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"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on Health Quest Podcast
"So what hormones are we actually talking about specifically that we can do something about well. I think the big ones that come into play from when you first ask you what women are coming in west. I see a lot of menopausal women or looking at optimizing their past and their transitions through menopause menopause so to deal with fluctuations between estrogen progesterone. And then we also have a lot of women now that are dealing with menstruating. Years are dealing with things like acne or heavy cycles or another condition called poly cystic ovarian syndrome. So this is also has to do with but also has to do with insulin like insulin resistance. And then also we're looking at the increase in anderton's or male hormone involved in this particular condition and then of course we've got. I beat it a lot of thyroid issues so looking at bayreuth disease like hypo so low thyroid and looking at thyroid hormone and of course there's the whole cortisol component which is one of our main stress hormones that comes from the adrenal glands that controls our fight or flight response and then that inter-plays with melatonin which is our sweet hormone so it gets quite complex but each system has sort of instead of hormones but they also all kind of affect each other is have a different type of a benefit risk profile to the common practice of just giving women hormones. What are the challenges. Maybe with women just receiving hormones as type of treatment versus the of support program that you provide my thought process. And i'll just give you this to comment on that. If we're only treating the symptoms by providing the hormones. Were not actually doing something to help. Women bodies function better. We may certainly help. Alleviate certain symptoms or markers as medications and drugs often do but do they do anything. That's actually beneficial in helping the body improve or are they possibly even a risk factor for women and so is that approach to dealing with this issue significantly different than what you're doing with the.
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast
"Low blood sugar metabolic syndrome prediabetes and type two diabetes and pcl s poly cystic ovarian syndrome. That's like on that spectrum. All of those things. I just mentioned have been shown in clinical trials and research studies to be improved with these simple time restricted. Feeding fasting windows. Pretty cool stuff so just you know moving your breakfast a little bit later ending eating at at evening a little bit earlier. Not much of a change can do amazing things for your quality of life. I've seen that clinically over the past decade to buds bowmore. Pairing that with a clean ketogenic diet. You're amplifying benefits exponentially. Because you are mimicking fasten. Even when you're eating food so that's happening. Because of the high fat moderate protein low carbohydrate macro nutrient ratios of the keita. -tarian of eating. So what that means. Is you're not stimulating. Insulin you are being well nourished. Fat is very filling and very healing to the body and moderating protein helps to balance out enter. Which is a pathway that some of the research is looking at in the in the medical journals on the benefits of fasting specifically to longevity and fighting certain types of cancers as well but just overall decreasing accelerated aging etc. The moderation of protein is really important for this. That's why akita -tarian diet so that worked so well with the time restricted feeding windows so emperor or the mammalian or mechanistic target of rapamycin. That's really the the pathway that we're trying to balance it out. We need 'em tour. It's important for muscle growth etc. But we don't want too much of it. Over-stimulation of it and a lot of people are always over stimulating. Mtr because of the modern western diet and all the things that we do too. So that's what they're doing and we two starting to Awake in these pathways and to balance out the pathways a balanced but also all the healing pathways because beta hydroxybutyrate discount on body. It's not in. The research is the fourth macro nutrient. So we've protein fats. carbs end. ketone bodies embiid hydroxybutyrate and other key bodies being explored in the.
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on Post Reports
"So i agree to a traditional setup. Our mothers arranged for our first date with both sets of parents and my family's living room. Mama helped me get ready. As i was getting dressed she reminded me of all the things i couldn't do. Don't you dare tell him that. You have p. c. o. s. That's cystic ovarian syndrome. It could make him worry. You can't have kids. Don't bring up that you've taken antidepressants. Having ziobro or that. You go to therapy or that. You were married. It was technically just an engagement or that you've ever dated before if he asks about any of this change the subject my data arrived. He was actually kind of cute in person but it was awkward. I mean our parents were on a date with us. Though it became a rare glimpse into what my parents are like. On dates mama turns out is an over sharer and baba is super chill on these living room dates. I shouldn't be the one asking the questions because it's considered demands job to initiate all conversation. But the guys in saying anything. So barbara jumped in acting like stanton. He knows what i'm looking for in a guy. So all his questions were secretly related to my dealbreakers. Like i want to be with someone who speaks arabic baba started grilling him. How good is your arabic. Can you read and write. His mom answered for him. Of course he can. Suddenly the two parents were battling it out. Baba said can you recite goran. His mother jumped in. Yes and his voice is so beautiful. The guy interrupted her. Actually i can't. I burst out laughing. I was on the fence. This man wouldn't even make eye contact with me okay. So he's a shy guy that means have to drastically told myself down but then when he told baba for his job he can live and work anywhere. I got excited. Other guys had always expected me to give up my career and follow. There's with this guy. I could keep my job. He could tag along. So what if we have nothing else in common. But then his mom started talking to me. I was telling her about my life in dc blah blah blah. When she caught me off and said yeah. I saw that in the ad my mind just completely stopped the ad i try not to shore that i was clearly surprised but in my head i was lake with though. Is