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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:04 min | 7 months ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Do his very best to answer your health question. The K T A R news calling number to ask Dr Martin a health question or to make a health related comment is 602 to 775827. That's 602 to 77 K t. A R 602 to 77 Katie. They are. It's the doctor Bob Martin's show. So I've been accused of giving good mouth to hear health resuscitation. Guilty as charged Now you're invited to help me help you, ladies and gentlemen. With a question about your own health or somebody else's help or a health comment. You'd like to call into the show on behalf of somebody else. Let me be your 1st 2nd or third opinion regarding a health issue or health concern or quagmire that you find yourself in. Welcome, Everyone. Welcome to our number one of the doctor Bob March and show I'm Dr Bob and I'm here to help you with your most precious possession your health. In fact, the goal of this show is to help you to become your own best doctor. Most of the time. Whether that be a problem related to your sleep. You're not sleeping well, and you want to know what to do instead of having to take risky drugs to knock you out at night that have adverse lots of adverse side effects. Or maybe you have a Pesky chronic sinusitis or a stuffy nose or you got too much mucus going on. Or you have signed Sinus issues. You want to get over a cold or the flu faster. Or Covad 19. We can discuss any of those questions. Maybe you're battling with acid reflux, and you're tired of taking those acid blocking pills. You keep reading about have lots of adverse side effects, and you want to know how to fix.

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"I can't overstate how Ah, how improved my health has become since I met Dr Lee men down the folks of the South Florida Sinus allergy centers. I couldn't breathe out of my left nostril 41 years. Badly deviated septum owes an injury and I was afraid to get it done because I was told about what they do is they break their noses and they pack your Sinuses for 48 hours? No, thank you. I met Dr McNally. So I'm no, I don't do that. He still had this minimally invasive. I'll fix your septum and you'll be able to breathe properly. And you know what? In the 25 minute procedure in his office. He did just that I was pain free, too, And I got right back to work. Not a problem, not an issue, And my health is better not sleeping Only on one side. I'm not storing and Leslie back, Mia, You know I don't have that problem anymore. My shoulder's okay all those things because I was having trouble breathing. How about you get the same issues? Chronic sinusitis, too, You know, cold Sinus infections that terrible And then my daughter Eva had ah, bad allergies and she was going up to the Northeast. I said, Let's take her to doctor man because he's the best when it comes to allergies, too. Fact, he was just named the top doctors and state of Florida. She's fine. He fixed her up. Did the test gave her the medication? She's ready to go and breathing perfectly well up in in Boston. So, look, if you got Sinus problems, you got all those issues. Stop worrying about it and get it fixed. They accept most major types of insurance. They've got two locations with the south for a science analogy centers, one implantation and one in Fort Lauderdale. Here's the number. 954983 12.

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

03:20 min | 11 months ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"So lately, me give me an example what type of humming what would we do? You can harm whatever you want. You can you know iron man by Black Sabbath. You can harm whatever the carpenters doesn't doesn't matter I like lower. Range like musical range very impressive. Two sides that maybe we should do another podcast another topic. That's that's pretty impressive musical range both seventies bands though really pig myself with that one. But but lower I believe lower frequencies I don't know if there's a ton of science on this. It helps loosen and stimulate that nitric oxide release and we know this and and the science of this is solid there. There was one researcher found the so so wild, but he was able to cure up his chronic sinusitis by humming for a certain amount of time four times a day. If you think about chronic sinusitis is caused by a virus, sometimes it's caused by a Fungal infection, but it's mostly virus. What does nitric oxide do it interacts directly with viruses? So the fact that they're now using nitric oxide, there's they're studying nitric oxide to use it with patients with with covid unlike of course, they are so humming nasal breathing the these are very good things to do and breathing slowly and stain relaxed. I mean, if you're looking at Steven porgies. Released this this fascinating paper looking at the role that inflammation plays in the onset of severe symptoms of Covid and we know this you look people with diabetes. You look at people with heart issues look at people with what all these people have is they have inflammation problems. So so to keep your inflammation down when the easiest things you can do beyond eating right exercise very important is to really focus on your breathing and Tabriz slower not to be breathing through your mouth. So so just just those few things it seems so easy to be true people say, no, no way. This is possible but if you look at the science behind it, it's All there and it's all easily measurable. That's what I love about breathing as well is this isn't like a hey, how do you feel I feel better that's cool. There are machines and a lot of have these machines in our house that can instantly measure how you're breathing is affecting yourself and if you can affect yourself if you can put yourself into this balanced relax state for a couple minutes imagine what's going to happen. If you can stay that way for a couple days couple weeks couple months. While we've seen, I've written about these people in the book who have been able to absolutely, he'll themselves miraculous ways by switching pretty slow in low. Slow there you go. Well, James Thank you so much as I. mentioned I I love the camera recommended enough. So important for where we are today in this crazy world, we can all breathing this way. It doesn't cost anything can do it anywhere. You don't have to sweat. And it can save your life a second that. Yeah there's there's no point not to you can. You can do it while watching tiger king or you can do it while meditating whatever you want. We carry our breath with us all the time, and so if you focus those breasts whom work more efficiently, you can really see some profound benefits. Amen to that James Thank you so much. Thanks for having me..

