43. Listener Q&A
Today I answer listeners’ questions. Frequently people reach out to me with health questions. And doing a Listener Q&A gives me a chance to answer those questions and share that with you, because typically if someone has a question, there are lots of people with the same question who simply haven’t asked it.
Key Takeaways To Tune In For
- [01:50] Why has my bone density suddenly dropped from when I last tested?
- [05:30] Taking antidepressants can increase fracture risks
- [08:10] Things that can cause depression
- [14:08] I had COVID months ago and i’m still experiencing symptoms. What can I do?
- [16:24] Is there a natural way to treat ADHD?
- [20:55] How low blood sugar and lack of sleep can cause ADHD symptoms
- [24:00] Lack of nutrients can cause ADHD symptoms
Resources talked about in this episode
- Podcast mentioned: COVID Long Haulers with Dr. Paul Anderson–
- Blogs mentioned- 4 Simple Steps to Fix ADHD
- Blogs mentioned- Vitamin K and Fractures
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