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"Remarkable" - Psychology Today "A vital, compassionate gem that fills a desperate and under-addressed need in our society." - Esquire "A perversely safe place in which he and his guests talk about their fears, addictions and traumatic childhoods." - NY Times "Gilmartin makes a conscious effort to explore stories that aren’t black and white" - Slate Magazine "Praised by listeners all over the world" - Atlantic Monthly Named To Top Health Podcast List by: NY Times, Esquire, Slate, Oprah Magaz ...
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This podcast features a series of discussions between Dr. Bryan Rade ND and other healthcare providers who specialize in complex chronic illness. Topics include mold illness, chronic Lyme disease and coinfections, mast cell activation syndrome, heavy metals, small intestine bacterial overgrowth, dysautonomia, and many others.
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Healthy Illness

Kelly Marie

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A weekly podcast to help you build healthy relationships while living with mental illness and disorders. Hosted by Kelly Marie, an advocate and peer who uses her own life experiences with anxiety, depression and borderline personality disorder to empower you to defy the limitations of your diagnosis and create the life you deserve. (Formerly Living the Front Seat Life Podcast)
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Living with a chronic illness can be an incredibly isolating experience. It can feel as though you're navigating life -- your illness itself, your experience with the medical system, communicating with your job and with loved ones -- completely by yourself. In this podcast, Katie, a coach who works with people living with chronic illness and who lives with a chronic illness herself, talks to people about their illnesses & conditions, their experiences, and their lives. The purpose is to shar ...
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"Look Again: Mental Illness Re-Examined” is a groundbreaking podcast brought to you by the BC Schizophrenia Society and supporting partners. Host Faydra Aldridge, CEO of BCSS, and co-host Melissa McKenna, Marketing and Communications Manager at BCSS, speak with medical experts, families, and people with lived experience of mental illness to dispel myths and get to the truth. Be prepared for frank conversations, up-to-date medical information, immersive sound design, and stories of hope and r ...
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Welcome to Chronically Fulfilled Life®️, a podcast created by chronic illness warriors for chronic illness warriors. If you're tired of endlessly seeking answers, feeling dismissed by doctors, and feeling constantly misunderstood, you've found your community! I'm Alyssa Truelove, your host, a fellow chronic illness warrior (Endometriosis & Fibromyalgia), advocate, and coach. Living with chronic illness can feel like a full-time job, but here, we understand the struggle. We know that chronic ...
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Chronic illness completely changes your life but nobody talks about or even acknowledges all of the emotional issues that come with it and I'm on a mission to change that. As a therapist living with four autoimmune diseases, I know exactly what the issues are and more importantly, how to overcome them. From medical gaslighting, dealing with grief and all of the 'what if' thoughts that keep you awake at night, let's talk about the emotional issues of chronic illness and what you can do to hel ...
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If you have experienced any type of chronic pain, chronic illness or mental challenge like anxiety/depression this podcast is for you, so you can take your power back. Hear inspiring testimonials by everyday people who have healed their bodies and minds of chronic pain, illness & dis-ease. Learn about different supportive modalities for self healing like brain retraining, nervous system regulation, somatic experiencing, polyvagal theory, journalling, exposure therapy & more. Explore the mind ...
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Hope and Help For Fatigue & Chronic Illness

Institute For Neuro-Immune Medicine

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Welcome to the Hope and Help for Fatigue and Chronic Illness Podcast. It's our mission to help people that have some really complicated illnesses. People that have post viral syndrome like long COVID and ME/CFS or chronic fatigue. Those that have had toxic exposures like gulf war illness, mold exposures, pesticides and heavy metals. These illnesses can present very similarly, they can actually look the same to your clinician. You may have fatigue, post exertional malaise, foggy brain and man ...
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How do uninvited life challenges like chronic illness or loss change us? Psychotherapist Lauren Selfridge hosts compassionate, humorous conversations with people who have been there. Through their insights and wisdom, you're invited to explore the bigger questions about life: Why are we here? What does fulfillment really mean? How do our relationships nourish us? And what will we leave behind when we're gone?
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Food and Therapeutic Diet Solutions for Women with Autoimmune Disease and Chronic Illness. Are you a woman with autoimmune disease or chronic illness? Are you so tired of feeling tired and going to doctor after doctor and trying the different naturopathic methods, all the different diets, and literally nothing sticking? Nothing is helping you? Autoimmune Disease and Chronic Illness are difficult to navigate and you’re often doing it on your own. Doctors can test, maybe diagnose, and medicate ...
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Chronic Illness Support

