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Living with chronic illness completely changes your life but nobody talks about it. It's so easy to feel that you are the only one struggling but I am here to tell you that you are not alone! As a therapist living with three autoimmune conditions, I know exactly how it feels to lose your old self and life and I am here to share how I learned to cope with many changes chronic illness brings and all those other things your Doctor didn't warn you about. Let's talk about real life with chronic i ...
 
Presented to you by Sophie Ward, a Lyme Disease campaigner, blogger, author and radio presenter. Learning how to adapt living life with chronic illness. The challenges we face and the lessons we have to learn. There isn’t a text book with all the answers. We learn on the job, through experiences and fellow sufferers. Chronic illness is tough and there will be rough times but I hope my podcast will inspire you all to keep chasing your dreams and that you DO deserve to live life.
 
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.
 
Hi, I'm Adrienne Clements, Illness Advocate + Empowerment Coach, and on this show it’s my mission to provide you with simple strategies to navigate the various mental, emotional, relational, and existential challenges of living a life with chronic + invisible illness. Filled with practical psychology, empowering expert interviews, and personal insights + observations from my own journey as an Invisible Warrior; each week we will explore a new tool for navigating this often confusing adventur ...
 
Chronic illness and other health challenges can be a real bummer--but they don't have to be the end of joy and fulfillment. It turns out we can still have epic lives, even when our bodies have plans of their own. Join San Francisco psychotherapist Lauren Selfridge for honest, humorous, and inspiring conversations with people who get what it's like to live with health challenges. Whether you're in the car, on a walk, in the waiting room, or lying in bed, we'll be here to keep you company alon ...
 
Teresa Jackson from Lean On Me Coaching, shares resources and strategies for thriving with Parkinson's. Join her and her guests to learn how to live your best life in spite of living with a chronic illness.Opinion Disclaimer:The views and opinions expressed in Parkinson’s Pathway Pals Tuesdays with Teresa, are those of the guests and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Teresa Jackson and Parkinson’s Pathway Pals Tuesdays with Teresa. Any content provided by our gues ...
 
Welcome to the Two Much Lyme podcast! Our names are Julia and Maddy and we both live with late-stage Lyme disease. Our conversations focus on the challenges of living with chronic illness through multiple stages of life, including college and early career. For this podcast we are partnering with Global Lyme Alliance, the largest Lyme nonprofit. We will highlight their initiatives, the research they fund, as well as interview Lyme-literate doctors to provide multiple perspectives on a complex ...
 
Chronic Tales Podcast features two generations chatting with a little Chronic too. Listen and laugh each week as the Canadian Mother-Daughter Duo, Lori & Sam, compare what life is like with a chronic illness, from a GenX and Millennials point of view. So grab a drink, joint, snack and enjoy!
 
DISabled to ENabled podcast is the podcast for people with chronic illnesses. Join British host Jessie Ace as she interviews inspiring people affected by chronic illness who turned their diagnosis into something unexpected. Listen to people such as celebrities/CEOs/athletes/marathon runners as well as real-life stories as they let you into their lives and how they did something awesome despite their chronic illness diagnosis. Learn their tips, tricks, and advice for living your best life wit ...
 
Tamar, een queer cisgender vrouw met een handicap, en Sophie, een queer transgender vrouw, proberen samen een kindje op de wereld te zetten. In de podcast Mensje in de Maak doen ze verslag van hun avonturen in ivf-land. Elke één a twee weken - afhankelijk van de hoeveelheid ivf-actie - nemen ze een aflevering op, en vier weken later verschijnt deze online. Met elkaar en met luisteraars praten ze over ivf-pogingen, hormonen en enge horror-puncties. Maar ze bespreken ook hun ideeën over queer ...
 
After being struck by lightning, drowning, healing over a dozen chronic illnesses to include Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Ulcers and Fibromyalgia, Dr. Meg Haworth has combined her twenty years of personal and professional experience to help others heal themselves with food and the power of the mind in the Get Well Soon Podcast Series. Dr. Meg brings you the best authors, doctors and luminaries in the fields of health, nutrition and medicine who offer something you can do right now to help you h ...
 
