20 Burst results for "Sara Bellum"

Animal Slander! Debunking 'Birdbrained' And 'Eat Like A Bird'

Short Wave

08:07 min | 6 months ago

Animal Slander! Debunking 'Birdbrained' And 'Eat Like A Bird'

"All right first up bird brained again. People say this when they're implying somebody needs to get it together or they're scattered. Yeah clearly not a compliment right so for more on this you talked to Corinna newsom. Hello Hi Emily. Yeah Hey how are you? I'm good how are you good? Good my name's emily. Corinne is a Grad student at Georgia Southern University studying birds and before that she was zookeeper she's got a deep well of experience to draw upon for today's episode. What's your relationship with that phrase bird brained? I usually get a little bit offended when I hear the word bird brained as a person who spent a lot of time training birds For the purpose of education and showing off natural behaviors. I've gotten a chance to look very closely. At how birds think and understanding the way that they think and being very impressed with their cognition and so when I hear people use bird brained as an insult. I am. Dan Personally insulted. You gotta stand by Your burs. Starting off strong. I mean you gotta set the tone. Okay trusted expert. Witness Carina newsom approaching the bench. Hit us with that sweet sweet evidence. Carina SAYS BIRDS ARE OVERALL PRETTY SMART. Cognition depends on the species of course but birds in the Corbett family like crows and Ravens are wicked smart. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. They can memorize faces. They were Super Cool. Experiments on that in some crows can make tools which is usually associated with primates. Correct and you know what other birds are. Smart Parrots. They are incredibly social animals. They are also very skilled at mimicry. At recognizing even memorizing patterns At picking up on behavioral cues from humans. Corinna says that parents are tough pets precisely because they're so smart you have to give them mental stimulation and if you don't they're going to occupy themselves which oftentimes may end up looking like biting your furniture tearing apart your shoes wreaking havoc on your home here. It's need constant mental stimulation or else. It's just havoc and all of this has to do with connections inside their brains. Do I smell little data? Kwon Oh you. Do you better believe you do so a couple of years ago. This study came out that looked at brains across different types of birds songbirds parrots various birds of prey and the study looked closely at this part of the brain called the medial spira form nucleus which helps connect the Sara Bellum to the Tel and south one. Zero Bhalla is at the back of the brain deals with muscle movements balance. That kind of stuff. Do you know what that is yet? Yeah I know stuff kwong. Okay fine well do you know at the Telegraph. Alana's I yes. Go read do go right ahead. What is it okay. All right Gimme second. There's a lot of stuff in the brain Yeah it's this really intricate set up structures in the brain that are required for some of the most complex and evolved functions. Yeah you clearly. Google that With I can't you're breaking up on going through a tunnel. Ma'am you're in a closet? You can't be gone through the same time all right anyway. Moving on the key here. Is that the bridge connecting these two parts. The medial spire form. Nucleus and birds is a mark of strong cognitive abilities and parrots have an unusually large medial spiral form nucleus for their size so the birds have small low noggins but really advanced Lil Naga. Oh yeah good point. That was my follow up question to this research. Carino was talking about two and so despite the fact that birds have like very very small brains Usually like the size of a walnut forest and even larger Brain Bird. Those brains are the most effective at packing neurons compared to any other brains including Mammalian brains. So you hear that birds punching above their weight when it comes to neural density honestly. I'm not surprised. So some birds have about as many neurons in therefore brain than like a primate so because their brain has some complex folding and the the neurons are closer physically closer together inside of the brain. They can have a large number of neurons accomplishing a lot of the same goals that animals with bigger brains and their but fewer neurons have. Okay Kwong the verdict on bird brained. Oh you know what it is Mattie. Do I even need to say it slander? Getting so good that you taught me how could Lord okay? Okay my turn so I looked into the phrase eat like a bird. Oh yeah very curious about this. People will say that it suggests. Someone doesn't eat very much that they're like peckish right. Which you know the official. Npr shortly position is that just. Don't comment on how much or how little somebody eats you know what I mean. Generally speaking yeah mine. You're on food business. Yes so okay. Let us start our examination of eat like a bird by considering the simple hummingbird. Do you know how they eat. Deer Kwan no no I do not dear Mattie but I fear but I fear you are about to tell me in excruciating detail first of all let me start off by saying you're welcome second introduce you to Alejandro Trico. He is an assistant professor of biology at the University of Washington on curator of birds at the Burke Museum of the University of Washington. But before that when he was a graduate student at the University of Connecticut he was part of one of my favorite bird. Eating related experiments ever so humming. Birds have really long tongues that dart out to get nectar and for a long time scientists. Thought that the tongue worked like a tiny tiny little tube so small the nectar. Kinda just shoots up the tongue on its own by what's called capillary action Ali in his boss Margaret Ruby. The did not by this capillary action. Theory Oh We were discussing. How the equations and the predictions from those capillaries don really made sense in terms of what the actual the hummingbirds in nature look like. But here's the thing on one does not simply eyeball a hummingbird tongue. These little are as thin as a fishing line and they dart in and out of the beak at like fifteen to twenty times per second. Whoa so to solve these problems. What we devise were tiny transparent flowers with flat sides so we could film through it and see the action happening on. We needed high speed video because it's happening so fast so we were filming between a thousand and two thousand frames per second just to see how long would interact with the nectar. So cool all right so. They made little glass flowers so they could film through them. That's that's pretty genius. Yeah and what they saw kwong. It changed the Hummingbird game. What we saw is that the Humbert on when he touches the nectar. I the portion that is inside the liquid on falls on it has little fringes on those tubes on those open up. Oh so it definitely isn't just a static little tube no not even close as the tongue is shooting out of the beak. It's compressed by the beak but when the tip of tongue hits the nectar it splits into two like a little snake tongue and those tips. They have these little flaps that hoping an those flaps fill up with nectar. That is so amazing.

