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  • 01:06

    HH • Do you have CHRONIC FATIGUE syndrome?

    in Health

    Are you tired when you wake up, dragging yourself through the day?  Do you dread company, going to the grocery, cooking...because you just don't have the energy to get everything done? Do you need caffeine or some "boost" to make to the 5 O'clock quitting time; when you go home a collapse?  Do you go on using sheer willpower to keep up with your life commitments?


    Do you have chronic fatigue syndrome? Allergies?  High blood sugar?  Do you feel like a slug by the end of the day?  Join us as we publically demonstrate our fatigue software that can help you BioAcoustically identify what is going on with your metabolism - Be a volunteer


    Sound Health Options 

  • 00:38

    Burnout and Chronic Fatigue in Women with Fleur Appleby-Deen

    in Health

    On this episode of The Period Party, Nat & Nicole talk with Dr. Fleur Appleby-Deen MBBS BSc (hons), a Mind Body Medicine Doctor who coaches and advises on prevention and recovery from the effects of stress, burnout and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). She is a qualified Medical Doctor and Yoga Instructor with a wealth of education in nutrition, meditation and spiritual development from teachers in India, Bali, England and California. 

    Here are the highlights of what we cover during this episode: 

    What exactly is burnout? And, what is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)?
    What types of people burnout? 
    How to prevent burnout: the top 5 tips.

    After experiencing severe burnout and CFS in her 20's from working in Accident and Emergency, Dr. Fleur had to change everything about her life to get well. In so doing, she embarked upon a journey to discover what we humans really need to make us feel alive and happy. 

    She made it her life’s mission to assist others in healing from weird and wonderful illnesses that could not be solved with a magic pill. This journey has not only taught her about how best to take care of body, mind and spirit, but taken her into the deeper mysteries of life, giving deep perspective and awakening to the joy of life, whether illness is present or not. 

    Dr. Fleur encourages us to step out of the matrix, question our conditioning and instead choose our own beliefs. She pushes us to follow our dreams and live a life that feels authentic and rich.


  • 00:55

    How to find willpower when you have a chronic illness

    in Self Help

    In this encore presentation, Colin Robertson's shares that willpower has been defined as the ability to resist short-term temptations in order to meet long-term goals. Isn’t it just self-control by another name?  Nope… according to this week’s expert guest on The Autoimmune Hour on Life Interrupted Radio. 

    Willpower expert Colin Robertson helps us decode willpower and why it’s a powerful place to tap when you have a chronic illness. As a researcher of performance psychology, he will share with you the cutting-edge research on how to focus your mind, withstand temptation and reclaim your health and life. You will learn how to create the habit of health with his easy to implement techniques on: 

    • How to set yourself up to succeed 
    • Why creating the right environment is imperative
    • Easy ways to overcome even the hardest days
    • What to do when the Zeignarik Effect intervenes
    • How to stay powerful, positive and resourceful 

  • 02:01

    Bee Venom Therapy Protocol for treating Lyme and Chronic Infections Episode #10

    in Health

    In this segment we will actually be narrating the entire written protocol for treating Lyme and Chronic Infections. Each and every word will be said.

    We realize that reading is very difficult for us to comprehend how to perform BVT properly.

    It seems like Amber & I are seeing many of the same questions, again & again. We want to teach you how to fish for information and provide you the needed resources for this essential information. 

    Please listen to this episode again, and again, and again....it often takes 3 to 6 times to understand & retain all the data. 

    I personally have concerns that as BVT grows (which it will with her new book Pioneers:  Pioneers: Healing Lyme With Bee Venom Therapy) within the Lyme and other communities, Amber will burn out and not bee able to keep personally answering all the same questions a hundred times.

    We want to help, we want to answer your questions ~ that's why we offer the radio show as a means to let you continue to learn. So listen up and take note, we're gonna turn ya into a fisherman!!!

    I strongly encourage you all to utilize this information, take advantage of it and fish for yourselves.

    This is a LIVE show just like our LIVE bees which offer us 100% of the healing effects of the venom. I hope you'll create an BlogTalkRadio account and join in this conversation. Post your questions on the wall and we'll answer them on the show!

  • 01:00

    Chronic Pain Can Be Overcome with my co-host Joey Giggles

    in Spirituality

    Joseph Aquilino, AKA Joey Giggles is a Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy sufferer and RSD/chronic pain advocate. Come learn about Joey's personal journey as he discusses all of the various therapies he has experienced. Joey gives his opinions on what works for RSD pain. Joey is very successful despite his RSD with a large presence on social media, blogtalkradio shows and in the pain advocacy world. He's also very involved in global peace movements.  He is the CEO of the JGF Foundation.

    To reach out or listen to Joey:






  • 00:46

    Chronic pain and PTSD frequently co-occur. What you need to know.

    in Health

    Chronic pain and PTSD frequently co-occur and they can interact in such a way that negatively impacts the course of treatment for either condition. However, integrated treatment programs are available that effectively address both conditions.

    What is PTSD? PTSD is a mental health conditions that can develop in response to a traumatic event. Traumatic events are defined as experiences which involve death or the threat of death, serious injury, or sexual violence. Even witnessing a traumatic event happening to others, or learning that a close relative or close friend was exposed to trauma can result in PTSD.

    It is important to know that experiencing emotional distress immediately after trauma is common and normal and happens to many people. Perhaps they cannot stop thinking about the trauma, experience tension and anxiety, and may be hesitant to approach trauma reminders in the first couple of weeks. For most individuals, these symptoms naturally decrease over time and then they go on with their lives. However, for some people, a traumatic event can cause severe and persistent emotional distress that will not recover naturally and result in PTSD.

