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The Amelia Project
The Alvina Archives 1 - The Maltese Falcon

The Amelia Project

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 12:37


This is the first minisode of the Patreon bonus series "The Alvina Archives." The full series (with new instalments every two weeks) is available by joining our Patreon. More info here! The Maltese Falcon features Julia C. Thorne and Alan Burgon, written by Philip Thorne with music by Fredrik Baden Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Succotash, The Comedy Soundcast Soundcast
Succotash Epi281: Servin' Up Fresh Leftovers

Succotash, The Comedy Soundcast Soundcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 28:25


Your happy-go-lucky every-other-weekly host Tyson Saner is enjoying a well-earned week off to do some family traveling this week, so it's me, Marc Hershon, back again this week, this time Epi281 of Succotash. The Comedy Soundcast Soundcast, hoping that you had a grateful Thanksgiving if you're in the United States. For anywhere else in the world, did you have a nice Thursday? For last week's Episode 280, I had a convivial sit-down with Dana Gould, a great conversation with the shittiest sound quality I have ever had the misfortune to foist upon our Succotash audience since Epi109 and my chat with guest Greg Proops. I believe, decibel for decibel, this one was worse, so apologies again. We'll have Dana back again and I promise it will be under quieter circumstances. If you want to cringe your way through it, though, it is available through all the usual distribution points, like Apple and Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, I Heart Radio, Audible, Amazon Music, Soundcloud or even out homesite, at SuccotashShow.com. This week, in an episode I'm calling “Servin' Up Fresh Leftovers”, I have a quartet of clips from four shows I don't believe we have ever featured during the 10+ years of this show. They are B3F, Carefully Reckless, Everything is Alive, and The Amelia Project. In addition, this installment of Succotash is sponsored by Henderson's Pants new Parka Pants – at last, your legs will be in heat. CLIPS B3FKicking us off this week is the B3F soundcast, which booms out of Knoxville, Tennessee, and is hosted by Joey Manning and Steven. I'm not sure what's Steven's last name is. I DO know his Twitter handle is @Steven_is_angry, which may explain a lot. The show's title, B3F, is a way for them to get het REAL title, Best Friends For Fucking Ever, past the soundcast title censors at Apple and other places. And the way I found their show is that they threw @SuccotashShow into a tweet and I included them in last week's TweetSack segment. These guy shave known each other for over 20 years which means they love and respect one another, while still managing to shit on each other daily. In this clip, taken from their episode 117, the “Drowning Rats” episode, they talk about getting away with murder…or not. Carefully RecklessNext up is a clip from the Carefully Reckless soundcast, hosted by comedian and actress Jessica Moore, aka “Jess Hilarious”. Known for bringing her “no holds barred” topics to life on her show, our clip gets her a little closer to home, because her guest is her son, Ash. As you'll hear when this little man trades barbs with his mom, the apple does not fall far from the attitude tree. The Amelia ProjectThe Amelia Project is a curious little soundcast. It's a scripted show with a very international cast and crew, contributing from places like London, Vienna, Oslo, and Los Angeles. The premise that The Amelia Project is a super-secret organization set up to help people fake their own deaths and start over with a brand new identity and life far from where they were when they choose to end things. The clip we're featuring is from their recent episode #45, entitled “Raven”, with cast members Carli Fish, Alan Burgon, Julia Morizawa, and Julia C. Thorne. This is from the beginning of the interview with the subject who'd like to start a new life…and why. Everything Is AliveOur last clip for this episode comes from a soundcast with another very interesting premise. Everything is Alive is an unscripted interview show where the host and creator, Ian Chillag, chats up pretty much anything BUT people to find out about their lives. I grabbed a snippet from his interview with Michael, the phone booth, portrayed here by Michael Kostroff. We've had no calls the past couple of weeks to the Succotash Show & Runaway Truck Ramp Hotline, at 1 (818) 921-7212, so screw that for this episode! That's the button on this episode of Succotash. I'm happy to have been occupying the hosting chair for the past two weeks of the show, but happy to welcome back my illustrious co-host Tyson next week for Episode 282. (I secretly think one of the reasons he wanted to take a week off was so he could go back to hosting the even-numbered shows…) I shall return oddly after that, with Epi283. Until then, keep us with you as you get your Christmas shopping done, batten down the hatches against the Omicron COVID variant, mask up, vax up, and try to keep a civil tongue in your head when dealing with other folks during this sometimes stressful time of the year. And if anyone asks if you've heard anything good lately, won't you please pass the Succotash? — Marc Hershon

Huberman Lab
Dr. David Buss: How Humans Select & Keep Romantic Partners in Short & Long Term | Episode 48

Huberman Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 133:02


In this episode, my guest is Dr. David Buss, Professor of Psychology at the University of Texas, Austin, and one of the founding members of the field of evolutionary psychology. Dr. Buss describes his work on how people select mates for short and long-term relationships, the dynamics of human courtship, and mate value assessment — meaning how people measure up as potential partners. We also discuss the causes of infidelity and differences for infidelity in men and women. He explains how people evaluate and try to alter other people's mate value as a means to secure and even poach mates. We discuss monogamous and non-monogamous relationships in humans. And we discuss what Dr. Buss calls “the dark triad”— features common in stalkers and narcissists that relate to sexual and psychological violence in relationships. This episode is sure to be of interest to anyone single or in a relationship who seeks to know how people select mates and anyone who is interested in forming and maintaining healthy romantic partnerships.   Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com - code "huberman" InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman  Headspace - https://www.headspace.com/specialoffer    Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: https://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com  Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Links: Dr. Buss' New Book "When Men Behave Badly" - https://amzn.to/3FThTsG  Dr. Buss' Website at University of Texas, Austin - https://labs.la.utexas.edu/buss/david-buss/  Dr. Buss' Twitter - https://twitter.com/ProfDavidBuss    Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introducing Dr. David Buss 00:04:10 Sponsors: ROKA, InsideTracker, Headspace 00:08:33 Choosing a Mate 00:13:40 Long Term Mates: Universal Desires 00:18:31 What Women & Men Seek in Long-Term Mates 00:25:10 Age Differences & Mating History  00:32:20 Deception in Courtship 00:37:30 Emotional Stability 00:38:40 Lying About Long-Term Interest 00:41:56 Short-Term Mating Criteria, Sliding Standards & Context Effects 00:46:25 Sexual Infidelity: Variety Seeking & (Un)happiness & Mate Switching 00:54:25 Genetic Cuckolds, How Ovulation Impacts Mate Preference 00:57:00 Long-Term vs. Short-Term Cheating, Concealment 00:59:15 Emotional & Financial Infidelity 01:04:35 Contraception  01:06:22 Status & Mating Success 01:10:10 Jealousy, Mate Value Discrepancies, Vigilance, Violence 01:24:13 Specificity of Intimate Partner Violence   01:25:12 Mate Retention Tactics: Denigration, Guilt, Etc. 01:27:33 Narcissism, Machiavellianism, Psychopathy 01:33:25 Stalking 01:39:15 Influence of Children on Mate Value Assessments  01:43:24 Attachment Styles, Mate Choice & Infidelity 01:46:40 Non-Monogamy, Unconventional Relationships   01:54:00 Mate Value Self Evaluation, Anxiety About the Truth 02:02:12 Self Deception 02:05:35 The Future of Evolutionary Psychology & Neuroscience   02:06:56 Books: When Men Behave Badly; The Evolution of Desire, Textbooks 02:10:42 Concluding Statements, Zero-Cost Support: Subscribe, Sponsors, Patreon, Thorne   Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com 

Comic Talk The Podcast
Emily Pederson, David Thorne, Sarah Dutcher-Night Before Thanksgiving

