaking of you too don't forget our you tube channel the grab it's YouTube's coast to coast AM official that's how you find it in the YouTube search engine and we've got a link it coast to coast AM dot com at the top it's free to subscribe to go ahead and sign up for that too back with final calls in a moment on coast to coast AM don't forget to watch your TV show beyond belief.

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"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:44 min | 10 months ago

"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on KNSS

"It is earmarked by is slowed brain wave patterns Hausa and Sadia your normal brain wave pattern is data so you are placed into this altered state of consciousness hyper CGS stability and now here comes the medium as C. H. the agenda and or maybe it's a commercial I've argued for a long time they sell sickness through television the Gompers commented down it's going to get you but Hey look one it does take a B. C. and then they show you relax supplying position being doted upon by some pretty lady like there's a reward to getting ill and then the disclaimer at the end you can't even hear it yeah that's true and I didn't remember the restless legs syndrome story yeah yeah yeah I mean Michael television is designed to program as much as it is to entertain now that's set that doesn't mean that you can't you know subscribe to like a YouTube TV and watch Ted talks and you know if if if I'm going to get programs if I'm going to be in this altered state this slow brain waves which is the same brain wave state they use in the technology call suggests the PDF for super xcelerated learning well then why am why am I not using that to learn something to do something positive for myself most of the technologies we have today they're they're somewhat akin to a physician's scalpel you know it depends on what you use that scalpel forest whether it's good or bad well then we're gonna take a quick break pretty soon we're gonna come back and take final phone calls Eldon Taylor with us and don't forget his offer of a free MP three audio to help you boost your optimism and to get you rolling again and that is so important these days it is so very important to be able to just stay positive Ellen Taylor our special guest here on coast to coast speaking of YouTube don't forget our you tube channel the grab it's YouTube's coast to coast AM official that's how you find it in the YouTube search engine and we've got a link it coast to coast AM dot com at the top it's free to subscribe to go ahead and sign up for that too back with final calls in a moment on coast to coast AM don't forget to watch your TV show beyond belief.

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"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:47 min | 10 months ago

"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Their examination of drop dead playing this game they get so intense to it do you have the same kind of thing go back to your question Michael first of all what happens when you sit in front of that television set is your brain wave activity isn't trained in it slows down it slows into a state we call Alfa no I've testified is a expert witness on hypnosis in a court of law and I can tell you what we say about hypnosis in a scientific sense it is a heightened state of suggestibility it is earmarked by is slowed brain wave patterns how far Sadia your normal brain wave pattern is data so who you are placed into this altered state of consciousness hi to see jazz stability and now here comes the medium as C. H. the agenda and or maybe it's a commercial I've argued for a long time they sell sickness to television the goblins commended down it's going to get you but Hey look wanted because Hey KBC and then they show you relax supplying position being doted upon by some pretty lady like there's a reward to getting ill there's a disclaimer at the end you can't even hear it yes true and I didn't remember the restless legs syndrome story yeah yeah I mean Michael television is designed program as much as it is to entertain now that said that doesn't mean that you can't you know subscribe to like a YouTube TV and watch Ted talks and you know if if if I'm going to get programs if I'm going to be in this altered state this world brain wave which is the same brain wave state they use in the technology call suggests the PDF for super xcelerated learning well then why am why am I not using that to learn something to do something positive for myself most of the technologies we have today they're they're somewhat akin to a physician's scalpel you know it depends on what you use that scalpel forest whether it's good or bad well then we're gonna take a quick break pretty soon we're gonna come back and take final phone calls Eldon Taylor with us and don't forget his offer of a free MP three.

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"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:37 min | 10 months ago

