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U.S. Gymnasts Say FBI Failed to Protect Them From Sexual Abuse

Mojo In The Morning

01:56 min | Last month

U.S. Gymnasts Say FBI Failed to Protect Them From Sexual Abuse

"Four american gymnast. Simone biles michaela maroney aly rice. Men and maggie nichols sat in front of the senate yesterday. Engaged emotional testimony about the abuse. They suffered at the hands of former usa gymnastics doctor. Larry nassar and their feelings of betrayal by investigators particularly the fbi the fbi. Let them down big time. This is simone biles. I don't want another young gymnast. Olympic athlete or any individual to experience the horror that i and hundreds of others have endured before during and continuing to this day in the week of the larry nassar abuse. She said the scars of this horrific abuse continue and the impact will never be over michaela. Maroni told a story about sitting on her bedroom floor back in twenty fifteen and talking to the fbi over the phone and telling them all of the details of everything that had happened to her and then told the f. b. i. About tokyo the day he gave me a sleeping pill for the plane. Ride to then work on me. Later that night that evening i was naked completely alone with him on top of me molesting me for hours. I began crying at the memory over the phone. And there was just dead silence. I was so shocked at the agents silence and disregard for my trauma. After that minute of silence he asked is that all advocates for the young women. Say as many as one hundred twenty athletes may have been abused by nasser. they says l. erased men nassir found more than one hundred new victims to molest serving innocent children up to a pedophile on a silver platter. All we needed was one adult to do the right thing. I don't know if you guys saw this part of her testimony but she told a story about sitting with an fbi agent and him trying to convince her that everything that had happened. Wasn't that bad.

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The Grand Scheme: Snatching Sinatra

Spy Affair

02:19 min | 2 months ago

The Grand Scheme: Snatching Sinatra

"It has been a few hours since their slow speed chase out of lake tahoe berry joe and frank sinatra junior had made it across the state line and they were driving through blinding. Snow car was skipping. All over the road is they tried to navigate. These narrow mountain passes tacoma's nerves berry turned on the radio radio station. I came kept announcing the kidnapping and then there were playing fraction out. Your slow junior came up with a comment. Why is that typical of the media. They're now trying to take advantage of this terrible mistake that you guys made and make it into a show business bobby-socksers party and then just coming up on the lights of this tiny little mountain town the just start applying strangers on the night. Now look sure. It was a coincidence. But the scene is so perfect. He couldn't write it. Think about a troubled and mentally unstable drunk strung out on his misguided fantasy of redemption on the run after committing a felony albeit one. He believes to be divinely ordained his reluctant end. Slightly dimwitted accomplished the former james dean of unify battered bruised frozen after death in the passenger seat but loyal to the last and in the back seat the son of hollywood royalty muzy on booze and sleeping pills sneering at the radio for spinning the story of his kidnapping to yet another story about his father out while how amazing is that harry are three strangers. Of course junior is also being held against his will here so he didn't have much agency in the narrative. Barry crafting about this trip but embarrassed mine. They were just three men all outcasts in their own way slipping and sliding down the highway towards an unknown fate. Salvation or downfall could go either way for berry. There was only one possible way to interpret this moment so i thought it was another divine revelation that we were on the right track and so forth very was counting on some more divine intervention to see this thing through still had a few hundred miles to drive in a blizzard in order to make it back to the safe house and the perfect soundtrack for his plan of operation was the only thing coming through the speakers. Radio is shining star door to door search first thing in the morning.

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PROMOTED TO CHRONIC

Big Book Podcast

04:20 min | 9 months ago

PROMOTED TO CHRONIC

"Career girl preferred solitary drinking the blackout. Kind often hoping she'd stay that way for keeps but providence had other ideas. I wasn't always alcoholic. In fact it has only been within the last fifteen years that i changed from a fairly normal control drinker into an alcoholic. I don't mean that. I went to bed one night. A normal drinker and awoke the next morning as an alcoholic. It wasn't that simple. I started drinking socially and at parties. And proms when i was about twenty years old. I didn't like it particularly at first. But i did like the effect i got from it. It made me feel quite grown up and mature. And i think another added attraction was the fact that so far is my family was concerned it was forbidden and it had a special attraction for that reason after a while i really did enjoy drinking and what it did to me and i became dependent on it for every occasion eventually. The day came when i was dependent upon it even when there wasn't any occasion when i didn't have anything else to do a dull evening at home i'd sneak a few drinks upstairs in my room and that began to be a habit in nineteen thirty nine. I went on my first weeks. Bender of solitary drinking locked up in a hotel room because my family opposed my coming marriage. I figured that. Perhaps if i went ahead with that marriage which i was sure was right for me. That would be the answer to my drinking problem. I thought i would be quite happy. And never would i drink too much again. So i that i think my first feeling of fear came with my first week. Solitary drinking locked up in that hotel room. The hotel management knowing that something was wrong sent for doctor. The doctor apparently realizing that one thing that i certainly needed was sleep. Left a bottle of sleeping pills there and in my drunken state i took them all instead of the one or two he had prescribed. If it hadn't been for an alert hotel made. I might have died then from that time on. Fear was with me. Because i realized that not only would i not remember what happened to me while i was drinking but apparently i couldn't control what happened and there didn't seem to be anything to do about it. Having passed over the border line the next five years were filled with fear failure and frustration tragedies during those years that were caused by drinking such as the breaking up of my marriage. The death of my child other things had little restraining affect in fact. Sometimes they served as good excuses to drink more to forget it was in washington. Dc that this transition took place and that the really bad part of alcoholism began happening. The last christmas i spent in washington fourteen years ago comes to mind only a few days before christmas. I went to the dentist for periodic checkup. X-rays show that a couple of teeth had to come out. I hadn't been drinking much about that time for. I had begun to realize that there was something abnormal about my drinking. Although as yet i didn't realize that it was so out of control on the day set for the extractions on my way to the dentists felt a little nervous so i had a couple of drinks and after the teeth were out i was very nervous so i had a few more when i got home. My mouth was very painful. So i got an ice bag and went to bed the next day the ice bag and i were still in bed but we had a bottle to my pattern of drinking at that time had reached the point where once i really started i would retire to my bed and drink myself into oblivion. The rest of that week is pretty hazy. And so it went. I remember vaguely violent quarrels with my husband. His finding my liquor supply time and time again and throwing it out. And then my waiting until i was sure. He was asleep and stealing money from him to replenish the supply. Then i remember him coming into my room one night with a friend and telling me to get dressed. We were going away. I fought and struggled but to no avail. I was taken out of the house and put bodily into a waiting car with nothing on but a robe and gown.

