17 Burst results for "Wellness Educator"

"wellness educator" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:40 min | Last month

"wellness educator" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"We have a mix of sun and clouds in Chicagoland is we head to a high of 91 degrees, and there is a chance for Some severe thunderstorms to move into the area later on today, right now 80 for it, Oh, here 83 at midway and 82 degrees along Chicago's lakefront on the markets, the Dow up 264 points. The NASDAQ is down 71 the S and P is up two points. Oil is rising. It's not just a little more than 2% today at 11 20 Our top story this hour. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown says At least 100 people have been arrested following a night of looting and unrest that left 13 officers injured and cause damage in the downtown and near north areas. Brown says it was not an organized protest, but instead an incident of pure criminality. Mayor Lightfoot calls it straight up felony criminal conduct. An assault on our city will have much more on this story. Coming up at 11 31. As many parents brace for another round of remote learning. A wellness expert is offering tips on how to improve upon the spring semester. Students learning from home while their parents are also remote, proved to be challenging this spring health and wellness educator at the Soma Institute Monique Costello says to get off on a better foot parent should find some alone time At the start of the day. You might have even had a community that was here a long time. But now when you don't have that you need to set some boundaries of wind is mom time when his dad time that time is not to get a jump, start on work e mails or check out social media, she says that exercise or channel Or sit in silence. It helped you start the day more positively, she suggests letting the kids help set boundaries for remote learning, set realistic expectations and give each other plenty of grace. Nancy Hardy NewsRadio 105.9 FM cleanup is underway after significant looting downtown and near north side of the city. Let's get some reaction from Illinois's House Republican leader Jim Durkin. He is joining US live leader Dirk and that's our first question. Just your initial reaction after seeing what went on last night. You know what I thank you for having me on I live in the suburbs that work in the city. I thought we went through this and we learned some lessons from a few months ago, but I am profoundly finally stunned and disheartened. By this utter Wallace that's being created time, attend again by criminals, not protesters, criminals who are taking advantage of every situation they can. And what is also equally disturbing is that there are no consequences. I listen to the superintendent of police this morning. He is absolutely 100% accurate is that there's no consequences because the state's attorney of Cook County is not enforcing the laws of Illinois against these looters. These criminals, so many cases were dismissed. Months ago. Many of them weren't even charged. These criminals know that they could get away with this without any technique consequence, and it's unfortunate that the state's attorney of Cook County is doing the work of the public defender. We need to do more. The state of Illinois City. Chicago is not an island state of Illinois has a responsibility. There has to be greater resource is by the Illinois state police, the National Guard. And, yes, we need federal help. This cannot go on any longer. There's millions of people who live by the rules, played by the rules, pay their taxes to live in a decent society, and we cannot let these group of criminals Destroy our beautiful city. And yet you have the merry iterated today. She doesn't want national guard. She doesn't want any federal agents. Chicago Police are outnumbered. I'm sorry. I have.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Life to just go back a little bit and give context for our audience who art as familiar with your work and you know we've we've kind of touched a little bit on the vibration and why that is important and how it affects us physically mentally and emotionally personally but I would love to just carry your story and kind of what brought you to founding vibrate higher daily and and all the things that you do in this world and your book coming out so I know that's been like a big labor of love related to your story as well so take the floor yes so. I am a wellness educator later a spiritual writer the founder of a website call vibrate higher daily favorite twitter account. Your Shit Twenty four seven. Thank you ooh yes. Thank you so much for that. I absolutely love twitter community and twitter. Yeah I do you have your the twitter trash I love it. Oh No it's so necessary. I WanNa see what you're thinking now what you look like yeah. Twitter is complete yet. A lot of people are maybe intimidated by just a whole new world because they are completely different from other like you. Don't you don't speak or share the same like you do. You can share the same message but your your conversation is it just looks different on twitter and if you try to do the same thing like the cookie cutter it just doesn't work like it doesn't resonate like you have to know twitter protocol protocol. You gotta saying Yeah Yeah So. I love twitter absolutely. Twitter is so fun and I'm on.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

