Playlist · by Trish Bowers
68 episodes, 34 hours 48 mins
7 Supplements to Fight Fatigue and Brain Fog
In this episodes, Kathy and I explain why certain supplements are essential to good gut health and brain function, as well as to potentially prevent damage from untreatedobstructive sleep apnea orupper airway resistance syndrome. We end the discussion by exposing a major myth about a popular supplement. Show Notes Sleep Breathing Paradigm in Sleep, Interrupted Inflammation and OSAarticle Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers (Talks about stress) Glyphosate podcast Functions of the liver Vitamin D podcast with Dr. Gominak Dr. Deborah Wardly UARS and ANP paper and effects on magnesium Sleep apnea and brain damage (Dr. Ron Harper interview) Sleep deprivation and effects on gut biome article Dr. Mercola’s information on probiotics Ferritin level and limb movements article
The Truth About Sleeping Pills and Over-The-Counter Sleep Aids [Podcast 70]
In this episode, Kathy and I are going to be talking about another controversial topic that many of you have probably had some experience with at one time or another...and that’s the issue of sleeping pills and OTC sleep aids. In particular, we will be discussing: Why sleeping pills are usually the wrong way of treating insomnia Why insomnia may not really be insomnia How to wean yourself off sleeping pills A non-prescription therapy that's better than sleeping pills in the long run. Show Notes: Sleep aid market increasing Podcast: How to sleep better without medications Podcast: How medications are harming you Risk of complications for sleeping pills Sleep aids and risk of Parkinson's Sleep-eating Insomnia increases risk of dying Insomnia as a harbinger of mental illness Insomnia and future risk of heart disease Insomnia and increased risk of dementia Hip fractures with Ambien Sleeping pill vs. CBT-i study 3 Ps of insomnia Krakow’s OSA in treatment resistant insomnia study Dr. Kr...
When An Allergy Is Not Just An Allergy [Podcast 75]
In this episode, Kathy and I will be revealing the steps we took to significantly improve our family's allergy symptoms this fall. Shownotes The Truth About Allergies Revealed blogpost Sleep Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired Allergy-free bedsheets Micro-poop theory blogpost Dyson HEPA vacuum cleaner The Sinus, Allergy and Migraine Study (SAMS) Dr. David Buccholz: Heal Your Headache Long term nasal saline irrigation and increased infections blogpost
Our Shrinking Faces: More Important Than Global Warming [Podcast 78]
In this episode, Kathy and I will talk about a disaster more urgent than global warming. It’s not going to happen in the next few decades or hundreds of years. It’s happening now: Due to modern Western diets and other various lifestyles and habits, our facial bones (and airways) are shrinking. In this captivating discussion, I will reveal: What’s causing our faces to shrink Why it’s worse for our children The consequences of smaller faces and airways How crooked teeth may be the first sign of shrinking faces What we can do to prevent it And what we can do to reverse the consequences. Shownotes: Our Skulls Are Out-Evolving Us on onezero.medium.com Sleep Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired Nutrition and Physical Degeneration by Dr. Weston Price Consider the Fork: A History of How We Cook and Eat by Bee Wilson Tooth loss and obstructive sleep apnea signs and symptoms in the US population CDC: Obesity in children 3x since 1970s CDC dat...
Episode 73: Flu, Dehydration, Diarrhea, and Ear Infections
This episode provides exciting Health News regarding a new possible influenza vaccine! Doctors Dallin Hubbard and Jorge Gonzales also discuss caring for children with dehydration, diarrhea, and ear infections. Our parenting tip discusses how to treat fevers at home. We hope you enjoy!
What Patients Are Saying About Cannabis
In this episode, Jodie Epstein candidly tells her personal story that led her into medical cannabis advocacy. She shares valuable anecdotal evidence gathered through a survey from her online community, MigraineBuds and findings from 3 compelling scientific studies. This podcast is sponsored by Amgen/Novartis and Alder BioPharmaceuticals. *This podcast is intended for general purposes only and doesn't constitute medical advice.