Samantha Bowick

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Chronic Illness Support is a place for those who are suffering with chronic illness to come together and learn from those who are also suffering. Samantha will be joined by a guest on her podcast to discuss a specific chronic illness the guest is suffering with to help provide education, awareness, and community. Chronic Illness Support Podcast is listed at number 5 of 15 chronic illness podcasts by Feedspot! "15 Best Chronic Illness Podcasts" https://blog.feedspot.com/chronic_illness_podcasts/
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Sometimes in life things get in your way or you have to adapt. Mental health has a big impact on physical health. I’m hoping this podcast will help shine a light on that and help people become happier and healthier, and understand even if your illness is invisible it does mean it’s not there.
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A Cleveland Clinic podcast covering lung disease, allergy, sleep, critical illness and infectious disease. We’ll help you learn more about conditions affecting your respiratory health as we discuss related diseases, causes, treatments, innovations and what the future may bring. So take a deep breath and join us.
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Mental Health Association Oklahoma created The Mental Health Download podcast to share stories each week about mental illness, homelessness, incarceration and suicide, and how each can impact our lives in a profound way. Mental health affects everyone, yet the social stigma attached to mental health issues keeps so many of our family members, friends, colleagues and neighbors silent. Why are we so afraid to talk about these issues? Each week, our host Adi McCasland invites guests to share ho ...
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Thriving with Chronic Illness

Thriving with Chronic Illness

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Is it possible to suffer daily with chronic illness and also live a thriving life? Yes! Jennifer Slattery is your chronic illness coach and friend, walking alongside you with the resources and support you need to thrive in your life. This podcast empowers listeners to see their illness through the lens of the gospel, using Scripture as a roadmap for navigating the challenges, loneliness, fatigue and pains of life with chronic illness, while also learning how to thrive.
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Conversations about parental mental illness, with Dr Pamela Jenkins. Pamela's mum Irene had a schizo-affective disorder. In each of these episodes, she shares memories and experiences with someone else who also grew up as the child of a parent with mental illness. My Family, Mental Illness, and Me is a podcast from Our Time, a charity that supports and advocates for the estimated 3 million UK young people living with or caring for a parent with a mental illness. It is supported by the Mental ...
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Podcast for She Makes Sense, a mental health mentoring company designed to help women make their mental health their superpower. "While Living With a Mental Illness" navigates the joys and challenges of life through the perspective of founder and CEO Annsley Lucas who chooses to life alongside living with Bipolar Disorder.
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Experience these in-depth interviews with the fighters that BEAT their chronic health issues NATURALLY by following a 120 program designed by Dr. Reese. These interviews were the catalyst for Dr. Reese writing the popular book, THE PEOPLE VS CHRONIC ILLNESS: The Evidence, Knowledge and Solution to Becoming Pain & Drug-Free.
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HER HOLISTIC HEALING, Autoimmunity, Chronic Illness, Natural Remedies, Chronic Fatigue, Essential Oils, Meal Ideas

Alexandra Yu-Christian Health Coach, Holistic Health Coach, Registered Nurse, Mama Bear