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Why Neuroscientists Love Running

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

06:28 min | 9 months ago

Why Neuroscientists Love Running

"Exercise has really really emerged as one of the areas that has grown with real biological evidence that it can prevent and improve brain function and brain health. And we used to think as you said. There was an and north of the neck and south of and that everything in the Alzheimer's was north of naked. Nothing south of the neck was related to it. When in fact now we know that things things like gut microbiome can alter your immune system and having a healthy microbiome can keep you healthy? And by the innate in you can boost your innate immunity addity which might reduce inflammation across the board across the body including the brain. Yeah and Exercise Helps Reduce Inflammation and B. D. and F. so the exercise. I have to tell you I hated running. But I've taken up running because of what is that This brain derived neurotrophic factor. Because I'll miracle Michael Growth for the brain in the funny part about it is almost neuroscientists are runners. They don't do anything but run. They have to have something to is the fastest way to raise. Major beat the NFL's which is basically this growth factor in your brain cells together so called Neuro plasticity which increases connections and neurogenesis genesis. Which is the developing new brain cells? Chris we never thought that was possible. Remember thought it was puzzle. Is that once. You'RE GONNA get it but we now know that the brains making neurons throughout their lights unbelievable soda so these things like Diane and exercise and optimizing your gut microbiome and stress reduction. They incense work by regulating inflammatory. That's correct that is correct. That is the inflammation of course is the unifying common pathway. That we can manage people think that you go to the doctor. They're going to fix you but the truth is eighty percent of your health is determined by what you do not with us. And that's the thing I want people to take away from. This is that you can engage in your own life plan to alter your risk. Don't wait you know people should start. They can change your diet today. They can I started exercising today. They can do yoga starting today. They don't need to wait so new research. Neuro brain cells. Don't age it's your blood vessels day. Yeah so anything anything that damages. Your blood vessels damages your brain so few know how to increase blood flow so things like exercise as and Gingko and beats and Rosemary and pepper. I mean really simple things Can actually help improve the function. Shen of your brain being upon us your table tennis. You're not stuck with the brain you have. You can make it better. And most people don't know that there's actually actually study from England on who leads the longest so they looked at sports. And so if you don't play any sports you don't live long. Tennis players live seven seven years longer if you play football or soccer you don't live longer than anybody else. Because you're putting your head with the ball. People who play racket. Sports live the longest. That's why play table tennis. Because you gotta get your eyes hands and feet all to work together while you think about this spin on the ball. Yeah Yeah I picked picked up tennis when I was forty five and I work at it as much as I can. It's just makes me so happy and I think it has kept me younger and well. It activates your Sarah Bellm and the Sara Bellum You know you're the young people listening. You're not going to know who. This is it horrifies me. I called the Sara Bellum the Rodney dangerfield part of the brain. You gets no respect. He even though it's ten percent of the brain volume it contains fifty percent of the brain's neurons and the cerebral is not just involved in coordination. It's involved in processing speed and thought coordination and so when you play Tana's you're activating the cerebral which has reciprocal connections since with your frontal lobes so it's actually making us smarter more focused. It's really a great game and my goal is really to keep getting younger a younger. I had my telomeres done. which are a measure of the the M caps of your chromosomes and they shorten as you get older but we know from research that through through diet through various vitamins through exercise stress reduction meditation you can actually lengthen your telomeres? It's not a one way street. I'm fifty nine but my telomere says I'm thirty nine. which is pretty awesome correct? TELOMERES are big big. Part about program we use and telomeres for many years But you're right just walking looking thirty minutes sixty minutes walking sixty minutes a day will let them your telomeres and increase your lifespan. By twenty five years just walking sixty minutes a day to some net easy. Yeah let's say you exercise your whole life compared to someone who is sedentary their whole life and you both had a heart attack from the books members for some of these studies. The person who exercise is going to have a smaller heart attack the person doesn't excise level large heart attack. What does exercise do grows? New Blood vessels I can speak for. Hours was on just cardiology and traditional disease management. But I mean here. We're talking about you know more natural ways to stay younger and healthier and live longer. It's great great. It's really great and I think the thinking about aging as a process that's not necessarily inevitable we can with a little effort work. Intelligence Urgence use lifestyle plus various innovative treatments that are regenerative to actually optimize maintain our health and even reverse some of the the things related to aging. Now I look at myself more. I've understood about diet exercise the more. I've implemented it the better I am. I you know I can tell you my my my bone density and my body composition was better than even just three years ago. Even though I'm getting older I'm getting healthy. So there is hope for all of us who are aging aging. Because that's the fastest growing segment of the population. And the baby boomers are all heading there and even if you're young important start young if you're listening because what you invest early pays off later. I've been taking care myself my whole life. I've never really been overweight. I've exercised and as you see. I'm almost sixty and basically as fit as a thirty year old or younger and I think that's possible for everybody. I just wanted to to have hope and believe that if they understand the basic workings of their biology if they understand how to create health that that it's available to them at any time and it doesn't take a long time. You're talking about really months or weeks for people to start to see massive

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"sara bellum" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"The average cardio site. Hartselle has half a million the average per Kenji sell in near in your Sara bellum three or four million Monica Andrea, if with his own little ring, chromosome, which is thirty times more sensitive to radiation and oxidative stress, and your regular DNA now, the little telomere at the India chromosomes each chromosome has Italian Marya Teno talks to your ion channels to let me know acids in and your actual DNA actually. Regulate the production was called origami DNA, which means besides creating structural proteins and enzymes your body has the capacity to pull a program and how to build hand or a foot, or your heart or revealed your because you're fraction clone yourself and new body. I like analogies because most people don't realize as these analogies to kind of get news in insights as to what the body is. No one is older than seventy year old. So we talked about this last segment with Dr true out about the Salvator, Matt, and I have a curious. I'm just used before the show and valuated while I was doing actually at my, my Lumine photon on areas of my body. I wanted to work on now the photon pad, if you put on frequency three it works on skin and narrow actor Derm, which is per server system, which you perform herbs skin central nervous system is years throat bounce back this brain. So yes, somebody has had a concussion, besides putting him in a mild hyperbaric chamber. You wanna put aluminum on their head. You wanna give nutraceutical to get rid of the free radicals and you wanna make? Sure, the lemon meringue syndrome where they're neurons are sheared off, then rights just like the meringue on top of eleven pie. It gets bumped in your kitchen, you wanna fix it. Now every day. Your body is fixing little minor repairs. Having a good little repair crew, and you need the energetics to do that. And what Lumine photon does it raises the energetics of the cells? For example, if you put it over your kidneys, it lowers c reactive protein and the engine, converting enzyme ninety percent. And this is done university. It immediately releases nitric oxide. So, yes, somebody with Jonah. You can put a limit Pat over our chest. And they're in China goes away, if you put it over their lungs. Their ability to get rid of hydro proxy, radical in their basket cells and bronchials goes away. If you've got arthritis, you put the little pads over there, and put it on the Nico setting example, and you take ourself. And now they raise the energetics cells have the energetics to the nutrients, and actually we build a cartilage with college and max join perform. Inflamming arthritic etcetera. So the living patterns that universal heating pan. And in fact, of all devices we have, and they're all I like a lot of why favorite devices and the.

