35 Burst results for "Stomach Ache"

The Upsell That Made Me Sick To My Stomach...

Marketing Secrets

01:48 min | 10 months ago

The Upsell That Made Me Sick To My Stomach...

"Now what do you think about an offer that so good that you feel six or something actually giving it somebody because it's it's such a good deal. I guess probably the right offer right. Make an irresistible one time offer vaco. Here's i of course may some dollars off so defense in bucks. That's that's an offer but it's not an irresistible insane insane offer when you are sick to your stomach because there's no way we can do this this this i can't give all i can't people this and this and all these things for this price because it's not worth it to me like you're sick to your stomach that's when you're close that's when you probably have the right author and for me. It was this big hog just like. Oh my gosh. Like i've been stingy. I've been trying to my e to make sure they offer the things that i want to sell. Not what people actually want and they're looking at it from my okay. If i'm not making an offer. I gotta make something irresistible right. If only gonna make a fifteen twenty percent conversion rate on accelerate to forty fifty percent it has to be irresistible We're in the process right now of purchasing a company. I can't talk about yet. So as we finalize the deal might be finalized. When get back from lake powell. So i'm sure we can. We shouting it from the roofs but the funnel really buying the same because the funnels are so good like someone buys a product through the funnel the average cart value Is like one hundred eighty dollars saying spend one hundred dollars to sell this product which is crazy right. It's so good but you look at the up so flow and it's the same thing it's like the most insane ears this blah for you. Sure when the personal buying the company from his first print together was like six or stomach ache. I could easily sell his thousand bucks or two thousand or more and i'm going to do for ninety seven mike. We what you can't do that like insane right. We spent fifty thousand dollars creating the kate so through for ninety seven dollars. And when you get that the internal dialogue and you had your fighting it because this doesn't make any logical sense that's when you probably have an actual irresistible

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"stomach ache" Discussed on Pick the Brain

Pick the Brain

08:47 min | 11 months ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on Pick the Brain

"All right here. We just heard that interesting clip about Our microbiome some There was some interesting information. There there was Most importantly a british accent can even make a conversation about microbiomes. Sexy yeah and In poop transplants. Or are you planning on signing for any poop trans anytime soon. When i heard that it caught me off guard i had to do it i i was. I was listening to it walking down the street going to a meeting and i was like that did that developing to listening to listen and i was like what i thought it was a joke at. I like oh we just any set it in a british accent you know just just breeze breeze right into yeah we're just gonna do poop transplants. Okay cool but the concept The concept is actually interesting to me. The idea that our bacteria start to react based on what food they get and it makes interesting it ended makes. It makes total sense to me because i can tell if i go long periods of time without eating something like bread. I don't. I don't have the craving for bread anymore and i had no idea that my microbiome was adjusting itself because of that. Yeah no that was a really really cool In a cool fact. And as i was as i told you i was listening to this walking to a meeting which happened to be a lunch meeting and i opted for the salad as to the breakfast sandwich. So you're like. I need to make my microbiomes. Happy exactly exactly and it does make sense. It's really it's really. You know. I think all this stuff. The more we know just it's also interrelated. There's it's not a secret. Why do you gain weight. Why do you feel like crap. Why do you whatever because you're training yourself and this is i guess the mechanism through which we are training ourselves. Either for good or for bad. It's coming through the stomach. What was really interesting to me is how it can affect certain mental illnesses. And i think even said like your intelligence in your you know that it's all coming from this. One place is is pretty surprising but also kind of makes sense. Yeah i mean if you think about the fact that our brains are essentially making decisions based on what input. They're getting. It would make sense that that input that it might receive from inside our body not just outside of the world that we live in everything that we take him with our eyes and ears mood. Make sense that what's also happening inside. Our body and feeding our brains is going to have an effect on how it functions. And yeah and i think what's compelling about. This is that it's you know it's it's yet another reason that feels more profound to start to take care of yourself and specifically the way you eat because it's not just about oh. Do look good in the stress. You you have the power to affect your mood to affect your outlook to affect your energy all through what you eat and that in self-improvement is one of the biggest things right. He's like. How do i have control over my happiness and where i want to go and my progress and by doing these very simple things you can. You have so much more control than you think again if you throw away the vanity aspect which it which is usually kind of the carrot to get you in the door but it doesn't necessarily hold you there long enough. The real win. Is this idea that you're not you weren't just born and this is the way you are. It's like you're born and you have a fundamental amount of control over yourself and so this is a very tangible way to start taking control. So i think i think that's what was probably the most important thing to me out of this here. It seems like there's a new study that comes out. That's like interesting new information and it ends up leading back to the curious to eat healthy and exercise like it's this matters this matters. This matters and the curious eat healthy and exercise. It always comes back to that. And i guess it's just because some things are so true that we just can't seem to get away from them right right. The answer is always right in front of us. We're trying to find some way some some other things that we can do to change things but it always for some reason comes back to well for the reason that it's the right thing to do. It always comes back to eat healthy and exercise. One thing that we don't hear as often is how strength of stress affects our gut health with a list. So the next article that we're going to hear is just that what our gut is telling us about the level of stress that runner. So that's what's coming up next. Listen to your gut. What stress is doing to your digestive health. Perfect to bring contributor. Kevin jones stress can wreak havoc on your digestive system with symptoms including stomach ache constipation. Diarrhea cramps nausea and acid indigestion. Left unchecked stress can lead to serious gastrointestinal issues. Chronic upset may also exacerbate preexisting ailments like seal in crohn's disease stomach ulcers and implementary bowel disease the ancient greek physician hippocrates known as the father of modern medicine insisted all disease comes from the gut more than two thousand years later. Scientists and physicians continue to learn more about gastrointestinal health. As they do it becomes clear. Just how strong. The correlation is between belly and brain. It should come as little surprise after all this connection can be heard throughout our language when you're feeling nervous you have butterflies in your stomach. When something's wrong you feel it in your gut or in the pit of your stomach. If you encounter something troubling enough you may not even be able to stomach it at all. There are some interesting mechanics involved in the mind. Gut connection strong emotions like fear sadness even joy can activate the fight or flight response adrenaline and other stress. Hormones flood the body. This distress signal is picked up by the nerve endings. In the stomach which can prompt a number of possible changes these include gastrointestinal contractions esophageal spasms and stomach inflammation. It can also make a susceptible to infection in the face of ongoing stress. The metabolism can be seriously weakened. One reason is that in fighter flight mode digestion is suppressed as blood as divert from the stomach to help us deal with the perceived threat. Stress also causes us to produce cortisol and insulin hormones that direct the by the to store fat rather than build muscle. According to dr kenneth coach stress can affect every part of the digestive system. Dr coach is the medical director of the digestive health center at wake forest university. If you're overstressed and your stomach is feeling the wrath there steps you can take to improve your situation. It's always good to speak with dr who can detect if you have any serious stomach ailments you may also want to go to the source and stress. If you're having trouble turning off your anxiety you may wanna see a mental health professional or speak with therapist. There also a number of gentle in activities that can help you unwind. You might practice yoga meditation and conscious breathing or spend time in nature some people find comfort by journaling or spending time with friends engaging in moderate exercise both cardio in weight bearing is another important way to foster calm. He might schedule regular walks outside or on the treadmill give water aerobics. Try or commit to something more. Challenging burn off mental energy on a regular basis. You can determine which type of physical activity would suit your best depending on your fitness goals. The mayo clinic recommends you exercise for at least thirty minutes a day and in times of worry. Some people tend to binge eat looking for relief in fatty salty or sugary snacks. This will do nothing but make the symptoms of stress worse especially in your gut adding nausea constipation diarrhea to the list. This is also referred to as stress eating. Which will also only make matters worse as stress levels. Continue to rise. There are other foods though that offer a mood stabilizing effect. Stress busters include blueberries pistachios dark chocolate milk salmon turkey and green leafy vegetables. It's news that gives credence to another one of parker. Tease favorite sayings. Let food be thy medicine.

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Anxiety, Explained with Luana Marques

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Anxiety, Explained with Luana Marques

"Do you define anxiety. So i think there are lots of definitions but less think about it and overestimation of threat in the rest of nation of your ability to actually handle that threat it's really related to what you're saying to yourself right. Anxiety affects our thoughts. Our emotions our behaviors really our prediction. That we can't handle what's gonna be thrown at us. This is navigating the world fretful frightfully. Both in terms of the challenges we face and our resources. It's absolutely right now. We imagined that resources are not going to be enough to handle. Whatever it is predicting is about to happen. That will have a negative impact. What do we know about what exactly does to the brain. Zaidi really often turns on our amid la the old lizard brang and allows us to start preparing for five flight or freeze in extreme signs of anxiety. It also does something unique about our ability to think it turns off. Our prefrontal cortex should say it is just not as activity. So that's why often when somebody comes to me and says hey i'm anxious and i can't think straight and that's absolutely right. Your brain is just not working. it's best when designing it becomes too much. It's so interesting. Because i mean this is sometimes referred to as the amid della hijack that you get activated the libertarian gets going the repealing folds of the brain are activated and the newer parts of the brain. The prefrontal cortex which does are planning and rational thinking the ability to use that goes close to zero. Sometimes it really does because we don't have some things to run for an alliance in fact the body shuts down a lot of the oregon's so if you are really in a threat situation often people are gonna say in a stomach ache or a have in. I'm sweating that's your body. Just preparing you for dealing with what needs to be dealt with. It would just keeping you safe. And you don't really think in fact you don't

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Mental Health And Matcha Lattes With Dr. Vania Manipod

The WoMed

05:46 min | 1 year ago

Mental Health And Matcha Lattes With Dr. Vania Manipod

"Hi mana pod. Welcome to the wo- med. I'm so excited to have you here. And it's almost international women's day and it will be actually when this episode airs. I'm really excited for that. But i guess off the bat. How are you going to celebrate. I am going to actively participate in the campaign. i love the theme. i think it's hashtag. Choose to challenge. Oh okay yeah. I saw that on the website. Say oh every year i try and think what can i do to promote that day. And the ball is to encourage women and men to kind of like post different ways they plan to challenge and call out gender bias and inequality when they see it and in my opinion it's also kind of trying to find ways that we could each try and figure out you know look within also because i know competition among women is pretty common also to kind of think about if there's times that prevent us from trying to promote other women's accomplishments like what is going on within us to overcome bat. 'cause we're stronger together so got to figure that out we really are and you know it's something that i've i've struggled with two. You know i've felt threatened before about different women. You know coming into this space and starting podcast cinema. Why am i so threatened like there's room provinces totally goes against what. I'm trying to do here. So no like just changing that within myself to has been really cool growth wise and just to try and make space for other women right but i will say it's. It's kind of a struggle. At least you know with while that. I've been dealing within my damned especially during the whole election stuff like that is if i don't like someone else's views and they happen to be a woman. I get attacked with well. I thought you supported all women. And it's like that. That's not what does not what it means again. You cannot like what someone stands for and you can be vocal about that right exactly. You're not you're not alone on this actually something that i've done the work on even therapy to kind of figure out. Why why do i get so down. If i see someone who's doing more women who is doing more than me right right. No that kinda some. If we're going to elevate others that's just we gotta do the work right to figure that out right. I will also say this is. Sometimes i get on tangents. But i saw that. You're fellow macho lover. I am too i have. I make my own macho every single day. And what's your favorite milk to put in a macho a lot. Today i love that question. I i i love like the plant milk so much better. They are and i don't get the stomach aches so i like oatmeal but also combine it sometimes with cashew academia. Okay i might have to try that. I've combined oaten coconut before. And let's really lovely. Yes i do that. sometimes too. It's nice to mix it up every now and that is but i feel like they give you like this even better. Nuttier lynn creamier. Just oh it's so good it's just really good. Yeah i love that. You're a macho lover. So can i ask one question. Yeah i will leave it. 'cause i can go on tangents on macho also yeah. What is your favorite macho powder. The tea shop. That i was getting my macho from got demolished in the tornado. And i haven't been able to get it in over a year. So i will like there on. What's the brand of it. I found it on amazon. It's a little white ten ceremony or so many. there's so many but ones that i hate. It's like i think it's like this sunpower brand or something. It was like it was like almost a yellow. This is not like green tea. This tastes like dirt. Guess this is so funny and for all of you. This mental health related because macho. has some benefits on lessening anxiety compared to coffee. So it's relevant it does. It makes me so calm. And i never fully understood have never been a coffee drinker. I never understood what drove people in the mornings. Feel like. don't talk to me until i've had my coffee. You know or like when they just take that first sip like oh it's so delicious because it's never been delicious to me. I hate like anything coffee. Flavored colusa mocha ice cream. Like tearma sue. I don't like it. Because i don't like the flavor but once once the macho hits my lips and i'm like okay. This must be what it's like. 'cause this it oh calming it is coming and i have to admit though right before the podcast. I did drink espresso. That's fine. i don't usually you joel. Kiviranta jolt and boost. Because it's monday. It is a monday. I had to ask myself this morning too because when my friends like yeah i start my new job on monday and i was like it's monday. Why are you talking to me right trying to get over that monday type monday blues trying to make it not so much of a thing but it's hard it is it is.

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Destigmatizing Crohns With Clare Surette

The WoMed

06:02 min | 1 year ago

Destigmatizing Crohns With Clare Surette

"All right. Well claire. welcome to the woman. I'm so excited to have this conversation and very happy that you reached out to me in my dams yet. Thank you very much for having me excited clerk. Tommy a little bit about yourself. What led you kind of to the to the crohn's diagnosis. They got your symptoms. So i started getting sick right when i turned seventeen which i'm twenty five now. So eight years ago. It was around christmas time and as gang stomach aches and just a lot of intestinal issues. And i figured you know. It's the holidays on e. l. oughta swedes. It's probably just from that. It'll go away but Christmas came and went new years and months went on and it just got worse and going to the doctors. Every week blood tests all the time they couldn't figure it out until they finally four months later Sent me to gastroenterologist. And first time i saw him. He says rare doing a colonoscopy tomorrow. Something's wrong we need to figure out what's going on inevitably led to the diagnosis Were you frustrated at all that it took that long to just kinda get to get an answer like that to to do a diagnostic test. Like that or is very frustrating. I feel like the not knowing can make it even worse because you're dwelling on that and it's causing all this anxiety and i feel like i was really relieved when i finally was like okay. This has a name. We can do something but i had never even heard a crowns until before this. I didn't realize the road ahead of me what who would really entail. I thought okay. It has a name now. we can treat it. We're done yeah definitely. It was not the case. No i mean. I was just looking up to some more like fax and stuff is is what they krones pertains to in females and i read that fifty percent of women with crohn's disease are under the age of thirty five at the time of diagnosis. So yeah i couldn't really find anything about. Teenagers is much. But do you know the numbers on that at all. I don't know the numbers. I know when i first got sick and i've found that from what i've read. Most people get diagnosed either in the teams or in like early mid thirties around there. I believe l. But when i first got sick my doctors at the time social media was what it is today and the only resource. They could really give me was. Here's this book that this man wrote who like a middle aged man and his journey with groans. I thought okay. That's great. I respect but he's gone through a seminary night school girl. Yeah my told me how to deal with my prom. Dress amoud without fainting in Where i'm getting done and just like to do my soccer game like things. It wasn't relatable. And so i knew from then that i didn't know how but i wanted to somehow use my life my story to reach out just to help someone feel less alone because everyone i've talked to if it comes up in conversation and i say oh i have krones they always say oh my cousin has it or someone i know has it. So this prevalent then. Why aren't we talking about it more. Yeah and why wearing there more resources you know. That's what when you had reached out to me. I looked at your profile. And i was like. You're like a shining low beacon of light you know q. In this krones world. And i was just so impressed by you. Not only like you know. You have an austin money. You have beautiful photos in you know in bikinis sporting near to me and just like here is about us. Female who is taking back the narrative of krones. Thank you. i appreciate that. Yeah the awesome me. I've only had that for about ten months now. So it's still not brand new but still fairly new battle came about just when i started krones. My doctor mentioned like we can go through treatments or we can. There's a surgery option and at the time again because it's not talked about much my in my mind just thought a bag is a colostomy which that's it which is not the case i learned. There's ilyasova measor. Which is what. I have and luke an end in all different versions some can be reversed but anyway i went. I wanted to do work on taking medications. Because i wanted to avoid the bag. I don't know cost right through. How many years. Once i transitioned over to an adult. gi who. he's absolutely amazing. Him and his team at mass general in boston are incredible. But i had gone through every. Fda approved medication for crowns that was available and melt them all. And just whatever was going on with my case. Things just weren't working out. I wanna say twenty eighteen. Things started to really go downhill in my junior year of college and things i can tell things were getting worse and we just constantly trying whatever medications were left and just was not working

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Magic Mushrooms: Trip Through the Science

