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Survivors of COVID-19, who received hospital treatment, show increased rate of psychiatric disorders
"More than half of people who received hospital treatment for Covid nineteen were found to be suffering from a psychiatric disorder a month. Later, a study has found. Out, of four hundred, two patients monitored after being treated for the virus, fifty, five percent were found to have at least one psychiatric disorder according to experts from San. Rafael Hospital in Milan found. The results based on clinical interviews and self assessment questionnaires showed post traumatic stress disorder in twenty, eight percent of cases depression in thirty, one and anxiety in forty-two. Additionally forty percent of patients had insomnia and twenty percent had obsessive compulsive symptoms. The findings increased concerns about the psychological effects of the virus. The paper published yesterday in the Journal Brain behavior and immunity says PTSD major depression, and anxiety. All high burden. noncommunicable conditions associated with years of life lived with disability, the study of two, hundred, sixty, five men, and one hundred, and thirty seven women found that women who are less likely to die from Cova than men suffered. Suffered more than men psychologically patients with previous positive psychiatric diagnoses suffered more than those without a history of psychiatric disorder. They said, psychiatric efforts could be caused by the immune response to the virus itself. All by psychological stresses, such as social isolation, psychological impact of a novel severe and potentially fatal illness concerns about infecting others and stigma outpatient showed increase anxiety and sleep disturbances while perhaps surprisingly, the duration of hospitalization inversely correlated with symptoms of St Depression anxiety and OCD.
Loneliness In A Socially Distant World
"We've all felt lonely at some point in our lives, but the reality is loneliness is so much more than a bad feeling. It's a public health crisis that affects more than half of adults in the US. Many. People feel that if they're lonely. That means that they're not likeable or that. They're broken in some way and I certainly felt that as a child that was one of the reasons I never told my parents all those years. I struggled with loneliness. In fact, feeling alone, and we WANNA, ultimately address loneliness. We have to figure out how to eradicate that stigma and help people see loneliness from what it is, which is a human condition that all of his experience at some point in our lives. This is the former US surgeon general Dr Viv AAC morphe- who served from the end of two thousand fourteen until twenty seventeen. He's the author of together the healing power of human connection in sometimes lonely world, and just make it even more clear. Listen to the scientific finding Dr Martha told us so. Loneliness is associated with an increased risk of heart disease of depression, anxiety of premature death of sleep, disturbances of dementia of impaired wound healing, and the list goes on when studies have actually looked at them. Mortality impact associated with loneliness. What they have found is that that mortality impact is similar to the mortality impact seen with smoking fifteen cigarettes a day. Okay fifteen cigarettes a day. That is almost a full pack. In one day. We were shocked when we heard this. How can loneliness cost so much damage? Well, Dr Martha says it's because it puts our minds and bodies in this primal and unsustainable state. Loneliness is a natural signal that our body sends us when we're lacking something that we need for survival in this case, human connection, we literally need him. In connection for survival in that sense is very similar to hunger. Thirst signals at our body sends up when we're. We're lacking food or water now we if we respond to that signal by getting a meal or a drinking some water than the hunger, thirst will subside similarily, we seek out connection with others. If you pick up the phone to call a friend, get in the car and go visit a relative. That loneliness may subside, but when the loneliness persists for a long period of time is when we run into trouble, because physiologically loneliness induces a stress state in our body, and in the short term stress, states can motivate. Motivate you to action in the long term, they're associated with increased levels of inflammation. That's associated with an increased risk of heart, disease and other chronic illnesses. The chronic illnesses are what surgeon general's have focused on in the past and Dr. Murphy said that was initially his plan to when he came into office, but when he actually traveled and spoke to citizens across the country. He had an epiphany. What I recognize overtime was behind. Those stories were so many threads of loneliness. People would often say I feel I have to. To deal with all of these challenges by myself, or if you if I disappear tomorrow, no one would even notice or feel invisible and hearing that again and again from college students from parents from people in remote fishing villages in Alaska to members of Congress in Washington C.. It struck me that something deeper was happening here. He'd heard that a lot, too as a practicing physician, and he knew it was a problem, but addressing loneliness. It wasn't taught in Med school when you enter a profession like medicine or nursing. Because you want to help people and relieve suffering, and when you see people suffering in front of you from 'cause you have no idea how to address something like loneliness. He doesn't feel good, and that's how I felt when I was in the hospital. And I. Encounter patients who were alone and I didn't know what to do and I felt I wasn't serving them.
How Does Anxiety Work?
