Dr Kokayi has a chance to speak with Bud Weiss an advocate of free choice with respect to vaccinations. Proponents of mandatory vaccination were trying to push a bill (bill 10492) thru the NY State legislature sanctioning this. The sheer fallacy in doing this is discussed and indeed this bill was later defeated with the help of parents and practitioners state wide. In the second half of the program Bud Weiss changes hats and speaks about his work with a phenomenal system of breathing developed by a Russian doctor, Dr Konstantin Buteyko. This system of breathing has been repeatedly shown to facilitate patients recovering completely from asthma and other reactive airway diseases. Its also important in the treatment of hypertension. The increase in the expiratory phase of breathing leads normalization of carbon dioxide levels in the blood (increases them) which lead to dilation of arteries and airways.
Archive for the ‘Hypertension’ Category
This programs features an in depth discussion between Dr Kokayi and Dr Dexter Weiss on issues related to cardiovascular health. Dr Weiss is the nationâ€™s first naturopathic cardiologist and shares his perspective on the misplaced attention on cholesterol. Dr Weiss gives an alternative perspective on the roots of cardiovascular problems citing oxidation and inflammation as being the root causes of heart attacks and strokes. His views on hypertension are also discussed.
In this broadcast, theÂ Global Medicine Review’sÂ guest,Â Acupuncturist JoshuaÂ Shome, talks about using acupuncture as a way to treat prehypertension and long standing hypertension. Mr. Shome discusses some of the principles of using acupuncture for circulatory disturbances, explaining how acupuncture must be used in the context ofÂ an assessment of each patientâ€™s lifestyle and emotional state. He goes on to talk about what a person might experience in being treated by acupuncture for hypertension â€“,explaining how there are immediate results.
Faybiene Mirandaâ€™s Poem of the Week Title: Is there someone you need to celebrate?