June 24, 2024 3-5PM ET

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The Healer within each of us is our greatest energy The belief that every individual harbors an inner healer, driven by love and connected to a universal soul, is emphasized. This intuitive voice should beprioritized over rational thoughts that often complicate and rationalize emotions unnecessarily. Dr. Henry Ealy argues that true happiness and simplicity in decision-making come from leading with love, which is essential for personal joy and collective well-being. The piece envisions a future free from deceit, fear, and judgment, where humanity embraces collective love and unity. The author calls for an elevation of consciousness, stressing that our greatest energy lies in our ability to unite and love as one. Dr. Ealy encourages readers to listen to their inner healer to achieve a better, more harmonious future.

Mounjaro May Be First Drug to Ease Sleep Apnea Tirzepatide, a medication for managing Type 2 diabetes, significantly reduces breathing interruptions during sleep, showing promise in treating obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). A global clinical trial with 469 clinically obese participants demonstrated that those taking tirzepatide experienced a notable decrease in sleep apnea episodes compared to a placebo. This improvement suggests that some patients might not need continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy. The study indicates that a drug targeting both apnea and obesity is more effective than treating either condition alone, with additional benefits such as weight loss. The findings open new possibilities for OSA management, particularly for those diagnosed with obesity, potentially transforming global treatment approaches.

Blood Pressure Meds May Prevent Epilepsy A class of blood pressure medications, angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs), may lower the risk of developingepilepsy in seniors, according to a study in JAMA Neurology. Researchers found that these drugs might prevent epilepsy in individuals at high risk, with ARBs reducing epilepsy incidence by 20% to 30% compared to other blood pressure medications. This effect was observed even after excluding stroke patients from the analysis, suggesting that ARBs have additional protective benefits beyond stroke prevention. The findings support previous research from Germany and indicate a potential new preventive approach for epilepsy, especially for older adults with hypertension. Researchers call for further studies to confirm these results and explore the specific impact of different ARBs, such as losartan.

Prostate Meds May Help Prevent Type of Dementia Prostate medications might help reduce the risk of Lewy body dementia. A study suggests that drugs designed to treat urinary symptoms from an enlarged prostate, such as terazosin, doxazosin, and alfuzosin, can lower the likelihood of developing this type of dementia. These medications, which help relax muscles in the prostate and bladder, also activate an enzyme important for energy production in brain cells. Researchers analyzed data from over 126,000 men taking these drugs and compared them to more than 517,000 men on other prostate medications. Results indicated that those on the three drugs had about a 40% lower risk of developing Lewy body dementia. This form of dementia, affecting over a million people in the U.S., is caused by abnormal protein deposits that affect brain chemicals, leading to cognitive and motor issues. Further research is needed to confirm these findings and explore the potential protective effects of these drugs.


Welcome to another informative episode of “Homeopathic Hits” on The Robert Scott Bell Show.
Today, we explore Cicuta Virosa, a homeopathic remedy derived from the water hemlock plant.
Known for its potent effects in treating convulsions and nervous system disorders, Cicuta Virosa offers a natural approach to managing these serious conditions.
Let’s delve into the therapeutic benefits of this powerful remedy.

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Hour 2

Twins With Autism Improved ‘Dramatically’ After Parents Focused on Reducing Toxic Exposures A case report highlights significant improvements in twin girls with severe autism following parent-ledinterventions to reduce toxic exposures. Between March 2022 and October 2023, their Autism Treatment Evaluation Checklist scores dropped dramatically, indicating reduced symptom severity. The parents implemented personalized lifestyle and environmental changes, including a strict diet free of gluten, casein, and artificial additives, tailored supplements, and therapies like Applied Behavior Analysis. They also improved air quality and reduced exposure to environmental toxins at home. The study, involving doctors from the University of Maryland and Documenting Hope, emphasizes the impact of addressing total allostatic load—the cumulative stressors on the body. The findings suggest that comprehensive, individualized interventions can lead to significant recovery in autism symptoms, challenging the notion that autism is solely a genetic condition and highlighting the role of environmental factors.

Special Guest Dr. Ingo Mahn

Dr. Mahn opened the doors to Natural Dental Partners in 2017, having previously founded Integrative Dental Solutions in Wisconsin in 1989. Today, his overall career in the dental world spans over 40 years of clinical excellence and dedication. More than anything, he loves that he can give patients a place where they know they’re being heard and are receiving the type of dentistry that helps them improve not only their oral health, but their overall health as well. He always learns new and interesting things from them as well! Dr. Mahn has known that he wanted to be a dentist ever since he was in the 9th grade. What first drew him to the potential career was that it had both a scientific and an artistic component. While growing up, he was close with his grandfather, who was an engraver, model maker, and artist; meanwhile, his father worked as an engineer. Dentistry seemed like the ideal combination of both worlds, and with all of the changes in the field over the years, he had no idea what an exciting career lay ahead of him!

Dr. Mahn completed his dental doctorate from the Marquette University School of Dentistry in 1985. Later on, in 2004, he also achieved his Doctor of Integrative Medicine from Capitol University in Georgetown. He was the proud recipient of the President’s Research award for his doctoral thesis, titled “The Science and Sense Behind Biological Dentistry.” During his career, he has averaged over 150 hours of continuing education a year and has been very fortunate to study with many of dentistry’s top practitioners, including at the prestigious Spear Education Center in Scottsdale, which helped inspired him to move to the area! Dr. Mahn is an accredited member of the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, as well as a member of the board and the chairman of the Ozone Committee. He is additionally a proud member of the International Academy of Biological Dentistry and Medicine, the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, and many other associations/organizations. Outside of the Dental Office, What Do You Like to Do? Dr. Mahn grew up in southern Germany, moving to Milwaukee at the age of 12 (not speaking English!). He met his wife Pamela on a blind date, and they’ve been married since 2004! They have two wonderful children named Jack and Sofia, as well as a Miniature Poodle named Baby Bear (named by Sofia). While starting a new dental practice has definitely been a full-time project for him over the past few years, he also finds time wherever he can to still be an avid outdoorsman. Some of his favorite activities include bow hunting, fishing on Lake Pleasant, being on the water, and traveling with his family.


Questions of The Day!

Hi Guys,
John Richardson revealed on one of his podcast that on the advise of Dr Bryan Ardis he now is using a nicotine patch; could you please explain why this is a good idea?
Thank You
Bill

 

Hi, I want to order the various homeopathic supplements and am not sure what to look for in a brand. I don’t see any brands listed here. Thanks
Sarah

 



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