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

Precisione: The Healthcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on Precisione: The Healthcast

"You do the things that you love and all of a sudden todd any you've worked your whole life and Yukon enjoy and do what you need to do and I think for me I knew this concept of this but the numbers really shocked me and then knowing that microbiome is linked to every single chronic disease and I would encourage someone if you have one of these chronic diseases, a chronic disease is something that's noncommunicable. So another word for it is at NCA, Deo noncommunicable diseases it's non infective in nature and chronic so it might be old big ones. obesity diabetes Cardiovascular Disease Alzheimer's and dementia is a huge one, but also things like asthma chronic sinusitis autoimmune disease major depression anxiety disorder, all of these things come under the chronic disease fan. So I would encourage you to put your condition and microbiome into pubmed or Google scholar and say what comes up I will guarantee you for most of you. There's going to be at least one research paper that comes up that shows a link there. So that's that's the thing. It's this huge thing that we know a lot about this just sorry, much more discovered. I'm really excited what science will show us in the next kind of ten years SARS. Super Exciting for me as a GI doctor because in never really thought when I became a gastroenterologist that the things that I could be able to help people with could change their disease course no matter what the disease is we're always just thinking about got health and digestive problems, but the got as you're mentioning, all those other different conditions is at the center of chronic disease, and so we have unique opportunity to be able to help any kind of condition by. Focusing on Gut Health Yep, and this is where I love each other and it was really exciting to be able to make you an interview for you for the shift because there are no integrity gastroenterologist in Australia just last week ahead of patient with ulcerative colitis her doctor told her Diet had nothing to do with it. They won't do you think should change my diet and he was like, no, that has nothing to do with your condition. It's not gonNA. Help it'll. Tell me they were told to eat sugar and white bread to treat their ulcerative colitis. This kind of crazy. It makes me credence. You'd I, this is the thing and things are changing. It's just a little bit slower. Sorry. I just want to encourage people to just get second opinions and find the right information on this. Yeah. Yeah. What kind of tests do you use when you assess somebody's gut health would mutt from I guess all your discussions and podcast and in your own experience what are some of the things that? You look for when you're trying to make an assessment. So way of very big proponents of doing stool testing and the testing uses quote a comprehensive stool. and..

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Given with the great news we've gotten about the unemployment rate the markets are going crazy at street headed tonight while driving a nine ten I'm usually use expandable I. O. D. time to take care of this safely reopen American and of course at work back to work news traffic and weather this newsradio six ten well for a long time of talking to you but south for Scientology centers and what doctor Lee Mandel did for me personally he he allowed me to read properly for the first time in over forty years forty years I I had an injury all those years ago and yeah I could have had no breath in my left nostril zero interment actor men down the fixed it in a forty minute minimally invasive procedure in his office some two hours later the data just it it changed my life and I'm so happy I met Dr Mandel the focus on for size allergy you know I I had dinner with my father in law that not it worked out the next morning was back at work right away no big deal whatsoever and I can breathe again so if you snore if you guys sleep apnea if you know I had a chronic sinusitis I we said sinus infections didn't couldn't figure out why why No Way problems sleeping at you probably have these problems to be fixed minimally invasive it's a New World out there thanks to Dr mad on the folks who suffered a science knowledge the results suffering longer let me with one they accept most major types of insurance I've got two locations one in plantation one of fort Lauderdale here's the number nine five four nine eight three.