"It's perfectly natural to be feeling anxious. Everyone does sometimes and there are plenty of things that anyone can do to help combat it a Christian goes through a few ideas end of the episode but in this one we wanted to talk about what's going on in the brain when anxiety becomes a disorder. Here's Christian brain stuff it's Christian Sager here. Listen I get anxious you do too but hey it is totally normal and healthy response. That keeps us from doing things that might actually be dangerous. Like sticking your hand in a fire for instance but when anxiety is so pervasive that it interferes with your daily life it becomes a disorder and most researchers believe that disorder begins in your brain there several types of anxiety disorders phobias. Ptsd and OCD. Or just a few and some forty million American adults suffer from an anxiety disorder according to the National Institute of Mental Health. But let's focus today on general anxiety disorder which affects close to seven million adults in his twice as likely in women. You're constantly anticipating a threat or disaster. That isn't actually present. Maybe you're worried about money. Health family or work in despite reality you'll expect the worst. The symptoms include restlessness fatigue difficulty concentrating irritability muscle tension and sleep disturbances. The symptoms officially become a disorder. When you can't control your worry for at least six months you may still be social or even employed but people with general anxiety disorder can have difficulty carrying out even the simplest of daily activities experts. Believe that general anxiety disorder is caused by both biological factors and life experiences good old combination of nature and nurture but anxiety is also recognized by many as an emotional response with neurobiological routes simply put the neural pathways in our brains sometimes lead to irrational anxiety in stressful situations encourage us to develop associations with those pathways by influencing which neuro chemicals pass through them the same way you learn to tie your shoe you can also learn to be anxious the neurons in your brain fire and overtime. They get wired together. One stressful thing like being stuck in traffic leads you to think of another stressful thing lake a car crash. She wants survived. And this activates. A part of the brain stem called the locus serious. This triggers the symptoms of anxiety by releasing neuro epinephrine into your spinal cord and parts of your brain while hormones like adrenaline and cortisol spread through your body. It's supposed to initiate an analgesic response to suppress pain and initiate defense. When you're under threat like if you were actually in a car crash and injured but when there isn't any actual threat all were left with is the jitters of anxiety a couple other things about the brain contribute to anxiety. Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital found that people with a thicker venturo medial. Prefrontal CORTEX are less likely to get anxiety. Basically some brains have more armor against inducing situations than others. We don't have enough
Why Was the Mad Hatter Mad?
"To brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren. Vogel bomb here. If you've read Lewis Carroll's Alice's adventures in Wonderland or seen the movie adaptations the character of the mad. Hatter is bound to have left an impression. He's eccentric to say the least as presides over a rollicking tea party that Alice attends but the idea of being mad as a hatter will in the British sense mad meaning crazy not angry. It didn't come from Carol and if you like. Alice have a tendency to fall down. Rabbit holes this phrase is an interesting one. Carroll's book was published in eighteen sixty five but the Oxford English dictionary puts the earliest known use of mad as a hatter in eighteen twenty nine. That's three and a half decades before any march hare's or dorm. I sipped tea or the Cheshire. Cat made his famous claim of the General Madness of the inhabitants of wonderland. Where all mad here? The actual origin of the phrase mad as a hatter is unknown but it's believed to be connected to mercury poisoning in hat makers several years after Allah's had her first appeared in eighteen. Eighty three the phrase hatters shakes was used to describe the condition caused by mercury poisoning. The symptoms include muscle tremors and mental and behavioral changes. Wonderland's hatter behaves strangely in the novel as do most of the characters but his friend seemed to accept his oddities as being normal today. Mercury poisoning is known to the medical and scientific communities as Eric Ism. The modern list of symptoms include irritability and mania both of which the hatter displays. But there's also sleep disturbances. Depression disturbance hearing loss and those telltale tremors at least the bladder of which the hatter does not seem to have though to be fair. He only appears briefly. You may be glad to learn that. Although short term exposure to Mercury Ken 'cause Earth Ism. It usually goes away if you can avoid further contact with mercury long-term exposure such as that that dental professionals and chemical workers experience can mean the symptoms persist in any case. Eric ISM is a rare disease after the tea party. During the playing card court trial to determine who has stolen the tarts the hatter explains the king that he has no have his own because he sells all of the hats he has which brings us to the last stop in our rabbit hole. A what does mercury have to do with hats? It was part of a process called carrying in order to make felt which is what many hats are made of. You have to get the for of a beaver or rabbit to stick together in a Matt. Thick stiff fabric. A which means you have to get the for off of the skin to get the for off the skin. Cleanly mercuric nitrate was used. It came to be known as caring because the solution would turn the edges of the pelts orange as it dried modern haberdasher use hydrogen peroxide to remove the from the skin which is a slower but much safer process but apparently lose. Carol didn't mean to slander hatters via his tea party.