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"sara bellum" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast

The Really Awful Movies Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast

"Know, Sara bellum to body mass ratio. Diddley cert- chimp DNA for it's like, cunning and agility, I don't know I missed that part. But thought men that was also hilarious when these types of movies, there's a certain tone that they try and set, and you let's say with Parana sure, they could be maybe more intelligent or more voracious fish, but they're still fish and they're confined to fish abilities. But the fact that this thing climbed a tree took a break lines. Leaping over fences with no with the abilities of tiger over a whole bunch of cop cars. For a dog does not known for its pros. That was a really funny and hilarious way. To go about things. I've got another thing I've learned this was set in San Diego somewhere in southern California. And they took these two Goumba cups who would not have been out of place in Newark, New Jersey, the Brooklyn, and these guys are URS holsters creating this armpits with the revolver under the arm, and these guys are such fucking walks. I thought where did these guys come from? Let's Chris I asked on us. I'm not as in California after. On italian. I'm not. So, you know, but I we have to qualify that. You are allowed to see that word while you are telling me, no restrictions on this podcast. Really? But yes. You know, day go. You know, heritage like say for a group money your half dago have crowds rate half day. Go have crowed I got to save for a group this not as discriminated against as other minorities pound for pound. The Italians have the most. Ethnic slurs. Both them you can't compete with dago walk Guinea like Reaser resear-. It's an achievement, of course, got Tino. Oh, yeah. Gino, Russ growing up which was funny. You know, well in a large part Italian school, Gino, though, is that still thing that Gino Gina. Winks knowingly. Well, my my ex wife as a talian, and you're the ground cultural, cultural sensor, there are many many persons. You've described as a genus. Of course, gender. So every the city comes with it a sense of pride and a sense of shame and a growing up. I was always trying to differentiate myself from that crew with their loud Camaros and dice in the mirror and affinity for loud. Garish as zuri sportswear there. House music. They're free for blaring loud Stevie b songs from their Camaros. But you're really is amazing. When you think of the jersey shore, we really have that in north Toronto with Vaughn, and Woodbridge, which is to say with the bridge the bridge, and it's it's a commuter community north of Toronto that has the Monica what bridge and these homes with these garish lion stats with talion stone statue. Maybe it's a Medici thing. Like awesome. If they were like Arguelles or something really tackle alliance. And and it's amazing regardless of the Milo. It really is amazing regardless of whether the property would warrant Botticelli or like a lion. It doesn't matter. If the properties fifteen feet across like, you'd have in downtown Toronto where two hundred feet across as you have in the excerpts in the suburbs. These lions they just make their appearance. These these founds these glorious found I don't know what it is aesthetically. Maybe it's just because you're coming from the old country. And you're trying to prove that he made good in the new world. I don't know what it is completely rectal shit. See lines. Okay. That's takes. But hey, it's pretty mysterious. But this cops were really funny, and they're straight out of the sopranos these kind of again, New Jersey in a more Adela eating Goumba types, and they were totally out of place in this movie. And this movie is is at such cross purposes. Totally it's a very suburban movie to really is. Yeah, it's very charming romantic have these violent moments, and you've got these two cops. Like, you said before I mean, it seems that they would they would be transplanted right out of let's say like Larry Cohen, Phil. To place in the wing Zomba's. Indeed. So yeah..

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"sara bellum" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Were sleeping on our side. What ends up happening is. We have all of this bull Woodhead posture activities during the day in we have nothing to reverse that damaging effect at night. So what ends up happening is people are losing the cervical curves in their spine in with this review of x-rays. What found is ninety eight percent of people that lose cervical curving the spine pick up a curve in their Loa back in scoliosis. Basically the hips get thrown out of alignment, so when the is the curvature in the upper spine like a front tobacco richer or side to side curvature scoliosis curvature higher up causing scoliosis curvature farther down. Exactly, so you losing the normal cervical curve so in the lateral plane. So basically picture you head moving forward. Right. That's loss of curve. So. In the lateral plane. You losing the cervical curve. It's called the lower doses. In the lower back, you picking up scoliosis in the people in okay? All right. So so you're sleeping on your side. And it's creating scoliosis curvature of the lower back, it first thing that's happening should lose in the first thing that happens is you lose the cervical kurban you neck, which is causing a scoliosis in yellow aback. Okay. So is that the main issue side sleeping in just just that loss of hip function? No. So when you when you lose the curve in your neck, something very specific happens. There's there's a portion of your brain called you verminous in Vernice Verma's is not like an acronym for something. It's an actual part of your brain. So this is specific potty brain in the cerebellar that it's major. It's major function is to control proprio -ception. Okay. So so you pal incher you're aware nece in space. In when you lose a cervical curve in your spine in in your spine. Eighty percent of all the pro peel sept- of intro -ception into the brain comes from his spinal spinal cord itself. I mean your spine itself. So when you lose that cervical curve what happens is your breakdown propia -ception, which atrophies the verminous in the Verma ses foot. One of the functions is to build the prefrontal cortex. So what ends up happening the prefrontal cortex is executive functioning. So you lose your -secutive functioning in. You lose focus in you lose attention to get irritable. So it's it's it's it's a very very very interesting connection and with the Verma. So this actually been studied before. Yeah. You get atrophy of a part of the Sara bellum from sleeping on your side long-term note, so you get atrophy in a push Sarah ballot from Las appropriate -ception. And in when you lose when you break. Down the spot bio mechanics of the spine that decreases proprio sept- of signals into the brain. So theorising that that it that? Because when you degenerate the spine you atrophy atrophy virtuous, so so when you lose the cervical curve, that's basically degeneration of the spine. Now, what about this idea because we in the past few years have seen the emergence of the knowledge of Glymph, attic drainage that occurs during night asleep, sleep. It's when the brain kinda cleans up cellular garbage. It's it's very similar to the lymph Draymond drainage that Kirch from the body..