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Promoted To Chronic

Big Book Podcast

03:49 min | 9 months ago

Promoted To Chronic

"This career girl preferred solitary drinking the blackout. Kind often hoping she'd stay that way for keeps but providence had other ideas. I wasn't always alcoholic. In fact it has only been within the last fifteen years that i changed from a fairly normal control drinker into an alcoholic. I don't mean that. I went to bed one night. A normal drinker and awoke the next morning as an alcoholic. It wasn't that simple. I started drinking socially and at parties. And proms when i was about twenty years old. I didn't like it particularly at first. But i did like the effect i got from it. It made me feel quite grown up and mature. And i think another added attraction was the fact that so far is my family was concerned it was forbidden and it had a special attraction for that reason after a while i really did enjoy drinking and what it did to me and i became dependent on it for every occasion eventually. The day came when i was dependent upon it even when there wasn't any occasion when i didn't have anything else to do a dull evening at home i'd sneak a few drinks upstairs in my room and that began to be a habit in nineteen thirty nine. I went on my first weeks. Bender of solitary drinking locked up in a hotel room because my family opposed my coming marriage. I figured that. Perhaps if i went ahead with that marriage which i was sure was right for me. That would be the answer to my drinking problem. I thought i would be quite happy. And never would i drink too much again. So i that i think my first feeling of fear came with my first week. Solitary drinking locked up in that hotel room. The hotel management knowing that something was wrong sent for doctor. The doctor apparently realizing that one thing that i certainly needed was sleep. Left a bottle of sleeping pills there and in my drunken state i took them all instead of the one or two he had prescribed. If it hadn't been for an alert hotel made. I might have died then from that time on. Fear was with me. Because i realized that not only would i not remember what happened to me while i was drinking but apparently i couldn't control what happened and there didn't seem to be anything to do about it. Having passed over the border line the next five years were filled with fear failure and frustration tragedies during those years that were caused by drinking such as the breaking up of my marriage. The death of my child other things had little restraining affect in fact. Sometimes they served as good excuses to drink more to forget it was in washington. Dc that this transition took place and that the really bad part of alcoholism began happening. The last christmas i spent in washington fourteen years ago comes to mind only a few days before christmas. I went to the dentist for periodic checkup. X-rays show that a couple of teeth had to come out. I hadn't been drinking much about that time for. I had begun to realize that there was something abnormal about my drinking. Although as yet i didn't realize that it was so out of control on the day set for the extractions on my way to the dentists felt a little nervous so i had a couple of drinks and after the teeth were out i was very nervous so i had a few more when i got home. My mouth was very painful. So i got an ice bag and went to bed the next day the ice bag and i were still in bed but we had a bottle to my pattern of drinking at that time had reached the point where once i really started i would retire to my bed and drink myself into oblivion. The rest of that week is pretty hazy.

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Hellen B Shares Her Story Of Overcoming Alcoholism

Big Book Podcast

03:27 min | 9 months ago

Hellen B Shares Her Story Of Overcoming Alcoholism

"This career girl preferred solitary drinking the blackout. Kind often hoping she'd stay that way for keeps but providence had other ideas. I wasn't always alcoholic. In fact it has only been within the last fifteen years that i changed from a fairly normal control drinker into an alcoholic. I don't mean that. I went to bed one night. A normal drinker and awoke the next morning as an alcoholic. It wasn't that simple. I started drinking socially and at parties. And proms when i was about twenty years old. I didn't like it particularly at first. But i did like the effect i got from it. It made me feel quite grown up and mature. And i think another added attraction was the fact that so far is my family was concerned it was forbidden and it had a special attraction for that reason after a while i really did enjoy drinking and what it did to me and i became dependent on it for every occasion eventually. The day came when i was dependent upon it even when there wasn't any occasion when i didn't have anything else to do a dull evening at home i'd sneak a few drinks upstairs in my room and that began to be a habit in nineteen thirty nine. I went on my first weeks. Bender of solitary drinking locked up in a hotel room because my family opposed my coming marriage. I figured that. Perhaps if i went ahead with that marriage which i was sure was right for me. That would be the answer to my drinking problem. I thought i would be quite happy. And never would i drink too much again. So i that i think my first feeling of fear came with my first week. Solitary drinking locked up in that hotel room. The hotel management knowing that something was wrong sent for doctor. The doctor apparently realizing that one thing that i certainly needed was sleep. Left a bottle of sleeping pills there and in my drunken state i took them all instead of the one or two he had prescribed. If it hadn't been for an alert hotel made. I might have died then from that time on. Fear was with me. Because i realized that not only would i not remember what happened to me while i was drinking but apparently i couldn't control what happened and there didn't seem to be anything to do about it. Having passed over the border line the next five years were filled with fear failure and frustration tragedies during those years that were caused by drinking such as the breaking up of my marriage. The death of my child other things had little restraining affect in fact. Sometimes they served as good excuses to drink more to forget it was in washington. Dc that this transition took place and that the really bad part of alcoholism began happening. The last christmas i spent in washington fourteen years ago comes to mind only a few days before christmas. I went to the dentist for periodic checkup. X-rays show that a couple of teeth had to come out. I hadn't been drinking much about that time for. I had begun to realize that there was something abnormal about my drinking. Although as yet i didn't realize that it was so out of control on the day set for the extractions on my way to the dentists felt a little nervous so i had a couple of drinks and after the teeth were out i was very nervous so i had a few more

