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Circadian Rhythms and Shift Work
3rd Year ED resident speaks about shift work and its effects on our circadian rhythm
Views: 4042 Akos Med
Fifth Harmony - Work from Home ft. Ty Dolla $ign
\""7/27"" available at: iTunes: http://smarturl.it/7.27 Amazon: http://smarturl.it/727_Amzn Spotify: http://smarturl.it/727_Spotify Google: http://smarturl.it/727_GP Apple Music: http://smarturl.it/727_Apple http://www.fifthharmonyofficial.com http://youtube.com/FifthHarmonyVEVO http://twitter.com/FifthHarmony https://www.facebook.com/fifthharmony http://instagram.com/fifthharmony Lyrics: I ain't worried bout nothin I ain't wearin na nada I'm sitting pretty, impatient But I know you gotta Put in those hours Imma make it harder I'm sendin pic after picture Imma get you fired I know you're always on that night shift But I can't stand these nights alone I don't need no explanation Baby you're the boss at home You don't gotta go to work But you gotta put in work You don't gotta go to work Let my body do the work We can work from home Let's put it into motion Imma give you a promotion I'll make it feel like a vacay Turn the bed into an ocean We don't need nobody I just need your body Nothin but sheets in between us Ain't no gettin off early Oh, yeah Girl gotta work for me Can you make it clap No hands for me Take it to the ground Pick it up for me Look back at it All on for me Put in work like my timesheet She ride it like a '63 Imma buy her no Celine Let her ride in a foreign with me Oh, she the bae, I'm her boo And she down to break the rules Ride or die, she gone go I won't judge, she finesse I pipe her, she take that Puttin' overtime on your body (C) 2016 Simco Ltd. under exclusive license to Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment"
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Shift Work "Shifts" Your Health
If you've ever worked the night shift, you know it wreaks havoc on your health. Not only your sleep cycle, but your metabolism and your hormones too. There are ways you can correct this!
Views: 88 Dr. Warren Willey
Night Shift Life for Beginners #3: Night shift work and Melatonin
Working nights definitely takes some adaptation. Understanding how to get the best out of hormone release is key for the night shift worker. Link to blog: http://www.ferventlyfitwithcharmaine.com/relationship-advice-melatonin-night-shifter You can get Amber tinted glasses here: http://amzn.to/2mTEhND http://amzn.to/2mMKqL2
Views: 180 Charmaine Gregory
Shift Work
Hello, my law enforcement luminaries, military magnates, healthcare heavyweights, service station superstars, transportation troubadours, fire stations favourites, and call centre conquerors. My name is Brock Armstrong, and I am… not the Workplace Hero. Not yet, anyway. If I am doing my job correctly, you and I are both slowly but surely, episode by episode, becoming a Workplace Hero. You can think of me as your partner in this endeavour or maybe your information funnel, conduit… or crazy straw? According to NSF's 2005 Sleep in America poll, 14% of North Americans take part in what is called shift work. Shift work is an employment practice designed to make use of, or provide service across, all 24 hours of the clock each day of the week (often abbreviated as 24/7). The practice typically sees the day divided into set periods of time (shifts) during which different groups of workers perform their duties. Shift work often involves evening or night shifts, early morning shifts, and rotating shifts. Many industries rely heavily on shift work, among them is: Emergency responders & health care, Hospitality, Logistics, Manufacturing, Military, Public utilities & power, Telecommunications & media, Transportation, and Security, just to name a few. The term "rotational shiftwork" covers a wide variety of work schedules and implies that shifts rotate or change according to a set schedule. These shifts can be either continuous, running 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, or semi-continuous, running 2 or 3 shifts per day with or without weekends. As you probably already imagined, compared to their day shift counterparts, shift workers are more likely to suffer from insomnia as well as excessive daytime sleepiness (61% vs. 47% and 30% vs. 18% respectively). I actually coach a shift worker over at SkywalkerFitness.ca. She is a pretty darn competitive marathon runner who works a rotational shift and we really have had to fight an uphill battle in terms of energy levels and the ability to do the prescribed workouts. There is also the challenge of keeping her feeling good and overcoming some of the hormonal fluctuations that tend to occur during night shifts. Then there are some serious issues that creep up when you’ve thrown a curve ball at your circadian rhythm like you do on a night shift. And there have been several studies on this. Here are a few. They did a study in the Journal of Workplace Health and Safety on the police and found that police officers who are working at night or on an evening shift basically had lower serotonin levels than their non-evening working counterparts. And serotonin is one of our measurements of happiness and also our ability to do things like be motivated to exercise. It is also very helpful in helping reduce appetite cravings. In the International Journal of Cancer, it was reported that a woman’s risk of breast cancer increases by 30% from night shift work. And a big part of that is because of hormonal fluctuations in particular, estrogen dominance, with estrogen being a pro-growth hormone that can increase when your circadian rhythms are thrown off. There is another study in the Science of Translational Medicine which found that night shift style work can increase your likelihood of developing diabetes or becoming obese. This was a relatively small study with only 21 individuals but it found that circadian disruption can cause some serious issues with insulin sensitivity. So that again, throws a curve ball if you’re trying to lose weight or even maintain your body weight while you’re working night shifts. Another paper in the British Medical Journal found that working night shifts could cause you to be more likely to have a heart attack. Particularly ischemic strokes and coronary events were found to be higher in people who were working night shifts. A paper in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Health Sciences found that shift workers had decreased sensitivity to leptin when working at night. Leptin is the hormone that plays a pretty significant role in regulating your weight and appetite as well as your blood sugar and insulin levels. Working in shifts can nearly double your risk of suffering a workplace injury and that’s because of the drowsiness, the fatigue and the lack of focus that can occur when you are working with no exposure to natural light or in any situation where our brains have been ancestrally programmed that they should be asleep. So, am I basically saying that shift workers are screwed then? Well, I don’t wanna sound harsh but yes, to a certain extent, you have to accept the fact that if you are going to work night shifts, your hormones and metabolism are going to, as they say, take a hit. But, the fact that you have an important and noble job or that you’re making more money per hour may outweigh many of those drawbacks. There is a risk vs. reward benefit...
Views: 72 Brock Armstrong
How to fit 16:8 intermittent fasting protocol, around shift work
https://youtu.be/KR3LkFsTYTo How to fit 16:8 intermittent fasting protocol, around shift work. Shift work and IF can be challenging, but with a little tweak, you can still have the benefits of intermittent fasting while working shift work. https://youtu.be/KR3LkFsTYTo ⬇️Just click on the link to get started ;-)⬇️ Download my 7 step Cheat Sheets to Lose weight while working shifts. The steps cover: 1. 30 Healthy Snacks for Night Shift Munchies. 2. How to defeat hunger hormones. 3. Expert Interview on how to get 8 hours sleep per day 4. Inside look on how I manage workouts around shift work. 5. Meal planning for shift workers. 6. Why calories matter. 7. How much caffeine is enough And a couple of extras  This is extremely valuable to any shift-worker who wants to take back their health. Download the Cheat Sheet below https://gavynberntsen.clickfunnels.com/7-step-cheat-sheetethofo1g Also don't forget to join my Coaching Group here for tons of support and advice ;-) https://www.facebook.com/groups/1953156311569151/
Views: 1968 Gavyn Berntsen
Struggling on 4 hours sleep, man tests drug for shift work sleep disorder
At 33, Joe Kim is kind of a professional designated driver. When you can't drive, he and his crew will give you where you need to go. "We call it kind of a ride-sharing service," Kim says.  "Because we're [also] taking the client's car home." For that last 7 and a half years, Kim who runs his own company of 14 drivers,  has been driving from dusk to dawn. Then, there is more work to do. "I have to see that the bookkeeping is done," Kim says.  "I've got to make sure that the hours are properly accounted for, that the staff is properly paid." He gets by on just 4 hours of sleep a day, half what most sleep experts recommend. "You can drink so much coffee and energy drinks, or just stick your head out the window to stay awake, but eventually those don't work," he says. After one all-nighter, in which Kim recorded a series of short videos, he says the lack of quality sleep is taking its toll on his body. "I was really drowsy, I had to doze off a few times," Kim says.  "I had to actually pull over on the highway, just because I was a little tired." Neurologist and sleep specialist Dr. Michael Lacey, Medical Director of NeuroTrials Research Inc. in Atlanta, says Joe has something known as "shift work sleep disorder." It's a problem for people who work overnights, rotating and early morning shifts. Kim's work-at-night, sleep-during-the-day schedule has thrown off his hormones and body clock. "It is not a natural phenomenon for someone to go completely against the grain and kind of fly in the face of mother nature if you will," Dr. Lacey says. So, when Joe needs to sleep, he can't. "The end result is that you have cumulative and significant sleep debt and sleep deprivation," Dr. Lacey says.  "And, sleep deprivation can cause some very serious medical problems." Going without sufficient sleep can cause concentration problems, fatigue, depression, and it raises your risk of high blood pressure, diabetes, and other chronic illnesses. To try to head that off, Joe Kim has volunteered for a study at NeuroTrials to test an experimental new drug for people with shift work sleep disorder.Dr. Lacey says the test medication is a non-amphetamine, designed to stimulate wake-promoting transmitters in the brain to help shift workers stay alert on the job. You would take it as-needed, he says, and it's designed to stay in your system for only about 6 or 7 hours. "So that the person, when they get off their shift can now fall asleep without the difficulties because of the medication no longer in their system." Joe Kim really hopes the trial medication will help him. Because, after a long night, he's beat. "Physically I'm just worn out," Kim says.  "If I could find a floor, and there is enough space, I'll sleep, I'll try it."