Comic Talk The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 48:49


Just four friends hanging out on the night before Thanksgiving.  Drinking coffee and eating cake.  Enjoy Follow Emily on The Gram Follow David on The Gram Follow Sarah on The Gram Follow me on The Gram

The Amelia Project
Episode 45 - Raven

The Amelia Project

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 30:15


With Carli Fish, Alan Burgon, Julia Morizawa, Julia C. Thorne and Tarquin as Sheba the cat Written by Oystein Brager Story editing by Philip Thorne Edited by Philip Thorne  Directed by Philip Thorne and Oystein Brager Sound design by Eli Hamada McIlveen Sound recording by Dominic Hargreaves Music by Fredrik Baden Graphic design by Anders Pedersen Production assistance by Maty Parzival For full credits see our website.  The Amelia Project is an audio fiction series. We recommend starting at the beginning. Congratulations. You've reached the content warning. The Amelia Project is about death, mishaps, mayhem and misfortune. And cocoa. If you're not comfortable with this, stop listening. Now.  This specific episode contains mentions of suicide. The Amelia Project is part of the Fable & Folly Network.  Website: ameliapodcast.com  Patreon https://www.patreon.com/ameliapodcast Transcripts: ameliapodcast.com/transcripts  Twitter: @amelia_podcast  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
The Science of Gratitude & How to Build a Gratitude Practice | Episode 47

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 85:57


Huberman Lab Podcast Notes Check out the Huberman Lab episode page The brain responds similarly to joy and gratitudeGratitude is not about “fake it till you make it” – giving and receiving thanks and gratitude must be genuine to get the benefitsMost gratitude practices of writing or thinking about things you are grateful for will not actually lead to any positive benefits or changes in brain circuitryTrue gratitude practice is really about associating or experiencing empathy or sympathy for someone who received help – whether it's help you gave or help you heard about given to someone you connect withA regular (and correct) gratitude practice can shift connectivity of emotions to reduce anxiety and fear pathways, increase motivation and pursuit pathways, and decrease inflammatory cytokines – amongst other physiological benefits  Unlike other practices (such as mediation or breathwork), the positive effects of gratitude practice are felt almost instantly (60-90 seconds) making it sustainable to incorporate regularlySteps for a scientifically grounded gratitude practice: (1) Think about (or find from podcast, movie, etc.) a story in which someone received help or you received thanks; (2) Write a few notes about the story such as what the struggle was, what the help was, and how it made you feel; (3) Repeatedly reflect on the story, really connecting with it for a few minutes   Components of ideal gratitude practice: you must genuinely and emotionally associate with the story, reflect on the story 1-5 minutes, practice 3x per weekRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode, I discuss the science of gratitude, which has been shown in peer-reviewed studies to have tremendous positive effects on mental and physical health. I explain, however, that most commonly used gratitude practices are ineffective (such as gratitude lists). The key elements of highly effective gratitude practices are described, including the essential need for story (narrative), receiving or perceiving gratitude rather than giving it, and the role that theory of mind plays in this context. I also discuss why we can't simply make up feelings of gratitude and how reluctance undermines the process. I also explain the neural circuit mechanisms that underlie the reductions in fear and increases in motivation and lowering of inflammatory chemicals that effective narrative-based gratitude can trigger. Throughout the episode, I use the science of gratitude to design a brief but highly effective protocol.    Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com - code "huberman" InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman  Magic Spoon - https://www.magicspoon.com/huberman    Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: https://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com  Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Links: Neural Correlates of Gratitude (Damasio) - https://bit.ly/3oS8TNr  Reducing Inflammatory Cytokines & Fear With Gratitude - https://bit.ly/3oPsSwv     Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introduction: Gratitude Science & Surprises 00:01:50 Controlling Heart Rate with Story 00:04:33 Sponsors: ROKA, InsideTracker, Magic Spoon 00:09:11 Major, Long-Lasting Benefits of Gratitude Practice 00:12:20 Prosocial vs. Defensive Thinking, Behaviors, & Neural Circuits  00:17:50 Why We All Need an Effective Gratitude Practice 00:21:22 Neurochemistry & Neural Circuits of Gratitude 00:25:10 Prefrontal Cortex Set Context 00:30:10 Ineffective Gratitude Practices; Autonomic Variables 00:34:55 Key Features of Effective Gratitude Practices: Receiving Thanks & Story 00:42:30 Theory of Mind Is Key 00:45:50 Building Effective Gratitude Practices: Adopting Narratives, Duration 00:52:28 Narratives That Shift Brain-Body Circuits  00:56:15 You Can't Lie About Liking Something; Reluctance In Giving 00:59:55 How Gratitude Changes Your Brain: Reduces Anxiety, Increases Motivation 01:03:00 5 Minutes (Is More Than Enough), 3X Weekly, Timing Each Day  01:05:44 Empathy & Anterior Cingulate Cortex 01:07:35 Reducing Inflammation & Fear with Gratitude 01:10:56 Serotonin, Kanna/Zembrin  01:16:00 Neuroplasticity, Pharmacology, Brain Machine Interfaces 01:18:50 The Best Gratitude Practices: & How To, My Protocol 01:24:25 Subscribe & Feedback, Supporting Sponsors, Supplements (Thorne)   Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com 

Huberman Lab
The Science of Gratitude & How to Build a Gratitude Practice | Episode 47

Huberman Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 85:57


In this episode, I discuss the science of gratitude, which has been shown in peer-reviewed studies to have tremendous positive effects on mental and physical health. I explain, however, that most commonly used gratitude practices are ineffective (such as gratitude lists). The key elements of highly effective gratitude practices are described, including the essential need for story (narrative), receiving or perceiving gratitude rather than giving it, and the role that theory of mind plays in this context. I also discuss why we can't simply make up feelings of gratitude and how reluctance undermines the process. I also explain the neural circuit mechanisms that underlie the reductions in fear and increases in motivation and lowering of inflammatory chemicals that effective narrative-based gratitude can trigger. Throughout the episode, I use the science of gratitude to design a brief but highly effective protocol.    Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com - code "huberman" InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman  Magic Spoon - https://www.magicspoon.com/huberman    Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: https://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com  Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Links: Neural Correlates of Gratitude (Damasio) - https://bit.ly/3oS8TNr  Reducing Inflammatory Cytokines & Fear With Gratitude - https://bit.ly/3oPsSwv     Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introduction: Gratitude Science & Surprises 00:01:50 Controlling Heart Rate with Story 00:04:33 Sponsors: ROKA, InsideTracker, Magic Spoon 00:09:11 Major, Long-Lasting Benefits of Gratitude Practice 00:12:20 Prosocial vs. Defensive Thinking, Behaviors, & Neural Circuits  00:17:50 Why We All Need an Effective Gratitude Practice 00:21:22 Neurochemistry & Neural Circuits of Gratitude 00:25:10 Prefrontal Cortex Set Context 00:30:10 Ineffective Gratitude Practices; Autonomic Variables 00:34:55 Key Features of Effective Gratitude Practices: Receiving Thanks & Story 00:42:30 Theory of Mind Is Key 00:45:50 Building Effective Gratitude Practices: Adopting Narratives, Duration 00:52:28 Narratives That Shift Brain-Body Circuits  00:56:15 You Can't Lie About Liking Something; Reluctance In Giving 00:59:55 How Gratitude Changes Your Brain: Reduces Anxiety, Increases Motivation 01:03:00 5 Minutes (Is More Than Enough), 3X Weekly, Timing Each Day  01:05:44 Empathy & Anterior Cingulate Cortex 01:07:35 Reducing Inflammation & Fear with Gratitude 01:10:56 Serotonin, Kanna/Zembrin  01:16:00 Neuroplasticity, Pharmacology, Brain Machine Interfaces 01:18:50 The Best Gratitude Practices: & How To, My Protocol 01:24:25 Subscribe & Feedback, Supporting Sponsors, Supplements (Thorne)   Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com 

