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Jason 360
Jason 360 Mês atrás
The part where Dr Mike said the exact same thing as mrwhoosetheboss is just hilarious 😂😂
Burp 6 dias atrás
@Shampoo respect
Shampoo 7 dias atrás
@Burp brown actually
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Ayooo wdym
Burp 12 dias atrás
The only difference is that one is bla-
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Thanks found it
Brad Reed
Brad Reed 4 meses atrás
Best quote about this type of stuff I’ve ever seen. “If you can’t find the motivation, go for consistency. The motivation will come from it.” And also “if you can’t bring yourself to do your 30min workout, do 15. That way your consistent and still did *something* rather than nothing
KalpolProductions 12 dias atrás
Best quote ive seen a person make up on the comment section
Sallahudin Mês atrás
@Insert Name If you can’t bring yourself to do 5 minutes do 3. If not 3, 1. If none at all, don’t be to hard on yourself, and try to be more consistent next time.
Hannah Latham
Hannah Latham 3 meses atrás
@Manjushri same here. The month I did every day medication was the month I had the lowest stress and anxiety. And with my anxiety getting worse, your comment might encourage me to try it again!
Insert Name
Insert Name 3 meses atrás
What if I can't bring myself to do 5 mins and stop after doing so for a few days?
BlackBriarMead 3 meses atrás
I found that out the hard way. Ive always went up and down in weight, as a child I was very chubby at some times and very skinny at other times. As a junior in college, the reality is that stress will always interfere with any of my weight loss efforts, and I've unfortunately at my "set point" weight again despite a few years of trying to diet, succeeding by dropping 30-35 pounds, then relapsing because of stress. At this point I'm just proud at how I eat more salads, vegetables, and healthy foods than before, and I'm trying to deal with stress more efficiently. I'm still hopeful that I will be able to make enough small, long-term changes to make weight loss sustainable at some point this semester. And if I do, I won't tell anyone because I've found that when you tell people your plans for weight loss it's kind of like telling but not doing
Land of Nagas
Land of Nagas Mês atrás
I was 80KG and that video of mrwhosetheboss inspired me and in 6 Months I lose.. 6 Months!
The ultimate joy of Gaming 💎
LMFAO, good one mah g
Emma Johnson
Emma Johnson 17 dias atrás
Underrated joke 😂
Cubeta Malvada
Cubeta Malvada Mês atrás
Lifting weights, my second biggest motivation to hit the gym just behind those 25 minutes of running/walking on the threadmill. In 6 months I went from doing 4 sessions of 15 reps with 2.5 Kilos weights, to doing those same sessions with 10 Kilos weights, on bench press, I went from only lifting the metal bar which is around 20 Kilos if my memory doesn't fail me, to lifting the bar with 5 Kilos discs on each side.
Spaghetti Nachos
Spaghetti Nachos 4 meses atrás
I dropped about 83 lbs in the past year and a half. Let me tell ya, the hardest part wasn't working out. It wasn't dealing with burn out. It was the mental side. It was learning to control my cravings, especially when I'm stressed. I have been wanting to indulge on things like fried chicken, burgers, pancakes, and fried rice. Anything that I used to eat too much of when I was nearly 300lbs. I got to a point where I had a really unhealthy relationship with food. I would look at the nutrition facts and see 150 calories, and go "Aw man, I cant have this its too many". Not fun. I just dont snack often anymore, but I wont be too hard on myself if I did. It's still hard, and I still have a few lbs left to lose to reach my goal. Still, I really want some fried chicken and fried rice lol.
Wed asi
Wed asi 26 dias atrás
God yes this is exactly what I’m going through, I go to the gym everyday at 6am and finish at 9am, I workout and do my best, but I can’t control my cravings that good, every time I stop myself from indulging in something, I can’t do it the next day and it’s really hard, harder than what people think
Joshua Sanders
Joshua Sanders Mês atrás
My problem is bored eating
Asha Mês atrás
CamoEye Mês atrás
That takes the cake! If yk what i mean 😉
CamoEye Mês atrás
Kiekeyz Mês atrás
Bros journey was inspirational though. top job.
LunaSquib Mês atrás
I love like these healthy tips Im underweight myself and I drink loads of water My sleep schedule is horrendous and my caffeine is 0mg i dont drink coffee and only sometimes Colq
Sekkira Mês atrás
What would you say about caffeine when it comes to the way you take it? What's different about Redbull compared to coffee for example?
Joche 21 dia atrás
the amount
Alex Leventis
Alex Leventis 4 meses atrás
My ENT Surgeon always said: "Perfection is the enemy of brilliance". When I questioned him on this, he told me that the outcome of a surgery can be brilliant without being perfect. Striving for perfection increases risk and will always find diminishing returns. I've since applied this same mindset to most of my daily life.
thatdesiguy 3 meses atrás
I punctured his lungs but at least I got into the body! :) (I know ENT is for head and neck and this is satire)
Sarah Renae Clark
Sarah Renae Clark 4 meses atrás
This was super relatable! I’m totally guilty of ignoring the “drink water” notifications on my phone. Having a drink available at all times is definitely the key. Partly because my hands like to fidget- so I keep grabbing it and sipping all day. If the water isn’t there, I don’t notice I haven’t had a drink until I’m extremely thirsty.
