Chronic Pain Linked To Depression

  Chronic Pain Linked To Depression, Bryan Clifton, Founder of Kalypso Wellness CentersChief of Anesthesia at Northeast Baptist HospitalVeteranAccording to CDC 50M people live with chronic pain due to:Age related overuse injuriesSports injuriesLow Back, Knee, Ankle, Shoulder, Joint    A link between chronic pain and depression WEBSITE: https://www.kalypsowellness.com/ Ketamine is well known drug that has been used as an anesthetic for over 50 years, is used in operating rooms around the world, and is viewed by World Health Organization as core medicine in healthcare. The FDA has approved it as an anesthetic, and anesthesiologists use it routinely for this purpose. While low dose ketamine has not yet been FDA approved for the treatment of Chronic Pain, Depression, Anxiety, Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy (nerve pain), Inflammatory Pain, Fibromyalgia, Bipolar Disorder or Post Traumatic [...]

How to Stop Feeling Like a Victim

It happens to men and women—even celebrities such as Serena Williams, Selena Gomez, Kelly Clarkson and Amy Schumer. Fat-shaming—criticizing people's physical appearance based on their weight—is both rude and hurtful. Most people who listen to my show are not obese, but being shamed for how you look, what you believe and desires that don't fit the narrative of the culture you live in can be equally damaging. Nicole Black, who was fat-shamed for 30 years, reached a peak when she packed an extra 100 pounds on her 5-ft. 1-inch frame, feeling like a victim is strictly optional. Nicole is an author, speaker and advocate for mindful living. She is the co-founder and former CEO of Renaud's Patisserie & Bistro. When she isn't working to [...]

By |October 27th, 2018|Categories: Podcasts|Tags: , |0 Comments

Connection between the Holidays and Your Health

Joining me on today's episode is Dr. Mark Engelman, MD, Founder and President of the Engelman Health Institute and permanent Clinical Consultant for Cyrex Laboratories. Cyrex Laboratories’ website is: www.joincyrex.com More than 50 million Americans suffer from autoimmune disease. What are some common signs? Why are the holidays a common time for an autoimmune disease to be triggered? Dr. Mark Engelman said, researchers have identified 80-100 different autoimmune diseases and suspect at least 40 additional diseases of having an autoimmune basis. These diseases are chronic and can be life-threatening. While current studies have shown genetic predisposition accounts for approximately 30% percent of all autoimmune diseases. 70 % is due to environmental factors. Other than polluted water and air, how are you contributing to your own [...]

By |October 20th, 2018|Categories: Podcasts|Tags: , |0 Comments

Kick The Habit or It Will Kick you

Health educator Dr. Julie Gatza is one of the nation’s top chiropractic physicians with more than 20 years of clinical practice. A highly popular speaker, she has designed and presented hundreds of wellness workshops for both patients and practitioners where she’s addressed a wide range of health issues with a focus on the role that digestion plays in maintaining a healthy immune system.www.naturessources.comEvery year at this time, Halloween, Thanksgiving, then Christmas, we're bombarded with the sight of sugared treats in our own home, and parties to match.While we're aware of the dangers of sugar connected to weight gain, I am unsure how many are aware of the connection between sugar and disease. Cancer, heart disease and my guess are sugar can be connected to almost [...]

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Leave Sheeple Behind Think For Yourself

In this episode we discuss the Prospective Urban Rural Epidemiology (PURE) published in The Lancet found an association between saturated fat and living longer.Also, is our choice in food killing our economy and Aging is the number 1 killer around the globe. Lobbyists are making good progress towards classifying aging as a disease. Now let's see, what is their incentive to classify age as a disease?Could it be for yet another up and coming medication that will be marketed in a way that makes us feel even more broken having to rely on big pharma to keep us alive?Saturated fats have been controversial for decades. Doctors tell us to limit saturated fat, but a recent study has many people questioning their advice.Prospective Urban Rural Epidemiology (PURE) [...]

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Unique, Proven Flu Prevention Tips

Centers of Disease Control and Prevention says it’s time to prepare for the 2018-2019 flu season now, especially coming off of a horrible season that killed more children than any other non-pandemic year on record.Dr. Ken Redcross, board-certified internal medicine physician and author of, “Bond: The 4 Cornerstones of a Lasting and Caring Relationship with Your Doctor,” says, if just one person in your household comes down with the flu, it can just take a few hours for it to spread to everyone. In fact, it only takes one sick person’s cough to spread 2,000 virus-laden droplets into the air!Having a strong immune system is key to protection and keeping it clean from the inside out, including your environmental surroundings, can make the difference in [...]

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Russian Roulette With Your Health

In this episode Dr Webster and I will discuss: Dangers of certain Antibiotics Sharing Your Love Life with Your Cardiologist Signs and dangers of High and low Cortisol.  While we've all seen and heard the warnings of medication on a commercial, we tend to dismiss or not heed their warnings. I believe it's often due to the upbeat, happy voice of the talent reading the script. Imagine having a doctor read the same script slowly without high energy happy emotion in his/her voice. Would that make us stop and be reluctant to run to a doctor for medication? I guess that may depend on how "sick" you really are. One thing not mentioned on this warning below are genetic factors. Some people are simply [...]

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Your New doctor & Patient Concerns

Dr. Jane Orient Your doctor might not be dedicated to (or skilled at) finding the correct diagnosis or best treatment for you.re The De-sciencing of American Medicine and What It Means to You. Darrell Kirch of the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), intends to redefine what makes a good doctor. Physicians who reveal an improper attitude are being purged now So where does this leave patients? They might lose their trusted, highly skilled physician, who was dedicated to making them well but who revealed a politically incorrect belief that is irrelevant to their care... Your doctor might not be dedicated to (or skilled at) finding the correct diagnosis or best treatment for you. That might even be contrary to his/her duty to improve population health [...]

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Results don’t lie

In the health space, in particular, too many people play to too many agendas and vomit their inconclusive biases in studies with data that lacks consideration for every conceivable variable. To do this would almost be impossible or at the very least cost prohibitive. So, what are we left with? Many unknowns that could give us the answers we desire and need to make an informed decision based on all of facts/data rather than partial which could affect our health or the goals we're trying to reach. Headlines are sensational and confuse those who've benefitted from their way of thinking and living. With partial or minimal data and sample size studies (subjects in a study) being spewed all over magazines, newspapers and the net, [...]

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Emotions Affect Performance

The Association for Applied Sports Psychology work with athletes, coaches, non-sport performers (dancers, musicians), business professionals, and military, firefighters, police). Dr. Kristen Dieffenbach, an executive board member, and Certified Mental Performance Consultant will discuss emotion regulation for athletes and non-athletes and the science behind it. In this episode, we discuss how each emotion has the potential to either help or hinder performance whether you're an athlete or non-athlete in the work-place. Many non-athletes need to use emotional regulation techniques in their every day lives/at work. Those with high-pressure jobs (business professionals), high-risk occupations (firefighters, police, military, etc.) and performers (dancers, musicians) can use emotional regulation to succeed, survive or perfect their craft. How are emotional regulation techniques different for athletes, performers, business professionals, etc.? [...]

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