TSC News - The Sports Courier
WWE Releases John Morrison, Hit Row, Tegan Nox, Drake Maverick, Shane Thorne

TSC News - The Sports Courier

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 22:08


TSC's Fred Richani on the latest shocking WWE releases. Per Fightful.com, WWE has released John Morrison, Tegan Nox, the clown Jaxson Ryker, Drake Maverick, Shane Thorne, and all of Hit Row Records - Top Dolla AJ Francis, Ashante Adonis, Isaiah Swerve Scott (Shane Strickland) -- due to "budget cuts."   Subscribe for YouTube: YouTube.com/TheSportsCourier Instagram: @TSCNews

BEautifully Unwinding
48. Strategies for Remembering the Deeper Truth in the Moment with Transformative Coach Aubrey Thorne

BEautifully Unwinding

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 51:25


It's ALL Here: “The world around us and within us is pointing us towards more balance (healing), and to our own creative genius ALL the time.” - Aubrey Aubrey is a Transformative Coach and Evolutionary Astrologer using evolutionary astrologer to offer people a brand new way to see themselves and their purpose. Aubrey's astrology and coaching work is intuitive, creative, wholistic and down to each. She says “everything I do is for people who want to evolve, step into leadership, and impact our world for the better - unlike a walk in the woods where we know to leave no trace, I know that we are all here to lead someone and also to have impact on our particular piece of the world. Topics we cover in this episode:  THANKING the MIRRORS/REFLECTIONS in our Life How the person HEARING is causing the STRESS response NOT the person SPEAKING The SECRET is not in the thinking brain We are made of DIVINE intelligence SIMPLIFY to see & HEAR  The power of INTENTION when HEALING the body CONNECT WITH AUBREY Instagram: @aubreythorne Website: https://www.aubreythorne.com/ CODE: BEAUTIFULLY21 for 21% OFF  CONNECT WITH TISHA Instagram : @beautifullyunwinding Blog: www.beautifullyunwinding.com Subscribe to the BEautifully Unwinding Podcast so you never miss one of these powerful and impactful conversations.    If you found value or insight in this episode please share this conversation with a friend.  Thank you so much!   

Not Another Mummy Podcast
Liv Thorne On Choosing Solo Motherhood

Not Another Mummy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 54:34


My guest on this episode had always dreamed of being a mum but at age 37 and very much single with no partner on the horizon, she decided to take matters into her own hands.Liv Thorne started researching sperm banks and fertility clinics, setting out on a journey that has resulted in her being a solo mum to three year old Herb, today.Her book, Liv's Alone is a warm and hopeful memoir that dismantles the fairy tale of falling in love, getting married and having a baby, that we're all fed from a young age. It shows an alternative route to motherhood… via buying sperm from Denmark!Liv chats to me about the tragic circumstances that led to her being ‘alone' for so many years and talks about the decisions she made along the way.Buy Liv's Alone here and follow Liv on Instagram.If you enjoyed this episode then please leave a rating or review - and you can subscribe to ensure you don't miss future episodes. Thank you! Not Another Mummy Podcast is brought to you by me, journalist and author Alison Perry. I'm a mum of three and I love interviewing people about parenthood on the podcast. You can check out my other episodes and you can come chat to me on Instagram: @iamalisonperry or on Twitter: @iamalisonperry. You can buy my book OMG It's Twins now. Producer: Imogen HartMusic: Epidemic SoundArtwork: Eleanor BowmerSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/notanothermummy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Business Innovators Radio
Mike Thorne: How to Create and Benefit from Your Own Personal Trust Community

Business Innovators Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 34:32


Mike Thorne is known as a transformer whose mission is to restore human dignity to unleash greatness in people. As a former C-level executive of top consumer brands including President of Russell Athletic, President of Yankee Candle, and CEO of a synthetic turf company, Mike is now building a Vistage Worldwide Practice and dedicating his career to working with high performing individuals and entrepreneurs to play a bigger game in life through his Personal Trust community concept.Learn more at: linkedin.com/in/michaelbthorneRebelpreneur Radio with Ralph Brogdenhttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/rebelpreneur-radio-with-ralph-brogden/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/mike-thorne-how-to-create-and-benefit-from-your-own-personal-trust-community

School for Mothers Podcast
#152: LONE: Normalising non-traditional routes to Parenthood - Liv Thorne

School for Mothers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 37:34


What happens when you get to 37 and you're single, and being a mother is the only thing you've ever truly wanted? My special guest this week is Liv Thorne, director of a web agency, who made the increasingly popular and big decision to go it alone. She bought some sperm and off she went. Easy? Not at all. Liv charted her journey to motherhood in her amazing book, Liv's Alone. We talk everything you've always wanted to know about getting pregnant without a partner, being professionally single, and how it's panning out for her as a solo mama… “I love School for Mothers, it's an injection of badass” 

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
Time Perception & Entrainment by Dopamine, Serotonin & Hormones | Episode 46

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 74:07


Huberman Lab Podcast Notes Key Takeaways We are driven by timers controlled by dopamine and serotonin which cause us to perceive experience differently depending on whether we're excited or boredThe more dopamine and epinephrine are released in the brain, the more we overestimate how much time has passed – conversely – the more serotonin released, the more we underestimate how much time has passedOur perception of time will differ in the first half of the day versus the latter half of the day because of variations in amounts of dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin in the bloodstreamIf you are doing work that involves adhering to rigid rules like math or something where there's a right or wrong answer – do it in the early part of the day because of how dopamine and norepinephrine impact time perceptionDopamine and the release of dopamine govern our perception of time, drive our day, and can be leveraged to build habits or segment day into blocks of productive timeTackle brainstorming and creative work in the afternoon when serotonin is higher and offers flexibility in batching timeImpact of time on relationships and social interactions: the more novel experiences we have in a place or with a person, the more we feel we know the place or person even though the actual amount of time might be shortRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode, I discuss how our brain and body track time and the role that neurochemicals, in particular dopamine and serotonin, but also hormones such as melatonin, allow us to orient ourselves in time. I review the three types of time perception: of the past, of the present, and the future, and how dopamine and serotonin adjust both our perception of the speed of the passage of time and our memory of how long previous experiences lasted. I also discuss circannual entrainment, which is the process by which our brain and body are matched to the seasons, and circadian (24 hours) entrainment, both of which subconsciously adjust our perceived measurement of time. I explain the mechanisms of that subconscious control. And I cover the ultradian (90 minutes) rhythms that govern our ability to focus, including how to track when these 90-minute rhythms begin and end for the sake of work and productivity. I include ten tools based on the science of time perception that you can apply to enhance productivity, creativity, and relationships in various contexts.    Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com - code "huberman" Athletic Greens - https://www.athleticgreens.com/huberman  InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman    Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com  Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introducing Time Perception, Note on Fasting & Supplements 00:05:12 Sponsors: ROKA, Athletic Greens, InsideTracker 00:09:25 Entrainment, Circannual Entrainment, Melatonin 00:13:20 Seasonal Oscillations in Testosterone & Estrogen, Tool 1 00:16:06 Circadian Timing, Tools 1, 2, 3 (for Circadian Entrainment) 00:21:13 Tool 4: Timing Physical Activity; Tool 5: Timing Eating Window 00:23:00 When Circadian Entrainment is Disrupted, Time Perception Suffers 00:25:00 Tool 6: Ultradian (90min) Cycles & Focus 00:31:42 Our Sense of the Passage of Time: Present, Prospective, Retrospective 00:34:40 Dopamine (& Nor/epinephrine) Lead to Time Overestimation; Frame Rate  00:37:18 Serotonin & Time Underestimation; Decreased Frame Rate 00:39:10 Dopamine vs. Serotonin Across the Day; Tool 7: When to Do Rigid vs. Creative Work 00:42:38 Example of Tool 7 00:43:38 How Sleep Deprivation Degrades Performance 00:44:38 Trauma, “Over-clocking” & Memories; Adjusting Rates of Experience 00:50:04 Why Trauma Involves Dopamine & Epinephrine, Arousal 00:51:03 Dopamine, Spontaneous Blinking & Time Perception; Tool 8 00:53:38 Deliberate Cold Exposure, Dopamine, Tool 9: Adjusting Frame Rate in Discomfort 00:56:30 Fun “Feels Fast” BUT Is Remembered as Slow; Boring Stuff “Feels Slow,” Recall As Fast 01:00:54 Retrospective Time, Context Variation & Enhanced Bonding with Places & People 01:03:00 Dopamine Release Resets the Start of Each Time Bin on Our Experience 01:07:40 Habits & Time Perception; Tool 10 (Setting Functional Units of Each Day) 01:11:58 Synthesis & Book Suggestion (Your Brain Is a Time Machine by D. Buonomano) 01:12:27 Supporting the HLP: Subscribe, Instagram, Patreon, Thorne Supplements Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com 