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"Now, this is all outlined in my book, the went through one method for those of you haven't yet ordered the book, I wanted just break this down for you and help you understand what it is what menopause is and how much control you have and fellas if you're still listening, God bless you. This is going to help you to help your lady again Peri menopause for many women can start in her thirties. It's that period before a woman has her last menstrual cycle, and it's characterized by an imbalance of hormones. It can be characterized by intermittent symptoms like symptoms at come on some months. You notice them some months, you don't it might be things like an irregular menstrual cycle hair loss, a shift in your body fat. You notice that gosh. This is weird. I collecting body fat around my midsection, my back my flanks as they call them. Sound so weird doesn't it? Your flanks. Sorry loss of libido sleep disturbances. Hot flashes mood swings hormonal acne, which is typically on your chest shoulders back neck sometimes along the hairline on your face. Vaginal dryness, bladder leakage and increase in cellulite weight loss resistance, and I mean, the list goes on and on. I mean. You put these symptoms together with the physical attributes of aging, and I don't know about you, ladies, but you're like, oh, wow. Okay. So what you're telling me is as I Asia, I'm going to experience now only saving skin and loss of hair and a decline in my physical appearance, but I'm going to have all of these beautiful things going on at the same time. And I'm supposed to embrace it. I'm supposed to love it. I'm supposed to love myself. Are you kidding me? Listen, we're gonna keep talking about pyramid. Pause and menopause, and what you can do about it. But I want you to Mark your calendars. I want you put a little notation in your phone right now that you're gonna listen to Wednesday's episode. In Wednesday's episode. I'm going to specifically address. How it is. We feel about ourselves and what we can do about it like what can you do about all of these things, right? What power? What controlled you have? How can you change the narrative? What are we supposed to do when society and social media glorifies youth, and there's no escaping? The fact the beautiful fact that you're getting older what can we do about that? That's going to be on Wednesday's episode. But let's keep talking about Perryman a pause. And the reason why I say that is because when we talk about all these symptoms. We often talk about the physical symptoms like what's going on inside of us. And maybe some of the things that we notice on the outside. But really when we get together what we talk about is just feeling crappy because I mean, think about all the things that I've just described as sound fun. No, it doesn't sound that fun. Okay. But keep listening because in this episode, I'm going to share with you things that you can do to minimize these symptoms. You don't just have to roll over and accept them. I'm going to share with you, some strategies, and what what you need to understand is still within your control girlfriend. Hey, okay. This will only take a second. It's a true story..
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"I collecting body fat around my midsection, my back my flanks as they call them. So weird doesn't it your flanks? Sorry law Sabido sleep disturbances hot flashes mood swings hormonal acne, which is typically on your chest shoulders back neck sometimes along the hairline on your face. Vaginal dryness, bladder leakage an increase in cellulite weight loss resistance, and I mean, the list goes on and on. I mean. You put these symptoms together with the physical attributes of aging, and I don't know about you, ladies, but you're like, oh, wow. Okay. So what you're telling me is as I age, I'm gonna experience now only saving skin and loss of hair and a decline in my physical appearance, but I'm going to have all of these beautiful things going on at the same time. And I'm supposed to embrace it. I'm supposed to love it. I'm supposed to love myself. Are you kidding me? Listen, we're gonna keep talking about pyramid. Pause and menopause, and what you can do about it. But I want you to Mark your calendars. I want you put a little notation in your phone right now that you're gonna listen to Wednesday's up. So in Wednesday's episode. I'm going to specifically address. Howard. Is we feel about ourselves and what we can do about it like what can you do about all of these things, right? What power? What controlled you have? How can you change the narrative where do we supposed to do when society and social media glorifies youth, and there's no escaping? The fact the beautiful fact that you're getting older what can we do about that? That's going to be on Wednesday's episode. But let's keep talking about Perryman applause. And the reason why I say that is because when we talk about all these symptoms. We often talk about the physical symptoms like what's going on inside of us. And maybe some of the things that we notice on the outside. But really when we get together what we talk about is just feeling crappy because I mean, think about all the things that I've just described as sound fun..