Science Vs

07:13 min | 1 year ago

Magic Mushrooms: Trip Through the Science

"My entire life. We're going to call this guy. Joseph he can remember these anxiety attacks as far back as preschool and when he says via this is what he means stomach ache. Queasiness usually dry heaving or vomiting A lot of tears a lot of crying and just you know like the world's going to end these anxiety. Attacks could sometimes go for days at a time and joseph grow up learning to deal with them. He fell in love got married. Had two kids but then something happened the brutal back a couple of years ago. He found out that his wife was having an affair. she was in love with someone else. And that's when it all hit me. i mean. I immediately spiraled into you. Horrible anxiety. The worst of my life just the world had collapsed. Was like everything. I had spent my entire life working up to and there's these two kids who are involved in everything and it just. It was all gone like i look at my kids and i would. Just start weeping. Joseph went to psychiatrists. They put him on antidepressants. But the mets didn't walk and he was just getting worse and worse. Nothing was helping one day. He sunk down on the couch in total despair and when he looked out something on the bookshelf. It was how to change your mind by michael paulin. The book came out a few years ago and helped popularize. This idea of psychedelic therapy. The drugs like magic. Mushrooms could cure things like anxiety and it felt like this might be the life raft. The get joseph out of this and i'm someone who's literally never up until this point had never taken or had any desire to take a psychedelic but at a certain point reading the book. I knew i knew without a doubt that this was going to be what i needed to do. But obviously he couldn't just to see and grab some mushy off the shelves. The fed still listed as a schedule on drug. It's right up there with heroin. And then so what do you do next. I just started calling everyone. I could think of literally opened up my contact list and my phone and going name by name and saying Is this someone who might know someone who knows someone who you know has access to seconda. Literally it was it was that i mean i called people. I hadn't spoken to in years. Weeping finally reaches a guy who knows a guy and this is how he makes someone who bill call mr troops. He's not a doctor but he gives people magic mushrooms to help with stuff like their anxiety. So after a few weeks of therapy with joseph's regular therapists where he talked about what he wanted to get out of this mushy session. Joseph bought a plane ticket and flew across the country. People are asking me like you don't know this guy. could you trust them. You know he could be giving you poison. Who knows and i said you know what if i die you know. I had nothing to lose at this point on the big day. Heads to mr shrooms apartment would set up his guest bedroom for these magic mushrooms sessions. He brings out capsules with a brown powder inside them and some applesauce apparently it helps the mushy go down better and i said all right so we just opened up one of these pills into applesauce. And he's like. Oh no no we open twenty of them so we we. We literally sat there opening up capsule by capsule and pouring the contents out into a jar of applesauce and And then i just mixed it together with a spoon and just dove right in mr shrooms. Has joseph covers is with asleep. Mosque joy supplies on the bed mites. Go out and some calming. Music comes on and soon it hits it on my god look. I'm seeing all this stuff. This is crazy. What is going on. I started seeing metallic particles in the air like glitter Like confetti like metallic confetti but very very slowly floating in the air and then joseph stop talking out loud and mr shrooms is writing down. What he's saying. Wow now it's everywhere it's right in front of me but it's a different plane. It's getting closer. well okay. So now everything is rotating counterclockwise. And i'm in the middle of it. It feels like a giant cutout. Three dimensional not cardboard of an eagle ab- all the eagle the top part of it has this presence of an eagle's head and the rest of the body feathery thing. There's this line. I don't wanna compare to ans- and through all of this. He started thinking about childhood memories and going through what had gone wrong with his wife. It was just me having a conversation with myself. And i was crying. I mean in such copious amounts and in such an uncontrollable way. And i felt like my eyes were being pushed inside my head and were on fire and so much mucus was coming out. It was like just this major. You know shedding of everything. At that point. It hit me. There was a moment where i realized that i was done. After the whole experience. I knew that the anxiety was gone gone. It's been about two years. Joseph had that session and while he's still going to therapists. He says he hasn't had severe anxiety attacks since no dry heaving or uncontrollable crying. I feel like i am cured. I feel like. I am happier than i ever was. Before can this be for real. How on earth could one trip curious. Someone's life long anxiety severe depression and if this does really what should we all be spending the twenty twenties tripping balls today magic mushrooms ditch. There tied i and get a lab cart because when it comes to magic mushrooms. There's a lot of oh my god look at. I'm seeing all this stuff. This is crazy. What is going on but then as science science versus magic mushrooms is coming up just after the break

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Are You Addicted To Stress

Break The Rules

04:57 min | 1 year ago

Are You Addicted To Stress

"While hello hello hello. Welcome to another edition of the breakable podcast. Where he's quieting with noise in the health food infants world today and superstock. How dr heidi hannah in hosni is chief. Energy officer of synergy s accompanied writing brain-based hell if performance for instance individuals and organization. She's also a senior researcher with the brain health initiative and fellow an advisory board member of the american institute of stress and today is the episode of stress. We're talking all about obsolete concept Addiction which i never really heard of thought about intel deduct. Heidi hearing a little bit about your take on that. A doctor dr gary. Thanks for coming in and play. Just give us a little bit about crown about who you are. And what got you into doing. Worker in the world around stress neighboring. Yeah well first of all. Thanks for having me. I love that used the word stoked because it's one of my favorite words. We were just talking a little bit before we went on about our backgrounds and where we come from and i actually grew up in portland oregon which i love. I love the pacific northwest. Still feels like home. But i always full actually it with affective disorder pat a lot of anxiety and depression growing up and felt like i needed to live in a sunny. Climate ironically ended up getting rights. Our shift to play softball penn state which was not much better than i moved to orlando for ten years thinking that would give me some sunshine and it really just gives me a lot of like under storms and eventually made my way to san diego and one of the things that i have been doing for the past few years with reef which is a global beach brand looking the benefits of the beach on our brain health and performance. So anytime i hear someone say you can see me. I know people are just listening to this. But i've got my relief hat and it's at palm trees and i just i really feel like we can benefit from taking our brain to the beach even when our bodies stuck at home are second office and there's some strategies you can talk about a little bit later about how Do that so. I'm background my history really. I got into this. Because i had to to survive. I was i was misdiagnosed. Has a child A lot so around the age of ten started having debilitating headaches and stomach aches and panic attacks and panic. Attacks were so extreme. I would actually faint and lose consciousness so my parents you know not knowing what to do about it to say misdiagnosed me with things like kimia food allergies kind of like throwing darts on a dartboard and ultimately they said you know probably just stress so hard. Remember like okay. I'm ten eleven. Twelve how How bad could stress be. Why is it literally like hijacking my brain and the most inconvenient circumstances like on flights on first dates on job interview so i am a life journey. Like trying to figure out how to help myself. Just get through the day and became fascinated with these different topics. So it started. I got a master's degree in psychology. And i wanted to become a therapist. So it's working with a lot of people struggling with different things and just saw. How much nutrition was playing a role in their mental health. So then i got my first in holistic nutrition looking at the different ways that behavior mood and things and then always do not. I got certified and different fitness strategies exercise physiology and then i ended up working for this really awesome company called the human performance institute and it worked for them for ten years where we worked with professional athletes and executives really helping them understand energy management like their physical emotional mental spiritual energy and that was amazing. Except i do. I feared the most every day which was public speaking and flying so i was traveling all around the world kind of teaching people what to do but the not coping well with my own stress and wallo. That was happening. I had my third emperor diagnosed with alzheimer's disease. And i started looking the research about the brain and the nervous system and realized that the number one risk factor for cognitive decline in dementia was actually chronic stress. Live off of wait a second. I'm living with chronic stress. And i know this. Why am i acting us way. And that's actually one of the reasons. I wrote the book stress a holic and started looking at stress addiction was. I know this is good for me by yet. I kinda don't wanna stop. And then the more started talking about that book to my clients. They would all say. Oh my. gosh that's me. i'm addicted distress. But the funny up part and we can. Then they'd say well. But i don't want you to take it away from

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"stomach ache" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Okay, and both of them sent me to paint man from people for the pain and they would do nothing but what starts so know what starts The pain. What creates it? Is there anything that makes it worse? Um, no, it gets it's there all the time. It's like you have a stomach ache. Okay? What's your diet like? What's for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Oh, meaning potato types. Do you have a lot of grains in your diet bread? Pasta. Rice. Yeah, okay. For so many people that I have seen over the past 32 years. People come in complaining of stomach symptoms. We've always taken a look at the allergy mechanism because it's extremely common much more so today. People are eating foods that are causing inflammation and symptoms and their got 70% of your immune recognition is with in your gut. So the reason I asked about those foods and grains is because overwhelmingly when people come in with stomach symptoms, and we tell them to cut out the grains That their symptoms dissipate and go away, including Gastroesophageal reflux, bloating, indigestion. Cramping. So it is likely that you're eating something that your body's reacting to It could be an allergy that we could determine through skin test. It could be a chemical in the food or the fact that some of the food's now a lot of foods Our GMO foods. And we core like this with people. Interesting thing is when people travel to other countries into Europe. And they have bread or pasta or rice. They have no symptoms yet here when they eat those things, they have significant problems with their gut so Anything got related. We always To be thorough test for the allergy mechanism. Okay. No one is even suggested that because I think doctors in general Are looking to give you Ah, treatment so that you get benefit whether it's a Pilar. And antacid. Something to coat the stomach. Cara fate suspension or no, I mean, they're looking to give you something to change the symptom, not really looking to find the cause. Or changing the cause. And they've all said it low the stomach well below the stomach. You have the stomach organ, You know, which is the next area from your esophagus. And then you have your intestines. So it would be hard to tell you exactly where the inflammation is without taking a closer look, I'm sure the doctors have done The scope. I'm sure they've done basics may have done basic blood work. But when you're not looking More specifically. At the things that are microscopic, as opposed to things that are large, like tumors or bleeding. Um, you look for the microscopic things. You can see a great deal more than just looking for the large scale things. So I will make the movie. I would test right off the bat. The testing me do on Wednesdays and Saturdays. We have our technician and do the food allergy or inhale ontology testing. So sometimes people come in on a Wednesday or Saturday, so they know they can get the testing done. Okay. Thank you very much Loved help. Thank you for your call. OK, bye. OK, Phone lines are open. If you'd like to call and ask question you could do so now 108 for eight w A B. C 108 for 89 to 2 to let's go to Patricia in Brooklyn. Hi. How are you? Great and you great. Okay. I was I had gone to any adopted because when I turn on my right side T sleep I get almost like a little something in my ear almost like a heartbeat Slightly. And he looked in my ear and not He wanted to send me for a nimble, right. Cassie didn't know the cause. And I just didn't go for the M r I What would that be? Well, sometimes you're leaning up against her. You're pressing on a blood vessel in your hearing and feeling that Pulse through the blood vessel, depending upon how that blood vessel courses through your neck, or your head's not unusual. A lot of people feel that a memory of your head is sort of. Ah, Great way of looking to see whether or not something worse could be there like a vein or artery malformation or a tumor or something, but They're a lot of people that will lay on one side, whether they put their arm up for armed down that may be pressing on the vessel and hear that, you know. I feel that pulsing sound, it's not turn right and unusual. Okay, Great Having, you know, interesting, You know, for a lot of people that You know, let's say or fifties and beyond. Sometimes doing that extra test makes a great deal of sense. Because a you might find something you didn't know was there and you want to act on it. And b, you might find nothing. And now you know, Okay. You know my brain or my joint or whatever part of the body looking at, you know, might be okay. So sometimes during those tests makes a great deal of sense because You're learning everything about that area. That's why the memories is such a good test. Okay. Thank you so much. You're welcome. Thank you for the coal. So we have a new video up on the website wanted to make sure I mentioned that. And the new video talks about a gentleman that had Horrible, horrible cluster and migraine headaches. And these types of headaches when they're that bad, and they're there for that long. Sometimes they're called suicide headaches because there are people you know all over the world that have had such horrible headaches and nothing helps. Medications don't work. A list of things goes on. The doctors have tried and people have no benefit. So this is ahh, wonderful story. The gentlemen up in Canada. Who was friends with a friend of mine. I was having a horrible, horrible time, really couldn't work couldn't function. They did all sorts of things meds. They even did some Surgery into the brain. And you know, no benefit. And when he spoke to my friend, my friend told him about what we did. He came down to the procedure and his results were nothing short of spectacular. And he is functioning wonderfully perfectly. He can't believe that everything he went through before didn't work. And now this Result has become so wonderful from his headaches are gone. So we did it stem cell therapy for him, the intravenous and the nasal approach..

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Magic Spoon, A Healthy Breakfast Cereal

20 Minute Fitness

04:09 min | 1 year ago

Magic Spoon, A Healthy Breakfast Cereal

"Gary Welcome to the show. Hi, thanks for having me. Well, can you describe to our listeners what magic spoon radius of course magic spoon is a breakfast cereal company that I launched in April of two thousand nineteen. So just over a year ago and we are recreating all of your favorite shout who'd sugary cereals but without the sugar essentially. So imagine whatever your favorite junk cereal was an I imagine it worth more protein and less carbs zero sugar actually legitimately healthy for you. But with the and texture of all those sugary cereals, we we all loved growing up, right? Yeah. I had to look actually at the nutritional labels off both magic spoon and then fruit loops. A popular child with choice of of many, and I can see both serving of about one, hundred, ten, two, hundred, eighteen categories, but magic spoons. Macro makeup is completely different I'm seeing that it's fruit loops gets like eighty five percent of their calories from cops out of which about half come from Shoka match gets nearly eighty percent of its calories from fat and protein. How do you achieve that? Correct? So we've basically got a similar Carolina recount. We've swapped the protein and carbs around and we did riot by basing our SERIO ON A. Blend of protein slits, we primarily use a milk pudding ice lit as well as a way protein concentrates and use that instead of the wheat flour or corn flour rice lower than most classic serials, and then rather than sweetening with thigh high fructose, Corn Syrup, or perhaps akin sugar we use a blend of natural sweeteners that are essentially zero calories. So specifically use Stevia and monk route and three those in a specific combination allows us to get as close as possible to that sweet tasted sugary cereals without actually putting sugar into the products. I am because I was curious because I'm certain food scientists and then I saw you know like you have a blend of fruits, Steve Young at Lowe's and the nets reason to really achieve that that flavor or is it something else as well? So that's the sweetness the flavor itself. Ingram comes from natural flavors. Basically Ryan's depending on ever. We have a obliterate flavor, for example, some of us. Are Real Blueberry powder in that Labor, and then will actually get the colors from fruit and vegetable juices used in very small quantities. So not really adding any sugar but are You know some of our flavors resemble US beet juice, beet extracts read flavor fritzy cereal Spirulina to get a blue collar on our blueberry cereal. For example, the different gradients are different purposes but in general everything's entirely natural. Even. Though of course that doesn't mean very much nowadays but premium high-quality ingredients and high in protein sugar, a would not expect that actually when you look at like a package off fruit loops that they can be actual flavors in it. So it's it's quite impressive and you also have an oil plan with within magic spoon riot. Can you talk more about that direct? So he's a blend of. Highly Sunflower oil, and then avocado oil. Basically, you didn't oil to bind the colors in the flavorings to the base of the cereal and we wanted to, of course, was high quality. Fatty Acids rather than just like sure low-quality seed oils and so high elects unclear. Oil pretty different from regular Orlando it fatty acids and those are the same sort of saturated fats that you find extroversion. And of course, avocado oil very healthy as well. Got It and just going back to the sweeteners, and now that in recent years, the had been quite a few studies on a variety of different sweeteners and some of them half a good and some have a negative impact on one's microbiome worried as long fruit steve here on LAS, stand on that. Do you now that? Yeah, they're good impact which is why we chose them. So Chicago halls are generally very good. So bunch of using things like A. Recruits all tell which can have a negative impact on my own, but also caused just looting and general or stomach aches and a pretty large portion of the population. So we want to avoid sugar alcohols for that reason, which right meet means ingredients are more expensive. So obviously, stadium for are more expensive than a lot of the other sweeteners that might still be natural but he come with other issues, and so we wanted to avoid those issues, which is why you chose these three. Got It. So

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Community Check In

Therapy for Black Girls

05:38 min | 1 year ago

Community Check In

"I thought it was time for us to do another community check in given that there continue to be so many threats to our mental health. I want to start by letting you know that if you are not feeling. Okay right now it's totally understandable why you would not be. I know we sometimes hear glimpses about the ways our mental health is being impacted but I don't know that we're always aware are able to recognize the significance of what's happening when many of us are currently experiencing in terms of the pandemic racism unemployment police brutality it Cetera. Is a prolonged stress response. And our bodies are not designed to be able to withstand prolonged exposure to stress. When we experienced a stressful situation. Astra's hormones are firing up to help us to take care of ourselves in the event of an emergency. When the stress will leave in his past, are homeowners should go back to normal. But if that's stressful event never passes our hormones and our internal emergency system stay on alert. In session thirty, eight of the podcast you heard Dr Hodge Talk About Stress Response as the one you might have if you were being chased by a bear. In this instance of course, you want your system engage so that you can get away from the bear but if there is no bear, it's damaging an unsustainable for our systems to stay engaged in the same way. With, many of us have been experiencing for the past couple of months mentally and physically is reacting as if the bear has been there the This heightened state can lead to a host of concerns like headaches, difficulties, concentrating stomach aches increased heart rate an heightened blood pressure just to name a few. In our car in reality not only has the stress relief event not past we continue to get hit with new stressors. So it's really important that we be tapped into how our mental health is holding up and be able to recognize when we might not be doing so well. So I WANNA share a few questions for you to consider. So, that she can be more intentional about checking in with yourself. Number One. Are you feeling a little crispy around the edges? We know that when stress is heightened our ability to regulate our emotions diminished, which sometimes means that were more irritable. Additionally it's important to remember that depression doesn't always look like someone Sullen and staying to themselves sometimes, it looks like the person who snapping on others for no apparent reason. So if you've noticed that your patients has gotten a little thinner. You're yelling when you don't typically or it's a little harder for you to show grace to yourself or to others. Take moment to stop and tap into what might really be underneath the irritability. Number two. Are you managing your anxiety in ways that are actually helpful when we feel anxious and out of control, it's normal and helpful to try to control the things. We do have control over it. Many Times. This actually works, for example, controlling what you can relate it to cove in nineteen in terms of washing your hands, wearing a mask and keeping a distance are all things that are helpful and may actually help bring down your anxiety. But sometimes are attempts to control. Don't always stop with the ways that are helpful in managing anxiety. So pay attention to whether you've been doing things like getting into power struggles with your partner or your friends are micromanaging your employees. These things may seem relatively innocuous, but they could actually be unhelpful the chimps and managing your anxiety. Question Number Three Are you really allowing yourself to feel your feelings. Now. This is a tricky one because there are plenty of environmental cues that would lead us to believe that things are okay and somewhat returning to normal. But this rush towards normalcy is unfair. It's unkind and it's damaging. We're being expected to show up again in our offices. Send our kids back to school hop on zoom call after zoom, call as if everything is okay and it's not okay. And so even though the world may be signaling to US hey, it's okay. You're fine. I want you to take a step back in focus in on how you're really feeling when everything is quiet. You may notice that you're purposely not staying engaged with reality because it often feels like too much to bear and I get it. Are. You may notice that you're spending lots of time throwing yourself into tasks because the way to the situation feels like too much and again I get it. It is too much and how we choose to or need to cope in situations where resources are depleted are valid but I do want you to pay attention to it and be mindful twitter you're doing.

