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Sunday, October 30, 2016

The Thyroid Connection Summit Day 7: Learn how to manage stress in a healthy way!

DAY 7 (October 30, after 10am US eastern)
Today we’re talking about stress! It’s an everyday part of our lives and plays a major role in thyroid health (and so much more!). Learn how to manage stress in a healthy way! Also, enjoy a guided meditation from a world expert on the topic!

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James Gordon
Jim Gordon, MD
The Mind-Body Connection: A Guided Meditation
  • Healthy mind, healthy body!
  • Don’t worry, be happy
  • A guided meditation
Alan Christianson
Alan Christianson, NMD
The Adrenal-Thyroid Connection
  • I have adrenal fatigue, now what?
  • Which came first: adrenal or thyroid dysfunction?
  • Best supplements for adrenal fatigue
Sarah Ballantyne
Sarah Ballantyne, PhD
The Healing Power of Sleep
  • Lack of sleep and thyroid dysfunction
  • Daily routine for a good night’s sleep
  • Best habits for healthy sleep
David Haase
David Haase, MD
Training Your Brain to Relieve Stress Through Neurofeedback
  • The brain and thyroid connection
  • How to train your brain to relieve stress!
  • Neurofeedback explained

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Commentary & Thoughts:

Immediately after TTAC Live Symposium ended, and now we jump right in to these online teachings and lessons.

Commentary?  Sure, if there is time. Usually have the PDF transcripts available as a freebie just for taking the time to read these posts. I think there's one or two more summits by HTO, and then we'll get a summit time-out for a while. Give me a chance to go back and listen again to the ones we have and make some more commentary on some of the older posts too.

We I hope those reading and/or listening to summit talks are enjoying them as much as we are.

There is one more summit for 2016, which is the Fat Summit 2.

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Jim Gordon, MD

The Mind-Body Connection: A Guided Meditation

What You'll Learn -

Healthy mind, healthy body!
Don’t worry, be happy
A guided meditation


Transcript:  Jim Gordon, MD (PDF)
Website:  http://cmbm.org/



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Alan Christianson, NMD

The Adrenal-Thyroid Connection

What You'll Learn -

I have adrenal fatigue, now what?
Which came first: adrenal or thyroid dysfunction?
Best supplements for adrenal fatigue

Transcript:  Alan Christianson, NMD (PDF)

Regarding supplements...

Standard Process Drenamin and Biotics Research ADHS used to be good until both got compromised by cellulose infestation. Tossed a whole bottle of Drenamin into the trash. ADHS by BioticsResearch was already used up. Mannatech's Plus product was cellulose-free to begin with, and now IT, too, has cellulose in it now. So we tossed all the PLUS into the trash as well.

So it's down to finding a good clean herbal adaptogen. And for excess cortisol the herbal Cortisol-Ease by Elijah Free is good. BulkSupplements has DHEA by bulk with no other ingredients.

I remember from the Wilson's Syndrome website back in 2005 or 2006, there was an adrenal adaptogen that I got from Roy B. Kupsinel that was great. Of course, they did away with all the good stuff and also replaced with cellulose and "Other Ingredients" infested shit.

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Sarah Ballantyne, PhD

The Healing Power of Sleep

What You'll Learn -

Lack of sleep and thyroid dysfunction
Daily routine for a good night’s sleep
Best habits for healthy sleep

Transcript:  Sarah Ballantyne, PhD (PDF)

Yeah, with constant C1-C2 Alanto-Axial dysfunction and a sinking skull with meningeal compression and adhesions, it's hard as hell to get quality sleep. With a good occiput lift and Atlas adjustment, along with the full ABC and meningeal releases, I get a few days decent sleep. Because occipital neuralgia sucks.

Best habits would be get to bed at NIGHT, instead of after midnite. We are still working on that, and sometimes it's actually possible and other times, no.

Serrapeptase (one of the proteolytic systemic enzymes) is a life saver in more ways than one. Now my hubby has to have it. And after two days of an activation (therapeutic) dose, he found out just how great that stuff is, which I've known since 2006.. A week's worth of shoulder pain and he's like, "I'll try it in massive doses too".  Now hopefully, he'll help me pay for it too as it's super expensive and sometimes I had to do without. Now he realizes how much it is needed by both of us. It's a natural blood thinner, as is Cinnamon Bark essential oil.

And then we have the BeCalm which is a magnesium mix we get from the local health food store. Spray on Magnesium from Activation Products called Ease-Magnesium, or the other by Ancient Minerals.

And to calm and still the mind from OVER thinking at night. Inositol is great for relaxing and getting to sleep pronto.

"Inositol is 'nature's sleeping pill,'" writes Dr. Jonny Bowden in The Most Effective Natural Cures on Earth. "Taken before bedtime, it can significantly improve sleep quality. People who take it report a general relaxed feeling akin to having a few calming 'sleepy-time' teas."

Supplementing with inositol promotes calmness, and studies show it can ameliorate a wide range of mental health disorders including depression and anxiety, panic disorder, and obsessive-compulsive behavior.

Inositol has a two-pronged approach to improving sleep. First, it improves communication within the brain by unlocking calcium and triggering the action of various neurochemicals, such as serotonin.

While the supplement has also gained popularity in the bodybuilding community for its fat burning properties, a dose of Inositol close to bedtime will not keep you awake or make you feel “high.” As has been noted with similar B-vitamin Niacinamide, Inositol can contribute to a tranquilizing, drowsy feeling which quickly gives way to normal, restful sleep.

Inositol supplements come in capsules or powder. For insomnia, Bowden recommends two grams of powdered inositol with water before bed.

Others are: Melatonin, 5-HTP, and L-Theanine. "Theanine works by increasing the production of GABA in the brain," according to Dr. Natasha Turner.

Have to get all of these in powder forum and DIY encapsulation in safer gelatin caps. Inositol can be put in water or tea, as it is naturally sweet.

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David Haase, MD

Training Your Brain to Relieve Stress Through Neurofeedback

What You'll Learn -

The brain and thyroid connection
How to train your brain to relieve stress!
Neurofeedback explained

Transcript:  David Haase, MD (PDF)


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