02:02 min | 10 months ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Excited to welcome La La Delia. And she is an incredible Writer she is an author spiritual creative wellness educator and to such a powerful presence. I had never met law before for an yeah I was just she. She's not only beautiful and striking in that way but like her spirit is really beautiful. Yeah vibrate higher daily baby. She said a blog for quite some time and she's one of my favorite people to follow on twitter all you twitter people Definitely check her out. Torque her twitter handle is just her name and she posts these beautiful profound owned thoughts in quotes. And it's really made up impact on my life just reading them and disconnecting from any thought patterns that I have in reconnecting with the truth that she shares and we talk a lot about how vibration plays contributing or contributes to just how we connect with others how are how we perceive the world and so it was really interesting to talk about those experiences that she's had in particular that's really influenced what she teaches and writes rates about now we talk about manifestation me talk about being in less doing doing doing and how that contributes to your vibration and just how we how we show up in the world and she grew up. You know the way she didn't she grew up. It wasn't necessarily a good foundation for her to be the as high as she is. So I really wanted to know about the journey to becoming so thoughtful and so high vibrational because it is a practice. It is something that you need the figure out and you need to learn and you need to continue to do. And she's really made her life work to help. People become more spiritually creative more spiritually in tune. And she's a joy and a pleasure and I really enjoyed like the flow and energy of this conversation. Of course it's going to be good with someone like her but it's just a great great experience for for us to really tap into empowerment transformation And how we can really learn to raise our VIBE and.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"An all too familiar scene plays out in queen Anne slim which just opened director Melina Matsoukas says her goal was to make real world headlines personal for viewers I wanted to to channel that trauma into the frames especially into the scene where they pulled over I want an audience to be in that car with them when they see the siren behind them and understand what it feels like to be a person of color being pulled over by the police and nine until I can change like that Hollywood I'm David Daniel it's five till correspondent Scott Kerr has some advice about preparing that bird before you throw it into the oven washing and rinsing make things planer already in our brains to do that it may seem counterintuitive but nutrition and wellness educator at the university of Illinois Drusilla banks has been getting the word out he may even start out by saying rinse the Turkey wins the ticket but she cautions we really should resist the urge to rinse poultry before we cook it inside cavity and the outside could contain micro organisms that could make you sick such as capital back toward them in our spring water all over the bird can spread the germs lurking inside or on your Turkey to the kitchen sink area or any food nearby many people aren't real careful about the rent thing so we have this powerful jet of water coming out of the thing and the research says they can slash is five three feet away he says even the most thorough rinsing isn't going to wash away all potentially dangerous bacteria anyway but that a thorough cooking will kill all of it what will make it fate is a fake cooking temperature and that a hundred sixty five degrees Fahrenheit check it in several different places and you'll have destroyed all the bacteria I've got in what's become a holiday tradition for us corresponded Stephan Kaufman at three before the hour get some cooking.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:41 min | 10 months ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Them and understand what it feels like to be a person of color being pulled over by the police and knowing that your life can change like that Hollywood I'm David Daniel it's five till correspondent Scott Kerr has some advice about preparing that bird before you throw it into the oven washing and rinsing makes things a planer with already in our brains to do that it may seem counterintuitive but nutrition and wellness educator at the university of Illinois Drusilla banks has been getting the word out he may even start out by saying rinse the Turkey or went to the check in but she cautions we really should resist the urge to rinse poultry before we cook it inside cavity and the outside could contain micro organisms that could make you sick fetches scapula bacteria salmonella spring water all over the bird can spread the germs lurking inside or on your Turkey to the kitchen sink area already food nearby many people aren't real careful about the rent thing so we have that is powerful jet of water coming out of the thing in the research says they can splash as far as three feet away he says even the most thorough rinsing isn't going to wash away all potentially dangerous bacteria anyway but that a thorough cooking will kill all of it what will make it fate is a safe cooking temperature and that a hundred sixty five degrees Fahrenheit check it in several different places and you'll have destroyed all the bacteria Mr I've got in what's become a holiday tradition for us corresponded Stephan Kaufman at three before the hour get some cooking tips from youngsters the kidneys and Mrs jungles kindergarten class know.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