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A Pediatricians Guide to COVID-19 and Cellular Resilience with Dr. Elisa Song

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

06:21 min | 1 year ago

A Pediatricians Guide to COVID-19 and Cellular Resilience with Dr. Elisa Song

"Welcome to the broken marine podcast where we dive deep into the topics of neuro plasticity epigenetics, mindfulness, functional medicine mindset, and more. I'm your host droid and each week my team, and I bring on a new guest who we think can help you improve your brain health feel better and most importantly live more. This week's guest is Dr at Lisa Song Dr. Song is an integrative pediatrician pediatric. Functional Medicine expert and most importantly Amama in integrative pediatric practice whole family wellness she's helped thousands of kids get to the root causes of their health concerns and help their parents understand how to help their children drive both in mind body and spirit Dr Song as taught around the world on integrative pediatrics topics for multiple podcasts in summits including functional medicine Australia Bio Circles, Australia integrative medicine, and mental. Health Institute for Functional Medicine A for 'em and a lot of other really incredible institutions, organizations that the song created healthy kids happy kids in online holistic pediatric resource to help practitioners in bridge the gap between conventional in integrative pediatrics within evidence-based pediatrician backed approach Dr Song Thank you for being here on the broken brain podcast. Thank you for having me. It's an honor to be here with. You and your audience, and I wanNA give you just like a massive dose of gratitude because for so many of my friends I don't have kids, but I want to get educated on his many of these topics as possible not just as a podcast hosts in a community leader because I wanNA learn for myself in the future. This is probably not the last pandemic that will ever go through. Talk about help for Awhile Joe royle knock on wood. But I do want to say that for so many in the community right now you are the voice. Of Reason, you are the voice of really helping people understand what's real what we don't know because there's a lot of what we don't now and you've run so much peace to so many families. So thank you for your incredible work and I know it's a team effort. You know your husband, your kids the whole team over there that's helping out but really utilize. Knowledge you for that. Thank you that means so much to me. Yeah, absolutely, also I want to check in because in addition to use servicing your online community and your patience. Your family you've been very vocal about this has had first-hand experiences with Cova nineteen and we're gonNA talk about that. But I just WANNA check it on a human human level. How're you doing during these times? You know I mean it's crazy times everybody. My son and daughter for those of you who follow me they actually contracted co bid on. I mean really it was about a week after we wanted to quarantine. So we all went to quarantine from school Friday, the thirteenth, and then maybe seven to ten days later my daughter got sick cough fever search you have a little trouble breathing. Thought well, this can't be Kovic she's been in quarantine right? We haven't been in contact anybody in as far as I knew there was nobody at school who had had covid Right, around that time when quarantine was happening, I had a little bit of a sore throat and a headache nothing major but I did my usual kind of functional. Medicine Integrative Medicine dosing that I do and I get sick and I teach families. My husband had something similar but we we were fine then a week after Kenzi got sick she recovered ten days fever cough you know not feeling well little bit alot ish tonight a similar. She got maybe about ninety four, ninety, five percents but that's literally on Day ten. It was like the switch flipped she she bounced back and she was completely like nothing ever happened. A few days later, my son starts to get a fever and I'm like, oh no, it's going on here. Right at the time. Remember early in the days of the pandemic testing was really not available I mean that available. Right so but then even more. So I managed to get a swab and do swab my child, which is not fun experience and the Senate to quest four days later it came back negative. Okay. Maybe she caught something. Weird, right Then when Bodey start to get, he had a fever and stomach ache his tummy was hurting him so much that was his symptom and that in the fever little bit a sore throat and so I thought and even back then the early days remember we we know so much more about covid nineteen than we did back in. February march and remember this is March back in the early days we still have so much word learn right but abdominal pain was kind of maybe a symptom maybe not subdue might. So I'm thinking maybe he's got a stomach flu but in the back of my mind, I, think, okay this has to be Govan. So he he then so developing abdominal pain fever really bad headache a little bit of a cough. He started seeing things and hearing things, which is really frightening He sought a wall. Yeah. He had auditory visual hallucinations. He heard voices in his room. He would see the wall moving in and out and kind of scary people in front of him. Here's H-. You really mean people saying I mean he he said he was embarrassed to tell but really bad words right? Like you know words you wouldn't use in polite conversation and so and then he got a rash on his face and pink guys, right Thank goodness back. Then the really weren't reports of this Kawasaki Like Disease Right. Multi-system. Inflammatory Syndrome associate with children. Because if I had known about this phenomena I think I would even more freaked out than I already was right but his oxygen levels dropping he did go to about eighty eight percent at which time I did bring him to the ER. Now I was low dam up with all the supplements that I had researched. You know for Kobe nineteen both preventatively am for support. Active Illness and I fully one hundred percents. We're GONNA talk about some of the things that I did but that the interventions that I was able to do for him through the through the research really helped him to bounce back very quickly.

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"stomach ache" Discussed on Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

09:18 min | 2 years ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on Beauty Marketing Simplified podcast

"I am excited to talk to you about today's topic. I have to say it's been a crazy week and a half. My girls were sick last week and was running a fever with a stomach ache. Which you know freaked me out with a whole covid. Nineteen and the other one then had a little bit of a stomach bug. Everybody's okay now that I got aired. Obviously and so it's been a crazy ride. Hopefully you are doing all right. We're going to talk about the three things that you must have for your marketing message about influence and persuasion for your audience. So that they pay attention to everything you do and this is going to be a little piece of my amplify method. That is part of the elevate. Program is so. This is all about improving your marketing message. So I I want to just say that a when I had this moment of fear with my daughter being sick and all the worry I could not focus on business and obviously when your child is sick or a loved one is sick. It's hard to focus on anything right. You just want them to get better but it also made me realize after this. How sphere and we've been talking about this with the whole covid nineteen healthier will just realize you. I mean it really will distract you. It basically just stops you in your tracks okay. And if you're feeling that with your beauty business before we get into the marketing message. I just had a side message when it starts to take over your mind. If I can't do this whether it's doing a facebook live whether it's putting yourself out there with your business again you just really have to pull yourself out of it and I know that's easier said than done sometimes but it's super inconvenient. That's what I realized life can be inconvenient. And at least Nichols has this. Great quote is. She says that convenience and conviction don't live on the same street or live on the same block and basically it's like your conviction for helping other women and your beauty business and providing for your family and all of the reasons that you started the business your conviction and convenience of like well. It just doesn't feel good today or oh what if people judge me or I don't want to put myself out there. Those two cannot live together right and you know to be honest. Like if I'm really being honest it wasn't convenient for me to do. Today's facebook live because I was focused on my daughter and other things so I really didn't have a lot of time to prepare and that's inconvenient but to me I value consistency. Okay and the great news. Is You guys get to benefit? 'cause I'm calling a little bit from the elevate program to share with you a little bit of the methods that we used for your marketing message. So that's kind of how works out so we're gonNA talk again about the three. Must Haves Four your marketing message? And I think it's funny because sometimes we can get started in. Get into like the tactics like you know. Just tell me how many times I post on facebook. Just tell me what's the best time to post on instagram? Or just you know the tactics of it without really getting to the core. Which is your marketing message. And one of the things with your marketing message. Number one is first of all. I WanNa talk about when you have your marketing message dialed in. You are able to really connect we always about connecting with a heart a heart in the mind of your clients and of your prospects. Now we are working. We're talking mostly today about influence and persuasion. And when I say those words sometimes people think oh that sounds negative especially the word persuasion. It's almost like you are talking somebody into doing something they didn't want to do like we have a negative connotation with it right and really what's happening is it's not negative at all because remember as I always say your client has a problem and you have a solution okay. And it's all about conveying that in a way that is compelling and they see the value of your services so that they take action. That's simply what your marketing is about. Right and the word prospect right prospective client if you break that down into Latin. It's pro which means to go forward like proceed right. The word pro is to lean forward or move forward and then specked inspectors from like spectacles. Like glasses it's like a looking glass to be looking at so they are leaning forward and looking at Your Business Right. They're interested so now it's our job. They've already said they're interested now. It's our job to just convey our value and then give them a reason to take action so they're seeking answers so my first question to you is. I want you to write this down. What is their intention now? I know you're thinking like what is their intention. Why are they coming to you? Obviously you know that they have a problem. But I want you to keep on digging down. We do this. Exercise called but why? But why. But why right if you have somebody that comes in and Cleans? Your House helps you with that. Why are you wanting that service? You're winning not service so you have a clean house. But why so that? If people come over they don't think it's filthy or it's a mess. But why do you want that well because you want to be perceived as a good mom and a good wife and a good person or whatever? There's always a deeper. Why so keep doing that? Why exercise what is their intention for coming to see you. And keep going through the Y. Y Y okay. So that's the first thing is really getting clear on their intention and the next part now. We haven't even gotten to the steps. This is kind of like the extra part of it the kind of the homework before the work thing so the next thing is what is your intention now. I know my audience. I know you are all good so you are showing up to serve them right. You are showing up with good intentions and we want to understand what those intentions are. And that way you're helping them. It's not about just getting them to sign up or just get an appointment or just selling a product. It's really so much more than that. Right it's a deeper help right into that. Is your intention and when you tap into that it will come across more genuine and it won't come across as sales. Do you understand where they're at. Okay and do you have these? Are My questions for you? You can give me a Yes. You can answer them in your mind. I prefer if you engage with me that helps me you have a reporter Building Strategy. So this is important. Even when they're first interacting with you on the phone like sometimes people just call now like what are the prices for your Brow Services? Or what's the price of that product? Or WHAT'S THE PRICE RIGHT END? So it's very easy for us to just Kinda give them the price and make it very transactional because we're in a hurry. They're in a hurry. And so we're we just get along with our day and that's truly not serving them. So do you have a rapport building strategy? Because unless you have a rapport building strategy. Then you're not really building that trust with them and remember we always talk about the know. Like and trust factor. That people need to get to know you to like you. Entrust stew for them to want a beauty product or service from you right for them to trust you right with their base and how they look right so it could be just as simple like great. How's your day going so far like a simple question an or you know? Let's figure out why you want this service or can you tell me a little bit more about what you're struggling with. Whatever your question is there needs to be some type of rapport building strategy? Kate and that is the way to have influence. The word influence is actually if you break that down into Latin Word influence is to be in flow fluid flow so you are flowing into their life rate. That's how you have influences end to be able to help them. Have the service right and persuade them your services of value and that they do need to do it right now. Now is the time to do it. And you are the person to do with with the service with right. They need to be inflow. You need to have that influence with them. And what's so interesting about? That is a lot of times. People have objections and their objections. Are you know? Is this the right service for me? Is this the right person to get the service from a Ken? I right sometimes. It's not even about US sometimes. It's about them. Can I do this? Their own theatre.

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Bulletproof Your Kids Immune System with Integrative Pediatrician, Dr. Joel Gator Warsh

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

09:38 min | 2 years ago

Bulletproof Your Kids Immune System with Integrative Pediatrician, Dr. Joel Gator Warsh

"Dr Joel Gator Wash. Welcome to the brokering podcasts. Thanks so much for having me here and I just want to start off with one thing. You're doing something really cool. I WANNA plug it. Because I'm not a parent yet but I know the first thing is that everybody's always asking me because they know him in this space who's an integrative pediatrician and I know you are here one in La. But there's not a lot of them that are out there the same way that are functional medicine and integrative doctors that are there for like adults. No there's so few integrated pediatricians and so. I hope there's GonNa be more in the future and we're trying to talk more about integrated pediatrics and get more pediatricians involved. But they're just really is very few people. I think there's like three to five in Los Angeles right. Which is crazy. Because there's so many here and everybody's so into all this holistic living in and wellness but anyways what I was leading up to is that you have an online summit coming up. Integrative pediatrics summit it's inaccurate. Integrative PEDIATRICS DOT COM. Just give a quick plug. Because I want people to hear this. I normally get the plugs and but any because there's so few pediatricians and we really want people to work with great practitioners out. Their parents who especially with young children are looking for resources. That are out there. And because there's not that many pediatricians that are available. Where DO I turn? Where do I go to so you have an online summit coming up? When does it happen? And what can people learn from the shore? That's going to be on March. Nineteenth to twenty third it's going to be at integrated pediatrics. Dot Com and we have a combination of top experts. From around the world we have integrated pediatricians. We have experts in various fields. Like homeopathy supplements meditation and we also have a bunch of celebrities as well. Who are interested in being involved From the MOM Perspective or the Dad perspective some of them might have either use integrated medicine for their own families who had kids that were sick or dealt with their own health issues in started really paying attention to this. And that's where I feel like most people get introduced. Integrative medicine is when they've been through the regular system and they get really frustrated with it or there isn't any solutions or all come back normal and so they look for maybe an alternate solution or maybe one of their friends had such a good result from something integrative and so then they start searching it out and then they realize how amazing some of the solutions can be and so that's where people get really plugged integrated medicine and so we're trying to feature that it's going to be a free event online for five days you get to watch everything one hundred percent free. There's no catch and we just want to get the information out there and introduce people to a lot of the integrative practitioners from around the country. Yeah so I don't start off that way but again if you're listening to this you probably are fascinated about that. And that's a great resource. It's free sign up okay. Let's jump in an interview. I will start with Hero's journey we already talked about it. There's so few integrative pediatricians that are out there how did you get into it yourself so for me? I got really frustrated with the regular system. The really short visits just treating antibiotics for everything and my wife was very holistic minded. You grew up in a very holistic family and seeing a lot of her friends go through the medical system for years and really not get better and then maybe to naturopathic doctor or Chinese medicine doctor and get better and to me. That was a lightbulb moment. That said you know. Maybe there's something more we need to learn. I don't WanNa just have to give antibiotics for everything. I WanNa have more solutions that we can do. That are a little bit more natural and gentle on the body and so that really pushed me to start learning about integrative medicine as well. I'm against Western medicine at all. I think there's so many amazing things that we have learnt and we have added through science and research and we have cures for cancer. And we we get sick with pneumonia and we can take an antibiotic can get better so the point of integrative medicine is not to say we shouldn't do Western medicine. You use it when you need it but there's a time and place for everything and and to me. There really shouldn't be the terms integrated medicine. Homeopathy supplements Functional Medicine Western Medicine Medicine. Which do whatever's best on the day and that's really what I've learned through my training. Yeah but sometimes you have to use those terms in the beginning because Just signify to people that you're thinking about a little bit differently so in regards to that thinking prior to meeting your wife how. She had that background where she grew up in a very holistic household. You were saying how did you grow up you know? How is your health like as a child? And what was your opinion on things that are in the space of integrative medicine you know because a lot of young doctors being doctors in my family That are there and sometimes they can have a little chip on their shoulder especially when they're graduated they're done residency either out there in the world and they're like well. I learned everything in the text books that I need to learn. I know it all. And there's no evidence for this. There's no evidence for that so what was your mindset like and how did you grow up and what was your health like a kid overall. I was pretty healthy by definitely was not very integrated minded at all. When I was growing up I grew up in Toronto and so I played a lot of sports. I played a lot of hockey and baseball was on the road for tournaments all the time and did not eat that healthy fast food all the time and I always had stomach issues. I always had stomach aches. Constipation bloating never really made the connection. I just thought it was normal and just dealt with it and as I got older though symptoms got worse and especially during my medical training worth stress was elevated I would have more stomach aches more issues and I never really put that together until after I met my wife and sort of eating some of her food and started seeing the things that she's doing and I started to feel better and that again was another lightbulb. Moment of. Oh maybe we need to be thinking about some of these foundations. Some of these things like our diet and it's it's so obvious that we do but I think we've forgotten about that a lot. We really don't focus on the foundations anymore. We just think about you know you have this symptom take this medication. And that's the way that we learn. Even a medical school is is how to treat something as opposed to for the most part how to prevent it. That's so key. I think you mentioned two important things in that. What you just shared the first thing is that most doctors who are in Functional Medicine Notch about medicine occupier. Whatever the modality might be or in the case of integrative medicine they have often had their own crisis and I think for the generation above us. Because how old are you thirty four? Okay some a little older than you thirty-seven. We're the same generation the generation above us the mark hymens of the world. The Dr Mark Hyman said world and the other Great Doctors Dr Andrew. Weil other people. They had major healing crisis. I mean mark. Dr Mark Hyman talks about a story but he was in China. He got like deathly ill for mercury toxicity. Many other factors is brain wasn't working and I think that as the Internet age has grown and we have more access to this information. We're more open minded. There's been doctors like yourself who just didn't feel well. They didn't feel great like my brother-in-law's a cardiologist and San Diego and he's part of that young doctor trend like you who just weren't feeling exactly that well learned about functional medicine. Integrative medicine made changes to the health and that caused them to think differently when it came to practicing so at that point in time. Where were you in that moment happened? Were you working in the hospital system? Did you have your own private practice? I never had that moment of practitioners. Did I think for me? It was when I was going through residency. Maybe Med school where I just got really frustrated with options available and the really big lightbulb moment for me was the first functional medicine course that I took and just learning things from the other perspective thinking about root cause. When I saw that I was like. Why didn't we learn? Why Am not thinking this way? It's so obvious. Why are we not thinking about? Why you have a rash. Why are we thinking about treating it and when you have a child? Who HAS A bad rash? There's nothing wrong with doing a medication. In that moment to make them feel better but if that rash keeps coming back we need to think. Why do they have their ashes? There's something in their diet. Something in their environment as opposed to just continually treating it and nobody really ever talks about the medical school or residency. Just really learn about the problem and the solution. But that's not the whole picture and so that really push me in the direction of Kenny to learn a little bit more any to think about this a little bit more and as I got into it seeing the success with it seeing how excited people got about it. That to me was what I wanted to start sharing this information. 'cause it's not that common out there there is stuff about adults and there's a little more information starting to come out but there's very little about children and what you can do and even as an integrative practitioner. There's not a lot of resources of how much do you get? I supplement for kids. What kind of supplement? Your dosages can be different. Kids bodies their brains having fully developed their right. It's a lot more subtle. The little things can have an impact on their body can but the reality is kids are so resilient that for the most part of the maybe a little baby. There's no reason why they shouldn't be able to use some of this stuff and do very well with it but the hard part is there isn't a lot of research to back up and when you talk about the medical model most western physicians will come right out and say well. Where's the evidence? Where's the evidence for this? Wears a clinical trial that this shows that it works and there isn't a lot of clinical trials for most of this stuff. There is some evidence for some supplements in some Protocols that you can do but for the most part isn't double blind controlled trials. Because nobody's doing it because you can't really do a double blank controlled trial ginger. Who's paying for that