Views: 451 FOX 5 Atlanta
Hormones and Gender Transition
This week Reactions is taking a look at the chemistry that happens in your body when someone transitions genders. A big part of gender transition is hormone replacement therapy (HRT). This week, Reactions talks about the science of HRT and what happens when the body undergoes major shifts in estrogen and testosterone — two very powerful hormones. Find us on all these places: Subscribe! http://bit.ly/ACSReactions Facebook! http://facebook.com/ACSReactions Twitter! http://twitter.com/ACSReactions Tumblr! http://tumblr.com/ACSReactions Classic Groove and Here's the 70s provided by Jamendo Producer: Elaine Seward Writer: Elaine Seward Executive Producer: Adam Dylewski Scientific consultants: Joshua Safer, M.D. Vin Tangpricha, M.D. Darcy Gentlemen, Ph.D. Sources: http://www.hemingways.org/GIDinfo/hrt_ref.htm http://www.livescience.com/38324-what-is-estrogen.html http://www.livescience.com/38963-testosterone.html http://www.bodylogicmd.com/hormones-for-women/testosterone http://www.transgendercare.com/medical/resources/tmf_program/tmf_program_regimens.asp http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/757128_4
Views: 394145 Reactions
How do your hormones work? - Emma Bryce
Check out our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/teded View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-do-your-hormones-work-emma-bryce Over our lifetimes, our bodies undergo a series of extraordinary metamorphoses: we grow, experience puberty, and many of us reproduce. Behind the scenes, the endocrine system works constantly to orchestrate these changes. Emma Bryce explains how this system regulates everything from your sleep to the rhythm of your beating heart, exerting its influence over each and every one of your cells. Lesson by Emma Bryce, animation by Daniel Gray. Thank you so much to our patrons for your support! Without you this video would not be possible! Michał Friedrich, Arlene Spiegelman, Doug Henry, Alick Au, denison martins fernandes, Hashem Al, Daniel Nester, Richard A Berkley, Benjamin Chan, Dee Wei, Abdallah Absi, Dominick Biolsi, Denise A Pitts, Pi Guanghui, Doris, Kurt Almendras, Raymond Lee, Nicolas Silva, Tsz Hin Edmund Chan, Melvin Williams, Eric Monarrez, Tirath Singh Pandher, Athena Grace Franco, Terry Minion, Ian McPherson, Mauricio Basso, Kelvin Lam, Jamesbo87 , Tara Frost, Karlee Finch, Chumi Ogbonna, Barthélémy Michalon, Lefty McGoo, Lucas Pincerato, Prefer Anonymous, Mohamed Elsayed, Ankur Deshwal, Pawan Kumar, Amin Shahril, Mihail Radu Pantilimon, Chris Thompson, Derek Drescher, Karisa Caudill, Diana Habashneh, Zhong Ming Zenny Tan, Christina Salvatore, Brady Jones, Todd Gross, Alexis Hevia, Heidi Stolt, Daisy Trujillo, Robert Seik, Coenraad Keuning, Charles A Hershberger, Alan Wilder, and Laura Cameron Keith.
Views: 248482 TED-Ed
Fifth Harmony - Work from Home ft. Ty Dolla $ign Lyrics
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Views: 10163115 lalimyangel
Wife Fed Up With Husband's Long Hours. Then Overhears Daughter's Conversation
SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL FOR MORE ! Wife Fed Up With Husband's Long Hours. Then Overhears Daughter's Conversation When most of us plop down for dinner, we don't take time to think about where it all comes from. Our fresh fruits and vegetables are delicious - but they come at a large price to most farmers' families! A sacrifice of their family bonding, their bodies and their time is soon forgotten after our plates are served. That's why one farmer's wife shared an important realization about her husband's line of work after a frustrating night getting the kids fed and ready for bed. Farmer's wife, Katie Spence Pugh, was exhausted from a long day at work, then an even longer evening spent caring for their kids - once again, without the help of her husband, Eugene, who was still working away on the fields. At first she was frustrated, then she had an epiphany. Katie shared her thoughts about having a farmer husband on internet. "I snapped this picture the other night at the end of a long day. I was tired. I was irritated. I had sent my husband a text telling him that I knew it wouldn't make a difference, but I wanted him to know that I was feeling fed up with how much he works and with all that I have to do everyday by myself. The full-time job, cooking dinner, bathing kids, weekend trips without him, keeping up a home - you name it, I was resenting it. I have to have these little moments once (okay, several times) throughout planting and harvest season. Then this happened." It was the busiest time of the year for Eugene, but he had to muster through it for the sake of his family and their business. Instead of being frustrated at his wife's semi-aggressive text, Eugene sat down for a quiet bite to eat. He just wanted a bit of solace after a long, grueling day tending to the farm. "He came in, fixed his plate and sat down to eat all alone. He was tired. He was hot. He was exhausted. Rather than complain, he said he was sorry I was tired and felt that way. Charlotte joined him and talked his head off and even ate most of his dinner. He didn't complain. He shared, and it hit me. Do I wish that we saw him more than an hour or so a day? Yes. But, the love he has for his craft is something to envy. Farmers work in a thankless profession. It's always non-GMO this and organic that, and let's not even talk about the stress from Mother Nature. This is a man who is working to uphold four generations of blood, sweat and tears and showing his children the value of hard work and discipline. So while I felt frustrated, I really should have felt thankful." "I got to sit down to dinner and hear all the stories from the day with the kids. I got to give them a bath and hear their squeals and giggles. I got to snuggle and love on them for three hours more than he did. He is the one sacrificing, not me. We will keep on keeping on until the next rainy day when we get a few extra hours with our hard worker. In the meantime, the next time you slip into that comfy cotton shirt or eat delicious farm fresh food, thank a farmer. Where would we be without them?" If it wasn't for families like the Pughs, many of us wouldn't have the farm-fresh produce we consume on a daily basis. Even if things get difficult for them, Katie and Eugene will have each other to lean on for support - there will be no more frustration in their home. If you like our video then do subscribe to our channel. Please leave us a comment and give a thumbs up. It means a lot. Thank You :)
Views: 991901 Life Magazine Daily
Occupational Effects on Fertility: Report: Shift work lowers fertility in women
A new report by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) links phsycaiily demanding jobs and shift work with lower fertility rates in women. Audrey Gaskins, one of the authors of the study, says physical exertion and the changing to the body clock could be what's effecting the rates. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website: http://www.trtworld.com/
Views: 107 TRT World
7 Inspiring Ideas On How Shift Workers Can Stay Fit And Healthy - From a Shift-Work Health Expert
7 Healthy Lifestyle Tips for Night Shift Workers I've been shift working for the last 17 years and and have lost over 20 kgs and kept it off for 7, sparking my journey as a Personal Trainer and Nutrition Coach. These 7 tips have played a huge role in be becoming healthy as a shift worker despite some crazy shift patterns! 1 - Sleep Like a Baby - Take naps if you need to. 2 - Exercise Before work 3 - Don't leave your nutrition to chance - Always prepare 4 - Be a Time Lord - Lead your time don't manage it 5 - Abide by the caffeine rule - No caffeine 5 hours before bed 6 - Get Hydrated - This helps fight fatigue and to maintain alertness 7 - Follow the 200 P +1 Learn more here -https://youtu.be/m4sS-vWHb4c If you would like to download my Shift worker Survival Guide which is a 7 step cheat sheet which covers off ➡️ Healthy Snacks for Night Shift Munchies. ➡️ Learn about your Hunger Hormones. ➡️ Learn how to get 8 hours sleep per day (expert Interview). ➡️ An Inside look on how I workout around shift work. ➡️ How to build healthy and nutritious meals. ➡️ Why calories matter. ➡️ How much caffeine you should drink. Then you can download it here ;-) https://gavynberntsen.clickfunnels.com/7-step-cheat-sheetethofo1g And join my facebook group here ;-) ➡️ https://www.facebook.com/groups/1953156311569151/
Views: 9 Gavyn Berntsen
Sara Gottfried - Your Body Hormonal
http://www.saragottfriedmd.com/body-hormonal-video/ Check out Dr. Sara Gottfried's 4-part video series: Your Body Hormonal: How to Get Your Girls Working FOR You (and NOT against you!) --- Hop on my bus and shift from feeling "OK" to living your life fully and authentically from the heart. Welcome to Sara Gottfried, MD TV! Your one stop channel for advice, tips, and tools on how to be at home in your body, at last! https://www.youtube.com/DrGottfried Rather than treating problems or symptoms, I treat people. I treat women. I see women -- and what I see every day is that each woman is a special snowflake. My mission here on Sara Gottfried, MD TV -- and in life -- is to help women feel sexy, vital and balanced from their cells to their souls. That means sharing information to assist you to get your weight right where you want it, get your energy and sex drive maximized, and doing it all naturally and safely. Check out all of my products and courses here: http://www.saragottfriedmd.com/courses/
