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Having More Kids Tied to Lower Odds of Alzheimer’s in Women MONDAY, July 23, 2018 A woman’s fertility might help predict how likely she is to develop dementia later in life, two new studies suggest. Women who were very fertile appeared to have some protection against dementia, a. The investigators found that women with three or more children had a 12 percent lower risk of dementia than women with one child. Further, the length of a woman’s reproductive period the years during which she menstruates appeared to be tied to dementia ris. Having more kids tied to lower odds of Alzheimer’s in women by Dennis Thompson, Healthday Reporter (HealthDay)—A woman’s fertility might help predict how likely she is to develop dementia later in.

The investigators found that women with three or more children had a 12 percent lower risk of dementia than women with one child. Further, the length of a woman’s reproductive period—the years during which she menstruates—appeared to be tied to dementia ris. Having More Kids Tied to Lower Odds of Alzheimer’s in Women MONDAY, July 23, 2018 (HealthDay News) — A woman’s fertility might help predict how likely she is to develop dementia later in life, two new studies suggest. Women who were very fertile appeared to have some protection against dementia, a Kaiser Permanente study found. The second study, which looked at 133 elderly British women, found that those who spent more of their lives pregnant were less likely to develop Alzheimer’s.

Women had a 5.5 percent decrease in Alzheimer’s risk for every month they were pregnant, the researchers found. The second study, which looked at 133 elderly British women, found that those who spent more of their lives pregnant were less likely to develop Alzheimer’s. Women had a 5.5 percent decrease in Alzheimer’s risk for every month they were pregnant, the researchers found. One study found that the more children a woman had, the lower her risk of developing dementia, while another found that having five or more children was tied to a higher risk of Alzheimer. Aside from the fact that 60% of all Alzheimer’s caregivers are women, at the age of 65, women have a 1 in 5 chance of developing Alzheimer’s, compared to a 1 in 11 chance for men.; Additionally, out of the 5 million people living with Alzheimer’s in the U.S., 3.2 million are women.; Research has found that women in their 60s are twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s than to develop.

It found that people who got pneumonia and flu shots between 65 and 75 years of age had up to 30% lower odds of Alzheimer’s. People with genes that increase Alzheimer’s risk didn’t have.

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Couples who have had an affected child have a recurrence risk in future pregnancies of 2-3%; close relatives are at some increased risk as well.

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by Hung N. Winn, John C. Hobbins
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It also appears that women suffer more frequently from more serious compounding risk factors, such as depression and Alzheimer’s disease.

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If a couple with a cystic fibrosis child go on to have another two affected children, the risk of having an affected child is stable and remains 1 in 4 for each new pregnancy after that.

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by Tom Strachan, Judith Goodship, Patrick Chinnery
CRC Press, 2014

In these cases the risk of recurrence of the syndrome in subsequent children is very high—up to 20 percent of births.

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Conversely, the Women’s Health Initiative Memory Study (WHIMS) has reported that the risk of Alzheimer disease is increased in women using estrogen alone or in combination with progesterone.

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Women 35 years of age or less who have a child with trisomy have a 1% risk of having another, which is significantly greater than the general population.

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It may be that this increase in risk is limited to women with a particular genotype.

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Since this study was conducted for couples undergoing intrauterine artificial insemination, female age was found to be a poor prognostic value in predicting risk of pregnancy.

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Based upon a projection for the world population, the investigators suggest that risk reductions of 25% in all 7 factors could potentially prevent 3 million cases of Alzheimer’s disease per year (Barnes and Yaffe, 2011).

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We don’t know how to prevent this disease, but there is one ray of hope, at least for women.

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  • I have a reborn baby girl which I am hoping to donate to a wonderful lady at a care home to comfort her xx she has dementia and I hope the baby helps her xx ❤️

  • My Mother is in a Nursing Home’s dementia unit and she loves the baby I gave her. It is so nice what you did for those patients.

  • The first time a person sees their mother who is suffering from Alzheimer’s enjoy a plastic doll like this, god, it must be a pain that is impossible to describe. All the memories of your strong, smart, funny, loving parent flooding into the desperately sad reality of this disease. My heart goes out to everybody out there who is caring for a parent with dementia. The positive is that the parent is loved and cared for, not alone and you are a true treasure. The nurses too, what a gift these patient and warm people are.