"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It is earmarked by a slow brain wave patterns how and say to your normal brain wave pattern is data so you are placed into this altered state of consciousness hi bluesy jazz stability and now here comes the medium as C. H. the agenda and or maybe it's a commercial I've argued for a long time they sell sickness through television the Gompers commented down it's gonna get you but Hey look one it does Hey KBC and then they show you relax supplying position being doted upon by some pretty lady like there's a reward to getting ill and there's a disclaimer at the end you can't even hear it yeah that's true and I didn't remember the restless legs syndrome story yeah yeah yeah I mean Michael television is designed to program as much as it is to entertain now that's set that doesn't mean that you can't you know subscribe to like a YouTube TV and watch Ted talks and you know if if if I'm going to get programs if I'm going to be in this altered state this slow brain waves which is the same brain wave state they use in the technology call suggested PDF for super xcelerated learning well then why am why am I not using that to learn something to do something positive for myself most of the technologies we have today they're they're somewhat akin to a physician's scalpel you know it depends on what you use that scalpel for as to whether it's good or bad well then we're gonna take a quick break pretty soon we're gonna come back and take final phone calls Eldon Taylor with us and don't forget his offer of a free MP three audio to help you boost your optimism and to get you rolling again and that is so important these days it is so very important to be able to just stay positive Ellen Taylor our special guest here on coast to coast speaking of you too don't forget our you tube channel the grab it's YouTube's coast to coast AM official that's how you find it in the YouTube search engine and we've got a link it coast to coast AM dot com at the top it's free to subscribe to go ahead and sign up for that too back.

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"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on WRVA

"H. the agenda and or maybe it's a commercial I've argued for a long time they sell sickness through television the Gompers commented down it's going to get you but Hey look one it does take a B. C. and then they show you relax supplying position being doted upon by some pretty lady like there's a reward to getting ill and the disclaimer at the end you can't even hear it yeah that's true and and and remember the restless legs syndrome story yeah yeah yeah I mean Michael television is designed to program as much as it is to entertain now that said that doesn't mean that you can't you know subscribe to like a YouTube TV and watch Ted talks and you know if if if I'm going to get programs if I'm going to be in this altered state this slow brain waves which is the same brain wave state they use in the technology called suggests the PDF for super xcelerated learning well then why am why am I not using that to learn something to do something positive for myself most of the technologies we have today they're they're somewhat akin to a physician's scalpel you know it depends on what you use that scalpel forest whether it's good or bad well then we're gonna take a quick break pretty soon we're gonna come back and take final phone calls Eldon Taylor with us and don't forget his offer of a free MP three audio to help you boost your optimism and to get you rolling again and that is so important these days it is so very important to be able to just stay positive Ellen Taylor our special guest here on coast to coast speaking of you too don't forget our you tube channel the grab it's YouTube's coast to coast AM official that's how you find it in the YouTube search engine and we've got a link it coast to coast AM dot com at the top it's free to subscribe to go ahead and sign up for that too back with a final calls in a moment on coast to coast AM don't forget to watch your TV show beyond belief.

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"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:49 min | 10 months ago

"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on 600 WREC

"This altered state of consciousness hi suggestibility and now here comes the medium as C. H. the agenda and or maybe it's a commercial I've argued for a long time they sell sickness through television the Gompers commented down it's going to get you to but Hey look when it does Hey KBC and then they show you relax supplying position being doted upon by some pretty lady like there's a reward to getting ill and there's a disclaimer at the end you can't even hear it yeah that's true and I didn't remember the restless legs syndrome story yeah yeah yeah I mean Michael television is designed to program as much as it is to entertain now that said that doesn't mean that you can't you know subscribe to like a YouTube TV and watch Ted talks and you know if if if I'm going to get programs if I'm going to be in this altered state this slow brain waves which is the same brain wave state they use in the technology call suggests the PDF for super xcelerated learning well then why am why am I not using that to learn something to do something positive for myself most of the technologies we have today they're they're somewhat akin to a physician's scalpel you know it depends on what you use that scalpel forest whether it's good or bad well then we're gonna take a quick break pretty soon we're gonna come back and take final phone calls Eldon Taylor with us and don't forget his offer of a free MP three.

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"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:36 min | 10 months ago

"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"So back to your question Michael first of all what happens when you sit in front of that television set is your brain wave activity isn't trained and it slows down it slows into a state we call Alfa no I've testified is a expert witness on hypnosis in a court of law and I can tell you what we say about hypnosis in a scientific sense it is a heightened state of suggestibility it is earmarked by is slow brain wave patterns how flora and Sadia your normal brain wave pattern is beta so you are placed into this altered state of consciousness hyper suggest ability and now here comes the medium as C. H. the agenda and or maybe it's a commercial I've argued for a long time they sell sickness through television the Gompers commended down it's gonna get you but Hey look one it does take a B. C. and then they show you relax supplying position being doted upon by some pretty lady like there's a reward to getting ill and there's a disclaimer at the end you can't even hear it yes true at the end remember the restless legs syndrome story yeah yeah yeah I mean Michael television is designed to program as much as it is to entertain now that set that doesn't mean that you can't you know subscribe to like a YouTube TV and watch Ted talks and you know if if if I'm going to get programs if I'm going to be in this altered state this slow brain waves which is the same brain wave state they use in the technology call suggests the PDF for super xcelerated learning well then why am why am I not using that to learn something to do something positive for myself most of the technologies we have today they're they're somewhat akin to a physician's scalpel you know it depends on what you use that scalpel forest whether it's good or bad well then we're gonna take a quick break pretty soon we're gonna come back and take final phone calls Eldon Taylor with us and don't forget his offer of a free MP three.