10:31 min | 11 months ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"More difficult to detecting halt then the traffic in drugs such as opium pimm multi and and more vicious more deadly even these soul destroying drums. It's not everybody. This is Jason Wilson with a curious about cannabis podcast. Thanks so much for tuning in once again over the last two episodes. We've been exploring the topic of cannabis safety and harm reduction. We explored the toxicity of some of the major chemical constituents of cannabis how cannabis can interact with medications and contaminants that could be found in cannabis products now for the third and final part of the series. We're going to be focusing on the topics of team cannabis use before we dive into some of the ways that cannabis users can actually minimize some of the risks. That we've been talking about in these episodes so here we go the third and and final part of our series where we explore. The critical question is canvas. Safe in what are the risks of exposing children to cannabis at an early age as you might imagine. This is a very complicated question. Now offer this episode. We're going to ignore the topics of cannabis use during pregnancy while breastfeeding breastfeeding or the medical use of cannabis and children will explore this topics in other episodes. But for this episode we're going to focus on looking at the health. Risks of Atta lesson cannabis use during teenage years. This is your brain. The kids today have become come very wary of drug education of any kind her merely because kids had been exposed to tales of exaggerated harms or even outright lies about drug use for decades as part part of prohibition and abstinence based drug education programs so in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. You could go in in light of the kids. Whatever you wanted now they have google? This is Matt Matt Vogel Health and Wellness Educator. That's spent a lot of his time. Focusing on teaching high schoolers and college students about substance use and harm reduction strategies have had their cellphones in the moment. And it's interesting because a couple of years ago. I had a situation where I was presenting to a private high school to the seniors. An in early on in the session a student. He's he asked. He said Islam does does cannabis cause lung cancer. And I kinda usually when that question comes up really early it signals to me that someone has done their own research on that and they want to us get a sense of it so I was just really straightforward. You know. We don't have data right now. That shows that We we show that with chronic use. There is an increased in kind of you know lung infections. People get sick more and they have a coffin up. Things like that there's chronic chronic bronchitis that can occur but we don't have around the shows that causes lung cancer per se. I said we may in the future. especially with people are smoking concentrates. It's a lot of chronic way. We don't know exactly what that's going to entail but right now that's where we're at and and it was interesting so after the then we had the whole session. There's really good discussion discussion. Good conversation and at the end he came up in a lot of students have questions after and they'll talk to me and he said Hey. I asked you that question to see if you were full of Shit so you know it's an interesting that kind of testing the waters out to see. Can I trust this person where they at and I also would say if you critique the Nancy Reagan just say no. It doesn't mean that you're just say yes right. There's people think that that will will you're giving permission or being condoning the distance thing. Not at all you know. It's really important to think to sit. holistically think critically about this entire issue But if we go in in you know with you know You know fire and Brimstone in. That's all the only approach we're GONNA take. It's generally not very valuable able in. That said I have concerns about young people especially adolescents. Using high potency cannabis products chirp smoking dabs and other things. I mean there's issues with that. I think that are very real that we need to critique and think about especially at that age especially with new emerging research about the brain and brain development and the the different in new products cannabis more potent products. So it's it's something we we have to think about and can't get completely about. When it comes to cannabis? Kids have been told a lot of things they've been told it'll kill their brain cells that it'll lead to schizophrenia or psychosis it'll make them lazy or stupid or even caused them to move on to other drugs like cocaine or heroin. Well it should. I be pointed out there. Big differences between acute or just the occasional cannabis cannabis use and chronic regular cannabis. Use in general acute cannabis. Use is pretty safe physiologically with the biggest risks being risks six of motor coordination. which is why it's really not a good idea to try to drive after using? THC Rich Cannabis drive with the first thing. It'll be ice cold then. Also memory disruption in psychological distress like fear paranoia however most of the major did you risks that adolescents learn about canvas are associated with chronic or