Narra Beckett
Narra Beckett 4 meses atrás
It’s important to always have around. I just watched your recent video
Money Mark
Money Mark 4 meses atrás
@Cheryl-Lynn Mehring 1kg=2.2 pounds
Cheryl-Lynn Mehring
Cheryl-Lynn Mehring 4 meses atrás
If anyone is wondering he went from 185.9 lbs to 173.8 lbs. Bc 1 pound is 2.2 kg.
FFeDDexe 4 meses atrás
TripleSevenStars 4 meses atrás
Adenay 3 meses atrás
As I've already commented on previous videos: I LOVE when Dr Mike pauses, tells us like he knows it, and continues the video only to hear exactly what he just said.😌
Kyra Griffin
Kyra Griffin 4 meses atrás
I love how you talked more on the mental health aspect and having a healthy relationship with food. The thing that irritates me about these fad diets is it can cause ED or such an unhealthy relationship with food. There is a healthy way of exercising and eating and I wish I was more educated when I began my journey I’ve struggle with anorexia for 5 years now and it has completely ruined any sort of physical exercise and relationship with food.
Sic_ca_rax 3 meses atrás
In terms of sleep I agree that it isn't always clear cut. When I fixed my sleep routine after getting home to 8pm to 6am, I felt awful, I was awake early and could get stuff done but after several weeks I felt dead. Where as my completely unhealthy 4am to 10am routine leaves me feeling awake and motivated when I need to be.
tybraker27 3 meses atrás
Exactly the reason I quit my job at McDonald's. I worked overnight shift. I started at 4am and ended at noon. After about 9 months I felt totally dead and depressed. Eventually I just broke down and refused to even walk through the door. I'm doing much better after some therapy and a new job.
Gamayun 4 meses atrás
I think it’s really important to note that while MrWhoseTheBoss’s transformation is incredible, it’s under ideal circumstances, so don’t be discouraged if you can’t do it all at once that quickly
Luline 3 meses atrás
@Voraxis I’m gonna be honest though, that’s not the other peoples problem for having these things, it’s you for giving up and making these an excuse
Á.t.g 3 meses atrás
@South Coast Inventors it's his transformation. It's his personal progress he isn't teaching you how to lose weight calling him a phony is just idiotic.
Carrot Wizard
Carrot Wizard 4 meses atrás
@imouse1 And? I worked 7 hours a day with 6 hours of schooling and still got in an hour long workout every day. I never claimed it was easy, But unless you're effectively working 14+ hours a day it's possible, claiming otherwise is just incorrect. It's not like I worked at a library or something either, I worked in a factory.
imouse1 4 meses atrás
@Cheryl-Lynn Mehring So, all of that for 12.1 pounds?
imouse1 4 meses atrás
@_Marou_ Cheap food is famously unhealthy. It's not designed to live off of, it's designed to keep you alive.
kvm 2 meses atrás
This is how reaction videos should be. You added so much more into the video. I actually got a lot of information and got waaay more motivated than watching mr whos the boss' video.
Brent Russell
Brent Russell 4 meses atrás
Hey Mike and Team, I have a suggestion for a video: Could you talk about ways to adapt / adopt healthy habits for people who do shift work? Hopefully, as a doctor, you have some insight for those of us that have to keep the world running safely while the sun is down. Perhaps it would even drill home the benefits of a regular schedule for those that take it for granted. I know, for myself, I changed the way I think about eating during work and managed a slow but consistent improvement in my body weight, blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol. However, it is incredibly challenging to maintain these habits when my schedule rotates, and when half my life is spent "opposite" a lot of the resources I'd like to use.
L L 2 meses atrás
Great video idea!
A Wa
A Wa 3 meses atrás
thats a great video idea! I hope he does it. Shift work is really hard on the body and mind and I hope he has some advices that makes it easier and easier to stick to healthy habits
Musical Prithwi
Musical Prithwi 4 meses atrás
"My job as a doctor is not to give you a transformation in a hundred days, but to help you live a hundred healthy years..." Such wise words....
Michael Antonio
Michael Antonio 4 meses atrás
9:00 I love BOTH of your channels. And how much YOU BOTH had in common, goes to show consistency.
Tayba Rahu
Tayba Rahu Mês atrás
Please I want it soooo much I keep rewatching ur vids and I like these reaction vids too but reacting to Gordon Ramsay or kitchen nightmares will be something new and different
raqeeb ahmed
raqeeb ahmed 3 meses atrás
the smile he had when he basically proved his point with the water bottle stuff was so wholesome
Melissa Sanders
Melissa Sanders 2 meses atrás
Over the past 7-8 years I have done a drastic 180 from "fat people are terrible, lazy slobs" (my dad's opinion even tho he was morbidly obese 🙄) to "the goal (except in extreme circumstances where u about gonna die in a month if you don't lose weight) should be health" and even though I have never been overweight, I have always had extreme anxiety around my body and weight. The mindset of just working for HEALTH and not a specific weight or body type has been an ongoing journey but one that has not only made me happier with my body, but has made me 100% more empathetic to other people's struggles. I smoke cigarettes and use opiates still and much of the reason I started using them at 16 was to replace food with drugs. Instead of eating, I'd take Adderall. Instead of eating, I'd smoke a cigarette or drink coffee. There are always gonna be extremists but as a whole, promoting health (true health) at every size instead of shaming people is a much more productive way to solve health problems.