this woman talking about what ad i thought someone just happened to suggest to our mothers that we meet but there was an ad mama who clearly heard this too acted like she didn't change the subject but by the time we got to coffee it was all i could think about as soon as they left. Mom i explained. It wasn't her who put the ad out. It was a friend but mama left it up and kept it from me because she thought i hate it. I found the ad. I hate it. It starts with the line of ink emoji flowers and emoji. I would never use by the way then. It reads twenty five year old palestinian born in jordan living in the us since two thousand and twelve studied here beautiful fair skin. Blue eyes failed beautiful. La la la blessed. Be the most gracious. There is no power except in law. She got married without sexual relations. That's referring to the engagement. I broke off. Her request is a highly educated. Young man contact me for the mothers number serious inquiries. Only everything about it makes cringe. The fact that exists the details it includes. My eyes aren't even blue. I don't like what they're selling my white skin my lack of sexual relations. It doesn't include anything about me. Did i'm proud of or anything. That actually mattered. The ad lays out. So plainly. The enormous gap between who. I am and who i would need to be to match with someone in my community. The description of this. Lena is so far from me. It kind of hurts to read looking at the ad. I realized i'm probably not going to find the partner. I want someone who's in between true world in the ways. I am in the ways i want to keep being. It feels so final. I am twenty five and there is no one for me but for what it's worth if i were to rewrite the ad years what it would say. Lena twenty-five wants to become a foreign correspondent loves finding and making stories. She is religious in her own way. She fasts but doesn't pray. She reads the koran daily but has smoked weed before she has pc os ghost. The therapy has been depressed. Has had anxiety has a mustache and a beard will not relocate for. A man's courier will not erase herself for your approval worries. This means he will end up alone. Lena muhammad is a producer for post reports. This story was produced by this american life for their twenty fifth anniversary episode. We'll put a link in our show notes so you can hear the rest of stories from that show which were all about what it means to be twenty five. That's it for today's post reports. Thanks for listening. I'm martine powers. We'll be back tomorrow with more stories from the washington post..
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"While hello today. I'm talking about leptin resistance. The major causes the symptoms. They may experience. If you have it and support strategies you can take your body can heal and function at. Its best so when we think about left in it is an incredible hormone and actually comes from our fat cells so years ago we used to think the fat cells or basically just energy reserves but now we actually understand them as part of the endocrine system meaning part of the hormone system and the reason why they produce this hormone leptin also another hormone adiponectin as well as they actually produce multiple hormones but left in is the one that we know the most about and leptin plays a big role in helping regulate bone mass helps activate immune cells. It helps to balance. Dry blood pressure helps regulate thyroid. Hormone controls appetite. Which is what we know it mostly for is its appetite regulatory center <hes>. But it also helps to <hes>. Put the brakes on insulin release and it helps to regulate the menstrual cycle. So it's a major hormone very very critical and we start to release leptin when the fat cells start to grow okay. So as we're eating we naturally start to fill up fat cells and then leptons released it goes to the brain part of the brain called the hypothetical miss which is kinda the antenna of our body which is constantly sensing the blood stream and kind of seeing what hormones are there and what it needs to be able to adapt to the environment so when leptin gets released it goes up hypothalamus senses. That leptin is there and it says okay. I'm satisfied satiated. I can turn off insulin release. And now i can turn on a fat burning case now. I can go ahead and burning fat for fuel because the fat cells are filled up. And i can turn off insulin. The problem though is when we're dealing with chronic inflammation can affect our leptin sensitivity in our hypothetical mess and therefore we don't feel satiated and we don't turn off insulin release and we don't we were hungry. Wanna keep eating and we don't burn fat for fuel so the counterpart to leaped in is growling gremlin signals hunger so when our stomach is empty. We release growled. Grr elon goes up to the hypothalamus and tells us i'm hungry. I want to eat so ghrelin. And leptin are basically like on the see-saw they are the opposites. They're antagonists warmer satiated. We've got high amounts of leaped in nats over ranking or gremlin. When we're hungry we've got grown. being released. not much slept in their former hungary k. So that's basically how it works now. Here's how leptin resistance works so lapped in functions turn off appetite while promoting the burning of triglycerides that bloat fat cells as people accumulate excess fat cells. Or you know there another term for them. Is adam sites. Siri active protein. Which is an inflammatory protein is released. So as we start to accumulate <hes>. Fatter <unk> boat. The fat we release c reactive protein that binds to in the blood. It impairs leptons transport across the blood brain barrier and thus prevents leptin in from performing its dual function of breaking down stored body fat and controlling appetite as more fat cells on the body greater amounts of c reactive protein are released binding leptin even more. This is the vicious cycle of leptin. Resistance helps explain why people often get fatter with each passing year. Because if you don't stop this just gets worse and worse and worse because you don't have the natural satiate switch c- continue to eat. You continue to produce more leptin which binds the c reactive protein which which turns on more inflammation in the body. We get more and more inflammation here and we have a major problem there and this is basically how we have the in weight gain cycle so basically we start with a disrupted signal and he can really start anywhere on this circle. But let's start with a disrupted signal so even though we have an abundance of stored fat and leptin. The signal to our brain gets disrupted. Like i was just talking about so the blood brain barrier the c reactive protein bound. The leptin can't cross. It's too big a molecule to cross. So it can't cross so the hypothalamus does not get the signal from leptin them we overeat because we don't get the natural satiate signal and that leads to food cravings and over eating which increases the amount of calories. We're consuming oftentimes sweet foods and foods that are healthy for us we gain weight and then that weight gain increases the amount of being released which therefore increases c reactive protein and we end up with whole body inflammation and leptin resistance and the cycle continues. And so the main causes of leptin resistance are stress and poor sleep chronic inflammation our body and that might be from like gut infections different bio toxic illnesses. Like mold toxicity or lime disease or something along those lines. Something that can drive up inflammation insulin resistance