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Sleeping pills and stare at the ceiling for hours he would see me next week okay I take about once every two weeks I have a rough patch I'll take half of a sleeping pill it is on my tongue I struggled to swallow it because I fell asleep before I digested hi everything works that way any medication I'm the I'm the exact same way I can't take like if I have surgery and they give you vitamin or whatever I don't like how someone would take I like it and then go do anything I'm I'm out I'm asleep a rock for eight hours so I'm the same with certain foods like if I drink a glass of wine three hours later I'm up stared at the ceiling sweating in and running strange run has that effect on me but it's not it's not quite that drink it running sort of died yeah that night we rom outlook that alright fifty minutes see the NFL scout formally I think he's super he's on my podcast network John Middlekauff will join us with them our thoughts on certain things happening in the NFL Garoppolo's Kyle Shanahan story came out a couple of days ago father's day is Sunday I thought to give you a top ten list of the best father son combos in the history of all sports NASCAR to baseball but first yesterday Kevin Durant called out Kendrick Perkins is now broadcaster for Perkins going after Tyree Irving wants to cancel the season and it got me thinking about two words I cannot stand hypocrite and sell out Kendrick Perkins played in the NBA for a long time good player not great and after awhile big guys don't matter anymore in the league especially if they can't shoot three Kendricks career and he becomes a broadcaster so is Kevin Durant calling him a sellout because he's a player turned broadcaster well that's called a career if you get forced out of Lee get thirty six what to do to do for fifty years play golf it's called a careerist Barkley and Shaq are they sell outs I think it takes certain courage for former players this is why Peyton manning does wanna be a broadcaster did you just want to go in here and criticise people who don't want to he knows the blowback I need take courage takes courage to be Barkley courage to be Shaq and bang on players who often friends Buckley acknowledges Michael Jordan one talk to anymore it's not easy being a player into a broadcaster every time Greg Jennings criticizes Aaron Rodgers who gets massive blowback from Packer nation so I think Kendrick Perkins is a certain level of courage to criticize guys he played with he knows you can't go back is Kevin Durant calling Kendrick Perkins a sellout because Perkins is criticizing Kyra Irving because Perkins believes we should play which would obviously benefit Kendrick Perkins because he could talk about actual games but Kendricks doing fine talking about non games now but is that why he's a sell out because kai reed doesn't believe we should play he believes a black lives matter the movements far more important games well I can't criticize can look for that because overwhelmingly commissioner to star players everybody thinks the greatest platform for players is playing not social media so where's the sellout coming from but there's two words hypocrite sellout be very careful using because if you dig deep enough we're all hypocrites on something and we're all sellouts on something Kevin Durant was in utter sellout was neat I will look at what sellout means so you're a sellout according to the dictionary person who compromises integrity talent or the like for money or personal advancement want to go to Golden State he gave up loyalty it's much harder to win in Oklahoma City it's much harder it's not an attractive place for free agents Westbrook is a it's hard to win with his style when lebron went to Miami they had recently won titles he had to build it when Shaq came to LA the meal just they they were building but anyway with the heritage of Phil Jackson state warriors had one without KD he took the easiest route I'm gonna join a championship team in a hall of fame point guard in the best back court shooting back court in history the league really is I'm gonna join them because it's easier to win championships here is that not the definition of sellout wasn't that the knock the old school guys said on Kevin Durant joining the warriors do kind of a sellout Kevin Durant the last guy in the league that can call anybody a sellout and I like him and I think he's great but what was that Oklahoma City to Golden State move it was the definition online Google it of sell out sacrificing the royalty for easier path the titles I defended him I think that's what are they should do why would I want to work harder and win last I think it's just smart what's not smart is using the word sellout or hypocrite could you dig deep enough with all of us in its there all right so sometimes let me say what a football sometimes the media thinks it's helping a cause and it's actually hurting a because I've told friends this about the media and trump the media thinks it's really getting trump and I'm like I'm not sure I actually think by attacking him daily he gains to some people some sympathy maybe not me but to some people his his base his followers now hate the media more than they like trump and they just made both form if the economy turns and I'm seeing.

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Good Habits for Weight Loss

Dishing Up Nutrition

06:13 min | 1 year ago

Good Habits for Weight Loss

"Dishing up nutrition. If you're just tuning in this morning I'm Shelby Olsen. I'm a licensed nutritionist an in studio with me as clear Leah Klein. With a tongue twister! Clear no Leah Klein Schroeder. Who is a registered and licensed Dietitian? Let's face it. We are in the midst of some of the most stressful times we have had in our country. Over the last several decades so. When we think about stress as nutritionists and Dietitians, we are looking at stress so differently. We understand that stress can affect our sleep. Stress can affect our cravings, and really stress can affect all aspects of our physical, our mental and our emotional help health. You know what I'm working with clients and they're struggling with sleep. You know they ask me shelby. What if I took some sleeping pills with that be affects. Would that kind of get me over? The Hump and the real answer is. Really coming back to your nutrition and your lifestyle habits so. If you are just joining us our topic for today is senator centered around this idea of good habits for weight loss now as Tristesse Dietitians. We can help you with a plan specifically to help you with weight loss, but we can also help to make sure that you're getting a good night of sleep. We can stop those cravings, and we can really put together an individualized plan to help improve your physical, your mental and your emotional health now because of the covid nineteen. Restrictions and some of the stay at home orders. We have pivoted. We are doing all of our counseling via zoom video chats or phone. If you have questions or if you're interested in learning more about that, give us a call at six, five, one, six, nine, nine, three, four, three eight, or you can go to our website at weight and wellness dot com to schedule that now before we went to break, I just wanted to highlight one of the things that Leah said. With Our Name Nutritional weight and wellness, even though the weight comes first. We are so focused on wellness and I. Remind my clients and my class participants this day in and day out. When you have total health and wellness, the weight loss comes. So as nutritionists Dietitians, we are wanting to problem solve. Any of those lifestyle or nutrition habits to help you have that wellness and we are not going to. Put together a plan that. Would sacrifice you feeling crummy day in and day out just to see the number on the scale move. Though, even though we're nutritional, weight and wellness, we want to be very clear that. We're looking at you as a whole person and we wanna make sure that that wellness is coming into play. So before we went to break, we were talking more specifically about all. Our first habit that we shared of eating a balanced breakfast and Leah I know you talk about eating a balanced breakfast in your sleep. I think we all could. But you know we're looking at the component of some animal protein. Some colorful carbohydrates like some berries or some spinach, or maybe even having some sweet potato, and having some natural fat like butter or Almond butter, or having a half of Avocado, or even having some canned coconut milk. Having that balance of the three is something we talk about day in and day out right right and I know that you love the research. So can you tell us a little bit more about what the research says about a balanced breakfast? Yes, absolutely, we have to talk about the research i. mean a lot of what we do here is based on the research. So what if they? What is research found about? Balanced breakfast so? There's numerous studies out there. That show a beneficial effect of eating a higher protein breakfast like protein, just for a second no protein as shelby mention and we do. We are big proponents of those animal based proteins, things like eggs and chicken and fish and beef and Turkey and pork. But a high protein breakfast has a wonderful effect on our appetites. Balancing out our hormones and keeping energy levels stable throughout the day and especially in teenagers. Yeah I know. Maybe you can relate shelby I know. As when I was a teenager, breakfast was not my favorite thing, I was I was definitely not a morning. person so I needed something like super easy, and I didn't I know. I definitely didn't make the best balanced choices at that point, Bolia. My Dad's still my parents listen to the radio. Show and my dad says you forgot to tell about the toaster strudel. Or you've got to tell them how we would buy cereal, and that sort of thing, so yes, I was totally eating high sugar breakfast kind of standard American Diet Duff or Running out the door without anything. Yep Yep Yep same here so parents tell it all sometimes, don't they? So. You have a eating so eating that more high glycemic breakfast so a breakfast. That really has a big impact on blood sugar. Something like that cereal and the skim milk the waffles with the Syrup, a high car breakfast bar. Those are not going to be very satisfying. They don't have a lot of protein in them, and they're gonNA start you on that blood sugar roller coaster throughout the day, and when your blood sugar is on a roller coaster, so is your energy level. Though are those cravings your moods and And Moods Guy and low and high and low exactly everything everything else goes on that that roller coaster, also,