Larry Jona
Larry Jona 2 meses atrás
Hello Melissa 👋 how are you feeling today hope you're having a wonderful day
Josiah Riddington
Josiah Riddington 4 meses atrás
Not even joking, that humidifier advice is spot on. I had throat splitting and infections all the time, in my sinuses as well. Got the humidifier because my skin kept on cracking (especially being in a city where it's winter 6 months of the year). Turns out it actually helped my throat when I slept and I can't even remember the last time I had those issues.
Masha 3 meses atrás
Will it work the same with dust mite allergies?
AnubhavForAll 4 meses atrás
This was an interesting reaction video by MIKE, considering that I am a subscriber to both o'them. Also the advice he gave in, my respect for him has increased a lot ❤️❤️🤝
Kevin H
Kevin H 4 meses atrás
I can vouch for the injury thing. I was doing really well and then lifted too heavy on deadlifts. Messed up my SI joint and haven't been able to run or work out properly for the past 5 years.
Joe Anayo
Joe Anayo 4 meses atrás
This might sound weird but I’ve always wondered this, what does it mean if caffeine makes me more sleepy than without? I don’t normally take any sort of caffeine(tea,coffee,energy drinks) but I’ve tried an energy drink before and recently has coffee for the first time but both resulted in me feeling more tired and want to sleep after drinking it.
Sy A
Sy A 4 meses atrás
Wow Dr Mike is slowly branching out to the bigger influencers now. He’s come very far 👏
Forrest Cleveland
Forrest Cleveland 4 meses atrás
Your best video yet Doctor Mike!! The best long term advice I’ve heard on BRvid and honestly in general. I wish all doctors saw health and wellness like you do! Thanks for the great content♥️
Carl Mês atrás
He likely missed a '0' on the caffeine. Four cups of 'caffeinated tea' contains far more than 44mg of caffeine, a single cup of coffee contains 2-4 times as much. Depending on the tea, 40mg is equivalent to 50-200ml (~1.5-6 oz) of tea.
Brooke Morrow
Brooke Morrow 4 meses atrás
I keep trying to lose weight but I can't seem to find a starting point watching videos with the help of Dr Mike's guidance really helps with my journey and tracking so big thanks to Dr Mike
Kuolema 4 meses atrás
Start today !
Lara’s Flying Adventures
I love Arun! I’ve been a subscriber since before he hit a million and although I don’t take tech advice (I’m Apple til I die kinda person)! I really enjoy his content. I’m loving seeing his channel go from strength to strength.
Just Some Guy without a Mustache
Wow, Mrwhosetheboss went through one hell of a transformation. All the major props to him.
Mystic Cat
Mystic Cat 3 meses atrás
How are you here and where are you now??
enkvadrat 3 meses atrás
@Nemesis from Resident Evil It’s not a bot
FnD Ch
FnD Ch 3 meses atrás
@Nemesis from Resident Evil No he wasn't dude
Breme 3 meses atrás
stop chasing me, man
Ashutosh Sahoo
Ashutosh Sahoo 3 meses atrás
Anime guy
Never There
Never There 4 meses atrás
I’ve been through a similar journey these past 9 months. After my blood tests from an ER visit came back pretty poor I started taking my health seriously again. I’ve gotten back into my exercise routine regularly. Cut back my caloric intake to about 1500-1700cal per day. I cut out trans fats and virtually all processed foods except for my cheat snacks and meals. My sleep has improved. Mental health has improved. My mental clarity has returned. I enjoy eating the amount I do now without needing to overeat or only eat unhealthy foods. It’s actually easy for me to avoid processed food completely now because the majority of it upsets my stomach recently. My self confidence has returned, I don’t feel sluggish of cloudy anymore. I went from 235lbs to 160lbs and I feel better than ever!
Siddusai Karri
Siddusai Karri Mês atrás
This doctor looks so much like Ben stone from Manifest, Netflix
Cassandra 11 horas atrás
It is sooooo deeply satisfying listening to you talk about all of these things so clearly and comprehensively, with honesty and integrity and well-roundedness... And how you address fads and things that can really trick people into spending so much money on something that may not work or help them be healthier at all. It's clear you have done your research and have pure motives and that's really, really refreshing, in a world full of information, misinformation, people with influence but ulterior motives, people who instruct but haven't thoroughly tested or proven that information and those techniques or whatever they are saying. I just want to say thanks, especially for teaching us so much in every single video (that I've seen thus far). I have learned so much from you because you make it so easy! And you're super, duper adorable! Oh I just wanted to add that the emphasis you put on getting a good night's sleep really helped me make that a priority. When I was younger I could pull all nighters and not feel it the next day and even go for a run. Now I'm 30, a single mom and I've been recovering from PTSD, and sleep is critical... I started to sleep better once I stopped doing anything in my bed except sleep and wouldn't allow myself to try to unwind on my tablet in bed until I pass out (because I had severe, debilitating anxiety, but it's gotten much better). I finally figured out a night time routine for my son that works and we actually succeed at doing, and I have figured out what works for me and what doesn't (doing exercise in the evening during my alone time makes me really awake). I've started sleeping better! And I feel so much better during the day! And the one day this week I had struggled to fall asleep and only slept 5 hours, I felt so miserable, depressed and anxious and easily overwhelmed and overstimulated. I see the correlation now! Thank you again!