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
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How under-eating and over-exercising can lead to hormonal imbalances with Dr Heather Rhodes
"So before we get started, could you tell people a little bit more about yourself and what you specialize in? Yes. Definitely. I am so pumped to be here and to meet you. Dana. So my name is. Is Holistic Services and I specialized in taking Mormons in them simple for women in order to effectively inefficiently reached their health goals So a lot of times as women in Women's health and experiencing symptoms are hormones are kind of ignored but then like we have this deep intuition of like, no, I, think it's a hormone problem. I think Raimondo Donna balances out of whack and A. Lot of times I dismissed and we kinda. Fugler we don't really know what to do and it just kind of feels like this messy messy spot. So I commend and basically clean it up and teach your hormones. They are help you find easy root causes. You can apply simple and practical strategy towards in order to get those results in that healing and symptom relief that you're looking for. Awesome. So incentive onto Google, we have Dr Heather for here here for you guys say. So we were talking about this briefly before we started recording, but I actually had a lot of requests from people to talk about P., C., O. S., but I haven't had an expert on yet to talk about pcs. So that's kind of what I want to start with so. Four listeners who aren't as familiar or if they just don't know like the macro view of what is P. C. O. S. unlike what does that even mean and what are the implications of it and everything? Could you do a brief? Is for people yes. Of course. So if you're to. Heathrow as you're gonNA find, it stands for poly cystic Ovarian Syndrome which basically means that you are experienced experiencing cyst on your ovaries. According to most Western medical standards to have a diagnosis you've got have two out of three qualifying conditions, which is irregular or no curious high levels of male testosterone engine based hormones or cyst on your brakes that are verified ultrasound. So here's the thing about that diagnosis. There's a couple. Sit Out there that say when you gotTa have at least one of the three or got to have all three gotta have two three nobody in the westernized community really has dislike standard baseline likely for things like pressure or diabetes or whatever. It's kind of this very ray area and a lot of times because of the intensity of the test in invasiveness that's required to either have ultrasound or half blood work drawn a Lotta Times. Women experiencing. Or even PCs likes that domes are very much dismissed. So when someone comes to me and I'm thinking What I'm hearing is they're having regular cycles maybe they are having issues with their blood sugar and your ability in mood swings. Potentially date got access here growth around their chin or jaw line. Maybe it's hair loss in the male pattern form obsolete thinning hair loss access here growth acne on your jaw line is like a major indicator. So can you have those symptoms and not ever officially diagnosed with PC s? Yes. Can you have symptoms and not actually have? On your ovaries. Yes So a lot of times as women week disqualify ourselves from having strategies and the way that we will doesn't impact us because we don't have that diagnosis but I account since I was one of those people that when you apply. Basically, this concept of okay TC. Means that my hormones are really relented in their lot more sensitive than other people's and you kind of take that view of your hormones start treating it as if you do have s than you actually experience all of these results and this kind of new branch of your help by focusing on that area. So I guess in Short, he's Eos is technically. Assist on your raisin meeting qualifications for a westernized doctor. However, I think that there are tons and tons of women out there that experience TV os likes symptoms August pseudo yo s either because of certain seasons that have come up in their life or because of you know my Song Changes Habits Mind specifically came from log period of over exercising under eating. Disordered, eating stop in all of that. So I think that having what I want audience members to kind of think about is kind of broadening their perspective in thinking more about these symptoms of zero s rather than to I technically have a diagnosis of. Or. Not. Right exactly. Well, thank you for explaining that. So I WANNA. Go into one thing that you just mentioned
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on Absolutely Not
"Me is my body. It's like you know that crystal lake from s._n._l. Where she gets so excited that she just throws herself about a window. She can't keep a secret well. That's kind of been me internally. It's like so many wonderful things have been popping and clicking for me and truly the people think this should happen overnight. I've been in this business for twelve years and the fact that are sold out as a tour in a minute and a half really and and you know i got to the today show and i'm getting a private tour delta. I mean i'm just over the moon and so humble and so grateful for everything so sorry i keep adjusting. Keep going from indian style to sitting regular style. Oh shit. You can't call it any in style anymore. Can you know no. I'm so sorry it's criss crisscross applesauce my apologies to the native american community. That was a flip. My friend who's afraid teacher told me that it is no longer <hes> <hes> correct to call it indian style so i apologize look. We're learning and growing