Your Body's Production Line

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Episode #101
May 20, 14
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They are the end results of a long production line of bodily mechanisms designed to remove toxins, eliminate waste, while promoting balance.They can also give indications and early warnings of inflammation, infection and tissue damage. Some people have various reasons to avoid observing and examining these “end-products”. It is time to change a behavior pattern and become proactive in your own health.

Hosts: Dr. Glenn Wollman, Christina Souza Ma Airing on Tuesdays @ 10:30am PST (1:30pm EST)

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Glenn Wollman

Glenn Wollman, MD, has always been at the leading edge of medicine. He helped pioneer the specialty of Emergency Medicine and, at the same time, also developed and ran one of the first hospital-based Integrative Medicine programs in the Unitied… Read full bio »

2 Responses to "101: Your Body’s Production Line"

  1. HI Doc,
    Is there any reason from the interral organ itching skin occationaly especially on our back ( middle part)


    • glenn Wollman

      Greetings,
      Thank you for being a part of MMT and thank you for your question.
      Itching on the skin and body organs have certain meanings in Western Medicine. Usually itching from an organ specifically liver and gall bladder, is caused by some failure of the organ in its ability to break down products appropriately . When certain products are not degraded, they can accumulate and be deposited in the skin and this may cause itching. Another cause might be an irritation of a nerve in a certain area of the skin and this may be related to a nerve that is connected with a specific organ.
      In Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine there may be other energetic causes.
      Of course , the itching may be related to something else and have nothing to do with a specific organ.
      If the itching continues and you don’t see a rash or a lesion , I would suggest a consult with your Doctor
      Please feel free to give more information if you need it. I hope this helps.
      Wishing you Optimal Health

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