Revolutionising the Treatment of Mental Health with Nutrition
This podcast features Prof Julia Rucklidge, a Clinical Psychiatrist and Director of Mental Health and Nutrition at the University of Calgary in New Zealand. She is one of the leading voices in the field of Nutritional Psychiatry and she has researched a diverse array of mental health disorders and their link with nutrition including areas such as ADHD, anxiety and stress in children and adults plus following natural disasters and more. In this podcast Dr Rucklidge discusses micronutrient deficiency in the global population and dives into her research using broad spectrum micronutrient therapy for ADHD and also PTSD after natural disasters. It is a fascinating insight into the management of mental health issues today and how it could be improved, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID19: Cardiovascular and Respiratory Health
Mina Guarneri, MD is a cardiologist and integrative medicine practitioner with a strong interest in the mind-body approach. In this episode, Dr. Guarneri discusses how stress can negatively impact our cardiovascular and immune systems and subsequently our response to Covid-19. She also highlights the benefits that anti-inflammatory dietary strategies, nutraceutical protocols, and positive thinking have on immunomodulation.
Coronavirus Special: How To Manage Anxiety In The Face Of A Global Pandemic with Dr Judson Brewer
In this episode, Dr Chatterjee speaks to the behavioural neuroscientist and psychiatrist, Judson Brewer, and together they help us understand how to keep calm in these stressful times. They discuss what exactly fear and anxiety are, what happens in the brain when you start to feel anxious and how you can break the anxiety cycle with some simple, practical exercises. They discuss breathing, physical activity, creative pursuits and much more, as well as how calmness is a skill that you can get better at, if you take the time to practice it.
Long covid: How to define it and how to manage it
The focus of this webinar is the phenomenon of long COVID. A panel of experts discusses its symptoms, course and suggests strategies for management and prognosis. Some of these experts have personally experienced long-Covid themselves and share what they have learned and the response they have had. While studies have shown that fatigue is the most common symptom in long-haulers, many questions in regards to diagnosis of the syndrome and recovery still remain unclear.
The Whole View, Episode 458: Collective Trauma and Re-Entry Anxiety
In this episode of The Whole View Podcast, Sarah and Stacy look at the collective trauma experienced by society as a whole, and how it relates to re-entry anxiety after the Covid-19 pandemic. They look at trauma, PTSD, and mental health aspects. They also discuss what you can do to reduce symptoms and re-adjust to a more “normal” daily life.
The Functional Medicine Approach To Treating COVID-19 And Post-COVID Syndrome
In this podcast episode, Dr Hyman and his guest, Dr Hanaway, dive into the current state of the Covid-19 pandemic and about their clinical experience treating patients. They emphasise how integrative practices have shown to reduce hospitalizations from Covid 8-times more than conventional treatments alone, pointing out that it’s not about dismissing the conventional treatment methods, but rather bringing together the two. Moreover, they talk about the post-Covid syndrome and how functional and integrative treatments are key in clinical practice when addressing this problem.
Vitamin D Supplementation and Covid-19: From Evidence to Action
This podcast features Dr William B Grant, a leading expert on vitamin D, with over 275 publications listed at pubmed.gov. His primary research interests are identifying and quantifying the risk-modifying factors for chronic and infectious diseases, with a particular interest in ultraviolet irradiance and vitamin D. In this interview, Dr Grant explores vitamin D research and it's clinical use with particular focus on the relationship between vitamin D and viral respiratory tract infections including COVID-19.