How to Treat Your Sinusitis Without Medications [Podcast 83]

Originally at: https://doctorstevenpark.com/sinusitis?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=sinusitis

Sinus infections with pain and pressure are all-too-common this time of the year. Please join Kathy and me as we reveal:

  • Why your sinus infection may not be an infection al all
  • What many doctors (even ENTs) may miss when treating sinusitis
  • How to treat your sinus symptoms without using antibiotics
  • How sinus pain may be linked to anxiety
  • Alternative ways of treating your sinus condition.

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Shownotes:

Heal Your Headache by Dr. David Buchholz 

Sinus And Migraine Study

Sleep Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired 

Reflux and chronic sinusitis 

OSA and reflux

CPAP reduces reflux

Pepsin in middle ear

Pepsin and H. pylori in maxillary sinus

Pepsin and lungs

Macrolide antibiotics and anti-inflammatory properties

Biaxin and chronic sinusitis in Japanese study

DISE in AHI < 5 study

Anxiety podcast

Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers by Dr. Robert Sapolsky 

Unstuff your stuffy nose free report 

Acupuncture studies

Myofunctional therapy studies

Janet Bennet of ijustwanttosleep.com

 

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The Gut Biome and How It Can Affect Your Sleep & Weight [Podcast 82]

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In this age of fecal transplants, the gut biome is a popular topic that everyone is talking about. What is the gut biome and how is it related to your sleep quality? How can the bacteria in your gut prevent you from losing weight? 

Please join Kathy and me as we answer the above questions and more.

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Show Notes:

What is the gut biome?

How sleep affects the gut biome (good review article on Huffington Post)

Another article on sleep loss and gut bacteria

How stress affects the gut biome

Sleep Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired 

Melatonin/circadian rhythm and gut biome

How excessive exercise negatively affects the gut

Gut biome and insomnia and circadian disorders

Gut dysbiosis and Vitamin D

Glyphosate as an antibiotic

Glyphosate graph

Glyphosate affects Vitamin D conversion in liver by p450 enzyme

Antibiotics in young children linked with higher rate of obesity

Vaginal delivery vs. C-section gut bacteria

Breast fed vs. bottle gut biome

14 Steps

Reduce stress

Cut out children’s activities

Animal proteins are important 

7 hours of sleep

Eat high fiber foods – pre-biotics 

Timing of meals: Eat every 4 hours or intermittent fasting

Avoid fad diets

5 Korean foods to help you quit sugar

Avoid MSG

Minimize antibiotics

Eat healthy 

Probiotics / Fermented foods

Sweat every day

Eat dirt

Avoid processed foods

Dr. Mark Hyman:

Eat whole unrefined foods

Majority vegetable/plant based foods

Good fats

Supplement smartly

Add more coconut to diet

Remove inflammatory fat

Add fiber rich foods

Eat fermented foods

Call to action: Focus on your poop.

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Sleep Talk: Episode 50 – Sleeping in the Heat

Originally at: https://sleephub.com.au/podcast-50/

Episode 50: Sleeping in the Heat

When the weather gets warm it can be harder to sleep. But what does the heat actually do to sleep and what can be done to help sleep better on hot nights? To help answer these questions we talk with Dr Kazue Okamoto-Mizuno from Tohoku Fukoshi Univeristy, Sendai, Japan. Dr Okamoto-Mizuno has researched the relationship between sleep and temperature for 20 years.

Dr Moira Junge (Health Psychologist) and Dr David Cunnington (Sleep Physician) host the monthly podcast, Sleep Talk – Talking all things sleep.

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Audio Timeline / Chapters:

  • 00:00 – 03:37 Introduction
  • 03:37 – 22:33 Theme – Sleeping in the Heat
  • 22:33 – 23:43 Clinical Tip
  • 23:43 – 28:50 Pick of the Month
  • 28:50 – 29:59 What’s Coming Up?

Next episode: Sleep in Teenagers

Links mentioned in the podcast: 

Presenters:

Guest interviews:

Dr Kazue Okamoto-Mizuno is a researcher from Tohoku Fukoshi Univeristy, Sendai, Japan. Dr Okamoto-Mizuno’s original research was on textiles, which led to researching the effect of temperature on sleep. Dr Okamoto-Mizuno has been researching the relationship between sleep and temperature for 20 years and published a number of peer reviewed papers on the topic. 

Links to Dr Okamoto-Mizuno’s research can be found via her Research Gate page.

 

Regular hosts:

Dr Moira JungeDr Moira Junge is a health psychologist working in the sleep field, who has considerable experience working with people with sleeping difficulties in a multidisciplinary practice using a team-based approach. Moira is actively involved with the Australasian Sleep Association (ASA) and a board member of the Sleep Health Foundation. She has presented numerous workshops for psychologists and is involved with Monash University with teaching and supervision commitments. She is one of the founders and clinic directors at Yarraville Health Group which was established in 1998. In addition to her expertise in sleep disorders, her other areas of interest and expertise include smoking cessation, psychological adjustment to chronic illness, and grief and loss issues.

 

Dr David CunningtonDr David Cunnington is a sleep physician and director …