  • Beautiful made me cry my mom has dementia she remember’s and forgets due to my transplant health conditions I’m not able to take care of her this is very emotional I feel lost I fell broke my arm and week after I got home from the hospital my mom fell broke her fema..I had no idea her dementia gotten so bad I spoke with her every other day she was in a program to get out to be around other people her age..
    It’s a painful story I never thought this would happen so suddenly to my mom..
    This is the most precious VIEDO just to see that they do remember thank you god bless you for all the good thing that you do here ��❤

  • not only for the elderly, but also for people with dissabilities, and a wish to be a mother or father, the stigma is beyond ridiculous, boy’s and men, also have feelings, and the European healthcare is just middle aged about this… GREAT VIDEO!

  • Much of this can be avoided or improved a great deal. Sitting on this knowledge is a black mark on big medicine.  Alzheimer’s b4 and after CBD  Before and after mental illness Alzheimer’s  CBD oil, Dad’s first dose  CBD provides help for Alzheimer’s sufferers  Treating dementia and Alzheimer’s Interview on the effects of CBD on Alzheimer’s and mental illness

  • A few decades ago there were several places that were having phenomenal success by treating the demented with psychedelic drug therapy. What happened?

  • Bummer that her brain is hosed (getting worse all of the time). Awesome that she still has some useful function. All the best. Cheers!

  • So sad, but anyone who has looked after a loved one with dementia will know how hard it is physically and mentally. My heart goes out to anyone/everyone affected by Alzheimer/Dementia. A huge shout out to any caregiver doing this alone! I feel your journey. I feel your pain because I’ve been there. My mom was also diagnosed in her 60s. Feeling absolutely shattered, heartbroken and drained, working with different physicians across the country with little or no improvement. I was exhausted and overwhelmed to look any further. Crying a lot through frustration, anger and despair, But today with the help of Homeocure Worldwide Natural Medicine, my mother is completely healthy and well again. I think we only need more support and sunlight to overcome this dreadful disease. Search for support regardless and don’t stop until you get it. With Homeocure Worldwide treatment, there is hope, don’t give up! contact them on their Youtube channel for more info

  • A simple google search will show this reporting ( 2:37) to be false. There are more than 5 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease, but only 200,000 of them are early onset.

  • Would you please look into a book by Mary t Newport..Alzheimer’s what if there was a cure. M.d. She admits it’s an exaggerated title to catch attentions but her husband made remarkable partial recovery. Drawing he did online. Please this to someone.

  • I am incredibly grateful not to have Alzheimer’s in my family. My mother is 99 and is completely free of it. The worry about getting it yourself, after a parent or other ancestor / relative had it, would be difficult to cope with.

  • I am astonished that 5 million Americans have this. That is a massive number when put into context with the population. That is nearly 1 in 60 people. Very sad indeed.

  • DOES she have Alzheimer’s or is it a tumor or some other form of dementia? She CAN’T regain her voice BY DEFINITION if it’s Alzheimer’s?

  • Wonderful insight, perception, and delivery. Bravo Dr. Mate! This lecture and it’s accompanying videos and book ought to be standard fair for all medical school students and in all school curriculum. Wonderful stuff!

  • I just wish we knew why this is happening to people, now it’s not just the elderly. My Grandma was diagnosed at 80 she has had it for 5yrs now, it’s really terrible to watch this happen to any loved one without even knowing why it happened or get a cure. We have to do everything for her 24hrs a day. She used to be very independent it took everything.

  • My late ex Mother In Law had Alzhiemers for approximately 15 years,if not a little longer, before her passing. Now her Daughter, my ex, is in her 10 th year of dealing with Alzhiemers.

  • My dad had been missing for 7 years, they found him wandering for hours to the next town over… alcohol and family history gave him early dementia �� he has so much memories he can hardly access and I have so much I never got to tell him, I visit him in the hospital my aunt is finding him a care home.