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Tori Spelling says her kids have been bullied

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Tori Spelling says her kids have been bullied

"Actress tori spelling is hitting back at our kids bullies on social media the former Beverly hills nine OO to one OO start taking to Instagram Saturday saying her eleven year old has indoor den of bullying to last a lifetime she says her daughter Stella now associates her education with boys that have been so horrific to order meanwhile spelling says the school that stood up for Stella has not helped her son Liam as he was bullied to the point that she says he developed severe emotional based headaches and stomach aches as

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The Ins and Outs of Elimination Diets

Living Healthy Podcast

07:15 min | 2 years ago

The Ins and Outs of Elimination Diets

"I question let's keep it super basic as always elimination diets. What is the idea you behind doing an elimination diet? I'm going to say on the word. Elimination it's not to help you go to the bathroom. It's not that kind of elimination. So ideally the process of eliminating foods is I have susie. It's done with the supervision and and assistance of a medical professional and that it's safe and reliable so you determine food allergies and intolerances. That's the idea. I know that many the people on their own just temporarily scrapping what the down to the bare minimum and trying to eat clean and detox. Or what have you so. The basic basic premise is that by removing potentially offending foods and beverages and spices. Whatever you put in your mouth you're starting with a clean slate? And then the handful full of items that are safe you can begin adding them back or a type of food and for a few days see which items prompt the symptoms to reappear. Okay is who would benefit from this kind of diet is it. I would everyone. Are there people that don't need to worry about this diet. Surprised in in in looking at it that it's not just food allergies which I think we're going to get into but also there's so. There are different names of specific elimination diets. Hunch the autoimmune protocol and the Gut Psychology Syndrome Diet and the specific carbohydrate diet so I think it would be very targeted. has to whom it's going to apply to such as so the autoimmune protocol well that sounds more applicable to someone say with rheumatoid arthritis someone with that kind of condition that they have to manage on the other hand. There's the whole thirty that we've mentioned in a previous podcast. And you can kind kind of think of that challenges and Elimination Diet too. Because you're committing describing things for a period of time and it it does have a reintroduction face to kind of understand this little. Is this kind of what obviously to young children now. Is this kind of what we do with young children where you start introducing them to foods and you kind of you're like okay. I'm GonNa give him something with peanut butter and you're going to see how they do for a week or two hit the nail on the head. Zakariya weaning them off from breast milk or formula. It's what you do with solid food. It's like okay. We'll try rice. Cereal do that for a few days. Canal will try a little bit of green beans. Try that for the weekend and you just do like one in food at a time and make sure that they don't have an allergic response so it's very similar to solid food interaction with interesting and just a little tidbit it For Gloria out there. Today you tried mango for the first time. So and you get okay. Well how how long do you typically have to wait to gauge to see whether you're intolerant allergic is a pretty quickly or is it like you introduce a food and then you kinda gotta wait. Wait a couple of weeks before you move onto the next one. Well I thought it would be days or weeks and everybody's system and sensitivity is different so I asked a colleague and Jenny ask you a balanced alands fitness and nutrition in Georgia. said that client should feel better in ten days if they've eliminated the right foods so she runs blood. Work to create a customized plan. And so that way you know she can see exactly that they're getting the right items out and usually she says about fifty percent improvement in symptoms in the first two weeks which is kind of market? You know if you're gonNA commit to doing something he says and it Kinda go you want to be able to see that benefit right. Okay so I feel like for kids. It's easy to you know. Bricks slowly introducing them to new things that they've never had before but to eliminate something from our diet and then slowly reintroduce it. How is that on our digest? Is this some kind of a different game. Plan there so I would say that overall on the contrary most elimination diets. It's our intended to relieve gastrointestinal issues. Bloating gas so that's what the gap diet that Gut Psychology Syndrome Diet. Why it would do? But I've also heard from some people that say initially you know if they're doing the extreme elimination phase that they can get stomach aches from their extreme hunger so you could get a short term negative and then if you're eliminating certain foods you could get constipated just as as if you're replacing other foods with something you don't normally eat so much of raw vegetables runs. It's an adjustment period. And so what are some of the typical reasons people we kind of. You mentioned some used the elimination diet. I mean I've definitely heard allergies. That's one of the big ones is. You're trying to find out what you're tolerant too. But I've also heard. Is it like pain like maybe. That's another reason to to inflammation so again. Another one of my colleagues so Tammy Broderick of have healthy feet nutrition in southern California told me that elimination diets helped break. The cycle of chronic inflammation. So Gluten. Dairy sugar could could be the top three food offenders and gluten in particular is now being tied to like leaky Gut Syndrome but mother inflammatory suits could be soy and corn oil. Processed meats needs fried food. Alcohol Sodas and I didn't know that because I know in Allergies Brittany. The big eight are the common ones like egg and tree nuts peanuts peanuts wheat. Soy Milk fish shellfish those are the ones that typically have to be on a label knowledge statement. But they're all these other things can affect planet pain and inflammation as well. This time of day it would really help somebody who has maybe say like Crohn's disease or is like has it is or just finding out and finding a way to Yeah I. I won't even touch those because I'm not the digestive an expert so I'm going to Pass on that one but I know there's a lot of autoimmune Kinda in that realm exactly so it helps it helps you find what works best for your body and it's kind of like just to reiterate what I think we mentioned before but like this is meant to. You're not eliminating like one food food at a time and seeing if you feel better not eating it you're laminating several and then reintroducing them and seeing how you react once you reintroduce them catch food reintroduced is basically a challenge and so you're looking to see those adverse reactions in a few days which is where the commitment that consistency and logging in a diary you know comes in so you can't do this half half way you can't do it willy. Nilly or while you're trying to travel and have all these you you have to pay attention and so it's like. Oh well if I I feel heartburn or I feel this you know that it wasn't from stress or it wasn't from You know crazy sleep that you had or whatever so you're just really paying attention to each food and your good and your system and your anything your skin Dan.

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Professor Green

Mentally Yours

08:32 min | 2 years ago

Professor Green

"So. When did you first experienced experienced depression? Mine presented as anxiety for really really young age. Everything was always a little bit more difficult than it should have been and I am a fire. have been resilient as has been proven. We've all the Times I've had to balance back which you do get a bit bored of despite understanding that you are strong with that that comes into the other stuff as well but as a kid. I say now bellyache. And I didn't have a bellyache but because I had an operation when I was a baby it was strata doctors and Ooh that did was feed my fear and I started to then believe that there was something wrong and it was just. It was really really difficult because I didn't have the language to explain. I was anxious. It wasn't a stomach ache now. In evidence suggested it to me I didn't have the language in definitely often. Didn't have the tools to deal with it and that was present larger part of my life. How did it manifest when you say about stomach? Skeikh did you actually feel it in your stomach. Yeah completely I remember having that as well to do before pretty much every Sunday night before school but did you think panic attacks as well a it. Got to the point where I'm wanting to scratch. My skin felt uncomfortable. MOM's skin at points but it's weird people always say how can you suffer with anxiety and then go on stage and perform in front of all those people. I don't find that anxiety. Inducing Willie G can access beforehand. The law get excited but then maybe that is like a again. I think perspectives really important because once you harness. There were times in the beginning when I was nervous but once she begins to I understand now that that's actually actually. Excitement is the feeling of something big about to happen. And that's really important energy to have because you will cow and you give that extra ten percent because events so if you can harness out and interpret is excitement as opposed to anxiety. It's really good It's it has a healthy purpose in that place and also means a care if I didn't have had that feeling before I went onstage. Worry that become complacent and bored. And I'm definitely not but it can obviously of manifest in bad ways as well as Vincent of times when it's stop living sort of straightforward live here. But more at home I always managed to get through work no matter what's going on say to my detriment but not really because it depends what you pin success is like. It's one thing to be able to come here. Sit and have conversation. Sation were person after person and put a face on it but then I have to deal with what I'm actually feeling but that's life uh-huh sugar and but that's life. Everyone and I guess understanding that we all have problems is something that's really important for people to know because his success doesn't absolve you of that but I you know when I encounter people which happens often when I'm walking down the road or gotta get shopping from Saint Spiezio Israel any other market. Oh Shit this ain't BBC David after say faculty. No one knows what knows knows what has gone to my day. You know no one knows if but dogs died so I never what anyone else responsible for that on another project my you know my anxiety easier. Maya a stresses on other people part from those closest to me which is something. I'm really trying to learn not to do because doesn't feel very good. I think a lot of guilty of during that the national face on and then when you come home you then you get the nasty sided sort of comes out. It's just sorry cricket. You think about the people you love the most get the least of you. That's been the hardest part about my job. Are there any soon particular methods or things that help you in terms of anxiety when it does manifest like breathing techniques or is it staying with the routine you mentioned earlier like jam and sleep stuff. It's you know what some it just is a Bugah. It really is because there's no rules there's no rhyme or reason my life is as good as he ever has. Been Your Eh philosophy weeks for the first time in years. I've been waking up in the neue stomach and I don't know if that's related therapy because I'm starting to unpick things and things that come into the surface or if there's something else but it's part of a guest this is super into understand oneself and we change and I had a really good understanding of myself a point and then I encountered so things in my life which I'm still catching pulled process. There is an icee with mental into how this unfortunately it's very very kind of a start and a finish is ongoing but listen. I think we're all works in progress and I understood that when are we sat in a room full of largely hugely successful. People were a lot more say a lot. I'm getting on the housing to say to me. Not that much older ODA but you would imagine from the outside that they had lifetime to a t and I learned from the conversations that we had his they winging it like everyone everyone else. No one's called bloody clue and that was actually really refreshing to see someone who who I was you know in some more in oral. Everyone's norm where guy resigning. This world is the same place for all of us. Obviously there are differences. But all Marie everyone is just winging it. We don't know what do we try to the best of it. I'm lucky there's been some pretty amendment so my career as always great to feel elated But there's times when it's stressful and you know it's just learning to manage these things and understanding that stress is always going to be present in life for as long as you interpret as stress. It's all about perspective so when you're working on an album looking at the music side of things first of all or an EP like Moss. What are the challenges in terms the mental health there? There isn't any challenges really there apart from getting music out. I don't find it. A really good place creatively. Certainly in the used to worry about going to the studio and not being able to come up with something because I was new to work in that environment and walking into sessions people pat never met and like you have to. You can only express yourself as far as you're confident enough to but my confidence grew in that. I don't write things on paper. I walk around just stipulate insane stuff like a madman talk into myself but I do that until I get worse riot and I enjoy back here that if anything has a positive effect on my mental health. Because it's so much fun creating it really really is building those those relationships with people when you meet someone for the first time in the studio and you have to play instruments but I write guitar lines and piano melodies just by home in stuff but when I'm working with a producer and I I'm trying to articulate what's in my head and it's not words because it's sound is quite funny but you after you have to be willing to look or sound stupid in order to get there you have to get over the worry of of of looking shoe pige. Half the reason people though so dark aunts is because they're embarrassed. Once you get over that you can do anything. What about mental health? In terms of stuff like touring because that must be interesting. I've done dry tors. I've done wet ause soaking wet. AUSE Toys for retain weirdly because it will be a bad routine. Sometimes you know what's happening. You're getting on a bus your guy into bed and you're waking up in another city but you're waking up at relatively the same time and end I wasn't afforded that kind of routine I wasn't too for a while because of how things were I've managed to build quite routine into my life at home. Now depends home is somewhere there is home and not just the place I'm renting. That's just the house is a really big difference between the House and it was really weird. That told the I did was incredible. Response after all these years still be able to set out shows and get that kind of response to new music as well as old was amazing bar that said I was homesick. It really was. I missed my life at home and I haven't had that before you think crazy in it thirty six and I'm homesick for the first time because of what I've made for myself as a home.

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"stomach ache" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