Dr. Maegan Stanga, DC is a functional medicine practitioner on the forefront of helping patients battle their complex health cases. In this podcast, she'll discuss what truly is at the root of chronic illness, whether it be autoimmunity, allergic responses, cancer or mystery illnesses. Each week we'll focus on the most critical health issues of our time and you'll learn the secrets of a Lyme-literate doctor whose successfully helping patients identify their root causes and regain their healt ...
 
Welcome to Living with Lyme, the podcast where we educate, advocate and collaborate about Lyme Disease. Hear from experts as they share reliable information about how to live with Lyme Disease. Your host is Cindy Kennedy, MS, FNP-BC. For more references, including blogs and links to resources, visit www.livingwithylyme.us
 
Imagine if you could wake up every day feeling full of energy –you just can’t wait to take on your day! What would it mean to you to sleep deeply every night and wake up refreshed, have boundless energy to get through your day, recover quickly from occasional ailments, and heal any chronic illnesses? If you already feel healthy and want to optimize your life, this is for you. And if you’re struggling with any kind of health issue, this is even more important, especially if you are frustrated ...
 
I'm Megan Whitaker and I'm a Health Coach and Holistic Living Expert I left my job as a registered nurse in 2015 to empower and educate woman on their wellness journey. This podcast is all about the REAL Crunchy things I do and know inside and out. I want tell you what works, what doesn't and the science behind it so YOU can go crunchy WITHOUT going crazy. After years of ongoing illnesses and chronic pain, I turned my health around with lifestyle and diet changes. Now as a mom of 2 young chi ...
 
Host and creator David Montez has a decade's worth of public safety experience including criminal justice education, patrol and 911 dispatching. His dream was to be a police officer and protector since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, but chronic conditions have now rendered him disabled, jobless, and finding a new mission in life. Having lived through several points of trauma, pain, stress and suffering, he now has something to share with anyone willing to listen. The victim mentality has no pla ...
 
This show could save your life by providing you with comprehensive holistic interventions for staying well and overcoming illnesses. Staying healthy and overcoming illnesses involve a combination of body-mind-spirit-environment-relationship-political interventions. I believe these should be the most effective ones available and also the least caustic and invasive. The host uses and recommends a combination of holistic interventions for maximum effectiveness in maintaining health but many gue ...
 
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Dr. Jonathan Lessin is a former Cardiac Anesthesiologist whose career was cut short nine years after the diagnosis of Young Onset Parkinson's Disease at the age of 38. Initially he was able to keep working with medication and eventually Deep Brain Stimulation at age 42. After Dr. Lessin voluntarily retired in 2012, he found rock climbing as a form …
 
As some of you know, I’ve been a bit sick recently with suspected shingles! As a result, I am just in too much pain to sit and record an episode, so today I am sharing another healing story. This time, I’m chatting to Neisha. I wanted to share Neisha’s experience because I think her story will resonate with many of you because she just discusses so…
 
Being a 20 something with a chronic illness or disability is challenging for a multitude of reasons, but a huge one is that you’re just starting out. Maybe you just graduated, are starting a your career, or are considering graduate school. Being sick throws a wrench in all of it. Will I be able to handle the stress and workload? Do I need to change…
 
Before I get started I just want to remind you that my course Live and Thrive with Endo is open for enrolment. In this 8-week course, you will transform the way you manage endometriosis and learn the tools and strategies for reducing your symptoms naturally so you can thrive with endo and get your life back. This course is a step-by-step outline of…
 
Today we’re doing something a little different. For the past few weeks I’ve been recording testimonial videos with people who have taken my course, and I really wanted to share some of these stories because they’re just so incredible. I know a lot of you expressed an interest in hearing more positive and uplifting real life experiences with managin…
 
