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Huberman Lab Podcasts

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In this page you can watch my choice of podcasts episodes , made by Andrew Huberman, a professor of Neurobiology and Ophthalmology with a lot of great information on science and science-based practical tools.

How Your Nervous System Works & Changes | Huberman Lab Podcast #1

An introduction to how the nervous system works to create sensations, perceptions, emotions, thoughts and behaviors, as well as how we can change our nervous system— a phenomenon known as neuroplasticity.

Understanding and Using Dreams to Learn and to Forget | Huberman Lab Podcast #5

“This episode is all about the two major kinds of dreams and the sorts of learning and unlearning they are used for. I discuss REM-associated dreams that control emotional learning and their similarity to various trauma treatments such as ketamine and EMDR. I also discuss Non-REM dreams and their role in motor learning and learning of detailed, non-emotionally-laden information.”

Using Failures, Movement & Balance to Learn Faster | Huberman Lab Podcast #7

“In this episode I discuss how we can use specific types of behavior to change our brain, both for sake of learning the movements themselves and for allowing us to learn non-movement based information as well.”

Tools for Managing Stress & Anxiety | Huberman Lab Podcast #10

“This episode explains what stress is, and how it recruits our brain and body to react in specific ways. I describe the three main types of stress, and how two of them actually enhance the function of our immune system making us less vulnerable to infections.”

How Foods and Nutrients Control Our Moods | Huberman Lab Podcast #11

“This episode explains the brain-body connections that allow the specific foods we eat to control our moods and motivation. I discuss the vagus nerve and its role in dopamine and serotonin release in the brain. I review Omega-3 fatty acids and the key role of the gut microbiome in supporting (or hindering) our mental and emotional states”.

Huberman Lab Podcasts

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