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is we're all doing it we all should do it but it seems that we're all now socially all according you go when you talk to someone now you're fidgeting and you're like oh my standing far apart and not for me I'm carrying around a tape measure do you see that guy in Italy they have that giant huge cone yeah go out six feet out of anywhere from so are you experiencing social all courting caring in Tempe on KTAR what happened at Walmart well I have twenty five years of chronic sinusitis is all allergies and all our respiratory with a binder inspection route the paramedic so I know what I got I called the guy looked at me chili state get away from me and I walk like that where he ran our yeah now ran out ran out now on board oh my goodness I think I did something I think I might do the same thing Gerry Connolly you probably would how about Mike in Phoenix socially awkward in what happened you might yeah you know are you I work in a large office building down in Phoenix and second floor had been home today and I've got it right my goodness you secon world okay S. U. S. M. sit in the booth right behind you so no idea it was walking to the elevator and one of the gals there but I know we're we're work together she's walking we're talking and she's about fifteen feet away and smiling talking as usual I go up press the elevator button get into the elevator and hold the door open I'm willing nothing so I'm thinking okay I pick back up she has a look on her face like I am a criminal like on the spectator and she's just not going to get in his elevator with Basil okay here we go get in the elevator go down to the first floor I guess I'd start walking towards the parking garage I see about sixty feet behind here she comes he simply waited for me to get out of the elevator first and took our own car isn't that crazy have you but you know what I don't think it's crazy no I think we do that for the next few months I don't think there's anything wrong unknown brother it's the unknown whether that your creeper it might be that too here's the thing we really don't know when the social distancing will end because we're we're we're right in the middle of it.

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Pain almost all the time and my mother decided that it was time for me to look more like my girlfriends and so I yes there was a padded bra and I hated them are they were hard and pointy and I didn't like how it looked and yet if I didn't work the padded bra it was very apparent that I really didn't like my friends and changing for gym class was very stressful for me I would use the door off the locker to hide how my body is locked I became terrified at the prospect of having to take swimming lessons which were mandatory and I knew that if I am dressed in front of my girlfriends I would be subjected to so much ridicule and I bet one of the family doctors to allow me to have a note that said I had chronic sinusitis and therefore I wouldn't be able to take swimming and you've been listening to the voice of Lois Frank when we come back more of this story Lois think story battle with Crohn's disease here on our American story have you ever hired somebody to complete a job and they just entirely drops the ball well you don't need to worry about that with Gary ray bein he's a sponsor of our American stories and the presidents of ray buying group a concrete and asphalt paving company that promises nothing short of world class work we have to strive for world class a friend of mine saw that we're paid me a job Hey and you pull then inside our team members and one guy said that him out yet some asphalt on the curb over there you got to sweep that up I think I suggest a few pebbles come on I goes look at that is that world class if we think we're okay with that we're not world class so again my buddies occur I can't believe I heard this I can't live I happen to go up on your job I hear guys saying that's right so we have a lot of fun building a great culture of people they care people are accountable passionate that are continually trying to improve have you ever heard.

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"And Twitter instant you can click on the link news radio six ten at W. Y. O. D. dot com the last of forty one years I had sinus problems via an injury and badly deviated septum and I didn't want to get fixed because the fix was to break my nose and pack my sinuses for forty eight hours and no thank you I'll spend nights not be able to breathe very well wake up the middle night with the sinus headaches and issues in you know you name it I had a chronic sinusitis and then I met doctor limit of the south for size allergy center at when there is a twenty five minutes to fix it a minimally invasive procedures most modern technology and a great operator in doctor Mandel just a wonderful guy and I was back to work of the note within forty eight hours a day on a Friday I could go back to work the next day I was working out the next morning minimally invasive fix the problem the been there for forty one years and I can breathe again if you've got these problems don't don't don't pull off any longer they accept most major types of insurance to the south for Scientology centers there are two of them one implantation one of fort Lauderdale documentos also one of the top al just in the country he developed a new way to get more information from me with fewer sticks to find out you know which way allergic to and then he formally to toothpaste specific to your needs you simply brush your teeth is normal in those allegations go away he's the best there's no doubt about this I just can't thank him enough for what he's done for me you can do for you to look call in today nine five four nine eight three twelve eleven nine five four nine eight three twelve eleven or online itself with a sinus and allergy dot com that South Florida.

