A podcast that helps you find fulfillment amidst chaos.
Healing anxiety naturally. An interview with Heather Rider and Stacy Tiegs.
More than 40 million adults suffer from anxiety, which is about 20% of the US population, and only 40% of people suffering get the adequate treatment that they need.
Heather Rider is an Anxiety Specialist who overcame her own anxiety while working in a demanding tech job. As the “Energy Synergist,” she works with clients all over the world taking a natural and wholistic approach to healing anxiety. She aligns emotional healing and neuroscience to help her clients get to the source of their symptoms to uncover persistent habits that hold them back.
Stacy Tiegs is an entrepreneur, mother and author of “Kicking Anxiety in the Ass… a little at a time.” When she realized her daughter was suffering from anxiety, she was compelled to approach healing her daughter’s anxiety naturally so that she could figure out what was causing this mental health disturbance. After a roller coaster of medications and emotions, Stacy is now sharing the story of how her family healed through this trying time.
How to create healthier social media. An interview with The Jump's Natalie Morgan.
Does social media cause more harm than good? Originally intended to connect people with one another, it seems social media has taken on a life of its own — for better or for worse.
Natalie Morgan, a Product Architect for a new social media platform called The Jump, says they are on a mission to raise the standard of social media.
The Jump hopes to create a more authentic space for friends and groups, reduce the constant clutter that we see on our feeds, and provide a platform with key communication resources. They want to create a healthier social media experience.
Natalie believes in a platform where users must own what they say, and wants to create an environment where people feel encouraged to share inspiration and creative pursuits with their network in a healthy and productive way.
Then, Lindsey shares some social media inspiration that can help anyone grow their audience and get their message across in an entertaining and effective way.
Are we in control of our medical freedom? An interview with Dr. John Kim.
In today’s episode, Lindsey interviews Dr. John Kim, a pharmacist in charge of Robinson Drug and Compounding Center.
His passion for compounding has lead him to create patient-centric medications from widely varying disease state that includes women’s health, autism, bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, nutrition, cannabis as medicine, and more. Dr. Kim believes the Doctor of the future is in fact the patient.
Lindsey and Dr. Kim discuss medical freedom, and what many people think are risks to medical freedom in this day and age. They dissect censorship of natural medicine, and the ways the government is restricting pharmacists and other physicians and how that is harmful to patients everywhere.
Then, Lindsey shares why it is so important to learn to cope and respond to what is happening to the world around us in a positive way. She states that even though we can’t choose what’s going on in the world, we can choose our reaction to it, and why doing so sets our own health and wellness on a favorable path.
Thank you, Veterans.
This special edition of the Lindsey Elmore Show honors all Veterans. Thank you for your service both on and off the battlefield. This episode features a snippet from Dr. Chrisanne Gordon, a physician who advocates for those who have suffered traumatic brain injuries.
She founded the Resurrecting Lives Foundation and advocates for the proper diagnosis and treatment of traumatic brain injuries, especially among veterans returning from military combat zones. For her full interview, tune in to episode 43 of the podcast.
Why Focused Protection to COVID-19 will save lives long term. An interview with Dr. Martin Kulldorff.
Lindsey discusses with Dr. Martin Kulldorff how to adequately protect those at high risk for Coronavirus, while balancing the great number of people who are at low risk for infection and death, who want to be going about their daily lives.
Dr. Kulldorff is a professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. His research centers around early detection and monitoring of infectious disease outbreaks, and post-marketing surveillance of drug and vaccine safety.
He along with two other doctors are authors of the Great Barrington Declaration, in which they express grave concerns about damaging physical and mental impacts of COVID-19 policies, such as lockdowns. The Great Barrington Declaration has been signed by over 660,000 concerned citizens and medical practitioners.
We also talk about the development of a vaccine, what herd immunity really means, and why this focused protection approach will save lives in the long run.
Effective Conflict Resolution. An interview with Jonathan Miller.
Today’s show is all about conflict. We all have it, we’ve all been in fights with spouses, friends parents and beyond. How do we become better at communication even amidst conflict?
First up, Lindsey speaks with Jonathan Miller who helps people become more powerful in their communication techniques even in the middle of a conflict.
Jonathan is a speaker, facilitator and leadership coach. He believes in the ability to hone communication skills to better deal with conflict, and also transform people into powerful professional and personal partners in their relationships. He talks about how meditation has helped him with his own journey of effective communication.
After that, Lindsey shares how the book “Crucial Conversations” helped her learned how to grow after feeling constantly assaulted by conflict and communication.
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