Sanna Larsson
Sanna Larsson 4 meses atrás
Thank you for the wonderful videos that you make for all of us to watch. I was wondering about an issue I have been suffering for over a year with. The front of my left shoulder (as I understand the area of the bursa) is in more or less constant pain. Certain movements will create anything from light pain to very sharp and instant pain that eventually goes down. But I'm never pain free and have a limited amount of movement. I tried to not provoke it, didn't work. Tried light exercise, still pain. I know it is impossible to say for certain what it could be. But any advice for me would be amazing, since I literally can't afford a visit to any doctor. Also, as a child (around 20 or so years ago) I did fall of a horse and landed with all my weight on that shoulder hurting the tendon pretty bad, at that time I couldn't do anything with the arm (couldn't keep a sandwich in place on the table as I tried to put butter on it, at that moment my mom realized that I perhaps needed to see a doctor after all, lol). Thank you in advance, have a great day!
JanbluTheDerg 4 meses atrás
I relate to the water thing. I know myself, I know my behaviours, so I really know that notifications would not work. But recently, due to being at home where I can top-up water, I've been able to just keep a bottle with me and keep drinking from it regularly. Probably the most hydrated I've ever been.
osheridan 3 meses atrás
Nez 4 meses atrás
Hey Dr.Mike thank you and love you for always sharing happy and healthy tips! As one who've recently been doing more desk work I have been considering of getting a high desk and make it a habbit to work while standing too. But I've been told that standing still for long hours isn't good for the knees. Do you have any advise on that?
connor cook
connor cook 3 meses atrás
Dang, you're good. I love the explanations here! Almost wish I had become a doctor haha
Anand Jha
Anand Jha 4 meses atrás
Thank you, Doctor Mike. Your videos are always informative
SilverStreak 4 meses atrás
"Almost like we know what we talk about in healthcare." Doc, I really wish people would believe this more, I'm in the same field and the outright general mistrust is almost a heartbreaker.
Electrodexify 3 meses atrás
The pharma and medical complex s main goal is to create profits not heal. Any side effects that torn into diseases are a bonus feature for the medical cartel.
george crumb
george crumb 3 meses atrás
Maybe there wouldn't be so much mistrust if you didn't have top medical journals like The Lancet and Nature making blatantly anti-scientific, anti-evolutionary statements like "we acknowledge that (biological) sex can be changed."
Mad Madam Meag
Mad Madam Meag 4 meses atrás
I try to assume that doctors know what they're talking about, but after having been told for years that you're fine only to find out you have cancer because they finally found a nodule makes you a bit leery. This wasn't a fast growing cancer btw. Papilary thyroid cancer is one of the slowest growing cancers there is and by the time they found it I was almost to stage two at 18. It had started to spread to my lung. My mother had been begging the doctor to check my thyroid for years because thyroid issues run in our family and when I was a kid I had a lot of the symptoms of hyperthyroidism, then when I hit puberty it switched and suddenly I had hypothyroid symptoms. By the time I was 17 I was starting to experience blackouts and having random dizzy spells. By that point they'd found a nodule on my thyroid but still wouldn't test my levels. They just did biopsies that kept missing the cancer and came back clean. It wasn't until I was 18 and just about to graduate high school that a tech read an ultrasound wrong and said that the nodule had gotten bigger when it hadn't that they finally decided to take out half my thyroid and found out it was riddled with cancer, then went back in while I was still under and took out the rest. That wasn't the end of the journy, I had a second surgery and RAI to go through after all that, but I now don't fully trust doctors to know when something is wrong until they've proven to me that they can listen and trust a patient's intuition as well. Most people who don't trust doctors that I've met have had similar experiences. They know something is wrong, but the doctors just won't listen.
SilverStreak 4 meses atrás
@Green Strawberry Gaming What country are you residing in?
Green Strawberry Gaming
i used to have a constant stomach ache (5 years without stopping) all doctors said i was fine and described some obscure medicine (went to above 20 different doctos) but some doctor found out what it was and fixed me up. Now im suffering some kind of disease on top of my hands (1 year now) they say they know what it is yet the things they describe me don't help a single bit. So i do not trust the doctors where i am, what i think they are is just money hungry.
Pink Alligator
Pink Alligator 4 meses atrás
Just the thought of meditation reminds me of something I related hard with that a comedian said about leaving the house without headphones "All this time I thought I just really loved music, turns out I just hate my brain" Running away from my mind is how I avoid stress and if only stress was the worst of it
The Youtube Detective
The Youtube Detective 4 meses atrás
Dr Mike you always entertained us an taught us at the same time thank you
Finley_H 4 meses atrás
These videos are so important. I hope you know how appreciated these videos are Dr Mike:)
Jacob Cook
Jacob Cook 4 meses atrás
I must say I started planking with 2 minute planks and now I can easily do 4, and I think it has helped me with posture and a bunch of other things so I'm glad other people are doing it!