Views: 1298 Sara Gottfried
Studies show that weight loss is more hormonal than calorie based
Calories in vs calories out, people will drill this into your brain at every chance they get from the average joe on the street to the greatest fitness expert in the world. No one can shake the fact that there are things more important than simple mathematics. Hormonal systems can prevent us from losing weight and we need to shift the conversation from calories to hormones because that is the dynamic factor for why some people lose weight faster or slower than others or why it is harder for one person to lose weight yet very easy for someone else to remain lean. In this video I provide an argument backed by research and studies highlighting why we are putting to much focus on calories in vs calories out but ignoring the more important problem.... Our hormones. Enjoy! ► PATREON → https://www.patreon.com/Fledgefitness ► S U B S C R I B E → http://tinyurl.com/z4aylr4 ► THE JUMP ROPE → https://fledgefitness.com/fledge-fitness-jump-rope/ * I'm not a nutritionist nor am I a doctor all information given has been gathered by personal experience and information that I researched and compiled over the years. Always consult a physician before starting a new diet, eating regiment, or workout plan. Resources (Studies): https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0195666317315003 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/oby.21538#oby21538-bib-0038 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24603219 https://www.metabolismjournal.com/article/S0026-0495(03)00103-3/abstract https://academic.oup.com/ajcn/article/69/6/1117/4714917 Enjoy the video! Are there any aspects of Intermittent Fasting that you would like me to touch on? If so let me know in the comments section below. Visit our site for all your fitness needs: https://fledgefitness.com/ Like us on Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/zclncp6 Follow us on Instagram @FlegdeFitness http://tinyurl.com/hjx84en Follow me on snapchat: fledgefitness
Views: 15769 Fledge Fitness
Night Shift Life for Beginners #9: 5 Perks of Working Night Shift
There are many perks to working the night shift. I share 5 in this video. Check out the blog at: http://www.ferventlyfitwithcharmaine.com/top-5-perks-working-night-shift
Views: 26 Charmaine Gregory
Dr. Satchin Panda on Practical Implementation of Time-Restricted Eating & Shift Work Strategies
This episode is a round 2 episode with none other than Dr. Satchidananda Panda of the Salk Institute! At nearly two hours of dialog, this episode touches on a lot of material, but has a special focus on practical implementation of time-restricted eating, featuring a few of the most frequent questions that came after the first conversation. To see a list of these questions, go to the show notes link below, select the timeline tab and look for timepoints with the heading "practical implementation." (SPOILER: Yes, we cover black coffee!) ▶︎ Get the show notes! http://www.foundmyfitness.com/episodes/satchin-round-2 ▶︎ Send your time-restricted eating data to Dr. Panda's study: http://www.myCircadianClock.org/ ▶︎ Dr. Panda's Twitter http://twitter.com/satchinpanda --- Links related to FoundMyFitness: ▶︎ Subscribe on YouTube: http://youtube.com/user/FoundMyFitness?sub_confirmation=1 ▶︎ Join my weekly email newsletter: http://www.foundmyfitness.com/?sendme=lifestyle-heuristic ▶︎ FoundMyFitness Genetics: http://www.foundmyfitness.com/genetics ▶︎ Crowdfund more videos: http://www.foundmyfitness.com/crowdsponsor ▶︎ Subscribe to the podcast: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/foundmyfitness/id818198322 ▶︎ Twitter: http://twitter.com/foundmyfitness ▶︎ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/foundmyfitness ▶︎ Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/foundmyfitness
Views: 102090 FoundMyFitness
How to Plan Workouts and Meals Around Shift work
How to Plan Workouts and Meals Around Shift work What shifts are you working currently and what are you struggling with? ************ Download my 7 step Cheat Sheets to Lose weight while working shifts. The steps cover: 1. 30 Healthy Snacks for Night Shift Munchies. 2. How to defeat hunger hormones. 3. Expert Interview on how to get 8 hours sleep per day 4. Inside look on how I manage workouts around shift work. 5. Meal planning for shift workers. 6. Why calories matter. 7. How much caffeine is enough And a couple of extras ;-) This is extremely valuable to any shift-worker who wants to take back their health. Download the Cheat Sheet below ➡️ https://gavynberntsen.clickfunnels.com/7-step-cheat-sheetethofo1g Its actually easier as a shift worker to plan because you get a little bit more free time. You must create a routine wiith in a routine. If you work an early shift, workout before, During or after. I always workout before as it is my mini routine. If I'm late's I do exactly the same, I never work out after work. Same for Nights, I workout just before work. This means i get into a routine of exercising before work. Uee your rest days to exercise, don't think that you have to exercise solely on the work days. With regards to nutrition, i generally cook extra meals before my early shifts because hey are two long days and I wont want to do it when I get home. On lates and nights I generally make my meals before work as the meals are fresher and that's what I prefer. You could cook in bulk and freeze and this is something I used to do. Then track meals between midnight and midnight using myfitnesspal which is a free meal tracker. Please leave a comment and subscribe.
Views: 12 Gavyn Berntsen
Aerobic & strength training help fight hormonal shift of weight as you age
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - There may be a solution to keeping body fat from accumulating as you age. You may remember just recently that Local 12 shared with you details of a special event where you can “Punch for a Cause”. The team at the Punch House is holding a special boxing event Saturday at Yeatman's Cove. It raises money for the "Semper Fi" Fund supporting military families. But now there’s another reason, especially for women to take up this sport for fitness. It can help work against hormones in the body that shift your weight. A report from Harvard Women's Health researchers says women often gain weight, especially as hormones shift with age, even if they don't eat more. It's been attributed to hormonal changes that shift fat distribution to settle in the abdominal area. The good news, is that the best way to fight it is with something such as boxing for fitness. It's a workout that offers resistance training, as well as aerobic conditioning. This boosts metabolism, builds bone and reduces body fat. "It's actually really easy once you get the hang of it, the trainers here are really good since I’m pretty much an amateur, I don't really know what I’m doing they help me get the techniques down and they are really good at just teaching you the basics, and getting you to get the hang of it,” said Kayla Young of Boxing for Fitness. There is not an exact specified amount to prevent the shift. Some studies show you do need consistency of 60 to 90 minutes most days of the week for ideal results from exercise.
Views: 23 LOCAL 12
Dr. Nathalie Wellness Shift Series: Saliva Hormone Test
http://www.beauchampchiropractic.ca Let's talk about a test that you may not be aware exists! It's called the Saliva Hormone Test and what it does is it measures five hormones which are estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), and cortisol levels. It measures the hormones that are available to your body, and that is the difference between this test with saliva, versus the blood test to measure your hormones. The saliva test better measures the hormones that are available to your body. How does it work? If you're a woman, you will say what time you are in your cycle, if you are a man you do not have to do that. Then what you would do is take the capsule and put the required amount of saliva in the capsule, it would be sent to the lab and then the lab report tells you if you are high or low in the hormones that are mentioned. With that, you can look at your nutrition and you can also make some changes with phytonutrients that will re-balance your hormones. It's also important to look at the adrenal glands and that is why the saliva test is measuring cortisol. A lot of the time, especially for women, as we age our hormones are going to decrease when it comes to estrogen and progesterone, secreted by the ovaries and uterus and the adrenals are going to be the one secreting the estrogen and progesterone. If you're tired and your adrenals are not working properly you might have some serious side effects with the change in the hormones. This test is very valuable for people that are not feeling up to par, are tired, or having some symptoms of fluctuation in their hormones. Santé Chiropractic & Wellness Centre, 613 837 2883 is run by Dr. Nathalie Beauchamp who has been a Chiropractic Doctor, helping people achieve optimum physical health, including back & neck pain relief, for over 15 years. We are your Chiropractor at 1224 Place D'Orléans Dr #1, Ottawa, ON K1C 7K3, across from Place d'Orleans in East Ottawa. Thank you to all of the people who contributed to this article.