Huberman Lab
Time Perception & Entrainment by Dopamine, Serotonin & Hormones | Episode 46

Huberman Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 74:07


In this episode, I discuss how our brain and body track time and the role that neurochemicals, in particular dopamine and serotonin, but also hormones such as melatonin, allow us to orient ourselves in time. I review the three types of time perception: of the past, of the present, and the future, and how dopamine and serotonin adjust both our perception of the speed of the passage of time and our memory of how long previous experiences lasted. I also discuss circannual entrainment, which is the process by which our brain and body are matched to the seasons, and circadian (24 hours) entrainment, both of which subconsciously adjust our perceived measurement of time. I explain the mechanisms of that subconscious control. And I cover the ultradian (90 minutes) rhythms that govern our ability to focus, including how to track when these 90-minute rhythms begin and end for the sake of work and productivity. I include ten tools based on the science of time perception that you can apply to enhance productivity, creativity, and relationships in various contexts.    Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com - code "huberman" Athletic Greens - https://www.athleticgreens.com/huberman  InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman    Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com  Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introducing Time Perception, Note on Fasting & Supplements 00:05:12 Sponsors: ROKA, Athletic Greens, InsideTracker 00:09:25 Entrainment, Circannual Entrainment, Melatonin 00:13:20 Seasonal Oscillations in Testosterone & Estrogen, Tool 1 00:16:06 Circadian Timing, Tools 1, 2, 3 (for Circadian Entrainment) 00:21:13 Tool 4: Timing Physical Activity; Tool 5: Timing Eating Window 00:23:00 When Circadian Entrainment is Disrupted, Time Perception Suffers 00:25:00 Tool 6: Ultradian (90min) Cycles & Focus 00:31:42 Our Sense of the Passage of Time: Present, Prospective, Retrospective 00:34:40 Dopamine (& Nor/epinephrine) Lead to Time Overestimation; Frame Rate  00:37:18 Serotonin & Time Underestimation; Decreased Frame Rate 00:39:10 Dopamine vs. Serotonin Across the Day; Tool 7: When to Do Rigid vs. Creative Work 00:42:38 Example of Tool 7 00:43:38 How Sleep Deprivation Degrades Performance 00:44:38 Trauma, “Over-clocking” & Memories; Adjusting Rates of Experience 00:50:04 Why Trauma Involves Dopamine & Epinephrine, Arousal 00:51:03 Dopamine, Spontaneous Blinking & Time Perception; Tool 8 00:53:38 Deliberate Cold Exposure, Dopamine, Tool 9: Adjusting Frame Rate in Discomfort 00:56:30 Fun “Feels Fast” BUT Is Remembered as Slow; Boring Stuff “Feels Slow,” Recall As Fast 01:00:54 Retrospective Time, Context Variation & Enhanced Bonding with Places & People 01:03:00 Dopamine Release Resets the Start of Each Time Bin on Our Experience 01:07:40 Habits & Time Perception; Tool 10 (Setting Functional Units of Each Day) 01:11:58 Synthesis & Book Suggestion (Your Brain Is a Time Machine by D. Buonomano) 01:12:27 Supporting the HLP: Subscribe, Instagram, Patreon, Thorne Supplements Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com 

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
Dr. Duncan French: How to Exercise for Strength Gains & Hormone Optimization | Episode 45

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 90:06


Huberman Lab Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Heavy lifting increases testosterone release which has important benefits for muscle growth, ligament and tendon health, and bone densityTraining protocol to increase testosterone: 6 x 10 protocols (6 sets of 10 reps) at 80% of 1RM with 2-minute rest between sets – work at acload you can sustain intensity over all 10 repsIf the goal is muscle growth, stick to high-intensity loads 2x per week and lower intensity (but higher volume) the remainder of your workoutsIf you're trying a new diet or exercise program, stay consistent for 12 weeks to train adaptation and stay in tuned with where the body is along the wayUse the trainability of the body to your advantage! Don't be stuck on a fixed routine for exercise, nutrition, or recovery – be deliberate in your protocolsFor the most benefit, periodize cold exposure: use it less when trying to maximize muscle growth or power; use more post-race or major events before the next training blockTeach the body to preferentially use a specific fuel source through diet & exercise manipulation – fat at low intensity, carbohydrate at high intensityYou're better off having a shorter duration of training with higher quality than prolonging a mediocre sessionRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode, I talk to Dr. Duncan French, Ph.D., the Vice President of Performance at the UFC Performance Institute and a world-class performance specialist. We discuss specific resistance (weight) training regimens for increasing testosterone in men and women and how to vary mechanical loads and rest between sets and workouts to optimize hormone output and training results. We also discuss how stress-induced "catecholamines" can increase testosterone or decrease it, depending on duration and mindset. And we discuss specific cold- and heat- therapies for increasing resilience, reducing inflammation, heat shock proteins and more. We discuss nutrition for training and how to match nutrition to training goals and metabolic flexibility. We discuss mental focus and how long to train for skill development. Finally, we discuss how mixed martial arts and the UFC Performance Institute are a template for exploring human performance more generally. This episode is intended for anyone interested in athletic and mental performance: athletes, students, and recreational exercisers and includes both science and many practical tools people can apply in their own training.    Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://roka.com/ -- code "huberman" Helix - https://helixsleep.com/huberman  Headspace - https://headspace.com/specialoffer     Dr. Duncan French: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dr_duncan_french LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/duncan-french-phd-a41bb9122   Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com  Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Timestamps: 00:00:00 Dr. Duncan French  00:02:27 Roka, Helix Sleep, Headspace 00:05:44 Duncan's Background in Exercise Science 00:11:45 How Certain Exercises Increase Testosterone 00:16:22 What Kind of Training Increases Testosterone & Growth Hormone? 00:20:19 Intensity: Mechanical Load; Volume: Metabolic Load; Inter-set Rest Periods 00:25:25 Training Frequency & Combining Workout Goals   00:29:35 How Stress Can Increase or Decrease Testosterone  00:36:55 Using Cold Exposure for Mindset, Anti-Inflammation, Muscle-Growth 00:46:55 Skill Development 00:50:05 Why Hard Exercise Creates Brain Fog: Role of Nutrition  00:53:55 Low-Carbohydrate Versus All-Macronutrient Diets on Performance 00:56:15 Ketones & Brain Energy, Offsetting Brain Injury; Spiking Glucose During Ketosis 00:59:13 Metabolic Efficiency, Matching Nutrition to Training, “Needs Based Eating” 01:05:00 Duncan's Work with Olympic Athletes, NCAA, UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) 01:08:00 Why UFC & MMA (Mixed-Martial Arts) Are So Valuable for Advancing Performance 01:12:40 Voluntarily Switching Between Different States of Arousal 01:14:30 Heat, Getting Better at Sweating, Heat Shock Proteins, Sauna 01:20:12 Using Rotating 12-Week Training Programs; Logging Objective & Subjective Data 01:24:07 Surprising & Unknown Aspects of The UFC and UFC Performance Institute 01:27:45 Conclusions, Zero-Cost Support, Sponsors, Supplements, Instagram   Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com 