How Hormones Impact Migraine Part 1 - The Professional Series
This extended episode features 3 lectures on the relationship between hormones and migraine. Dr. Roth, provides an overview of migraine manifestation in men vs. women. Dr. Hessler explains the timing of migraine during the menstrual cycle and an assessment of current treatment options. Lastly, OBGYN, Dr. Eger summarizes hormonal management for premenopausal women with migraine. Sponsored by Amgen/Novartis and Alder BioPharmaceuticals. *Intended for general purposes only. Doesn't constitute medical advice
How Hormones Impact Migraine Part 2
This episode explains the relationship between hormones and migraine over the course of a woman’s life. Dr. Waters discusses headache causes during pregnancy. Dr. O’Neal explains the differential diagnosis of headaches in the postpartum period and treatment options during lactation. Dr. Richardson explains the role of hormones in migraine during perimenopause and menopause. Sponsored by Amgen/Novartis and Alder BioPharmaceuticals. *Intended for general purposes only. Does not constitute medical adv
CTC041 – Fibromyalgia with Kyle Davies
Fibromyalgia – The Mind Body Connection withKyle Davies What up what up party people. I just had a great weekend. We celebrated thanksgiving her in Canada and I had a fun time with friends. Every year, we get together with a group of friends to play poker eat lots of food and laugh our arse’s off. It was a great time. Yes, I love the poker. So, I mentioned a while back I’m getting ready to release the Cut the Crap Club. This is an online membership group that empowers you to cut the crap from the areas in your life where you need it most. It’s a place where you can feel safe to be yourself, where this is no judgement, it’s a tribe of like minded people like you going through their own struggles. In this club I’m going to show you how to feel more energy, reduce stress, build confidence, have more time, feel stronger, sexier, be glowing and radiant and wake up each day with enthusiasmto create the best life for you. Through nutrition, fitness, motivation and community you can c...
12 Medications That Can Make You Fat or Ruin Your Sleep [Part 1, Podcast 64]
Prescription medications are the mainstay of modern medicine. But what we don’t realize is that many common medications have the potential to make you fat or ruin your sleep. Please join Kathy and me as we discuss 12 Medications That Can Make You Fat or Ruin Your Sleep. This is Part 1, and in our next podcast, we will go over various ways to avoid prescription medications. Shownotes: 3 reasons why we shifted from acute to chronic care for medications 3 pathways that medications aggravate sleep problems and weight gain High blood pressure medications (lower melatonin and nasal congestion) Acid reducers (proton pump inhibitors) High cholesterol medications Antibiotics Antihistamines Birth control pills Estrogen dominance, Dr. John Lee Wisdom of Menopause by Dr. Northrup Estrogen promoting environmental toxins podcast Endocrine disruption podcast (Trasande) Viagra and other medications for erectile dysfunction (nasal congestion) Oral steroids Antidepressants Reader comment about Paxil...
Vitamin D and Sleep: Interview with Dr. Stasha Gominak 2018
I'm so happy to have Dr. Stasha Gominak back again to give us a review and update on the importance of the hormone, Vitamin D, and how it affects everything including your brain, gut, skin, pancreas, bones, and your sleep. Dr. Stasha Gominak is a Baylor College of Medicine alumna and completed her Neurology residency at the Harvard-affiliated, Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. She has utilized her skills to assist 1,000s of clients. Now retired from daily practice, Dr. Gominak, MD is committed to helping people across the world achieve pain-free lives through sleep repair. In this 47 minute interview, Dr. Gominak will reveal the following: The link between Vitamin D, headaches and sleep apnea The link between Vitamin D and B12, and sleep problems Vitamin D receptors in the sleep nuclei in the brain Vitamin D as the primary endocrine/reproductive control center for seasonal changes Vitamin D receptors in the brain, pancreas, GI tract, ovaries, fallopian tubes, etc. Timeline i...