So, now you’ve learnt all about the link between HPA axis dysfunction and endometriosis, in today’s episode I want to provide you with some of the core foundational strategies for healing HPA axis dysfunction. Before I dive in, I do want to state that healing HPA axis dysfunction can take some time, especially if you’re prone to living in the fligh…
 
Welcome back to the Two Much Lyme Podcast! Today's episode focuses on the challenges individuals with chronic illness face while completing their college careers. From infusing medication during class, to flying across the country for doctors appointments, and the frustration of struggling in the shadows, listen for Julia and Maddy's experiences. T…
 
Anna Brown Grill developed Young Onset Parkinson's Disease at the age of 38 at a time when she was living her best life- excelling in her career while successfully balancing the roles of wife and of mother to two girls who at the time were 9 and 7 years old. She was leading a division of 110 associates, traveling from South Carolina to Delaware all…
 
Today’s episode is all about probiotics which are suitable for SIBO and endo related IBS. Now of course, this is a huge topic and there are so many different probiotics out there, which can often just get confusing and overwhelming, so with this podcast my intention is for it to be succinct and easy to digest, with a smaller array of probiotics to …
 
If you have ever experienced body hypervigilance before, then you will know how debilitating it can be. Hypervigilance is a symptom of trauma and PTSD where you are left scanning your environment constantly for any potential external threat. When you have body hypervigilance, the threat is internal and it can feel like your constant awareness and v…
 
Okay so today I’m talking about hypothalamic pituitary adrenal dysfunction. A mouthful, I know and for ease, it’s called HPA axis dysfunction. If you haven’t heard of HPA axis dysfunction, you may be more familiar with the term ‘adrenal fatigue’. And yes, if you’re thinking adrenal fatigue was sort of debunked as not being real, you’d be correct, b…
 
In this podcast, Dr. Stanga will share the number one root cause that she finds responsible for almost any chronic condition that you can think of. Cancer, Autoimmunity, Inflammatory and Allergic responses- they all have the same root cause. Listen to learn more!저자 Dr. Maegan Stanga, DC
 
Living with Lyme disease often includes a lifestyle shift. Lyme can become so imbedded in the brain and nervous system that it causes a myriad of psychiatric symptoms. These symptoms and the damage done to your stress response system can make even little things a challenge. Energy becomes precious and flares are easy to trigger. Listen to hear Juli…
 
So last week I took you guys through the ways in which inflammation, gut health and hormone levels can increase bloating in the lead up to your period. This week I want to give you some tools to actually alleviate that bloating, now you know why it’s happening. I’m going to give you two types of tools, one set to deal with in the moment of bloating…
 
Monica (Explicitly Sick), Jason (Discomfort Zone) Jason from Discomfort Zone and Monica Michelle from Explicitly Sick have an open chat about what it is like to have a setback on your chronic illness protocol. Monica Michelle who has Ehlers Danlos had a setback this week while using the Ehlers Danlos Protocol, The Muldowney Method. Jason had a set …
 
Transcript: Recently I polled my Instagram to find out just how many of you are suffering with PMS on top of your endo symptoms and the results were pretty staggering! Unfortunately, Instagram didn’t keep the number of votes so I don’t know how many people actually took part in this pole, but the percentage of people who did and who suffer PMS was …
 
This episode of the Two Much Lyme Podcast includes an interview with Dr. Timothy Sellati, the Chief Scientific Officer of the Global Lyme Alliance! Dr. Sellati breaks down the most influential GLA-funded studies on topics including the connection between Lyme and neuropsychiatric disorders, evidence of persistent infection, and so much more! Donate…
 
As some of you may know, I’m doing a lot of work at present to free up my pelvic area from adhesions and tightness caused by pulled fascia and a tight pelvic floor, which in physio speak is a hypertonic pelvic floor. So I thought this would be a great time to talk about some strategies you can bring into your daily life to help loosen adhesions and…
 