Voltationmark 2 meses atrás
Amazing video, so much of the information was well explained and as far as I know sounded very correct based on both my and my friends experiences.
Tyler Grant
Tyler Grant 4 meses atrás
I can vouch that just carrying water around with you is a game changer. I started drinking so much more water. I’m still not drinking what I’ve heard is the recommended amount. I drink about 32 oz a day not including meals, but that’s still a lot more than I was before.
Jennifer 4 meses atrás
as someone who had previous injurie(s), I can def. vouch for the fact that muscles do get weaker from inactivity. what happened to me was messed up and it doesnt help when I already have osteoarthritis but now im feeling the deterioration from basically putting myself on bedrest the majority of the time of my recovery ( which was a year and a half ) its not fun navigating through it all lol for those of us with injuries and specifically weakened muscles, it would be nice if we could get a video/true discussion/lesson about it in depth and specific exercises we could do that aren't too harsh on our bodies but work effectively to get back on track? also, dietary advice? a simple Google search will give me answers but I really like your take on the discussions you bring up on your channel. thanks if you ever do!
The Fourth Dλmensional Gaming
alright, i get that moisture tends to be a solution for most people with allergy issues, but ive found that moisture only triggers my allergies more. walking into the freezer at work and taking a deep breath opens my sinuses wide, and my allergies always go off when it rains or when i take a shower.
Captain Delta Editz
Captain Delta Editz 4 meses atrás
Two of my favorite content creators ...let's go Dr mike reaction to it quite entertaining but as always informative
Emily Auld
Emily Auld 4 meses atrás
I saw his video the day it came out and loved it, I was so happy for him, and it made me think I could do it too, now with your advice on top, it really feels achievable.
Makeup With Diabetes Louisiana
I love the health safety tips 😊
flutterbyby 4 meses atrás
Thanks for the tip about the sleep app! I thought it was just me finding it unhelpful & even stressful telling me I had bad sleep.
Keerthana S
Keerthana S 4 meses atrás
I can't- my most respected doctor reacts to my most respected tech reviewer AND I COULDN'T BE MORE HAPPY ABT IT 😭 thanks for the likes guys :')
Anuraag Baggu
Anuraag Baggu 3 meses atrás
Keerthana S
Keerthana S 4 meses atrás
@M K thy reaction describes mine
M K 4 meses atrás
I am shookethh
Utter Mogger
Utter Mogger 4 meses atrás
Nigga you dont have another doctor you know
Keerthana S
Keerthana S 4 meses atrás
@Mahd Jalal OMG 😭 YOU'RE LUCKY
True Rchitect
True Rchitect 4 meses atrás
anyone else notice at 5:23 when mike and mr whose the boss did the same hand gesture? 😄
Areld Cookie55™
Areld Cookie55™ 4 meses atrás
Doctor Mike is a Legend 😂
Nathan Pyatt
Nathan Pyatt 4 meses atrás
Hey doctor mike, quick question. I have been wondering about this ever since I looked up how much damage soda can cause. I wanted to know how much soda you would have to actually drink for pancreatic cancer or bad kidneys or even type 2 diabetes. I drink soda like everyday or almost everyday and I’m 17. I know it’s a bit of a goofy question but who knows what can happen 😂. Thank you !!
Fluffy Bunny
Fluffy Bunny 4 meses atrás
I can preach on the injury thing! Mine didnt come from weight lifting but outside factors. It caused me to have to stop my gym routine and really sucked! I can see how far back it pushes me when i return to the gym to get back into routine. It’s very easy to fall into wanting to give up when so many things go wrong,but, just gotta keep going! I know that my medical steps back would be so much worse if i hadn’t had been working out. It keeps me from losing the all important strength. I made the investment on a personal trainer who can help me with form etc
Sentry Edits
Sentry Edits 4 meses atrás
9:16 can we appreciate how good mike is at what he is doing and also how honest mrwhosetheboss is with his viewers.... 💯🖤
AndyC 4 meses atrás
Who's the boss is good
SharkShocker 3 meses atrás
The hydration thing is one I relate with a lot. It's not just enough to have water on my desk. It's very common that, even though there's water constantly in view, I might not have a single sip. So after 9 hours I have the realization "Huh... I haven't had any water today. That's why I'm thirsty." I've gotten into the unhealthy habit of just binge drinking water at the end of the day, because despite it being RIGHT THERE I never drink any of it. It's only when I stop focusing on a task that my brain finally realizes I'm hungry, thirsty, or what have you.
Miles TheFrogGuy
Miles TheFrogGuy 4 meses atrás
Hey doctor Mike I love your videos they make me so happy keep it up king!
D S 4 meses atrás
I started working out again about 2 and a half months ago, but the actual catalyst that caused me to have the desire to be healthy started with simple stretching. I didn't realize I was in pain until I started moving muscles I hadn't moved in a year of desk work. Once the pain went away, I actually enjoyed walking at the park and in my neighborhood. I decided to lose weight and be regimented about it, and am forcing myself to eat a mix of 85% healthy food with something not generally healthy. There's no guilt in it and I crave sugar and fat food way less than before. Great video Dr. Mike. Love your stuff.
