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#974: MM- Cell Phones May Cause Memory Development Problems in Youth

Posted on: Thu, Aug 16, 2018, at 5:03 am

It’s time to put your cell phone down!  This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute.  A new study from The Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute has found a link between cell phone use and memory development issues.  This is believed to be caused by the electromagnetic fields that cellular devices pro-ject.  The study consisted of 700 swiss adolescents and focused on the effects of the fields when a cell phone is being held up to the ear.  The part of the brain that controls the development of figural memory is located on the right side of the brain.  The researchers found that this area was affected when people held their phone to the right side of their head to talk.  It may be time to bust out the old headphones and Bluetooth ear pieces.  This Stay Young Medical Minute is brought to you by Executive Medicine of Texas, a leader in preventative and proactive medicine. Learn why patients from around the globe trust Executive Medicine of Texas to their health. Visit EMTexas.com that’s EMTexas.com. Read more! Thank you for listening to the Staying Young Medical Minute! With all the mixed messages on health, you … Continue reading #974: MM- Cell Phones May Cause Memory Development Problems in Youth

#973: Sleep Apnea

Posted on: Wed, Aug 15, 2018, at 6:02 pm

Show Topic: Sleep Apnea Co-Hosts:  Judy Gaman, Walter Gaman, Mark Anderson Guest: Charles Powell, MD in studio Segment 1: What is sleep apnea? Why is it called the silent killer? Symptoms associated with OSA (examples)?as per google (with Dr. Powell’s comments to each): “Sleep: excessive daytime sleepiness, snoring, gasping during sleep, or insomnia Respiratory: episodes of no breathing, breathing through the mouth, loud breathing, or shortness of breath Behavioral: hyperactivity or irritability Cognitive: lack of concentration or memory loss Urinary: bedwetting or excessive urination at night Also common: fatigue, depression, dry mouth, headache, reduced sex drive, sore throat, or teeth grinding” DOC SHOCK Okay, I’ve said it before and I will say it again?your gut microbiome affects everything!  A recent study out of University of Virginia School of Medicine suggests that a mother’s microbiome is key to the neurological development of their baby.  They have linked an UNHEALTHY gut microbiome to autism and other neurological disorders.  Crazy right?  Well, not really.  Your microbiome affects your immune system, which in turn affects the development of your unborn offspring’s immune system.  It is suggested that expectant mothers take probiotics to prevent an unhealthy microbiome.  A healthy mom equals a healthy baby.    Read … Continue reading #973: Sleep Apnea

#682: MM- The Non-Productive Corporate Lunch

Posted on: Tue, Aug 14, 2018, at 5:01 am

Is your company killing productivity at lunch? This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. Many companies bring in lunch for their employees either on a regular basis or as a treat. The options they choose could mean the difference between a productive day or a total loss. Choosing foods that are fresh and contain few carbohydrates is best. Meats are good as other sources of protein,, but when it comes to desert, skip the cakes and sweet treats. Instead opt for things like fresh fruit or sorbet. Heavy meals make you tired and slow down cognition while your body sends everything it has to help aid in digestion. The lunch options you chose could affect important decisions, costing you time and money in the future. Think of your employees as the gears in your company and the food they eat as the oil that keeps them moving. Remember, everyone wants a well-oiled machine so choose food wisely. For more unique and useful health information on more than 100 different topics, visit STAY YOUNG AMERICA DOT COM where you can also find my book, Aged to Perfection, How to Thrive to 100, Happy Healthy & Wise. … Continue reading #682: MM- The Non-Productive Corporate Lunch

#681: MM- Organic and Non-GMO: What’s the Big Deal?

Posted on: Mon, Aug 13, 2018, at 5:03 am

Have you heard everyone talking about eating organic or non-GMO? You’re probably wondering, hey, what’s the big deal. This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. Organically grown foods and non-GMO foods are healthier and easier on your body at a cellular level. Genetically Modified Foods or GMO foods come from what we call “Round-up” crops. That’s because they have been genetically modified to survive being sprayed with the same chemical that is used in the product Round-up, the one you use to kill weeds in your yard. The farmers wanted a way to kill the weeds, but not the produce. But guess what? We haven’t been genetically modified to consume these chemically sprayed foods. So, it’s best to avoid them. Read labels, look for non-GMO ? your body will thank you. Get started today by visiting STAY YOUNG AMERICA DOT COM. Our website is loaded with valuable information on more than 100 different health topics. Your body will thank you, for visiting STAY YOUNG AMERICA DOT COM. Thank you for listening to the Stay Young Medical Minutes! With all the mixed messages on health, you need information that you can use and that you can … Continue reading #681: MM- Organic and Non-GMO: What’s the Big Deal?

Bonus Content: Part 4- A Discussion on Burnout with Jennifer Marcenelle, RN, BSN, Holistic Nurse

Posted on: Sun, Aug 12, 2018, at 5:02 pm

Jennifer Marcenelle, MBA, RN, BSN, Board Certified Holistic Nurse specializes in burnout. She sits down with Judy Gaman of the Staying Young Radio Show for a special chat session on burnout. Learn what Burnout is Understand the causes Environmental causes of stress ? EMF exposure Jennifer’s personal journey from burnout to burn bright! Learn more about Jennifer Marcenelle at  www.burnbrighthealth.com Learn more about Judy Gaman and the Staying Young Show at  www.StayYoungAmerica.com Check out this episode!