Restless Legs and Teeth Grinding: A Wake Up Call [Podcast 51]
In this episode, Kathy and I discuss two common conditions that are not usually associated with sleep breathing disorders, but should be. _____________________________________ Show Notes Willis-Ekbom Disease Limb movements and sleep breathing disorder Bruxism and sleep breathing disorder review paper Bruxism and CPAP Ferritin levels and RLS Iron Levels and PLMD in children Dr. David Buchholz podcast Heal Your Headache:The 1-2-3 Program for Taking Charge of Your Pain Glyphosate podcast
5 Ways to Sleep Better and Lose Weight Using Light
Show Notes Get more AM light. Northwest Univ. study - more exposure to daytime sunlight 8-12 AM were much lighter. Delayed sleep phase syndrome. Singularity Blackout bedroom, shit work. Shift Workers Vitamin D - get checked 5 Immediate steps to help you sleep better and lose weight 1. Take morning walks outside 2. Use software filters. No screens before sleep 3. Cover the lights in your bedroom 4. Spend more time outdoors 3. Check Vit D How black tape can help you sleep better Is your computer screen ruining your sleep? f.lux screen filter Dr. Gominak Vitamin D Interviews
7 Unusual Signs & Symptoms of Sleep Apnea
If you don't fit the typical profile of someone with obstructive sleep apnea (MOOSE: male, older, overweight, snoring, excessive sleepiness), most doctors won't ever think that you may have obstructive sleep apnea. I see dozens of of patients every month who are told they don't have sleep apnea but were found to have moderate to severe sleep apnea after undergoing sleep studies. So if you're not a MOOSE, what are some other ways to tell if you may have sleep apnea? In this podcast episode, Kathy and I discuss 7 Unusual Signs & Symptoms of Sleep Apnea. Tongue Scalloping Nocturia (nighttime urination) Headaches ADHD PTSD Sexual dysfunction IBS or GI problems Show Notes Nocturia and death study ADHD and OSA study Tongue scalloping & OSA Headaches & OSA PTSD & OSA Krakow interview Krakow's book,Sound Sleep, Sound Mind Erectile dysfunction & OSA OSA and infertility Inflammatory Bowel Disease and OSA
How Sleep Apnea Can Cause Anxiety
The 1950s was once called the “age of anxiety.” I think it’s fair to say that the level of anxiety has risen exponentially since the 1950s. There are many reasons why you may be anxious, including information overload, social media, non-stop news, or even your children’s activities. For many of you, In this episode, Kathy and I will reveal how sleep-breathing problems can cause or aggravate anxiety. Download mp3 | Subscribe Shownotes Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcersby Dr. Robert Sapolsky Heal Your Headacheby Dr. David Buchholz Calmmagnesium tea Patrick McKeoninterview Bohreffect Unstuff your stuffy noseebook Nozovent,Breathe RightStrips Andrew Weil -Breathing: The Master Key to Self Healing Stop Smoking for the Last TimebyGeorge Wissing Deborah Quilter interview(#67)on yoga breathing
10 Healthy Habits to Keep You Thin (Podcast 27)
One of the most common questions I get asked is how do I stay so skinny.In this episode, Kathy will reveal the 10 ways I stay thin and healthy. Listen on my blog. Exercise outdoors Don’t eat close to bedtime Clear your nose Get the right pillow Cook your own meals Avoid eating out Regular life planning, goal setting and daily morning rituals Try certain supplements Avoid toxins Sleep 7 to 8 hours Show Notes: Mindset: The Psychology of Success by Dr. Carol Dwek Unstuff Your Stuffy Nosee-book Contour pillow Buckwheat Husk-filled pillow Chia seeds Calm Magnesium Tea Slow Death by Rubber Duck Environmental Working Group (EWG) U-shaped ideal sleep curve Outliers book
Sleep Apnea & Gastrointestinal Problems (Podcast 25)
In this podcast episode, Kathy and I will talk about links between various gastrointestinal issues and obstructive sleep apnea. We cover the following 5 surprising conditions: Irritable bowel syndrome Inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn's and Ulcerative Colitis) Celiac disease (or gluten sensitivity) Colon cancer Acid reflux Subscribe Shownotes: Sleep Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired IBS study Gluten-free diet and celiac diease Inflammatory bowel disorders and Celiac diseaseresearch study Upper airway resistance syndrome Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers Blog poston GI problems and sleep apnea OSA and cancer article Vitamin D Podcast (Part 1,Part 2,Part 3) Pepsin inears,sinusesandlungs doctorstevenpark.com/gastro iTunes link
How Mouth Breathing Can Ruin Your Sleep
In this episode, Kathy and I will reveal 7 ways that mouth breathing can cause sleep and health problems. Show notes: Unstuff Your Stuffy Nose ebook Interview with Dr. Michael Mew on the Modern Melting Face Interview with Patrick McKeown on Buteyko Breathing Shut Your Mouth to Save Your Life, by George Catlin Good review of Catlin's book
Your Sleep Apnea Questions Answered
In this episode, I answer your questions that I get through my blog, email, and contact me page. This is completely live and unscripted. I have no ideal whatKathy will ask me. 1. How much do you charge for a office visit or procedure? 2. How can I make an appointment to see you? 3. Various questions about specific medical issues. 4. What’s the difference betweenupperairwayresistancesyndrome (UARS) andobstructivesleepapnea (OSA)? 5. Will sleeping pills work forupperairwayresistancesyndrome? 6. Does sleep apnea cause brain damage? 7. Are apneas more damaging on the brain than hypopneas? 8. What’s the relationship between depression and sleep apnea? 9. How do dental extractions affect sleep apnea? 10. Can nasal surgery cause sleep apnea later in life? 11. What’s the link between reflux and sleep apnea? 12. Can sleep apnea cause dizziness? 13. What questions should I be asking my doctor? Podcast 13: Which surgeon do you recommend? Sleep, Interrupted How to Unstuffy Your Stuffy Nosee-...