  • For those people whose relative are suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease and maybe reading this, I find it hard that people are still ignorant of herbal medicine when it comes to treating Alzheimer’s Disease.
    I have been through many phases over the last couple of years since my father’s diagnosis, he was 53 years old and had Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease and his diagnosis changed my life in many ways, I spend most of the time in denial and I keep thinking the tests were wrong. But deep down I knew they were correct. Though sharing his story is very difficult. He was always very successful in being able to accomplish anything he set his mind on doing. Alzheimer’s is a bitch of a disease. It began by robbing his recent memory, but it didn’t stop there. It continues to steal, taking the most recent memories until it has pilfered all but the oldest memories, he experienced a decline in his ability to think, remember and make decisions. I feel a need to express my thoughts and feelings about how it affected his day to day living and how its deteriorated since despite the help of some wonderful medics and medicine.
    I remind myself how lucky to come across Charanjit rychtova’s herbal medicine which is able to control this disease without any side effect, I felt a moment of relief hoping that he is free from this ailment, and nothing compares to the healing power of nature. Now I believe almost every health problem can be addressed in one natural way or another. The only thing I wanted was for him to feel better. I’m proud to say my Dad is Alzheimer’s free. You can also contact him for advice and more info. [email protected]

  • My Mother Wii Be 80 On The 4th Of July And She Is Doing Fine. I Have 2 Sisters And We All Takes Care Of Her She Has Been This Way For 3 Yr. Learn Love And Laughing. Live Life��������������������������������

  • how susceptible are the children and the chances of them becoming the same years later what percentage the chance do the kids have for this disease

  • My friend of nearly 20 years is a renown oncologist, internist and pharmacologist. Dr. Atiba is successfully treating Alzheimer’s patients with a combination of now generic medications, and has CURED three patients as of January 2019. He is now treating patients FOR FREE as part of his study to prove his theory. In the meantime, he has commissioned a drug company to manufacture the combined medicines into one pill at a cost of $400,000, just as a start. He further has investors helping to manufacture and distribute this new product. It appears that Dr. Atiba has accomplished what pharmaceutical companies have tried to do for 50 years. As he is California certified in all his disciplines, he sees patients in Southern and Northern California, specifically the Rancho Mirage and Monterey areas. The three medicines in their current form cost $500 a month, and have to be taken monthly for a lifetime. Once doctor Atiba’s patented combination pill is manufactured later in 2019, he estimates the cost will be $10 a day, or $300 per month. While he does not charge for evaluating / meeting and treating patients, there is a cost for the medicine as mentioned previously. Anyone who has a loved one suffering with dementia, to include Alzheimer’s should consider meeting with Dr. Atiba and being part of this impressive study. Please call me if you would like to learn more. about this groundbreaking treatment. Thanks, and God bless!

    Scott 707-365-6743

  • My great grandma and grandmother has this disease. To put it harshly it was a ‘burden’ to take care of her. She was sometime yelling, going around the neighborhood 10x a day, my mother couldn’t stop her because she was sometime went berserk and throwing anything around, it was like she was going back to a child, we could see that she was tired but it’s like something pushing her to do so. Well she passed away 3 years ago, peacefully, in her sleep just like my great grandma too. Now i’m afraid, as you see it ran in our family, i’m afraid my mother will have the same thing or even me.

  • God’s mercy, i.e. nano-medication, can effectively treat AD (Alzheimer’s disease) and reverse it.
    Dead neurons can be regenerated because nano-medication is the only stem cell therapy.
    Please contact: [email protected]@t

    All glory belongs to God!

  • Alzheimer’s disease is such a terrible disease I pray for a cure! There was on time a 31 year old that was pregnant had Alzheimer’s disease and that is heartbreaking!

  • there is now reversing of alzheimer to about normal things like taking coconut oil two table spoons per day and eating more things thats natural like butter, cream eggs bacon we have lost the path with eating we have to step back and see what our anccesters ate they did not have the neuro pathic problems we have now

  • Once you get Alzheimer’s symptoms there’s only one result unfortunately…it advances rapidly after diagnosis and your brain melts away…this chicks brain is just deteriorating differently.

  • I first learned to practice boundries with my chronic fatigue diagnosis in ‘ 86…if I did not say no…I became sick..instantaneously

  • My daughter is only 14 and I’m noticing her forgetting allot. She will leave the room and forget what she was going to go do. I’m really starting to worry about this because it’s happening more and more. She said to me one day haha mom I’m Dori. But it’s hard as a mom what to think. If anyone has a suggestion please leave a comment please no ride one this isn’t funny l. She don’t want to go to the Dr. But if it gets too be more then I will.