repeated cannabis use while chronic cannabis use can alter the way the brain functions and we definitely need to understand the consequences. That more to say that it kills brain cells is a little dishonest. Yes chronic cannabis use. Ken Definitely changed the the way. The brain works can make certain areas of the brain less active while also making other areas of the brain more active. But this is a complicated puzzle. In fact in some cases cannabis can actually encourage new brain cells to grow in a process called neurogenesis while cannabis can exacerbate or reveal underlying. You're lying mental health problems in adolescence. There's not strong evidence that it actually causes those problems. Typically someone has to have a genetic predisposition to mental health with problems and cannabis can act as a precipitating event to make those mental health issues reveal themselves and the only time that cannabis really seems to act as a gateway way drug to other drugs seems to be when users are exposed to those other drugs on the black market now. The issue of adolescent cannabis use in. IQ Is a bit it more complicated problem. Research has confirmed that there does not seem to be a link between cannabis use and low Iq but there does seem to be a link between early onset cannabis use and poor cognitive performance. If you dig through the research a common theme will emerge in the issue is that. THC In canvas can in some people interfere with the learning process by disrupting attention and memory primarily ultimately users that are affected in this way have to work harder to perform as well well as they typically would without cannabis but a lot of these possible outcomes are difficult to assess because there's a lot of different variables that affect a person's cognitive development including things like social factors Concurrent drug use like alcohol use and underlying mental health disorders. Just to name a few. In addition and everyone responds to cannabis differently. There are also a wide variety of cannabis products with different health risks associated. With each of them it has to be noted here that the context of cannabis use has a lot to do with outcomes. There are children teens and adults. Throughout the world with qualifying medical conditions that are using cannabis medically and exhibiting very few adverse events in addition cbd rich cannabis or cannabis products that don't have intoxicating effects. Don't present the same psychological health risks as THC rich canvas products doses also really important factor to consider lower. We're dosages of either. THC OR CD will present fewer risks than higher doses so if cannabis can be used responsibly. In a way that minimizes adverse events. Dance what does that type of use look like and win. Does canvas use become cannabis abuse. You know the question between use and abuse gets really really tricky because we it's really hard to standardize with alcohol right now for example we could say someone could say. Well what is adult responsible use of alcohol and you can give all these things around around risk reduction and never letting your blood alcohol content and get above point. Oh six and drink make sure you're hydrated drinking water. You'd never drive a car things like we we know this right. We have a number on and it really around essentially not letting that point of diminishing returns eight point. Oh five two point Oh six. That's where beyond that you're going beyond. The buzz is point we can really put that as a demarcation that gets tricky with cannabis right because almost impossible. What's the Turpin profile? One was harvested were the tricalm's amber color or were they cloudy. You are now more sedating because there's more. CBN in the THC started to degrade based on the person harvested it regardless. If it's a Sativa Indica What does the? THC level is his fifteen percent versus twenty five percent to take is it one hit or two hits or ten or one hit of concentrate. It's almost impossible to quantify that all these factors that are playing into it so I love this question. I'll ask young people particularly especially if I've I. I used to teach a class for conduct got caught smoking cannabis campus so I know there are already have experience with us it out atlas students. What does adult responsible I use of cannabis look like what if you had to describe that to someone and that is a tough questions? People answer because it's complicated you. It's harder to put this quantifiable quantifiable number on it and so again it's looking at it from kind of these different personal factors and yeah it's it's it's a very complicated one one thing. I really appreciated about my conversation with Matt was his attention. Just how complicated. This topic is not. There's really not a one-size-fits-all answer regarding team cannabis use and the potential risks involved. Even just finding reputable information about cannabis can.