Poor Sleep Can Set Off Viral Loneliness & Social Rejection
"Von well we've got another sleep study. I'll this one might be, a little more dubious this is from UC Berkeley and they've found that. Sleep deprived people are lonelier and they're socially repellent now how, did they come to this finding where they say the less. Sleep you get the less. You wanna socially interact they took eighteen young adults they sat them in a chair and they had to them view video clips of individuals walking. Towards them after they had a normal, night's sleep and after they had a sleepless night the person sitting in In the chair watching the video. Of a person walking towards. Them was supposed to push a button to stop the video when they felt uncomfortable and the people that were sleep deprived push the button a. Lot sooner than the people that were, not sleep deprived right Got a study of eighteen people It's a, kind of a spirit. Of study. But but it does it's interesting I thought, maybe? It's really study about, depression right because if you're. Depressed you're gonna have disrupted sleep but if, you have disrupted sleep and depression you're going to be sort. Of not wanting to socially interact and then maybe that makes you more withdrawn more sleep disturbance or more, depressed with part of a cycle what they did show noticed on that second page that the f. MRI study of the what they call. It human approach system, or something when I read that you see that They've identified some human threat system is called her human threat system. That is particularly active in the deprive individuals well that's? Interesting because that doesn't seem normal and you just more. On edge you, just, you don't want that upper. Getting near you you. Don't people that make sure depression. Worse right right interesting well I think the also that, the relationship is not. Just that. Sleep deprivation Lisa loneliness it's obviously that sleep, deprivation? Leads you to not, really want to interact with. People that creates a cycle because if you, look like you don't want to hang out with people than. They might wanna hang out with and then you're lonely what if you use your sleep deprivation as an, excuse because you don't want to hang out with people anyway and you say we'll I host the morning show I'm not going out we. Have the Randy Wang, syndrome it's already Okay Top of? That, yeah I like being. Antisocial I also have been sleep deprived for five. Years? Why because I do the morning show you get the better. Earlier what's what's up with your sleep? Hygiene have you tried going to bedouin the sun still? Up you go to bed when the? Sunshine Forty five. Nine but you go to bed at night I, try. But I'm a tough sleeper and it's been a lot harder. To quit smoking pot a year ago although that didn't really help either but I told. Myself help for a, while and then it stopped it. Helped for the first six months and then. I did it for nine more year right that's how well
Babies sleep better when they begin solid food early, study says
"Months of age then begin to introduce solid foods but a study published in the journal jama pediatrics recommends giving solid food to babies after just three months researchers say practice led to the practice lead to a more than fifty percent reduction in the number of families reporting severe sleep disturbances and their baby of course that is offset by that first diaper after solid food different than then.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Nutrition this show that you hearing is the number one health wellness radio show in the country i guess in the world i don't know you judge that but because you you the listeners have made it this way and what we're talking about what i always talk about is things that that come in my offices week to week and a lot of chronic pain patients in for while we on a big role of stomach issues we still got a ton of stomach patients acid reflux heartburn burping but i wanna talk about chronic pain patients today what is chronic pain patient what does that mean what do you do about it what happens when you're the chronic pain patient and that's a big issue because acute means if we're using the terms the the colloquialisms acute mean it hurts really bad chronic has been there for a long time the actual definitions are a little different but we're gonna use those definitions today a cumulus really bad pain chronic means it's been there for a long time so you can be acute chronic i guess by using colloquialisms and about ten million people united states suffer from something called fibromyalgia now a lot of people have this word just everything hurts anybody like that raise your hands a lot of you out there i know you are because you come right offices and you just everything hurts my neck my shoulder my elbows my wrist my hips in just hurt all the time and it's a syndrome characterized by chronic widespread pain sleep disturbances fatigue psychological distress is often the result of them of the of the ten million people that are involved about seventy five to ninety percent are women according to the national fibromyalgia association so i've had women come into my off office and talk about their women and say doc i think she's crazy i think she just looking for attention well that could happen not saying that's not happening out there but we see so much that people have these chronic pain patients cases and people don't know what to do about themselves we're talking about today people are fibro often you test healthy according to typical medical procedures it takes an average of five years to a person to be correctly diagnosed and there's no lab tests that can really detect it fully so what we're doing is looking for manual tender trigger points with a certain point you push the shoulders the elbows out hurts here here here and here and okay now we can say it's fibromyalgia but not just firearm talking about all chronic pain.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on WTRH