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Teen suffering from seizures dies after doctors discover parasitic tapeworm eggs in his brain

Radio From Hell

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Teen suffering from seizures dies after doctors discover parasitic tapeworm eggs in his brain

"An eighteen year olds who complained of seizures in the emergency room. Indian hospitals is not gonna go. Well, turned out to have a parasite in his brain. According to a case study published Thursday in the New England Journal of medicine, doctors nisham, Deb and Zafar of us of the Medical College and hospital and fire Dodd a safari club odd reported the that the patient who appeared in the ER with a swelling over his right? I was having tonic colonic seizures tonic seizures, formerly known as grand mal seizures the disturbances caused stiffen muscles in a loss of consciousness. His parents said their son had felt pain in his right groin for a week. Moved up to his I a physical exam revealed that he had confusion and tenderness in his testy right testicle to learn more about his condition the medical staff performed him. All right. And they found cysts in his cerebral cortex as well as his brain stem, including the Sara bellum. They found out that he had. Parasites that had led eggs in his

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"sara bellum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"I have the I have the opportunity to treat patients I work one on one with people in the treatment room, and I get to I get to talk to people about their health concerns about where where did you come here for what you want to get out of this experience? How can I help you one of the one of the big things that people talk about is there? Elevated blood pressure concerned that my blood pressure has been elevated for people who drive for a living in. They're worried about their CDL license. How do I lower my blood pressure for people who've been told by their primary care physician that they made have look you're cruising towards a heart attack. Your blood pressure is so up, you're overweight. And we gotta get all this down, you're headed towards disaster. So amongst my patient population blood pressure. That's a big one. So a moment ago in our conversation. We just isolated that the overactive sympathetic nervous system is. Going to elevate heart rate, and it's going to elevate blood pressure. So if we want to bring brought pressure down. What we want to really do is just calm the sympathetic nervous system down. Now, I'm not gonna deny there such thing as park plaque buildup in the arteries. There's such thing as inflammation in the arteries, and there's a time and a place for specific nutritional supplements such as the seven flowers that we carry at the Warner wellness center such as vitamin E, these are all important things. But let's for the sake of the conversation talk about some of the simplest things that we can do we want to stimulate the para sympathetic and inhibit the sympathetic nervous system in order to lower the heart rate and in order to lower the blood pressure. So let's think about some tools that we can use to do this. The main part of the nervous system or the main part of the brain that inhibits the sympathetic nervous system is the part of the brain called the Sara bellum the cerebellar is in the back of the skull. And it's it's primarily governs coordinated movement. So if we were going to talk about things to do that would involve coordination, we're going to start to stimulate our Sara bellum another thing that's going to stimulate the Sara bellum in order to inhibit the sympathetic to bring that blood pressure back down. We could use some deep breathing exercises deep breathing exercises getting as much oxygen into your brain and into your body is critically important. And if you come to my lecturer, my workshops at our wellness week, we're going to do some group deep breathing. I lead that. And I teach that with every presentation that I make period, and what we wanna do is. We want to get as much air as possible into our nervous system specifically into our Sara bellum and a sidebar. If you have ever witnessed, I know that none of my patients are listeners fan club has ever had this experience. But I'm sure we've all seen it on TV if you've experienced perhaps a drug or alcohol, sobriety tests point. And you see the the officers are asking the the suspected in the braided party to reach out with their fingertips and to touch the tip of their nose or to walk straight line along an imaginary tightrope that's a neurological tests for the Sara bellum and both of those maneuvers are part of what we call cerebellar rehab that I teach my patients, and the cerebellar is caught the reason why this is such a good test on the side of the road is because the Sara bellum is the part of the nervous system that is most susceptible to oxygen deficit or most likely most likely to be deprived of oxygen. So as we do our deep breathing exercises. We're going to we're going to stimulate the Sara bellum we're going to inhibit the sympathetic nervous system were intern going to bring about a more para sympathetic or a wine and dine type of experience and we're going to start to lower our. Our blood pressure and decrease our heart rate, and when when I when I run through this drill. And when we do this exercise in the in the workshops at their wellness week inevitably people in the crowd will volunteer information about how after only two or three deep breaths. They feel so much more relaxed. They start to feel a little bit more lightheaded that their body starts to become a little bit more synchronized with with their brain body communication, and they start to feel like a whole rather than a collection of moving parts. So this is strategy number one coordinated movements coordinated activity strategy number two deep breathing exercise strategy number three to stimulate the Sara bellum and begin to inhibit the sympathetic nervous system and begin to stimulate the para sympathetic nervous system. And here comes, ladies and gentlemen, and boys and girls of all ages and all my good friends shameless plug for chiropractic adjustments, wishing I'm gonna stop you right there because I've been wanting to get to that probably about fifteen minutes into this broadcast every time, and I've been going to see a chiropractor since I was fifteen years of age nine to ninth grade. My mother said you need your nervous wreck you need. Some all be see and you need to go see a chiropractor and change my life. But every time we would go as a family to get that adjustment. And to this day. It really does feel as though somebody has lifted the weight of the world off your shoulders, so all of this in conjunction with what you're talking about. Is that that total package? Right. Absolutely. That we want to we want to look at people as human beings as our whole body not just a collection of injured parts. And and we see a new patient and they complain about the injury to their shoulder injury to their ankle. And that's important. That's what that's what brought them in here in the first place. That's what that's what drove this particular patient to come and seek help. But in the process of conversation and examination and treatment. We realize that this person is more than just their injured shoulder just injured ankle, and Dr honig men myself Jeffrey news, Nick, Adam, we all have our own techniques in our own areas of specialty work and specialty interests. But the reason why we work so well together as we're all looking at our patients, and we share quite a few patients as whole people. We take a whole body approach listening. When we come back getting Orbach gonna talk neurology. Pain had Howard travels and why it's so important to treat the body as a whole he just mentioned so you're going to get into that. And he's gonna talk more about what he's been discussing up until two o'clock today if you'd like to make an appointment and you'd like to become a patient to get well naturally, you can call this number right now pick up the phone. Call them at four one two nine two two well for one two nine two two well whiner wellness week there fall yesterday ship timber twenty nine through October the six, ladies and gentlemen, CBS radio. News update in just a couple of moments will be his guests. Good afternoon. Hello. I'm Trojan, man. Today. I'd like to talk about mixing it up now. And then. A wise man once said variety is the spice of life. 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"sara bellum" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