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In the head guy I don't think the prize that you came back no I knew you'd be back I don't have to change your mind about going over the telephone I only want to see if I still have my headache bluegreen White House thought the idea yeah it might help very nicely by the government photo album thank you know sometimes you're hot and you are not atol done talking really appreciate yeah what sort of sleeping pills if you pick up in the village whatever you're talking about so if you're getting clumsy Emma you wouldn't want to exchange drinks now would you the the debate at that point of course that's not the games I don't know what you're up to what you want to put me to sleep yes four things you put in there and somehow the death yet finds its way on again I'm younger but the accident victims no one will know if you ever came back here for the daily if you went directly over to the telephone yes and it won't work I guess not I wouldn't expect that you can find the family article of the drink yes none of you I'm not afraid of you anymore in the early I might as well tell you however that I intend to take an overdose of sleeping pills and pain on the gas one night not suicide attempted murder you don't you don't have a box of sleeping tablets in your place those who died I don't even know if you put the box back in your place after I on your way out of your mind not quite get that the look good feel good about my like food garden they will both have to pick a plan hello me joy but you will see in a few minutes you're going to have a cat that your car is going off the road with you at not a problem that way with the five hundred to one W. has been the migrant whole life fully intended thank them enough for the right moment I'll call the hospital they'll buy media on conscious the gas on but they'll find me.

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Characters don't absorb in the body for a couple reasons one when you take that let's say an antacid that has the calcium it like a Tom first of all calcium is not absorbed in the body and let it didn't benefit it can fireman but what happens when you take it from within and that that okay you're getting calcium in the in the antacid itself it's not been absorbed I see because it has to be in an international environment for to be absorbed exactly okay now we have a product called the calmac formula my comment formula is natural the difference is that if the powder and what happens if you put in hot water and you mix it up and you drink it down so it's in a liquid instead have a pill and it absorbed into your system when calcium magnesium iron a liquid state get absorbed and times better than in any other state well that's great man thank yes I'm I'm reading the can right now says a fast absorbing calcium and magnesium beverage powder well it comes down to absorption one of the ways to tell if you're not absorbing calcium is take a look at what drugs you're taking are you on high blood pressure medication do you need something for your kidneys are you want pain medication you need sleeping pills but the calcium and especially the magnesium is being absorbed you're not gonna suffer from all these things my comment formula does absorb incredible in the body the thing is is that when you take my comments formula but not like well will I feel better I have thousands of people rate the doctor pick up I can't believe it thirty minutes after I took the calmac the pain in my wrist going away or I was able to sleep for the first time in years I mean this is really amazing I want to take a moment here to let you.

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on Hysteria 51

Hysteria 51

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on Hysteria 51

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Of course. Stick around. We've got a product recall to tell you about the health alternative of the week, the health outrage of the week and the health mystery of the week. We are loaded full of healthy information. And we don't want you to go anywhere. You miss out on it. All right. Let's go to the phones and say Hello to our first caller this hour, before we get to the information about how popular sleeping pills, must now carry a very dire warning. If you are a person who uses sleeping pills, or know, somebody who takes a sleep agent to go to sleep. Don't miss this. This is coming up. You need to know about it. But let's go to the phones. I eight eight five five three seven two six two. First up this hour is Doug Doug, is calling in from metal Utah. Welcome to the program. Doug. Hello. On my question is, can you be in that you can overload on drugs, opioids and any of the other things that you've commented on like the shots and stuff like that? And I don't know if that's considered as a drug, but can you do the same with vitamins and minerals over a period of time or all at once? Like what you've talked about opioids. Well, yes, you can overdose on vitamins, and but remember vitamins and minerals and herbs these are foods. They come from foods drugs or synthetic they're not natural but they're necessary. But you can is it relates to vitamins because they do our food source. You can't overdose. Here's how it happens. And here's the most likely thing you don't find. However, people dying of overdoses, vitamins, you don't now there are cases where it has happened. It's highly rare where you have, you know, like people dying from adverse drug reactions in the hundreds of thousands every year like a clock, so with the vitamin overdose where it happens Doug, and it's a good question that you ask. It's usually with the fat soluble vitamins, vitamins attend to store in the body, and they are very simple to recite vitamin a vitamin d. E things like that. These are fat soluble vitamins that don't wash out there. Not water soluble, rents out of the body. And if you take too much of them, they could pollute your liver, they can cause damage, but it takes a long time for that to happen, and that's sort of how it rolls. Oh, thank you. Oh, you're very welcome. And, and of course you know you can unfortunately if you take herbs. I mean anything you could. I mean you could overdose on water and drown. You can. But it's rare. If you're unless you're, you know, you're, there's an accident or something. So that's really the gist of it whereas drugs, there's synthetic they're not natural. They have the average drug, for example, has seventy different potential adverse side effects, seventy whereas the average vitamin might have maybe a couple and usually that's diarrhea or stomach ache or maybe a rash. But nobody dies from taking vitamin overdoses, they, it just doesn't, you know, if a child, let's say gets into a, a vitamin a bottle or vitamin E bottle or vitamin d offense, I even they take the whole bottle or something. Yeah, they might have to have their stomach pump. They may have a lot of problems. But it's rare now where where does it go wrong? It's where it goes. Wrong is when these people are taking, let's say, some stimulant, let's say they're taking caffeine in a energy, drink, or something that has a stimulating effect. Like, let's say Ma long, they go to the health food store. They somebody said, hey, you should take more Wong. You'll lose weight because it quickens your metabolism like caffeine. So they take a mother lode of Ma Wong or, or something else. And then on top of that, they drink that bottle of booze, you know, the wine or the six pack of beer or they take shots. Plus, they're on a whole bunch of meds, and they mix all this up into this canon ball soup toxins, and they die. And then when they do the autopsy, what is the coroner do? Oh death five vitamins. Yeah. Ma one killed him. They just completely eliminate the possibility. It was a combination of the drugs and the natural stuff. It's always the natural stuff because why. Because the, the wolf is guarding the hen cage. That's why it's all built in prejudice built in bias, and that's how they roll. Okay. Good question. Glad you brought it up dog good healthy. Appreciate that. All right. Next up is Albert he's calling. From cathedral, California. Welcome to the doctor, Bob margin show. Albert hello. Hello. Yes, go right ahead. Okay. How long has it been there Albert? Few years, you know. Okay. Well, let's go with the basics here without knowing much about you. Let's go the basics.

