04.22.2017

#2.0

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A general description of chapter two. A step by step walk through of the biochemical mediators of pain with a…

A general description of chapter two. A step by step walk through of the biochemical mediators of pain with a global focus on the meaning and causes of inflammation and chronic pain.

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04.22.2017

#2.1

Lactic Acid

A quick look at how people in pain can predict the weather before moving on to lactic acid. ┬áHere we…

A quick look at how people in pain can predict the weather before moving on to lactic acid.  Here we will simplify the concepts of acid/base chemistry and determine if lactic acid is truly the villain it is made out to be.

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04.22.2017

#2.2

Histamine

A short backtrack and review of the previous lecture to clean up diet with relation to the production and/or use…

A short backtrack and review of the previous lecture to clean up diet with relation to the production and/or use of acids vs buffers. General introduction to histamine and its relationship to the central nervous system, gut, and primarily, the immune system.

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04.22.2017

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Bradykinin & Cytokines

A look at the big dog, bradykinin and the small yappy dogs, the cytokines. These two families of chemical mediators…

A look at the big dog, bradykinin and the small yappy dogs, the cytokines. These two families of chemical mediators of pain will start to show the relationship between infection and trauma. We begin to understand the chain reaction of pain.

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05.28.2017

#2.4

Prostaglandin & Leukotrienes

We revisit our old friend, the omega 6 - omega 3 graphic, to help explain the origins of prostaglandin E2…

We revisit our old friend, the omega 6 – omega 3 graphic, to help explain the origins of prostaglandin E2 and leukotriene B4. We see how dysfunction at the cell wall drives the inflammatory state both directly and indirectly.

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