Sex, Drugs, and Epigenome

Episode 25 - AMA: Central Nervous System Issues, Epitalon for Sleep, and Lumbar Disk Herniations!

November 10, 2020 Willam A. Seeds, MD Season 1 Episode 25
Sex, Drugs, and Epigenome
Episode 25 - AMA: Central Nervous System Issues, Epitalon for Sleep, and Lumbar Disk Herniations!
Chapters
Sex, Drugs, and Epigenome
Episode 25 - AMA: Central Nervous System Issues, Epitalon for Sleep, and Lumbar Disk Herniations!
Nov 10, 2020 Season 1 Episode 25
Willam A. Seeds, MD

JOIN US FOR THE SSRP + LEUKEMIA AND LYMPHOMA SOCIETY'S CANCER RESEARCH SEMINAR!
https://seeds.md/lls-cancer-seminar/
November 14, 9:00am Central Time.

Another AMA back by popular demand!

Medical Disclaimer: The medical treatments discussed in this channel are not intended for a diagnosis or prescription for viewers. They are meant for educational purposes only. Always consult your physician before administering any of the treatments discussed by Dr. Seeds or his video channel.

Question 1: 
I’ve got ME/CFS and peptides have helped immensely with a combo of a few other things, but trying to move the needle from 85%. I was a big gym rat a few years ago and lost about 40lbs due to not being able to work out over the last few years. My goals are to be able to get back in the gym and calm my nervous system down. I’ve improved a ton over the last few years as I was have been bed ridden at times, but symptoms like fatigue, post exertional malaise, POTS symptoms and over active nervous system still linger to a lesser degree than before. 

Thymosin Beta-4 has gotten rid of my fibromyalgia symptoms about 95% which is amazing. TA-1 and BPC 157 have not been good for me even at low doses. Also tried nasal version of Selank and ARA-290 to no success. Anything else I could try?

Question 2:
Hello, I am interested in Epitalon for sleep primarily, telomeres, etc. I would love to hear any and all feedback.

Question 3:
Hi Dr seeds. I listened to your podcast about back pain and with the athlete with the neck problem, thanks it was very informative and gives me hope in healing my own injuries. Do you recommend any peptides for lumbar disc herniations? I have a problem at l5/S1.

I understand these are more tricky to heal as they are avascular.

JOIN US FOR THE SSRP + LEUKEMIA AND LYMPHOMA SOCIETY'S CANCER RESEARCH SEMINAR!
https://seeds.md/lls-cancer-seminar/

Show Notes

JOIN US FOR THE SSRP + LEUKEMIA AND LYMPHOMA SOCIETY'S CANCER RESEARCH SEMINAR!
https://seeds.md/lls-cancer-seminar/
November 14, 9:00am Central Time.

Another AMA back by popular demand!

Medical Disclaimer: The medical treatments discussed in this channel are not intended for a diagnosis or prescription for viewers. They are meant for educational purposes only. Always consult your physician before administering any of the treatments discussed by Dr. Seeds or his video channel.

Question 1: 
I’ve got ME/CFS and peptides have helped immensely with a combo of a few other things, but trying to move the needle from 85%. I was a big gym rat a few years ago and lost about 40lbs due to not being able to work out over the last few years. My goals are to be able to get back in the gym and calm my nervous system down. I’ve improved a ton over the last few years as I was have been bed ridden at times, but symptoms like fatigue, post exertional malaise, POTS symptoms and over active nervous system still linger to a lesser degree than before. 

Thymosin Beta-4 has gotten rid of my fibromyalgia symptoms about 95% which is amazing. TA-1 and BPC 157 have not been good for me even at low doses. Also tried nasal version of Selank and ARA-290 to no success. Anything else I could try?

Question 2:
Hello, I am interested in Epitalon for sleep primarily, telomeres, etc. I would love to hear any and all feedback.

Question 3:
Hi Dr seeds. I listened to your podcast about back pain and with the athlete with the neck problem, thanks it was very informative and gives me hope in healing my own injuries. Do you recommend any peptides for lumbar disc herniations? I have a problem at l5/S1.

I understand these are more tricky to heal as they are avascular.

JOIN US FOR THE SSRP + LEUKEMIA AND LYMPHOMA SOCIETY'S CANCER RESEARCH SEMINAR!
https://seeds.md/lls-cancer-seminar/