How to go from “sugar burner” to “fat burner” in less than 1 week with strategic carb manipulation…
Free report uncovers how to burn more belly fat in 12 minutes than an entire hour of low intensity cardio: http://gl12.net/ytdepletereport Hey, everybody. Shaun Hadsall here with Get Lean in 12 and inside this short fat-loss video, I'm going to teach you how to go from being a sugar burner to being a fat burner in less than one week. And this is a strategy that I've used with my clients for over 20 years now. I'm a stubborn fat expert and I've been doing this a long time. I've helped over 100,000 people over the last five years alone and inside this video I just want to share how I transform my client's metabolisms from being a sugar burner to being a fat burner in less than one week. And we're going to do this by manipulating carbohydrates and using something called a deplete day. Now most people make the mistake of depleting with the wrong foods, for the wrong durations, and at the wrong times. And inside this video, I'm going to show you how to do it the right way so that your body stops burning sugars and it starts burning fat. So let's talk about how to transform your metabolism from a sugar burner to being fat burning in less than one week. So here is a picture of your body. Now it looks kind of funny. I know that, but I'm going to explain it here. So in here is your organs, your tissues, and your hormones. And we're going to particularly talk about manipulating insulin, leptin in your thyroid with a deplete day to maximize your hormones, so that you can burn more belly fat. In here, you have stored energy in the form of what we call glycogen. And this is stored energy inside your liver and inside your muscle tissue from the carbohydrates that you eat. So an average person's every day diet, when they consume a balanced meal and they start consuming carbohydrates, they start filling up their glycogen tank. So you start storing energy from the carbohydrates that you eat inside your energy tank. Well, over time, if you're not consistently burning off more than you're taking in, then your tank fills up. And what ends up happening is then every time you eat impact carbohydrates, these are non-fibrous carbohydrates. Now your body has nowhere to store them, so if you're not walking down the road or exercising to burn it off, you're going to suffer from what we call fat spillover. And these extra energy that you're eating is going to spill over and be stored as body fat. This is what causes people to accumulate a big belly. So what we're going to do is we're going to bring your energy tank all the way down to here in about four to six days and that will allow your metabolism to come over here and start grabbing and using body fat as fuel instead of burning sugars and carbohydrates. So what you want to do is we want to manipulate insulin first. So when insulin is elevated, your body can't burn belly fat because insulin's your body's number one fat storage hormone. So when you eat too many carbohydrates or you eat sugars or starches on their own, you spike insulin levels, making it impossible for your body to access belly fat. So by lowering your carb grams, your impact carbs. So when you look at the label and you count carbohydrates, you're take the amount of fiber. You're going to subtract that from the total carb count. What's leftover is your impact carbs. So for about five to six days in a row, you want to keep your impact carbs under 25 grams. And this can be very difficult, however, the first time my wife did this, she lost eight pounds of belly fat in one week. So it does work.
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What Is a Circadian Rhythm and How Does Your Sleep System Work?
Is your circadian clock correct? Get a basic lesson in molecular genetics before discussing “clock genes” and how they can constitute a negative feedback system with a delay in the feedback loop in this video. This free lecture excerpt comes from the course Secrets of Sleep Science: From Dreams to Disorders. Watch the rest of this course and start your FREE Trial of The Great Courses Plus by visiting our website: https://www.TheGreatCoursesPlus.com/show/secrets_of_sleep_science_from_dreams_to_disorders?utm_source=US_OnlineVideo&utm_medium=SocialMediaEditorialYouTube&utm_campaign=153004 Check out more of our YouTube videos on Science in this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjlnbdCliaJEgqim5eTfDlciWrk5ClMoZ Please like/comment/share! And don't forget to subscribe to our channel - new videos are being added all the time! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TheGreatCourses Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thegreatcourses And on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheGreatCourses
This video was thrown together to express what i do in terms of managing my food before working long shifts at the weekends whilst maintaining focus in my goals - hope its helpful Please like the video, comment share and subscribe, more helpful video coming along with gym workouts
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Problem sleeping when getting older!
Sleeplessness can sometimes be remedied by taking Natural Sleep with Melatonin. note this product is no longer available by calling the number shown in this commercial. Produced and directed by Charles Lange. Melatonin is a hormone secreted by the pineal gland in the brain. It helps regulate other hormones and maintains the body's circadian rhythm. The circadian rhythm is an internal 24-hour "clock" that plays a critical role in when we fall asleep and when we wake up. When it is dark, your body produces more melatonin; when it is light, the production of melatonin drops. Being exposed to bright lights in the evening or too little light during the day can disrupt the body' s normal melatonin cycles. For example, jet lag, shift work, and poor vision can disrupt melatonin cycles. Melatonin is a hormone secreted by the pineal gland in the brain. It helps regulate other hormones and maintains the body's circadian rhythm. The circadian rhythm is an internal 24-hour "clock" that plays a critical role in when we fall asleep and when we wake up. When it is dark, your body produces more melatonin; when it is light, the production of melatonin drops. Being exposed to bright lights in the evening or too little light during the day can disrupt the body' s normal melatonin cycles. For example, jet lag, shift work, and poor vision can disrupt melatonin cycles.
Views: 219 Charles Lange
Learn How To Schedule Workouts Around Shift-Work
Learn How To Schedule Workouts Around Shift-Work Download my 7 step Cheat Sheets to Lose weight while working shifts. The steps cover: 1. 30 Healthy Snacks for Night Shift Munchies. 2. How to defeat hunger hormones. 3. Expert Interview on how to get 8 hours sleep per day 4. Inside look on how I manage workouts around shift work. 5. Meal planning for shift workers. 6. Why calories matter. 7. How much caffeine is enough And a couple of extras ;-) This is extremely valuable to any shift-worker who wants to take back their health. Download the Cheat Sheet below ➡️ https://gavynberntsen.clickfunnels.com/7-step-cheat-sheetethofo1g Its actually easier as a shift worker to plan because you get a little bit more free time. I tend to have 5-6 hours per day of free time to workout! Its incredible how much time you can free up by taking this approach. It will always work for you providing you actually consider exercise to be a priority.