9 Proven Alternatives to CPAP
Frustrated CPAP users are constantly asking me what other options are available. There are literally dozens of over-the-counter, natural, prescription, and surgical options that are available.I've chosen 9 options that have proven results, based on published research in peer-reviewed medical journals. There may be other options that may work very well, but as of date,I'm not aware of any prospective studies showingsignificant improvement based on sleep studies as well as quality of life questionnaires. Show Notes 1. Sleep positions:Slumberbump, RemateeRematee Neoprene Antisnore Bumper BeltAnti-snore Shirt 2. Past podcasts on theadvantagesanddisadvantagesofmandibularadvancementdevices. 3. Acupunctureinterview(#52) with Amy Hausman. Researchdescription. 4. Tongue exercises: Interviews withJoy Moeller(#33),Janet Bennet(#45). Meta-analysisarticle. 5. Proventarticle 6. Didgeridooarticle 7. Throat and tongue surgeryinterview(mp3). 8. Jaw surgeryinterview(mp3)with Dr. Kasey Li 9. Tongue ne...
How Low Vitamin D Can Ruin Your Sleep - Part 3
This is part 3 and the final segment of my conversation with Dr. Stasha Gominck, a neurologist with some very insightful information about vitamin d and how it’s vitally related not only to sleep, but to every aspect of your health. As mentioned previously, vitamin d is actually a hormone that’s needed by every area ofyour body, including your brain. In this segment, Gominak is going to tell us: How to optimize growth hormonerelease The link between slow wave sleep and the B vitamins How this b vitamin can help REM behavior disorder How much Vit D is made in your skin by sunlight Vitamin D’s anti-cancer properties The importance of quality sleep and cancer prevention For more information about Dr. Gominak, visit herWeb site at drgominak.com.
How Low Vitamin D Can Ruin Your Sleep - Part 2
This is Part 2 of my interview with Dr. Stasha Gominak, a neurologist practicing in Tyler, Texas. Dr. Gominak has unique views on how Vitamin D can significantly affect the quality of your sleep,independent of obstructive sleep apnea or upper airway resistance syndrome. In this intervew, shewill reveal: How B vitamins interact with Vitamin D How B vitamins are related to fibromyalgia The link between irritable bowel syndrome and headaches How Vit D is linked with weight gain What’s the right dose of B vitamins? And for how long? Which vitamins are made in your gut? Visit Dr. Gominak at http://drgominak.com
How Low Vitamin D Can Ruin Your Sleep - Part 1
This is Part 1 of my interview with Dr. Stasha Gominak, a neurologist practicing in Tyler, Texas. Dr. Gominak has unique views on how Vitamin D can significantly affect the quality of your sleep,independent of obstructive sleep apnea or upper airway resistance syndrome. In this intervew, shewill reveal: 1. How Vitamin D is related to sleep 2. Why Vitamin D3 is better than D2 3. How Mice and PigsConfused Doctors About Vitamin D 4. Why Sleep became much worse in the 1980s 5. How much Vitamin D do we need? Visit Dr. Gominak at http://drgominak.com
Dr. Ira Shapira, Founder of IHateCPAP.com
In this Expert Interview I’ve invited Dr. Ira Shapira, founder ofIHateCPAP.com. We’ll talk about the main reasons why people hate CPAP and what you can do about it. He’ll answer the following questions: • How did I HATE CPAP get its name? • How did you become involved in treating sleep apnea in the early 1980′s? • How are Sleep Apnea and ADD and ADHD related? • What percentage of patients love their CPAP? How can you predict who will love their CPAP? • Why do over 60% of patients reject CPAP when it is considered the Gold Standard? • Are oral appliances indicated for severe sleep apnea? WEhat are the exceptions? • What are the most commonn complaints? • How are Sleep Apnea and TMJ disorders related? • What important medical informationdid the Shimshak studies on TMJ disorders show? • Why do oral appliances cause bite changes? • Why is sleep apnea frequently associated with postural problems? • Can CPAP cause permenant bite changes? Oral Appliances? What is the differ...