  • My grandma had this disease for 20 years and got progressively worse, when I was a teenager I often had to grandmasit because she could not be left alone, even to go to the bathroom. At the time I hoped doctors would find a cure for it, now 40 years later, there is still no cure for it or cancr or heart disease.
    . In my opinion these diseases are cash cows for doctor and the medical industry, without dementia heart disease and cancer patients hospitals, research centers, hospices and doctors practices would quickly go belly up. But when a dementia patient is not cured, then researchers, doctors.psychologists, occupational therapists,,the caregiver, the pharmaceutical industry would all be put of a job

  • Early childhood programming. Suppress your emotions. Asphasiacs stroke lost the ability to speak. Can tell who is lying 90% of time and paying attention to their gut feelings. Body signals and say NO and express your feelings. Where in your work life did you say? Where in your personal life.

  • Wow, well done to Amy Norton on sharing her story and well done to her amazing children in adapting to the change having a parent living with Young Onset Dementia.

    Hope everything is well in the future.

  • This is a very sad situation.  The woman is way too young to have such a debilitating disease.  I think it was wrong of this reporter to say the afflicted woman is communicating more in such a way as to mislead people to believe that she’s doing fine.  Total crap.  I feel very sorry for this family and the woman with the Alzheimer’s.

  • use organic virgin coconut oilcold pressed, unrefined, chemical free, non GMO. is has been proven to reverse Alzheimer’s and dementia amongst other vitamins, herbs

  • Actually, medical conditions can give symptoms of dementia or someone who is unfamiliar with anything else. For example, Kris Kristopherson (sp?) was being treated for early Alzheimer’s and actually had been exposed to Lyme disease. Lack of vitamins, thyroid disease, are just a few examples. It’s like a diabetic who gets pulled over for ” drunk driving” and of course they can’t drink because of sugar levels. They need a candy bar or insulin not detox

  • Cancer is bad but this is 100x worse!!!! It scares me so much, I have always said I want to be in a home away from everyone as to not be a burden, I won’t know where I am or failing that just smother me with a pillow! I’m only 32 now but seeing these stories of 31 year olds and maybe even younger is truly truly heartbreaking

  • I’ll help pass this video on by linking it. With some of the garbage that tends on YT this webinar should have millions of views. Their book is incredibly valuable. ������

  • Unless I knew these events n tactics from what mum went through with her narc husband, I would not know to fight back. Staying defiant Is a virtue. Counter manipulate. That’s when mulling to powder does not make us sick….TY.

  • Thank you for this much needed information!! My father had Alzheimer’s I’m a t1d,so started WFPB,no sugar,oil,salt added and low fat 2 years ago….wish this info was brought to my attention sooner!!❤ Children MUST get this information from day 1!!!❤

  • 1, from Nampa, Idaho….near Boise. My mom was diagnosed via drug trial testing with Alzheimers in 2017, was part of the Daybreak study by AstraZeneca and Eli Lilly. The three year study was abandoned a month after my mom quit due to horrible side effects one year into it and we started dealing with lifestyle issues. Eliminating Benadryl as a sleep aid and replacing it with essential oils, exercise, moving towards a whole food plant based diet, attended the March 2019 conference on women, heart disease and Alzheimers, met Drs. Dean and Ayesha Sherzai there. My mom has experienced a rather dramatic reversal in her disease and made gains in her window of backward and forward awareness and memory. She has also augmented her treatment with HBOT treatments in January and again this fall, brain mapping and bio-feedback therapies. She is a vastly different person than she was 2 years ago, due to NEURO protocol and attentiveness to lifestyle issues, even at age 82. Such a story of hope.

  • I am plant based, actually have the forks over knives recipe service, but still have problems with high triglycerides, even with exercise. Is there anything else I can do to control this without medication?

  • So, give us the data…
    1 How many meat eaters get Alzheimer’s?
    2 How many vegetarians get Alzheimer’s?
    I have heard these extreme claims by vegetarians for years now on YouTube and elsewhere about how you can improve your health, get rid of diabetes, high blood pressure, dementia and all kinds of chronic diseases after only one month of eating vegetarian. Well, I tried it, and I admit I feel better, but I honestly do not like the food as much it is not as satisfying, but none of my vital measurements really changed. The vegan supporters are just as dishonest, but probably more correct than not, than the carnivore supporters, but both sides are lying.

  • Dr. Greger @ Nutrition Facts has sited many studies that link high fat, meat based diets to dementia and Alzheimer’s. It’s fairly clear that artery constriction and inflammation play a major role in these two diseases. Both are caused by the ordinary American diet. It’s not a mystery. We should educate people with the facts.