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

"Surveillance after early pregnancy loss. Patients who issues contraception may start immediately women who may wish to conceive should be counseled to take full like acid. It is also safer patients to try to conceive again immediately. All right guys next up. We have a poem looking at chronic sinusitis and the use of inch. Her nasal steroid. This comes to us from Ellen Shaughnessy in it asked the question in patients with chronic sinusitis. Does the addition of Udeze tonight name-brand Ron accord to assailing irrigation solution result in further improvement of symptoms. Would he gets think Zell? Yeah. Yeah. It's one of my like maintains the treatment. Well, so this was an ICT of eighty patients, and it randomized the patients to either large volume sailing irrigation or saline arrogation with you decin. I'd and there was a pretty high dropout rate. Twenty three percent dropped out. So only sixty one where evaluated and they actually didn't find a statistically significant difference between sailing near Gatien and sailing near Gatien with the night. So in this case, it appears to not be helpful. Although the authors of the original study note that it was probably underpowered to see that probably the most important thing that comes out of this for me, though is the test. That they used he has ready for this. It's the Sino nasal outcome test, which is the scoring right. That's right. Sino nasal outcome test or the snot house school. Yeah. Pretty good. It's a scoring system with the top number being one hundred ten. That's pretty great overachievers. So well done well done guys on the naming of this test score. But anyway, the study showed that patients with chronic Reiner saying you said is who continue to use a knee sailing nasal wash will often experience an improvement in symptoms. But the addition of corticosteroid byu decin, I'd has yet to shown extra benefit. Okay. Moving right along next up. We have renal cell carcinoma diagnosis in management, and this comes to us from doctors, gray and Harris from the uniformed services university of the health sciences in Bethesda..

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"They said, well, this guy's more accommodating. He also has been climbing with the ranks. Let's just go in that too. Erection is that what you heard it? All. This is what I say to that. No. Like, I haven't heard anything like that. You know, they they can say whatever they want. They're just trying to feed the media the people something because they don't have anything. They can't give them anything. They can't say because he's a bigger draw because of this or that because he's not he's not a big draw. Everybody wants to see me by Willie. No, one cares about him. They only care about him. When he's talking about me other. Otherwise, he can't draw twenty comments known cares. Noah's engaged or interacting within the fans. Don't care. You know, he's a liar. I'm Amanda, my word on truthful, everything I say has been honest, man. I always keep it real. Maybe that's why you'll see doesn't like me. 'cause I ruin it. They like to shave people who people that live room in that. But I'm not that guy. I'm gonna trust. I'm gonna trustful guy on a man of my word. And when you give me a word, I'm gonna hold you to your word. You mentioned the surgery than that you had. Flood and whatever else going into your lungs. Can you give us a sense of what actually the problem was you actually hadn't talked about that previously the show what what was the issue? And I guess why did you need surgery for it? Yeah. I had a deviated septum, and I had chronic sinusitis. I mean, it was the worst ever been like the doctor has by the way, this is not my doctor. This is a UFC doctor. You have see doctor said, this is the worst case that I've seen in twenty years doing this business. I've never went in had to use two machines was just use this woman. She in twenty years, you wrote this machine with your one surgery, and that's never happened. So as soon as you have see was pressuring me in that fight, and they figured out then they heard from the US doctors that that how serious this was. That's what Dan changes. Tony was. Okay. Kobe's getting the next house shop. So this is a serious thing that you know, I don't I don't fake Indian injuries. I showed him to every single fight. You know, all wanted was an extra month or two to get ready to get healthy. I didn't want wanna go into tile FAI, not being at my best. You know, I wanna show the fans, and I want to show that you see my worth in. I can't do that find thirty percents. So, you know, also, you know, what I was on the phone with Jeff. Whiskey and you saw every single day because I'm on guy on trustworthy. You not like John Jones who's cheating and failed three zero in tests. I was on the phone with Jeff newest, hey, managed to get it to you, man. They're put me on all his antibiotics. They can't figure out what this is. I got to do the surgery. So they have to give me all these medicines, blah, blah, blah. So, you know, I wasn't no shape. The fighting September douse in wasn't going to happen. No, no chance. So, you know, if you wanna punish me for not bite in Dallas in turning around on six weeks notice when I had surgery and on every antibiotic in cocktail underneath the sun than that's cool. That's your business decision..

