John | Podcasting
John | Podcasting

Episode · 1 year ago

Medication Recall | Gut Bacteria | Poop Transplants

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Today I talk about an important medicine recall for people with soft penises and/or depression; then we get into gut microbiota, and fecal transplants.

Haiku Show Notes:

Sad your cock won't rise/

Mourning the morning before/

The new poop reboots

Transcript at EmoDojo.com 

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Oh Hey, what's up? Thanks for coming. If you're new here, I'm johnny emotions and I'd like to welcome you to the EMO Dojo. Today we're going to talk about the importance of your gut microbe fecal transplants. Yeah, you heard that right. And first we're going to get to a medicine recall. So please step on in. There's a few people here already. This is emo do Joe. All right. Well, the Medicine Update. There is a recall on some pharmaceutical prescription meds. If you take trazodone for depression or Viagra for soft penis, there was a mix up at the factory. TRAZODONE got put in the packaging for Viagra and vice versa. So double...

...check that, because you know, if you have my Coxsa flopping and you expecting to get a boner with your pill, that trazodone will make you depressed because it might actually make your Dick Softer. And a side effect of Trazodone, especially for people that aren't like necess ace saily depressed, likely is depression itself. Boy. And then, of course, conversely, if you were depressed and you took something you thought was trasitone and all of a sudden your dicks ared. Well, I don't know how that's going to make you feel. At any rate, that's not a joke. That actually happened. And just a minute we will get to the stories I just read about your gut, microbe and fecal transplants. It's pretty fascinating, but first let me just catch you up on what what's been up lately. I've kept doing the neurostimulation...

...for my head, still doing that religiously daily. I got super busy with work, so I haven't been able to connect with can, the inventor of the lifted, but that's my fault, so not his fault at all. Just been busy, overwhelmed, I guess that's the right word. Also, so, man, I bit the inside of my cheek minute ago. One of my inside teeth, tooths, is kind of Jaggedy, kind of chipped off, and it's sharp and a bit down on the inside of my left cheek and of course, when you bite down on it, crunch into it, then it protrudes a little bit where the little scar is now that you bit into, which makes it that much easier to bite. So I'm having a problem with either to drive mouth or two wet of mouth. It's it. The the adjusters all fucked up right now, but that's what happens when I get mad at you know, like you don't pay attention and you'd bite...

...your own fucking tongue. Its horrible and in this case I bit my own cheek. So when you have mood swings and mood disorders, a lot of times you'll look back, especially if you records your behavior or, you know, journal or do whatever things like that, just document daytoday stuff. Part of how I do that is through podcasting, and I'm able to listen back to the old podcast. Honestly, I don't normally listen back to the old podcast because I know some of them will make me cringe and I often wonder should I just delete the old ones? I don't know. What are your thoughts on that, because I don't mind having what they call ephemeral content that just as there and disappears. I just need to get it out out of my head, you know. So that's one thought. Is maybe just because here, like when I went through that crisis, like for pretty much all of November, it was like pretty traumatic and it's uncomfortable for me to go...

...back and listen to those. So I'm not sure if I should even leave them up, because then people like my neme Isis this, might use them against me. Not Saying I'm paranoid, but I'm several people that I wish did not listen to me. I wish I could block them, but you can't block podcast listeners. Yeah, I guess I don't know. You know, people go to pretty great lengths to undermine others for no good reason, really no outwardly rational reason, let's put it that way. Everybody has what they think is a good reason. For sure, a lot of people just don't think. They don't even think of the rationale why they're even acting the way they're acting. Anyway, what I'm saying is I don't necessarily trust all the people that listen to my podcast, and I don't think they. I think there's a handful of them that have less than good intentions for me. But yeah, I don't care. The benefit of me sharing and just getting it off my chest outweighs that at all. Getting back to it, should...

I just leave old episodes up forever or just fucking like leave a week's worth up and then just delete them or put them behind a pay wall? I don't know. I don't like doing things by the book. I just want to reinventce everything I do all the time. What do you think of the high coup show notes? Do you even read the show notes? Does anybody read the show notes? This particular podcast gets transcribed automatically now, so I don't really need show notes in that context because people can go to the podcast page like you emo dojocom and Click on and scroll down there's the transcription for the whole fucking podcast. So I don't really need show notes in that sense because I'm not trying to organize things. I don't it's just not what not with this art project is about really, but I did want to add some art and extra challenge to the production. That's why I like the idea of high coup show notes. But in hindsight I think I might do Hiku show notes but make the title normal. Do you know what I mean? Because...

