Evaluation Basics – Part 1

Evaluation Basics – Part 1

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hey it’s me again in this video we’re going to talk about another example of evaluation again evaluation is analyzing the data to come up with a reason why something is the way it is it’s all it’s the technology of solving problems I think it’s one of the biggest thing that’s missing in healthcare and it’s the most valuable thing because if you don’t have a good evaluator you solve the wrong problem you treat the symptom which just makes the problem persist or camouflage the problem so let’s just take a look at this 59 year old female she works swing shift can’t sleep crave sweets next if not satisfied after meals pre-diabetic allergy sleep apnea she bloats constipation indigestion acid reflux low tolerance of stress with low vitamin D level weak legs when she climbs or does incline ulcer she had a history of an ulcer excessive thinking analyzing so this is a very it just jumps right out is she has a lot of adrenal symptoms so right there we’re gonna right adrenal so let’s just take a look at if they all relate to adrenal or if not now working swing shift is going to totally disrupt your sleep cycles our bodies are not designed to rotate the sleeping they’re designed to help you go to help you sleep or make you go to sleep when it gets dark out and wake up when it gets light so if you’re working against gravity that can really throw off your internal clock so over years of night night you know working at night it’s going to throw you off your your circadian rhythms which allow you to get in sleep so that could be what created the stress on the adrenal I’m not sure sweet cravings they hormone what are the hormones that the adrenal gland makes it’s called cortisol another name for cortisol which is the stress hormone is glucocorticoids gluco meaning sweet because it regulates blood sugars so a lot of diabetics are a diabetics because of the adrenal overacting but this could be adrenal and then look at she’s the pre-diabetic so we know that’s adrenal other symptoms are adrenal would be stiffness and inflammation because all of the anti-inflammatories are controlled by the adrenals think about what they give you for pain they inject you with a steroid shot what’s a steroid and prednisone those are anti-inflammatories that’s adrenal hormones also allergies are adrenal because some of the treatments involve EpiPens that’s epinephrine that’s adrenaline well why why would that fix analogy because there’s something related with allergies to adrenal if you take the adrenal glands out of dogs and different experiments they all end up with allergies so why wouldn’t we just take that and use that and try to improve the adrenals see if we can prove the allergies and a lot of allergies occur after you know years of stress as well but there’s other causes sleep apnea that is really not a sleep problem it’s a sinus swelling in the back of the nasal pharyngeal area behind the palate back there there’s a nerve that controls that and it comes out of the brainstem and it’s the tenth cranial nerve and that can be influenced by high levels of adrenal stress so bingo right there that’s adrenal – not satisfied after meals one thing that this would be is a gall bladder problem but think about it the gall bladder is influenced when you have high stress that will shut down the bile recycling of bile and the gall bladder and give you these symptoms right here okay so even though this could be a low bile if we look deeper it could be an adrenal issue because the adrenal could cause that again we’re trying to pull a string and see how far we can go back indigestion that is really low stomach acids that’s low acid in the stomach and again one of the characteristic things of adrenal do relate to that in a way that you have alkalosis so when your body is too alkaline what can cause it is high level of adrenal hormones cortisol there’s this huge myth going around that everyone is too well maybe they do urine is but I’m talking about the blood if that blood becomes excessively too alkaline and you can read this in the physiology books on the adrenal high cortisol I’m not just coming up with this for no reason and your body’s too alkaline a lot of things will happen you’ll get indigestion you won’t be able to transport minerals that’s where you’ll get cramps in your legs you’ll have breathing problems at night you’ll crave salt at night and allergies just from being alkaline and that’s why some of the remedies back in the 30s for allergies was to take something called ammonium chloride ammonium chloride is an acidifier that they used to use as a binder in allergy medications and then they took it out that was the active ingredient so ammonium chloride is not a harmful thing you can take it and to acidify your ph and rid allergies one of the ways you know you’re excessively too alkaline is if you consume like citrus orange or grapefruit or even lemon an hour later you will have pain in your joints that would be a good indicator of alkalinity your too alkaline you can’t really tell by your urine or saliva if your blood is too alkaline and the problem if you take the blood out of the the blood vessel and chest the pH it gets exposed to oxygen so fast it’s very difficult to test for an alkaline blood you have to really use these other indicators but citrus oxidizes that breaks down and it goes very very alkaline so when you drink any type of citrus it’s actually even though it’s a citric acid it turns into an alkaline substance we’re seeing we’re sending this state right here and the point I’m making is I’m just trying to give you the background of what can happen with adrenal with your pH and how that can relate to this as well and even oxygen alright so now we have that could explain indigestion because you’re going to have a you’re gonna lose your stomach acid in that as well and then acid reflux is really that’s a caused by not enough acid because if you don’t have enough acid you won’t be able to close that valve that that separates your stomach from your esophagus and because you need a really strong acid and if that’s not there you’ll get acid reflux so really ask the reflux is not enough acid and the way to fix it is to take an acid not to take an antacid so if you take an acid like latane how to chloride that will help that but the fact is that this is one of the symptoms of adrenal – not just you know not enough acid so if we go deeper I think most of these symptoms that this person has there’s adrenal adrenal adrenal right down the list so that’s the most likely thing that we’re going to support low tolerance of stress that’s adrenal low vitamin D that’s adrenal symptom weak legs climbing that’s definitely adrenal because it affects the lower extremities also that’s a symptom of adrenal excessive thinking adrenal so it’s classic adrenal so I’m going to go with that and see if she gets better if you if she supports the Drina land it doesn’t work then we have to relook at things but I like to go with the most likely logical thing that makes common sense I’ll see in the next video

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Dr. Berg talks about health evaluation and health assessment. This case study involves studying the symptoms and then taking the appropriate treatment. Symptoms are effects and not the causes, treating a symptom might hide the underlying cause of the problem itself. So it is essential to identify the root cause of every problem and then to treat the source of that health issue for effective health care and healthy living. Dr. Berg shows on how to identify health problems and perform health risk assessment by analyzing the health information.
Dr. Berg evaluates a 57 year old female with bloating, constipation, sleep problems, allergies and sleep apnea and much more.
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Dr. Berg, 50 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning, published by KB Publishing in January 2011. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been an active member of the Endocrinology Society, and has worked as a past part-time adjunct professor at Howard University.
Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The Health & Wellness, Dr. Berg Nutritionals and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.
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