Brett Miller is the Founder and Owner of 110 Fitness. In addition, he is a licensed physical therapist with 26 years of experience in all settings including sports therapy, acute and intensive care, long-term care, and wound care. Brett serves as an ambassador for the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research and the Davis Phinney Foundati…
 
If you have bloating or what’s commonly known as the endo belly - SIBO is something to pay attention to. Small intestine bacterial overgrowth is incredibly common within the endometriosis community, in fact, recent research has shown that up to 80% of endometriosis patients may have SIBO. So how can you treat it if you test positive? One of the tre…
 
As you guys know, endo is a full body disease which causes a host of symptoms throughout the body and also often comes with co-conditions that trigger these symptoms, heighten them or add new ones. IBS issues are a problem for many people with endo and it’s important to address these, not by masking but by getting to the root causes. The reason why…
 
The Two Much Lyme Podcast and the Global Lyme Alliance are celebrating Lyme Disease Awareness Month with two episodes specific to Lyme disease. This episode focuses on the experiences of Lyme patients in society and healthcare systems. There is a stigma surrounding a diagnosis of Lyme and tick-borne disease, which often fills patients with shame an…
 
Do you have endometriosis and struggle with the ‘endo belly’? Do you have fatigue and brain fog? Maybe you have other unusual symptoms like swelling or puffiness, rashes or skin conditions like eczema or rosacea. If any of these sound familiar, you may not just be dealing with endo alone. I’ve only ever done one other client story, but judging by t…
 
This week I caught up with the wonderful Jessica Murnane, talking about her new book, Know Your Endo, which is out now. If you didn’t manage to catch the IG Live, you can listen to our interview here, where we talk about: How she found writing a book about endo - in the middle of COVID! How to prioritise your health with endo without feeling guilty…
 
Dr. Maria De Leon is a retired Movement Disorder Specialist and a person living with Parkinson's. After developing Young Onset Parkinson's Disease she took her knowledge and began Advocacy work. She is a bestselling author of Parkinson’s Diva, A Woman’s Guide to Parkinson’s . Dr. De Leon is a research advocate who works on improving diversity in PD…
 
Dr. Lee interviews Rachael Rose (she/her), a chronically disabled, bisexual, neurodivergent, and polyamorous Certified Sex & Relationship Coach and Educator. Her work focuses on an inclusive, sex-positive, and pleasure-focused approach to sex education and sexual health for all, and she specializes in the ways chronic illness, disabilities, and ADH…
 
Excruciating pain, heavy bleeding, nausea and vomiting are all symptoms many of my clients first come to me with. Whilst I first and foremost use nutrition and lifestyle changes to help my clients resolve their endo symptoms, there are also supplements that have been shown to specifically lower premenstrual and menstrual problems such as pain and n…
 
Welcome back to the Two Much Lyme Podcast! On today's episode, Julia and Maddy take you through some of their favorite books for hard times in healing. They talk all things from memoirs to fiction. Let's face it, chronic illness is not easy, but finding words that resonate can be such a relief. If you are searching for that comfort or your next gre…
 
As many of you may know, I’ve been busy delivery my course, Live and Thrive with Endo, which has just finished! As part of the course, I created a bonus module all about supplements for endometriosis, pain, inflammation and hormones. In my book This EndoLife: It Starts with Breakfast I actually go into supplements that have been shown to target end…
 
In this episode of the Two Much Lyme Podcast, Julia and Maddy dive into the tough realities of traveling while chronically ill. The prep work required, medication packing, the flare up afterwards, and the desperate desire to keep up can be incredibly anxiety producing. Listen now for support, validation, and to increase awareness of Lyme and chroni…
 
Andy Evans is a genuine guy and a relentless spirit. Given his age, he has already learned A LOT. He continues to investigate, learn, dissect and do battle against Ulcerative Colitis in an effective way, however, there is so much more going on with chronic disease than most of us realize. Reasons and causes go much deeper than we think, and Andy's …
 