"Acc dot net ford slash events website i you should check back there again because i'm i haven't checked this out but usually those things are available after the fact as well so not only live during the day which happened during the day today but you might be able to still pick up on it for those who did miss junior we're talking about childhood sexual abuse we talked last night about the typical course of events involved in it what are what are some of the things that especially parents grandparents should be looking for what telltale signs that there might be some abuse going on i remember we had a cow was on our steph when we first began and then she ended up reading a testimony of someone who had her same situation and that was she had no member it's until she read it and all of a sudden it really triggered all these flashbacks and she loved being at her grandparents home and then one day her grandfather was sexually violating her and she begged her parents later to not take i don't wanna go there i don't wanna go there so if there is a strong aversion where there hasn't been before if there's some reason in and then instead of saying oh honey you love being at your grandparents so don't say don't don't you know having no idea of course the moms dot attune or the dad's not aware but instead of trying to talk her into it as to going instead the wise parent will just say well hunting normally you enjoy going did something difficult happened to you is there something that was uncomfortable that you experience or you could just as anyone touched you in a way that made you feel uncomfortable and so so one would be this fear of authority figures in general just anybody in authority or some kind of unusual mistrust is what i was referring to sometimes there can be nightmares that have not been there before sleep disturbances in terms of fiscal physical signs i can be like if you were to have a daughter or son and all of a sudden not in age appropriateness much older and yet now there's thumb sucking rocking it's like wanting to go back in time warning or being in that fetal position not wanting to get out of it bid wedding which twin there hadn't been bed bed wedding for a long time so the change in toilet habits i can say or self injury cutting burning it's not try to commit suicide it's that there's pain emotional pain and then the cutting is a temporary relief from the emotional pain.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Yeah i mean it's an interesting subject because there are literally intraocular lenses that we implant now at the time of cataract surgery they're essentially yellow and slightly blue blockers and the way that those were marketed when they first came out ten or twelve years ago where based on the fact that there was possibly a protective effect in the case of macular degeneration to the macula because of potential damage for blue light and you know even though that lens was introduced over ten years ago it's still actually kind of a controversial thing there are some interesting studies have people who have really bad cataracts which turned their lenses very very yellow showing that actually have sleep disturbances rum that so the blueblocker thing of anything is been implicated but of course this has been done by the competitive companies that don't make a yellow lens you know so sometimes it's really hard to siphon all this marketing stuff out and all the soft stuff out with what's really hard and data and and is known and these are the soft areas that we're talking about right now well you know a lot of people who spend a lot of time on computers i think they're certainly you know to this to something to the blue light ice strain and the over blue nece but again i it hasn't really been put into great scientific data and i don't know that it ever will be okay well thank you we appreciate your call very much norma thank you all the best to you and sundance thank you as well and we'll be back with dr l faulkner already at the bottom of the hour was seven thirty one traffic tuesday morning drive moving along guys on t c for flagship fastloop traffic center those are accidents the h one h demerge stuttering improve middle street though starting to pick up a lot more volume there out in kaimuki we had that earlier closure kirkwood avenue between wireline harding was he.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"The world the daily life that you were dreaming of in the sub what has happened to it you've had the act and what kind of world are you going to surface to earl says the sort of leads to this feeling of voidance about the idea and also the idea that the the quote payload is referred to in in highly technical terms like they don't necessarily talk about the nuclear missiles right they talk about an abstracted euphemistic technical type words now one of the cool things he does in this article is the he divides up the mission into into four phases yeah i left this hey talks about like the opening weeks in how people are feeling about things and and then how their psychological condition seems to change basically what what is the timeline what are the ups and downs from departure to return and so a lot of what we've been talking about here occurs during that initial phase the first week or so but he says that during the second week of submergence the crew members begin to experience sleep disturbances in this he says can range from insomnia to hyper assam neha so not being able to sleep or sleeping way too much seems like normal kinds of reactions you might expect from being confined to an artificial environment without natural light or changes in light yeah you're just your circadian rhythms all over the place and this is what he calls the first quarter syndrome and there's another interesting aspect first quarter syndrome.