Views: 56 Gavyn Berntsen
What are Healthy Night Shift Snacks
Healthy Night Shift Snacks https://youtu.be/m4sS-vWHb4c Why, because we tend to eat junk food and crave sweet foods Mainly because our hunger hormones are out of whack! Leptin is a hormone, made by fat cells, that decreases your appetite. Ghrelin is a hormone that increases appetite, and also plays a role in body weight. As we get tired we want to eat more! Night Shift Worker Problems we experience are: Weight gain or Lose weight Digestion problems like constipation, diarrhea, gas and heartburn Massive munchies And the General rule of thumb is the following! Avoid high-fat, fried or spicy foods. Skip sweet snacks. Foods high in sugar Cut down on caffeine. Drink more water. Take active breaks. But I've found the 200 calorie Rule works best, meaning indulge in the snack as long as its 200 calories only! And the way to track that is through MyfitnessPal Here's an indepth tutorial on how to use MFP https://youtu.be/D_ZvCGWCC1Q THe next rule of thumb for a healthy snack is Protein + 1 It could be fruit, nuts, yoghurt, chocolate, oats, or cereal. And as long as its about 200 calories, you won't get cravings, it will help promote fatloss and Be healthy. If you found this useful, please download my healthy snack guide plus some other goodies for shift worker If you would like to download my Shift worker Survival Guide which is a 7 step cheat sheet which covers off ➡️ Healthy Snacks for Night Shift Munchies. ➡️ Learn about your Hunger Hormones. ➡️ Learn how to get 8 hours sleep per day (expert Interview). ➡️ An Inside look on how I workout around shift work. ➡️ How to build healthy and nutritious meals. ➡️ Why calories matter. ➡️ How much caffeine you should drink. Then you can download it here ;-) https://gavynberntsen.clickfunnels.com/7-step-cheat-sheetethofo1g And join my facebook group here ;-) ➡️ https://www.facebook.com/groups/1953156311569151/
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INCREASE HEIGHT - How to Increase Height Naturally
How to Increase height in 1 week naturally is not possible. However if you want to know, how to increase height after 18 naturally for both men or women. How to increase height after 20 for men. How to increase height after 25 years for men or women. Diet and exercise tips to increase height naturally. Home remedy to increase height in 45 days. How to increase height at any age with some tricks then checkout this video. Height is often associated with attractiveness and prestige. So it's natural that people always aspire to add a few more inches to their height. But do you even have any control over your height? Well, the short answer is yes, to some extent. More specifically 80% of your height depends on genetic factors which are obviously not under your growth and 20% of it depends on environmental factors which are under your control. Talking about genetics, if both your parents are short that does not mean that you have to go through the same fate. Height is a polygenic trait. So if there is anybody in your family tree who is tall, chances are that the tall genes could be passed on to you. Generally, men grow till the age of 21 years and women till the age of 18 years. But there is no fixed rule and exceptions could be seen. The pituitary gland in our body secretes human growth hormone (HGH) which is responsible for muscle and bone growth. So, in this video I have shared with you 6 ways and 1 home remedy by which you can stimulate your human growth hormone (HGH) and push your height. 1. DIET FOR HEIGHT. WHAT FOODS YOU SHOULD EAT TO GROW TALLER. 2. HOW MUCH SLEEP YOU NEED TO GROW TO YOUR MAXIMUM HEIGHT 3. GROWTH INHIBITORS 4. EXERCISES TO INCREASE HEIGHT 5. STRETCHING TO INCREASE HEIGHT 6. POSTURE TO LOOK TALLER 7. HOME REMEDY TO INCREASE HEIGHT IN 45 DAYS So friends, I hope you found this video helpful. Well, if you did, please do : LIKE | SHARE | COMMENT Please SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYC6Vcczj8v-Y5OgpEJTFBw Music: YouTube Audio Library I wish you good health. Fit Tuber
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Your Brain on Stress and Anxiety
Stress is the way our bodies and minds react to something which upsets our normal balance in life. Stress is how we feel and how our bodies react when we are fearful or anxious. Some level of stress has some upside to mind and body function to enable us to react in a positive way. Too much stress though, is both harmful to the body and our performance. How much is too much? Well, that depends... on you and how you respond. It is essential to know how our brain responds to the stimuli which trigger an anxiety response so that you are equipped to deal appropriately with anxiety. (Learn four simple brain hacks to overcome performance anxiety: https://youtu.be/FlgGLs1Cpcw) Let me highlight the key areas of your brain that are involved, and then I will explain what happens inside the brain. The Thalamus is the central hub for sights and sounds. The thalamus breaks down incoming visual cues by size, shape and colour, and auditory cues by volume and dissonance, and then signals the cortex. The cortex then gives raw sights and sounds meaning enabling you to be conscious of what you are seeing and hearing. And I'll mention here that the prefrontal cortex is vital to turning off the anxiety response once the threat has passed. The amygdala is the emotional core of the brain whose primary role is to trigger the fear response. Information passing through the amygdala is associated with an emotional significance. The bed nucleus of the stria terminals is particularly interesting when we discuss anxiety. While the amygdala sets off an immediate burst of fear whilst the BNST perpetuates the fear response, causing longer term unease typical of anxiety. The locus ceruleus receives signals from the amygdala and initiates the classic anxiety response: rapid heartbeat, increased blood pressure, sweating and pupil dilation. The hippocampus is your memory centre storing raw information from the senses, along with emotional baggage attached to the data by the amygdala. Now we know these key parts, what happens when we are anxious, stressed or fearful? Anxiety, stress and, of course, fear are triggered primarily through your senses: Sight and sound are first processed by the thalamus, filtering incoming cues and sent directly to the amygdala or the cortex. Smells and touch go directly to the amygdala, bypassing the thalamus altogether. (This is why smells often evoke powerful memories or feelings). Any cues from your incoming senses that are associated with a threat in the amygdala (real or not, current or not) are immediately processed to trigger the fear response. This is the expressway. It happens before you consciously feel the fear. The hippothalmus and pituitary gland cause the adrenal glands to pump out high levels of the stress hormone coritsol. Too much short circuits the cells of the hippocampus making it difficult to organize the memory of a trauma or stressful experience. Memories lose context and become fragmented. The body's sympathetic nervous system shifts into overdrive causing the heart to beat faster, blood pressure to rise and the lungs hyperventilate. Perspiration increases and the skin's nerve endings tingle, causing goosebumps. Your senses become hyper-alert, freezing you momentarily as you drink in every detail. Adrenaline floods to the muscles preparing you to fight or run away. The brain shifts focus away from digestion to focus on potential dangers. Sometimes causing evacuation of the digestive tract thorough urination, defecation or vomiting. Heck, if you are about to be eaten as someone else's dinner why bother digesting your own? Only after the fear response has been activated does the conscious mind kick in. Some sensory information, takes a more thoughtful route from the thalamus to the cortex. The cortex decides whether the sensory information warrants a fear response. If the fear is a genuine threat in space and time, the cortex signals the amygdala to continue being on alert. Fear is a good, useful response essential to survival. However, anxiety is a fear of something that cannot be located in space and time. Most often it is that indefinable something triggered initially by something real that you sense, that in itself is not threatening but it is associated with a fearful memory. And the bed nucleus of the stria terminals perpetuate the fear response. Anxiety is a real fear response for the individual feeling anxious. Anxiety can be debilitating for the sufferer. Now that you know how anxiety happens in your brain, we can pay attention to how we can deliberately use our pre-frontal cortex to turn off an inappropriate anxiety response once a threat has passed. Background Music: My Elegant Redemption by Tim McMorris. http://audiojungle.net/item/my-elegant-redemption/5445374 Find out how we can help, http://www.LeadershipAdvantEdge.com
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How Your Brain's Internal Clock Works
Circadian Rhythms-- It's a fancy name for our body's internal clock. And like it not, they dictate so much of what we do and how we feel. Anthony looks at why we have them and how they work. Read More: Scientists map the wiring of the biological clock http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2013-06/wuis-smt052913.php "The connections make the clock precise but also let it adjust to changes in day/night cycles." Night Work May Impair Glucose Tolerance http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/06/130603114146.htm "A new study suggests that night work may impair glucose tolerance, supporting a causal role of night work in the increased risk of Type 2 diabetes among shift workers." Study links workplace daylight exposure to sleep, activity and quality of life http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2013-06/aaos-slw060213.php "Enhancing indoor lighting may improve office workers' physical well-being and sleep quality." Delayed sleep phase disorder http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delayed_sleep_phase_syndrome "Delayed sleep-phase disorder (DSPD), also known as delayed sleep-phase syndrome (DSPS) or delayed sleep-phase type (DSPT), is a circadian rhythm sleep disorder affecting the timing of sleep, peak period of alertness, the core body temperature rhythm, hormonal and other daily rhythms, compared to the general population and relative to societal requirements." Circadian Rhythms Fact Sheet http://www.nigms.nih.gov/Education/Factsheet_CircadianRhythms.htm "Circadian rhythms are physical, mental and behavioral changes that follow a roughly 24-hour cycle, responding primarily to light and darkness in an organism's environment." Inside Life Science: How Our Bodies Keep Time http://www.livescience.com/13123-circadian-rhythms-obesity-diabetes-nih.html "Even when we're not at work, we're on the clock — our biological clock, that is." Watch More: History of Daylight Saving Time: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9DboUW8Wxc How Long Should We Sleep?: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xw_hQD6nHmY Sand Hates You: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHDN5sTmEgE ____________________ DNews is dedicated to satisfying your curiosity and to bringing you mind-bending stories & perspectives you won't find anywhere else! New videos twice daily. Watch More DNews on TestTube http://testtube.com/dnews Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel DNews on Twitter http://twitter.com/dnews Anthony Carboni on Twitter http://twitter.com/acarboni Laci Green on Twitter http://twitter.com/gogreen18 Trace Dominguez on Twitter http://twitter.com/trace501 DNews on Facebook http://facebook.com/dnews DNews on Google+ http://gplus.to/dnews Discovery News http://discoverynews.com
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How to Eat through the transition from a late shift to a night shift.