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Krono type is I can actually tell you what the best time of day is for you to nap, but I can also tell you the best time of day for a whole host of other activities, everything from. Best time to have sex. Eat a cheeseburger, ask your boss for a raise like literally your name it all the same time. Want to do all three time the sex, one involve me making a decision. Could could schedule it better that way, the I'm so interested in all of this stuff. I wanna know about like pills. I wanna melatonin I wanna know like all tees stuff. I'll let you hold on letter emulsified in your brain. But I mean like you go, what about sleeping pills, prescription sales, and then most doctors go. Never none of the time, you know, and it's like oh but give me the best one for when, when it could work because I don't like that world where it's like best hangover remedy after New Year's not drinking, right? Okay. Thank you, very fucking much. Could've talked gar store Indian and got the much information idiot. You know, the best way not to get pregnant, though. Okay. What about venereal diseases no sacks? There you go sunburns my act. I'm not I'm done. My work is done. I might think is yes, you're traveling. You're screwed up whatever's going on each life you need a pill. You need to go to bed like, you know, I've found that like Ambien doesn't work well for me. I end up sort of not getting sleepy and kind of waking up in the middle of the night, and then getting into arguments, which is who ate my lemon meringue pie. There's a whole one of. Okay if you're gonna leave the pillow alone, let me just wipe this meringue off my now. I'm not done with you again sugar. Mix brokers house and stole pile. Do the weird phantom eating in the middle of the night of wakeup like it's not it's not a good fit for me, but there are other medications tend to work. And I guess, you'll know when you take them, or is there way to predetermine that, so first of all, this is an excellent question, and it's a question that very few people ask, but more people should be asking. Right. So when we look at the sleep medications that are out there. I let me be very clear. I don't prescribe any medications. I'm PHD not an MD. So I have no dog in this fight there, some sleep medications out there that work, and they work. Really? Really? Well, that's why it's a thirteen billion dollar a year industry. Right. That's why Ambien is one of the most prescribed drugs in the universe. However, here's the issue is ambiance. Good. In the short term, and it's, it's a very clean drug generally speaking, if you take alcohol with it, you have a massive problem on your hands. That's when a lot of those weird behaviors have. Well. Talking about the meringue potty a wash it down. It's not a shoe of all understand you need a melt away. Right. You need gas. So how's the swallow of what are you going to do wash? And you gotta get down there. So here's the deal is Ambien can be or any sleep medication. Let's not just pick on Ambien. Right. Any of these medications can be appropriate if used in the way your doctor prescribes until you. Let's be very straightforward. They're very few people in the universe who've.

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New Warnings for Common Sleep Meds

America in the Morning

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

New Warnings for Common Sleep Meds

"Tom twenty deaths with sleeping pills and not intentional I presume, what's the new warning will. Usually you see these types of. Of black box warnings on cigarettes. But now the FDA requiring some very common top-selling, insomnia. Medications names like Ambien Luneta and sonata to carry its toughest possible warnings right on their labels about very serious health risks. And again, this follows reports of at least twenty deaths associated with those leaping aids warnings, especially important for people who have experienced things like sleep walking eating or driving in their sleep. And the FDA says side effects include overdoses burns, suicide attempts and more even after just one dose of those pills. The drugs are so strong those affected usually had no memory of what happened when they

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"I don't always do the trauma piece with someone who has fiber mile to depends on how many sessions I'm gonna get him for. And that's why say you don't wanna just go get rid of the one thing you want and then walk away you can but there's usually layers and other. Better without treating the trauma. Yeah. Well, I guess it'd be the sleep for some cases, I have had people say that they're five amount has gone away. And I don't see them, you know, after that. I I don't know some people do come in for tune-ups, but sleeps another thing. That's I call it a side effect. But it's not really I had a guy that came in. He had rheumatoid arthritis. I said I can't do anything with that. But I can help maybe reduce the pain. And he said, this is crazy. I have lived in my house thirty years. I have had a drawer full of sleeping pills for thirty years. I dumped it out and I ran into him two years later at Chinky. I don't know. And I said, I still sleeping. I'm always curious. He said like a baby cruiser. Yeah. Pain in with when pain perception, what part of the brand new typically working with well with pain perception, it it really depends on the kind of pain. But usually I'm going to start off working with both sides of the brain the left and right hemispheres because there's a circuit that's going on there. That's that's unpleasant for the body. If I'm treating pain, and it doesn't subside when I'm treating both hemispheres, then I know it's emotional. And then I switched the protocol to work on physical relaxation than emotional relaxation. Whether we know about emotional pain that it's insular cortex. That's going crazy. Do you think sense? You particularly at the insular or can you can you isolate that? Fr. I think we are with the electrodes. And by simply showing that one area. So so you're able to reduce some of the activity. Insulin is still the visual thing now or is this now back to the auditory thing. Same thing the visual visual. I got a little confused on the auditory when the auditory visual you're either using auditory with visual or just auditory when using auditory only for alpha beta for four trauma trauma, and is that after you've treated other stuff typically. Yeah. Yeah. You don't wanna hook someone up to that? Unless they're physically and emotionally relaxed. They will become incredibly agitated and very dysregulates. Yeah. Just by trying to go into an office day. I had someone say that they wanted to throw the computer across the room. And I was like he may have moved there too. Well, what it's really doing at least as as how was described to me as it's going through the trauma of file cabinet and putting things in safe place. If if the trauma file cabinets, not ready to be opened. And there's no real sustainability emotionally for no ego strength for it. It's going to have a strong reaction. It's going to get out. You're not invited in here yet. What do you go back to the visual? Yeah. Biofeedback then I go back to all right? Let's work on a little bit more emotional dysregulation in all do some talk therapy to. I mean, I kind of do it all together. I say I think I'm a really good they're pissed, but you you need more than flour to make cake. And so in my facility, we've got a clinical aromatherapist, we've got movement we've got art therapies CBT DBT trauma massage. Even alpha stimulation is is really good. Power picking patients, reach modality. Most people come for an intensive outpatient program, and they do the whole thing they get everything when they come into the center, they get neuro three days a week. They get alpha stem. They get the therapy. Once a week, they do groups. I don't know which was thing. That's working..

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Robert Mathis, Sleeping Pills And Karl discussed on Chad Benson

Chad Benson

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Robert Mathis, Sleeping Pills And Karl discussed on Chad Benson

"Former coach linebacker Robert Mathis is expected to plead guilty to driving while intoxicated. Even though Karl police say his blood alcohol content was point oh, five to the legal standard is point. Oh eight but police say Mathis admitted he'd been taking sleeping pills when he was stopped driving on the wrong side of the