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"And just analytical and looking at the meaning behind things and so one thing and i think i might have mentioned this last time i was on your show so the american academy of sleep medicine they did a study to find out just how effective meditation is improving sleep and they actually use insomniac so these are people with clinically proven very very strong sleep issues and so what they did was they set them up on a mindfulness meditation for just a ten week period and they tracked all the metrics and it was crazy i so they improved sleep latency so they fell asleep faster overall sleep time they improved wake after sleep onset so they will say again we wake after sleep okay so how well they were sleeping through the night right now making up his often they fell asleep faster okay and they also improved symptoms of depression as well and so basically many of the study participants could have had the label removed of being an insomniac because their their sleep cycles improve so much simply from doing a meditation practice in the morning all right so what you do during the day helps to show up for you in the evening if that makes sense so and this is one of the big monikers from c smarter is that a great night of sleep starts the moment you wake up in the morning if i hear you correctly you're saying if you struggle with sleep disturbances if you struggle with sleep in general it might be better at least to experiment with meditation in the morning this definitely don't want to meditate in your actual environment where you sleep so specifically and nobody said that all right because you want to create a neurosurgeon that when you're in your bed your sleeping all right versus and you can still maybe meditating you're room if you got like a chair for meditation but ideally you want to do this before you go into the bedroom or definitely before you get into bed.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"In your forties and experiencing hot flushes or little sleep disturbances little energy issues and there's no other medical reason for it it likely is very menopause and as i mentioned this is this roller coaster time where estrogens are going up and then estrogens are coming down and so it's not a time where adding estrogen is a possibility because then you're still going to have the roller coaster it's just the estrogens it'll be higher and and so that's a period of time where i really do recommend morale which is a extract from soy it's dt fifty six eight and the way that it works is by fooling the body it's big term selective estrogen receptor modulator which is in some parts of the body it acts like estrogen but in other parts of the body it acts like an anti estrogen because it binds to the estrogen receptor and so your body thinks that you are estrogen receptors are nicely down and so it relieves those symptoms in other words you don't have the same hot flushes the mood is better it's more even people that i have just recently given summer all to have just come back and said you know that it really does make a difference and i think that this is a tricky time because this is a time where we don't have so many other options leader when women go through menopause and estrogen levels are really really love that's a time where still an option that's that's great for many many people the hot flushes allowing them to sleep better mood can be great reversing the vaginal dryness and protecting the bone which is really important so i think that it's a great option for people later on they have you know other options as well that's the time where some women do start hormone therapy but this perryman apart that's the unique situation ingredients in the tofu extracts it's not like it's going to kick you into estrogen.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on KGO 810
"Stereotype that children have no need to worry or children cannot get depressed indeed some of these problems to occur very early on in in children's lives so excited disorders mood disorders attention deficit hyperactivity disorder autism spectrum all of these are the types of things it'd be recognized in young children and for parents obviously you all this kind of worrying about how to recognize these things right so aaron particularly in young children because you know your kid the best any type of changes from baseline behavior such as moot changing the child is looking to sad or withdrawn and that feelings become really intense intense feelings are obviously we're all allowed to have those but if they become overwhelming fear and behavior changes such as in the personality the kind of appearing out of control social withdrawal sleep disturbances appetite changes any such thing which makes you kind of sit up and and begun begin to worry is a good time to seek some assistance guarding out what's happening dr bela suit is joining me on the phone right now we're we're talking about mental health in our children and one of the things that always concerns me with what you just described dr suden i'm i'm always curious i know there's no bright line rule on this you know every kid has a rough day or i mean just part of growing up right in a hormonal changes in social interactions between fifth grade and seventh grade that kind of stuff so this is up to what you've just described i think is really important but what parents do as the next step is the next big question because we have that instinct to know the difference in a bad day and a pattern forming the pattern the persistence of the problems and i think the portal of entry is really your pediatrician up primary practice scottish know who has known your child and your family for a long time and really has a finger on the pulse of what might be happening they can really provide good assessment of the situation and lead you in a direction where do you need to be seen by a specialist or is this something that they can manage is this a passing phase is this something to be really worried about because they do have the training and they know you and i think those two attributes really make pediatrician and prime me back to person really a good first step in.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on Science for the People