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Overcome Autoimmunity with Simple Habits for Christian Women ****TOP 1.5% PODCAST (global ranking)**** Are you discouraged and overwhelmed by autoimmunity or chronic symptoms? Do you want more energy and less anxiety so that you can do “all the things”? Are you searching for meal ideas, essential oils, and other holistic treatments so that you can finally feel better? In this podcast, you will learn empowering principles and simple, practical solutions that can provide vibrant health to your ...
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In this week’s episode, host Haylie Pomroy is joined by Irina Rozenfeld, a board-certified nurse practitioner, to talk about Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS), its effects on the body and working with clinicians to find the right treatment. The heart rate of individuals with POTS, when moving upright, elevates up to 30-40 beats per m…
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When you live with chronic illness, you can feel so very alone which makes getting support more important than ever. What's often shocking though is discovering just how little support is actually out there! There is so little knowledge about chronic illness in our communities, families, medical and social support systems that you can end up feel j…
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Ep. 108 Kelly Marie explores the profound interplay between movement, mental health, and the significance of a stable living environment. As she ventures through her own personal experience of moving homes, Kelly Marie provides listeners with a candid, thoughtful narrative around the holistic concept of movement, extending beyond mere physical exer…
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Magic Dust Playlist: Awon & Gorilla Glock - Blacklisted (Sergent) Nas & DJ Premier - Define My Name Amerigo Gazaway, featuring Dillon - We Ain't Playin' Jakk Da Rhymer - Young Squalor K-Rec, featuring Son Doobie & Kool Kim - Sunset Dave East & Harry Fraud - Questions Kooley High & Tuamie - Other Side Fashawn & Spano - Bounty Killer Dan-E-O, featuri…
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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) makes everyday living feel impossible. Working out means a 4 hour nap. Cooking for your family is practically impossible if you want to do anything afterwards with them. It's frustrated and so often we feel helpless. Is there anything you can do about it? The answer is YES! There is SO much within your control and it'…
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Michael Laurie is an actor, a small group facilitator, and a parent. He talks with Paul about his road to recovery and shares his unusual story of becoming a foster parent, with all the love and pain that entails. More about Michael Laurie: www.MichaelLaurie.com IG @MichaelLaurieus WAYS TO HELP THE MIHH PODCAST Subscribe via iTunes and leave a revi…
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Scoliosis, what is it? An age old question that we have been trying to solve for centuries. Because of this, we have centuries of scoliosis medical devices, such as bracing or old exercise devices, with good intent but not always good results. Tune into this week's episode to find out about what we currently know about Scoliosis and how we currentl…
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There are many symptoms of autoimmunity that you might not know about. However, there are many simple, natural tools that can help with chronic symptoms. As you continue to learn about alternative methods for health, you will feel more and more empowered. Hope for Your Health: A Simple Cheat Sheet for Getting Started with Holistic Health God’s Way …
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In today's episode, I was joined by the inspiring Jodi Nimigan Young, a lupus warrior and healthcare social worker, who shared her profound journey managing lupus with positivity and resilience. We dove into the importance of stress management, self-care, and mindfulness, especially when living with a chronic illness. Jodi also discussed her book "…
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Monica Michelle is joined by consultant and podcast host Tim Reitma. Tim lives with Crohn's Disease. In this episode, Monica and Tim discuss: Tim’s resiliency through managing his Crohn’s The importance of self-advocacy, especially in the workplace Tim’s podcast why he shares stories of those with invisible illness TIMESTAMPS 00:47 - Tim's diagnosi…
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Dr. Rade shares his thoughts about diet, exercise, chemical exposure, parenting style and more, with the intention of providing information that can help keep our kids as healthy as possible. To join Dr. Rade's mailing list to get free access to the first two parts of his Overcoming Chronic Illness Course: https://eastcoastnaturopathic.com/dr-bryan…
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Katie talks with Tim, the founder of Invisible Condition and the host of Invisible Condition podcast, about his 30-year journey with Crohn's disease. They commiserate and laugh about people telling them to "just drink more water," talk about how making 1% changes in mindset can be game-changing, and get inspired by all the work to come across the c…
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In this episode, we delve into the mental illness journey of former NHL goalie, Corey Hirsch. Renowned for his stellar career with the New York Rangers and Vancouver Canucks, Corey's life story extends beyond the ice, unveiling a silent battle with mental illness. From the pinnacle of professional hockey to the darkest corners of despair, Corey sha…
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Amy Myrdal Miller, is an award-winning dietitian, farmer's daughter, public speaker, author, and president of Farmer's Daughter Consulting, an agriculture, food, and culinary communications firm founded in 2014. During her 27-year career, Amy has worked for Fleishman Hillard, the Rippe Lifestyle Institute, Dole Food Company, the California Walnut B…
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Translational research is now a key player in advancing studies for Gulf War Illness. In this episode, Dr. Amanpreet Cheema, Program Director of Research Operations at the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine, discusses how the experts and researchers at the Institute effectively collaborate to translate scientific discoveries into real-world soluti…