  • I am really happy that i and my wife are cured of (HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS) with the herbal medicine of Dr.azen, i have been suffering from this disease for the past 3 years without solution until i came across the email of this doctors who have cure so many people with his herbal medicine, i also choose to give him a chance to help me and my wife, he told me what to do and i kindly did it, and he gave us his herbal medicine and direct me on how to use it, i also follows his instruction for use and he ask us to go for a check up after 3 weeks and which i did, to my greatest surprise our result came out as negative, we are really happy that there is someone like this DR who is ready to help anytime any day. to all the readers and viewers that is doubting this testimony stop doubting it and contact this Dr and see if he will not actually help you. i am not a stupid man that i will come out to the public and start saying what someone have not done for me. His contact on: [email protected]
    or whatsApp/Phone call:+2349038299828

  • Familial alzheimer’s disease has devastated generations of my mom’s blood line. I.pray I don’t have the APP gene mutation. 50/50 shot for me. I’m 35 and most are diagnosed in their 40s.

  • Being good and nice in our societies is not valued or appreciated, it’s just a sign that someone is a sucker to be exploited… no wonder we have so much evil and abuse.

  • Fantastic!!! I completely agree on this matter. It is so easy to get lost in our society. We simply need to ‘honour’ ourself, get in touch with our own needs and find a way to fullfill them ����❤️

  • I’ve been looking after mum and dad since the last 7 years… Mums Alzheimer’s, Dad’s Dementia… I also went through a horrible abusive marriage… mum passed two years back ( she was 87 then), Dad’s still there, he’s 97… know what?, 6 months after mum passed I got Asthma at the age of 57! That’s what stress did to me… I’m running on empty… totally exhausted

  • Dr. Gabor Mate, an amazing doctor, who
    studied man’s nature beyond conventional protocol. Spinoza has given me the wisdom
    to understand Dr. Mate and much more…

  • So true women now work full time jobs and get to be the main caregiver make dinner clean the house take care of the the kids and her husband go shopping and do all the worrying for the family. How far have we really come?

  • I love you man and you teached me soo much…but…articulation, because sometimes it’s difficult to follow/listen. When you speak European English and the recording is not the best quality…it’s sometimes difficult…and it’s not the quality of my soundsystem. Maybe it will motivatie me to read the books more… 😉

  • Since I had my child 13 years ago I’ve stopped existing. He is on autistic spectrum, so he reacts strange when I smile, laugh, express my feelings so I stopped being happy. My mother and father were narcissistic abusers, I still live with my mother and my son, cook, clean, take care of them and get sicker and sicker. I’m 44 and thinking of death as the only way out, actually looking forward to it. I have almost no friends left, husband’s gone, what is there left for me…I wish I won a lottery and just leave my old and bruised life and start somewhere else. I wish I was completely independent financially.

  • I think the problem with this disease talking bout on a very microscopic level is to prevent how it gets in the brain that way to be detrimental to ones health.things you work around causes this.wear a respirator mask that filters out caustic metals of fine powders that would go in the blood to clog vital neuron pathways and the pathways vital for reasoning and comprehension etc.a clean pure air unpolluted work environment is so important to prevent future complications that are the causes of these problems clearly.

  • Hi back to work tomorrow. And just keep on going with your duty role and responsibility…blended into the environment. Repress your anger=autoimmunity and cancer.

  • The pcp sees The ones who got sick and who doesn’t and it is not random. The ones who get sick are the ones who can’t say NO. The body then has to say No in the form of chronic illnesses. If you don’t say no, the body will say it for you. Most are females. It’s not genes because genes don’t change. Women soak up all the stress in the environment. And today, also the financial role, with no support.
    Automatic, compulsive need to care for others while you ignore your own. Obituaries will tell you how people died.

  • I am a man and a care giver. I suffer from severe untreatable IBD. When I finally learn to say “no.” With the help of a chronic illness therapist. I learned that I was being gaslighted when I tried to say “no” or set boundaries. Eventually I filed for a divorce because of what I felt was emotional abuse, cheating, lying and bullied out of my home. The sad thing was my partners disruptive(emotional) behavior seemed to be emotionally triggered. Overnight I was accused of child abuse, physical abuse and emotional abuse because I refused to do what my soon to be ex partner wanted me to do (during the divorce) and I said no. Thank my luck stars our child is doing better than she was in the marriage (thanks to interactive play therapy) and the court didn’t buy any of it. After the divorce is another story.