107: Improve Your Brain to Avoid Alzheimer’s, Dementia, & Memory Loss with Dr. Perlmutter
Dr. Perlmutter is on the forefront of research about ways to protect and support the brain in a world where Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other brain-related diseases are on the rise. Alzheimer’s disease affects a staggering number of Americans today—5.5 million. In fact, if you live to be age 85, your chance of getting Alzheimer’s is …
EM Res Case Conference: Flank Pain
So it's a kidney stone is it? Well maybe it is...or isn't. Probably not, since I'm talking about it. We talk about the differential diagnosis of flankpain, how to take your history and physical, and the importance of avoiding anchoring.
Best of: Understanding Kidney Function and Common Diseases
Today we are focusing on the kidneys, how they function and common diseases associated with the kidneys. We also have Carolyn Morris in the studio with us to discuss Polycystic Kidney Disease or PKD. The entire hour is packed with useful information. Explain where the kidneys are and what their function is UTI vs Kidney infection (pyelonephritis)- symptoms, treatments, and the seriousness of kidney infection Discuss Kidney stones- Kidney stones (renal lithiasis, nephrolithiasis) are small, hard mineral deposits that form inside your kidneys. The stones are made of mineral and acid salts. Discuss symptoms Thank you for listening to the Staying Young Show! With all the mixed messages on health, you need information that you can use and that you can trust. Listen in as the experts discuss all topics health related. It's time to STAY YOUNG and stay healthy! Each week we tackle a topic and often with leading scientists, best-selling authors, and even your favorite celebrities! As a liste...
Urinary Tract Infections – Part 1
Urinary Tract Infections with Sue Meyer Tune in as Sue Meyer talks about Urinary Tract Infections. She talks about the two reasons that people are susceptible to UTIs, bladder infections, and Kidney infections. Sue begins her chat about urinary tract infections and difficult urination. Join Sue as she helps to take the mystery out of this very painful medical issue. You can get a handout for this podcast episode by clicking here. May God Bless You and Yours, Sue Meyer Visit Sue’s websiteHomeopathy For Mommies here Disclaimer: This audio is for educational purposes and is not intended in any way to be a replacement for, or as a substitute to qualified medical advice. If you think you are suffering from a medical condition consult your doctor or other qualified persons. The content of the Homeopathy for Mommies Radio post or page, including text, graphics, images, or information contained in text or audio, or other content, is offered on an informational basis only.No content is inte...
Causes and Symptoms of Sciatica: How to Get Relief
Common lower back problems may cause sciatica symptoms – which can vary from mild and infrequent, to debilitating and constant. When sciatica pain caused by lower back problems becomes unbearable, it may be time to seek out treatment. Physiatrist specializing in spine disorders at the Orange Coast Memorial Center for Spine Health, Jason R. Koh, DO, discusses recognizing symptoms of sciatica, how to manage the pain, and treatment options available to treat lower back issues which cause sciatica symptoms.
Pressure on the sciatic nerve can cause extreme pain or only mild tingling or muscle weakness. Chiropractors provide relief from sciatica by taking pressure off the sciatic nerve and help find the cause of the pressure to prevent sciatica from recurring.
Sciatia is pain from the Sciatic nerve that starts in the lower back travels down the leg.There are three basic causes of sciatica with different treatments and exercises to help people suffering from it.
Epidemic of Sluggish Liver
Chronic illness is at an all time high. We are exposed to so many toxins in this world that our liver works hard to manage. But at some point our liver becomes overburdened and this is what I call “sluggish liver.” Listen to this Medical Medium Radio Show to learn how to support your liver.
Liver's Immune System
The liver is one of our smartest, most underestimated organs. It has your back like nothing and no one else can. That’s never truer than when it’s enlisting its dedicated team of defenders — its own personal immune system — to protect you. Listen to this Medical Medium Radio Show to behold the sophistication of your liver.