"It must then don't to be an exact same replication for a gopher that club is now just another point of their buddy. Yeah. I mean you after a lot of years of training. What you do is you have this pre motor cortex, which is the planning out. Okay. You have the plan of how you're going to do the shot. Okay. And then there's actually carrying that out. So that's going to involve the motor cortex. Also, the Sara bellum, which is fine motor movements and smooth and balance, and these sort of more refined aspects of motor movement. Then you have other parts of the brain than involved in proprio -ception awareness of your body in space and how it's moving right. You know? And then you have also the something called the end zone vinyl cortex, which is like your GPS is said. The until entering Ryan coretec that's right on the Intel anal cortex. No GPS. GPS part of the ring until rhino. Yeah. Okay. So rhino coretec. Going over there. In the corner talk show. That kind of is like navigating in space and remembering where things aren't speak. So you have to enact hall of these parts of the brain, which you've trained over time. So that when you psychologically say, okay, I want to do it, you know, his there, and then have it do a backspin we'll in carrying it out. All these aspects of the brain have to be in coordination for the the big moot muscle movements, the fine muscle movements, and knowing where your body is in space and all of that. So it's it's a whole con- sort of a alka stra of different parts in the brain like working together. It's so funny when you talk about proprio exception, there's a training where say, I mean, people think it's corny when you see what is it that movie where they blindfolded guy karate kid, and he's blindfolded and standing thinking about. He's blindfolded and standing on a pole, and that's actual training for balance athletes because when you close your eyes, your proprio -ception this completely off. That's right. You have to engage everything else. Right. Exactly. And so the idea is to do it without relying on your vision. And if find tunes the other areas of your brain company or ear air, all these other that helps you with balance, right? Professor you said. Well, welcome to the wound. You talked about this coast. The fairways being particularly straight who to your mind will have a better opportunity on the fail. As off the tee in terms of which game will be stronger and better suited to this type of fairway. Well, tiger does have about a two and a half yard driving average distance advantage over Phil. And he's actually a little bit better with driving accuracy and discourses is designed.

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"sara bellum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Tell CBS this morning music helps people shift gears understand insomnia when we go to bed, and we're not having trouble with insomnia. We think bed sleep people with insomnia think bed wide awake. So insomnia is a disorder of hyper arousal and learn behaviors what you've come to expect of your bedroom. So there's science now that shows that music actually influences you at a neuro chemical level and think about it for a second. When you sleep the one sense. That you need the ears. No, you're safe. Right. So sound what do you mean? By that. To know you're saying you're sleeping at night. There might be. You know, our ancestors maybe eaten by predators rates. So they needed to have a way to know the environment's not safe so purring cooing, low tones sounds that come in at sixty beats per minute who are very soothing activate the brain in a way that tells you you're saying I'm used to can prove the quality of sleep. You know, what this is really interesting research? There's plenty of studies on music that show that music actually, activates the brain stem races dopamine than that activates your sensory system, and depending on the news if it's either going to activate it in a way that will relax you and call you to be calm or excite you. It also activates his Sara bellum, which is the area for motion. That's why you wanna move with music. And what it also does is. It's an activates an area for anticipation expectation. And so that's why music can help reset the bedroom. For place of calm since the stimuli in the bedroom. That'll help.

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"sara bellum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From NPR news. The Sara bellum is a part of the brand that is best known for helping us. Keep our balance turns out this ancient part of the brain may have been underestimated a new study suggests it also helps us manage everything from emotions to social interactions to planning NPR's, John Hamilton has more. Sara bellum doesn't get much respect scientists often dismiss it as part of the brain that lets you pass a roadside sobriety test. It helps you do things like walk in a straight line or stand on one leg if you're sober. But researchers at Washington University in sT Louis thought there was more to this Arabella. So they used a special type of Mre to study the brain wiring of ten people, and Dr Nico dose. Inbox says they found some surprising connections about twenty percent of the several is dedicated to motion that eighty percent is that a kid to higher order cognitive functions. What kind of cognitive functions Scott, Merrick post, doc in dozen box lab offers some examples abstract thinking forward planning even holding something in memory producing the words that you're saying it's important for all of those day to day functions that you really take for granted. And that seemed effortless Merrick says the cerebellar doesn't carry out these tasks directly just as it doesn't directly control movement. Instead, he says it appears to monitor the brain areas that are doing the work. And make them perform better. So we think that the cerebellar is acting as the brains ultimate quality control unit. That's still speculation. But does inbox says the finding published in the journal neuron adds to the evidence that this ancient part of the brain plays a critical role in modern life. We already thought that the Serb anonymous cooler than most people thought, but these results were way more exciting and cleared than I could have ever dreamt. Does inbox says most researchers haven't paid much attention to the Sara bellum perhaps because its most obvious function involves something pretty mundane physical movement. But really it's much more about editing. Your thoughts and your internal life. It's just much harder. Notice that I think that's why scientists have been missing it for a long time. And those amok says the new study offers a good reason why alcohol affects a lot more than a person's balance. When it impairs the cerebellar. We have an explanation for the bad ideas. People have when they're drunk. They're lacking cerebellar editing of your thoughts. One scientist who's not surprised by the new studies results is Jeremy Schmidt, a professor at Harvard Medical School. He's been arguing for. Decades that the cerebellar is involved in both human behavior and disorders like schizophrenia. Trauman says the cerebellar has changed dramatically since it appeared in fishing lizards hundreds of millions of years ago. What's happened over time is that the venom has expanded enormously and the parts of Serbia off talking to the parts of the brain upstairs at involved in cognition means that cerebellar is involved in those processes as well and says the Sara bellum performing more or less the same function. It always has. But instead of just making a physical movement smoother and more accurate. It's smoothing out our emotional responses or improving our ability to make good decisions and focus on a task. What we understand is that what sir Adam does to motor control. It does to condition and emotion as well says this cerebellar does all this automatically so we're unaware of its contribution. But when it stops working, he says the result may be a brain disorder. There is increasing evidence from a variety of fields. Now that psychiatric diseases from autism spectrum schizophrenia depression, obsessive compulsive disorder. All have a link to Sara bellum, and she says he and other researchers are already trying to fix some of these problems using treatments that make the Sarab element self worked better, John Hamilton NPR.