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on WLAC

"My T R P goes up. Take forty or fifty milligrams. That. Too much. Right. Yeah. And I have horrible. Headache? All. We saw today they were high. They were elevated together. Dr fried and make sure I haven't done their section stubborn. Frank assign something else. He said it sounded like site is right now. Of the site. Well, it can it can be different for different people, but mainly runny nose. You can have stuffiness a lot of pressure. That's constant because remember, I this is an inflammation. So in the sinuses are inflamed become swollen and red. But one of the big keys, you have to look at is why that's even happening in one of the main reasons that sinusitis is consistent many times is we think about histamine. Okay. Well, histamine is produced by the mast cells Beza fills in in our blood and her stomach. And so what happens is these excess histamine is is built up when our bodies not breaking down proteins, very, well, that's one of the main reasons we have signed, your sinus, you have allergies. And and even a lot of the asthma that we see is because of the foods were eating every single day is creating so much that the body is not breaking foods down effectively, the proteins are breaking down. Very well when that happens we seem to get a lot of. Of issue with it. And that's where you see a lot of chronic sinusitis. So people wheat products deer products, if they're highly allergic to them and just don't know it or they have a maybe a middle grade allergy to them where they can kind of get by things are. Okay. But you know, at the at the end of the day, they don't feel great when they eat those foods, and but he does every day. They just think they're part of their staple diet. That's where you start getting a major issue with it. And that's what comes scientists. Because. Even though you're trying to treat it you're working on treating the underlying daily lifestyle choices that you're doing your thinking that it's just the the cat, dander or the pollen. But it's it's your underlying everyday habits, that's really wreaking havoc in that area. And that's where a lot of the challenge happens, and and what you have to really look at. So that's one of the big pieces that. When you're dealing with sinusitis there things like produce Olympic enzymes that are really good helpful to break down the foods and can help cut down a lot of the histamine that makes a difference. And also one thing to look at which I think is is is vital and very important. Especially with signed your sinus is making sure you can get into fruit like Bromo and pineapple. It's a fantastic way to go really is. But I would look into some of those items and get a gut healthy when the gut is healthy everything seems to be healthy. Okay. That's where it all starts..

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"You one of the millions of Americans suffering with chronic sinusitis, seasonal allergies or chronic migraine? Headaches have other treatments failed to give you relief. If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need to know about Dr Siegfried's, bilateral nasal specific treatment. Dr Siegfried chiropractic physician has been helping people just like you since nineteen seventy six with his natural nonsurgical treatment, Dr Siegfried's treatment addresses, one of the most important and rarely talked about causes of these conditions. Wouldn't you like to end your suffering and get your life back? Dr Siegfried has helped many patients with this procedure. And he may be able to help you to schedule a consultation, call five zero three four seven two six five five zero or read the success stories on his website at nasal specific dot com. That's five zero three four seven two six five five zero or needle specifics dot com. Wouldn't you like to feel better? Call Siegfried now five zero three four seven two six five five zero trip to the Oregon coast can be amazing. No matter what time of the year, you go and vacations dot com has rental properties all up and down the coast. Whether you're planning a getaway for two or family of ten they've got properties. That are pet friendly oceanfront, homes, condominiums and more. You're sure to find something you love, plus Oregon beach vacations is family owned and operated so rent from somebody you can trust and start planning your next Oregon beach vacation today, see all their beautiful properties and current specials now organ beach, vacations.

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Landon Haiti I'm seventy five years old. Suffering from sinus problems since I was a teenager. They'd come off and on the most recent started in two thousand eleven and has been continuous since. Then. I heard Dr secrets out on the radio. Done some things for me before. And I always got better. So I called them up came in explained the treatments to me and started the treatments. I'm Don had eight of them. Now. I started noticing a difference after the third one by breeze clear by nose doesn't block up anymore. According to my wife. I no longer have sleep apnea and I no longer snore. I do know that I sleep through the night, and I'm very pleased with the results of this. Are you one of the millions of Americans suffering with chronic sinusitis, seasonal allergies or chronic migraine? Headaches have other treatments failed to give you relief. You answered yes. To any of these questions, you need to know about Dr Siegfried's, bilateral nasal specific treatment. Dr Siegfried chiropractic physician has been helping people just like you since nineteen seventy six with his natural nonsurgical treatment, Dr Siegfried treatment addresses, one of the most important and rarely talked about causes of these conditions. Couldn't you like to end your suffering and get your life back. Got the Siegfried has helped many patients with this procedure. And he may be able to help you to schedule a consultation, call five zero three four seven two six five five zero or read the success stories on his website at nasal specific dot com. That's five zero three four seven..