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"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:36 min | 10 months ago

"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"So back to your question Michael first of all what happens when you sit in front of that television set is your brain wave activity isn't trained in it slows down it slows into a state who do we call Alfa no I've testified is a expert witness on hypnosis in a court of law and I can tell you what we say about hypnosis in a scientific sense it is a heightened state of suggestibility it is earmarked by is slowed brain wave patterns Hausa and Sadia your normal brain wave pattern is data so you are placed into this altered state of consciousness hi bluesy jazz stability and now here comes the medium as C. H. the agenda and or maybe it's a commercial I've argued for a long time they sell sickness to television the Gompers commended down it's gonna get you but Hey look one it does take a B. C. and then they show you relax supplying position being doted upon by some pretty lady like there's a reward to getting ill and there's a disclaimer at the end you can't even hear it yeah that's true and I didn't remember the restless legs syndrome story yeah yeah yeah I mean Michael television is designed to program as much as it is to entertain now that's set that doesn't mean that you can't you know subscribe to like a YouTube TV and watch Ted talks and you know if if if I'm going to get programs if I'm going to be in this altered state this slow brain waves which is the same brain wave state they use in the technology call suggests the PDF for super xcelerated learning well then why didn't why am I not using that to learn something to do something positive for myself most of the technologies we have today they're they're somewhat akin to a physician's scalpel you know it depends on what you use that scalpel forest whether it's good or bad well then we're gonna take a quick break pretty soon we're gonna come back and take final phone calls Alden Taylor with us and don't forget his offer of a free MP three.

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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 legs syndrome" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You plan ahead. You know, what's coming in? Alternate. You make the right choice. It's hell what I see in my line of work. It's how I see patients be able to reverse disease get off of multiple medications overcome these challenges, chronic health disease. It's by falling a routine, just like this, Cheryl Cheryl was on nine different medications. They diagnosed her with re matured arthritis. They diagnosed her with irritable bowel syndrome. She had sleeplessness shed restless legs syndrome. She had sciatica and Cheryl. Not only did she come into the office. And she was under my care and doctors who are in my office. We all take care of the patients, not only was she ended that care, but she was so disciplined came to all the workshops, every nutritional piece of advice that I would give out at the workshops, which I don't make money on the workshops, we if we have an outside of outside of van I charge just to cover the cost of renting the space. But you know, we don't make money on these workshops, I do because the information's valuable, and I believe people should not only think the way that we think, but also live the way that we live in we see people overcome disease in gained victory over the health by just implementing these things are learning at the workshop. Well, she shows up shell does it every workshop that I've given over the last four years she brings friends just about every time. Her whole family comes to not only the workshops but under care in my office. And sure enough you look at her now, no more. Diagnosis of Reema, Tori, arthritis her joints or no hunger. Achey any more. She's no more irritable bowel syndrome. Her. Sciatic is completely gone. She no longer has restless leg syndrome off of all nine different medications. How does that happen? Well, she showed up to the workshops and implemented. What we talk about in. That's exactly why we hold workshops and seminars for our patients, and we open it up to the community for that very reason because people deserve to live a better life, and they deserve answers. When it comes to the questions they have for their health. That's what we're going to be talking about at resolution reset is the biggest event of the year in the natural health community. It will be February second that is a Saturday from nine to noon. This is our health makeover. So we call it that for a reason because you show up you learn the information, you take great notes, you go home changed in ultimately, a different person. And that is the idea in this is called resolution reset for a reason because it's February second around the time where a lot of times we have great intentions January one but come around to February those..