"It's just a very fancy word for um including hot flashes and night sweats um so when these events happened during the day their hot flashes um but you can also get them exclude exclusively at night and that's what we called night sweat sam so night sweats tend to be m when they wake women up tend to be pretty bad where women will be soaking sheets with us sweat in that kind of stuff glorious maria no arbiter what causes no well i mean we know that it's associated with the roots removal of estrogen from the system but as far as um you know the the triggering of and that causes each individual hot flash we have no clue charming miss him i ruehe's or you sent me a bunch of papers and we will reposing wings to the publicly available ones on our website and but one of the things that surprised me when i was reading your work is that women going through menopause impairment applause do have these complaints after the hot flashes in the sleep disturbances about their memories and i thought that maybe this was an ageing thing which is kind of everyone was like oh my god i'm old my memories going but apparently not what's going on how yes so it that is it one of their the issues that we come up against is that most women ascribed changes in memory and attention to the aging process so i'm getting a little older that cites a little bit harder for me to remember things um but as women transition through the menopause they seem to get this sort of temporary hits and so i'm not talking where he now they're they're going to be down leading to go to the doctor for severe memory complaints needing um you know follow up or anything like that it's more on the scale of if i were to give you a list of 25 words before and after menopause he might be able to remember seventeen but during menopause you might remember only six team.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Autism speaks is the only one however that's nationwide and focuses on all those areas now one of the significant things you did when you took your role on in 2016 is to lead an effort to refine the mission statement of autism speaks why did you think that was important and how was the mission statement changed so when i came on board you know the the the boarded really made a decision on they were talking about secession planning and what came next who know not ism seeks was founded these all these organizations came together funded all this research they thought they were gonna find duck here and there were going home that that's really what they thought and instead what we learned is it's not autism it's autism and people need vastly different support depending where they are on the spectrum and that it's not there is not going to be a single cure there's going to be lots of different treatments and supports for people depending of with their challenges and strengths are and so the board kind of got to that place and realize the other thing is we weren't going home when he placed anytime soon really need to become a sustaining organization so that's why when i got on board and started to do strategic planning we went out and listened and we talked to people with autism and those who care for them and service providers and researchers and and really looked at the evolution of the space and that's why the changes in the mission statement occurred you this this move from pure awareness understanding and acceptance world needs to be a more welcoming place for those without tell them that it the focus on research remained but it was in two causes and better treatments and also some these come ability issues people with autism often struggle with anxiety gi issues sleep disturbances things that really have a effector quote dale equality of narrator and so focusing on some of those as.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Little bit well they are and they claim to have to because they have been preaching vis since the rio summit in 1992 and here we are 25 years down the road and those forecast that they had night climatologists scott stevens with us well scott the sounds like there are backing down a little bit well eh they are and they claim to have to because they have been preaching vis since the rio summit in 1992 and here we are 25 years down the road and those forecast that they have been pounding it to us in saturating the meeting with haven't come to pass and the big thing that they're learning is that they're assumptions that you too and it's liver it hasn't in creating this is greenhouse effect simply isn't happening co two is plant fertilizer and the levels of co 2 this atmosphere have been far far higher in the past and the planet survived just fine the other thing george as we know the so and use the primary driver of the climate system yes and the sun were and what d number two now without a single sunspot as we approach another bit of them and the last one with stunning it how many days we went without a sunspot and we're beginning at other stretch since scott thank you so much people who suffer from sleep disturbances and life for as they age maybe more likely to develop cognitive impairment than people who usually get plenty of uninterrupted.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Uh and they had them do didgeridoo lessons for four months and the participants played didgeridoo for about six days a week for about twenty five point three minutes a day in its significantly improve both their and their partners sleep disturbances now we might wunderlich what's the biological function here like was going on well okay sleep disorders of this tight they're caused by the collapse of the upper airways so the most effective intervention is usually what's called positive airway pressure therapy so that's like when you see people who have the mask they go to sleep with fixed so at the hazard of pressure yet to not honest like when i have sinus problems would i ended up doing is just pushing on my my sinuses around by knows it's a similar effect but this is obviously like more methodical doug i'm doing okay for some patients though that's not suitable so they need other interventions the researchers involved in this experiment they'd heard just heard from a didgeridoo instructor he said hey my students night we've had a complete reduction in her snoring in we're not sleeping during the daytime after we've been practicing digitally for several months huh and they thought wait a minute is this because digits reduce training the muscles in their upper airways so okay they set up this methodology and they recruited patients at study centres in switzerland than they randomized these patients into an intervention group in a control group and then they excluded candidates who are currently trying out that positive airway pressure therapy and any drugs that act on the central nervous system as well as anybody who is trying to lose weight or weight too much or drink too much alcohol.