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Got ADHD? Have you ever thought about how thinking towards a goal plays a role in your focus issues? In this episode of Attention Talk Radio, ADHD coach Jeff Copper (www.digcoaching.com) summarizes and brings context to thinking and the material covered in four previous episodes: “ADHD and Working Memory: The Mind’s Eye” (http://tobtr.com/11950517); “ADHD and Working Memory: The Mind’s Voice” (http://tobtr.com/11950524); “ADHD: Playing with Information in Your Mind: The Mind’s Playground (http://tobtr.com/11957897); and ADHD: Thinking and Mental Effort (http://tobtr.com/11928372). Jeff talks about the focus problems of ADHD, the different processes of thinking, and relates them to appearance-based challenges of ADHD to help you understand why many strategies sound good but don't work. Understand the "why" behind parts of ADHD to help you gain insight on "how" to problem-solve to find what works. If you have ADHD and realize thinking is hard, don't miss this episode.
Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by Jeff Copper, attention and ADHD coach, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works.
Attention Talk Radio host Jeff Copper is an ADHD coach. To learn more about Jeff go to www.digcoaching.com.
In this episode, Dr. David Hanscom continues his discussion with Dr. Sue Carter, the former director of the Kinsey Institute and a world renowned scientist. She explains the role that oxytocin plays in lowering inflammation and reducing stress. In fact, under stress, the body produces large amounts of oxytocin, and this amazing hormone can help us make better judgments about who it is safe to connect with.
Sue Carter, PhD is the former director of the Kinsey Institute and a world renowned scientist. Her research program has discovered important new developmental functions for oxytocin and vasopressin, and implicated these hormones in the regulation of human connection and early social experiences. She is also studying oxytocin’s implications for controlling stress and chronic pain.
Star Trek medicine is here. Tune in to hear all about the treatments that offer TRUE health, with leading edge procedures that work to restore wellness.
Jennifer Miele specializes in medical research and nutrition with extensive studies and over 20 years of experience in the integrative health field. Her approaches include functional medicine to immunology, photodynamic therapies among others.
Ms. Miele is the co-founder and director of Baja Medgate in Baja California Mexico, the director of Nube Health Inc as well as a partner with Weber Medical.
Ms Miele is dedicated to ongoing research, education and training.
Ms Miele also holds an HONORIS CAUSA DOCTORATE Recognition by the Instituto Mexicano de Líderes de Excelencia (Mexico City) in the area of medical research.
The Therapy Outcomes in Post-Acute Care Settings (TOPS) study commissioned by AOTA and APTA found that physical therapy and occupational therapy are connected to positive impacts on patients in post-acute care settings. Members of the study’s advisory committee Sharmila Sandu J.D., Natalie Leland, PhD, OTR/L, BCG, FAOTA, FGSA, and Tracy Mroz, PhD, OTR/L, share key findings and what implications these findings have for CMS’ ongoing implementation of post-acute care payment system reforms. Read more about the study here: https://www.aota.org/Advocacy-Policy/Federal-Reg-Affairs/Therapy-Outcomes-Post-Acute-Settings.aspx
Kerry Mills Rutland, has worked solely with people with cognitive impairment since 2002. She founded Age Well Simply. Kerry has shared her expertise and vision in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, and China. She is the co-author of “I Care - A Handbook for Care Partners of People with Dementia” and she has most recently authored “Serving Residents with Dementia: Transformative Care Strategies for Assisted Living Providers.”
Kerry is a Certified Health and Wellness Coach and a trained practitioner in the Bredesen Protocol. In this capacity, she works with clients and their families, focusing on interventions that can stop the progression of cognitive impairment, including that of Alzheimer’s disease and in many cases, helps clients strengthen and repair lost cognition.
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CALABASAS, CA - Nader Javadi is a doctor with a solid history and standing. He has more than 25 years of experience as a physician that included time as a generalist, a surgeon, and a specialist in Oncology. He is triple-Board-Certified as an Internist, Hematologist, and Oncologist. For the past 18-plus years he has focused on fighting Cancer, with a depth of expertise and determination that are simply unmatched.
Dr. Javadi also established and runs an independent and dedicated Cancer treatment facility called Hope Health Center, located in Southern California. All of this highly specialized work, combined with his use of ground-breaking approaches like Precision Oncology, has shaped the doctor into a world-recognized authority on Cancer.
“From day one,” he says,” I realized there were things we could do with technology to provide better outcomes for the patient.” Sadly though, other doctors were not venturing into that territory, and this is one reason Dr. Javadi set up his own clinic.
This June, as Americans return to life after a long pandemic break, they are realizing much they knew has changed. This is true in the Cancer field as well. There are new ways of diagnosing, especially when it comes to identifying targets for customized therapy. There are new ways of treating Cancer, beyond the chemo routines and clinical trials. Some of those, like immunotherapy and combination therapy, were Dr. Javadi’s brave idea 8 to 10 years ago and have now become FDA-approved standard treatment protocols. This is another exciting new development he will discuss in his series this month.
To learn more about Dr. Javadi and his work, please visit his website: www.drnaderjavadi.com
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The show this Saturday, June 12, will continue my conversation with Erica. We are both excited to share with the audience the tips and tricks that we have learned from living life with our various autoimmune issues, BI, and Multiple Sclerosis.
I think that you're going to find this show to be very entertaining and informative! I hope that it may give you at least one idea which you can use in your own life! (And we PROMISE to TALK ABOUT THE HEELS HACK!!!)