How to Eat through the transition from a late shift to a night shift. This was a questions asked by someone in my facebook group, which you can join here. ➡️ https://www.facebook.com/groups/1953156311569151/ And after being a shift worker for 17 years, losing 20kgs and keeping it off for 7 I know a thing or two about eating through the shifts. It comes down to 3 things 1. Sleep - You must get enough sleep, this will help control your hunger hormones and stop you craving bad foods. 2. Track Calories over a 24 hour period. The total amount of calories is the most important. Then try and eat every 3-4 hours. 3. Eat high protein and high fibre snacks to keep the hunger pangs at bay If you would like to download my Shift worker Survival Guide which is a 7 step cheat sheet which covers off ➡️ Healthy Snacks for Night Shift Munchies. ➡️ Learn about your Hunger Hormones. ➡️ Learn how to get 8 hours sleep per day (expert Interview). ➡️ An Inside look on how I workout around shift work. ➡️ How to build healthy and nutritious meals. ➡️ Why calories matter. ➡️ How much caffeine you should drink. Then you can download it here ;-) https://gavynberntsen.clickfunnels.com/7-step-cheat-sheetethofo1g If you have a specific question please submit it here ;-) https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSccNCpWkFv4sGoWoWkgcgQOKWx4HVureE6gK-gDG2itpbXrRQ/viewform
Views: 20 Gavyn Berntsen
Arendt, Josephine - 07 Circadian rhythm disturbances - shift workers
Professor Josephine Arendt (b 1941) is Emeritus Professor of Endocrinology in the University of Surrey. Trained as a biochemist she is a specialist on biological rhythms and has pioneered the field of chronobiology. She has researched biological rhythms and their mechanisms widely in animals and humans, including studies on jet-lag, sleep disorders in the blind, shift work, and devised techniques to measure melatonin and its metabolites. In this interview and associated material she describes her career and discusses many of these fascinating aspects of her work. Interview conducted by Professor Tilli Tansey, for the History of Modern Biomedicine Research Group, 17th March 2015, and transcribed by Debra Gee. A longer audio only interview was also conducted, the transcript of which is also available at http://www.histmodbiomed.org/file/arendt-josephine-transcript-audio-interviewpdf . The original tapes and unedited transcripts will be available to study in the Wellcome Library. Professor Arendt also contributed to the Witness Seminar on Seasonal Affective Disorder (http://www.histmodbiomed.org/witsem/vol51) and a related interview with Professor Norman Rosenthal is at http://www.histmodbiomed.org/article/sad-30. Funded by a Strategic Award to Professor Tilli Tansey from the Wellcome Trust.
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RRB ALP | RRB Group D | RPF | Important Glands & Hormones for Exam by Shefali Ma'am | Must Watch!
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Circadian rhythm disorders
There are a number of disorders of the circadian rhythm that can cause problems with feeling more sleepy that you would expect or having trouble sleeping. They include delayed and advanced sleep-wake phase disorders, irregular and non-24 sleep-wake rhythm disorders and shift work disorder.
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Fertility Charting With Shift Work, Inconsistent Wking Time, Short Luteal Phase
Video Chart Interpretation: Fertility Charting With Shift Work, Inconsistent Wking Time, Short Luteal Phase. Related Q&A: http://www.fertilityfriend.com/Faqs/BBT-and-shift-work.html
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Health lies in healthy circadian habits | Satchin Panda | TEDxBeaconStreet
Every organ and even every cell in our body has circadian or 24 h clock. Circadian clocks turn on and off thousands of genes at the right time of the day or night. These rhythms work together to maintain healthy balance of brain chemicals, hormones, and nutrients. When our rhythms break down we are more likely to suffer from a wide range of diseases from depression to cancer. We can tune our daily habits of eating, sleeping or getting the right amount of light to sustain our circadian rhythms. Healthy rhythms nurture healthy body and healthy mind. Dr. Satchidananda Panda, a professor at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California. Satchin’s work deals specifically with the timing of food and it’s relationship with our biological clocks governed by circadian rhythm and also the circadian rhythm in general. Professor Panda explores the genes, molecules and cells that keep the whole body on the same circadian clock. A section of the hypothalamus called the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) lies at the center of the body’s master clock and gets input directly from light sensors in the eyes, keeping the rest of the body on schedule. Panda discovered how these light sensors work, as well as how cellular timekeepers in other parts of the body function. He also uncovered a novel blue light sensor in the retina that measures ambient light level and sets the time to go to sleep and wake up every day. In the process of exploring how the liver’s daily cycles work, Panda found that mice which eat within a set amount of time (12 hours) resulted in slimmer, healthier mice than those who ate the same number of calories in a larger window of time, showing that when one eats may be as important as what one eats. If the benefits of this “12-hour diet” hold true in humans, it could have profound impacts on treating overeating disorders, diabetes and obesity. The circadian clock, he found, even mediates the immune system. Mice with a crucial circadian molecule missing had higher levels of inflammation in their bodies than other mice, suggesting that genes and molecules involved in the circadian clock could be drug targets for conditions linked to inflammation, such as infections or cancer. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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Cortisol Saliva Lab Work for Hormone Testing
How to test your cortisol levels - a saliva test prescribed by your doctor. What is looks like and how easy it is to do. Cortisol is produced by stress, but is a natural hormone affected by a variety of conditions that can negatively affect your health. -- FOLLOW ME: Website: http://www.getgreenbewell.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GetGreenBeWell Twitter: https://twitter.com/GetGreenBeWell Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kimberly_bu... Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/GetGreenBeW... Snapchat: Kimberly Button FOLLOW ME: Website: http://www.getgreenbewell.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GetGreenBeWell Twitter: https://twitter.com/GetGreenBeWell Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kimberly_bu... Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/GetGreenBeW...
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How Your Cell Phone Is Destroying Your Sleep | Blue Light Sleep Effects
We all read on our cell phones at night in bed, but do we really know how this can affect our sleep. If you’re having trouble sleeping, check it out to learn more. At night, artificial light can throw our body’s clock out of sync, but not all colours have the same effect on us. In particular, blue wavelengths are the most disruptive to our bodies at night. Darkness is nature’s cue to the body that it’s time to start winding down for sleep, which tells the brain to start secreting the hormone ‘melatonin’. The problem specifically with blue wavelengths of light at night is that they are the most disruptive in suppressing the production of melatonin, which makes it harder to fall asleep and even be able to achieve good quality sleep once you doze off. This episode of Ratalyst provides some strategies for improving your night time routine to have a positive change to your health and the way your body functions. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ratalyst is about change. Sharing ideas to shape your world and live a fulfilled and satisfying life. We take inspiration from books, TED talks, articles and anything that presents an idea to enhance your life. Ratalyst refers to being a catalyst for the rat race. Whether you want to obtain the tools to survive the 9-to-5 rat race by making your working life more enjoyable and fulfilling, or escape completely and follow your entrepreneurial passion, we aim to provide interesting content for you! Please SUBSCRIBE to be notified of new video releases! Website: www.ratalyst.com Facebook: /Ratalyst Twitter: @Ratalyst Google+: Ratalyst If you would like to make engaging whiteboard animation videos like these, I use Videoscribe by Sparkol. If you are going to embark on your own project and decide to use this awesome program, please consider supporting me by using this link: http://www.sparkol.com?aid=835096 You can trial it 7 days for free too!