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"sara bellum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news. The Sara bellum is a part of the brand that is best known for helping us. Keep our balance turns out this ancient part of the brain may have been underestimated a new study suggests it also helps us manage everything from emotions to social interactions to planning NPR's, John. Hamilton has more Sara bellum doesn't get much respect scientists often dismiss it as part of the brain that lets you pass a roadside sobriety test helps you do things like walking a straight line or stand on one leg if you're sober. But researchers at Washington University in sT Louis thought there was more to this Arabella. So they used a special type of to study the brain wiring of ten people, and Dr Nico dosing box says they found some surprising connections about twenty percent of the seven is dedicated to motion that eighty percent is dedicated to higher order cognitive functions. What kind of cognitive functions Scott, Merrick a post doc in dozen box lab offers some examples abstract. Thinking forward planning even holding something in memory producing the words that you're saying it's important for all of those day to day functions that you really take for granted. And that seemed effortless Merrick says the cerebellar doesn't carry out these tasks directly just as it doesn't directly control movement. Instead, he says it appears to monitor the brain areas that are doing the work can make them perform better. So we think that the cerebellar is acting as the brains ultimate quality control unit. That's still speculation. But does symbolic says the finding published in the journal neuron adds to the evidence that this ancient part of the brain plays a critical role in modern life. We already thought that the Serb elements cool than most people thought, but these results are way more exciting and cleared than I could have ever dreamt doesn't balk says most researchers haven't paid much attention to the Sara bellum perhaps because its most obvious function involves something pretty mundane physical movement. But really it's much more about editing. Your thoughts and your internal life. It's just much harder. Notice that I think that's why scientists in a row just have been missing in front on time. And doesn't mock says the new study offers a good reason why alcohol affects a lot more than a person's balance. When it impairs the cerebellar, you have an explanation for the bad ideas. People have when they're drunk. They're lacking survey editing of your thoughts. One scientist who's not surprised by the new studies results is Jeremy sh Maman a professor at Harvard Medical School. He's been arguing for decades that the cerebellar is involved in both human behavior and disorders like schizophrenia says the cerebellar has changed dramatically since it appeared in fish lizards hundreds of millions of years ago. What's happened over time is at the cerebellar has expanded enormously and the parts of cerebellar off talking to the parts of the brain upstairs at involved in cognition means that so bellum is involved in those processes as well which moments says the Sara bellum is performing more or less the same function. It always has. But instead of just making a physical movement smoother and more accurate. It's smoothing out our emotional responses or improving our ability to make good decisions and focus on a task. What we now understand is that what Sarah does to motor control. It does to cover mission and emotion as well. Mom, and says the cerebellar does all this automatically. So we're unaware of its contribution. But when it stops working, he says the result may be a brain disorder. There is increasing evidence from a variety of feels that psychiatric diseases from autism spectrum schizophrenia, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder all have a link to Sara bellum, and Sonoma and says he and other researchers are already trying to fix some of these problems using treatments that make the Sara bellum itself work better. John Hamilton, NPR news. You're listening to all things considered.

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"sara bellum" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Vibes and. What straight up Sigmund Freud, tesla vibes? I like that you believe it. You know, the thing about him is he he's checks his ego at the door, doesn't he? Oh, very much at all the time humble guy. I feel like when people try to tell me what to do. I feel like they're touching. My brain. Like is all these people black people people are social media people trying to control us on say that would make us all monolithic thought. And you're trying to control our mind. Alex almost touching your brain. I'm not that smart. Okay. No. No, no. Are you somewhat curious as to what it would feel like even when I took a blow to the head? I didn't feel that way me neither control my mind. And it was so much fun to tell me what to do trust semi what I can win. Now where I feel like they're touching my brain. Okay. I'm not a big fan of being told what to do that. Yes. I don't feel like touching. My brain wasn't inappropriate around on these serve. Sara bellum. Hey, let's move. This watch watch what will happen next. I think what did you used to call it? Someone was suggesting to you. You know, like, you need to do this or you need to dress certain way, it was killing your Mojo. I think that's what. Would would kill my modem not touching your brain. Well, my Alice Cooper shirt isn't appropriate. Imagining you like cut you like skull open while somebody.

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"sara bellum" Discussed on Turned Up

Turned Up

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on Turned Up

"Obviously, as reason for that because affects the brain if x the way, we think the way we perceive things and can physically affect the way that our brain operates. It's incredibly powerful. And again, it's one of those things that is human beings we take for granted. We don't even think that. We don't. We don't really think about what's happening to our brains while we listen to a piece of music or even while we create music. But it's a frigging lot Jake. When you think of slow song, you know a lot of times that invokes feeling that's either somber or sad or like maybe a love ballad something that's that's kind of sappy you know what I mean? It strikes a chord with you one intended in your brain. That's that that makes you feel a certain way, upbeat song, you know, it might be more driving or energetic, or powerful, or or empowering or something that might get you riled up or angry or excited. And there's reasons for that does the tempo is creating emotion. It's very powerful. In fact, music. I mean, it can affect our mood. The perception of our surroundings crazy enough music actually changes our brain. In and it. It's what music does for your brain. When you listen to it is the same thing that drugs do for your brain and that is triggering your your pleasure centers of your brain by releasing dopamine. What if what, if you don't like music? What if you physically just don't like music? Does it still do the same thing releases make making Matt? I don't know. I've never met anyone that doesn't like any music man of their people who like solitude or there are people that are on the spectrum autism spectrum who wear, like sounds and music will will affect them just just overwhelm them, but don't know if they don't like it as much as just affects them away that that just triggers things for them. I'm not sure. Yeah. I I, it's a great question because I, I would say, you know, I, I almost said, like, if you don't like music, there must be something wrong with you. But I genuinely believed that there probably is something off in the way that your brain is processing signals for you to just simply hate music all together or not even be able to perceive it entrance, which we'll get to in a moment. Yet. So you're saying that music can actually affect your brain the same way that drugs do bright drugs, sex, alcohol, tobacco nicotine, all those things you getting on Facebook, the things that we love and we do all the time at diction sugar. Yeah, it's dopamine that that our brains are like a. We need to do that again. Yeah. He's actually triggers both have fears of your brain, like you're saying all four lobes. The frontal lobe, the prior told Occidental and the temporal lobe on plus even the Sara bellum just kind of laying out here unite can alternate on these, but the frontal lobe is located just behind the skull of the forehead and governs our ability to reason to make judgments organize information to control some motor muscle functions of.

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"sara bellum" Discussed on A Moment of Science

A Moment of Science

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on A Moment of Science

"Forty thousand years ago. Modern humans arrived in Europe and the came into contact with Neanderthals a human species that had flourished in Europe for more than two hundred thousand years that relatively soon after modern humans showed up Neanderthals disappeared as distinct species and it's not because modern humans were stronger by all accounts. Neanderthals were stronger and bulkier species. It's also not because modern humans were necessarily smarter. The NFL brains were actually a bit larger than modern human brains, but early modern human brains were different in one particular way that might have given them a big advantage. Scientists discovered this by using the and earth all skulls to create digital models of Neanderthal brains and comparing them to digital models of human brains that were warped to fit. The shape of the inside of Neanderthal skulls. Disarmed was found that modern humans have a larger Sara bellum than the end of all brains. The Sara bellum is the part of the brain associated with speech and speech comprehension, working memory and cognitive flexibility. Sarah, modern humans, likely had a big advantage in terms of being able to adapt to a changing climate and environmental conditions, and are greater cognitive, and social abilities may have enabled humans to live in larger groups and form alliances all which may of all modern humans to hunt and generally out compete Neanderthals that Neanderthals didn't disappear completely. In fact, due to interbreeding between the species, many of us carry Neanderthal genes in our DNA. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. There are hundreds moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org. I'm Yale Cassandra darned on..