10:50 min | 2 years ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Twenty WHAG Hey welcome back to the harmony with food show we were talking before the break about how I had I'm actually not eating glow in anymore and the tests show that I'm likely to develop some kind of auto immune disorder if I do continue to eat glue and so I decided to take the plunge and so I started gurgling because I felt really tired and I had like a low grade headache and on I started Google lane of course that's not the best thing to do we all know that but you always do it when you have symptoms and it said that everything was like you should feel better you should have less brain fog you should have more energy you should have this you should have that and I just want to let all of you know that there actually is a detoxification that goes on and I didn't even know that is registered dietitian so you were you feel really tired and could have headaches and but if you go away that's the good news and it's a it's actually a good sign so for all of my clients that had the test done if you're going through that I'm sorry I did warn you about that because I didn't even know that that happened and if you go looking for it you can't really find the information so rest assured if any of my clients that have had the test done our feeling that way that it will go away and that is totally normal to feel that way so today we're going to talk more about you know it's what are some of the things that some of the symptoms that people might be have if they have some kind of wheat intolerance right so it could be obviously stomach ache stomach pains brain fog sometimes coordination issues that would be like maybe you'd be looking at a neurological say America on joint pain skin rashes burning hands and feet high blood pressure or multiple chronic viruses on all different kinds of things that you can have if you are sensitive to glue and are weak so one of the task their two markers that they look at and one is H. D. Q. two and the other is H. D. Q. eight and if either of those two Dino types are positive which mind we're both negative then I would tell you right then and there as a patient you are at high risk even if you're a symptomatic now of developing celiac disease in the near future so if you did this test for yourself now remember a lot of people don't develop celiac disease and tell their and their forties or fifties not that it can't happen when you're younger or in your twenties are in your seventies but it can it does happen a lot to people people start having symptoms you know fifties plus or minus ten so just keep that in mind you're not just always born with it like a lot of auto immune diseases they they continue to kind of what I wanna say cook within your body right there kind of on a low boil for a long time and then they boy when they boil over that's when you're showing symptoms and unfortunately for a lot of people that's what happens but now a days we can see that the if the H. L. A. in the DQ to an H. L. A. in the DQ eight buying to the glue and fragments the glue and peptide fragment more strongly and can trigger an immune response real easily so then your what's actually happening is that the leaky got is going on and the malabsorption is going on but we want to know if we are at risk for that before any of that happens like I said when the doctors actually did that tasks for his child because the mom had celiac disease and his child was positive for the I think he said the child was positive for the DQ eight marker which means that Payson AZ at a very very high risk of developing celiac disease so we're gonna continue this conversation but we're also going to talk a little bit about how glue and can be hidden and different things and about celiac disease again the number here is eight six six nine two zero nine four five five again the numbers eight six six nine two zero nine four five five so celiac disease was in it it wasn't an initially described in the first century by a Greek physician and but neither is name was doctor are ETS but neither Redis nor anyone else knew that celiac disease is caused by an auto immune reaction to gluten a protein in wheat that didn't become clear until the nineteen fifties when a doctor William die like a dot pediatrician conclusively prove that gluten was the culprit so dykes discovery save millions of children and adults from the roles of untreated celiac disease including malnutrition stunted growth cancer severe neurological and psychiatric illness says and even death and so there are many different types of wheat and I think a lot of people just think we but there's really we glue and barley rye and oats there can also be cross contamination so it's really difficult unless you have a a restaurant that's really dedicated to serving gluten free then chances are when you go out even if it says gluten free there may be some cross contamination going on and then in America we do it a little bit different than in Europe so in America they take the glue and and they put it in a vat and they stick it in what's called trans glued amenities and if you on de emanated break it down it will last longer and also we can also have some fungus is that are created when we consume the S. so it's it's a lot of people that have celiac disease say you know why is it that when I go to Europe I can eat glue and then I'm fine Cerro you want to be careful of this just be aware that some of us in America we think we're gluten free but you may not be a hundred percent gluten free and a lot of times what they recommend the lab that I work with vibrant America they recommend that even if you know that you have some kind of disease we want to see where you're starting out yeah and we want to see if you're improving by what we put into place whether it's the some of the probiotics that we recommend some of the other weeds that were also having you stay away from we want to see if there's improvement so then you look back and you see if the leaky guy has improved family now but are you fifty percent better are you eighty percent better because if you're only fifty or eighty percent better we want to get you to that one hundred percent better and figure out a way to do that and the physicians their help and be I every time someone has a test on I get to speak to a physician or another nutritionist for over an hour about the test results which I think is it really super cool and I'm really glad that they do that so I just want to give you guys I'm going to try and make this not to biochemistry which isn't always easy to do I'm gonna try and make this a little bit more lay but just listen to this for a minute and we'll try and break this down into more on easy to lose it is easy to listen to an easy to learn fashion in a moment so weeds contains several different classes of proteins they're called fly out and so just think of glue and when you hear glad ends in glue and ends okay and those are the two main components of the glue infraction of the week see they essentially forgiving bread that Billy Dee to properly rise during baking right within the glide out in class there are four different epitopes and so they're called for different types they're called alpha beta gamma and omega glide out and we also contains a glue and hence protein that buying to sugar and protein north fence proteins involved with Sally earlier come meet occasion once we'd is consumed and signs right so we have enzymes that start as on our tongues for instance we we separated out food as soon it as it gets stored tongue with enzymes that are on our tongue and then the ends and go all the way down in the digestive track so and I enzymes in the digestive tract quality tree and school emanates says a recall T. T. T. health to break down the week compound and this process additional proteins are formed including D. imitated gliadin and glide door fence also notice glued more things here's the crucial thing to understand celiac disease is correct characterized by an immune response to specific types of gliadin alpha glass otter and a and a specific type of T. TJ the enzymes that I just mentioned but we now know that people can and do react to several other components of wheat and glue and including the types of glee addon beta gamma omega and cool and then and D. imitated gliadin as well as other types of enzymes T. TJ's translucent aces including three primarily found in the skin and three found in the brain this is a huge problem because conventional lab testing for coeliac disease of glue and intolerance only screens for antibodies of alpha glade and entrance gloomy days so if you're going to your conventional doctor or even some of the G. I. doctors they're not testing for all these different types of proteins that are in wheat and here at vibrant America the lab I work with they actually test for I think it's sixteen or eighteen different types of proteins if you're reacting to any other fractions of the wheat protein beta clan and chemical I. N. N. or a make up by adding or other types of enzymes type three or six you'll test officials statistics the gas that these can actually come out positive and then you are on your way to either an auto immune disease arthritis or celiac disease so it's a very it's it's confusing at to say the least so basically I'm gonna put it in a nutshell if you're going to your conventional doctor or you're going to your GI doctor and they're not testing for eighteen different types of proteins that can be and wheat you may get a false negative which means they now tell you that you are are not sensitive so too weak but you really are so we can now with technology and for people that want to be proactive about their health including myself I'm now on this challenge of going gluten free gluten free right around right along with you guys and I'm going to try and make it as easy as possible for you guys.

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Leaving Gaza enclave for surgery still an issue, says UNRWA Director

UN News

08:49 min | 3 years ago

Leaving Gaza enclave for surgery still an issue, says UNRWA Director

"Hundreds killed and more than thirty thousand injured so far during the Gaza Israel, border protests than is the great March of return, many Palestinians and are facing future of lifelong disability and able to get the treatment, they need referring to the devastating impacts in human terms, Matthias schmila, director of the UN relief agency for Palestine refugees, or unra has warned in an interview with you a news that local hospitals, do not have the capacity to deal with the most serious health cases with forty percent of requests for permits to leave Gaza for treatment denied by Israel last month during a visit to UN headquarters in New York to highlight the upcoming pledging conference for unwrap on the twenty fifth of June, Mr schmolly spoke to my Yakub of our you a news, Arabic service, well, sadly, the situation has not significantly changed. We continue to have huge expressions of solidarity from Member States, including during my day and a half year in New York, as you might know and. We might come back to this. There is an annual pledging conference phone or at the end of June, and we really will need to see firm, pledges by the end of June because otherwise as the Commissioner general said, it will we will have to look at some serious consequences in terms of our operations. How is this situation on the ground for the people in Gaza in the current context of the Friday's demonstration or what is known the great mar of returns and the violence at the water with the great March of return, which has happened mainly on Fridays, but in recent weeks also on other days in recent months? It started at the end of March last year. So we've seen over a year of this. It's had had a devastating impact in human terms. There are over thirty thousand people injured, with live, seven thousand of which would live ammunition. And many of the people hit with live munition are facing now living with lifelong disabilities. Some are not able to work anymore. So they've lost their income and livelihood as a result, there's also been two hundred people killed in this year. Plus, thirty of whom at least we're all NRA students students in. Our schools, again, the impact is devastating not just in terms of injury and loss of life. But also in psychological terms. I think people have really you can feel it people are struggling with the consequences of, of this, not least, because so far, it has really brought nothing. You know, the, the main result of the great machos over return have been these injuries and killings. But there has been no significant achievement of the original goals, which was, you know, the March is called the great macho return. So it's about Justice for refugees, and ending the blockade and both of them have not been achieved. I want to focus also on the health situation coating Jamie McGoldrick of CIA an his last briefing in Geneva, he mentioned cases of imputation infection bone infection led to more than one twenty invitations. Now, we know on what is providing primary healthcare services, right? I'm assuming you. Don't have the capacity to deal with those cases. What do you do in this case you send them away? Do you transferred them? I mean, I think most people, you know, Gaza is such a small place of two million people. So everyone knows everything, and who does what so people knew that we, we run as own primary healthcare centres. So those who were severely wounded went to hospitals. There were few came to our health centers with gunshot wounds. And I have to say, I've met some of them are nurses, practical, nurses, did he roic work. They are not trained and equipped to remove bullets from people, but they did so and, and they saved lives. But the, the majority of the cases, went to hospitals one rather than throughout twenty two primary healthcare centres, we deal with the after care, so many of the people who go to on spills to get treated initially come to us for after treatment redressing of wounds for physical. Therapy. That's a big issue for the seven thousand people shot with live ammunition, and for psychological support. Now back to the quote of Jamie McCall dre, it's very clear that Gaza's hospitals. Do not have the capacity to deal with all these very serious cases at particular issue also is reconstructive surgery. And it's very clear that if those people need to be properly should be properly supported man, some of them will have to leave Gaza to go to the West Bank, or Jordan, or Turkey. Well, that's a good question. They have to get a permit from the Israeli authorities and sadly, soul are that there has been far from adequate numbers of permits. Granted for these cases. This is happening in the overall context of the Israelis being at times rather difficult in granting permits for medical reasons. So the great March, of course, is the most extreme and most prominent case, but I just. The other day heard of the sister over colleague, thank it was his sister who, who was fifty three years old suffering from cancer, who needs to regularly, go to the West Bank to get cancer treatment. And while she had permits she all of a sudden was denied a permit. So what I'm trying to say is the, the access to the leaving Gaza for medical treatment, is, is an issue. The World Health Organization monitors, this very carefully on, on a monthly basis publishes statistics. I think in the last month some forty percent of the requests for permits where denied which is high now that we spoke about challenges. I know that the unware provide many services for the Palestinian freeze all over in particular, what has been achieved. Thanks to honor was service on the ground. Well, let me answer that question I by pointing to the scale of what we do at least seventy percent of Gaza's two million. Inhabitants. So that means at least one point four million people are Palestine refugees for these for these seventy percent or more of the population. We are the biggest quasi public service provider. We run two hundred seventy four schools and there's two hundred eighty thousand children in those schools right now. Now you ask for achievements. I y we regularly look at the results of our education work. And, you know, this is done, also by external independent parties like the World Bank or the ministry of education when residents regularly outperformed government schools, and even private scores. That's one result, you know that we have generations of educated, Palestine refugee, children with a very solid acknowledged education. Another result, I think is our or another achievement is our primary healthcare work as I mentioned before we have twenty two health centers. And there are amazing. Success stories, too. So let let me tell you in about one particular case, which was a child that came with being suicidal in our and our health, staff is trained notice to address wounds, or, you know, stomach ache or something, they can also detect psychological issues and the staff at this particular health center, where this boy showed up saved his life because they understood his problem was psychological, and they referred him to the right people. I met him a few months ago. He now, paints pictures and has found his Reno his, his joy in life Bank. So then there are many stories also of helping people with noncommunicable diseases lifestyle diseases are health stuff, does a fantastic job there. So the achievement here is keeping the Palestine refugee population healthy. And that's that's a significant achievement. In the circumstances of Gaza, I can recall, also a story that I heard a very recently about Jamila. Futile, poem. That's another. No. I think we often get criticized. Thank you for mentioning that we get criticized that in our schools. We teach hatred and violence, and it the opposite is the truth. You know, we, we really tried to incorporate into our teaching human rights, aspects and peace aspects, you know, and the majority of the children and teachers, I meet are peace loving people who just want a normal dignified

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"stomach ache" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And a newlywed stomach ache turns life, threatening those stories coming up the evening. The moth radio hour, ten o'clock Ankeny public radio your bay area. Weather partly cloudy this evening, mostly cloudy here in the city and along the coast with temperatures dipping into the lower to upper forties for your Sunday starting off partly cloudy becoming mostly sunny with highs ranging from the upper sixties to the upper seventies right now here in San Francisco. It's currently sixty degrees. Kick you easy public radio. And now more mandolin Chris Bailey life from here. Big white time on the tunnel. Coming. Again radio players. We have an unexpected treat one of the pillars of the traveling family band community here, the merry weather's come on out here. You guys. Thank you so much Chris on behalf of the whole family. Let me say thrilled to be back on our very favorite shows. I always say time with Chris feely leave you feeling. Five. Oh, mother always the words. Now, you might be thinking aren't they won Mary whether short, well, yes, we are regretfully our youngest Nathan recently left, the Mary weather's to pursue their interests are thrilled for him and wish him well in his new adventure. Isn't that? Right father. If you say so mother Mel let's hear some music and a one two. Let me say one more thing. I think when you have a God given talent like Nathan does. It's a crying. Shame to throw it away. But he didn't throw it away. Papa. This is our little girl Ellie Mae,.

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"stomach ache" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:54 min | 3 years ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And then he was acting kind of weird, and he was limping a little bit. But he's very klutzy. And sometimes he just limps a little, and he's just he's he's an odd dog as we know. But we love him. And we brought them up the stairs. And Shawn said something's not right with him. And he's doing that shivering thing. Like Kashmir dead. And I said, Nope, that's pain. And it was about eight o'clock at night. So we finally said, that's it. We're taking the vet. We took him up there. And they looked at him because we had been afraid maybe he busted a knee or something, you know, do can tear need just like a human can. And the vet said looks like he's almost eleven or he's eleven now. It's arthritis is setting in looks like in the back, hips and the knees so they put him on anti inflammatories. And now, we have an appointment with our vet and a few weeks to see what's going to make sure that's what it is. But yeah, it was the shivering, and I would not have known that if not for Kashmir. But that is a big sign. It's the panting. It's the grimacing drooling. And then that shivering intermittent shivering is what that pain sign was. Well, yeah, there is quite a lot of ways that you can figure out if you dog is in pain, and sometimes that Hough sometimes they the changes in behavior or. You are so good at covering the pain and showing that pain sometimes they're paying for a long time before we even notice it. Well, that's when you mention behavior. That's right. Before the shivering started earlier in the day. He was acting weird. And he sometimes we'll go up and lay in my closet. He likes dark space, especially when the storms coming or something. But he got in the shower. I just taken a shower he went in the shower, and he hates the shower. And he wouldn't come out. Like, what are you doing standing in there? So he was exhibiting odd. He was just standing there. Panting looking at me and to get them out. I turn the shower on I got him out of the shower. And then he was just being really weird. So that was did you say there was a storm happening at that time? No. The next day was the eclipse, but sometimes when there's a storm coming home go into the closet or he'll just sending. But it was a beautiful day. You know the night before here. Great, of course. So so, okay, there's my friend. We swindle her. She's from the canine massage guilt. She's a canine massage therapist. She she writes, there's very five subtle ways Doke show, their muscular pain, one is gate change. So gauges the way adult moves and adult will only change the way they will could move for reason. So. Limping lameness hopping even helping throwing a leg gra- crabbing, which is elbowing out. So yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So it might be very subtle. You don't see it? Or suddenly, you might be able to see it and go. Okay. That is this something happened. Second thing is changing behaviors is. So you noted something very old bones. D did you have any hadn't normally done, and they can become grumpy did you notice any more grumpiness anymore because has his issues he was grumpy than usual and sometimes he tries to get cashmere to play plane. He had no interest and same thing on the other side where when Kashmir before she got sick. He wanted to play with her and she would just sit and growl at him. Like get off me. I don't want. They can you know that that I feel good. Yes, exactly aggression as well. So they might not be the usual self. They might curl up a lot and just not want to interact so adult that was really into directing his now. Nothing not into that this post to change dogs back is all ching, Oakland concave so that Dokan school. Wrote ching go and co cave sway back could be very subtle. And I know when Jeff. Jasmine has a stomach ache back office. I know that she has a stomach ache. When she does that so cooked flicks. Did you realize that what probably the subtlest symptom of muscle pain of ole happens often film in the duke's coat which mirror the shape of the muscle underneath. So it makes perfect sense. Because when a muscle is injured and unable to perform correctly, it creates a pull on the skin above it. The hairs of the Cote grow from the skin at the muscles. Very tight has made hit blood flow to the skin causing pool set relations. So the coat can often become dry and coast in a sudden area of the dukes body. So if look at your jokes coat, if you go to swell here there, a dry patch here, or there might not be paying. But if it's something that you see that's just come on. It is different get to know you'll Dokes coat and what way it lies, and if you see a swirl these see it standing up somewhere than be aware of it. Now with Sadie, for example. I know when sometimes she's. Whether pain is because sometimes at the base of hotel the head will suddenly stick up. I know that I need to mess such that area to throw bit because she's feeding pain in that area. I also noticed different coats swells along in her coat at various points, especially around hips. And I know she's having a particularly difficult day also dry head that kind of thing. So and then dislike of being groomed. So if you had dogs that didn't like to be touched anything like that. Now that could be because they're paying the sensitive tickles, and when you touch them, but if you had a dog that's been flying with grooming. And now all of a sudden, isn't that sit don't full sit. Please don't force. It don't think. Oh, the Dokes be domino. The dog's trying to be stopping don't force it that looks trying to tell you something. So that not wanting to be touched not wanting to be groomed is a sign of it. So that's just five ways. And then, you know, paying Dokes start to maybe salivate little bit. Shake Shiva like you. So it's at intermittent like just a little bit shutt-. Yeah. Then also, I notice when I took Sadie sometimes, and I just even touch if she does little flinch not with a head, but just didn't hus- skin. So that I realized that that's very sensitive area. So then I'll go again, and I'll touch again. And then and then she seems to be fine with it. But we really got to recognize not just the major changes you can see. But also, the subtle changes folks in pain, right? I agree because you know, the whole thing is with Kashmir when her seek them. I I knew there was a problem in something had happened. But we weren't one hundred percent sure, you know, I didn't know it was just something. But had I missed signs beforehand that something was happening. Did it just happened that day? I wish I would've known because I would have gotten a right to the emergency vet that she ended up going to as opposed to you know, we took her to a different vet. And you know, so it does it would save a lot of money to end a lot of time. So well, she's great. She's got a great. You know, you a great guardians full her. I mean, she couldn't be in a better place. Really could she thank you? Well, hopefully, not at least she's eating. Well, there's that. We'll be right back right after these messages. Stay tuned. I call it our affect it was rough wrinkly like a brillo pad. His.