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Eight seven seventy C D A L so before I took a sleeping pill. I was always afraid to take sleeping pills. I think what I was younger. We had. I mean, even though I'm that's not my generation. But I remember hearing icons like Marilyn Monroe Elvis having taken sleeping pills. And so when I was younger, I always thought that if you took a sleeping pill. Something back and happen to you. And you would become addicted or whatever. And so for the longest time, I didn't try asleep sleeping medication. Until I was in residency and the Ambien rap Sanofi had given some samples and some of the residents had said. We want our patients talking about with his medication. We should be able to try it and see if it. You know, what what it does? And so I tried a little bit of it in. Wow. I what I did was. I was so freight to take it that I shook a little scraping of some flex from the Ambien. And within I should say, maybe fourteen minutes. I was out like a light. And so I found that to be very very powerful. I found ambiance to be one of the most powerful sleep aids. And then I took a Tylenol pm a few days later to compare the two. And then I was like I see it. Now, I see why people like this Ambien when you take a Tylenol pm. Or a unisom. You may have some drowsiness the next day because of the antihistamine component. But these non hypnotic sedatives, you seem to get up a little quicker more bright eyed, bushy tailed mind, you I only had a couple of flex. But another reason why I was very very nervous about taking sleeping pills. I was always worried that if there was a fire in my house or somebody came in to storm the house like in the movies, not that I have the type of job where I would expect people to be storming the house trying to shoot people up. I'm a doctor, but still I want to be able to jump up out of bed. Same five kids. Maybe it'd be I need to be able to jump up out of bed. What? Fire in my house when I was younger. So I as I'm still kinda traumatized by that go. Yeah. Fire could happen, right? Well, the the reality is as many people out there. We have a different mindset when it comes to sleeping aids. And we have millions upon millions of people now taking medications for sleep not only the unisom or the Tylenol or Advil PM's over the counter, but also an exit valium the benzodiazepines for sleep Ambien. Lou Nesta, these hypnotic or these other these other shows Trump's incentives. Or other medications that just happened to make retired? Well, scientists decided to test rotors okay mic. And they show that half of mice that were given some Xanax valium. Would not wake up to a startling noise. That would basically be equating equitable to a fire alarm.

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"I think what's happening is they're getting up there in a lot of pain and they're taking their cannabis doing whatever they're doing. Whether it's an edible, inhalant, whatever. They wait till the pain goes away, and they feel fine. And then they think okay. I think I've got. And they get into their car and go to work or whatever. I hear of some people purpose awakened up at four or five in the morning. So they could make sure they are good and ready to go for work or for that day. So I think there are a lot of people very consciously. Knowing that they have marijuana on board before they get to a car. They're not doing it because they're evil. It's they're trying to be paying for. Now, just like people who are under the I don't wanna use the word under the influence when we're not talking about drugs. But technically that term is used at a lot of states. If let's say, you take a sedative or you take a antihistamine that caused that for your allergies. And it makes you drowsy, you're technically under an influence, according to some state regulations loss. So somebody who's sick that day and decide you know, what I'm gonna take your tech tech to me doesn't make me tired. It. Should it shouldn't be tired? But some people claim that zero tech does make retired. So somebody's I gotta go to work. But it's okay. Zero technology that works for me. I'm gonna take they ended up getting tired and drowsy. They're not doing this on purpose. There now. Now, they're just trying to get to work. And so if we don't identify that we're not gonna fix this. People wanna sleep at night. So they're gonna be taking sleeping pills. People don't want to be in pain, and they want to be able to get to work to support their families. So they're gonna take pain pills or they're gonna use very wanna or something to not be in pain. These people's goals. Okay. Their heart is into I need to support my family and move on with my day. Which is what we as society in a way. What we don't want people to sit home if they have back pain, we keep saying get back out there. Get back out there. We don't want people to sit home in their depressed. We want them to get back out there. You know, the the the, you know, get back on the horse. You get back to work be around people in society. We don't want people to become a hermit from an economic standpoint. Or a psychological standpoint, we want people out there in healing. But for people to do that because it's all fun and games raw like oh. Yeah. You know, you can do it. You know? I know you just got dumped cheated on and all that but go back out there, and it's easy for us to say, but for people to actually do that, they're hitting the pills. Or marijuana or something else? I don't know if any of you have ever felt intractable pain, but I've only had pain after surgery, and maybe a couple of other things happened that really really hurts. But I am so blessed that I don't feel that the average person feels who has chronic pain. But if what I felt was a sliver of what they feel. I'm surprised that they don't do more than what they're doing to manage your pain. Any pain is some scary stuff? So while people are looking article going, oh my God. You know, everybody's getting stoned. They don't care, and they don't you're not going to solve this problem of people driving high unless you actually go into their minds and put yourself in their shoes. And find out what the heck is going on. So then if people are in chronic pain and they need marijuana. And we don't want them driving. Then do we have do we start in society setting up programs where they use Uber or their use other people to drive or we set up work from home. Sorta scenarios we can't have people driving on the road high. That can't happen and marijuana will be legalized eventually, the feds depend on who makes it into office is gonna say all right marijuana's legal on one end..

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on WTVN

"A side effect of a sleeping pill. I found out later is incontinence. So they put an IV. And then all these other machines to check on me, if they can if she has a stroke. Gotta check that out. Nonetheless. After they put the IV and the rest of the pill. I guess it started dissolving slightly, and I was I started spinning, and that's that's the effect. I have with codeine which I had a small thing back in the seventies. When I had a minor operation. Nonetheless. I was spinning around and spinning around and. Looking around. And I said where am I looked like a cave? But then when I dropped down to my feet, I said, this isn't a cave. I don't see any stalagmites stalactites and I walked to the edges. On the wall. And I said, oh, I'm in a salt mine, and I could see where they'd been scraping the talk. You're an assault. But you're in the hospital. Right. Oh, I was in the hospital. What you thought you were in salt mine exactly because the pill that that was given to me must've had codeine as well as a sleep aid. Were you dreaming? I don't think. So it seemed very real to me. So I when I dropped down then I looked around. And I said then I saw light coming in. And I said that must be the entrance and it could have been like listening, maybe from the codeine. I'm not sure I just know that it does codeine when I was in the hospital in the seventies made made now, it's okay, I'm gonna have to speed up your MO coming up to the break. And I tried to do a Reader's Digest kinda give us the cliffnote version of your stroke. Here's a weird thing. And then I'll get to the stroke really really quickly. But here's the weird thing is that I was so I was there at walked out, and I saw a GI, and he was laying on the side of a road with this gun. It's air fifteen in fantasy was shooting the roadway and wrote a kinda been built up. Only one lane road and. Oh, I just wanted to talk to them. And he was motioning for me. I get down get down. So Finally, I realized that it was I thought that road was about four feet high. But I thought it why wouldn't get hit. But I did lay down. I remember getting right down with my head is this your imagination or this is happening. Well, it's happening in my head in your head. Okay. Yeah. I'm not really you're not really out in the streets with a GI with assault weapons or wherever it was. But it was somewhere in the desert. We're fighting and. Yeah. And so I remember then I think that's when I had the ischemic strokes though, because I felt some pain in the right side of top of my head. And the only thing that was mainly affected was of course, my vision. Guess what you're saying though, is when you go through this stroke type situation, your brain creates all kinds of things. Well, I think. Yeah. But I think too that could have been from the codeine. So after that happened. I went back inside the cave because he got up and left and then. The I must've been really helping you know, but I probably had maybe a very small skin extract. Okay. And so then I was starting to get over the starting to come out of the comatose state because of the Ivy I needed I was totally dehydrated. So I remember the two to hospital personnel came to me and said. Strident. We're gonna take you down the hall and do a couple of test. And I I was I was groggy, and I said, okay. Did a chest. X Ray and MRI. Of course, they had to shoot the gadolinium in my high the to do the MRI. They must have seen something one test or the other. I got back into them. They rushed me back to the emergency room. And they probably told you you had a stroke in your sound great now that that's a remarkable recovery to tell you the truth. Let's go to Barry in rock hill, South Carolina. Hello buddy will pale. The words right out. Oh, love it. It just talking to power to. 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"sleeping pills" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