Huberman Lab
Dr. Duncan French: How to Exercise for Strength Gains & Hormone Optimization | Episode 45

Huberman Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 90:06


This episode I talk to Dr. Duncan French, Ph.D., the Vice President of Performance at the UFC Performance Institute and a world-class performance specialist. We discuss specific resistance (weight) training regimens for increasing testosterone in men and women, and how to vary mechanical loads, rest between sets and between workouts to optimize hormone output and training results. We also discuss how stress-induced "catecholoamines" can increase testosterone or decrease it, depending on duration and mindset. And we discuss specific cold- and heat- therapies for increasing resilience, reducing inflammation, heat shock proteins and more. We discuss nutrition for training and how to match nutrition to training goals, and metabolic flexibility. We discuss mental focus and how long to train for skill development. Finally, we discuss how mixed martial arts and the UFC Performance Institute are a template for exploring human performance more generally. This episode is intended for anyone interested in athletic and mental performance: athletes, students, and recreational exercisers and includes both science and many practical tools people can apply in their own training.   Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://roka.com/ -- code "huberman" Helix - https://helixsleep.com/huberman  Headspace - https://headspace.com/specialoffer     Dr. Duncan French: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dr_duncan_french LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/duncan-french-phd-a41bb9122   Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com  Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Timestamps: 00:00:00 Dr. Duncan French  00:02:27 Roka, Helix Sleep, Headspace 00:05:44 Duncan's Background in Exercise Science 00:11:45 How Certain Exercises Increase Testosterone 00:16:22 What Kind of Training Increases Testosterone & Growth Hormone? 00:20:19 Intensity: Mechanical Load; Volume: Metabolic Load; Inter-set Rest Periods 00:25:25 Training Frequency & Combining Workout Goals   00:29:35 How Stress Can Increase or Decrease Testosterone  00:36:55 Using Cold Exposure for Mindset, Anti-Inflammation, Muscle-Growth 00:46:55 Skill Development 00:50:05 Why Hard Exercise Creates Brain Fog: Role of Nutrition  00:53:55 Low-Carbohydrate Versus All-Macronutrient Diets on Performance 00:56:15 Ketones & Brain Energy, Offsetting Brain Injury; Spiking Glucose During Ketosis 00:59:13 Metabolic Efficiency, Matching Nutrition to Training, “Needs Based Eating” 01:05:00 Duncan's Work with Olympic Athletes, NCAA, UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) 01:08:00 Why UFC & MMA (Mixed-Martial Arts) Are So Valuable for Advancing Performance 01:12:40 Voluntarily Switching Between Different States of Arousal 01:14:30 Heat, Getting Better at Sweating, Heat Shock Proteins, Sauna 01:20:12 Using Rotating 12-Week Training Programs; Logging Objective & Subjective Data 01:24:07 Surprising & Unknown Aspects of The UFC and UFC Performance Institute 01:27:45 Conclusions, Zero-Cost Support, Sponsors, Supplements, Instagram   Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com 

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
Using Your Nervous System to Enhance Your Immune System | Episode 44

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 120:32


Huberman Lab Podcast Notes Key Takeaways The immune system has three main systems of protection: physical barriers (e.g., skin, eyes), innate immune system (e.g., white blood cells, killer cells), adaptive immune system (e.g., creation of antibodies)Sickness-related behaviors look a lot like depressive symptoms leading to a theory that depression involves activation of inflammatory cytokinesStimulation of the dopamine pathway can accelerate healing and liberate systems in the body which allow inflammatory pathways to go down and anti-inflammatory pathways to go upWim Hof breathing is a zero-cost tool shown to enhance the immune system by releasing adrenaline and reducing the effects of illness symptomsWim Hof breathing steps:(1) 20-30 deep inhales and exhales through nose; (2) exhale of all air to empty lungs; (3) hold breath for up to 60 seconds; (4) repeat 2-4 roundsMaintaining a healthy microbiome (gut, eyes, mucus) supports good health: nasal breathe as often as possible, don't touch eyes after touching other things, ingest fermented foods to enhance gut microbiotaRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgThis episode teaches you a lot about the immune system, immune-brain interactions and offers 12 potential tools for enhancing immune system function. I discuss how our immune system works and science-supported tools we can use to enhance our immune system. I discuss the innate and adaptive immune systems and our various microbiomes-- not just in our gut but also in our nose, eyes and mouth and how to keep them healthy. And I review how specific patterns of breathing and foods maintain a healthy mucosal barrier that is crucial for fighting infections. I discuss how certain neurochemicals called catecholamines enhance our immune system function and how to use specific breathing protocols, types and timing of heat and cold exposure, and, if appropriate, supplementation to activate catecholamines. I also discuss the role and use of serotonin for the sake of accessing the specific types of sleep for recovering from illness, and I discuss how to increase glymphatic "washout" of brain debris during sleep. I also review fever, the vagus nerve and the use of atypical yet highly effective compounds for rhinitis (nasal inflammation). Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com -- code: "huberman" Athletic Greens - https://www.athleticgreens.com/huberman InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman   Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab Website - https://hubermanlab.com Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network   Links: How and Why The Immune System Makes Us Sleep - https://www.nature.com/articles/nrn2576    Timestamps: 00:00:00 The Mind & Immune System, New Findings: Acupuncture & Fascia 00:03:00 Sponsors: ROKA, Athletic Greens, InsideTracker 00:07:41 Foundational Tools & Practices for a Healthy Immune System 00:11:20 Immune System Basics: Skin/Mucous, Innate & Adaptive Immune System 00:17:08 Killer Cells, Complement Proteins (“Eat Me!” Signals), Cytokines (“Help Me!” Signals) 00:21:06 The Adaptive Immune System: Antibodies 00:28:00 Tool 1: Nasal Microbiome and “Scrubbing” Bacteria & Viruses; Nasal Breathing 00:30:33 Tools 2 & 3: (Not) Touching Your Eyes; Gut Microbiome & Fermented Foods 00:34:20 Some Interleukins Are Anti-Inflammatory 00:34:56 Sickness Behavior 00:39:08 Some People Seek Care When Sick, Others Want to be Alone 00:42:00 Sickness Behavior & Depression: Cytokines 00:43:40 Reduced Appetites When Sick: Protein, Iron, Libido 00:46:45 Vagus-Nerve Stimulation: Fever, Photophobia, Sleepiness 00:53:03 Humoral (Blood-Borne) Factors, & Choroid Change Your Brain State 00:55:04 Tools 4, 5: Reducing Sickness: Glymphatic Clearance, Pre-Sleep Serotonin, 5HTP 01:07:03 Tool 6: Hot Showers, Saunas, Baths & Cortisol, Heath-Cold Contrast 01:10:53 Feed a Fever & Starve a Cold (?), Adrenaline 01:12:36 Tool 7: Activating Your Immune System w/Cyclic-Hyperventilation, Alkalinity 01:29:10 Brain Chemicals & Cyclic-Hyperventilation; Catecholamines, Dopamine 01:32:10 Mindsets & Immune Function; Yes, You Can Worry Yourself Sick 01:37:00 Tool 8: Healthy Mindsets, Hope, Dopamine; Tool 9: Tyrosine; Tool 10: Cold Exposure 01:42:05 Once You're Already Sick: Accelerating Recovery; Tool 11: Spirulina, Rhinitis 01:46:09 Histamines, Mast Cells 01:49:22 Tool 12: Acupuncture: Mechanism for How It Reduces Inflammation; Fascia, Rolfing  01:53:40 Mechanistic Science & Ancient Practices 01:58:00 Synthesis, Ways to Support Us (Zero-Cost), Sponsors, Supplements, Social Media   Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com