Do You Have A Fatty Liver?
Despite its seemingly clear-cut name, there is still a large amount of mystery around fatty liver in medical communities. And today’s health and diet trends aren’t helping our livers’ health. Listen to this Medical Medium Radio Show to learn why you could have fatty liver, why it matters, and what you can do about it.
Heal Your Liver 101
Medical communities are unaware of how many symptoms, conditions, and diseases are rooted in an overloaded liver. They also don’t understand the best way to heal it. Listen to this Medical Medium Radio Show for critical insights into how to support and heal your liver with what it really needs.
TGGG097: Dealing with Abuse When the Abuse Was by a Family Member with Anney Evans
In this episode, I’m joined by Anney Evans, Event Coordinator for A Voice for the Innocent. Anney joins me to share her story of how finding a community of support has helped her to deal with being sexually abused by a family member while growing up. http://thegrassgetsgreener.com/anneyevans Help support the show on Patreon: http://thegrassgetsgreener.com/patreon
TGGG110: Turning Post-Traumatic Stress into Post-Traumatic Strength with Dr. John A. King
In this episode, I’m joined by Dr. John A. King of Give Them a Voice Foundation. John joins me to share his story of how he’s been able to help himself heal from sexual abuse by finding the necessary tools and turning his experience from a source of stress into a source of strength. http://thegrassgetsgreener.com/johnking Help support the show on Patreon: http://thegrassgetsgreener.com/patreon
TGGG147: Conquering PTSD and Taking Your Power Back with Michele Rosenthal
In this episode, I’m joined byMichele Rosenthal of HealMyPTSD.com.Michelejoins me to share her story of howshe’s been able to reclaim her identity and find joy again after suffering from PTSD symptoms for almost 30 years. https://thegrassgetsgreener.com/micheler TakeTheGrass GetsGreener’sFree 5-Day Self-Esteem Challenge: https://thegrassgetsgreener.com/selfesteem Help support the show onPatreon: https://thegrassgetsgreener.com/patreon Check out this episode’s sponsor:novni.com
Derek, On a Drunk Driver Killing His Wife and Baby
Derek was on a bus with his pregnant wife when they were hit by a drunk driver. Derek survived but his wife and unborn daughter were killed. He's since found an inspirational path to faith and healing.
Living With Borderline Personality Disorder
This week we will be talking about Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). This is a subject that not many people know about. That is why we will be speaking with special guest Author & Life Coach A.J Mahari. Some of you may be familiar with A.J. because of her well-known website and research into this subject:www.borderlinepersonality.ca. A.J. Mahari is going to help answer important questions about BPD; What is is? How can you seek treatment? And so much more! Come join us to speak with A.J. Mahari about living with borderline personality disorder, and about this topic that needs more attention in our society today. Call in to the show if you have any questions about BPD. Our number is: (646) 716-9862
Understanding Borderline Personality Disorder
Shanti Das, and her co-host, Free The Vision speak with Maiya Gill, who shares her journey of life with Borderline Personality Disorder. In this episode, they discuss her challenges, signs, symptoms, and treatment on the road to understanding and coping with BPD. Be sure to RATE! Comment! Subscribe! And SHARE!
Kelly, On Living With Borderline Personality Disorder
Kelly says facing, accepting, and defining her mental health struggles has been a huge battle. She bravely talks openly about being diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, in the hope that people suffering silently with mental illness may find comfort. National suicide prevention hotline: 1-800-273-8255
Borderline Personality Disorder
What is borderline personality disorder, and why did doctors think it disproportionately affected women? Cristen and Caroline examine the history and emerging treatments of this mental health condition that continues to puzzle practitioners. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Borderline Personality Disorder
Nicki, Leo, and Soi are joined by friend Natasha, who has borderline personality disorder (BPD) to talk about her experience, the importance of a diagnosis, and ways she and the VLW team have managed their struggles, including diary writing and taking up hula hooping. This episode has mentions of mental illness and addiction. The lead producer for this episode was Nicki Carter. Co-producers were Leonore Schick (@leo_sheek) and Soila Apparicio (@SoilaSays). Audio engineering was done by Leo and Robin at Resonance 104.4fm in London Bridge. Soila Apparicio is the series producer. Follow us on Twitter @VLWRadio, Instagram VLWRadio and on Facebook.com/VeryLooseWomen. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Borderline Personality Disorder
There is hope and help for individuals with this personality disorder and their loved ones.