  • At end of day Like @LL government are KOK suckers and they want too @SS bandit your children N pill them up NO NEED FOR IT and the elite don’t vaccinate your kids /

  • The narcs wreak havoc that’s to exhaust the victim of abuse. There are 18’s, n there are 18’s as my much loved English teacher used to say. I didn’t wreak havoc of any sort. The opposite was true.

  • Thanks to the three of you for an excellent webinar. I didn’t get to watch it live, due to participating in the Midwest vegetable harvest. In my neck of the woods, a severe harvest labor shortage is somewhat mitigated by retirees who are willing to help.

    I’ve been plant based for about 18 months, after stumbling across “The China Study.” Since then, I have used voracious WFPB information consumption as a way of maintaining sanity in a culture that has insane eating habits.

    My mother-in-law is suffering from cognitive impairment and it has increased dramatically this year, so the timing of this webinar was excellent.

  • He is just amazing,gentle, educated, informative, wonderful I want to meet him so much this has appeared on my feed at the very time where I have developed arthritis fibroids adhd spondylitis restless legs fibromyalgia chronic fatigue and then had a full mental breakdown and got diagnosed bipolar….I have been unheard unvalidated unloved and uncared for most of my life because of this I have become a over carer people pleaser I never ever am able to express my emotions ever it’s like I am a ghost that just goes through so much trauma and I am never ever allowed to speak about it I am currently in psychotherapy and working on boundaries I am a total empath and I feel so deeply this wonderful man is speaking to my soul because of this talk I am going to change before its too late ������❤��

  • I listened to this consecutively 8 times, but I “heard” it on the eighth time, I think that’s maybe the pragmatic beautiful difference in obtaining the most value from Gabor mate.

    Just my thoughts: ).

  • ive watched pretty much all of the main talks from Dr Mate, and i have learned a lot about myself. what an incredibly virtuous man, much respect from the UK.

  • In a patriarchal society? That one sentence lets you understand the motives behind the methods. And while hugging your kids for misbehaving sounds like it’s really nice and kind….BUT it only reinforces the bad behavior. This is common sense and NOT CONTENTIOUS. There are decades of proven science behind it. This guys nothing more than a male feminist. He said it in his London real interview. He doesn’t treat his wife properly and he’s “working” on that. It’s guilt. He’s older and probably kind of a douche (too his wife primarily but probably more ppl as well). It’s unfortunate that this man in popping up in my feed as well as yours indoctrinating you with his leftist propaganda post modern feminist nonsense.

    Most older ppl go to church to try to forgive themselves of their prior sins in life…. but others give speeches about how to be really nice…regardless of the consequences. This is a very complicated subject, I’m not saying don’t love the f%c* out of your kids! I’m saying you reinforce the good as much as possible and as enthusiastically as possible and you say “No” firmly when they attempt something bad or dangerous and you can use your personal preference when it comes to time out or a light scolding w/e. Don’t ever be mean or angry. Set clear concise rules and consequences. And REINFORCE GOOD, if possible IGNORE bad but definitely ALWAYS BE THERE FOR YOUR KIDS.

  • quite a few years ago we had a guy in town who was accused of being a paedophile. A terrible accusation as it is…but imagine that in a small town in the middle of nowhere. He was cleared of the crime but it wasnt long after that he got cancer and passed away. I often thought of what he went through, getting accused of such a crime. All the towns children pointed him out…and many parents ‘educated’ what a pervert looked like. Poor guy had to crawl (figure of speech) out of a bucket of shit to somehow live his life. I did visit his Grave a while ago, and deeply regret not even engaging in conversation, I didnt know him very well, and will never forget the haunted look in his eyes..whilst he was in a queue at the towns Bank one day. So yes…I would subscribe to the link between stress and illness.

  • Really a wonderful talk and, deep wisdom. It’s been said that thats why we’re here, to let go of our
    maladaptive patterns, which we all have, so we can evolve into higher states,
    not characterized by stress and anxiety, which are just our responses to what happens in our lives.
    Thank you so much for putting all this into a beautiful perspective for us.