Speak of the Devils
Sitdown Series - Charli Turner Thorne

Speak of the Devils

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 47:59


This fall represents a landmark moment for Sun Devil women's basketball, as Charli Turner Thorne will begin her 25th season at the helm of the program. One of the most accomplished coaches in the sport's history is aiming to return the program back to its usual standard of success after a rough year amid the pandemic. With a returning roster of talented and now experienced players joined by an influx of exciting transfers, the Sun Devils are aiming to make a run at the Pac-12 crown. On this episode, Charli and I discuss the motivations heading into season 25, the lessons from the COVID year, the importance of mental health, the exciting new players and experienced returners, expectations, and much more.

The Hustle
Episode 340 - Alan Parsons/Mike Thorne

The Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 125:09


This week is a special two-fer, two legendary producers in one shot! First up is the legend himself, Alan Parsons! If you think about it, even with all the iconic albums he's worked on like Dark Side and Abbey Road, his main focus has largely been his Alan Parsons Project. In fact, they are releasing a brand new live CD/DVD called The Neverending Show: Live in the Netherlands on Nov. 5th. We discuss the Project's history and hits as well. Then we talk to producer Mike Thorne. This is the man who produced eternal hits like "Tainted Love", "Smalltown Boy", and "Voices Carry". Not to mention that while he worked A&R, he encouraged EMI to sign the Sex Pistols! Lots to cover!  www.alanparsons.com www.stereosociety.com/thorne www.patreon.com/thehustlepod

The Jim Rome Show
11/2/2021 - Payton Thorne

The Jim Rome Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 10:02


Michigan State quarterback talks Michigan, Mel Tucker, and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

THEM 他們的故事
S2EP10澳大利亞失去純真的那一天 澳洲境內史上第一起綁架勒贖案-Graeme Thorne Murder

THEM 他們的故事

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 57:22


!!!邀請!!! 11/11(四)晚間九點,Molly會跟她說犯罪的Lily一起在KKNow上跟大家分享真實犯罪的入門劇唷~大家那天一起來跟我們玩吧~ ---------- 1960年,為要籌措修建雪梨歌劇院,澳大利亞新南威爾斯州的州政府推出了歌劇院樂透,最後,這個獎項被平常不太買樂透的巴齊爾﹒索恩給抱了回家。這看起來像是天選一般的幸運,卻為索恩一家帶來一場無可挽回的悲劇。 事情的經過究竟為何?就讓Molly來細細地說給大家聽吧~ ---------- 本集時間軸 00:00免責聲明 00:21感謝本週贊助(飛鳶、Yenchanchan、 Kimi、侯小姐、Pete Chou、梁小姐、徐先生) 01:08正片開始 44:10留言回覆(厭世工程師、歌緹亞、Bannieyan、der

Huberman Lab
Using Your Nervous System to Enhance Your Immune System | Episode 44

Huberman Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 120:32


This episode teaches you a lot about the immune system, immune-brain interactions and offers 12 potential tools for enhancing immune system function. I discuss how our immune system works and science-supported tools we can use to enhance our immune system. I discuss the innate and adaptive immune systems and our various microbiomes-- not just in our gut but also in our nose, eyes and mouth and how to keep them healthy. And I review how specific patterns of breathing and foods maintain a healthy mucosal barrier that is crucial for fighting infections. I discuss how certain neurochemicals called catecholamines enhance our immune system function and how to use specific breathing protocols, types and timing of heat and cold exposure, and, if appropriate, supplementation to activate catecholamines. I also discuss the role and use of serotonin for the sake of accessing the specific types of sleep for recovering from illness, and I discuss how to increase glymphatic "washout" of brain debris during sleep. I also review fever, the vagus nerve and the use of atypical yet highly effective compounds for rhinitis (nasal inflammation). Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com -- code: "huberman" Athletic Greens - https://www.athleticgreens.com/huberman InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman   Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab Website - https://hubermanlab.com Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network   Links: How and Why The Immune System Makes Us Sleep - https://www.nature.com/articles/nrn2576    Timestamps: 00:00:00 The Mind & Immune System, New Findings: Acupuncture & Fascia 00:03:00 Sponsors: ROKA, Athletic Greens, InsideTracker 00:07:41 Foundational Tools & Practices for a Healthy Immune System 00:11:20 Immune System Basics: Skin/Mucous, Innate & Adaptive Immune System 00:17:08 Killer Cells, Complement Proteins (“Eat Me!” Signals), Cytokines (“Help Me!” Signals) 00:21:06 The Adaptive Immune System: Antibodies 00:28:00 Tool 1: Nasal Microbiome and “Scrubbing” Bacteria & Viruses; Nasal Breathing 00:30:33 Tools 2 & 3: (Not) Touching Your Eyes; Gut Microbiome & Fermented Foods 00:34:20 Some Interleukins Are Anti-Inflammatory 00:34:56 Sickness Behavior 00:39:08 Some People Seek Care When Sick, Others Want to be Alone 00:42:00 Sickness Behavior & Depression: Cytokines 00:43:40 Reduced Appetites When Sick: Protein, Iron, Libido 00:46:45 Vagus-Nerve Stimulation: Fever, Photophobia, Sleepiness 00:53:03 Humoral (Blood-Borne) Factors, & Choroid Change Your Brain State 00:55:04 Tools 4, 5: Reducing Sickness: Glymphatic Clearance, Pre-Sleep Serotonin, 5HTP 01:07:03 Tool 6: Hot Showers, Saunas, Baths & Cortisol, Heath-Cold Contrast 01:10:53 Feed a Fever & Starve a Cold (?), Adrenaline 01:12:36 Tool 7: Activating Your Immune System w/Cyclic-Hyperventilation, Alkalinity 01:29:10 Brain Chemicals & Cyclic-Hyperventilation; Catecholamines, Dopamine 01:32:10 Mindsets & Immune Function; Yes, You Can Worry Yourself Sick 01:37:00 Tool 8: Healthy Mindsets, Hope, Dopamine; Tool 9: Tyrosine; Tool 10: Cold Exposure 01:42:05 Once You're Already Sick: Accelerating Recovery; Tool 11: Spirulina, Rhinitis 01:46:09 Histamines, Mast Cells 01:49:22 Tool 12: Acupuncture: Mechanism for How It Reduces Inflammation; Fascia, Rolfing  01:53:40 Mechanistic Science & Ancient Practices 01:58:00 Synthesis, Ways to Support Us (Zero-Cost), Sponsors, Supplements, Social Media   Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com

BAT 77 - My '70s Batman Childhood
The Laughing Fish (Detective #475)

BAT 77 - My '70s Batman Childhood

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 43:46


PUBLISHING DATE: February 1978 CREDITS: Steve Englehart (story), Marshall Rogers and Terry Austin (art) The Joker poisons all the fish in the country in a mad scheme to trademark his image. Meanwhile, the Batman is threatened by both Thorne's campaign to outlaw his activities and by Silver discovering his true identity. Follow the podcast on Facebook and Twitter. Email the podcast at bat77podcast@gmail.com.  