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"All right, Maggie, Frank health and wellness educator and first time guest on the doctor Bob Martin show. You did awesome. Thank you for joining us today on the program, a good health to you. You have a wonderful. You so much for the opportunity. All right. Very good there. She goes Maggie Frank. All right, folks. Now, we have got a heavy lift to get her on the rest of the show today for shore. Just tuning it. The program wanna let you know, we have a health poll question rolling on the website. And I would love for you to give us your opinion of it. And it goes like this right now. There are whispers. There are some people leaving. Voicing their opinion louder than whispers related to bumping the age of tobacco sales from eighteen years of age to twenty one to be able to purchase cigarettes cigars and e six they're going to try to move that level of age up to twenty one are you in favor of that? Yes. Or no. What do you think? Voice your opinion. Please go to my website. At Dr Bob dot com. Spelling out the word. Doctor DO CTO are Bob dot com. And vote on the website on this health poll question are you in favour of bumping the age from eighteen to twenty one to purchase tobacco products cigarettes cigars, six whatever may be even chew tobacco. And I know I've heard all the arguments in the past because we've done shows whole shows on this. You know, if somebody's the most common one at somebody's old enough to go into the military and serve our country shouldn't they be old enough to buy tobacco products. And there's a thousand other ways to rationalize it. But nonetheless, just straight up are you in favour of bumping age from eighteen to twenty one to purchase cigarettes cigars and he six yes. Or no voted Dr Bob dot com. Bob dot com. And once we get our polling data will share the results with you. And we appreciate you participating in that. I want to remind you also that coming up next hour. We're going to have a special guest on a completely different topic a major game changer for so many of you. And I want to encourage you next hour when we have our special guest on to take some notes because it could very well. Save your life or the life of somebody you.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

"The motivation, you need to transition from where you are to where you want to be these brilliant women, and I mean brilliant will be dishing out real world advice for self development on the go. So you can dare to change direction. And so you can live a more fulfilling and productive life. You know, the life you deserve. Let's go. This is our final episode. We will be parting ways after this. But don't worry for always going to be here with you as a reminder of how to be in progress, and how to get to where exactly you want to be taking the plunge isn't just a one time thing in your lifetime. It's something that you're going to be doing time and time again, and it's all part of the excitement of this journey that you're on and whether that's taking the plunge of leaving job or starting a business or just learning to love yourself. Again. It is something that requires a lot of self awareness and risk and self love. And we're basically tying together all of the things that we've talked about previously to make sure that you know, were all behind you. When you take your next plunge, the guest, we have today is one you. May remember from our first episode. It is Layla Delia, and she is a spiritual writer and practitioner a wellness educator and the founder of vibrate. Higher daily. Welcome back Leyla. It's a wonderful to be back. Thank you. And thank you so much for being here. Do you? Remember the first time you took.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on Self Service

Self Service

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on Self Service

"The motivation, you need to transition from where you are to where you want to be these brilliant women, and I mean brilliant will be dishing out real world advice for self development on the go. So you can dare to change direction. And so you can live a more fulfilling and productive life. You know, the life you deserve. Let's go. This is our final episode. We will be parting ways after this. But don't worry for always going to be here with you as a reminder of how to be in progress, and how to get to where exactly you want to be taking the plunge isn't just a one time thing in your lifetime. It's something that you're going to be doing time and time again, and it's all part of the excitement of this journey that you're on and whether that's taking the plunge of leaving job or starting a business or just learning to love yourself. Again. It is something that requires a lot of self awareness and risk and self love. And or basically tying together all of the things that we've talked about previously to make sure that you know, were all behind you. When you take your next plunge, the guest, we have today is one you. May remember from our first episode. It is Layla Delia, and she is a spiritual writer and practitioner a wellness educator and the founder of vibrate. Higher daily. Welcome back. Leila. It's a wonderful to be back. Thank you. And thank you so much for being here. Do you? Remember the first time you took.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

