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DrRic Saguil and Mike Blumberg community lecture at Prospect Heights on Stress

DrRic Saguil and Mike Blumberg community lecture at Prospect Heights on Stress

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  • Design notes: list of providersWe want this to look much more inviting—these chairs are way too cold.Had thoughts about putting the actual providers in the chairs. Could be an actual live picture with a sample patient in the red chair or could be a group of providers sitting around the table.
  • Based on a survey of our patients, we found a consistent theme of what frustrates them about conventional medicine practices and why they felt First Health was different. Since identifying these 4 key areas, we have made a consistent effort to offer our absolute best to:Listen attentively to Patients concernsMake the patient the driving force as the center of careMinimize wait timesExplain all the options for treatment, and give the patient choices (medications, alternative medicine, nutritional medicine/supplementation, psychological medicine)

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  • 1. STRESS?...... Relax.
    “The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.” ~Thomas Edison
    We didn’t invent the practice of medicine….
    we’re just changing the way it’s provided.
  • 2. The First Health Approach
    We didn’t invent the practice of medicine….
    we’re just changing the way it’s provided.
  • 3. Your Team
    Ric Saguil, MD
    Jason Gruss, MD
    Tom Jordan, RD
    Katrina Christie, LCPC
    Jennifer Green, ND
    Joe Musolino, DC
    Amy Iaquinta, DC
    Nick Nowicki, DC
    Emery Paredes, PT
    Courtney Day, EP
    Yu Zhu, MD China
    Mike Blumberg, LCPC
    Aimee Weber, EP
    You
  • 4. First Health Associates
    2010 S. Arlington Heights Rd
    LL Suites
    Arlington Heights, IL
    grounding
    movement
    nutrition
    done
    RicSaguil, MD
    We didn’t invent the practice of medicine….
    we’re just changing the way it’s provided.
  • 5. Enrique Saguil, MD
    Family Medicine West Suburban
    Sports Medicine St Joseph
    Medical Acupuncture UCLA
    Integrative Medicine AZCIM
    Yoga Teacher The Chopra Center
    No affiliations with REI or
    Whole Foods Market
    In Private Practice in Arlington Heights, IL
    Author of Running Behind (release date 8/2012)
  • 6. A Quicky with DrRic
    Review:
    IN
    IN
    OUT
    OUT
    Inhale/Exhale hiking exercise to cultivate “The Relaxation Response”
  • 7. Mike Blumberg
    Fight or Flight Response
    Progressive Muscular Relaxation
    Diaphragmatic Breathing
    Guided Imagery
    Review:
  • 8. Why Bother with The Touchy Feely Stuff?
    Review:
    Lower blood pressure
    Decrease palpitations
    Ease up the reflux
    Quiet the gut
    Clear the skin
    Sooth the sleep
    Spruce up the sex
    Calm the “monkey mind”
  • 9. Is it worth it to invest time and money into lowering stress?
    The study of social aggression in baboons
    Lower strata males had higher stress and….
    HBP, brain stress hormone level, high heart rate, poor reproductive
    Later TB wiped out the aggressive males
    The resulting troop lived longer with multiple heiarchies and important duties within each heiarchy
    Less aggressive male combat, less “dumping” on a female, more grooming, no intimidation of younger, no biting of mother
    Low agression, high social affiliation, less disease in new troop
    Scientist Robert Sopolsky
  • 10. What does stress do?
    Telomeres shorten with age normally
    Stress speeds up shortening
    Biologist Elizabeth Blackburn
    For every year of care for a chronically ill child
    ….add on 6 years of aging to the mom
    Compassion and caring may add to increasing telomerase and healing (at the DNA level)
    Psychologist ElissaEpel, PhD UCLA
  • 11. Love your genes!!
    JAMA. 2010 Jan 20;303(3):250-7. Association of marine omega-3 fatty acid levels with telomeric aging in patients with coronary heart disease.
  • 12. ASTHMA
    THYROID
    IBS
    DEPRESSION
    HEART DISEASE
  • 13. Bottom line- It’s Worth it
    Ancient philosophy says you can’t control stress.
    Modern wisdom says you can control reaction to it.
  • 14. If Dr Oz thinks they are good…..………….maybe we should listen.