  • Well, Plato already said that “the cure of many diseases, is unknown to physicians, because they are ignorant of the whole. For the part can never be well unless the whole is well”.

  • Her young son stated, “She can’t do much but she is still with us,” with a smile. The reporter then asked him, “Does that bother you sometimes?” WHAT?! Rude and insensitive to ask him such a question. I am appalled.

  • This seems to be another case of Creutzfeldt Jakob disease, passed as Alzheimer’s, so as not to arouse panic among people.
    Cases of Mad Cow Disease occur in the U.S. each year, yet regulators only test a tiny percentage of the 32 million cattle slaughtered annually. In Europe, all older cattle are tested for Mad Cow Disease, and in Japan every cow slaughtered for human consumption is tested. Similarly most deer, elk, and moose, are killed and consumed with no testing for CWD required.
    These prion diseases in animals can cause this “Alzheimer” in people. If it were Alzheimer’s, the life expectancy would be 8 to 20 years, but it is definitely a prion disease, which are fatal and kill the patient in less than 2 years.

  • Go and get his books; read them, give them to your friends. This needs to get into the consciousness of policy makers, and particularly the caregivers. I hope this guy becomes a household name, because his message is so important. Working full time and being my mother’s sole caregiver, I learned the hard way that something had to give when I was sick for a year and my muscles stopped working. Illness was nature’s way of slowing me down and was a much needed wake up call. I started saying the no word and learned my lesson the hard way. If you put yourself last, you won’t last.

  • Hidden stress from childhood is a Freudian myth. This guy is well meaning but he is still talking about the meat robot. We are not machines. The body is purpose-driven. Ideas, perceptions and belief in the Mind (a non-physical realm) are the source because a person will react to them and their reaction is somatic. And those ideas are in the present, not from some distant past.

    Stress arises from maltreatment by other related, inhumane people in our lives. Here is the foul game play.

    When you understand that you understand that the ideas are only your perceptions of someone related person’s hateful suggestions, you know that those ideas are bogus, so you can simply reject them. While you think the ideas are your own thinking you are locked into a maze because your own ideas carry your authority.

  • My grandma was taking care of my grandpa who has Alzheimer’s. In 5 years she got cancer and passed away. I know it was stress that let the cancer in and take over.

  • I can listen to this Dr talk all day long. Makes so much that is complicated understood and what I did not know into basics anyone who volunteers/is a caregiver/ and moms’/overachievers need to hear these words of wisdom…

  • Clancy Imislund with AA pacific group is concerned how  their alcoholics anonymous  members “look”. I was at log cabin meeting when Clancy precided-He yelled from podium his disapproval of how we didn’t look “right”-He told me to “shave” (I left AA for good)…Gabor Mate is my hero and saved my life with his truth on childhood trauma and loss…AA people don’t believe this…they want to believe “genes” and “choice”(This is a sick program.)

  • Myriad causes for disease and dysfunction some might works some might not to alleviate and there are the environmental causes and than the economical and than the degenerative hereditary etc etc unending.. Basic shit is that civilization made us sick since it is artificial you are coming out of nature develop a mind that makes the body sick Zero sum game you either a dumb-ass running around naked and sort of happy doing the same shit for eternity or you (collectively ) getting out of the monkey mind into knowledge than you get bodily dysfunctions. You gotta live and deal with it. it this is a process _ “where do we go nobody knows ” i guess

  • Very important stuff but I’m not so sure about the claim that women are universally hit harder by stress. I suspect the evidence he cites regarding life expectancy corrolating with marital status could be explained otherwise. For one thing, men’s financial success is very much tied to their marriageability; Nobody wants a “bum without a job.” For a woman, this is not nearly as relevant a criterion for marriage. Therefore, it seems reasonable to expect that married men tend to be financially better off than unmarried men more so than is the case for women and we all know that financial well being is a reliable predictor of health, if not necessarily stress in particular.

    Also, the assumption that women “absorb the stress of men” in general is pretty hard to square with the fact that men commit suicide at about three times the rate of women. Of course this can have several different causes, but one of them is likely to be the difference between the kinds of pressures facing men and women respectively. As a generalization, men are more valued for their financial contribution than other things and women have more of the responsibility for the functioning of the family unit. Nobody says “Daddy, I need your personal resources”; rather it’s “Daddy, I need you to make more money, so I can live better.” For a woman, it’s more a matter of “I need to make this family work and it’s not working, so I need to apply myself more or I’m a failure.” I think this kind of pressure is more likely to make someone continue further to the detriment of their own ability to cope with things, as Maté talks about, where a man will just think “I can’t make this money and there’s nothing else I’m needed for, so that’s it.” In short, I think the evident failure of the market capitalist system as a premise of social organization is destroying people’s happiness in every aspect.