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"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"restless legs 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 legs syndrome" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"And needles numbness burning right tangling cramping. You know, maybe some restless legs syndrome. So I'm just sitting here my leg is twitching right now. That's the same thing. Are you checking them off for me? As I get older. I think I am right. So with that said, you learned the symptoms. You don't learn what it's doing to a soul. So to describe how this is we have a brain that controls every cell tissue, organ or body and leaves our brain goes down are back out as a large nerve fiber. Now that controls large things that controls your muscles. Control, your heart, a controllers your pancreas, your liver your legs. And when it gets to the end, the peripheral your hands and your feet this tiny little guy, the top layer of your skin caught a small nerve, fiber citrate there, and it makes you feel things. Right. So people with the that nerve gets damaged, and when it case damage, then all of a sudden this numbness, most everybody gets the numbness that numb feeling. They kind of put their foot on the ground. They are not feel like they used to it feels like my Foot's asleep like your Foot's asleep. I've never had it and pray. That I don't have it. But when people describe it to me over three thousand people who've come through my office, everybody kind of has their Alicarte of symptoms. But the way I pictured is when you are sitting on the couch, and you put your foot underneath your leg. You watch your fifteen minutes of a show. And then you decide to go ahead and get up and you put that foot underground. Yeah. Now that foot at feels like a swollen pillow teen gli. Poppy almost like sparkly sparklys a good word. I like that one that one. Yeah. So you put it on the ground, and you do you get that sparkley like pins and needles feeling maybe even that sharp little stabbing kind of pain, but she looked down in your foot is the same as the other one. And you're feeling the totally different. And then he can go to walk. And when you go to walk, you expect it to hit that ground. Right. And it's not really there you feel like it should be touching the ground which it is. But you don't feel it. So you're kind of walking with this like ginger kinda. Limp waiting for that thing to come back waiting for that feeling to come back waiting for the blood to get there. And it does get there. But it doesn't instantly show up when your foot hits the ground. Does it right? I'm talking myself into this stuff. So you obviously, your balanced goes bad. So a lot of patients that come in their balance will be bad. And and it's. They'll say I start to sway some of the funny things is they say that, you know, I think everybody thinks I'm drunk because they're swaying idle lady today, she was a new patient. And she's like, I swear that everybody thinks I'm I'm drinking, and I'm not saying I had to have her walk down the hallway because she just doesn't feel the floor. She's not sure winner foots hitting the ground. You're wobbly feeling when it's like that. You're like, okay. I'm trying to time it, but you do you. You can't. Yeah. I'm gonna go with that. I'm wobbly feeling the wobbly feeling that's exactly right. The great thing about my experience. When I sit on my foot, and I put it out. And I feel that Iraqi pseudo neuropathy kind of feeling right? I get it back people with rob the they don't get it back, and unfortunately, neuropathy just continues to get worse and worse. The intensities of the pains get worse and worse. It's not just part time and become full-time. Maybe sometimes it's a seven out of ten pain. Sometimes if the two sometimes people don't even have pain, some people are just straight out numb. And that's I'd say that's the global version of neuropathy is a numb feeling right. The wild the numb peeling that your hands. Emmy anything to do with your circulation is going to be scary. You say it's not ever without treatment gonna get better. Yeah. You had told me before there were people and medical professional people that the attitude was basic like now if you gotta eat at it, right? Flashed it at one my doctor today said that near I probably might be neuropathy, and then there was nothing else about it. And I instantly thought well wait there is something else about and that's exactly right. That's exactly what they do. They go through it. And doctors are scared to say that patients have it because they don't have anything that they can fix it. And they don't want to hear that. Right. You've got this. And I don't know what to tell you, right. And in reality history, when we have any type of ailment, we go to the doctor, and they have a cure. They have something. I have a cold. You have medicine for me. I break an arm. You have a cast for me. I sprained ankle you have therapy for me neuropathy, all they have is medicine to try to dim the pain, which is unfortunate because that doesn't Idress it. They just up the medicine. So it amassed the pain. It becomes very difficult for them to deal. Deal with so with that we've come up with this new program. It's not new we've been doing this for since two thousand thirteen in it works. Great. I'm going to ask you about the program..