My Seven Chakras

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on My Seven Chakras

"Your most memorable hitting experience from someone who was attended a workshop was he laughter experiencing the vibrations of the ditch. You know, there's been a lot. And I and I'm humbled every time I see inexperienced somebody having having any type of connection with it. It's just to to be part of anybody's process. It's a real it's a real honor. And the early on. I there was a woman who came to one of my one of my workshops, and it was really really early for me. When in still still find things were discovering these things with was pretty profound and during the group workshops, she started to have these tremors in her legs. And I wasn't. I wasn't entirely. Sure, what was going on keeping an eye on her? 'cause everybody's you know, they're laying down in their eyes are closed, and she's eyes are closed, and she's having these leg tremors. So afterwards and everyone was sharing. She didn't say anything. And then she came up to me and spoke to me afterwards. And she was like, you know, I'd like you get a private session. And so she ended up. Coming and getting a private session and during this private session. There was this. She started to shake again. But this time it was more profound. Like a lot of her body was shaking, and she's out her eyes are closed. And there was this very clear and profound moment for me where I realized that this person had been she didn't used somehow there've been some some trauma, and I very seldom ever ask a client. 'cause what my client show up to to get a session. The first thing. I asked him. What are we working on today? Like, I don't decide anything for them. They tell me when they come back from there the sessions. I I let them tell me what they experienced. I don't ever try to project anything. But this at this point I had to ask her 'cause we're talking afterwards. And I said, you know, I have this overwhelming sentence. And I told her I never I never do. I never questioned things like this overwhelming sense that there was some type of abuse that occurred in and is there something and she lifted. She goes on my God. Thank you so much for confirming something that I've known my whole life, and I've been dealing and she'd been dealing with some really really intense very much like chronic fatigue fibromyalgia symptoms that have been going on progressing, but the doctors really hadn't been able to nail it down. And when she was a very she's a teenage girl of before she was driving. She actually wasn't driving at that point her best friend was accidentally killed by her brother who backed over with their car, and she had a understandably a really dramatic and horrible time of this whole thing and their their family, doctor had put her on sleeping pills and at some point. There was someone in the family. She'd always felt that there was somebody like friend of the family on or something someone was abusing her, and she was never able to quite Neil it down and she needed she she conscious. Consciously couldn't nail down that this had happened to her but subconsciously her her being in her identity had known that something had gone on and something had happened. And by being able to resolve this her symptoms of everything that you've been dealing with vanish as soon as she could create a associate what had been happening to her in that in on energetically. What had happened to her physically? But what she couldn't resolve because she couldn't draw conscious connection to it. But she was able to just identify and feel a sense of release because it had been validated on some level all of those physical expressions of illness all physical expressions of pain and disease that she was dealing with related to that. They're all vanished. And that that one was the one that popped into my head right now. But again, there's been so so many people with situations like that that have not situations hewing where they have had some profound connection to themselves inside of a meditation inside of working on clearing, their energetic stagnation, and that I just I it's it's amazing. And it's sometimes overwhelming to keep track of. Absolutely. Thanks for shedding action. Drive to read the industrial north for today's episode, including the inspirational, quote, the book recommendation, the links are shared and things that you might not have been able.

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Texas jury finds Toyota negligent in accident, awards $242 million to family

Masters in Business

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Texas jury finds Toyota negligent in accident, awards $242 million to family

"Case I'm Evan Haning And I'm Susanna Palmer from. Bloomberg world headquarters Elon Musk's interview with the New York Times yesterday has heightened concerns surrounding the health of Tesla's chairman and CEO shares in the electric car maker plunged eight point nine percent yesterday the largest drop in nearly two. Years for tesla the references musk made to using sleeping pill. Ambien and driving well tweeting are fueling calls

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Playbook: Mueller probing whether Trump pressured Sessions to engage in Russia investigation

Doug Stephan

02:05 min | 3 years ago

Playbook: Mueller probing whether Trump pressured Sessions to engage in Russia investigation

"Springfield emerald empire quick prep for kim summit roseanne barr blames pills i'm evan haning rapidfire diplomacy is under way ahead of what's now being called an expected summit between president trump and north korean dictator kim jong own correspondent paula hancocks says kim yong coal is reportedly on his way to the us to meet with secretary of state mike pompeo talks behind the scenes that back channels and of course the delegations meeting here has made some progress it would suggest that for kim jong into agreed to actually send such a high ranking official to the united states and for the us secretary of state mike pompeo to feel that it's worth his while to meet with him missouri governor eric writings has resigned correspondent ryan young reports the forty four year old i term governor who had been a rising star in the republican party is leaving the job amid accusations stemming from an extramarital affair with a hairdresser ex husband came forward and said they were had an affair and then when you listen to the tape she talks about the fact that she was tied up during when he talked about doing a perfect pull up and during this picture was taken and that will picture was going to be used against her if she ever came forward about this affair house oversight chairman trey goudy tells fox news he is now more convinced the fbi acted appropriately in its handling of the russia investigation president trump himself in the komi members said if anyone connected with my campaign was working with russia i want you to investigate it and it sounds to me like that is exactly what the fbi did abc tv has pulled the plug on roseanne bar's new show correspondent brian stelter says the network made the decision quickly after bar issued a series of insensitive tweets including a racist one bar has spent years posting derogatory material online recently she falsely accused the survivor of the parkland massacre of giving a nazi salute at a protest that was based on a doctor votto bar blames her tweet on the sleeping pill ambien i'm evan haning so here's a great question how much would you save if you joined medishare for your healthcare program.

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

Under the Skin with Russell Brand

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on Under the Skin with Russell Brand

"Dan sleeping pills because i couldn't slave an during that time i suppose in a way i didn't fully address the issue of addiction because my i was really promiscuous for decades does that by transplant it s to effortlessly but i do remember coined of moment of piff unie if a piffle is revelation of previously concealed truth when it first occurred to me you i suppose you don't have to take drugs if your day or member that fool entering and it being so yeah never four about that because i found a solution it worked and worked as a wife managing pine prevent in favor mental investigation or discovery of conclusions that would have been unhelpful on that wouldn't have been able to deal with i think in law cases and i'm sure there's many many variables the the actually chemical dependency is a successful technique for prevent in suicide is this is a holding pattern to not make doing something more dramatic and ban unless people have access to an ideology structure and support that will help them through that this is very difficult to always fortunate in i was grown at that and then grahn the system and as i've been working of come to the conclusion that is possibly universal because i think is derived from universal ideas that's what i think young i might that identified our if some like if there's a spiritual experience and then the support for community that's how someone could be stopped from drinking continuing alcoholic drinking and then they took this process that twelve regional toasts that fellowships took the ultimate group had a program of of redemption and restitution and yet you know and i it seems initially i think in a materialistic society countering chew itea to think that the solution to addiction is going to be spiritual awakening but that's what as and the the fun of steps i'll stay connected once you wrote a lot you'll continue inventory for the moments we think all i felt something there.

