On this podcast, we discuss the issue of iatrogenic injury due to benzodiazepine use. Iatrogenic injury is an injury due to medical treatment. In the case of benzodiazepine-related iatrogenic injury, we are discussing damage to the human central nervous system. We also discuss safe tapering methods and issues related to benzodiazepine tapering. And, we talk about benzodiazepine withdrawal, and how to get through withdrawal side effects, including anxiety, insomnia, histamine sensitivity and benzo belly.
Rejuvenate Your Journey: Deepening Spirituality and Finding Peace on the Path to Healing
Welcome back to another episode of The Benzodiazepine Podcast! In today's episode, we have a special guest, Lorraine Nilon, joining our host, Mark Leeds, to delve into the world of self-reflection, personal growth, and addiction recovery.
Lorraine Nilon is a spiritual explorer and author who specializes in helping people navigate their recovery journey and deepen their spiritual understanding. With a focus on overcoming childhood abuse and addiction to victimhood, Lorraine brings a unique perspective to the conversation.
Throughout the episode, Mark and Lorraine discuss the importance of reconnecting with oneself, acknowledging and addressing past traumas, and developing a strong foundation of self-awareness. They explore the intertwined nature of addiction and trauma, while emphasizing the significance of understanding personal triggers and emotions.
Lorraine shares insights from her own experiences and expertise, guiding listeners through the process of self-reflection and providing tools to rejuvenate and reclaim their authentic selves. She also discusses her online course, available on her website lorrainenylon.com.au, designed to support individuals in their journey towards self-discovery and healing.
So, if you're ready to embark on a transformative journey of self-reflection, recovery, and reconnection, tune in to this enlightening episode of The Benzodiazepine Podcast with Mark Leeds and special guest Lorraine Nilon. Let's dive deep into the realm of personal growth and find the path to true inner peace.
brain healing after benzos: Dr. Ladan Eshkevari's Insights on Brain Restoration with ketamine
While this episode does not focus specifically on benzodiazepine protracted withdrawal, or benzodiazepine-induced neurological dysfunction (BIND), the implications of brain healing and the actions of ketamine at NMDA receptors is intriguing, and may be of interest to people looking for answers for improving these long-benzo syndromes. With symptoms such as akathisia, histamine sensitiviy/MCAS, anxiety, insomnia, benzo belly, and depersonalization/derealization, it is critical that we find solutions that may help to improve benzo withdrawal symptoms.
Nicole Lamberson on Protracted Withdrawal Survival Strategies
Nicole, a dedicated Physician Assistant, calls Virginia her home. After earning her Bachelor's degree from James Madison University in 2000, she pursued her passion for healthcare by completing the Master of Physician Assistant program at Eastern Virginia Medical School in 2004.
Getting Sleep During Benzo Withdrawal With Binaural Beats
This is an interview with Karen Newell, cofounder of Sacred Acoustics, a company that produces high quality audio recordings that are proven to reduce anxiety. Additionally, they help with sleep and meditation.
Dr. Gary Aston-Jones: Interview With A Brain Scientist
Dr. Gary Aston-Jones in the Director of the Rutgers Brain Health Institute, here to discuss his research in promoting better brain health with medications that help with sleep, improved executive functioning. Our topic about treating addiction, but we also discuss many brain health issues that are relevant to this podcast.
Dr. Steven Reichbach: Healing The Brain With Ketamine Infusion
Steven Reichbach, MD is a board-certified anesthesiologist who has had about 30 years of experience in working with ketamine. He has dedicated his medical practice to providing safe and effective ketamine infusion therapy.