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"sara bellum" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Not sleep now what happens you can't fall asleep or you can't stay asleep Well then I start Ashley two? Hours in l. like up and then that's okay But anyway I I mean I've tried you know that I've tried all the other medicines and else works not, not to mention that wasn't part of. The problem because I'm busy all the time and? That's, one of my main, concern is there anything that could be done about that Yes I as you're talking I'm thinking of a what we need to what, would work best for you now the. Manures is a little tricky to to work with But there's a couple of things first of all the manures is a. Middle ear type of an issue they call it a disease Couple. Of things here want one is that we want to make, sure that, that middle ear is drained out that it's actually, pretty dry the thing I. Find that helps that if doesn't help it I mean if doesn't get rid. Of it totally and completely it will definitely improve considerably and. Those are two products called antibiotics and Rueda internet's is a drainage formula it'll help to. Drain outing and dry out that middle, ear there's an station tube that goes from the middle ear to the back. Of your throat you cannot. See it's kind of high but a lotta times that gets clogged, and it won't let, that drain out and then things. Like viruses that's, a nice place for virus to show up because it's. Warm it's dark in there Inci Rueda this I. Rueda I actually works on that to help get rid of any what we call a. Munich challenges any immune challenges so the, anthrax Inci Rueda would be for the middle ear there and that would would. Help with the balance now. Let me ask you this have you had any head injuries at, all throughout your life Well let's say did was in a car, accident whiplash and and that was, well guarded when all the forty five and I'll be sixty four Mandy okay that was that was. The four that but it wasn't actually head injury it was just like I said it was a whiplash penalty yeah that that'd be, more more in. The neck area so sometimes if you have a head injury even if it's a minor one like some people. Bend down and they hit their. Head on the car door or something like that that can I've done that 'cause I'm bigly impaired somehow lights, doing some Okay well one thing just to cover our bases and I haven't seen you the best thing to do with if you live, locally here is to, come to the office and get checked but the other thing and the reason I was asking about that because that has to do with. Balance is your Sara bellum which they call the mini brain it's right in the. Very back of. Your brain kind of underneath, the skull there Is Rene RNA will help to fix fix some balance problems that may be going, on with this with, the Sara bellum now the back to you're not having a thyroid there's certain things that we wanna do because that's puts a big stress. On the body and I'm glad that that nature throw it is working for. You One thing we wanna do is we want to get make, sure that the gland is good and strong so that would be I. Think that's a problem I am wiped out from, I'm okay for. First, couple of hours and then I was like, wiped, out I'm just done for until after I ate supper then I'm okay well the doctor and she said. That she said no They know that it that it wouldn't argue, well in her world it might not be but in my world. It is so. What we wanna do is we want to support, the Terry Glenn and that's to atropine then, we got to support. The adrenal, glands because everything when that thyroid doesn't work everything falls onto the adrenals, to, try and make up for it. So that's Drennan that's why you're so tired, in the evening time and if we can get. Your sleeping. Better that's even even more I mean that's. Why we.

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"sara bellum" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"Oh yourself, right. So when you go to tickle yourself, electrical signals flowing from the motor cortex and your brain down to the muscles of your arm and your hand produce that tickling motion. But a copy of those signals is going to a part of the brain called the Sara bellum and the Sara bellum transforms those into inhibitory signals and suppresses those sensations. Wonder aside from from the biology mean there's a social aspect to touch, right? I mean, does touch affect how we think about other people like how we interact with other people -solutely we are specialized by many years of evolutionary history to extract social information from interpersonal touch. It is incredibly dependent upon social context and it's incredibly dependent on cultural contexts. This was really revealed by Sydney, Gerard a psychologist who liked to spy on people in cafes, the nineteen sixties, and it will go all around the world. And he would find that in San Juan, Puerto Rico, people would touch each other on the order of two hundred times in our. These weren't as lovers. These be friends or colleagues from work, and then he would do the same thing in Paris forty times an hour and in New York City to times an hour. Now, London, zero times. Now. And this points out that there's a lot going on that isn't just hardwired into our biology. Our social cultural expectations about touch really influence how we feel about. That's amazing. I mean it it Hughes to kind of a cultural stereotype that we have that people in Latin America are warmer and more generous and friendlier, and the more serve north you get into Europe. People are colder and less willing to engage right away. That's right. In the other places where there's a lot of social touching allowed within the sexes, but between the sexes, it's it's completely bound outside of small children or marriage. I think the crucial thing to keep in mind is that the way we experienced touches utterly dependent upon context amount, Jim, you're having an argument with your sweetheart and then your sweetheart reaches out and strokes your arm and the. Middle of the argument is not resolved. How does that feel? It doesn't feel good at all. If unwanted now imagine the very same touch on your arm. The very same pressure velocity from the very same person. But now in a loving connect time, it feels completely different and it's not that the physical sensations the same. We just think about it differently afterwards from the very first moment you're aware of that sensation it feels differently and that's because our experience of touch is conditioned by context. Yeah. Why ask about the vocabulary around this sense? Because it's fundamental to the way we interact with each other. I say, I'm touched by your gesture where my feelings get hurt, you know these words that we use are so connected to this sense what, what explains it? Well, I think the important thing to realize is that this isn't just a quirk of modern to English. You can go back in English or you can look at many other languages around the world. Not just from the. A European language group, and this construction is present on every language, but very broadly around the world. So I think that is telling us something that is fundamental to being human. And that is there is a deep link between the sense of touch and emotion, and that link is hard wired in our brains. David Linden. He's a professor at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore..