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"But i was trying to make the point to everyone out there you truckers electricity brazilian jujitsu guys crossfitters moms busting your asses every day carrying five six kids around like my my my old man he becky who had loved to death whose husbands at a special forces soldier you gotta see with this woman does what her kids every day your hard hard hord the left isn't ready for us the attacks on ronnie jackson all my gosh sleeping pills provincial from budget kid snorting tide pods or whatever i'm telling you they are not ready for us they are not ready this has nothing to do with violence the left a listen media matters in the nutjob the psychopaths over there they love violence they worship antiga black lives matter these groups have openly called for violence they love that yeah i'm telling you there is a degree of soul wrenching fortitude that only exists on the right the snowflake crowd that can't possibly fathom how a white house doctor would have to keep military secret service and other people frosty in a hot zone to keep the president alive and would call them the candy man for distributing the visa doctor by the way a drug so people could sleep so they could be ready to fight that the snowflake crowd doesn't understand that should reinforce to you what i told you days ago they are not ready for the fight they are not ready for the fight ahead people are going to be walking at a schools people are going.

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"Yeah ordered another pates fuck this we gotta go back to the hotel we got to the pizza with us so we did you stopped we get yeah we get there and and you know still not satisfied we had to go the sundry i wanted to get sleep pills which i did some getting sleeping pills i get the sun chips and i get like a gatorade or something i'm up there and y'all are you know very nicely holding the elevator for me but the guy bruce i remember an older balding gentleman who was i'll never forget this guy as long as i live he was at the front desk and he's on the telephone it's not a normal front desk call i can already tell he's very flustered he's just like a okay do i need to call the donate to call the cops i don't understand please calm down calm down i don't i don't get it and i'm sitting there they're looking at me like do we need to go and i'm like yeah y'all get on elevator i'll go here what bruce watching you interact with there's a there's a part that i saw that they didn't see and then there's apart part they saw i did see and so we're about to overlap so they go up and so wrong that's the most wrong simultaneously do used to sell insurance to my dad he has salmon thomas lee famously insurance damn here comes salmon timeously ain't nobody locks creepy bastard so anyways he's sitting there and he gets off the phone breeze this of not relief but like of like oh god i'm about to have to do some shit and i just go hey i'm just put these on my room and he's like you just can you just give me a second i was like yeah and he comes back up and i was like man i can tell you having a rough not man he's like i i i don't know i don't know what's about to happen i don't know what's going on i really don't i was like okay and so i'm hearing that and then he starts he starts rotten the stuff down and about that time this dude pops off to elevator kind of looks at you.

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"Port and they call for a plane to board pop these two sleeping pills in i'd never done anything like that my life and i'm just looking forward to it i mean i think this is going to be nice and then we're we're boarding and were boarding and and then at that point they say hey folks from captain from the cockpit and we were experiences problems with this plane so we're gonna have everybody depart amery to have you meet back in the you know back in the in the airport so we all get off the airplane at this point there kicks in and i'm dying and then that point we still i think we had one or two more gate changes ended up being about three or four hours and i don't think i've ever felt so groggy in my life having to drag myself around an airport and then of course sided worn off by the time we finally got on the plane and that was as well and up for the next eleven hours on that flight back to the us so all right let me get to a couple of this kind of fun facts and then then we'll call it good let me start with the myths so one of the misses the eight hours of sleep and um this is talked about the um this myth number one talked about how much sleep we really do need and it did say that it was more between the five and nine hours or five and ten hours might be the range and in the thought was here to help you determine your magic number look for clues you know if you find yourself fallen asleep every evening in front of the tv or you need a constant stream a caffeine i think that's a pretty big one to keep your mind on track than your ideal number of sleep hours probably higher than what you mean getting and so tried to go to bed a little bit earlier and if you can get through your day without propping your eyelids open thin than you know you're kind of getting into a better spot so this one's interesting to getting woken up at night this is myth this is a myth getting woken up at night cost me only the minutes them awake not so unfortunately this is according to.

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on Unfilter

"Have trouble leaking out because if you're sleeping pills that you take because if you're at wrong are you left in a fog from san ags and constituted by vicadin if you answered yes to any of these questions it's time to talk to your doctor about read as a once daily earth twicedaily am i right supplements totally proven treat many of the site of facts thing you're usually prescribed hills floor i can't tell you how many of watched little moments i missed out on because of the peter fog her would soon after my doctor prescribed by kaddumi simex daughters for steps walking her delhi lyle of stump in space style messed up on the toilet overtime that's when i talk to my doctor bo weed is nod habitforming no matter what big pharma you're middle would dare instruct their towns it was tough seeing my dan painters asked it was just as tough seeing him song down on prescription pills he was so forgetful that now he won't stop remembering staff you remember that first steps you're like prince that and then they look back on it was a police barracks explain extremist out hunger drowziness spontaneous laughter and a newfound appreciation for the songs you've already thought you might y you go through rubber isa base his scoop i do not end insomnia loss of appetite nausea headaches muscle spasms inflammation seizures physical dependency bore the rest overdose so if you're one of the one hundred nineteen million americans taking prescription drugs and suffering from these symptoms we'd might be for you and if you're not taking prescription drugs but just wanted chill the couch reid might also be for you.

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"sleeping pills" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

Straight Up with Stassi

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"sleeping pills" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

"When he found out my phone was like a wounded bird after he already knew that i was myself a wounded crow over and all you went cruel to through game of thrones view of i mean obviously you know because all the because all the picture so i loved your pictures and okay so i think breakup in general i think any of your fans can or any of your listeners can relate to this when you when someone breaks up with you are you go through a breakup even if you're the one breaking up with them you just you get maybe cynical were but like your social media games on point like you yours but like mine is wellequipped during my breakup it's like i don't something and transforms in your body and you're like as i have to live like you become the funny like it's amazing esmor just like the definition of pathetic millennials now where is this and by pathetic you mean the most amazing to god but i doubt why morning okay so so let me just say every single morning rachel woke up first horse well the first three mornings i woke up first because i could not sleep i was too sad to sleep even with like sleeping pills i couldn't sleep i was so depressed and then finally the sleeping pills are to work and all that crap and rachel would wake me up every morning with all the first started off with milk and red wine and then i moved on to pina coladas so i started to rachel started to wake me up with nothing but pina coladas every single morning mensheviks would you like to order food and i'm like i'd rather kill myself than even than e i i it would have been the most delicious.

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