    As an aside, I’m sure you are aware that the feminists are starting to complain about the added pressures on women now in the role of primary provider. They apparently don’t think that this pressure is negligible, they are just somehow surprised that it’s actually a tough expectation to have placed on you. Who knew?

    To be clear, I do think that women by nature as well as by cultural conditioning are more inclined to take on the role of “family glue,” I just think the pressures of the social system affect everyone rather equally.

  • Well everyone has hidden stress from childhood, I suppose. But if it’s hidden, how on earth does this man make a positive correlation between that kind of stress and cancer, for example? For years, a group at an animal sanctuary (scientists included) swore up and down that every full moon the animals stirred uncharacteristically for a couple of days. For more than a year they observed this unbelievable correlation. It was certainly not random. A volunteer eventually pointed out that every 28 days new water was delivered to the sanctuary. The raised magnesium and calcium levels in the unsublimated water upset the animals. That’s the type of science Mate does. The moon kind.

  • Thank you so much, finally I understand the connection between my relationship with stress and it causing my illness of chronic fatique….

  • Mmmmmm I’m not sure about this idea of the heart and guts having some kind of thinking capacity. There are of course neurons linked to these area so that Autonomic nervous system can send the commands for the heart to beat and the digestive system to work etc. But I don’t know what the evidence says about the gut or heart having some kind of independent thinking capacity as with grey matter in the brain it seems a bit fanciful. I would have to see what the evidence says to believe this.

  • In my opinion, in Western culture people specialize too much in their area. Of course, you can achieve great things that way, but there have to be people whose holistic views are valued, too. When I was in the US, I’ve noticed how people dismiss your knowledge if you’re not “a specialist”, and that’s ridiculous. And most Americans don’t even know basic things about medicine, nature and their bodies, because they don’t trust the internet, they don’t trust other people, only doctors and media.

  • That’s insane..I never say “no”. I always find some excuse around it. Or I say something like “I don’t think it’s a good idea” and “I don’t want to sound mean”.

  • I am 21 and I have begun to finally truly manage my stress. I take pycnogenol and coenzyme q10 to normalize my blood pressure, I write, play piano, and listen to reggae to relax. My blood pressure used to regularly be 135-145 over 80-90, and now it is regularly below 120. Less stress, less argument, happiness:)

  • 20:00 an alternate explanation for the limp is that when you are walking in the hall or walking away, you are stressing your leg more because you are going faster, but when you are walking to and from a bedside you are going slowly and just moving, not walking really.

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  • We are brainwashed by our society by flashy lights and bright colors to accept a bill of goods that we see acted out on TV before what our family’s do, or our moral codes, or just common sense or even disease and sickness. Women especially just get blamed and exploited for what is done to them, but it’s the same with men.

  • So causing stress to people, a whole class, the 99% of our population is just about equal to murder… there’s just no gun and no smoke.

  • Stress indeed can make not only our body weak but as well as our mind and soul. This video has lots of intelligent and real facts. It’s always good listening to these kinds of videos. Education is power!

  • This addresses the phenomena of a person seeming OK, not confiding in anyone that they feel depressed (or they are shut down if they do). And so, a beautiful teenager, with friends and a future beckoning away kills themself.

  • My Mom died of Four brain tumors and Lung Cancer, 1996 his second wife had Lung Cancer died in 1997 His third wife had a breast Cancer, then dad had learned he had Bowel Cancer himself in 2017 and used advocacy right to die.. I had met Dr. Mate. in 1979 attempted to tell the parents about his books, being they were both avid readers, I guess the information was meant for me. Thanks Dr. Mate.

  • Naturally, it depends on a lot of factors… Do your addictions come up when you are: HALT ( hungry, angry, lonely, tired ). Do you have residual negative childhood experiences that have not been resolved? Are you working on consciousness / awareness through meditation ( meditation is thousands years old and is free ). Awareness is a great step ; as he says ” once you are aware of it, then you can do something about it “. Talking back your “voices” and “actions” leading to choices helps.