AndyC 4 meses atrás
Can we APPRECIATE how honest Mr who's the boss is
Angelica Ratliff
Angelica Ratliff 4 meses atrás
Waking up early on a Sunday to watch Dr. Mike's new video 💖 "My job as a Doctor is not to give you the best transformation in a hundred days but to help you live a hundred healthy years" You can tell Dr. Mike really cares about his patients. Kudos to him 👏🏼
Electrodexify 3 meses atrás
Their jobs as doctors are not to increase your life but to keep you alive just enough to extract enough profit from you and make the pharma cartel profits. Their jobs are not to heal but to prescribe synthetic toxic drugs that will cause other unbalances.
Nawras77 4 meses atrás
okay fangirl...
W 4 meses atrás
Omg!!!!so TRUE😀😀😀
Jeswin Samson
Jeswin Samson 4 meses atrás
@Archana Yadav haha💯
gw2156 4 meses atrás
It’s 3:00 here for me
Camryn McGarry
Camryn McGarry 4 meses atrás
I've never tried a humidifier before to help with my allergies... I'll have to try that!! I've had chronic seasonal allergies to anything with a leaf, and dust ever since I was pretty little... and living in Maine doesn't help with my allergies at all either.
artKarolina 4 meses atrás
Dude some fitness coach would charge like $300 to give the facts you drop in this video lol great info.
Neily on Nutrition
Neily on Nutrition 4 meses atrás
Excellent video as usual Dr Mike 😊 But re the transformation it’s always about consistency and keeping the change going.
tphotos 4 meses atrás
Earlier this year I was exercising every day, I woke up at 5am and did a work out, in an attempt to manage my mental and physical health - it worked for me and I was thrilled with my progress. I did this nearly everyday for ALMOST a whole year. One week short of the 1 year mark, I got covid and became very ill. Didn't eat for two of those days, another four days of picking at fruit and dry/fatty snacks, and didn't really recover. For about 6 weeks after I was severely fatigued, lost a lot of muscle and also fat, no appetite, I did one workout (didn't even complete it) in this time and the fatigue hit me very hard that night (I went home early from work, sat on the bed, didn't have the energy to chew, so I didn't eat. didn't even shower, slept for 12 hours). I did a few walks to build up to this but I would start coughing and felt really weak in a way I now know was fatigue. It's now been 9 weeks and the fog is clearing a bit. I've been trying to just stretch and move a little more, eat whole meals and get sun (to little effect, thanks a lot la niña) did a workout three days ago and my muscles were so sore after, I was more tired, but I didn't have that real fatigue where you lay on the floor and cry so I'm counting my lucky stars that I'll be coming out of it. Anyone got long covid tips let me know.... Rant: For the record I'm 21. The morning I got sick I did an amazing workout, and remember checking out my abs and deciding to wear a crop top just because I felt good. Got into bed and felt that little covid itch and just knew. I had no reason to believe I would get so sick - I couldn't move at one point, I fainted when I did try to stand (considered an ambulance but I literally couldn't speak), my fever made the air throb around me and I could hear myself wheezing. I got it six months earlier and was basically asymptomatic, entirely different story second time around.
Evelyn Neufeld
Evelyn Neufeld 3 meses atrás
Sending healing prayers ❤️
murmy 4 meses atrás
this was a super helpful video for me and my “all or nothing” feelings about health.
Anjoy 4 meses atrás
I really liked this video. I’ve been on a weight loss/health journey since 2019, and ultimately the key is to be patient with yourself. The end goal may be straightforward, but the path isn’t. You will have setbacks, trial and error periods, periods of not working out or eating right, and periods where you get frustrated because it seems like you haven’t made progress. I thought I would be at my ideal shape in a year, and was still flabby in some areas. It was kinda discouraging but I didn’t throw in the towel. Weight loss is a marathon, not a sprint. Just keep going, keep making adjustments, and stay focused. Don’t worry about the number on the scale because you can be healthy, and have a higher than expected number on the scale, especially if you lift weights. I’m 20 pounds heavier and 2 sizes bigger than I was when I started, but I look and feel better from the diet changes, sleep quality improvement, and reducing stressors in my environment. Exercise is a good way to boost your self esteem, energy levels, and help with losing weight, but what you put into your body is more important. I tell myself it’s okay to have something less than healthy occasionally, and that has helped me keep going. I cook for myself way more often now, and it feels good to prepare meals tailored to your needs. I’m down to the last few pounds of excess weight, and the key is to stay on the healthy lifestyle road after getting to your ideal body. Yo-yo dieting and crashing after all that hard work will be disastrous. This video is added incentive for me to keep my eyes on the prize.
Maddelutten 4 meses atrás
I fell into this whole sleep app debacle a couple of years ago. Thought it would be helpful but within 30 days it had triggered me so badly that I slept the worst I had every experienced. Deleting was a simple exit
Hiboyboy123 2 dias atrás
I have been in XC and track for 5, almost 6 yrs, and the thing I cannot stress more is that you need to be sure to steady your breathing. What most of us do when we can't breath is to lift our arms above our head. Also while being in school still, try to find a good sleep, and keep to a near rock hard sleep schedule. It'll help with both activity and alertiveness. If you ever decide to join an endurance sport, make sure to not eat directly before exercise. If you ever go to a race, eat carbs. Carb-load to the point that you are eating a little more than when you are full. The next day, grab a small snack. Don't go for carbs on race day. Thank me later. You'll see why when you see the vomit on the side during the race.