Borderline Personality Disorder
Jaimie, Rachel, and Mom discuss borderline personality disorder; and the symptoms, causes, and treatments.
Episode 36: Migraines and Infantile Colic, Bicycle Helmets, Anemia, How to Wean an Infant and Medical Trivia
Dr. Amanda Croxton and Dr. Allison Pratt join us for this month's podcast. In health news we will learn about the association of infantile colic with migraines. We continue our discussion on bicycle helmets in the main segment. We will have some parenting tips this month on how to wean an infant. In our second main segment we discuss anemia. Finally, we have this month's medical trivia question and the answer to last month's question." Topic -- Time at which Segment Begins Health News - Migraines and Infantile Coli -- 1:33Helmets -- 3:49Parenting Tips - How to Wean an Infant -- 8:47Anemia -- 11:40Medical Trivia -- 17:23 Listen Now: Kids Healthcast Episode 36 //
247 HCD 5 Common Health Conditions Affected by Screen Time
It's back-to-school and back-to-work time. Many of us spend hours each day on our tablets, smart phones, and computers. But did you know it can affect your health? Learn how to watch out for these 5 common conditions that are affected by excess screen time, and how to prevent them.
253 - How to Treat Head Lice
Head lice is one of those school-aged bugs that seemingly wreak great havoc in our lives, with missed school days, work days, and wages. But how serious is head lice really? And how can we easily and most rapidly treat and eradicate it? Read the transcript at http://www.quickanddirtytips.com/health-fitness/medical-conditions/childrens-health/how-to-treat-head-lice Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows: www.quickanddirtytips.com/podcasts FOLLOW HOUSE-CALL DOCTOR Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HouseCallDr Twitter: https://twitter.com/housecalldoc
160 HCD Top 10 Causes of Dizziness
Most of us have experienced dizziness at some point in our lives, and it can be one of the most vague and non-specific symptoms patients experience. So let’s shed some light on this rather mysterious symptom and talk about the 10 most common causes of dizziness. Read the full transcript here: http://bit.ly/1XUKilJ
254 - When to Worry About a Bruise
Bruising is a common physical symptom. But it can infrequently be a sign of something more worrisome. How do you know when a bruise is something you should worry about? And what causes them? Read the transcript at http://www.quickanddirtytips.com/health-fitness/medical-conditions/when-to-worry-about-a-bruise Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows: www.quickanddirtytips.com/podcasts FOLLOW HOUSE-CALL DOCTOR Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HouseCallDr Twitter: https://twitter.com/housecalldoc
159 HCD How to Treat Insomnia: 7 Common Medication Options
Last week, we discussed the top 10 tips used to treat insomnia without the use of medications. Today, let's learn about the 7 most commonly prescribed over-the-counter and prescription medications used to help you catch your Z's. Read the full transcript here: http://bit.ly/29wPYz3
257 - A Cold vs. The Flu: How to Tell the Difference
The flu is running rampant this season. How do you distinguish it from its less perilous cousin, a cold? Symptoms often overlap, so when should you be concerned? Read the transcript at https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/health-fitness/colds-flu-allergies/cold-vs-flu-how-to-tell-the-difference Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows: www.quickanddirtytips.com/podcasts FOLLOW HOUSE-CALL DOCTOR Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HouseCallDr Twitter: https://twitter.com/housecalldoc
259 - 8 Medical Tests You Don't Actually Need (Part 1)
Are we tricked into believing that we need certain tests when we don't? In addition to the rising healthcare costs in the U.S., who wants a bill for something they don't need? Learn why some of these medical tests may be unnecessary. Read the transcript at https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/health-fitness/mental-health/self-care/8-medical-tests-you-dont-actually-need-part-1 Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows: www.quickanddirtytips.com/podcasts FOLLOW HOUSE-CALL DOCTOR Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HouseCallDr Twitter: https://twitter.com/housecalldoc
158 HCD How to Treat Insomnia: 10 Medication-Free Tips
Difficulty with sleep is one of the most common medical complaints. That's why today, House Call Doctor has 10 medication-free tips to help you catch your Z's. In Part 2 of this series, she'll provide prescription and over-the-counter alternatives. Read the transcript: http://bit.ly/1jb8Nvz
260 - 8 Medical Tests You Don't Actually Need (Part 2)
In Part 2 of medical tests you likely don't need, learn the controversy over testosterone levels, routine EKG screenings, allergy testing, and employer-requested vaccine titers. Read the transcript at https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/health-fitness/mental-health/self-care/8-medical-tests-you-dont-actually-need-part-2 Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows: www.quickanddirtytips.com/podcasts FOLLOW HOUSE-CALL DOCTOR Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HouseCallDr Twitter: https://twitter.com/housecalldoc
