So, I’ve been reading about this new eTNS system that was recently approved by the FDA and it kinda freaked me out. The thoughts of me using this on my kid!? I’m not a medical professional, but my dear friend Dr. Jen IS. (her bio is here and she’s been on the podcast before today- you can listen to that here). I wanted to get her medical option and thoughts about this new machine.. and she freaked out too! So I invited her to come visit and share her opinion and about what she has learned with you. Let’s talk and discuss. Enjoy!
In this episode Peter and Jen discuss:
1:18- Intro and welcome back Dr. Jen Hartstein
1:40- I showed this thing to you yesterday and you also freaked out! What are your thoughts about it today?
3:00- About the study group used in getting it’s FDA approval ref: Dr. Stephen Hinshaw
3:50- Side effects and intended usage for ages 7-12.
4:21- About stimulation threshold(s) and other possible side effects listed.
5:04- As compared to non-stimulant medications
5:25- Four psychologists surveyed say…
6:51- Only sixty-two kids were studied, how do you think this was granted FDA approval so quickly?
7:52- Some benefits of ECT
8:18- We don’t know how children’s brains develop after this type of treatment, do we?
10:05- Is this maybe the next “good thing”?
10:25- Under the “Pills Don’t Teach Skills” heading…
12:03- In our culture and educational systems in the US, we are missing ways to help people manage emotions effectively.
12:40- “A headache is not an aspirin deficiency”
20:00- Thank you for coming on such notice Dr. Jen and Thank YOU for subscribing, reviewing and listening. PLEASE.. stop right now and write us a review so that we will all be able help more people! You can always reach me at email@example.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. Also at @FasterThanNormal on all of the socials.
20:36- Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits
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