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Best Hearthealth podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Hearthealth podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Health news that you can use with New York Times Best-Selling Author and Fitness Titan, Kathy Smith. Listen up if you want the most up-to-date and accurate information on fitness, longevity, health, aging and motivation. Each show consists of the biggest stories in health as well as new breakthrough techniques to live a healthier, more vibrant life. You'll feel like you're part of the conversation as Kathy gets real on The Art of Aging!
 
"Health Matters" with Paul Rosen is a resource for anyone who wants to live a better, healthier lifestyle through nutrition. Nutrition and alternative health expert Paul Rosen customizes individual solutions for patients suffering from fatigue, digestive issues, body aches, migraines, arthritis, bursitis, osteoporosis, heart disease, food sensitivities, and countless other issues. Learn how to make yourself better through nutrition, and how to properly read food labels and avoid environmenta ...
 
Dr. Kahn fights for your health every week with his unique brand of eastern and western medicine focusing on wellness of mind, body and spirit. Each month he will interview a Health Hero and how their journey can help you find wellness, discuss with a leader in heart disease how to reverse heart disease, talk to leaders in the food movement for health, and review the science that can take you to a new level. He is known internationally as the heart doctor not afraid to take on the giants and ...
 
Are you ready to stay young and stay healthy? Listen in as world renown health experts Drs. Walter Gaman and Mark Anderson, along with health and wellness expert Judy Gaman bring you information that you can use. Never before has learning about health been so entertaining. Play along with the Medical Mania Trivia, or be shocked by the latest in science and research. Guests include leading scientists, best selling authors, and well known celebrities. #stay young #Staying Young Show #Executive ...
 
Heart Attack at age 45 Alive chronicles Anthony Lipani’s journey after enduring a Heart Attack at Age 45. Anthony found himself laying in a hospital bed with two arteries 100% blocked. The former State Championship winning high school football coach and Athletic Director was now facing the toughest battle of his life. This podcast is intended to help anyone who has experienced a significant medical event at a young age. Anthony’s wife and four daughters ages 6-16 all have a role in producing ...
 
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New York-based recording artist, writer, and lecturing professor Mike Errico has built his name on the strength of critically acclaimed releases and extensive composition for film and TV. He teaches songwriting at universities including Yale, Wesleyan, and NYU’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music. Mike and Jim both played at Woodstock in 1999 …
 
The link between music and the mind just got a lot more interesting, especially when it comes to helping patients and their caregivers cope with dementia. A new study shows the power of music may help lessen symptoms and improve quality of life for those who suffer from cognitive degenerative diseases and conditions. Learn more about how you can us…
 
We all feel lonely from time to time. But for some people, there’s nothing “occasional” about it. In the U.S., over a third of Americans over 45 report feeling lonely on a regular basis. In fact, it's considered to be a public health epidemic in the UK, where doctors are prescribing music to help curb the disastrous effects of loneliness. Start you…
 
Today I talk with the always interesting Dr. David "Doc" Eifrig, chief editor of Retirement Millionaire. Doc has a remarkable and unconventional resume. He spent a decade on Wall Street as a trader with Goldman Sachs, became a medical doctor mid-career, and eventually launched his own suite of finance and health publications. Doc and I break down w…
 
I can’t even begin to imagine the suffering that people experience after a natural disaster. It can make you feel helpless sometimes, especially watching the aftermath on the news. However, the comforting fact is that whenever tragedy strikes, helping hands will always come. After the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami a team of researchers w…
 
In early 2005, I made a major life decision to leave the band that had helped me live out my “rock star” dreams. As wonderful as all of that was, I was constantly thinking about what I had waiting for me back home... The problem was, once I was finally at home for good, I became deeply depressed. Here's how drumming helped dig me out of my hole, an…
 
Yogis in India have known of its benefits for 6,000 years, and now, research is finally validating it here in the West: Your “breathing rhythm” has a huge impact on your well-being. When I talk about “breathing rhythm,” I’m referring to how fast or slow you breathe. And according to the latest science, learning how to control it may be the key to t…
 
On today’s show, we’re focusing on time-restricted eating. It’s a nutritional approach that’s not about what you eat, but when you eat. So what is time-restricted eating? It means a person eats all their meals and snacks within a particular window of time each day. Outside that window, a person consumes no calories. It’s a type of intermittent fast…
 
Jim interviews Rachel Allen, a Certified Music Practitioner, Sound Healer, Reiki Master, and Registered Yoga Teacher. For 20 years, she's been working with hospice patients and their families; caregivers; patients in a variety of health conditions; survivors of sexual abuse; adults with mental illness; and most recently, incarcerated populations. R…
 
It’s 10:30 PM...You should be getting ready for bed, but there's this little voice in your head, luring you to the pantry. The more you try to ignore it, the louder it screams. Fortunately, there’s a powerful way to kick your food cravings. You don’t need to join a program, force yourself into an exercise routine, or starve yourself... There's a so…
 
According to a study by Microsoft, the average person's attention span is eight seconds long. That’s a sharp decrease from the 12 second average in 2000. But I can’t say I’m surprised. There's so much that's vying for our attention... And when your attention span suffers, so does your brain. In fact, it becomes MORE vulnerable to decline and diseas…
 
How can you lead yourself to a mental “higher ground” while sheltering in your home? What do you do when everything seems to be falling apart? Retired Green Beret Lieutenant Colonel Scott Mann spent nearly 23 years in the U.S. Army, and over 18 years in Special Operations. He has seen his fair share of chaos around the globe. Today Scott shares the…
 
In this episode of Sound Health, Jim sits down yet again with friend & colleague, the brilliant Dr. Russell Miller—a family medicine doctor of nearly 25 years. Today, we're covering the COVID-19 pandemic. In his typical fashion, Dr. Miller tells it like it is. He sets the facts straight when it comes to: - The severity of COVID - Social distancing …
 
Did you know that you can lower your blood pressure, reduce anxiety, and feel more centered just by taking a bath? But not just any bath. In fact, you won’t need soap, water, or even a tub… That’s because I’m talking about a “sound bath”—the 6,000 year-old ancient Asian practice of deeply immersing yourself in sound using a variety of gongs, cymbal…
 
Decades of research shows reducing stress and anxiety on our body is one of the best ways to keep your immune system strong. Today I'm going to show you how to use sound and rhythm to cope with stress. I'll outline my personal "Daily Defense Plan" for immune support in four simple parts. Each step is designed to fortify your body's ability to heal.…
 
Prolonged stress and anxiety take a toll on your health. Stress can come from your work, your environment, or just moving around daily life on planet earth! And feeling stressed is an inevitable part of the current COVID-19 situation, too. Today I'll walk you through my "Anxiety First Aid" technique. It's three simple steps you can take anytime, an…
 
In this episode of Sound Health, Jim sits down with Nashwan Abdullah, a 28-year-old Syrian violinist. Nashwan talks about what it was like living in a war-torn Syria and how people there lean on music to help heal & carry on. He also details his incredible journey of traveling around the world and playing on street corners for pennies a day, which …
 
Today's topic is so simple that it’s often overlooked. It’s a breathing technique that can impact your weight, improve your sleep and energy, increase concentration, reduce breathlessness during exercise, heighten athletic performance, and improve cardiovascular health. Today’s guest, Patrick McKeown, has written 8 books on breathing, including the…
 
Early on in my parenting experience I made a “pact” with myself… I let my kids listen to “their” music in the car—no matter what it was. Little did I realize, this pact would help me learn so much more about them. These moments have become some of my most cherished as a dad. As it turns out, sharing these musical experiences offers benefits far bey…
 
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