"The motivation. You need to transition from where you are to where you want to be these brilliant women. And I mean, brilliant will be dishing out real world advice for self development on the go. So you can dare to change direction. And so you can live a more fulfilling and productive life. You know, the life you deserve. Let's go. My name is nor to gory, and I am a journalist and speaker, but before I got to where I am today, I had a lot of ups and downs throughout my journey, and I want to bring to you and credible women who are going to be sharing parts of their journey and how they got to where they are today and the secrets that they discovered along the way. This has been something that I've been passionate about four years, and I'm constantly on this journey of discovery and learning about myself my potential and really understanding Mitra purpose. So we're kicking this podcast off with the first episode on binding your purpose, and I truly believe that your purpose is something that you've been familiar with for a very long time, but sometimes you lose that sense of purpose when you are influenced by other people, whether that's. Only members or insecurities or fears, and we really wanna find that place again and bring strength to that place because I know you have it in you. We all have it in us. And I think that's the perfect way for us to kick off this conversation journey. This is an on the go podcasts. So I'm hoping you're listening to this while you are on your way to do something incredible or coming from doing something incredible, but just know that we are going to be with you along this journey and I'm excited to talk to Leyla Delia today about finding your purpose. She is a spiritual writer and practitioner wellness educator and the founder of vibrate, higher, daily dot.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Hey i six ninety and fm ninety four point three fouled timothy adds her g h and r honululu algae two three two f l the answer is 9 o'clock gasol medical center presents in sickness and in health you'll feel good form on wellness and wellbeing hosted by jasmine rodriguez know hawaii and thank you for joining us for this edition of in sickness and in health a segment that brought brought to you by castle medical center exceptional medicine by exceptional people this is jasmine rodriguez your host and today on the show will be talking to alley at eu mata is an aren but a castle medical center she is a wellness educator and tobacco treatment specialists that's kind of a mouthful isn't it and so it really does encompass everything that you do other wellness center would that title welcome aboard inc year alley a great to have you let's get right into the topic at hand because we have a lot to cover sure tell me what's happening of ember 21st well it's the great american spoke smoke out that the american cancer society has sponsored for many years since the 70s a hand is always the third thursday of november and it started out when this guy was trying to raise money for a high school so he said hey let's get people to quit smoking and for the money that they say for that day they can donate it to our high school is not a great idea so that's how it actually started at evaluation that mahathir now why a what makes it so hard for people to stop smoking nicotine is very addictive and because there's so many facets to the addiction it's an emotional physical as well as habitual addiction behind that's why it makes it so difficult and it's it's hard for me to even understand that and i'm sure that probably the people that are listening we're seeing while you've never tried it so you don't know but ages smells so awful so i can even i can't even fathom the you know the taste of it but i know that it is addictive and it's something that people sometimes people do it for weight loss you know because they think that if they smoke they don't gain weight and that's you know unfortunately that say uh too bad way of thinking well it's true that some people actually want to not gain a lot of weight as so they feel that that helps keep them from gaining the way.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Best price contact a church group at seven five three nine zero three three both any we have kamala skipper with kamala wellness welcome thank you were so glad you could join us now you have such a diverse background i know you're a yoga instructor you're a wellness educator you help with integrated health um what do you like the most then why do you do what you do am i think the most powerful part of what it is being able to make an impact on someone's life for positive change and yes just really great to be able to help people be healthier and happier were he originally from hawaii originally from south africa all conan raised and then i met my husband iaea uh 17 years ago and finding made the move six years ago or welcome in kia though when you came to hawaii ed you started your practice uh we always in the same field or were you doing other things uh when i first came so i as xp a lawyer sir in south africa zingermann ryan slow and that's a what eighty and so from human rights salah hygiene get into the health field so in our first came to hawaii i was introduced to functional medicine and um through using the practice of integrative health and radi changing the way i ate and the way i love does able to reverse some of my own health conditions had chronic migraines i always battled with my way has some stuff with my thyroid uh quite a long list of complaints that i had uh uh you have these things when he came to hawaii or is it just where you're living here that you throw at them with me uh my vagueness yes at so how did you recover and get to the healthy state that you are now yes sir was surprisingly easy which is why i think i'm so passionate about what a dangerous side being on a long journey of seeing to france specialists and felt like nothing was really helping um and then i connected with a functional medicine doctor in hawaii and use the principles of just eating um the diet that work right from the east side caught out certain food groups um but added a lot of healthy.