    Deepak Chopra
    The Chopra Center
    Andy Weil
    AZCIM
  • 15. Deepak’s keys to staying grounded
    Food as Medicine
    30 minutes of meditation twice a day
    rpm + pms
    Yoga (on and off the mat)
    Ayurveda
    Quantum Physics
  • 16. The Pranayama
    The Bridge”
    “ “Soham” – diaphragm, spine, nostrils
  • 17. Knowledge is power
    …improve the bodies innate healing mechanism.
  • 18. “Optimum Health”
    • Nutrition
    • 19. Mind Body Modalities
    • 20. Western Medicine
    • 21. Supplementation
    • 22. Cultural methods of healing
    • 23. Exercise
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  • 24. 4-7-8 Breath Work for Stress Relief
    You can go to http://www.herbal411.com/the_library and catch a 2 minute demo
  • 25. Inflammation Control = (neutralizing the stress response in the body)
    The Anti-inflammatory Diet
  • 26. “Inject” natures vaccine for disease:
    Low omega 6; high omega 3
    Increase grain (whole cracked grain)
    5-7 fruits and vegetables daily
    Less animal protein (dairy beef pork)
    Less pesticides and hormones (EWG
    Less irritants (tobacco, caffeine, alcohol)
    More foods that break down slowly! GI
  • 27. Food Side Effects:
  • 28. Spaghetti
    White Bread
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  • 30. ANDI scores
  • 31. www.ewg.org
  • 32. DrSaguil’smust have supplements
    Multivitamin
    Omega 3 fish oil (flax seed oil)
    Vitamin D
    Disease/symptom specific supplement:
  • 33. Common supplement suggestions
    Depression – ST John Wort, SAMe, Rhodiola,
    Inositol, high dose EPA
    Anxiety – SJW, SAMe, 5-HTP, Valerian, Mg
    Arthritis – Tumeric/piperazine, Glucosamine,
    SAMe, Vit D, Omega 3
    Cholesterol – Omega 3, Plant Sterol, CoQ10
    Red Yeast Rice, fiber
    Reflux – Tumeric (empty), DGL, peppermint
  • 34. All this plant food will help stress?
  • 35. Nutrients & Phytochemicals withNational Cancer Institute Clinical Development Plans
    Cancer docs must think so!
  • 36. You are what you eat!
    • Mostly plant
    • 37. Exercise (yoga)
    • 38. Group therapy
  • Pratyahara – withdrawal of senses (Patagali’s 5th of 8)
    “to get the highway to flow easier, one must control or close down all the feeder ramps that are in disarray”
    New York
    Manila PI
  • 39. What you taste.
    Bad carbs get you high and drop you low
  • 40. What you smell
    Relaxing or Repulsive
  • 41. What you see
    Pleasant or horrifying
  • 42. What you touch
    Sterility /Asepsis or Healing Touch
    Chevy Chase: “Got all five fingers in there Doc?”
  • 43. What you hear
    Attractive or Irritating
    Take a Hike!! See DrRic Lecture slideshare
    WMBI vs B96
  • 44. Sedona
  • 45. El Junque
  • 46. Sundance
  • 47. Spring Valley Nature Sanctuary
  • 48. Starved Rock
  • 49. Devils Lake
  • 50. DrRic and Mike’s Goal for You
    Initiate a change. (holistic health coach, church rep, counselor, psychologist, exercise physiologist, RD, ND, DC, MD, DO )
    Always stay grounded -from the beginning.
    Keep it to small “palatable” steps.
    Be open to inviting change.
    Understand not all are ready but share.
    Make adjustments “on the fly”.
    Re-intitiate another change (think outside the)
  • 51. First Health Associates
    Start with tackling stress response and cultivating relaxation response. From there, “optimal wellness is one step away.
    Design steps for a personal program with a multidisciplinary approach to a sustainable lifestyle change.
  • 52. FHA’s Steps of “Kaizen”
    In making a change, everyone starts and ends at a different step, we help you get to the next one…..
    ………Hiking is another way to step up!
    Starved Rock
  • 53. 2013
    10/1/11
  • 54. Resources
    Health Journeys: www.healthjourneys.com
    Belleruth Naparstek: belleruthnaparstek.com
    Inner Health Studios: www.innerhealthstudio.com
    iTunes Meditation Podcast: www.themeditationpodcast.com
    You Tube also has many visualization videos. Check the ratings and popularity to choose the best options.
  • 55. QUESTIONS?
    RELAX
    COMMENTS?
    CONCERNS?
    Next Lecture:
    Whole Foods Market Schaumburg
    Pre-Diabetes…a Scary Diagnosis?
    Oct 29th, 3:00pm Call WFM
    We didn’t invent the practice of medicine….
    we’re just changing the way it’s provided.