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"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

11:24 min | 2 years ago

"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Medication that can help help teenagers fall asleep a little earlier, even if it's just twenty thirty minutes a night that can. Accumulate quite a bit over time. And we'll help them wake up a little bit better in the morning. We also need to recognize that teenagers can have sleep disorders to they can have sleep apnea. They can snore. They can have restless leg syndrome, they can have insomnia. And if you treat those conditions you're starting to work on improving, not just the quantity. But also the quality of sleep as well. In terms of medication, obviously, there are drugs prescription drugs. There are also some sort of homeopathic remedies that some people swear by what are your thoughts about this? Especially for kids. Fast majority of of of people kids and adults included do not need sleeping pills. They what they need us is. I have a discussion with an expert who is who is interested in their natural circadian rhythm. Trying to understand what they're twenty four body clock is when would they naturally fall asleep wake up help them identify that and then use circadian strategies? And what I mean by that is bright light first thing in the morning, and then you can use melatonin melatonin is often thought of as an over the counter herbal supplement for to help people fall asleep at night. It's really better thought of as a cue of darkness. It just reminds your brain that the sun has gone down in time to start preparing for sleep and take it in small doses. You don't need much most bottles out, there are three milligrams five milligrams ten milligrams. You don't need that much. Get get a milligram and cut it in half. That's more than enough. Just milligram milligram of melatonin, which is something you can get it like natural foods stores and absolutely Walgreens. Yeah. Yup. I use it myself. And and you can but I use very small doses. You don't need that much. Don't treat it like it's an over the counter Ambien, don't take it in with the expectation that I'm gonna use this. And it's gonna knock me out tonight. Because of that's not its utility. We use it to help just remind the body and brain that the sun has gone down. And it's now time to start winding down. And so you you I mean, you're you're an MD you believe that this actually does work and all. Absolutely it. It does it's and it's worthwhile to point out that melatonin in Canada. And the European Union is prescription. I mean, they're clearly as of the former logical compound in there that is working. And you're saying just like when you go purchase melatonin, I feel like I've got it somewhere. And. Yeah, medicine cabinet because I've had these issues with my kids. What's the average? He said just a milligram is fine. But what's the average are most pills more than just a milligram? Yes. Yeah. Most of them are three five and but before before before people go out and start taking it. I the first thing is to know yourself. No win your body's natural fall asleep time as and if that's later then when you'd like it to be so most of it's not unusual for teenagers at all when you get them to discuss with you, you know, when when they were they naturally fall asleep. If if they didn't have any constraints on their schedule, it's not unusual for them to say, oh, I wouldn't fall asleep until one two three o'clock in the morning and too often. We think that there's some sort of. Personality flaw in that when actually it's just their biological rhythm. And so if that's the problem if they're later if they just naturally would fall asleep later in wake up later, you take a little bit of melatonin a couple of hours earlier, if that's not a problem melatonin is not going to help. And in fact, it could make the situation worse because it gets us going down the wrong direction. We're talking with Dr Michael Hal, he is with the university of Minnesota. He's a sleep expert. We're talking about a new study that says teenagers that don't get enough sleep are more prone to risky behavior, including sex, smoking, drugs, etc. Let me ask you what what about the electron devices that these kids have because it's we've tried to restrict limit at my house. And the problem is we have so many of them. And I don't think I'm I'm abnormal here. But we've got we've got phones we've got ipads. We've got TV's we've got computers, and obviously kids younger and younger are gravitate towards these devices. What impact did they have on sleep patterns? Well, that's they're they're they're one of the largest drivers of the problem. What's what's happening is that the light from the screens in particular? And we've even narrowed it down to the Blue Wave length there's a specific spectrum of wavelength that causes almost all of the problem that sends a sick that that is picked up by the retina in the eye and a sense of signal to the brain that the sun is still out. So if you're if you're on your phone, and and you're not blocking the blue wavelengths. If it's bright your brain, even though it's ten o'clock eleven midnight. You know, and then you, and then you turn it off and close your eyes. It shouldn't be that much of a surprise that your brain is just not quite ready to fall asleep because it's been assuming that the sun is still out. So destr-. Fortunately, iphone, I tablets androids. All of these have blue light blocking software. I'm holding my iphone right in front of me right now. And I can open up to the settings in go to night shift where we'll just automatically starting at nine o'clock at night for