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Why Intermittent Fasting Is So Effective - With Thomas DeLauer
Control your major fat burning hormones with this proven trick: http://go2.sixpackshortcuts.com/SH2A1 -- Check out Tom's channel here: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheTdelauer -- Hey guys, Thomas DeLauer here... I did this video because I want to talk a little bit about something I do from time to time, and that's intermittent fasting. We've all heard the school of thought that we need to eat every two hours. The reason behind that thought process is that we want to keep glucose levels higher, keep amino acid levels and nitrogen balance higher so that we don't catabolize and break down muscle tissue... So we're always eating. The general idea behind intermittent fasting (or what most people think) is that by reducing the calorie intake, glycogen stores in muscles, glucose levels... You're allowing your body to start tapping into fat stores more efficiently. That does make sense... but only for a short amount of time. Your body isn't just gonna magically start breaking down fat tissue. A lot of times, it might start breaking down muscle tissue and protein through a process called gluconeogenesis. So it's not magic... You stop eating and your body starts burning fat... Otherwise you'd have a lot more people walking around that are ripped, because a lot of us simply don't eat. Basically the benefit of intermittent fasting more so comes from the secretion of human growth hormone. I wanna focus this video mostly on that HGH secretion because that is such a big component. There are a multitude of different reasons why intermittent fasting is great, and why it's great to do from TIME TO TIME. So here we go: HGH is secreted by the pituitary gland (a gland in the brain) which handles many of your master functions... and a lot to do with recovery or cell growth or cell regeneration... or muscle growth. Unfortunately those levels naturally decline as we age, so if we have higher levels of HGH, it's only natural that we would have higher levels of lean body mass and lower levels of body fat. They're clinically associated with each other. Hormones vary with their secretion throughout the day. They surge and spike, but if we eat to manipulate that, we can really progress. Our growth hormone levels are at their highest first thing in the morning. ...Because we've been fasting. We haven't been flooding our body with food, or glucose. So the body secretes HGH to preserve body weight... but once we eat breakfast, the growth hormone levels start to drop. If we start fasting, we can extend growth hormone secretion, which allows us to build a little more muscle and get a little leaner. The caveat is that the calorie intake isn't there to support muscle growth, so we have to time it perfectly. That's where we get into the two different types of fasting...The first one is called a full day fast - SO you would pick one day out of the week that you're going to fast for the entire day... 24 hours. This has a lot of positive effects in the way of cellular inflammation. It gives your digestive system a break. It's not the best if you're trying to build TONS of muscle, but i'ts great to stimulate recovery, keep your body healthy, give your digestive system a break and allow the body to just relax. The other benefit is a full 24 hour period of extra growth hormone secretion. So if you're trying to stay ripped, lean, or achieve a little bit of weight loss... This is the perfect plan for you. The other method is called a daily fast - that you've likely heard of already. You'll fast for 16-18 hours and then binge for 6-8. Try to eat the right kind of foods of course... But do it every day. This daily fast allows you to capitalize more on insulin levels. You'll reduce your caloric intake to nothing for 16 hours.... go to the gym at the end of your fasting period, break your fast with your post workout meal, and eat for a few hours. So you capitalize on a little bit of the elevated HGH, but also a high level of insulin sensitivity which means when you DO eat, your body will latch on to what your eating, absorb it, and allow you to recover better. But at the end of the day, people find that when they do a fasting program, they get results because they can stick to the program better. Meal prep is a lot easier. You're not constantly worrying about food. When it gets down to the wire and you're trying to get the last percent of fat off, it's not going to be the best way to go. So there you have it, if you want to still be able to enjoy your life a little bit but still keep your HGH high and keep muscle on... Then this might be one of the best methods for you. Thanks for checking it out today guys! As always, tune into SPS for more fitness, nutrition, and fat loss tips: http://go2.sixpackshortcuts.com/SH2A1 Peace, Thomas PS Don't forget to share this with your friends! http://youtu.be/k61PqPrUCTQ -- This crazy trick gets you ripped: http://go2.sixpackshortcuts.com/SH2A1
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Mechanism of action of insulin
Log on http://healthdrip.com/what-is-diabetes-and-its-causes/ for more information on Mechanism of action of insulin. This video shows the Mechanism of action of insulin, how it acts in the body and how it is affected by Diabetes. The video has been produced by WEH movies. You can visit their channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/WEHImovies
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EMS Fatigue Awareness: Tiny Paramedic Portrait 32/100
The fatigue that creeps up on shift workers is complex and multifaceted. First and foremost, the sleep debt of night shifts is cumulative. This debt is often compounded when the shift worker has a young family at home or has to work a second job to make ends meet. Practitioners who find themselves working in uncontrolled emergency environments have many issues competing for their alertness. Paramedics must manage driving lights and sirens through busy urban environments while still adapting to constant interruptions, changing safety hazards, medication calculations, crashing resuscitations and managing the needs of the concerned family members– all of which deplete energy reserves. Often when working in such a high stress environment a twelve-hour shift can feel like twenty. The fact of the matter is that with the addition of late and early calls, those long twelve-hour shifts routinely become 13/14/15-hours shifts. Another major issue emergency workers face is repetitive prolonged exposure to high stress situations putting our bodies in a constant state of a “fight of flight”. This fight or flight reaction then over exposes practitioners to the hormones associated with this stress response. Adrenaline is released first to get you going. Next your body will also release slow-acting, longer-lasting, steroid-like stress hormones called “glucocorticoids.” These longer-lasting steroidal hormones are the ones that do harm over time, especially if you repeat the stressful event everyday and think about it every night. Persistent or chronic activation of the sympathetic division of the nervous system interferes with the body’s homeostatic and restorative functions resulting in a constant, rather than an intermittent flood of glucocorticoids in the body. The excitement may last for just a few minutes, but getting over it can take hours. Thus, when paramedics have high call volumes (call to call to call) they are given no opportunity to recover from the hormones infiltrating their bodies. Lastly, and I believe the least talked about issue compounding the effects of fatigue is the unwelcome occurrence the brains auto replay function. After dragging oneself home and tucking into bed, many paramedics will find themselves still so wired that a detailed re-examination begins. Recalling of every single decision made, each action taken, every word uttered while wondering if they could have done something more for their patients.
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Update - 3months hormones - work - social anxiety
Hey everyone! It's been a few months but here's a little update. I encourage you to comment and/or message me! Especially if you want some help finding resources!
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Sleep Like A Baby
60sec message about Melatonin deficiency causing sleeplessness from Life Extension. note this product is no longer available by calling the number shown in the commercial. Produced and directed by Charles Lange. Melatonin is a hormone secreted by the pineal gland in the brain. It helps regulate other hormones and maintains the body's circadian rhythm. The circadian rhythm is an internal 24-hour "clock" that plays a critical role in when we fall asleep and when we wake up. When it is dark, your body produces more melatonin; when it is light, the production of melatonin drops. Being exposed to bright lights in the evening or too little light during the day can disrupt the body' s normal melatonin cycles. For example, jet lag, shift work, and poor vision can disrupt melatonin cycles.
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What Hormone Induces Sleep?
The impact of sleep deprivation on hormones and metabolism. Exposure to light induces signals that, as explained earlier, travel from the retina a texas endocrinologist explains how insomnia can be influenced by hormone imbalances in estrogen, testosterone, cortisol, progesterone and thyroid 9 aug 2016 harvard medical school scientists concur that specific wavelengths of suppress sleep inducing melatonin brain 5 mar 2015 supplement's use aid is supported confirm mutation induced reduction was actually due there close link between hormones. Thus to 24 feb 2015 sleep disturbance, which negatively impacts hormonal rhythms and circadian disruption, typically induced by shift work, may 26 2017 both exercise induce the release of human growth hormone. Melatonin has 1 feb 2013 although women sometimes feel sleepy after sex, the phenomenon that hormone's release during orgasm causes men to 16 oct 2009 a relationship exists between sleep wake cycle and hormone melatonin secretion) stress (which stimulates cortisol release). Webmd examines the hormone melatonin, which helps regulate sleep and wake cycles. It has been seen that increased levels of gaba in this area contribute to inducing sleep. Experts estimate that as much 75 percent of human growth hormone melatonin has often been called a 'sleep hormone' although it is not essential for sleep, we sleep better during the time secreted 1 sep 2015 discuss how blue light negatively affects health and patterns. Light and blue light affects levels of the sleep inducing hormone it turns out answer can be found in chemistry. Sleep hormone melatonin and sleep national foundation. What happens neurologically that causes us to wake up from sleep melatonin for hormone and supplement effects on. Chemicals involved in this process is melatonin, a hormone that makes us feel drowsy. There are at least 11 (almost definitely more) there neurotransmitters and hormones that play intimate roles in the sleep to wakefulness. You and your hormones from the society for q&a why is blue light before bedtime bad sleep? Scientific science of sleep american chemical societypoor effects screen time on adult research suggests brain's melatonin may trigger. When it gets dark, your body releases a hormone called melatonin the 2 major pathways by which sleep affects release of hormones are levels ghrelin, peptide that is secreted stomach and stimulates this actually very complex question. Melatonin is the super sleep hormone naturalnews. Chemical messengers how hormones help us sleepwhat makes you sleep? Nhlbi, nih. Sleep hormone melatonin 26 aug 2014 having trouble sleeping at night, but don't know why? Check out these 10 facts about melatoninmelatonin is a produced in the exposure to light stimulates nerve pathway from retina eye an area scn also delays release of other hormones like melatonin, which 9 sep 2015 sleep allows many our replenish so we have optimal base brain) triggers cortisone and cortisol known as n acetyl 5 methoxy tr
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Sleep Deprivation and Food Cravings
If you’re not getting enough sleep studies show it could be causing you to gain weight. Carrie Bloemers, a personal health advocate with Lee Health, says when you’re hungry for sleep your body starts to crave things other than a good night’s rest. “Your chronological clock rises and falls with the sun, so a lot of our hormones are based on that.” Our appetite is regulated by two hormones, lepton and ghrelin. Those hormones can either increase or suppress your appetite depending on how much sleep you’re getting. “If you’re not sleeping enough you actually have higher levels of ghrelin which stimulates your appetite and lower levels of lepton which makes you feel full,” said Bloemers. If you can’t sleep at night, it’s important to try to get enough sunlight and maintain solid blocks of sleep throughout the day. “They do a lot of research with shift workers or people working overnight are not getting a lot of sleep. And that lack of sleep and lack of following your natural daily rhythm can impact those hormones and your daily metabolism,” said Bloemers. If you’re awake overnight, your body craves more sugar to keep it stimulated. This can have an impact on your insulin levels and weight. “If our sleep is not routine, or if we’re up all night, or it changes, it really impacts all different hormones and signals in your body, which has an impact on how your body utilizes sugar and how your metabolism runs,” said Bloemers. Irregular sleep patterns can take its toll on your body, making it important to make time to get enough rest, sunlight, and nutrients while you’re awake. View More Health Matters video segments at LeeHealth.org/Healthmatters/ Lee Health in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of health care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For more than 100 years, we’ve been providing our community with personalized preventative health services and primary care to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Lee Health - Caring People. Inspiring Care. Visit LeeHealth.org
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Natural Cures for Insomnia
For more info: https://draxe.com/insomnia-cures/?utm_campaign=Youtube-Nov-2014&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube&utm_term=insomnia In this video I will go through the steps you need to follow to naturally cure insomnia. 1. Eliminating carbohydrates before bed and consuming quality fats in its place (avocado and yogurt). 2. Reduce stress by avoiding the television screens and computer screens before bed and read something that helps you relax (journal, Bible). 3. Take quality supplements, especially Magnesium (400-500mg before bed). 4. Use essential oils like Lavender and Chamomile by rubbing a few drops on your neck before bed or taking a detox bath with epsom salts. 5. Lower the temperature in your house (60s), make sure your bed is comfortable, make sure your room is dark. Following these steps will help you fall asleep fast and overcome insomnia naturally. *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Josh Axe, and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Axe nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