I'm not sure if the HIKU title was attractive enough to the average new person. It might have been a little weird. You could or should let me know what you think on that, and it would be helpful. If not I'm just going to do it my way. I'll probably just do it my way anyway, but right now I don't know what my way is and you could influence me. So let me know. Hiku show notes as the title or just lower down in the show notes, because I sure as hell not write an actual show notes, like in this episode, to talk about this and that and fucking that and the other thing. No, I don't think so. It would be nice to have a producer. You see all the podcasters, I mean Vloggers, people video shows on Youtube and stuff and like, Oh yeah, I want to do that. Well, a lot of those people have staff, you know, staff, staff, like to three people. Sometimes they're on screen, sometimes they're not on screen. It's a lot of work to put this together. Since I do it alone, I...

...rely on your input to make it more listenable for you. Otherwise I'm just you, just witnessing art project kind of dynamically as it happens. Man, I don't know if it's that neurostimulation device, transcranial electro fuck, I forgot the whole name. Basically it's APPs your brain with low voltage electricity, but I've been doing it regularly and more than it says to on the box, because, yeah, I'm a risk taker and you know, if it doesn't work a little bit, try a little more. That's what I always say. Anyway, now I've been using the electro stimulation device and something change. I don't know if it is the fucking astrology or Zapping my brain or realization of a situation that I thought was one thing is actually a different thing. And sometimes when you catch a glimpse of reality, it's like, Oh,...

...what a fucking relief. That's it, that's that's the thing. Okay, I can deal with that. But if you're presented with an alternate reality and you believe it's real and then it falls apart, that's traumatic and that's kind of what I dealt with all of last month, including, like nobody to spand Thanksgiving with, which sucks. But you know, I'm sure everyone out there's like, oh, yeah, but that's great, you didn't get coronavirus. And yes, of course I did not get coronavirus over thanksgiving. So cool, great, can make another podcast, I guess. So let's talk about gut, microbiome, Microbiota. I'll use microbiome. I'm not entirely sure those two terms are interchangeable, but we're talking about the the bacteria in your guts. Okay. So here's what they found out. They were studying mice, as they do. They stress some mice out and they found out that...

...when they stress a mouse out, it's guts secrete a certain fat, alyppic acid, gets secreted into the blood stream via your guts, your intestines, which, remember, have just as many neuroreceptors as your brain, more actually of the same type. In fact, if you look at your guts, it's kind of like a brain in your belly. So, anyhow, when they stress the mice out, their guts secreted lippic acid, went into their blood stream, went up to their brain. Their brain then reacted to the stress signals coming from their belly and tried to correct doing whatever the brain thought was necessary. Well, that's where the disorders, mood disorders, come in, specifically depression. Is What they were studying with the mice, and so there is a mechanical process to it. You get stressed out, your gut...

...secrete fat, the whole mixture affects your brain and now your brain goes hey, why are trying to fix the overall problem. So some of you may have heard of this technique called fecal transplant, where they take healthy poop and put it in the guts of somebody with an unhealthy system and it can reset them. Sounds gnarly, sounds Gross, and I don't I mean when you say fecal transplant, you just I imagine, like a Dukey somehow stuck sticking it up from one guy's buddy into another person's but like that sounds gross, but obviously it's not that. It's not as gross as I imagine it. It's very microscopic. It doesn't take much. So we already know, and other tests about other things, that weekend fix bad gut microbiome with good poop...

...from someone else. Well, in this case with the mice, they took mice with mood disorders now because they were stressed out because their poop had that lactic basilic in it, and then they put the stressed out poop in a healthy mouse and the healthy mouse got a mood disorder. How about that? So I recap, they took a mouse with the mood disorders poop and put it in a healthy mouse and the healthy mouse got a mood disorder. So then the next step seems like, how about if we can fix the mood disorders with healthy poop? Would you do that? Would you fix your depression by having somebody else's fetal matter transplanted into your guts? I'd have to hear...

...some eyewitnesses and patients who have gone through it first, but I would consider it because mood disorders are fucking miserable. You get so goddamn sensitive and like right now I'm in that part of my mood disorder where I hate my other self. I'm like, what a fucking pussy like? Man Up, quit being so fragile. So you have to deal with that. That's the thing we have to deal with. We have to do like with the self hatred of the other guy. It's not like a split personality thing. I don't think that was literally another personality another person it just that when you're in the mood of that, you're stuck in. It's kind of like when you have the flu or something, or when you're about to sneeze. You can't control the sneeze. It happens. It just happens when you have the flu or something, when you're sick, you're just fucking sick. And you react the best you can while you're while you're in it. Then you get better and then most people don't hate themselves because they got the flu, but people with mood disorders often times hate ourselves because of the way we were previously. And...

...after a while, when you worn out all your loved ones, there's no one to reflect off of. So you don't even know how to handle crawling out of the hole. You don't even know if you're doing it right. So it just becomes exponentially harder. So you have to get tough. You just got to keep trying, keep trying. So anyway, it's Sunday. Going to get back on it, Monday, tomorrow. It's snowed last night. Got About I don't know, three or four inches of snow on the ground. Probably be melted by the morning, but I'm sure the roads are going to be Shit Sho so I hope your week starts off well and thanks for joining me in the EMO Dojoe. And now back to the wall.

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