Lena Tennant
Lena Tennant 4 meses atrás
I like videos like this that have new facts about staying healthy! Can you do a video about simple exercises to stay healthy?
RoseOfTheNight4444 4 meses atrás
I never drank enough water as is - even when I had it on hand - so having a timer literally has kept hydrated me for years now. Finding the right cycle has been hard for me but I've trained my body to drink when I hear the timer. Sometimes I drink a little bit before the timer and when I get distracted, I restart the timer and forget to drink on rare occasions but I am always feeling a constant sensation of dryness so this timer has helped that (somewhat, only because I think some other issue is going on with that). If you NEED a timer, if you're ADHD like me and cannot track your water intake, I personally recommend it. But, like, if you're drinking too much, too fast, too frequently for your body, check with your doctor 🙃 I started at every forty minutes and I thought my constant urination problem was due to that but I still urinate frequently even at two hours. Definitely DON'T ignore when your body craves water but don't overdo it, either. Edit: Ugh, I definitely have to see a specialist because NO amount of water I drink makes me full. None. And despite being diagnosed with delayed stomach emptying, I'm CONSTANTLY hungry; especially after bathroom trips (that wasn't a thing until I had a two week long period of cyclic vomiting and was eating nothing but burgers after I recovered because meat was the only thing that kept me full for HOURS)...
Hybrid Therapy
Hybrid Therapy 4 meses atrás
I've grown up with that "feet tapping" for however long i can remember. A habit I've tried to break on and off for many years because people around me found it distracting(Which i didn't mind). But alas the feet tapping always comes back no matter how hard i tried but to recently learn that its probably one of the reasons why im able to maintain my weight has made me grateful that trait never left me. 🦵
W. Carey
W. Carey 2 meses atrás
Hello Dr. Mike; It would be very helpful if you did particularly more review videos on health products, like the balancing board, or the Gaiam balancing disc for chairs. In short, items that are supposed to support better health. A review of a product coming from a physician such as yourself, who is not afraid to give his honest opinion and learned view, would help us feel better that the items does in fact either promote better health, or doesn't. I do like the way you break down items during your decision. For example, why we get headache when quitting caffeine, or why you can't just jump into heavy exercise after a sedentary lifestyle will help us not feel defeated and learn that these are temporary issues, or things to watch out for. And You stay happy and healthy!
GGori 99
GGori 99 4 meses atrás
Its crazy to think that we also thought of the same thing !! Meditation is about being present.. and crazier yet.. i can feel more about myself being present when running..
Redwan Ahmed
Redwan Ahmed 4 meses atrás
Doc Mike I have a question for you One day i went to the doctor for a check up and he told me i am well and have nothing to worry about than i asked him that "Doctor is breathing through your mouth healthy or nose healthy" he said "breathing from anywhere is healthy" but I know that only breathing from your nose when there is no problem with our nose is better but why did he tell me to breathe from anywhere? can you please confirm
Nii P
Nii P 4 meses atrás
What's most mind-boggling to me is that people actually do need water intake reminders. For me, if I don't get a full 1lt the first 3 hours I am awake, I will develop "dehydration headaches" that will not go away and they last all day no matter how much water I drink after that. I'm always shocked when people put up "water intake" as a challenge; and yet I live in a family of 6 that is comprised of 2 super suckers (my mom calls herself and me that), two normal ones (both my brothers), and two of those who do, indeed, need the reminders (my dad and my sister).
Josdin Madriz
Josdin Madriz 4 meses atrás
Excellent review, and details of what to do not to do.... @mrwhosetheboss is now a fitness man!
Katherine 4 meses atrás
MrWhoseTheBoss is amazing and I loved this react! I really hope they will do a video together at some point!
Jeswin Samson
Jeswin Samson 4 meses atrás
Cheryl-Lynn Mehring
Cheryl-Lynn Mehring 4 meses atrás
If anyone is wondering he went from 185.9 lbs to 173.8 lbs. Bc 1 pound is 2.2 kg.
Nemesis from Resident Evil
You and these stolen comments are really getting on my nerves
ishaal imtiaz
ishaal imtiaz 4 meses atrás
This would be awesome! Man i'd love to see it
Nietabs 4 meses atrás
I agree
B A H 4 meses atrás
Hey Dr. Mike, would you be able to do a video about what avenues you can take if you want to get into shape/get physically healthier, but that first hurdle isn't motivation or the other usual suspects. Instead, your body is just so tense/tight that even stretching doesn't seem to help and sometimes stretching feels like it might be making things worse. Thanks!
sundar yeahh !
sundar yeahh ! 4 meses atrás
Hi Dr Mike! I have a question I've been meaning to ask you for quite some time. Do apples help to keep you awake compared to caffeine? Thanks!