together. You know what i mean. I mean hell. It was only about two years ago that that i found out that oriental wasn't the proper turn. What do you mean heather while when your mom's seventy one from boston she just like just didn't know you know what i mean and i know you're in writing that fucking crazy but my mom's interior designers so my entire life and for oriental rugs or drugs which is the proper term for that specific <hes> textile artifact artifact if you will but i was talking to one of my friends and he was like heather. Nobody uses that word anymore and i said well. Somebody needs to check in with rav. Alvin didn't know so. We're learning together. Here's the thing i can't go back on the today. Show if i'm saying indian style for fucks sake and i'm from atlanta and i know i know what you're saying what you don't say but suck me. I'm so sorry guys so anyways. I'm back in atlanta. I'm starting to detox today and let me tell you what i've been five days off off booze. I've never felt more alive. I've never woken up in such a hot sweat like i'm sweating right now. I'm still in my fruit print pajamas from show me or move amount but i've just been sweating. I'm gonna tell y'all some like personal stuff right now and so. I hope you buckle up. You don't drive your car off the road. When you hear this crazy shit i had the craziest hormone issues for the last couple of years and i got now having an ovarian cyst they think poly cystic ovarian syndrome or you're basically you're hair falls out he gained forty five pounds to get cyst on your ovaries and sometimes in your breasts <hes> you're you become insulin resistant. It's almost like diabetes and it's all because of your hormones are regulated so about three years ago in an induced it all came on because of stress after my dad passed my body kind of went into fighter flight shock trauma all this shit but basically i was just losing clumps of hair in the shower on fat as a house and i can say to myself. I don't want anybody sending him as i'll have her it. Don't be hard on yourself. In a shutt- karen you go to pure bar four days of fuckin- week you'll live in birmingham and drive a lexus rx s._u._v. You know those girls karen's. These are the carry girls they go to pure bar listen. If you own a pure bar that's great for you. I went to pure. It did nothing for me. It's just not enough enough of sweat for me. I wore my heart rate monitor. I bird twenty-five calories in an hour long class and i was pissed. When i go exercise. I need.
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast
"But understanding the fundamentals can really be a game changer. And this is I think what young women need to be learning to understand their bodies better rather than just being served contraception. Let's say to prevent pregnancy. If what understanding what a normal menstrual sock. Oh looks like h and every month, then this information, it it really sets us up again, the longtime of understanding what's going on. Because when a variation, Monaco. We can look at why that might be. It's the twenty percent of women of reproductive age or suffering from P C O S, poly cystic ovarian syndrome, what do you do encounter? This a lot in your practice. What do you recommend for people? Yeah. It's interesting because I actually can't get a solid statistic on paleo s anymore. I he sometimes wanting three one in five one in ten twenty percent. I think it way living at a time where he C O S is definitely rough. But I think we are over diagnosing as well, it's a syndrome, so it's very hard to diagnose because it's a bunch of symptoms. And what we're seeing is a lot of women being told that they have police a very are various police ovaries, at least when in actual fact. I still think it's a loss style. It's a lifestyle condition. Not everybody likes to hear that. Because had they say my lifestyle is is impacting, my home is I you know, I think we like to blame we like to buy home. I'll definitely say that it's easy. Like, you're just hormonal. Fuck what does that actually mean? What is that? We love to blame it on hormones. So I think it's something like pace US. I mean, any of these conditions were talking about whether it's into matriarchies opaque, C O S admire SIS their genetic. We can't change engines. They that's what's gifted to us. What we can change is the why ajainst behave and patriot issues, you know, we can put bacteria and a patriot issue can put that in the incubator or you can sit on the windowsill and what's going to grow. He's going to be different based on the environment that we're putting those to sign things in about nine different to that. So really looking at wool environment. Am I putting my? Body in and why is it responding in this way? And what can I maybe address that might allow my body to work better? And we're all different. That's where it becomes tricky. But I have facial coming all the time. And they'll say, oh, well, if I do all the right things Muslims go away. I'll be like pretty much. That's right. But we don't wanna do that. Because that that would involve leaving outside of what maybe we think he's normal. It's too hot. Or it's. So again, we left blame hormones, but our hormones responding to what your allowing them to respond to so something like again, we really need to look at Wisey spank triggered what things can I do. How do I many my pace? Yo s better. How do I make my Jane's behave, and it doesn't really change whether it's into trio infertility opaque in terms of the every day. So I love talking about the everyday approach because it's not what you do at your doctor's office. It's actually what you do when you leave the counts, the mice. Because that's what you doing if day. So again, how do we make sure all these things that we've been talking about a supporting body in the right way? I guess something like pace. Yo we know that we need this certain things that make it worse. Cypher example, dairy women who have pay CO s really need to be mindful that Derek can be a bit of a disaster. I'm removing that is really important anything that's inflammatory, really gluten dairy. They certainly foods that they do really upset the way that body works with this information of knowing you have pay CIO s you have to do something different to get a different outcomes are removing those can be very important. Also behind CO is always insulin resistance of some kind. So really looking at how you can regulate insulin better. This is why a lot of women respond a lot of women who have true pay COSI. This is this androgen very obvious symptoms of facial hair acne. Missing periods white gain..