Views: 714987 Dr. Josh Axe
8 Sleeping Habits KILLING Your Gains!
Pick your program here - http://athleanx.com/x/my-workouts Subscribe to this channel here - http://bit.ly/2b0coMW The way you sleep can have a direct impact on the muscle gains you will ultimately see from your workouts. I’m going to show you how 8 popular sleeping habits are possibly interfering with your ability to build muscle and remain injury free. Don’t be embarrassed if you wind up finding out that you are doing at least a few of these. The important thing is that I’m here to help. The first thing that you want to do before you even get into bed is stretch. Now I’m sure you’ve heard that it is not good to do static stretching before working out but do you know why? The reason is twofold. When you stretch before lifting you are interrupting the stored motor patterns that your body has to make movement efficient and memorable. This means, with the new muscle length provided by the stretching your bench press movement will not match up with the one that is stored. This leads to awkward pressing and an increase likelihood of injury. The second thing that occurs is that the increased length disrupts the overlap of muscle fibers and interferes with the strength of contraction. If this happens, you can expect to see a decline in your strength levels and force output at the exact worst time that you would want that to happen, just before your workout. Next, you want to be sure you adjust the sheets at the end of the bed before you even get in it. Why? This is because the tightness of your sheets will directly impact the tightness of your ankles in the long run. When you lay in bed your ankles will be pulled down into plantarflexion because of the sheets that are tucked in to the end of your bed. If you stay in this position for say 8 to 10 hours, you can guarantee that your calves will get tight and your ankle will lose mobility over time. Try squatting with bad ankle mobility and you will quickly see your leg gains go down as you no longer can descend low enough in the squat. The health of your shoulders is paramount to a big upper body. Just ask anyone who has ever injured their shoulder what it meant to their ability to lift and make gains in their chest, arms and back not to mention their delts. The key is to limit the tightness that is likely to happen just by avoiding common but bad sleeping postures. If you lay on your side with your hand under your head, make sure you don’t do this on top of the pillow. You can see instantly how this internally rotates your shoulder and leads to tight posterior shoulder capsules. If you place the hand under the pillow however you can dramatically change the situation and actually help to restore some lost external rotation. The same can happen when you lay on your stomach. Your arms get internally rotated at the shoulder to support your head on the pillow. Even worse however, your low back takes a beating as you compress your lumbar spine and adaptively shorten your lumber paraspinal muscles. This leads to the all too common low back pain. The best way to sleep is either on your back with the sheets loosened at the end of the bed or on your side with your legs straight and a pillow between your knees. Either way, you are minimizing the damage that you are doing to your body for extensive periods of time every night and giving your body a better chance of making pain free gains in the gym. Finally, upon waking make sure you immediately start the rehydration process by drinking two 12-16 ounce glasses of water. You have just gone a long period of time without drinking any water so you will want to get this in you to provide the environment for muscle gains. And of course, never underestimate the value of good sleep. Cortisol will be released by your body the less sleep you get. This will directly counteract the benefits of testosterone and lead to less muscle. Sleep as much as you can. If you are looking for a program that prioritizes muscle recovery as one of the main ways it helps you to build muscle much faster, head to http://athleanx.com and get one of the ATHLEAN-X Training Systems that best suits your goals. Start training like an athlete and start seeing better muscle gains more quickly. For more videos on how to build more muscle and the best way to sleep to improve hormones and recovery, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
Views: 2197817 ATHLEAN-X™
Understanding Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders
Circadian rhythm sleep disorders can account for many sleep problems. There are many people who have an irregular body clock and they just don’t know it. Circadian rhythm sleep disorders occur when there is a mismatch between the sleep-wake cycle required by your environment and your own internal sleep wake cycle. There are 5 main types of circadian rhythm disorders. They are delayed phase sleep disorder, advanced phase sleep disorder, Non-24 hour sleep wake disorder, shift work and jet lag. Delayed phase sleep disorder occurs when you can’t seem to get sleepy until very late in the evening – typically between 1am and 6am. This is despite your best efforts to settle down and get to bed hours earlier. And because you feel asleep late, you are are naturally driven to sleep until late morning or early afternoon. Sleeping late becomes a problem when you have an inflexible morning schedule. Let’s say you have to wake up at 6am to go to work so you can’t afford to be awake at 2am. For those who have flexible schedules, they can simply sleep later and end up getting a full 7-9 hours of sleep. There is an adolescent version of this that is usually hormonally driven and seen in about 10% of teenagers. It’s tough when they are trying to get up to go to school, but they often grow out of it by early 20’s. People with advanced phase sleep disorder have the opposite problem. They have trouble keeping her eyes open early in the evening and want to go to sleep between 6 and 8pm. This tends to be less disruptive a problem for the person who has a 9-to-5 job. But here is where it can cause problems: you get home from work and fall asleep on the couch at 7pm and wake up at 11pm. You then can’t go back to sleep until 2 AM and sleep until 5am. Cumulatively you’ve gotten seven hours of sleep. But you still don’t feel rested because your sleep is choppy and your natural progression and flow of your sleep cycle was interrupted. Then we have the non-24-hour sleep wake disorder. For this person, their body clock is longer than 24 hrs, lets just say 25hr. So what happens is they naturally go to sleep later and later each night. Eventually they have complete day-night reversal. This sleep disorder is more commonly seen in people who are blind, but does occur is sighted people as well. It tends to be very debilitating as the person has no reliable or consistent sleep pattern. I will talk about solutions to these problems in a later videos. I will talk about shift work and jet lag in the lifestyle interference video, but just know that they are classified as circadian rhythm disorders. Visit my channel for more videos: https://Youtube.com/DrTraceyMarks Subscribe to get notified about my latest videos: https://goo.gl/DFfT33
Views: 1560 Dr. Tracey Marks
MCAT Biology Lecture: Peptide vs. Steroid Hormone
http://mcatforme.com This lecture is part of series of lectures for the Mcatforme home study program. Visit our site for detailed MCAT schedules + course materials that accompany these lectures. If you'd like to self study for the MCAT using our free MCAT program, check out the books we recommend below: Content Review: Princeton Review Complete Set - http://www.mcatforme.com/content-review Practice Problems: EK Verbal - http://www.mcatforme.com/ek-verbal EK Chemistry - http://www.mcatforme.com/ek-chemistry EK Ochem - http://www.mcatforme.com/ek-ochem EK Bio - http://www.mcatforme.com/ek-biology EK Physics - http://www.mcatforme.com/ek-physics Practice Tests: AAMC - http://www.mcatforme.com/aamc Gold Standard - http://www.mcatforme.com/goldstandard Read the full reviews here: http://www.mcatforme.com/best-mcat-books-review/ _____________________________________________________ Stay updated with us through social media: www.facebook.com/mcatformeprep https://twitter.com/mcatforme
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12:00 PM - Group D Crash Course | GS by Shipra Ma'am | Day#15| Electricity Top-30 Questions
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