me. You could change it to whatever you want just starts blocking that Blue Wave length until morning. So that when I do look at my screen. I'm not getting that signal the other thing to do. So you can still use the phone, but it is blocking that particular signal. Yes. Yes. Do that. And it's it's I mean, obviously, it would be best if you didn't. But as as may as you pointed out, we live in the real world. Right. Right. So so explain that again. So so there's this blue light signal that emanates from our foam. And there's a way to block it on the settings on the phone. Absolutely. If you if just for those who have iphones, if they just go to settings and go to the display feature under settings there will be up. There will be a button to set called nightshift. And they it'll ask you would you like to schedule this, and you and you can just schedule to turn on at say nine o'clock at night when it turns on it starts blocking that blue length. The other thing to do. If you are if you like myself and a lot of people in my family like to stream shows on Netflix, or Hulu or whatever. You can it's it's a good idea to have the room is dark as you can. And then to dim the screen down as much as possible. All right. I'm going to my iphone, and I can see. This is why we have experts like yourself on a dodger hall is if you have an iphone, and I am sorry. We we don't know about Android settings. But if you go to. The settings on your iphone you go to the display and brightness there is a night shift. So if you're saying that I set this if I and I'm gonna go home and do this right now to my daughter's phone as soon as I get off here my teenagers phone, so schedule is so that even if she's on her phone, she's not getting this blue light emanating into her and that will actually help her fall asleep better. It will. Well, it just it's reminding her brain that the sun has gone down. And so her brain will embody will be a little bit closer, she'll be a little bit. Her more ready to receive the sleep that's coming to her on Android. It's called nightmare. I'm looking at night low. Okay. Yeah. It's called night mode on Android. Okay. Well, I I hope I'm going to go home and do this for myself, and and everybody in my family, but. And does does that you think that really does help it does? It's actually that's been demonstrated that it works. The flip side of this is not forget about the morning. We need to get bright sunlight bright ler. And you know, we live in Minnesota in the winter after all we need to get bright light first thing in the morning. And ideally, we we could all moved to Sedona. Arizona for the next few months, but that's probably not gonna happen. If you if you naturally wake up, and it's still dark out, which a lot of us. Do get yourself. That's so hard for kids and adults as well. Yes. Yeah. Get yourself a light box. This is a ten thousand Lux light box. There's all sorts of them available on the internet. I just looked on. I just looked on Amazon prime you can buy several different units for less than for less than forty dollars. We I have them in my kids room. I wake up at about six thirty in the morning. I go upstairs I walk in the room. I say good morning sweethearts. And then I turn on their light box. And they all go. Hi, dad. So great to see you. Gosh. We're just wide awake. No. No, no. There's we love you. There's a lot of grumbling and they say why do I have to have a dad who's asleep? Dr. But I I go I turn the light on. And they usually they usually hide underneath their blankets and all all come, and, you know, kind of tuck them down so the so that light is actually hitting them a little bit. I'll take a shower I'll come out and usually within within fifteen twenty minutes, they're they're starting to wake up a little bit. And that I mean, there's so much stress that comes from parenting and one of those is just getting your kids up in the morning. Oh, yeah. You know, you know, what I'm talking about? It's it's you know, I I've got two kids one of them in my daughter's been. It's hard. But my son was just and he's in college now. And I'm like, I'm just praying the grades haven't come in yet. But I'm just saying a prayer getting up and he did schedule his first class at ten thirty. Yeah. In arizona. So I'm just going, please. Dear god. Get to class, but it is hard. Most kids want us most kids wanna sleep better. They just don't know how so these use these light strategies on those on the screens and light in the morning and then recognize also it's worthwhile to find the right motivation for people. Everybody's different. We can talk about we can talk about all of these risk factors you and I s may Ken and for some kids, it's just not going to resonate with them. But on the other hand, if you tell them, you know, what you're going to score better on your SAT's. You're going to be more likely to make varsity basketball team, you'll be more likely to master the peace and cello and violin that you're trying to play and you'll be more likely to get into the college. You're wanting to get into by by just letting them know that that sleeping better helps your brain perform better, and you usually. Yeah. Somewhere somewhere in there. There's a motivation. Oh and also acne. We the kids acne gets better. Once they're sleeping better that that would. A huge motivation. Well, listen, how great information thank you so much because I know so many parents struggle with this love it, really. Appreciate your being on with us tonight. You're very welcome anytime. All right, doctor Michael hall there. That was really great information. Are we do have to take a break? Much more head on NewsRadio eight three oh, WC CEO, take a.