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Jewelry Store Shootout Playlist: Mickey Diamond - Rocksteady J Schiltz, featuring Rel McCoy - The Latest Edo.G & Tone Spliff - Catch Up Werdperfect, Dub Sonata, Eto - Brimstone Navi The North & Wizdome Bunitall - Shep's Lil Bro Pretty Bulli - Pretty Bulli Break Flee Lord & Crisis, featuring Conway the Machine - Drum Mobb The Brkn Record, featuring …
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Dr. Jeff Karp is a Harvard Medical School professor and bioengineer. He works in the fields of drug delivery, medical devices, stem cell therapeutics, and tissue adhesives and has been recognized by MIT as being one of the top innovators in the world. He talks with Paul about his work, his relationship with nature, and how life led him to where he …
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Have you ever wondered what Kawasaki Disease is? What are the symptoms and why is it so dangerous? Tune in to this week's episode to find out about the history, symptoms and treatment of Kawasaki Disease as well as some interesting little tidbits. Check out our website: https://anatomyofillness.com/ If you're interested in Kawasaki Disease Foundati…
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God often shows us his love through other people. Hope for Your Health: A Simple Cheat Sheet for Getting Started with Holistic Health God’s Way (free) www.herholistichealing.com/free Free Community www.facebook.com/groups/herholistichealing Book (Discover God’s Health Wisdom: Exposing 8 Common Myths That Keep You Sick) www.herholistichealing.com/bo…
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In this episode, Haylie Pomroy delves deep into the perplexing world of viral reactivation with Dr. Nancy Klimas, Director of the Institute for Neuro-Immune Medicine. Dr. Klimas, with her wealth of expertise, sheds light on how dormant viruses can awaken and the different triggers in our environment. This alters lives and challenges our understandi…
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In this episode, we welcome guest Jess Hay to discuss the complexities of living with chronic illness. We dive into the impact of social media in connecting with the chronic illness community, especially during holidays, and the specific nuances of celebrating with a chronic condition. Jess also shares the role of her service dog Elda in providing …
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If you live with chronic illness and autoimmune disease, then you understand just how frustrating and debilitating brain fog can be. From the embarrassment of forgetting simple words, losing your ability to concentrate and focus or reading the same lines over and over again and still not being able to take it in, brain fog can have a significant im…
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Ep. 107 Season 7 explores the importance of movement for your mental health. The episode serves as a comprehensive introduction to the connection between an active lifestyle and improved mental health outcomes. With an approachable narrative, Kelly Marie differentiates between structured exercise and general body movement, emphasizing the accessibi…
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Wallet Phone Keys Playlist: Amerigo Gazaway, featuring Napoleon Da Legend - The Great Escape 60 East, featuring Blu, Sa-Roc & Stephanie Soul - Soul Fly Son of Sam, featuring Masta Ace & Large Professor - Come A Long Way (Jehst Remix) Sankofa & Tali Rodriguez, featuring DJ Navin Johnson - Nige's Bimmer Versatile Beats, featuring A-F-R-O - Hold it Do…
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Dana Killion is an author of mystery and memoir whose work is informed by her own life’s turmoil. She opens up about her marriage to a high-functioning alcoholic and how she has worked on her issues of codependency. Be sure to check out her new book, Where the Shadows Dance: He Got Sober. I Got Broken This episode is sponsored by The ASPCA Pet Heal…
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Pheochromocytoma, you may have heard this term thrown around in your favourite medical show, but how much do you know about it. What are the symptoms of pheochromocytoma, how do we diagnose it, how do we treat it, and how long have known about its existence? Which US president had it? Tune into this week's episode to find out. Check out our website…
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True, lasting healing starts with seeking God's wisdom for health. The creator of our bodies will give us wisdom for our health if we ask him for wisdom. "If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him." James 1:5 Hope for Your Health: A Simple Cheat Sheet for Getting Started with…
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In this episode, host Haylie Pomroy and Dr. Jacqueline Junco explore acupuncture’s healing capabilities in addressing chronic illness. Originating from Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture has been a proven and time-honored practice that taps into the body's natural healing mechanisms, offering relief and balance for people experiencing stress…
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Can You Dig That Playlist: Roc Marciano - Bebe's Kids Silent Knight, featuring Rashid Hadee, Emilio Rojas, Kaze & Oddisee - The Gathering Blu & Shafiq Husayn, featuring Exile - LA 2020 Sankofa - Rwandan Menorahs Common & Pete Rock - Tryin Real Bad Man & Lukah, featuring Sypha - The Offering Ras Kass & RJ Payne, featuring Method Man, Lil Fame & Sway…
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Ep. 106 In the Season 7 opener, Kelly Marie dives deep into the topic of movement and its foundational impact on overall wellbeing, with a focus on the role of sleep. Kelly engages with Soda Kuczkowski, sleep enthusiast and entrepreneur, in a conversation that offers practical tips on setting up a successful sleep environment, the ramifications of …
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March is Endometriosis awareness month! Both episodes this month feature women dealing with endometriosis. In this episode, Katie talks to Melissa, a community organizer from southern CA, about her 6 (SIX!) surgeries, the inadequacies of our health system's pain classifications, and how we can level up the conversation about endometriosis.…
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Dr. Kate Truitt is a psychologist and neuroscientist who wants to share her own story of how she came to this work. Armed with her knowledge of the mind, she has worked to process her difficult childhood and the personal tragedy of losing her fiancé right before their wedding. Look for her new book Keep Breathing: A Psychologist's Intimate Journey …
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