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer
"I mean, it's what's interesting about this is that like I spent two years researching this last book, and I had a co author which I very rarely do who special in in the space of anti-aging. And you we together reviewed hundreds of studies interviewed the top. These guys are cook. Euro scientists your scientists that specialize in anti-aging I personally work with some of the top endocrinologists registered dieticians. Like this information is not coming from me. Personally. I didn't just come out and go get I haven't. Lake. Visit this is so by the way, it's also common sense. But you know, had a different so for hito diet. What is what is the problem? You're there. Basically, you're not getting the nutrients that you should beginning. How long answer Reich if they're so many problems with it. So let's first look at what the guy is houses. And it's kind of tough to get to really pin someone down because people do different versions of it. So for example, I'm so sorry. I hang my my eight year old is dancing and the room. I love the gambling and the singing, but if we could keep the singing just right now. And I I by the way, I remember seeing you tailgate fetch with your little girl on stage. So I know that you I totally understand. Patriot. Give the background. It's okay. But so think of it as follows, right? First of all what Kito or most Kito people talk about is like, well, it's low carb right in the whole key is to be in Kito this which means you're depriving your body of carbohydrates to the point of what is quite honestly, considered a state of medical emergency. And the body then starts burning through fat at an accelerated pace. And we think well, that's great. I like who wouldn't think that's great because there's no other source of fuel. In addition people with insulin related health issues, like type two diabetes or poly cystic ovarian syndrome are saying, oh, well, you know, it's helped me reverse all these conditions. And you also think we'll be great, right? But the reality is that you can do all those things with commonsense. Eating balanced macronutrients, right restricting your calories and working out on a consistent basis because by the way. I had peace US as a kid. I was overweight as a teenager. And I not only have myself help eating commonsense. Clean foods bounce Mak rose. But it's helped thousands of other people cheat the exact same thing so point being even get all the good with a healthy diet that has none of the side effects now. So out of all, right. So yeah. Michael and Michael. And I challenged ourselves through the whole thirty this month. We've we've already quit. But do you. Do you feel you? Do you to feel the same way about the whole thirty? No. I mean, don't thirty is just whole foods right for thirty days. Yeah. But mail wine, Jillian, no wine. Okay. I'm a mama too. Okay. Okay. So you know, what's interesting about that? So basically, she's kind of wrap up on the Kito. You're you're you're starving. Your body of fiber micronutrients, vitamins and minerals when you cut out food groups at macronutrients rights in your cells are made up of coaching fat and carb we've seen the diet high saturated fats in animal protein are bad for kilometers, which it'd be tapping your DNA.
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on The Valleycast
"We love you. I love you, Honey. All right. What's your topic sweetheart? Oh, baby. Do I have a night? Just lost it in my mind. I didn't want. I wanna do a little great. We can end it do a little housekeeping because he didn't do housekeeping before we didn't actually do a housekeeping before I, I'm, I'm not. I, I really don't have any going on McKinney housekeeping. I couldn't be bothered to really say anything about going on, and I don't know what the listeners now. I don't know. It's been. It's really just one of those things. It's just personal, housekeeping. So you guys don't need to be involved in this in any way performed. I'm excited to come to the valleys. I'd love to have someone clean up some of my stuff. This is the saddest. This is the third hi-fi that's happened in this pocket and it's awful. All of them have been just an if you become a patron, you can see us do it, and it's worth it. Baby baby. I put my butt on lean, and it was a good moment. I think it was a really good moment. My personal housekeeping is a last week I talked about PCS and having it and everyone. I got a lot of really positive response from people being like, thank you for sharing that because not many people share those personal things. And and to me, it's one of those shared all the personal thing, not all of the personal things, but had a lot of personal things for me. Health is to one that I always feel like it should be talked about more like health and like weight issues and all these things. I feel like we should probably talk about more openly. My heart problem is one that I feel like we should talk about more openly because you're gonna help them. No, a hell. I probably would. That's so sweet. Thank you. Leave. The top of the podcast, we didn't think to do housekeeping. This isn't about this isn't the podcast housekeeping lead? How. Oh my God. You're gonna have to give context to that. I don't know what you're. I actually don't know what you're talking. Steve video where it's just all of the Michael Jackson grunts and groans will actually own any send it to me shutout to Owen. So PC. Oh my God. So I'm gonna start a podcast if you guys want to figure out. Let's let's listen. I'm sorry. Lee. Anyways, it was really nice to have a bunch of people be like, hey, things are being candidate open about something like that because it is something extremely personal and real that talked about. And so it's nice about something really personal in real and into to be responsive in very kind about it. That's nice down that real. Just a, it's a, it's a simple. It's a respect thing. That's really nice. That happens, restaurant choices or reason. I'm really attacked right now. You. Say I just I'm not going to hide it. I'm feeling attack well. Okay, got it. No, it was just nice. It was really sweet everyone to people said, because apparently I know it's one of those things that actually does affect one in five women. I've heard that, but by the response that I got from it, it really does affect one of women. It's a, it's just what it is. Police, cystic ovarian syndrome, basically not just like over it can have infertility issues. It can have. It's a real big reason why people have weight problems because literally it's a, it's, it adds weight. It just does. It's like you have an Overman of progesterone estrogen. It's one of those struggles that like women go through constantly and it's not really talked about that often, but it really is one in five women suffer from it nowadays, and it's it can be billeting. You can have debilitating pain..