TROUBLE WITH THE SNAP
"I think Thorne is better than both their guys combined" - Marvin Wright

TROUBLE WITH THE SNAP

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 29:48


Former Michigan State safety Marvin Wright joins Tyler and Jeremy to talk about his 16 tackle performance against the Wolverines, Michigan State's "bend but don't break" scheme, the quarterback play being a factor, how one of his friendships helped him realize what the rivalry meant and much more!

The Amelia Project
Episode 43 - Faith - Halloween Special

The Amelia Project

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 40:43


With Sheila Morris, Alan Burgon, Julia Morizawa, Julia C. Thorne, Stéphane Gérard and Tarquin as Sheba the cat Written by Torgny G. Aanderaa and Oystein Brager with script consultancy by Leeanne Stoddart Story editing by Philip Thorne Directed and edited by Philip Thorne and Oystein Brager Sound design by Eli Hamada McIlveen Sound recording by Dominic Hargreaves Music by Fredrik Baden Graphic design by Anders Pedersen Production assistance by Maty Parzival For full credits see our website.  The Amelia Project is an audio fiction series. We recommend starting at the beginning. The Amelia Project is part of the Fable & Folly Network.  Website: ameliapodcast.com  Transcripts: ameliapodcast.com/transcripts  Twitter: @amelia_podcast  Instagram: @ameliapodcast Tumblr: @ameliapodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
WTKA Roundtable 10/28/2021: Hit Your Digs

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 51:54


Things discussed: MSU talk part 1: Didn't expect Thorne to be good. Has a good deep ball. MSU's schedule has been pretty weak, should have lost to Nebraska. RB comparison: PFF thinks you could take Walker and any other back in the country and they won't be Corum/Haskins. Can our quarterback play rise to the occasion? McNamara can't beat MSU the way he played against Northwestern. What about our offensive coordination? Hoping we looked past Northwestern, have some things planned. QB talk: We're all on team McNamara but want to see them come at this from a “what's the hardest thing for a defense to stop” perspective. McNamara is your every down guy. McCarthy should come in at any moment and have downfield throws available as well. Sam Webb makes a 5-minute pitch for Mel to go to LSU. Michigan's running game: Power is the answer. Pin & Pull returned, huzzah! MSU is going to beat our cornerbacks. Is that twice or 12 times is the difference. They'll nerf Hutchinson by getting the ball out quickly and trusting their WRs to make a play. Explosion vs consistency, LFG.

The Thorne Podcast
The Champion Mindset of MMA Fighter Dan Ige

The Thorne Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 29:59


The #9 ranked fighter in the Featherweight Division, Dan Ige, joins the Performance Edition of the Thorne Podcast to answer audience questions and shares how he shapes his champion mindset. During this episode you'll learn about: Latest on Dan Ige [0:47] Being a new dad [1:02] Dan's journey to the UFC [1:46] Growing up in Hawaii [1:58] Wrestling to MMA [2:35] Hawaiian MMA traditions [4:02] Managing the mental demands of sport [6:34] “Creating a new map” [7:55] Balancing fatherhood and being a fighter [9:40] Dan's training and recovery with Thorne and the UFC Performance Institute [11:49] How Dan manages his nutrition and training habits [13:59] Questions from the community [16:45] Half guard vs. full guard in MMA [16:47] What career would you have chosen if you never pursued fighting? [17:51] Dynamite Dan to 50k nickname [18:27] What do you do for fun when not training? [20:28] Where would you hold your dream event and who would you fight? [22:07] How much pride do you take in never having been knocked out? [23:09] What would your dream fantasy UFC matchup be? [24:21] What's the best advice you've received in your career? And best advice you have for aspiring athletes? [25:12] Dan's playlist while training [27:03] Resources to topics mentioned in this episode: How to Train Like UFC Fighter Marlon “Magic” Moraes 5 Quarantine Health Tips from UFC Performance Institute Episode 24: UFC's Anthony Smith on Training and Nutrition | PE Edition Thorne NSF Certified for Sport® Quiz Subscribe To More Content Make sure to never miss an episode by subscribing to the show on your podcast app. You can also learn more about what we talked about by visiting Thorne.com and checking out the latest news, videos, and stories on Thorne's Take 5 Daily blog.   * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
Dr. Samer Hattar: Timing Your Light, Food, & Exercise for Optimal Sleep, Energy & Mood | Episode 43

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 134:28


Huberman Lab Podcast Notes Key Takeaways To improve mood and optimize sleep-wake cycle: view light in the morning and as much as possible during the dayThree components to get in order: mealtimes, light exposure, and sleepKey is doing self-exploration to find ideal timing of meals, light exposure, and sleep that align with circadian rhythm – start by manipulating light exposure because that's the most powerful driver of the other piecesDaylight saving has a negative impact on sleep & wake cycles – it's not just an hour per day, it's a cumulative effect on the rhythmEvening light exposure impacts sleep! Keep your home dim/dark. Keep to the minimum amount of light you need to see comfortably; explore using red lightThe more we deviate from intrinsic rhythm, the more we see increased rates of depression, anxiety, adverse mental health outcomesLight viewing and feeding behavior interact in ways that support one another: keep feeding times to most active points in circadian rhythm (i.e., during light)Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode, I host Dr. Samer Hattar, Chief of the Section on Light and Circadian Rhythms at the National Institute of Mental Health. Dr. Hattar is a world-renowned expert on how viewing light at particular times adjusts our mood, ability to learn, stress and hormone levels, appetite, and mental health. We discuss how to determine and use your individual light sensitivity to determine the optimal sleep-wake cycle for you. We also discuss how to combine your light viewing and waking time with the timing of your food intake and exercise in order to maximize mental and physical functioning. Dr. Hattar is credited with co-discovering the neurons in the eye that set our circadian clocks and regulate mood and appetite. He explains why even a small shift in daylight savings leads to outsized effects on our biking because of the way that our cells and circadian clocks integrate across many days. And he offers precise tools to rapidly adjust to jetlag, shift work, and reset your clock after a late night of work or socializing. This episode is filled with cutting-edge data on the biological mechanisms of human physiology and practical tools for people of all ages.    Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com -- code: "huberman" InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman  Magic Spoon - https://www.magicspoon.com/huberman    Support Research in Huberman Lab at Stanford: https://hubermanlab.stanford.edu/giving   Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com  Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Samer Hattar: Twitter: https://twitter.com/samerhattar  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/samerhattar  Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samer_Hattar    Links: Graphical Explanation of Temperature Minimum for Overcoming Jetlag - https://www.instagram.com/tv/CKWiRVJHVwC   Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introducing Dr. Samer Hattar, Ph.D. 00:02:17 Sponsors: ROKA, InsideTracker, Magic Spoon 00:06:15 Light, Circadian (24 hour) & Circannual (365 day) “Photoentrainment”  00:14:30 Neurons in Our Eyes That Set Our Body Clocks: Similar to Frog Skin 00:18:55 What Blind People See  00:20:15 When, How & How Long to View Light for Optimal Sleep & Wakefulness 00:30:20 Sunlight Simulators, Afternoon Light Viewing, Naps 00:33:48 Are You Jetlagged at Home? Chronotypes & Why Early Risers Succeed  00:38:33 How to Decide Your Best Sleep-Wake Schedule; Minimal Light Test 00:42:16 Viewing Light in Middle of Day: Mood & “Light Hunger” 00:44:55 Evening Sunlight; Blueblocker Warning 00:48:57 Blue Light Is Not the Issue; Samer's Cave; Complete Darkness 00:53:58 Screens at Night 00:56:03 Dangers of Bright Light Between 10 pm and 4 am: Mood & Learning 01:01:05 The Tripartite Model: Circadian, Sleep Drive, Feeding Schedules 01:05:05 Using Light to Enhance Your Mood; & The Hattar-Hernandez Nucleus 01:07:19 Why Do We Sleep? 01:08:17 Effects of Light on Appetite; Regular Light & Meal Times 01:18:08 Samer's Experience with Adjusting Meal Timing 01:22:51 Using Light to Align Sleep, Mood, Feeding, Exercise & Cognition 01:30:15 Age-Related Changes in Timing of Mental & Physical Vigor   01:31:44 “Chrono-Attraction” in Relationships; Social-Rhythms 01:33:40 Re-setting Our Clock Schedule; Screen Devices Revisited 01:37:50 How Samer Got into the Study of Light  01:39:33 Clock Gene mRNAs & More Accurate Biomarkers 01:41:08 Light as Medicine 01:42:48 ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)  01:43:35 How to Beat Jetlag: Light, Temperature, Eating 01:50:44 Vigor: The Consequence of Proper Timing  01:52:15 Waking in the Middle of the Night: When Your Nightly Sleep Becomes a Nap 01:54:10 Melatonin, Pineal Calcification 01:55:25 Our Seasonal Rhythms: Mood, Depression, Lethargy & Reproduction 01:59:08 Daylight Savings: Much Worse Than It Might Seem  02:05:27 Eye Color & Sensitivity to Light, Bipolar Disorder 02:09:28 Spicy Food, Genetic Variations in Sensory Sensitivity  02:10:52 Synthesizing This Information, Samer on Twitter, Instagram 02:13:00 Conclusions, Ways To Support the Huberman Lab Podcast & Research   Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com