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"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"restless legs 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 legs syndrome" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

This One Time | Comedy, Travel

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on This One Time | Comedy, Travel

"I thought i was on the tangent no the mandates that i take um um for my face are actually blood pressure medicine and i can't take two i can't have too much potassium in my system or really it'll give me a heart attack by the way visions of restless legs syndrome and the world's most over pressurise it right the things you learn about your wife ana pod yet right so so this medicine works really well for my face okay so i've been taking it for 10 we're not looking free medical history we're talking about trying to buy drugs in thailand rate so but for for the year when i lived in the states i had to have a prescription for it when i got here i showed them the list of drug names and things like that and they were able to get a a hold on back back back right back dole conceded this conversation is that you can buy whatever prescriptions you want in thailand so that's covered right right so there's a prescription you're trying to find in thailand a single prescription you're trying to find a timely well it comes under different names what do you mean different companies make it and so it comes under different names so you're talking about the same thing like you can't buy i can't buy a leave erase country because they don't make a leave right they make a naproxen variant but it is only the called naproxen it's called something else much like you can't buy what are you take tunnel which is we would call acetaminophen bring us not true over here it's paracetamol right paracetamol an aim soviet all of our our people in the uk listening going will yet dumb asked we call it percy them all i get you on that so things will have different names yes okay so right so you're drug which you even know what it is what it does for you it could be acme it could be blood pressure medicine it could be here therapy is one.

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"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on WDRC

"Two six talk is our number and we've got allison iowa high ellis hi how are you fine fine i'm calling for a family member who arrest i know she earned her doctor's care not any better cornered anything you pick okay we have described it what's it like well nearly yum round after she tried fell on nothing now you as a very uncomfortable sensation and can you described as individual how old is sheep lose it probably fit q from sleeping which he implied in a real problem for her okay okay so so i would look at at several things here first of all uh one of the most common causes of restless legs syndrome in women his iron deficiency and so she she needs to get her iron checked out and not just a regular the cbc blood tests to see if she's fullblown anemic you can have a normal blood kale but you can have low levels of iron that change the way that dopamine is utilized in the part of the brain that is responsible for restless legs said reveal is actually relationship between parkinson's disease and restless legs syndrome that a restless legs syndrome is invariably can lead to parkinson's disease but it has to do with dopamine metabolism in the movement center the brain the substantial niagara and when you have lowiron a year simply not optimizing your dopamine production so she needs to get a ferrets in blood test and we need a ferreting of at least fifty sixty seventy which often doctors will say if your fair to even above eight or nine as a female as well well you know pretty combination fired vists he women no big whoop but you need to optimize iron levels to reduce susceptibility orissa's legspinners number one number two you want to build up tilted mean levels so how do you do that nutritionally well you.

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"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on Super Station 101

"And and you can see that their triple eight two eight three seventy seven two jamie in toledo ohio the city email ended up free you could send your emails and a lot of folks say well i don't want to really beyond the air or whatever you can always send in those emails and ask privately were always happy to help pistol jamie in toledo says my husband whose only twenty nine uribe man only twenty nine is suffering from restless legs syndrome in this little young in what can you do for it it is young but it's really it's not a question restless leg is not an issue of age k it's really an issue of what is your body getting and what is it not getting so russell sliced syndrome typically has to do with mineral deficiencies now keep in mind most of our minerals are found in vegetables like the highest content are found in our inner vegetables so keep this in mind like if one point five in this a truce detested by the way one point five percent of americans actually eat fruits and vegetables for real like i just said that and and it really is true i know it's like when i say that in in these sweet little eighty something's will tell me about how they beat investible of their whole life and i'm thinking well that's why you're eighty and that's your while your's smart suite little something right because you're eighty and back when you're young growing up everybody eight veg most people wait their vegetables right but that's not the world we live in now at one point five percent of americans eat it so it's a doctor's upon the hair out trying to your health hoping to get their patients this to do them and that one little thing can create so much for winning the game of health i mean in making sure that you get everything you need it it's vital but a lot of people don't do it nonetheless than that becomes a big challenge because it it really caused a major issue in the body can heal way needs to arrest us leg big time with magnesium and it's very big with calcium potassium so really a multimineral can be helpful.

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"restless legs syndrome" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"restless legs 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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