Faith Crisis
Faith Crisis 4 meses atrás
I've been treating my weightloss journey the same way I trained my dog, tons of positive reinforcement and healthy mental rewards for goals that are met! If I accomplish a really hard workout, I get to relax and enjoy a movie I've been waiting to watch. If I backslide, I just take note of it, reevaluate my habits and approach, and get excited for my new plan. I never beat myself up, because I know this is a long haul, not a sprint. I've already lost 20 lbs in 3 months with this approach and I feel amazing!
HyperSlash70 Mês atrás
Btw it’s mental health 🤫
Dāvs Mês atrás
Not only a doctor, but a prophet as well? Nice.
The Phantom Coder
The Phantom Coder 3 meses atrás
Can relate to the tuning out thing. My watch has this thing where it reminds me to move every few hours, even if I'm working out, and it's so annoying that I just ignore it most of the time. Sometimes I miss other notifications like reaching my steps goal or low battery
Dereak Columbus
Dereak Columbus 4 meses atrás
Loved this. Another win for Dr. Mike and team. I feel highly educated and like I'm ont the right track. Thanks for sharing, Dr. Mike
guest 3 meses atrás
I watched original video before watching this and I had a feeling it's mostly accurate and healthy way. Not the tpe of influencer bs. Good to see medical professional agreeing with most of the points. Yeah, but let's be honest air filter was just a product placement for Philips 😂
Fanatic 4 meses atrás
My Favourite Doctor reacting to my favourite BRvid absolute bagger
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Bros favorite BRvidr is mrwhosetheboss who raised this kid
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TTK Jacob
TTK Jacob 4 meses atrás
I love how when Dr. Mike talks about water and water reminders it reminded me that I needed to drink water.
Kelly B
Kelly B 4 meses atrás
Dr. Mike talking about pushing yourself too hard and being at risk for injury has me super worried because that's exactly what happened to me, the part that actually freaks me out is that I can't work right now because of my injury and if I lose muscle in smaller areas it could really impact my job when I'm able to go back
It's Just Logic
It's Just Logic 3 meses atrás
2:48 ive totally felt that feeling before, ive haven't ran at all before and i pushed my self so hard my hips were weak and limping after that session, although during it I felt nothing, just the after effect
A Theorists Point of View
I've gone cold turkey on around 600mg of caffeine daily repeatedly every 2 or 3 months and at this point I don't feel any withdrawal from it, not sure what the medical reasons for this are but I'm assuming it has something to do with your body getting used to it
quiverclub Mês atrás
Watching this going to sleep
Elias Chew
Elias Chew 3 meses atrás
Yeah I relate with the water bottle one so much. Plus me watching Arun's video once before, and watching what Dr. Mike said I was like, wait till he reveals what happens later. Shows how much experience Dr. Mike has
Oglesby Finlay
Oglesby Finlay 4 meses atrás
I think the thing that bothers me about these types of transformations is , like you said, they’re about hitting a goal rather than creating a healthy lifestyle. Doing these types of transformations is also a full time job and requires a lot of time to be able to do them. I work a full time job that doesnt pay great and a mortgage to pay, so i cant always afford great food, i have a family which takes up a lot of time because obvs their needs come first, and i have a few health conditions that prevent me from doing high-intensity exercise, and food allergies that limit my diet. The only thing i have going for me is my job keeps me on my feet and i have to lift stuff, so i keep fairly active. But it really is a privilege to be able to do a transformation like this, and no one should feel bad or make drastic changes like quitting your job to do them. Focusing on doing what you can when you can is the key, and not beating yourself up for the times you have to just grab a quick burrito just to make it through the day
Wordlers Mês atrás
I like how he's a doctor but he's teaching us how to stay away from the doctor
Sugi Vernyik
Sugi Vernyik 4 meses atrás
This is useful! I'm currently working on changing my lifestyle, such as sleeping more / earlier, get off phone, eat more healthy... etc. This definitely helps, thanks Doctor Mike!
Jessica S
Jessica S 4 meses atrás
@First Last yup in moderation
Jessica S
Jessica S 4 meses atrás
@Sugi Vernyik yes my FOMO has reduced significantly
Sugi Vernyik
Sugi Vernyik 4 meses atrás
@Jessica S That sounds like an excellent idea! Also, there is a way to fully turn off the notifications on your phone (or at least from the apps you don't want to recieve anything). That helps reducing your screen time as well. It's bad if you have FOMO, but after some time it gets better and you get to enjoy the world around you.
Jessica S
Jessica S 4 meses atrás
About 2 months ago I reduced the amount of notifications I get on my phone. Twitter was the app that was making my phone always light up. Also having your phone do that all the time weakens the battery overtime. I also cleaned up my youtube sub list I was subbed to close to 400 channels I am down to 200. The 200 are channels that I watch most often the other 200 was people that didn't uploaded in like 5 years etc. Since doing that I am way less driven to check my phone. And I actually feel better. Felt a little bit of withdrawal for the first 48 hours or so then it went away.
Nadir 4 meses atrás
You're the best and keep on doing more videos about medicine! Love from Florida 🫶
Nixon On Fire
Nixon On Fire 4 meses atrás
I think it’s really important to note that while @ MrWhoseTheBoss’s transformation is incredible
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