Best of: Stress in America

Posted on: Sun, Aug 12, 2018, at 5:00 am

Today we are talking about the stress epidemic and how stress is making us age prematurely. Not only will we talk about the causes, we will give you tips on how to tone down your own stress and live again In this episode we discuss:  Describe the physiological changes the body undergoes when it is stressed. Discus the “on” factor ? phones, emails, growing to-do lists, overscheduling Blue light and the effect on proper sleep Inflammation from chronic stress MSU What do we see our patients stressing over and how can we help them Also,  Common effects of stress on your body Headache Muscle tension or pain Chest pain Fatigue Change in sex drive Stomach upset Sleep problems Allergies   Common effects of stress on your mood Anxiety Restlessness or bad dreams Lack of motivation or focus Feeling overwhelmed Irritability or anger ? quick to temper Sadness or depression   Common effects of stress on your behavior Overeating or undereating Angry outbursts Drug or alcohol abuse Tobacco use Social withdrawal Exercising less often  We also talk about:  The link between exercise, yoga, meditation, prayer and stress reduction. How terrorism is causing low grade chronic stress and the health consequences How … Continue reading Best of: Stress in America

#679: MM- When is the Best Time to Eat?

Posted on: Sat, Aug 11, 2018, at 5:00 am

Are you the kind of person who skips breakfast or lives for that midnight snack? When you eat could affect how fast you age. This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. Our cells depend on us to feed them and feed them at the right time. Eating a balanced breakfast, especially one that contains protein helps fuel the body and start the day off right. We need food at times when we utilize it the most. Therefore, eating right before bed is a no-no. Why? Because your body can’t metabolize it the same way and reacts in a way that causes cellular damage and inflammation. Inflammation, especially on a cellular level, is the root cause of most diseases. Keep a schedule that helps you help yourself ? eat breakfast within the first hour os waking and your last meal at least 3 hours before you go to bed. You have the power to live a healthier future! Get started today by visiting STAY YOUNG AMERICA DOT COM. Our website is loaded with valuable information on more than 100 different health topics. Your body will thank you, for visiting STAY YOUNG AMERICA DOT COM. Thank you … Continue reading #679: MM- When is the Best Time to Eat?

Bonus Content: Part 3- A Discussion on Burnout with Jennifer Marcenelle, RN, BSN, Holistic Nurse

Posted on: Sat, Aug 11, 2018, at 5:00 am

Jennifer Marcenelle, MBA, RN, BSN, Board Certified Holistic Nurse specializes in burnout. She sits down with Judy Gaman of the Staying Young Radio Show for a special chat session on burnout. Learn what Burnout is Understand the causes Environmental causes of stress ? EMF exposure Jennifer’s personal journey from burnout to burn bright! Learn more about Jennifer Marcenelle at  www.burnbrighthealth.com Learn more about Judy Gaman and the Staying Young Show at  www.StayYoungAmerica.com Check out this episode!

Bonus Content: Part 2- A Discussion on Burnout with Jennifer Marcenelle, RN, BSN, Holistic Nurse

Posted on: Fri, Aug 10, 2018, at 5:01 am

Jennifer Marcenelle, MBA, RN, BSN, Board Certified Holistic Nurse specializes in burnout. She sits down with Judy Gaman of the Staying Young Radio Show for a special chat session on burnout. Learn what Burnout is Understand the causes Environmental causes of stress ? EMF exposure Jennifer’s personal journey from burnout to burn bright! Learn more about Jennifer Marcenelle at  www.burnbrighthealth.com Learn more about Judy Gaman and the Staying Young Show at  www.StayYoungAmerica.com Check out this episode!

#678: MM- Exercise to Reduce Wrinkles

Posted on: Fri, Aug 10, 2018, at 5:01 am

How old do you feel? How old do you look? This is Judy Gaman and this is your Stay Young Medical Minute. If you’re looking or feeling old these days, it’s probably because you aren’t getting enough exercise in. Each day you should be taking about 10,000 steps. Unfortunately, most of us miss that mark. A good exercise routine includes flexibility, cardio, and muscle building. When you exercise regularly, you improve muscle tone, lose body fat, and reduce wrinkles. That’s right, you erase those age lines. Our body needs natural growth hormone to rebuild and maintain. The best way to get that is through regular exercise. What are you waiting for? Start tracking your steps to a younger you today. There’s so much to know about living healthy… and that’s why you can find all of our Medical Minutes and The Staying Young Radio Show at STAY YOUNG AMERICA DOT COM. Let us help you live better, live longer! Join me, at STAY YOUNG AMERICA DOT COM Thank you for listening to the Stay Young Medical Minute! With all the mixed messages on health, you need information that you can use and that you can trust. Listen in as the experts … Continue reading #678: MM- Exercise to Reduce Wrinkles

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