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"stomach ache" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"Oftentimes a lot you're able to put the pieces of the puzzle together. And it all makes sense. Like, I've had these all my God moments where it's like I reflect back on my life and as hard as going being a single parent for so many years, and I mean now look what I got baby. So I do, and that's a prime example. Like, I was a single parent. I went through a lot of things with just me and the girls it was hard. It wasn't always easy by no means. But ultimately, I knew I would love to have more children in whatever. So my point is that I went through all these things to really appreciate my lovely husband. Because I don't think I would appreciate you had. I not had to go through those things that you love. But you're welcome Bailey. You have feel like thank you love like I feel like we should make out or something. No. But you have continually practiced positively in you've implemented the tools that we talk about here. And that's what's gotten us through the things that at the moment felt like we're wrong, but ended up being you know, steps or or path changers. To get you to your final destination to today and your true final destination is yet to be known. But you know, where we are today has everything to do with every single circumstance that's happened in our past good or bad. So sometimes they're not as bad as you think stay the course and just keep pursuing positively in implementing it in and feeling positive emotions because that's gonna fuel positive creation hundred percent love any the nuggets today. Baby. We gotta get back to the golden nuggets. Golden nugget you. Thanks for Canada Dry. My stomach was really upset you guys came. Yeah. When I came up here, which I don't really get stomach aches. But I'm on steroids right now. So I guess it's that I don't know. But I've had a stomach ache daily for the last since I started the steroids. So dang, ding ding, dumb ass. That's winner anyways. So I brought a candidate drying. It really really helped me. Also, there's there's these ginger candies called indicates there is that. Okay. Well, my girlfriend Bentley who's having a baby and really really good work. Pretty good. Because I think it's it's a might not be organic. But it is it is packed with with lots of mount a lot of a lot of ginger. Yes. It's like little ginger candies. It's a yellow package you can get him on Amazon. If you Google ginger candies, you'll be able to find them, and you kinda suck on them. And they really do help with nausea. Also, another little secret for women that are pregnant as well or experiencing, nausea, any other kind. My husband did. This when I was pregnant with cash. He went to the restaurant and got fresh ginger from member twist real picked it up or something and that really really helmed, and I'm not a fan of ginger, but that really helps. So that's another great idea. So that's our golden nugget ginger really does work. I don't have a stomach ache anymore, but those ginger candies and actual real ginger. You don't have to go to restaurant and get it. We were just so busy playing so Riyadh stopped at one of our favorite restaurants and picked it up. So that's our golden nugget. We need to get back into the golden nugget. We feel like we've just kind of got back into being on time. You guys Bata Bing butter. And. Yeah. So we'll definitely get back into gold nugget, but ginger you guys really do really does help with a stomach ache. So thank you guys so much for tuning into this episode of house of we'll talk to you in a few days..

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How Can You Help a Friend with Depression?

BrainStuff

05:52 min | 3 years ago

How Can You Help a Friend with Depression?

"Just wanted to let you know this episode deals with the topics of depression and suicide so if you're not up for that today. Go ahead and skip it and hey, take care of yourself. Okay. During the publicity that attended the recent suicides of Anthony bourdain end Kate Spade. People were urged to reach out to loved ones. They suspect are coping with depression. There's good reason for this nudge, a more than sixteen million American adults experience major depression with only thirty five percent of those affected turning to a mental health professional for treatment effective treatment can lead to partial or complete remission and thus a vastly improved quality of life. But one of the tricky things about depression is that it can prevent people from getting help still despite these numbers a lot of people are confused are anxious about how to handle a potentially depressed loved one. How can you tell if someone is really depressed and how exactly should you approach the person? What if they get mad at you for asking? Although a lot of variables are at play. And it's impossible to predict a reaction experts insist that it's always better to make a true and carrying effort. We spoke with Matt Onarato director of social work and an adjunct clinical assistant, professor at the Ohio State University. Wet. Sner medical centers Harding hospital. He said a people who contemplate suicide are embitterment up to the end. They want the pain to end. And if there was some other way to end the pain than kill themselves. They would take that. There's always hope you make a small gesture of. Hey, I'm here if you need me, and that could stop someone a week later from trying to kill themselves, the small things we do make a huge impact. So how do you know, if someone is dealing with depression almost all of us get the blues at some point feeling down about our lives or selves, the difference with depression is that this feeling does not lift and has not improved by spending time with friends or taking part in fun activities some fairly well known symptoms of depression include sadness and loss of interest in hobbies enjoyed in the past weight gain or weight loss. Trouble sleeping or excessive sleep difficulty. Concentrating and suicidal thoughts or comments a general ability is a lesser known and often overlooked symptom. Verbal statements of feeling emptier. Worthless are also important to note as well as physical symptoms like pain fatigue, headaches or stomach aches, if any of these symptoms last more than two weeks and interfere with the person's life functioning in some way. It's probably not just the blues like any serious illness depression needs to be treated to get better. A lot of people are scared to approach left. What about depression or suicide a whether it's because they don't want to offend the person are afraid to make the situation to real or are worried that they'll get yelled at we also spoke with Dr Catherine brunette assistant, professor at the school of social work at Tulane university via Email, she said anytime sensitive issue was brought up the potential for defensiveness or anger is there. She also noted that you're not necessarily in for a fight though. Quote, everyone responds differently and many people may be relieved to talk about their struggles. Especially if a non judgmental insensitive approach is taken. In the event that the person does react unhappily. It can be helpful to be open and direct about your emotional response, therapists, suggest saying something like I understand you're going through a lot. But when you snap at me. It makes me feel sad. There's no guarantee that one talk will result in action. And that's okay, Burnett said sometimes they friend seems to blow you off you can affirm that you just care about them. And are there if they ever want to talk your friend may not respond immediately. But your care may have left an opening for future conversations. When you do initiate the conversation calmly expressed concern, then let them do a lot of the talking. Listen, I hold off on any problem solving or suggestions, it might sound silly. But just listening to a person's experience of depression can help them validate that experience for themselves. Once they've had their say, therapists recommend asking probing questions. Like how bad does the scat? A does it ever get worse than what you're telling me? Are you aware of having a lot of guilt or shame? Just void saying things. Like look on the bright side, or it's not that bad or even something like when I was depressed. Once I started walking every day. And I got better. Remember, the depression is a systemic illness. It can affect a person's whole body and being so it needs treatment tailored for every individual person. It may take time, but hopefully, they'll come to the conclusion that their depression can be treated there are lots of options, depending on how severe the situation is if the person is suicidal. There are services that offer twenty four hour access to trained professionals and other resources in the US. Try looking up the National Alliance on mental illness or mental health America. Or these suicide prevention lifeline or the substance abuse and mental health Services Administration some services are free. And there are federally funded outpatient and inpatient programs available to folks without insurance with payment based on sliding scale, according to income if the situation is less urge. Don't talk to your friend about what option they might be most comfortable with this could start with a trip to the family. Doctor a, particularly if your friends doesn't want to see a therapist after all primary care. Doctors are also able to rule out any other medical 'cause like Siread problems or Nimia they can screen for depression prescribed medications and refer patients to mental health professionals, many employee assistance programs offer free or reduced cost counseling sessions to staff and family members. So be sure to check your specific plan for counseling and other resources. Onarato said, I think culturally were becoming in America more comfortable talking about mental health, depression, and suicide people are being more open, and knowing that there is help out there that you won't be judged and are not

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"stomach ache" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:06 min | 3 years ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And I went online to look because I didn't know my husband out of town, and that's the sign of pain. So that's when I took her to the vet. So then I was aware of it. So a couple of weeks ago on a Sunday night. Afternoon Barnes, it was acting weird. It was the Sunday before the eclipse, and we were laughing thinking, well, maybe it's the eclipse, maybe defects animals, you know, how storms they can tell something's happening. Who knows? But he came inside. He wouldn't come up the stairs. And then he was acting kind of weird, and he was limping a little bit. But he's very klutzy. And sometimes he just limps a little, and he's just he's he's an odd dog as we know. But we love him. And we brought up the stairs. And Shawn said something's not right with him. And he's doing that shivering thing. Like Kashmir did. And I said, Nope, that's pain. And it was about eight o'clock at night. So we finally said, that's it. We're taking to the vet. We took him up there. And they looked at him because we'd been afraid maybe he busted a knee or something, you know, you can tear need just like a human can. And the vet said looks like he's almost eleven or he's eleven now our threat is setting in looks like in the back, hips and the knees so they put him on anti inflammatories. And now, we have an appointment with our vet and a few weeks to see what's going to make sure that's what it is. But yeah. It was the shivering. And I would not have known that if not for Kashmir. But that is a big sign. It's the panting. It's the grimacing the drooling, and then that shivering intermittent shivering is what that pain sign was. Well, yeah, there is quite a lot of ways that you can figure out if you dogs in pain and sometimes they're hard. Sometimes they the changes in behavior or Dokes is so good at covering their pain and showing that pain sometimes depending on for a long time before you even notice it. Well, that's the would you mentioned behavior. That's right. Before the shivering started earlier in the day. He was acting weird. And he sometimes will go up and lay in my closet. He likes dark space, especially when the storms coming or something. But he got in the shower. I just taken a shower he went in the shower, and he hates the shower, and he wouldn't come out health. Like, what are you doing standing in there? So he was exhibiting. I'd be just standing there. Panting looking at me and to get him out. I turn the shower on I got him out of the shower. And then he was just being really weird. So that was did you say there was a storm happening at that time knows the next day was the eclipse, but sometimes when there's a storm coming he'll go into the closet or he'll do something. But it was a beautiful day. You know the night before here. Great, of course. So so, okay, there's my friend we swindle her. She's from the canine message, guilty, canine massage therapist, she she writes. So there's thirty five subtle ways. Duke show, their muscular pain, one is gates change. So gauges the way a dope moves and a dope will only change the way they can move for reason. So. Limping lameness helping even hopping throwing a leg GRA crabbing, which is elbowing out. So it might be very subtle seated see or suddenly, you might be able to see it and go. Okay. Did that don't. Yeah. Is this something happened? Second thing is changing behaviors is. So you noted there's something very odd that bonds did, but he hadn't normally done, and they can become grumpy did you notice any more grumpiness anymore because you know, has his issues. See he was grumpy than usual. Yeah. And sometimes he tries to get Kashmir plane. He had no interest and same thing on the other side. We're when Kashmir before she got sick. He wanted to play with her and she would just sit and growl at him. Like get off me. I don't want. They can you know that that. I don't feel good. Yeah. Exactly aggression as well. So they might just not be their usual self. They might curl up. Just not want to interact so adult that was really into interacting is now nothing not into that. This post to change dogs back is chain or concave. So the doco notch school reaching concave is close sway back could be very subtle. And I know when jasmine has a stomach ache back office. That she has a stomach ache. When she does that so Tokyo flicks. Did you realize that what probably the subtlest symptom of painful happens often form in the dog's coat which mirror the shape of the muscle underneath. So it makes perfect sense. Because when a muscle is injured and unable to perform correctly, it creates a pull on the skin above it. The hairs of the Cote grow from the skin at the muscles. Very tight has made Hibbitt blood flow to the skin causing poor circulation. So the Cote could often become dry and course, in a certain area of the dukes, buddy. So if you look at your dog's coat, you go to swell here, they're of no dry patch here, or there might not be paying. But if it's something that you see that's just come on. All that is different get to know your dog's coat, and what way it lies, and if you see a swirl these see it standing up somewhere than be aware of it. Now with Sadie, for example. I know when sometimes she's. Whether pain is because sometimes at the base of her tail the hair will suddenly stick up. I know that I need to message that area a little bit because she's feeling pain in that area. I also notice different cook swells along in her coat at various points, especially Radha hips. And I know she's having a particularly difficult day. Also dry have that kind of thing. So look, and then of course, dislike of being groomed. So if you had dogs that didn't like to be touched during thing like that. Now that could be because they're paying or the sensitive tickles when you touch them. But if you've had a dog that's been fine with grooming. And now all of a sudden, isn't that sit don't force it. Please don't food. Don't think. Oh, the duke's trying to be dominant over the dog's trying to be stopping didn't force it the ducks trying to tell you something. So that not wanting to be touched not wanting to be groomed is a sign of it. So that's just five ways. And then you know, pain Dokes that start to maybe salvage little bit. And shake and shiver like you. So it's at intermittent. Just like a little bit know shutt-. Yeah. Then also season. I notice when I took Sadie sometimes, and I just even touch if she does a little flinch not with a head, but just didn't her skin. So that I realized that that's very sensitive area. So then I'll go again, and I'll touch again. And then and then she seems to be fine with it. But we've really got to recognize not just the major changes you can see. But also this subtle changes dogs in pain. Right. I agree because you know, the whole thing is with Kashmir win her seek them. I I knew there was a problem in something had happened. But we weren't one hundred percent sure, you know, I didn't know it was just something. But know had I missed signs beforehand that something was happening. Did it just happened that day? I wish I would've known because I would have gotten a right to the emergency vet that she ended up going to as opposed to, you know, we took her to a different bed, and, you know, so it does it would've saved us a lot of money to and a lot of time. So well, she's great. She's got a great. You know, you a great guardians full her. I mean, she couldn't be in a better place. Really could she thank you? Well, hopefully, not at least she's eating. Well, there's.

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"stomach ache" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

07:07 min | 3 years ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And I went online to look because I didn't know my husband's out of town, and that's a sign of pain. So that's when I took her to the vet. So then I was aware of it. So a couple of weeks ago in the Sunday night. Afternoon Barnes, it was acting weird. It was the Sunday before the eclipse, and we were laughing thinking will maybe it's the eclipse, maybe it affects animals how storms they can tell something's happening. Who knows? But he came inside. He wouldn't come up the stairs. And then he was acting kind of weird, and he was limping a little bit. But he's very klutzy. And sometimes he just limps a little, and he's just he's he's an odd dog as we know. But we love him. And we brought up the stairs. And Shawn said something's not right with him. And he's doing that shivering thing. Like Kashmir did. And I said, Nope, that's pain. And it was about eight o'clock at night. So we finally said, that's it. We're taking the vet. We took him up there. And they looked at him because we'd been afraid maybe he busted a knee or something, you know, you can tear me just like a human can. And the vet said looks like he's almost eleven or he's eleven now. It's arthritis is setting in looks like in the back, hips and the knees so they put him on anti inflammatories. And now, we have an appointment with our vet and a few weeks to see what's going to make sure that's what it is. But yeah. It was the shivering. And I would not have known that if not for Kashmir. But that is a big sign. It's the panting. It's the grimacing the drooling, and then that shivering intermittent shivering is what that pain sign was. Well, yeah, there is quite a lot of ways that you can figure out if your dog is in pain, and sometimes they're hard. Sometimes they the changes in behavior or your doctor so good at covering their pain and showing that pain sometimes, you know, they're paying on for a long time before you even notice it. Well, that's the would you mentioned behavior. That's right. Before the shivering started earlier in the day. He was acting weird. And he sometimes we'll go up and lay in my closet. He likes dark space, especially when the storms coming or something. But he got in the shower. I just taken a shower, and he went in the shower, and he hates the shower. And he wouldn't come out. What are you doing standing in there? So he was exhibiting. I'd be standing there. Panting looking at me and to get them out turn the shower on. I got out of the shower. And then he was just being really weird. So that was did you say there was a storm happening at that time knows the next day was the eclipse, but sometimes when there's a storm coming go into the closet or he'll do something. But it was a beautiful day. You know, the night before here, you know, great, of course. So so, okay, there's my friend. We swindle she's from the canine massage guilty, canine massage therapist. She she writes, there's very five subtle ways took their muscular pain, one is gate change. So. Gauges the way a dope mood and adult will only change the way they can move for a reason. So limping lameness hopping even hopping throwing a leg GRA crabbing, which is elbowing out. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So it might be very subtle see or suddenly, you might be able to see it. Go. Okay that. Yeah. Is this something happened? Second thing is changing behaviors is. So you noted something very old that bounced did that he hadn't normally done, and they can become grumpy did you notice any more grumpiness anymore because you know, has his issues. He was grumpy than usual. Yeah. And sometimes he tries to get cashmere to play, and he had no interest and same thing on the other side. We're when Kashmir before she got sick. He wanted to play with her and she would just sit and growl at him. Like get off me. They can you know. I feel good. Yeah. Exactly aggression as well. So they might just not be their usual self. They might curl up just not want to interact so adult that was really into a is now not not into that this post to change dogs back arching ogling concave, so that Dokan arch school reaching concave sway back be very subtle. And I know when jasmine has a stomach ache. Back office. Oh that she has a stomach ache. When she does that. So cooked flicks. Did you realize that what probably the subtlest symptom of muscle pain of all happens often form in the dog's coat which mirror the shape of the muscle underneath. So it makes sense because when a muscle is injured and unable to perform correctly. It creates a pull on the skin above it. The hairs of the Cote growth on the skin at the muscles. Very tight has made Hibbitt blood flow to the skin causing poor circulation. So the coat can often become dry and course, in a certain area of the Dokes, buddy. So if you look at your dog's coat, or if you go to swell here or there of a dry patch here, or there might not be paying. But if it's something that you see that's just come on different get to know, you'll Dokes coat and what way it lies. And if you see a swirl view, see it standing up somewhere, then be aware of it. Now with Sadie, for example. I know when sometimes she's where the pain. Because sometimes the base of tail the head will suddenly stick up. I know that I need to that area a little bit because she's feeding pain in that area. I also noticed different coats swells along her in her coat at various points, especially the hips. And I know she's having a particularly difficult day also dry hair that kind of thing. So look at the data, and then of course, dislike of being groomed. So if you had dogs that day might be touched during thing like that. Now, that's could be because they're paying the sensitive tickles when you touch them. But if you've had a dog that's been fine with grooming. And now all of a sudden, isn't that sit don't force it. Please don't force. It don't thing. Oh, the Dokes trying to be dominant overdose. Trying to be stopping force it that dog's trying to tell you something. So that not wanting to be touched not wanting to be groomed is a sign of it. So that's just five ways. And then, you know, pain Dokes start to maybe salivated little bit and shake and shiver. Like you. So it's an intermittent on like a little bit shutt-. Yeah. Then also. And I notice when I took Sadie sometimes, and I just even touch if she does little flinch not with a head, but just didn't her skin. So that I realized that that's very sensitive area. So then I'll go again, and I'll touch again. And then and then she seems to be fine with it. But we really got to recognize not just the major changes you can see. But also this subtle changes dogs in pain. Right. I agree because you know, the whole thing is with Kashmir win her seek them per se. I knew there was a problem in something had happened. But we weren't one hundred percent sure, you know, I didn't know it was just something. But you know, had I missed signs beforehand that something was happening. Did it just happened that day? I wish I would've known because I would have gotten a right to the emergency vet that she ended up going to as opposed to, you know, we took her to a different bed, and, you know, so it does it would save a lot of money to and a lot of time. So well, she's great. She's got a great. You know, you a great guardians for her. I mean, she couldn't be in a better place. Really could she thank you? Well, hopefully, not at least she's eating. Well, there's that..

