8 Things Your Mind Can Help Your Body Heal
OrganicMD Podcast
by Damon Miller, MD - Better Eye Health
9M ago
BEH PODCAST EPISODE 56 - 8 Things Your Mind Can Help Your Body HealThis is the eighth of eight podcasts, where we have been talking about the different pieces of our Better Eye Health program, more specifically, on what your doctor does not tell you. Your doctor does not tell you these diseases can be improved, that there are things you can do to reverse vision loss, and there are things under your control that make a huge difference in not only your health, but the health of your eyes. 8 Things Your Mind Can Help Your Body Heal. Part 8 of 8. Hint: Your Vision Can Improve.056 OMDPodcast 8 ..read more
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Quarantined and Having a Lot of Emotion? It’s Probably Grief
OrganicMD Podcast
by Damon Miller, MD - Better Eye Health
9M ago
ORGANICMD PODCAST – EPISODE 47 Quarantined and Having a Lot of Emotion? It’s Probably Grief Quarantined and Having a Lot of Emotion? It’s Probably GriefDoes sheltering in place along with the complete collapse of any semblance of your normal life have you feeling a bit dis-spirited? Maybe more than just a bit?Of course it does. If it did not, I would question if you were actually human.Carlyle Coash offers some practical advice on things you can do to manage the emotions in this time. We need to care for our physical and emotional health if we are to come out the other side of this pandem ..read more
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Quarantined and Having a Lot of Emotion? It’s Probably Grief
OrganicMD Podcast
by Damon Miller, MD - Better Eye Health
1y ago
ORGANICMD PODCAST – EPISODE 47 Quarantined and Having a Lot of Emotion? It’s Probably Grief Quarantined and Having a Lot of Emotion? It’s Probably GriefDoes sheltering in place along with the complete collapse of any semblance of your normal life have you feeling a bit dis-spirited? Maybe more than just a bit?Of course it does. If it did not, I would question if you were actually human.Carlyle Coash offers some practical advice on things you can do to manage the emotions in this time. We need to care for our physical and emotional health if we are to come out the other side of this pandem ..read more
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8 Things Your Mind Can Help Your Body Heal
OrganicMD Podcast
by Damon Miller, MD - Better Eye Health
3y ago
BEH PODCAST EPISODE 56 - 8 Things Your Mind Can Help Your Body Heal This is the eighth of eight podcasts, where we have been talking about the different pieces of our Better Eye Health program, more specifically, on what your doctor does not tell you. Your doctor does not tell you these diseases can be improved, that there are things you can do to reverse vision loss, and there are things under your control that make a huge difference in not only your health, but the health of your eyes.  Enter your text here... 8 Things Your Mind Can Help Your Body Heal. Part 8 of 8. Hint: Your Vision Ca ..read more
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When is the Best Time To Take Taurine?
OrganicMD Podcast
by Damon Miller, MD - Better Eye Health
3y ago
Taurine is in the basic protocol of eye supplements in the Better Eye Health Program™ because it is a raw material the body needs to repair and regenerate eye cells. Much of the regeneration and repair the body does occurs when we sleep, so we recommend you take taurine before bedtime, so it is in your blood and your body needs it. Also, taurine has been shown to support healthy sleep ..read more
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Can Caffeine Decrease Blood Flow to the Eyes?
OrganicMD Podcast
by Damon Miller, MD - Better Eye Health
3y ago
Caffeine is a complex drug. It can both decrease and increase blood flow to the eyes and brain. For most, the stimulation caused by caffeine leads to an increase in sympathetic activity in our nervous system, which tends to decrease blood flow to the eyes and brain ..read more
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Do Computer Screens Cause Eye Strain?
OrganicMD Podcast
by Damon Miller, MD - Better Eye Health
3y ago
Modern LED flatscreen TVs and computer screens and the new LED lighting that is now widely used all cause a particular type of strain in the eyes. Bright screens and lighting cause some strain, but LED lighting can actually be harmful to the eyes. Harmful radiation comes from the blue LEDs found in all computer screens and LED-light bulbs. Unlike older incandescent bulbs and mini fluorescent bulbs and older cathode ray tube computer monitors, the blue LEDs emit high frequency and high-energy blue spectrum light has been shown to damage the chemical 11-cis-retinal in the eye and the enzymes tha ..read more
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Do We Need More DHA?
OrganicMD Podcast
by Damon Miller, MD - Better Eye Health
3y ago
Everyone needs DHA, and most of us need more than we are getting. DHA is one of the essential fatty acids, meaning human beings need to eat it, since they cannot make it. DHA is an omega-3 essential fatty acid with a carbon chain containing 20 carbon atoms. (The "docosa" in docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is the Greek word for 20.) We get DHA directly from eating algae, or from eating things that exist in the food chain that begins with algae, like krill and fish. Most of the omega-3 essential fatty acids in our diet come from plant sources, and these have a carbon skeleton with 16 or 18 carbon ato ..read more
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Using the Better Eye Health Protocol: Taurine – BEH Podcast
OrganicMD Podcast
by Damon Miller, MD - Better Eye Health
3y ago
Taurine is an amino acid the body uses to build proteins and enzymes. The highest concentrations of taurine in human beings are found in the eye and the heart. Animal proteins are the best foods to eat to find taurine. Taurine is classified as a "conditionally essential" amino acid, meaning the human body can make some from other amino acids. But if you need to heal and regenerate cells in your eye (or heart) you need to take in extra taurine in your food and supplements. If you are vegetarian, please take extra taurine. Hemp seed has good amounts of taurine. We discuss our recommendations for ..read more
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Using the Better Eye Health Protocol: Liquid Vitamins
OrganicMD Podcast
by Damon Miller, MD - Better Eye Health
3y ago
Since the 1950s, ophthalmologists have done the following: (1.) When they make a new diagnosis of macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa or Stargardt disease, they tell the person that they are very sorry, but they have nothing to offer, and their vision will continue to deteriorate. (2.) Before the person leaves the doctors office, they are given a bottle of eye vitamins and told, "Here, take these, they may slow down your vision loss." The AREDS study (age-related eye disease study) was funded by a vitamin manufacturer to allow them to advertise their vitamins as a support for people wit ..read more
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