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"sara bellum" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Can push up into your diaphragm and now the food isn't being digested properly so we need to adjust or, pull the stomach down away from the. Diaphragm it's painless and we do it all day everyday my doctors I've. Trained them. All in techniques that. I do and so all my. Doctors can do what I do and it's just crazy. Because when you fix somebody's stomach they wouldn't even your kids, after you they're really. Happy when they don't have to have the. Acid reflux anymore, the medication I'm not against medication make sure. You clear on that I'm all fine with drugs and surgery. Medication if necessary, but a lot of the acid reflux Medications prevent you from. Properly absorbing calcium b twelve Arna magnesium So now suddenly you're, going to nutritional deficiencies big problems, so if you haven't asked, if you have a. Digestive problem it might be physical issue not a chemical issue you. May have pinched nerves going to the organs as a chiropractor my team of doctors were always checking the. Pinch nerves on everybody's three hundred. Six bones in. The body, we're gonna. Fix all of them two hundred six, I'm sorry six months so you gotta, get those fixed She got nervous system working digestive system working and good nutrition that's the three things you have to have. In order to obtain and maintain. Good health let's. Take another, call here. Roger we make your day better Hey Quickly muster has a. Problem she's got her head. Swimming you know what I? Mean a lot to go or. Something Well first, of all it could be a pinched nerve we always check patient herbs I it could. Be an inside your ear your son called a coupler apparatus and you can have little crystals form a, little crystals and there's. Hair inside Kofler apparatus called. Gela Celia actually the Sylvia and? If, crystal gets caught on Sylvia, it gets you dizzy so there's a special day what, did you flush it, out actually what we do is we there's a tapping technique. That we do around the skull my team of, doctors we'll do this technique and it can loosen up those crystals so if. It's not if it's a pinched nerve we check that we check to see if we can tap those crystals loose then we got to, check the cerebellar the back part of the brain because. The Sara bellum where all nerves go up. Into the brain if it's not getting, the proper input Daqing caused, dizziness so there's a simple way to test that we hope we stand, the patient up put our arms around him having close your eyes if. They sway to one side or the other we know that side. Of the. Sara bellum isn't getting. The proper input then what. We do is we stimulate? That part of Sara bellum it's Real simple stuff we tap and we just one side. Of the body and then also you gotta check your stomach because if you have acid reflux the same nerve that controls the stomach Vegas, nerve can also cause dizziness so I've had people found. Something occurs it actually was that organic soup. Mill silk milk oh the the okay, well great I've done it, and I only had to do it for like two weeks and I, just said I don't like the stuff tastes terrible stomach problems went away. The so many people have dairy issues when you cut out the. Dairy Oh good here's my question I really you for tart cherry juice what is it good for, what did you say if breaks down. Uric acid it breaks. Up uric acid uric acid gets in your joints and it hurts yes That's good stuff right there oh, taste terrible but, it's. Great absolutely no. Has, organic. Tortured use but. I love it I drink okay if. You like it? That's good? I tell people dilute it maybe a little stevia, till but if you're a. Good straight man God bless you man that's good. Stuff There you go hey. Listen electrolytes can I. Get that out. A coconut, coconuts any fruits and vegetables Dr Joe? Super agrees, Dr. Joe. Central source great sources of. Electrolytes you go but you answered all. My questions. Thanks Roger appreciate call you. Go, I love, it when people. Tune. In let's see we got, plenty of time let's. Take another. Caller. Let's see here right. Ed how..

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"sara bellum" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"There any longer to the genitalia so the bring him become confused by the genitalia being simulated that experience can be felt in the amputated foot for example that's what scientists think right now you can all say that they have no idea what's going on people are reporting having orgasms and phantom limbs i think it's my new band name to quarter humongous it's i've got some breaking news josh ho how this is a surprise for you my friend okay doctor was added again in this was just released on the old api wire last week wow november eighteenth they kicked it up a notch in had ladies sit in the f m r i machine which is even kicked up notch from the regular mri and they now have the first movie of the female brain as it approaches experiences recovers from an orgasm wow so they put this couple of ladies actually one of them talked about it she did a little i think she blocked about it she said that one of the problems in doing this obviously is you have to not move very much at all because it'll disrupt the data yeah so they fitted her with breathe able plastic mesh helmet that was screwed into the bed keep still and the day elio always go to eyes wide shut for some reason and they told her to practice being still while you know bringing yourself the climax so she duct taped a kiddie bill from her cats what do you call it the caller collar on her forehead and for two weeks practice bring yourself to climax without ringing that bell and she said you know i got good good enough at it to successfully do this experiment and it was successful you can go on the internet now and look this up in watch this video the animated plays you see that tippety building up in the genitalia area of the sensory cortex like it should then activities spreading to the limbic system then it spreads to the limbic system which is involved in motion in long term memory then as the orgasm arrives activity shoots up in two parts of the brain the sara bellum in the frontal cortex.

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"sara bellum" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Oh i think we have we have that controls the release of dopamine it's part of the limbic system and this plays a really big role in sexual arousal and like the high you feel from from certain drugs catcher the v ta or the ventral tech mental area actually releases the dopamine it takes its orders from the nucleus humans akins the sara bellum controls your muscle function muscles very important in an orgasm and the petit glenn here's a this is a big one because it's not just dopamine this pleasure that you sense like it you you just you know it's not just pleasure there's other zeph going on like there's trysts crying after sex like that's not just pleasure that's your overwhelmed with the motion sometimes and that is thanks to our friend the patou terry glenn which releases beta endorphins that decrease pain oxytocin which increase feelings of trust vesa press which increases bonding and a lot of these same hormones in chemicals are released when you give birth when a woman gives birth as well which apparently forms bonds between mother and child and also these things are released think like actually tocine is a lactation chemical as well yeah so both mother and child during breastfeeding bond via have like basically overwhelm with the sense of like i really like you and i get this sense you like me to so yeah oxytocin is called the hormone of love in actually means quick birth in greek and not only.

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"sara bellum" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sara bellum" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Ladies first i bet you not anyway what we're talking about there is different people are affected differently when it comes to alcohol and as you drink more of course your behavior your judgement it becomes inhibited uninhibited i'm sorry you're sara bellum which plays a role in muscular activity is also impacted now the sara bellum has a lot of vascular already has a lot of blood vessels and so when he alcohol gets into your blood system it becomes an issue and you can get a little dopey and that's one of the reasons why you fall down you sara bellum creates balance now a lot of patients come to us as chiropractors and they have balance shoes and a couple of things we do is number one of course we talk about your diet number two we check their cerebellar now i don't want you doing this at home but what you can do is what we do is having closed their eyes we wrap our arms around we don't touch and we just wrap our around him and we see if they fall to one side or the other and if they start to fall to one side of the other that side that they fall to is usually the part of the cerebellar that isn't working as well and so we do a adjustment specific adjustments to stimulate that part of the cerebellar and it's really kind of cool because we can then do it again closer is in the balance balances back so it's neat sometimes it's a digestive issue like one about caller said he feels queasy that could be the vegas nerve the stomach with acid reflux or heartburn of course if somebody drinks if they're dehydrated several different things can cause this could be inner ear issue so we have to go in there and try.

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