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"stomach ache" Discussed on Take it or Leave it

Take it or Leave it

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on Take it or Leave it

"Kids, your most embarrassing googling like a so I'll tell you mine and this was prior to the Google. So this I had to actually ask people because I don't remember this was back in two thousand and six I'm sure Google was around, but I wasn't super tech savvy kinda I'm super tech savvy now while you call it the Google, so so am I my newborn was constipated. And I didn't know what to do, and I was panicking. So I called my mom, and I was like how do I get him to poop? He's he's terrible. Crying. He must have a stomach ache. It's been two days. The kid needs to take a crap. What do I do? And so my mom was like stick at thermometer and his butt. And I was like I'm sorry what? And she's like stick at thermometer and his but do it a couple of times. And then I'll take a crap. And I was like seems invasive and like something I don't want to do. And she's like, it's fine. I did it to you. And I was like she's like anytime you need if you got constipated you stick it in their bloop bloop. They're gonna poop. And so then my husband was like, please do not do that to our child. And I was like I he needs to poop. And so I stuck some petroleum jelly on there. And he took a big old crap. Now, I don't know if I was the only one who ever did that o-, obviously, not my mom did it to me and probably my other three siblings. But my point is before Google moms were telling other moms thermometers up their kids. So I, but he pooped I can't even think of the most embarrassing thing that I go because I Google every five seconds. Yeah. Because I have that weird like. Anxiety where I think that something's wrong with me and my children every five seventy five. Yeah. I'm like my kid did to wines, and then along cry does that mean his arm is gonna fall a like, I immediately. Yes, it will. All right. Do we have we have Tanya from Philadelphia, and she has three children billion? Oh. All right. How is it going? It's going it's wet here. But it's going to we had a nasty storm middle of the morning night. So Tanya, I I didn't I don't remember what time it started rain number one podcast across all stations globally. If you keep saying people so Tanya, tell us the weirdest thing or the most embarrassing parenting Google experience you had. What the barriers I don't know. How embarrassing and as but I will because my son likes her sickest finger up. My other son's knows. I know you're going to go somewhere else. So did I. Tap doing that he keeps like sticking his finger. My eighteen month old keeps sticking his finger up my newborn snows, and he's like pulling out brokers. I'm like, why do you keep doing? Okay. Well, first of all tell him. Thank you because he's being a helper. But I think that's probably something that's totally normal. I think kids like that that age for sure they stick their fingers up other people's knows noses because like Mason is two and a half. That's my nephew, by the way..

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"stomach ache" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It's with Adam McKay, the director of step brothers and Talladega nights and the latest vice movie succession, he's the executive producer on succession on HBO. He did he turned Michael Lewis's the big short book into movies got a lot of rain and he's funding. And if you want to. I have an entertaining easy. Listen from someone in Hollywood who's not despicable and doesn't gross. You out at McKay would be a good person to listen to for a while. We've talked about this a little bit locally. I was listening to these this podcast of yours. Adam McKay, ruin my life hours. Yeah. Ours I McKay ruined my life. As a result of a story that he told about having a heart attack because he said that one of the signs of having a heart attack was his bad stomach pain that he had spoiler alert. And he thought that it was you know, just a stomach ache. But he remembered hearing that that was kind of a heart attack. And now every time I have a stomach ache. I think I'm having a Harley billing stunning, and I don't know when it's going to be real. And when it's not going to be real because I can't go to the hospital every time I have a stomach ache because I have stomach aches a lot. I have a terrible diet. But if I ignore it, and it's the wrong stomach ache die of a heart attack. This guy hasn't gotten out of my head since I heard the story. I don't know what it's like to be you plagued by field with every syllable in every step that you take. I'm sorry. I'm sorry that you all are half to exist. This way. I mean in must be torture. You think you're getting blood clots when you're driving in your leg that could happen. That's why you get the sandals that had little being Cheetos little pokey things at the bottom. Get good to circulate. It won't happen though. I mean, but it only takes once it only takes one. That's the thing about a lot of these ailments. It only takes one one. Are you a hypochondriac gotshall Conroe? He is a Hypo Adriana hypochondriac jelly last week. We did the twenty minutes on I have a heart murmur like the headache. He goes immediately to the most horrible place. He's insane. You should see under his desk. He's Walgreens under his desk is a pharmacy. How many times have you thought that you have some sort of brain ailment? Oh, it definitely have some sort of brain. Not. I think I have some. I have something for sure, but I have like this pinched nerve in my back by like, my shoulder blade. And the problem with that is that that back pain goes up and around and you feel it in your chest. So I constantly look I haven't told anyone I have chest pains today. I don't know what that is. I've had some t to see if it's that. But it may be my back again because sometimes back pain gets disguised as a chest pain to know, the pinched nerve will do that to you, Dan, it will it will absolutely make you think you have a heart attack. I've gone to the doctor because of a pinched nerve like the second. I feel it and pick him having a heart attack. Your your hypochondriac put it on the poll Alison does t help with a heart attack? At asked him tea helps with everything can't hurt. Right. It's everything's at my cough..

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"stomach ache" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It's with Adam McKay, the director of step brothers and Talladega nights and the latest vice movie succession, he's the executive producer on succession on HBO. He did he turned Michael Lewis's the big short book into movies got a lot of rain and he's funding. And if you want to. I have an entertaining easy. Listen from someone in Hollywood who's not despicable and doesn't gross. You out at McKay would be a good person to listen to for a while. We've talked about this a little bit locally. I was listening to these this podcast of yours. Adam McKay, ruin my life hours. Yeah. Ours I McKay ruined my life. As a result of a story that he told about having a heart attack because he said that one of the signs of having a heart attack was his bad stomach pain that he had spoiler alert. And he thought that it was you know, just a stomach ache. But he remembered hearing that that was kind of a heart attack. And now every time I have a stomach ache. I think I'm having a Harley billing stunning, and I don't know when it's going to be real. And when it's not going to be real because I can't go to the hospital every time I have a stomach ache because I have stomach aches a lot. I have a terrible diet. But if I ignore it, and it's the wrong stomach ache die of a heart attack. This guy hasn't gotten out of my head since I heard the story. I don't know what it's like to be you plagued by field with every syllable in every step that you take. I'm sorry. I'm sorry that you all are half to exist. This way. I mean in must be torture. You think you're getting blood clots when you're driving in your leg that could happen. That's why you get the sandals that had little being Cheetos little pokey things at the bottom. Get good to circulate. It won't happen though. I mean, but it only takes once it only takes one. That's the thing about a lot of these ailments. It only takes one one. Are you a hypochondriac gotshall Conroe? He is a Hypo Adriana hypochondriac jelly last week. We did the twenty minutes on I have a heart murmur like the headache. He goes immediately to the most horrible place. He's insane. You should see under his desk. He's Walgreens under his desk is a pharmacy. How many times have you thought that you have some sort of brain ailment? Oh, it definitely have some sort of brain. Not. I think I have some. I have something for sure, but I have like this pinched nerve in my back by like, my shoulder blade. And the problem with that is that that back pain goes up and around and you feel it in your chest. So I constantly look I haven't told anyone I have chest pains today. I don't know what that is. I've had some t to see if it's that. But it may be my back again because sometimes back pain gets disguised as a chest pain to know, the pinched nerve will do that to you, Dan, it will it will absolutely make you think you have a heart attack. I've gone to the doctor because of a pinched nerve like the second. I feel it and pick him having a heart attack. Your your hypochondriac put it on the poll Alison does t help with a heart attack? At asked him tea helps with everything can't hurt. Right. It's everything's at my cough..

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"stomach ache" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

05:19 min | 3 years ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And he sometimes we'll go up and lay in my closet. He likes dark space, especially when the storms coming or something. But he got in the shower. I just taken a shower, and he went in the shower, and he hates the shower. And he wouldn't come out. Like, what are you doing standing in there? So he was exhibiting who was just standing there. Panting looking at me and to get him out. I turn the shower on I got him out of the shower. And then he was just being really weird. So that was did you say there was a storm happening at that time knows the next day was the eclipse, but sometimes when there's a storm coming he'll go into the closet or he'll do something. But it was a beautiful day. You know the night before here. Great, of course. So so, okay, there's my friend. We swindle her from the canine massage guilty, canine massage therapist. She she writes, it there's very five subtle ways Duke show there and muscular pain, one is gates change. So Gators the way a dope moves and adult will change the way they can move for a reason. So. Limping lameness hopping hopping throwing a leg gra- crabbing, which is elbowing out. So it might be very subtlety or suddenly you might be able to see it and go. Okay. That don't you is this something happened. Second things changing behaviors is. So you noted there's something very old that bounced he did that he hadn't normally done, and they can become grumpy did you notice any more grumpiness anymore because he has issues. Been grumpy than usual. Yeah. And sometimes he tries to get cashmere to play, and he had no interest and same thing on the other side. We're when Kashmir before she got sick. He wanted to play with her and she would just sit and growl at him. Like get off me. I don't want. They can you know. Feel good. Yeah. Exactly aggression as well. So they might just not be their usual self. They might curl up a lot and just not want to interact so adult that was really into attracting now not in not into that post to change dogs back arching going concave. So that com arch school reaching concave sway back could be very subtle. And I know when jasmine has a stomach ache back office. That she has a stomach ache. When she does that so coked flicks. Did you realize that probably the subtlest symptom of muscle pain of all Patten's often form in the dog's coat which mirror the shape of the muscle underneath. So it makes perfect sense. Because when a muscle is injured and unable to perform correctly, it creates a pull on the skin above it. The hairs of the Cote growth from the skin the muscles, very tight inhibit blood flow to the skin causing circulation. So the coat can often become dry and course, in a certain area of the dogs, buddy. So if you look at your jokes coat, or if you go to swell here or there of a dry patchy or there might not be paying if it's something that you see that's just come on. That is different get to know your dog's coat, and what way it lies, and if you see a swirl these see it standing up somewhere, then be aware of it. Now with Sadie, for example. I know when sometimes she's. Where the pain is. Because sometimes at the base of the tail the hair will suddenly stick up and know that I need to message that area that will bit because she's feeding pain in that area. I also noticed different coats swells along her in her coat at various points, especially around hips. And I know she's having a particularly difficult day also dry hair that kind of thing. So look, and then of course, it is like being groomed. So if you had dogs that Dan liked to be touched or anything like that. Now, that's it could be because they're paying or the sensitive tickles when you touch them. But if you've had a dog that's been fine with grooming. And now all of a sudden, isn't that sit don't force it. Please don't force. It don't think all the dogs trying to be dominant over the dog's trying to be stopping don't force. It looks trying to tell you something. So that not wanting to be touched not wanting to be groomed is a sign of it. So that's just five ways. And then you know pain docs, that start to maybe salivated a little bit. Shake and shiver like you saw that intermittent like just like a little bit. You know shutt-? Yeah. Then also on I notice when I took Sadie sometimes, and I just even touch as she does little flinch not with a head, but just didn't her skin. So that I realized that that's very sensitive area. So then I'll go again, and I'll touch again. And then and then she seems to be fine with it. But we really got to recognize not just the major changes you can see. But also this subtle changes dogs in pain. Right. I agree because you know, the whole thing is with Kashmir win. Her Siegen bursts. I knew there was a problem in something had happened. But we weren't one hundred percent. Sure, I didn't know it was just something. But had I missed signs beforehand that something was happening. Did it just happened that day? I wish I would've known because I would have gotten a right to the emergency vet that she ended up going to as opposed to you know, we took her to a different bed. And so it does it would've saved us a lot of money to and a lot of time. So well, she's great. She's got a great. You know, you a great guardians for her. And she couldn't be in a better place. Really could she thank you? Well, hopefully, not at least she's eating. Well, there's that..

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"stomach ache" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:47 min | 3 years ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Having like a toothache or stomach ache. Tossed uncomfortable and one of the most awful things you can have. So people are coming in. They're sleeping, you know. They don't tell necessarily some sleeping issues when they come in. But you know, when they're come when they're done with the what's cool about the program like people come in. And they're very they're very very skeptical that they're even going to lose weight, and then they stop focusing on the waiting to start thinking about how their health is improving. Sandra came in thirty nine year old female, she lost chip severe sleeping issues. She was she was having a lot getting up trouble falling asleep. Trouble staying asleep, waking up early tossing and turning just having a ton of issues sleeping and a lotta times. It's an adrenal adrenal issue with cortisol levels and things like that. And you know, the cortisol is so important they're supposed to they're supposed to cortisol is great. It's it's produced by the adrenal glands. And and so it's supposed to during the day help you burn fat and at night help you sleep. And if you're have adrenal exhaustion issues a lot of times, you'll see the. Opposite. You can't you can't burn fat, and you can't sleep. And so she came in she lost twenty four pounds in forty days. So, you know, great usually see twenty five to two thirty five with women. So she was just a little bit under that. But what's great about? It is that she's she says that after the first seven to ten days at a program. She's basically been sleeping like a rock falling asleep. Eleven o'clock. She goes to bed will arm wakes up at seven she says, she doesn't even realize she's asleep anymore. She's just kind of goes to bed wakes up. Boom. Ritz ready to start a day rested feeling great no crashes in the three o'clock in the afternoon. Much less need for coffee in the afternoon, which is great which is going to help her sleep. So you see when you get this thing going in one direction. It's going to stay going in one direction. Yeah. Twenty four pounds sleeping like a rock. She came in. We did hair and saliva sample bio energetic scans bloodwork functional assessment. We gave her hormones support hypothetical support. We also gave her adrenal support got the got the body work in the right way. And now, we got the results that we see. It's not surprising either right around that age right around the age of thirty nine forty. I hear more and more that right between the ages of thirty nine and forty one a lot of things change in the women's body and cycle. Right. And so it's really it's interesting every ten years. Right. Exactly. So I think that it's interesting that you brought that up but speaking of the health benefits. So we've had this happen a bunch of times in our office. But this just recently happened again, Michelle who I believe she's in her mid thirties as she lost eighty pounds. She did too. Yeah. I mean, really really a lot of weight eighty pounds. What happened was she had some trouble getting pregnant with her first child. And so did a lot of you know. Hormone therapy type stuff, and I v f and clone. Clo med and all these other things and all of these drugs are really known for they'll they'll put that time away and really just create all sorts of bloating in the body all sorts of very unpleasant things. But you know, she got a baby out of it, which is really a great positive. But because of that she had gained not only a bunch of weight before she got pregnant, but also while she was pregnant and then afterwards, really hard hard time taking it off. So then she tried to get pregnant again, again more hormones and more of these procedures. And unfortunately, her second time was not as successful as her first. But she was about eighty pounds heavier than she had started out before. So she came to us. She did to forty day rounds, which basically means she went pound for pound on both of them. And that's very common because this was not Heregger. Wait, right. This was weight put on with right? So that's why she went pound for pound because her body really needed. It really needed to get ready for pound for pound pound a day for a man is impressive pound for pound for pound a day for a woman is absolute we've had a number of women. So anyway, so she comes she comes in. And she says she goes, you guys wouldn't believe she came in for hair and saliva test just one after the program, and she says, you wouldn't believe what I have to tell you. She says I'm pregnant. Oh, no hormones great now. I have no clue. No, nothing. She says, I guess my body got rid of all the toxins of all the extra hormones. I dropped all this way. She says a now pregnant. It's a really great story. But you know, we've had this happen. You know, probably I would say, yeah. Half a dozen to a dozen times where you know. But she by the way, completely didn't expect that I mean, her her her and her husband fully, like just, you know. No, we're settled with one child and happy and the baby's healthy. And so now she's about to have a second one. And she says I can't believe I'm going to have to lose weight again. But you know, what I think is going to happen to be honest with you. Regulators more probably gain show probably James has not gained a ton of weight already. And she even said that with that with the first baby she had gained so much during the first couple of weeks and kept gaining and she said with this one she feels completely different. She feels so much healthier. And really feels good not as much nausea during the practice. Really? She says it's just a whole different experience for her. She feels like herself, and it's really great and congratulations to her. And you know, looking forward to meeting that healthy baby. Yeah. That's that's awesome. We had Joel also I had somebody came in. And was telling me the same thing Joe came in. And she's thirty two years old. She hasn't had a regular cycle in years. She says it was she would come and go heavy bleeding for days on end. And it wouldn't then it would go for weeks than it would stop for months and completely inconsistent. And she came in and similar situation. You know, she said that. Then Saipan cycle, totally stopped. She's down seventeen pounds in twenty two days. Which is great. And the cycles says is she had seemed like she was regulating with a cycle. She hadn't had it. He came in the beginning couple of days. No issues with it. No pain nothing like that. No, no serious symptoms that way might seem like that was regulated as well. So we do see this all the time when the hypothalamus year, that's your main hormone control that starts regulating itself. You're gonna see all the types of different hormonal issues. Go away all types of different. Problems.