You’re doing everything ‘right’ yet you’re still having flare ups. Does this sound like you? If so, I think you’ll find this mini episode helpful! Today’s episode is another special episode from my live Q&A calls with my Live and Thrive with Endo Course coaching group. The questions they’ve been asking have been amazing and I know will resonate wit…
 
Ableism comes in all shapes and sizes AND we experience it both internally and externally. Monica (Explicitly Sick), Eva (Humancare), and Jason (Discomfort Zone) talk about how they have experienced and dealt with ableism personally as well as give advice on what could work for others…plus other stuff around chronic illness and crap :p TRANSCRIPT H…
 
Cindy FNP, interviews the award-winning author, Kris Newby, to discuss her revealing book, Bitten. You may already be familiar with her name, as she was the senior producer of the shocking documentary, UNDER OUR SKIN, which became a 2010 Oscar semifinalist. Her goal with both the film and the book was to explore and uncover missing data surrounding…
 
Is constipation a symptom of endo? Is it more common within the endo community? Why does it happen? What can we do about it? Constipation is something that I see with a lot of my clients and is something that Registered Dietitian and Master of Applied Nutrition Cindy Dabrowska sees too! In fact, if a client is struggling with constipation, this is …
 
Julia and Maddy dive into the connection between humor and chronic illness. They talk about how humor can be used as a defense mechanism and comic relief, and they discuss how that duality leads to communication challenges between a sick individual and a caretaker. This episode ends with a few lighthearted jokes about life with chronic illness. “Yo…
 
Is there a historically proven formula for overcoming any bad situation? What stands in the way, becomes the way. Topics: This is The Way. Questions to ask ourselves. Turning obstacles upside down. "I can make this Good". Jocko Willink's "Good" video on Youtube. We are talented at pointing out what holds us back. The obstacles are unique; the respo…
 
Jimmy Choi was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease at the age of 27. After an extended period of time where he did not manage his disease, and a fall down a flight of stairs with his young son, Jimmy decided to take back what PD had robbed from him physically, mentally, and emotionally. He is an accomplished athlete and you may recognize Jimmy Choi …
 
Dating no matter what your age or situation is absolutely guaranteed to bring out all of your insecurities and living with chronic illness adds a whole new level of difficulties. How do you deal with feeling "less than" you were before? How much do you share about your illness? How do you work around dietary issues? How and when do you disclose you…
 
This week as part of my IG Live series for Endo Awareness Month I chatted with my friend and colleague Tara Ghosh to learn all about the benefits of Arvigo Therapy for endometriosis, bloating, constipation, adhesions and SIBO. Tara is a wonderful Arvigo Therapist and wellness consultant dedicated to supporting people with periods to improve their h…
 
In this solo episode, Julia walks us through a major perspective shift that she has undergone in her healing. In catching us up on her journey since December, Julia describes how she has felt an immense shift in how she views her health and body. Julia is finally at peace in her healing by honoring her body’s needs, listens to what it is asking, an…
 
A few of you have been asking how my SIBO treatment has been going and to celebrate Endometriosis Awareness Month, I’ve been doing a series of lives discussing endo and SIBO. As part of this, I decided to jump onto Instagram Live to give a full update and to answer your SIBO questions. I also wanted to share it here in case you guys missed it. In t…
 
The underlying cause of brain fog is inflammation. Dr. Conners and nurse practitioner Cindy cover the basic principles of what is brain inflammation, where it originates, and ways to improve it. Lyme disease, toxins, and autoimmunity can all play a role in this debilitating symptom. Some people describe brain fog as "thinking through mud" or a true…
 
Welcome back to the Two Much Lyme Podcast. As a surprise, we are bringing you an extra episode this month! Maddy and Julia are doing solo episodes to give health updates and talk about topics more specific to their experiences. In this episode, Maddy talks about her recent struggles with healing fatigue and how challenging it can be to gear up for …
 
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