073 When Should you Worry About a Rash?
Most rashes are not dangerous, but sometimes they are signs of serious problems Dr. Rob explains how to tell.
202 HCD 5 Things Doctors Wish Their Patients Knew
Ever wonder what goes on in your doctor's mind? Here are 5 things doctors wish their patients would know. Read the full transcript here: http://bit.ly/1Ia1ph3
261 - 5 Common Myths About Doctors, Part 1
Scrolling through the internet, misinformation about doctors run rampant. House Call Doctor sets the record straight on some of these most common myths. Are doctors really wealthy? Are they in cahoots with the pharmaceutical companies? Is there a financial gain from administering vaccines? Why do they always run late? Here is part I of this two-part series on these hot topics and more. Read the transcript at https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/health-fitness/mental-health/self-care/5-common-myths-about-doctors-part-1 Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows: www.quickanddirtytips.com/podcasts FOLLOW HOUSE-CALL DOCTOR Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HouseCallDr Twitter: https://twitter.com/housecalldoc
262 - 5 Common Myths About Doctors, Part 2
Do doctors get paid for administering vaccines? Why are they late? What makes them so stoic? Read the transcript at https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/health-fitness/mental-health/self-care/5-common-myths-about-doctors-part-2 Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows: www.quickanddirtytips.com/podcasts FOLLOW HOUSE-CALL DOCTOR Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HouseCallDr Twitter: https://twitter.com/housecalldoc
191 HCD How to Properly Discard Medications
Did you know that discarding medications in the trash or flushing them down the toilet can be harmful? Learn correct ways to safely and properly dispose of your medications. Read the full transcript here: http://bit.ly/1M8z4a5
The Root of Anxiety and an Approach For Healing It
Anxiety is nothing new to the human condition. We've all felt it to some degree in our lives, some of us more acutely (and more often) than others. When ignored, anxiety can begin to creep into our present lives as destructive behavior caused by destructive beliefs. So how do we deal with the very uncomfortable feelings of anxiety, usually accompanied by spiraling, swirling uncontrollable thoughts? We'll explore the root cause of anxiety and an approach to healing it in today's episode.
Mark Manson: Embracing The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck
Today’s guest, Mark Manson, is a bestselling author, blogger, and internet entrepreneur who writes about “personal development that doesn’t suck.” He recently published his second book, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life, and he regularly writes articles on a blog with over two million monthly readers. “The first book was actually extremely easy … this one was a total bitch.” When Mark started writing his first book, Models: Attract Women Through Honesty, he had already been blogging about relationships for years. It was just a matter of sitting down and getting it all out. When he started writing his second book the pages didn’t pour out of him. He started and threw away two drafts. “When you talk about failures in past-tense it never really feels like a failure, because everybody knows you turned out alright.” When Mark started his third attempt at a second book, he only had a vague idea of the concepts he wanted to cov...
We Tried Reiki
The Hannahs try Reiki, a healing technique that channels energy through touch. Does it restore their emotional well-being? Listen, laugh and learn --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hannahlyze-this-with-hannah-hart--hannah-gelb/support
Migraine in Kids and Teens, Dangerous Herbs, and Migraine Brains (podcast)
Today’s podcast covers some recent migraine news. Here are some of the links mentioned: Topiramate in pediatric migraine Trigger factors reported by adolescents with migraine Childhood migraine tied to history of infantile colic Popular Chinese medicine used for migraines could be FATAL, warn health watchdogs Migraine sufferers likely have brain abnormalities, study finds The post Migraine in Kids and Teens, Dangerous Herbs, and Migraine Brains (podcast) appeared first on Headache and Migraine News. The post Migraine in Kids and Teens, Dangerous Herbs, and Migraine Brains (podcast) appeared first on Headache and Migraine News.
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