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"stomach ache" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"That she has a stomach ache. When she does that so coke flicks. Did you realize that probably the subtlest symptom of Maceda pain of all Patten's often form in the dog's coat which mirror the shape of the muscle underneath. So it makes perfect sense. Because when a muscle is injured and unable to perform correctly, it creates a pull on the skin above it. The hairs of the Cote grow from the skin if the muscles very tight, inhibit blood flow to the skin causing pool circulation. So the coat can often become dry and course, in a certain area of the dogs body. So if you look at your dog's coat, or if you go to swell here, or there of a dry patch here, or there might not be paying if it's something that you see that's just come on. All that is different get to know your dog's coat, and what way it lies, and if you see a swirl view see it standing up somewhere than be aware of it. Now with Sadie, for example. I know when sometimes she's. Where the pain is. Because sometimes at the base of her tail the hair will suddenly stick up and know that I need to message that area a little bit because she's feeding pain in that area. I also noticed different coats swells along her in her coat at various points, especially her hips. And I know she's having a particularly difficult day also dry hair that kind of thing. So look for that. And then, of course, it dislike of being groomed. So if you had two dogs that don't like to be touched or anything like that. Now, that's. It could be because they're paying or the sensitive it tickles when you touch them. But if you had a dog that's been fine with grooming. And now all of a sudden, isn't that sit don't force it. Please don't force. It don't think the dog's trying to be dominant over the dog's trying to be stopping don't force. It looks trying to tell you something. So that not wanting to be touched not wanting to be groomed is a sign of it. So that's just five ways. And then you know, pain docs, that start to maybe salivated little bit and shake and shiver like you saw intermittent guys on like shutt-. Yeah. Then also on I notice when I took Sadie sometimes. And I just even touches she does a little flinch not with a head, but just didn't her skin. So that I realized that that's very sensitive area. So then I'll go again, and I'll touch again. And then and then she seems to be fine with it. But we really got to recognize not just the major changes you can see. But also this subtle changes dogs in pain. Right. I agree because. You know, the whole thing is with Kashmir when her seek so I knew there was a problem in something had happened. But we weren't a hundred percent. Sure. I didn't know it was just something. But you know, had I missed signs beforehand that something was happening. Did it just happened that day? I wish I would've known because I would have gotten a right to the emergency vet that she ended up going to as opposed to you know, we took her to a different bed. And so it does it's it would've saved us a lot of money to and a lot of time. So well, she's great. She's got a great. You know, you a great guardians for her. I mean, she couldn't be in a better place. Really could she thank you? Well, hopefully, not at at least you eating. Well, there's that. Right after these messages. I called it. Our offense. Can it was rough wrinkly like a brillo pad? His hair was falling out in clumps PDA stopped eating and all his hair fell out or golden retriever Sundance, scratched incessantly hair. All over n V, I T E dot com..

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"stomach ache" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It didn't last that long. It didn't last with your trainer that long. I actually did the results were decent. Yeah. And some of the things that he taught me I used I guess what might confusion is with this is I mean, you're. Johnson billy. She knows you. Yes seen you naked yet. Right. What is the point of doing all this extra work physically, which we'll get to wire diet doesn't match and you're all counterproductive anyway. And you're probably going to kill your cell count. Why are you doing? It's for the pictures as he it's strictly for picture. People are just gonna put up in their jump ahead of Billy because I look back at my pictures, and it's awesome. Like, I love pictures. I great. I don't know. What is now who else is looking at these pictures at any given time other than when they come to your house, and you bust them out or they see it on the wall is anybody else looking at these pictures. No on the regular. Oh. But it's for me. It's it's strictly for you. Right. You are getting yourself in shape using a wedding as some sort of goal some sort of marker. So that you can take good pictures of yourself. And then look at them. Are you talking about me I'm talking about? I'm I feel like that is the whole point game. Here. You want us to work out all the time. If you like the way you look at pictures for your wedding. Why not look that way all the time and take pictures all that just for the wedding. I work out. Look, I I started keeping like a gym log last year where I'd go on and write down everything that I did. And I see here. Now when I started doing p ninety x a couple times, I wasn't keeping track of that. But I have here like sixty five different Jim outings like last year. That's not bad. You know, many days there in the year. Yeah. There's three hundred and sixty. But that's like look is. I want to tell you this because you're not gonna like it. But you know, people say that if you only go to gym twice a week. It says productive for your health is going five times a week. You want to hear say that the doctors and people that you want to hear say that last time I checked your Instagram was Mr. is grizzly doctor. I can say that in a heartbeat. There's nothing illegal about that. In fact, maybe I'll start a second one. And it's not doctors Grizz. It's Mr Gutierrez. Oh, sorry. That's is e and that's our is e Gutierrez I picked up like seven hundred followers just pimping my Instagram yesterday. So I'm gonna go ahead and do it again. Yeah. So so I shouldn't work out for the wedding is what you're saying. I mean, the weddings, not the motivation. I just wanna be healthier like I wanna be healthier. I want to be on social media last like, do you have any things you want to change about your life going into the new year? You I hate that. I don't do New Year's resolutions. You want to be healthier than you are. Now, you want to be healthier in general. Or are you looking to the future and saying I don't wanna be unhealthy then because you're paranoid already. Well, I was going to say in the local hour for those of you just joining us. I was telling Izzy that I'm concerned that I'm having a heart attack because I have a stomach ache which could either be from bad eating or could be because I did apps. Yeah. Yesterday. And my ads are not used to getting worked out and Adam McKay once told Dan that he had a heart attack, and he was having a stomach ache. And that like let them know that it was going on. So now I'm concerned every time of a stomach ache that I'm having a heart attack. There's such a clear difference between ABC pain when you worked out and a stomach ache..

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"stomach ache" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"stomach ache" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I want to be on social media last like, do you have any things you want to change about your life going into the new year? I hate that. I don't do New Year's resolutions. You wanna be healthier than you are? Now, you want to be healthier in general. Are you looking to the future and saying I don't wanna be unhealthy then because you're paranoid already. Well, I was going to say in the local hour for those of you just joining us. I was telling Izzy that I'm concerned that I'm having a heart attack because I have a stomach ache which could either be from bad eating or could be because I did Avs. Yeah. Yesterday. And my ads are not used to getting worked out and Adam McKay wants told Dan that he had a heart attack and he was having a stomach ache. And that like let them know that it was going on. So now I'm concerned every time of a stomach ache that I'm having a heart attack. There's such a clear difference between ABC pain when you worked out and a stomach ache like guest Bill brand new to you than it was your first day doing apps. Well, you've never felt abdominal soreness or it could be my first heart attack. That's the problem. If I don't know what's going on here. Now, if I don't know what a heart attack feels like that's a problem. No. It's a good thing. I mean who wants to know what a heart attack feels like I feel like the only people that know at heart attacks feel like our people that have had heart attacks. So if I don't know what it feels like I'm doing good, right or doctors. Can you know, what something feels like if you haven't experienced if people have held you told you enough? Yeah. So so what are we talking about? Well, why? Well, I mean, it's twofold here, why are you are you trying to get fit to look at a bunch of pictures of yourself down the road randomly and say, hey, that was a good three months stretch for me. Or are you trying to do so for your life in general because your eating habits do not match those said intentions my eating habits were better until I found the Burger King avenue? I started getting coupons for cheap things. That's when things went downhill N Sidney minis came back. I can't stop talking about these sending and he's coming back. But yeah, nice. Look good for the wedding. It'd be nice to good for the pictures. But I also now realise that I'm going to be fat in the future, and I'm going to be out of shape. So like am. I just going to be depressed when I look back at my wedding pictures. Like, look, I was so and it's just a lie. Like, I was depressed. I think your wife might be depressed. And she looks back and said look at the potential, so you're that's another thing is you're setting the standard for yourself that will be on your wall for the rest of time. And if your then wife is saying man, Billy look. How good you look there. Why did you stop trying? So I know what you're saying. I'm reading between the lines here. I can read what you're saying. Like a book you're saying I should get really unhealthy for the wedding. And I should put on a lot of weight. And then that way any little effort I make in the future. I'll look better than that. They the wedding. You think I should look the worst I've ever looked. So then those terrible pictures are on the wall, and then like ten years from now, even if I lose three pounds from that twenty that I gained you're like, well, look you look so much thinner than you did at our wedding. That's what you're saying. I'm not saying to do that. But that would make more sense than what you're doing now..

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Woman develops donor's peanut allergy after lung transplant

Live and Local 4 Lunch with Chelsea, Ellen and Steve

01:55 min | 3 years ago

Woman develops donor's peanut allergy after lung transplant

"So the woman in this case needed a single lung transplants emphysema so emphysema's kinda like, you know, when you blow up a balloon so much you let the air out of the blue knob, let the air out of the blue just sitting there kind of Wagner was some Erin it at a doesn't really have that compression to push the air out. That's like an emphasis along. And so you aren't getting a lot of air in and you're not going to the older out is they're not going to get gas exchange, which you need you need to oxygen make your blood. So you're not getting the gas exchange and so she needed a lung transplant. So she received a new left long from a twenty two year old male donor. It's interesting how the younger generation seems to have more of these allergies. So the woman's recovery was going well, but the day before. She was scheduled to go home from hospital. She felt Titus center. Chest was having trouble breathing her. Doctors weren't sure why this happening with was respiratory failure. None of the tests pointed to what was going on. And it wasn't until the woman mentioned that she got her allergies after eating the PB and J sandwich. She didn't have other allergy symptoms. You even have Arash stomach ache. Just trouble breathing. So they looked at the male donors

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Why Is Holly a Christmas Decoration?

BrainStuff

06:38 min | 3 years ago

Why Is Holly a Christmas Decoration?

"Support. For brain stuff comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans are excited to introduce their all new rate shield approval. If you're in the market to buy a home rate shield approval is a real game changer. And here's why first Quicken Loans will lock your rate for up to ninety days while you shop, but here's the crucial part every up your rate stays the same. But if rates go down your rate also drops either way you win. It's the kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage lender. To get started. Go to rocketmortgage dot com slash brain stuff rate shield approval. Only valid on certain thirty year purchase transactions. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply based on Quicken Loans. Data in comparison to public data records, equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states and m s consumer access dot org number three zero three zero. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, I'm more in Vogel bomb and during the Christmas season, Holly adorns houses, all over the world, the prickly green plant, and it's red berries, whether real or crafted from plastic are popular ornament for anyone wanting to make their space a little more festive. But where did this tradition begin? Why do we deck our halls with boughs of Holly every December? What does Holly represent in the celebration of Christmas despite its association with the Christmas season? Holly did not get its name from wholly the name of the plant is very similar across both traumatic and Latin languages and its origin is probably the proto Indo European root word Cal, which appropriately means prickly or to prick a proto Indo European being the ancient base language of all Indo, European languages even in ancient times. People took advantage of the sharp ends of hollies leaves druids hung it on windows and doorways to fend off evil, which is spirits before. Holly was hung in houses to accompany Christmas trees, it was considered to be a sacred plant by the. Druids well, other plants wilted in winter weather, Holly remained green and strong. It's buries a brightly colored red in the harshest of conditions. The druids regarded Holly as a symbol of fertility. Eternal life thought to have magical powers in Riddick. Lor cutting down a Holly tree would bring bad luck. In contrast hanging. The plate in homes was believed to bring good luck and protection. Holly was also thought to protect homes against lightning strikes Romans associated Hollywood Saturn. The God of agriculture and harvest and duct the halls with its bows. During the festival of saturnalia early Christian calendars, Mark Christmas Eve as template exhorted her meaning churches are decked though, supposedly saturnalia celebrators didn't allow some Christians to hang bows and honor of Christmas Christians adopted, the Holly tradition from druid Celtic and Roman traditions and its symbolism changed to reflect Christian beliefs today. Christians may consider highly symbolic of Jesus Christ in two ways, the red berries, represent the blood that Jesus shed on the cross on the day. He was crucified. Legend states that Holly berries were originally white. But that the blood Christ shed for the sins of humankind stained the berries, forever, red hollies pointed leaves symbolized the crown of thorns placed on Jesus's head before he died on that cross. Holly is known as Christ Dohrn in German, meaning Christ Owen, both of these symbols are meant to serve as a reminder to Christians of Jesus suffering. But they aren't the only stories tying Holly to Jesus one claims that the cross on which Jesus was crucified was constructed of Hollywood. Another says that Holly sprang up from his footsteps less. Common symbolism includes the hollies white blossoms, representing purity. And the idea that if the Holly used decorate a home for Christmas as prickly. The man of the house will rule for the coming year. But if the whole used is smooth the woman will rule traditionally Holly has been associated specifically with men for whom it was considered to bring good luck and protection, the female counterpart to Holly being Ivy. But let's take a closer look at the science behind this legendary plant Holly botanical name, Alex Aquaphor. Liam is a shrub or tree found primarily in North America Europe and Asia with hundreds of species of the plant ranging from short shrubs, two meters, high or about six feet tall trees up to forty meters high or about one hundred and thirty feet, it's known primarily for its bright crimson, berries, and prickly. Green leaves holies can be evergreen, meaning the plants glossy leaves are on the tree year round or deciduous. Meaning the leaves fall off seasonally white flowers bloom in may or June and with help from insects like bees, the female flowers produced those characteristic berries. Like its holiday companion mistletoe hollies berries are toxic to humans resulting in nausea and severe stomach aches when ingested not. So for some animals, though, berries are a vital source of food for birds such rushes and blackbirds. Although the scarlet berries are famously prominent in homes for the holiday season, they're not the only useful part of hollies, the berries are poisonous. But the green leaves have been used in herbal remedies for centuries for various medical conditions like dizziness fever anti tension, though. There's currently little medical proof of the plan's effectiveness. Also Hollywood is hard and compact making it excellent for carving. It's sometimes use to make chess pieces and walking sticks. If you have a passion for Holly three hundred and sixty five days of the year, the mission of the New Jersey-based Holly society of America is to stimulate interest promote research and collect and disseminate information about the genus Illex members can join a local chapter find out where to get the best Christmas Holly and gaze upon the Holly of the year. As voted on by the HSA board of trustees. Today's episode was written by Sam Abramson and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other festive topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hello. My name is Kevin Pollack. Yes. The award winning funny fellow from that film. And or TV thing that makes you smile every darn time. You see it, folks. Did you know, I've got a new comedy podcast that was created with you and mine 'cause I do it's called alchemy this, and it was designed with a single purpose, you laughing a lot I'm talking please. Let someone else drive when listening if you enjoy laughing uncontrollably while running errands exercising or building a crispy cream doughnut machine. In your basement from parts you stole while working there. As an assistant manager, oh, buddy. Boy, I've got the comedy podcast for you each episode. I'm the puppet master who

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Red Meat Allergies Caused By Tick Bites Are On The Rise

Morning Edition

04:18 min | 4 years ago

Red Meat Allergies Caused By Tick Bites Are On The Rise

"The ticks range expands npr's alison aubrey reports one day last summer lars sterling took her doug governor for a walk on a trail near her house she lives in savannah park maryland later that evening she realized she'd been bitten by a tick i found it three or four inches to the left of my hip it bone and didn't think anything of it i just took it off and threw it away but about three weeks later she ate an italian style pork sausage for dinner and had a horrible reaction i would say it was probably six hours after i ate it it was in the middle of the night and i woke up covered in hives she was itching and scratching she felt lightheaded she also noticed stomach aches so she went to see an allergist he asked me did you change your detergent did you change anything in your diet and i said no and he said in the last month where you bitten by a tick and i said yes after a blood test the allergist told her she was allergic to red meat and maybe dairy too i thought it was completely crazy because i've eaten dairy and i've eaten red meat all my life her story is pretty typical of people who develop a red meat allergy after a tick bite says allergist scott commons he's an associate professor at unc chapel hill and he was among the first to identify the allergy in patients with tick bites about ten years ago he says back then there were just a few dozen known cases but now we're confident that the number is over five thousand at least in the us alone there are also cases in sweden germany and australia likely linked to other species of ticks now coming says in the us cases of moved beyond the southeast to new york maine and minnesota absolutely we're gonna find this continues to expand the reach of the tick is expanding and equally i think we have a blood test raising awareness and the word is getting out there's still a lot to learn about this allergy it's known as an alpha gal allergy alpha gallison's sugar that animals make including cows and pigs but we don't as humans we don't make this alpha gal sugar we all make an immune response to it so how does it tick bite 'cause as the allergy well it's possible that ticks inject alpha gal into people's bodies when they bite the ticks likely get it from feeding off wild animals such as mice or squirrels come and says it's also possible that ticks activate the response in another way whatever the tick is doing it seems that it's a very potent awakening for our immune system to produce antibodies and in this case it is antibodies to a very particular sugar in red meat as for laura sterling she now avoids all dairy and all red meat once i was told just stop eating it i was fine felt great allergies usually give their alpha gal patients epipens because reactions can be dangerous but the good news is that people can outgrow the allergy this is most likely to happen if they avoid further tick bites allison aubrey npr news all right when you're pregnant you know the doctors want you to get a few key vaccines and now the american college obstruct obstetricians and gynecologists is trying to make that a little bit easier for the first time it's put together a one page immunization guide for obese and midwives npr selena simmons duffin who happens to be pregnant at this very moment went to find out more the guide pulls together information about which shots pregnant women should skip which they can get an which they should definitely get the two and that should get category are the flu shot since the flu can be really dangerous for pregnant women and teed up the tetanus diphtheria protests vaccine would you have samuel you'll like it that's medical assistant kimberly johnson getting ready to give me teed up a few weeks ago at thirty weeks pregnant from spain the idea here is to protect newborns against pertussis or hooping cough people are like i never heard of who've been caused what's the big deal like why do we even have to worry about this that's dr laura riley she's the vice chair of obstetrics at massachusetts general hospital and helped write the.

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