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Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue are horrible and debilitating conditions that weren’t even recognized as diagnosable conditions until very recently. Doctors would routinely say to their patients that it was just something in their head, to suck it up and prescribe them an anti-depressant. It wasn’t their fault as such. They simply didn’t have any training to be able to do anything about it and often felt frustrated that they could not help their patients.
Luckily, today we know better, but these conditions are still difficult to manage and are in many cases “incurable”. There are no known medical cure treatments for either of these to this day.
Turning to natural health strategies, however, there are many nutrition and lifestyle habits that can dramatically improve the quality of life, decrease the pain and make life enjoyable again for sufferers of these life draining conditions.
In this episode, Dr. Budweiser, founder of Weiser Living will discuss these two conditions and reveal what strategies he would suggest for a healthy and vibrant life with Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue
You will learn:
So What Exactly Is Fibromyalgia And Chronic Fatigue?
Signs & Symptoms Of Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue
The Difference Between The Two
What Causes Them?
The Link To Adrenal Fatigue
The Link To Leaky Gut
Is There Any Help?
Foods That Aggravate & That You Should Avoid
Top Foods & Habits To Fight For Your Wellness
How Magnesium Can Help
The Emotional Connection & EFT
… and much, much more!
So stay tuned for another energizing 30 minutes with Dr. Budweiser!
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Show Topic: Gaudenzia is the story of a horse. What happened to this horse? Why did this horse become a symbol in the Recovery community at large, the Daytop community specifically. Gaudenzia at one time was celebrated in place of Halloween in the Daytop residential treatment facilities. We'll discuss Gaudenzia and how it relates and connects to those striving to achieve recovery from substance abuse
Show Segments: Recap, Letters from the President, Show Topic, Recovery Support Time
Brought to you by The American Public Safety Training Institute (TAPSTI) www.tapsti.org, this 2 hour session will review juvenile correctional counseling and rehabilitation within the prison system. From 1991 through to 2003, the number of juveniles housed in residential programs increased by 27 percent such that there were 96,000 juveniles across the country who were housed in residential programs (Snyder & Sickmund, 2006). Many of these had mental health issues including major depression, anxiety disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, conduct disorder, or obsessive-compulsive disorder. The juvenile justice system in this country is faced with the same challenges as our adult correctional system in serving youth who may have one or more mental health disorders. Using Albert Robert's work entitled "Correctional Counseling and Treatment" we will take a look at the assessment, classification, and treatment of juvenile offenders, risks of reoffending, and family inteventions.
8p ET/7p CT Wednesday, September 2, 2015: Dial 347-850-8486 to discover natural & scientific ways to overcome Fibromyalgia. FIBROMYALGIA affects millions of people every year in the U.S.
Do you or someone you know struggle with widespread muscle pain, constant fatigue, sleep problems, concentration issues, irritable bowel syndrome, headaches, facial pain, depression, painful menstrual periods, dizziness, mood changes, and heightened sensitivity to noise/odors/bright lights/and touch? Fibromyalgia is a fairly chronic condition that is often hard to diagnose and difficult to treat. It currently affects roughly 9 million to 10 million people, mostly women, in the U.S.
Root Cause Radio interviews Dr. Maxwell Nartey, founder of Symtometry, on September 2nd to share:
what really is the cause of fibromyalgia
how does Symptometry define fibromyalgia
why does fibromyalgia affect more women than men
how to overcome fibromyalgia once-and-for-all
Access this show and all podcasts at www.RootCauseRadio.com.
Root Cause Radio ~ Sharing the Secrets of Optimal Health
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Show Topic: It is usually after a 18-24 month treatment and recovery process that an addict who enters treatment, successfully completes treatment and all the necessary phases, is ready to present themselves for Graduation. The potential Under Graduate must submit what can only be called a summarized life story thesis focusing on where they were, where they are, and where they're going. We'll discuss what constitutes an Under Graduate. Though essentially they're all different, they all have had to accomplish similar goals to achieve UnderGraduate status.