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on The Valleycast
"Everybody had a good time. Deliberately fix close. They really make you really hit it out of the part. I really like him. I like what they did, and it took me a second for one of the shirts to grow me now. I like it. I know twenty talking about it. Yeah. I'd like you to point out which ones are stitch, fix clothing. I know every time I literally ask him every time him enjoy that is fixed. Like nice, good, definitely with Joe, you can talk, Joe would wear for your old belief, close. He got the man, some longer t-shirts. He doesn't know his t shirts or like you don't talking about baby tummy tease you got now. Every time. Emme for you Joe's listening this right now, and he's gone. Joe doesn't listen. He will not. Yeah, he's probably ice time. He might be listening to get it. Quote fingers might have listened. He'll say something like listen to the podcast because great nice work, Joe will what was my topic? I gotta go watch my kids walk outdoor. What's your topic topic? Ostrich. I Lewis good. I loved it and just far totally. Got yesterday. We're filming and stupid skit and Scotty bid, Steve beefing in the middle of it, and it was getting me. So yeah, you get like every time he as the character he'd lean over. That was nice. There's some silent ones unfortunately. So hopefully we can add. I only knew because you were just laying yet nicely. Yeah, we filmed some insane things. The we have. I'm really excited for him. I really am. So I, I'm gonna talk about it. So I m a wonderful woman that suffers from beautiful then called p. c. o. s. which is poly cystic ovarian syndrome. It sounds a lot more complicated than it. Actually, it's pretty complicated, but Holly cystic ovarian syndrome, poly, cystic ovarian. So yours over many cysts? Yes. I've had like something over Eason, horrible, painful ministrations for a very long time since I've had them. Actually, it's like real and also one time I I was trying to get on birth control, and my mother was a conservative and didn't want me to. And my sister who has the same condition that I have literally was like, she's had open heart surgery. You didn't see your cry. And right now she's on the floor and tear. So let's figure this. Out and really cool. So anyways, got on that for a minute, but it's all females that help it did hope for a minute. And then I was taken off of it because I'm a heart patient and heart patients can have difficulty with a certain ones of those things. So my lady doctor decided that it would be a fun time to go on Kito. I don't know if he goes heard it. It's a new diet phenomena. Do any what? It's one of those that I'm trying for a tiny time to see if I can one make it happen and not be insane with it and to. We could join forces. Do you wanna join forces Keno. 'cause I ate McDonalds yesterday and my, I think I'm just past. Yeah, like the fun is. I feel like I'm. I've reached that point as like just an age where the fun is over. I think it's done. Your body doesn't want an. Yeah. He doesn't know what to do with it anymore. Yeah. Rollercoasters not paying parking tickets, fast food condoms, not wearing condoms. Well, some things are some habits are hard to kick, but yeah, no joke. But yeah, I predict. Yuck. I totally down the trial actually fun. That's that would be really fun to do with, you know. So I just kicked into it the last like five days and and I read a bunch of stuff online. I'm sure I'm going to get a lot of people saying bunch of stuff as well. Basically, it's, it kicks your body. It's a super low carb thing, and it kicks your body into a burning the fat off your body is what it is. But the reason why it's really good for females with what I have is because it.
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"High blood pressure that's never addressed diabetes Of course autoimmune diseases but that's a whole, different scenario so we're not, talking about lupus or rheumatoid arthritis or polish cystic ovarian syndrome damaging the kidneys in, this conversation here we're talking about things like high blood, pressure diabetes and pollution and cigarette smoke The. Grape she gets into these tiny little filters in the kidneys and shields and they've actually shown that older, women when they took, a bunch of robustly over weight. Women postmenopausal and they gave him grapeseed they maintain, their kidney function the women, on placebo they kidney function tended to decline the women on grapeseed der der kidney, function, actually improved a little bit And when people come in with. Reduced, kidney function, if it's not too severe I mean at a certain. Point you, have to go on a machine to clean out your blood because, you kidding okay no longer capable of doing it it's called a kidney dialysis I mean if, you, have reduced kidney function you. Might want to look into, grape she it's a. Dandy way of protecting the kidneys now beyond that they did a study and people who had kidney failure They were on dialysis kidney function. They're estimated lamelo filtration rate. Is called, EGFR on your blood test was, below fifteen they were on a machine. To, clean up the the ammonia products out of. Their, blood otherwise, it's toxic to their brain your pancreas their their hearts When I gave. Him, grapeseed it reduced the loss, of protein, in new Europe Reduced inflammation in their body people were reduced kidney function always have, increased inflammation because they're not getting rid of. Toxins toxins or inflaming the body so, reduced inflammation and increased her. Antioxidant levels what we call the enzyme system, antioxidants like Lutheran on mutation Cadillac I know I sound like I'm talking Dutch but all these things are really. Good finding and your kidney function actually improved pretty to a pretty good level Now That.