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"And be there for your family the surgical weight loss instituted castle medical center is staffed by carrying experts any only centre of excellence for barriere trich surgery in hawaii not only will they share their proven surgical weight loss plan they'll help he threw diet exercise and education at castle medical center the doctors and nurses are more than just experts their lifestyle coaches will understand how much you want to be there for your son's graduation your daughter's wedding every baby who all that follows sounded good take the first death and visit castle met dot org or call to sixth three five one seven six castle medical center exceptional medicine by exceptional people you're listening to in sickness and in health brought to you by the castle medical center once again measure holes jazzmen rodriguez thank you for tuning in and if you're just joining us this as jasmin rodriguez your false for this edition of his sequeeze handed health we've been talking to other eu mata who is an aren and is also a wellness educator and tobacco treatments specialist about tobacco treatment and quitting smoking accenture in all these great things you know that um that we want you to know regarding the great american smoke out uh e cigarettes etc so abbey i wanna jump right into a third hand smoke i've never heard that so what is thirdhand smoking um it's new to me i mean i always thought his stop was second you know and it kinda vaporize in its own but tell me about your answer hence mugging okay i'll be happy to so third hand smoke is actually all of that tiny particles that were generated by the cigarette that was smoked after the smoke has disappeared totally vaporize then the the smoke disappears but those particles are until there and they actually set all on every surface her that the the smoke was in so for example your car is going to settle on every surface in your car is going to settle in your hair on.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Will center exceptional medicine by exceptional people this is jasmine rodriguez your host and today on the show will be talking to alley at a yamada is an aren but a castle medical center she is a wellness educator and tobacco treatment specialists that's kind of a mouthful isn't it and so it really does encompass everything that you do the wellness center would that title well welcome aboard inky alley a great to have you let's get right into the topic at high because we have a lot to cover sure tell me what's happening to them or 21st well it's the great american spoke smoke out the the american cancer society has sponsored for men a years and into the 70s again it's always the third thursday of november me and it started out when this guy was trying to raise money for a high school so he said hey let's get people to quit smoking and for the money that they say for that day they can donate it to our high school is not a great idea so that's how it actually started now election that the half now what a what makes it so hard for people to stop smoking nicotine is very addictive and because there's so many facets to the addiction it's an emotional physical as well as habitual addiction beheaded that's why it makes it so difficult and it's it's hard for me to even i understand that and i'm sure that probably the people that are listening was seeing while you've never tried it so you don't know but ages smells so awful so i can even i can't even fathom the you know the taste of it but i know that it is addictive and it's something that people sometimes people do it for weight loss you know kids they think that if they smoke they don't gain weight and that's you know unfortunately that c uh too bad way of thinking well it's true that some people actually want to not gain a lot of weight and so they feel that that helps keep them from gaining the way especially with female patients but i've also had male patients with that concern um so because it does stimulate your body artificially your metabolism is elevated with an it continues but we always encourage our patients to look at all the different ways that they.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"To you by the castle medical center once again is your holes jazzmen rodriguez thank you for tuning in and if you just joining us this as jasmin rodriguez your host for this edition of his sequeeze ended health we've been talking to other eu mata who is an aren and is also a wellness educator and tobacco treatment specialist about tobacco treatment and quitting smoking accession all these great things you know that that we want you to know regarding the great american spoke out uh e cigarettes etc so alley at one to jump right into a third hand smell i've never heard that so what is thirdhand smoking um it's new to me i mean i always thought his stop was second in a kind of vaporize in its own but tell me about using their hands mugging okay and he happy to so third hand smoke is actually all of that tiny particles that were generated by the cigarette that was smoked after the smoke has disappeared tom totally vaporize then the the smoke disappears but those particles are still there and they actually set all on every surface her that the the a smoke was in so for example your car is going to settle on every surface in your car is going to settle in your hair on your clothes and that's why we always encourage a our families even if they don't want to quit smoking