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Stress can affect of course the brain the brain gets tired oh wait for that coming here he talk all it did head and also the stress will 'cause you're a green glenn were and you're gonna deplete you're adrenaline the noradrenaline you're gonna feel very fatigue have our pet deals minds the gut his as the dribble i now right hit all leads back you the adrenal gland so let's explain to people what happens inside the body when you get stressed so you get a a rise in court is all levels which creates inflammation which then creates pain in your unable to sleep and you're anxious in all kinds of things happen when you have these really hi gorgeous not looking around him and you get implem asian and then your body puts out the cortisol to put down the inflammation so it's in the cortisol at all tied back into gut by i'm so now decor shirliann ire on the same page is when you study show gut biometrics we can affect not only you're in dodge in his production of cortisol levels and how they affect the gut bio but conversely the what back to you have in your gut can be producing chemicals and that are very similar to the cortisol levels so you got bad gut for a new getting stress cortisol levels go up and then you've got the host snowball going away gain sleep disturbances etc etc so now it's take a little piece of instore work and everything to give back going into pas of direction you can't turn it around overnight good point it takes time and in which talk about where those stressors can come from because you can have stress in the home if you're not communicating a lot of times we see it i i hate to go back to the hormones but we see when people whether it's it's a male or female or both when they have hormone deficiency sees the other ready to kick the dog salvi kids on craigslist they're just done and then that stress just compounds and.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on The Science Hour
"Or could the lack of sleep be reflecting all the problem so maybe they already have the inflammation and this was stopping them sleeping promptly on zoos the all the problem that led to the only both riot so although we were able to address that temporal sequence an hour data it's something that future longitudinal research couldn't do so what would you like to see happen i can imagine that m pregnant knows have enough to worry about without thinking mom not getting any sleep and of course people you know constantly the go to get up and go to the lou and they're uncomfortable and they might be worried about things so that they all know worrying because i'm not sleeping in this is going to be bad and pat for baby and i'm going to end up having an early birth what can we do about it oh yes so we know sleep disturbances are very common during pregnancy and normal on and so it's really important to note that in this study we're focused on women who seek problems were severe enough to warrant a diagnosis so women who are experiencing just normal changes in sleep during pregnancy should take heart that that's not what we are focusing on this steady but if sleep disturbances become severe enough that they are causing a woman distress if they are causing her impairment in her daily life then it's really important to pay attention in it may be time to talk to prenatal healthcare provider jennifer felder so what to do i asked family dr anne robinson with a pregnant women should be worried about this just yet.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"And she suffered for ludwig this thing here uh for a wedding reading the book it seems like i mean i'm just connecting things year it seemed like maybe five world could be us a psychosomatic uh products of trauma at mike wrong well fibromyalgia is probably a grouping of condition that's why it's called the syndrome and not a diagnosis it to syndrome so it probably is caused by a lot of different things uh he make no mistake about it it is a very real and a very unpleasant thing and right in my experience clinically the primary cause in this has been my experience the primary sort of source of the fiber mile j itself is disturbed sleep if you've ever had got a couple of light so that sleeping you get theory akg will people of fibromyalgia have some kind of disturbance of their sleep off and severe disturbances and they end up with that a key experience associated with the sleep disturbance now you asked if it's traumarelated well here's were trauma counseling trauma causes sleep disturbances trauma also causes man problems in the misery component of pain perception a part of the rain called the insular cortex sort of isn't functioning quite the weight normally would without trauma so you have more sleep problems more fibromyalgia and more misery with pain making the fiber milder that much worse making more difficult to sleep make it more persistent and more uncomfortable stomach santa okay yeah yeah that make them so we'll have would would you do you think daniela trauma thirty leg india aurora area who medic experiencing would be if we really play five for fibro.
"sleep disturbances" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project
"Just from doing this rigorous exercise and you do that naturally you're not doing that with something you injected intervened you barnish threequarter brought down at the cvs you're doing this naturally with stuff your own body is producing okay you can't get any better you know we talk about how pharmaceutical grade is so good k human body grade is the best thing that you can get for all this stuff in your your own endorphins your own neuro transmitters your own hormones testosterone estrogen lou nizing hormone all this stuff getting it right there from thus source you're not getting it processed you're not getting it packaged you're producing a yourself about locally sourced vegetables you go to restaurants were they were the harp on a locally sourced vegetables hey how about some locally sourced neuro transmitters and hormones that you're making right there in your own endocrine system how about that that's gonna make you really feel good so do it exercised that's a reporter with the diet and exercise comes proper rest you have to get proper rest can't emphasizes enough sleep disturbance the us is huge i have had i have battled sleep disturbances my whole life um it's something that's really difficult we're gonna talk about specifically about sleep on an upcoming episode where i'm i'm literally gonna talk about nothing but i'm gonna talk about sleep hygiene i'm going to talk about some natural supplements he can do uh end and some natural things you can do to help yourself sleep.