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"So I think the new, the doctors now are much more open and not just accepting, but appreciate acupuncture, like I have medical doctors who come to me as as patients, so they're not just saying, oh, yeah. Okay. Just trying to acupuncture, like not just pooh-poohing it, they're actually really promoting because they see the benefits of it. And even if they don't fully understand that I find because I hear back from the patients with their doctors tell them and some of the patients, some of the patients will say, yeah, my doctor said we, we could try coupon. I don't know if it's going to do anything for you, so they're not necessarily promoting it, but they're. I'm not saying it's gonna. Yeah. I mean, I guess they see the benefit if it helps bring down some things -iety than do it. Right. Does it does a lot more that your help things -iety big time. Oh. I was going to everyone who owns, yeah, everyone who comes in is coming for one specific. There's one sort of chief called the chief complaint. Everyone comes in. This is their chief complaint. And then once you look at all the layers, like everyone's got some anxiety like, wow, you would never know it walking down the street next to this person. This person has all these issues. Right? It's amazing. We're all just so such complex. Yeah, onions with many layers, right. Lots of lenders. So what are some things just go back, like you said, women's health, like what are some things you can treat with acupuncture, like kind of women's health. So Holly cystic ovarian syndrome. Common, which is actually an endocrine disorder, but has kind of logical manifestations that could inhibit a woman's ability to get pregnant depending on what degree it is, and it is a syndrome. So syndrome basically comprised of many different symptoms. Some some can have it much more of an extreme case of it, but basically is just your eggs that you have are basically living in a much more Andrew genyk environment, which is the male hormone is governing more of what's going on. So it's it's depleting the equality over time. Why like the symptoms are. Ling male oriented symptom. Well, women have to stop thrown and just like men have Astra jn. But when something is inhibiting some of the female hormones from working as they should, the male hormones are gonna show be more predominant, and that's not how it's supposed to be. So yes, there's western ways of dealing with that, but you know, it is so common so many women from PC. Oh, and then there's endometriosis which has also so common that is some call that even an autoimmune disorder, which is can be also super complex as well. Lena done talks about suffering from that. Yeah, right. She she does. She had a hysterectomy did struck to me. Yeah. I have a friend who had one two and she's forty. She's not. You know it was just so so hard for her. Yeah. So. Endometriosis goes away when women go to menopause because I'll have to do with estrogen levels. So that's why she had this trip historic me. Whole foods she BB thrown? No, she's an uterus. It was controversial because like some people were saying like, she didn't need to go to such extremes. There's other ways of treating it, but how they know a well, be sure she tried other way she, her thing was that it was too painful, like the pain coming from her endometriosis. It was so unbearable to remove. It's it's usually around the menstrual cycle and it's like thing about your normal pain. You get some cramps. It's like time's one hundred. Some people can't even like they can't even get out of bed..
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on Innovation Rising, Presented by Healthbox
"Ewing she learning in by that's going to help them personally to paul to diabetes reversal for each one of the patients so what what types of ai machine learning you're going on and like what are the insights that's able to to expose yeah so the the days an machine learning that we provide as i mentioned permits puzzling light paul to diabetes vessel but i think the other thing that we found through that and some of the surprising insights all that we can deliver diabetes reversal but there's been an incredible carly to improvement in other comb will bid if used to thirty nine percent reduction in inflation and inflammation significant improvement in vp and decreasing cardiovascular risk and massive improvement in dislocated imia as i believe you know we average weight loss of twelve percent at one year which is about thirty pounds and that's all driven by an incredible team that's powered by a ton of technology so is is medicine is evolved in healthcare is beginning to change over time i think one of the things that's allowing she exponential curve that we're seeing in health innovation is the use of data to be able to collect it to analyze to build machines around it's i know that you must be using a lot of that has the company discovered anything that's been surprising or things that you weren't expecting when you've been looking at the data i think one of the most interesting insights has been this massive improvement and other co mobility's when you reverse the resistance we'd suspected to this might be the case but seeing we just published one year paper and i would encourage all of you listening to to go out and take a look at that but we've seen he's incredible improvement in other komo businesses that they're really helping patients regain their lives you know all these things i talk about one of my favorite stories advert is i'm we've seen some folks who been able to reverse that police cystic ovarian syndrome and end up having kids we call them babies and i mean you know look but it's not an online use and that that's not why spread but it's it definitely an incredible affect that we've seen in a few cases and i can only hope that that happens more and more to be able to bring that kind.