to please consider having their cars smokefree because you know their children are breathing in that third hand smoke even in a house you know if you can prevent third hand smoke from being in there because it goes in everything roy burry every chlorophyll and it can last there for days and that can contribute to you know breathing problems because those particles get breathe in and they can start clogging you know you're circulation all of that so it's not something that we should take lightly i always encourage people keep your car smokefree and keep your house smokefree if you're choosing not to quit smoking you know for those around the rhine younger dag glades etc yes well good good point now if i am interested in using more than one medication because i know we're talking about medication before um it helped me quit can't i do that yes definitely there's evidence.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Castle medical center presents in sickness and in health you'll feel good form on wellness and wellbeing hosted by jasmine rodriguez low hawaii and thank you for joining us for this edition of in sickness and in health a segment that's brought to you by tussle medical center accepts channel medicine by exceptional people this is jasmine rodriguez your host and today on the show will be talking to alley at eu mata isn't an aren but a castle medical center she is a wellness educator and tobacco treatment specialists that's kind of a mouthful isn't it and so it really does encompass everything that you do the wellness center would that title while welcome aboard kinky alley a great to have you let's get right into the topic at high because we have a lot to cover sure tell me what's happening over twentyfirst well it's the great american spoke smoke out that the american cancer society has sponsored for many years since the seventies a hand is always the third third a day of november me and it started out when this guy was trying to raise money for a high school so he said hey let's get people to quit smoking and for the money that they say for that day they can donate it to our high school is not a great idea so that's actually started valued lashing that mahathir now what a what makes us so heartfelt people to stop smoking nicotine is very addictive and because there's so many facets to the addiction it's an emotional physical as well as habitual addiction beheira that's why it makes it so difficult and it's it's hard for me to even understand that and i'm sure that probably the people that are listening are saying while you you've never tried it so you don't know but it just smells so awful so i can even i can't even fathom the you know the taste of it but i know that it is addictive and is something that people sometimes people do it for weight loss you know kids they think that if they smoke they don't get weight and that's you know unfortunately that say uh it's a bad way of thinking well it's true that some people actually want to not gain a lot of weight and so they.

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"wellness educator" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"wellness educator" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"To in sickness aydin health brought to you by the kozel medical center once again as your holes jasmine rodriguez thank you for tuning in and if you're just joining us this as jasmin rodriguez your host for this edition of sickness added health we've been talking to other eu mata who is an aren and is also a wellness educator and tobacco treatments specialist about tobacco treatment and quitting smoking eccentric all these great things you know that um that we want you to know regarding the great american smoke out uh e cigarettes etc so alley i wanna jump right into our third hand smoke i've never heard that so what is thirdhand smoking um it's new to me i mean i always thought his stop was second you know any kind of vaporize in its own but tell me about youth thirdhand smoking okay i'll be happy to so third hand smoke is actually all of that tiny particles that were generated by the cigarette that was smoked after the smoke has disappeared tom totally vaporize that the the smoke disappears but those particles are still there and they actually settle on on every surface that the the of smoke was in so for example your car is going to settle on every surface in your car is going to settle in your hair on your clothes and that's why we always encourage our families even if they don't want to quit smoking to please consider having their cars mocked free because you know their children are breathing in that third hand smoke even in a house you know if you can prevent third hand smoke from being in there because it goes on everything roy burry her every chlorophyll and it can last there for days and that can contribute to breathe anything problems because those particles get breeze in and they can start clogging you know you're circulation all of that so it's not something that we should take lightly uh i always encourage people keep your car smokefree keep your house smokefree if you're choosing not to quit smoking you know for those around lagos ryan younger tag leads etc yes while good good point now if i am interested in using more than one medication 'cause i know we're talking about medications before um they told me quick can't i do that yes definitely there's evidence of that shows that that.

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