    For people who are experiencing chronic pain after a potentially traumatic event, it is not uncommon to develop symptoms of PTSD in this context as well. For example, scientific studies found high rates of concurrent PTSD and chronic pain among burn victims, motor vehicle accident survivors, veterans, and survivors of sexual and physical assault. And of course, people who suffer from chronic pain can develop PTSD following a traumatic event that is unrelated to their pain (and vice versa).

    There are several ideas as to how chronic pain and PTSD develop and how they are related to each other. There is an agreement that prolonged avoidance is associated with the development and maintenance of symptoms for both conditions.

  • 00:54

    Is Grain Causing Your Chronic Pain?

    in Health

    This week’s guest on Life Interrupted Radio is Dr. Peter Osborne, known as the “Gluten Free Warrior” and author of No Grain, No Pain: A 30-Day Diet for Eliminating Chronic Pain — For Life. He will share easy ways to relieve pain and heal in ways most other professionals will never tell you because most don't even know!  

    If you suffer from unexplained pain or know someone who does you have to listen to this episode of Life Interrupted Radio, Dr. Osborne will share: 

    Why foods you’ve always been told were ‘healthy’ may actually be making you sick. 
    What is “Leaky Gut” and why your doctor may dismiss it
    How painkillers and other drugs deplete your body of vitamins and minerals vital to healing, actually aggravating the root cause of pain. 
    Why just because you don’t test positive for celiac disease doesn’t mean you aren’t sensitive to gluten. 
    Why removing all grains (and certain other foods) can eliminate chronic pain once and for all. 

    Dr. Peter Osborne founded Gluten Free Society in 2010 to help educate patients and physicians on the far reaching effects of gluten sensitivity.  He is the author of Glutenology, a series of books designed to help educate the world about gluten. His latest book No Grain, No Pain: A 30-Day Diet for Eliminating Chronic Pain — For Life. He has helped thousands of patients recover from mysterious medical illnesses. Learn more about Dr. Osborne and “No Grain, No Pain” at www.NoGrainNoPainBook.com

  • 00:52

    Does Your Chronic Pain Hold A Story?

    in Women

    Does Your Chronic Pain Hold A Story?

    Let’s talk about the stories we tell our selves. We all tell our self all kinds of stories —  often they include stories of what illness and wellness mean… and  when you have an autoimmune, or chronic condition, those stories may be even more complex after being told it’s all in your head….  

    One thing I’ve discovered through my autoimmune healing journey is that it’s both a physical and mental healing that happens. Oh, those mind games that we can play…. 

    On this episode of The Autoimmune Hour on Life Interrupted Radio we welcome Bev Martin who I love to describe as “a sort of a soul storyteller.” Bev will share with you: 

    Why where you are is not who you are.
    How to know the difference between “what I’m experiencing” and “who I am.”
    Learn simple ways to help remember who you are 
    Easy ways to move from how things are to how you’d like them to be

    About Our Guest

    Bev Martin is what I a “soul storyteller.” She shares with you deep listening so that you can hear the wisdom inside of ourselves. She advocates for wise choosing and strategic thinking, allowing for both your head and your heart to weigh in on important choice points in your life.

    Bev is a master practitioner and trainer of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). She is certified as an NLP HEALTH facilitator, a clinical hypnotherapist , a professional coach and a certified facilitator of Clean Language and Symbolic Modeling. Learn more about Bev and her amazing work at www.BevMartin.com.

    #Autoimmune #LifeInterrupted

  • 01:11

    Suffering in Silence - The Stigma Associated with Chronic Disease

    in Health

    So many people suffer with chronic illness and do so silently.  That may seem strange to you if you’re healthy but there is a stigma surrounding chronic illness’s such as Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Epstein Barr Virus, Lyme Disease and hell I’m even going throw in Menopause. The stigma comes in when the disease/illness isn’t obvious.  Our society associates illness with runny noses, broken bones and trauma; things we can see.  However the illnesses I just mentioned don’t necessarily have visual effects, it’s not obvious that the person is suffering yet suffering they are I can assure you. But what about the people who say, “You don’t look sick. You’re probably doing it for attention”

    I’m joined by two very brave ladies of our community, Ms Toxic Goddess and Miss Taphophile both of whom are suffering from one or more of these illnesses.  Why do I say they’re brave? Because of the stigma I just mentioned but lets add another element to this. Both of these ladies are Dominatrixes. How can you be strong and confident when you feel like crap?  And doesn’t that make them less effective?  Are they less of a Domme if they aren’t feeling strong?  Unfortunately there are people who would say if you’re sick you suck.



  • 00:24

    about chronic pain family

    in Health

    talking about our chronic pain family

  • 00:22

    Chronic Disease and Prevention

    in Health

    September 3, 2015: Chronic diseases are widespread in this country, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that almost half of adults have at least one chronic health condition, and a quarter of adults have two or more.

    Chronic diseases are also often deadly – responsible for seven of the top 10 causes of death in the U.S., and expensive – accounting for 86% of our nation’s total health care costs.

    The good news is chronic diseases are largely preventable.

    In today’s episode of Move Forward Radio, a physical therapist talks about chronic disease prevention, both in terms of a physical therapist’s role in preventing chronic disease, and in terms of our own role taking responsibility for our long-term health.

    Download the podcast on iTunes.

    Learn more about physical therapy at MoveForwardPT.com.