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on WSB-AM
"I take and they're all plantbased they're all vegan to jamie hack remake your day better my name on the twenty five year old female and i have posed to cystic ovarian syndrome jess um and i was wondering if you had any in thoughts about that i do i was diagnosed two years ago and i'm kind of on the fence about taking any type of synthetic uh medication to treat at sure jimmy view of listen to the show opinion for everything now ipco s poly cystic ovarian syndrome it's tumors and your uterus and number one absolutely no caffeine no stimulants so so that's now that's the number one thing you have to give up today now because the caffeine or every time you do it makes it worse so here's my challenge you jamie okay you want to make i knew i mentioned that the now you're thinking about neurotransmitter yes in bihac fine yes and on actually have an outline separate they yes and found kind of having an opinion by you were talking about the relation the fine and everything else i do take an app and are i are inviting sure though i know it with an hour semeck thanking caused any type of problems like theo aspirin and guidi at the anxiety yes because the uk with the brain funnels down into into the brain stem and then it becomes the spinal cord so the atlas the top owning your neck the at the brain stem goes right through that little holds called the freemen and it right through there and if the atlas moves out of place it can put pressure on the brain stem which can cause a lot of anxiety absolutely positively yes de blasio as a no caffeine sorry to break the news to your also saying of some supplication is bone out of place pinching inner you want to check the nerves and low back because the nerves and low back control the uterus the ovaries the colon blatter so app you definitely want to get the.
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson
"Get to the east in that will knock it out poker if it gets to the point where you need a little some some like a die flu can or modest that use it you can do a modest that threeday course secundo those little obvious be warns that sometimes is obvious when they break apart and kind of let the medicine coat the vagina can come back out in the near discharges little funky okay but there's different ways to treat it and soon having if your itchy talk to your doctor if it's uncontrollable for sure of his it can be a few things as well okay but most likely it's these infections especially if you fat antibiotics or anything like that now if you are one of those who hates discharge hates odor and is due shing stop that is so bad for the inside of your regina you have no bacteria that's going to protect you from any type of infection and it just dries everything out okay so just unita's kinda get over the discharge thing in everybody have that every land when it the owner it's just shoring on a regular basis than using really mild cleaners or things like that button overdoing it sounds like it makes it probably what it does get makes it way worse also another question we've gotten when it comes to like hygiene in maintenance and staff and is about hair yes so one question you mentioned and beginning what about nepal hair is that normal happens it's normal it's they are some people get a lot some people get one straggler that just kind of israeli annoying shaving and is fine i wouldn't recommend waxy at because i feel like that would hurt really bad yep if but if you have a large amount of hair that grows on your nipples on your chest on your back on your face anything like that that's beyond the normal chin straggler a lot of people get those probably need to be evaluated for something that's cla pc os eos isis cystic ovarian syndrome may have a little bit of testosterone in there that's lingering and may be taking control and you may have and will hear grow.
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"That's right um so january 19th is the big premier i'm already wearing a dickey in a bow tie and little cuffs right now how do i look great i'm getting ready slowly but surely it's right uh that's ten pm on science channel steffi should know television show points good january ninety as there all right now with surmount yep uh i'm gonna call this a mustache woman remember uh during a one of the mobile plugs i think and he said something about how ladies porch you don't have a mustache but while the blah it can happen and this is probably pretty good podcast to mention this okay this from kale a guys us into what will happen when we reach the singularity and chuck said a man i guess women if you grow mustache more power to immediately sought the podcast what can email i suffer from a condition known as uh poly cystic ovarian syndrome peak c o s which is a leading cause of infertility and affects about twelve percent of women at many women don't know what it is for that they have it but symptoms include um infrequent or no demonstration cycles magnate weight gain diabetes and insulin insulin resistance and a person pursued his them hearse lakers suit yet her citizen pen now which is excess here yeah uh it can lead to women growing hair wear no woman should on the face excessive arm hair legs in even hail nipples luckily i am not affected by this particular symptom but some women report having to shave several times a day including sneaking razors into work to shape the faces no needless to say this is a devastating reality and pin have huge impact on the woman's competence.
"cystic ovarian syndrome" Discussed on The World Transformed
"Okay a next next on go onto the next thing and then yeah yeah yeah now i've got other things i gotta think about the threat it doesn't mccurdy the does it cure everything else you know you don't eat just that's not the question you solve all the whole problem the modern world uh we've staked out yeah it didn't it didn't it didn't occur to them to ask but thank goodness somebody look into it and found it turns out that it's it's already in additions diabetes already being prescribed for obesity uh for a police cystic ovarian syndrome for infertility for non alcoholic fatty liver disease and for acne so doctors have all even before this research doctors have already certain started figuring out that it's potentially could be applied for a lot of other things now we don't like using phrases like miracle drug but actually i love using phrases like merkel who mike at number marketing on this made me a miracle yeah we were we're not doctors went on you know doctors y miracle drug but we're not selling anything here but if i were ultra uh the thing i would make much money because this stuff is massproduced and it doesn't cost much it exists opposition aerial version yeah five cents billion in rebel held a day at the time of day to live forever basically okay now that we're in the well into the hyperbole cycle here um you know the the point is wouldn't it be great if a big breakthrough in life extension healthy life extension making people live not just longer but but really treating these terrible debilitating things that are curtis' our bodies age was already there and i'll additives start using it would would have wonderful woah.