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on WLAC

"Look at his why that's been happening in one of the main reasons that sonya sinuses is consistent many times is we think about histamine okay well histamine is produced by the mast cells the of fills in in our blood and her stomach and so what happens is these excess histamine is is built up when our bodies not breaking down proteins very well that's one of the main reasons we have signed your sinus you have allergies and and even a lot of the asthma that we see is because of the foods were eating every single days creating so much that the body is not breaking foods down effectively the proteins are breaking down very well when that happens then we seem to get a lot of of issue with it and that's where you see a lot of chronic sinusitis so people eat a lot of wheat products dairy products if they're highly allergic to them and just don't know it or they have a maybe a middle grade allergy to them where they can kind of get by things are okay but you know at the at the end of the day they don't feel great when they eat those foods but he does every day they just think they're part of their staple diet that's where you start getting a major issue with it and that's where the challenge comes your because even though you're trying to treat it you're working on treating the underlying daily lifestyle choices that you're doing your thinking that it's just the cat dander or the pollen but it's your underlying everyday habits that's really wreaking havoc in that area and that's where a lot of the challenge happens and and what you have to really look at so that's one of the big pieces that when you're dealing with sinusitis there are things like protein politic enzymes that are really good helpful to break down the foods and can help cut down a lot of the histamine that makes the difference and also one thing to look at which i think is is is vital and very important especially with sinusitis is making sure you can get into fruit like bromo dromoland pineapple to fantastic way to go really is but i would look into some of those items and get a gut healthy when the gut healthy everything seems to be healthy okay that's where it all starts triple eight two eight three seven two seven two this triple eight two.

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Lack of ovaries and you were diagnosed with this premature ovarian failure isn't like whether you have ovaries or not i mean how's that aligned with inflammation if you hear my story it's it maybe can kind of links on the dots but so i was diagnosed with premature ovarian failure at the age of twenty eight and basically that's a loss of function of the ovaries before the age of forty so for me so diet and lifestyle can either turns on or off disease so for me weak point was fertility so it's and because i had his food sensitivity later on i found i had gotten infection and and so for me it was i had h pylori i'd streptococcus i had i had a fungal infection all these things going on i did not figure this out until way later i figured out when i was forty and by that point i had chronic sinusitis chronic bladder infections chronic houston's actions they toenail infections and i had i had a dandruff i had vertigo i had you know i was still doing my thing still functioning but my immune system is so low i remember one year i had nine colds after i had i had my my daughter 'cause i had both my kids with with donor eggs i've had my daughter nine colds every call went into a science fiction i took anybody audience for every calls wiped out every last good bit of bacteria you know all of that was gone from my body so using probiotics and then then did that then set set me up for to be predisposed to i got infection and also i was on the birth control pill which then impacts your health and your neutral level so it's all this was in a house that there was it was in the it was a cedar house in the forest and it was we we got carpenter ants so as i was a little girl i was constantly sprayed in this house i was in you know inhaling these toxic chemicals that set me up it's it's hard to know what it worked but for me i was predisposed and a lot of people a lot of.

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"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:40 min |

"chronic sinusitis" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Learn more about this fresh face ipo and its prospects fisher miller welcome to make money good to see you sir you too all right you do have a revolutionary new way to get drugs to where they need to go and i think you've gotta talk about this market how big it is and how big it is for this nasal polyps indication because this is not a device that's treating a small mark absolutely jim and it's a disease it's not terribly well understood because this is not allergic rhinitis this is chronic rhyme asanga seitis so affects thirty million people in the united states about ten million of those thirty million people develop these nasal polyps that's the first indication that we got from the fda so about ten million people but ten million of the ten million of a third of me being actively treated by physicians about sex six million people have had surgery jen pretty much seven million actually the only thing that really works for the treatment of this disease chronic sinusitis is surgery with surgeries that doesn't really cure the problem many people symptoms return the first indication that we're going after nasal polyps we're launching in the anti allergy specially segment gay treating about three and a half million patients all right so you have to do some missionary worth go i imagine with doctors who may not be familiar with what we do i mean jamie and i it will very proud by the way it was we did get the approval of the product last september we actually chose to delay the launch of the product because we said we have to build two things in the market for she got to build awareness of the product the second is you gotta get coverage right the pay from the vital and what is the percentage now that you have a pair well pairs were up to sixty five percent have what we call hassle free coverage we actually have seventy four percent of patients have it covered on their formularies sixty five percent.

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