Show Segments: Recap, Show Topic, Recovery Support Time
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Special Guest: Odell Johnson - Teacher, Trainer, Facilitator on incorporating Mindfulness into institutional and personal recovery formats. Odell is also certified in what can be viewed currently as "non-traditional" practices geared towards one's personal growth and well being. We'll talk to Odell about his journey, how Mindfulness works in theory and in practice, and it's application in Recovery. We'll also touch base on the other stratgeies he utilizes to help others achieve optimal growth
Show segments: Recap, Special Guest Interview, Recovery Support Time
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It's been a year since we went "live" with this idea to do a live podcast, talking about substance abuse treatment, recovery, Daytop, OCG, and all things in between as it relates to recovery.....or not! Our 1st show (10/24/14) hastily came together to honor Daytop's founder, the Monsignor William B. O'Brien, who passed away on 10/19/2014. Although we didn't officially start our recovery themed podcast until November 18th, 2014, in reflection, it was fitting that our first show was honoring a man who made recovery possible for so many. We will do a little year in review.
Many patients at some point decide that it is time to consider other options other than IVF, donor sperm or donor egg, or surrogacy. Host Dawn Davenport, Executive Director of Creating a Family, the national infertility & adoption education and support nonprofit, interviews Pat Irwin Johnson, speaker and author of Adopting: Sound Choices, Strong Families; and Stella Gilgur-Cook, LCSW and assistant director of outreach Spence-Chapin Services to Families & Children.
For a discussion of this show, go to our blog tomorrow http://creatingafamily.org/blog/.
Creating a Family has many free resources related to this topic on our website at www.CreatingaFamily.org.
If you enjoyed this show, we would very much appreciate you leaving us a review on iTunes. Either go to this website (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id266386337) or if you have iTunes on your phone, tablet or computer, simply type in "Creating a Family", click on Ratings/Reviews, and click on the # of stars. It only takes a moment and it really helps others find us. Thanks.
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Ted Izydor, who is a licensed mental health and addiction professional, talks about the addiction treatment field and why people relapse so often after completing treatment. Ted highlights the work of John Kelly and William White authors of the book, Addiction Recovery Management, and how new models of treating addiction as a long term chronic disease could benefit people in recovery. The short term acute model of addiction treatment is examined and compared to adopting a long term model of treatment such as with hypertension and diabetes. The benefits of this is highlighted.
A lot of research is being done in immunotherapy for myeloma that is leading to new treatment options for patients. Dr. Ivan Borrello of John Hopkins is working on a completely, novel approach. This involves enhancing white blood cells to create a customized immunotherapy for patients. The T-cells from the patient's bone marrow are extracted, enhanced, and expanded in the lab, and are given back to the patient, allowing for a more specific immune response targeting the proteins found on their myeloma cells. The use of bone marrow T cells is more precise than the use of cells from the blood which makes this therapy more effective. Join our myeloma panel talk on this new area of research, as they discuss the difference between CAR-T cells and MILs (marrow infilterating lymphocytes), and how body's natural immune cell growth can be used to fight myeloma.
Kristin Jacobson, Founder, Board Chair, President & Executive Director ADEC Foundation
As part of a more than 20-year career in health care marketing and reimbursement, Kristin has advocated for autism related causes since 2006. She led a multi-year statewide effort to pass autism insurance reform in California and was a principal drafter of SB 946, signed into California law by Governor Jerry Brown in 2011. Subsequent to the passage of SB 946, Kristin was appointed to the Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC)’s Autism Advisory Task Force to help draft recommendations regarding medically-necessary behavioral health treatment. In 2009, Kristin co-founded Autism Deserves Equal Coverage to help families and providers access health care treatment through private insurance and in 2013 founded Autism Deserves Equal Coverage Foundation as a companion non-profit organization. She also is a member of the Consumer Advisory Panel to the California Department of Insurance under Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones. She has been featured as an autism insurance expert by many news organizations, including The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, National Public Radio, KQED, KGO, ABC, NBC and Fox News.
All Autism Talk (allautismtalk.com) is sponsored by Autism Spectrum Therapies (autismtherapies.com) and Trellis Services (trellisservices.com) and Learn It Systems (learnitsystems.com)