Podcast Notes Playlist: Nutrition
Dr. Samer Hattar: Timing Your Light, Food, & Exercise for Optimal Sleep, Energy & Mood | Episode 43

Podcast Notes Playlist: Nutrition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 134:28


Huberman Lab Podcast Notes Key Takeaways To improve mood and optimize sleep-wake cycle: view light in the morning and as much as possible during the dayThree components to get in order: mealtimes, light exposure, and sleepKey is doing self-exploration to find ideal timing of meals, light exposure, and sleep that align with circadian rhythm – start by manipulating light exposure because that's the most powerful driver of the other piecesDaylight saving has a negative impact on sleep & wake cycles – it's not just an hour per day, it's a cumulative effect on the rhythmEvening light exposure impacts sleep! Keep your home dim/dark. Keep to the minimum amount of light you need to see comfortably; explore using red lightThe more we deviate from intrinsic rhythm, the more we see increased rates of depression, anxiety, adverse mental health outcomesLight viewing and feeding behavior interact in ways that support one another: keep feeding times to most active points in circadian rhythm (i.e., during light)Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgIn this episode, I host Dr. Samer Hattar, Chief of the Section on Light and Circadian Rhythms at the National Institute of Mental Health. Dr. Hattar is a world-renowned expert on how viewing light at particular times adjusts our mood, ability to learn, stress and hormone levels, appetite, and mental health. We discuss how to determine and use your individual light sensitivity to determine the optimal sleep-wake cycle for you. We also discuss how to combine your light viewing and waking time with the timing of your food intake and exercise in order to maximize mental and physical functioning. Dr. Hattar is credited with co-discovering the neurons in the eye that set our circadian clocks and regulate mood and appetite. He explains why even a small shift in daylight savings leads to outsized effects on our biking because of the way that our cells and circadian clocks integrate across many days. And he offers precise tools to rapidly adjust to jetlag, shift work, and reset your clock after a late night of work or socializing. This episode is filled with cutting-edge data on the biological mechanisms of human physiology and practical tools for people of all ages.    Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com -- code: "huberman" InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman  Magic Spoon - https://www.magicspoon.com/huberman    Support Research in Huberman Lab at Stanford: https://hubermanlab.stanford.edu/giving   Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com  Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Samer Hattar: Twitter: https://twitter.com/samerhattar  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/samerhattar  Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samer_Hattar    Links: Graphical Explanation of Temperature Minimum for Overcoming Jetlag - https://www.instagram.com/tv/CKWiRVJHVwC   Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introducing Dr. Samer Hattar, Ph.D. 00:02:17 Sponsors: ROKA, InsideTracker, Magic Spoon 00:06:15 Light, Circadian (24 hour) & Circannual (365 day) “Photoentrainment”  00:14:30 Neurons in Our Eyes That Set Our Body Clocks: Similar to Frog Skin 00:18:55 What Blind People See  00:20:15 When, How & How Long to View Light for Optimal Sleep & Wakefulness 00:30:20 Sunlight Simulators, Afternoon Light Viewing, Naps 00:33:48 Are You Jetlagged at Home? Chronotypes & Why Early Risers Succeed  00:38:33 How to Decide Your Best Sleep-Wake Schedule; Minimal Light Test 00:42:16 Viewing Light in Middle of Day: Mood & “Light Hunger” 00:44:55 Evening Sunlight; Blueblocker Warning 00:48:57 Blue Light Is Not the Issue; Samer's Cave; Complete Darkness 00:53:58 Screens at Night 00:56:03 Dangers of Bright Light Between 10 pm and 4 am: Mood & Learning 01:01:05 The Tripartite Model: Circadian, Sleep Drive, Feeding Schedules 01:05:05 Using Light to Enhance Your Mood; & The Hattar-Hernandez Nucleus 01:07:19 Why Do We Sleep? 01:08:17 Effects of Light on Appetite; Regular Light & Meal Times 01:18:08 Samer's Experience with Adjusting Meal Timing 01:22:51 Using Light to Align Sleep, Mood, Feeding, Exercise & Cognition 01:30:15 Age-Related Changes in Timing of Mental & Physical Vigor   01:31:44 “Chrono-Attraction” in Relationships; Social-Rhythms 01:33:40 Re-setting Our Clock Schedule; Screen Devices Revisited 01:37:50 How Samer Got into the Study of Light  01:39:33 Clock Gene mRNAs & More Accurate Biomarkers 01:41:08 Light as Medicine 01:42:48 ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)  01:43:35 How to Beat Jetlag: Light, Temperature, Eating 01:50:44 Vigor: The Consequence of Proper Timing  01:52:15 Waking in the Middle of the Night: When Your Nightly Sleep Becomes a Nap 01:54:10 Melatonin, Pineal Calcification 01:55:25 Our Seasonal Rhythms: Mood, Depression, Lethargy & Reproduction 01:59:08 Daylight Savings: Much Worse Than It Might Seem  02:05:27 Eye Color & Sensitivity to Light, Bipolar Disorder 02:09:28 Spicy Food, Genetic Variations in Sensory Sensitivity  02:10:52 Synthesizing This Information, Samer on Twitter, Instagram 02:13:00 Conclusions, Ways To Support the Huberman Lab Podcast & Research   Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com

Huberman Lab
Dr. Samer Hattar: Timing Your Light, Food, & Exercise for Optimal Sleep, Energy & Mood | Episode 43

Huberman Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 134:28


In this episode, I host Dr. Samer Hattar, Chief of the Section on Light and Circadian Rhythms at the National Institute of Mental Health. Dr. Hattar is a world-renowned expert on how viewing light at particular times adjusts our mood, ability to learn, stress and hormone levels, appetite, and mental health. We discuss how to determine and use your individual light sensitivity to determine the optimal sleep-wake cycle for you. We also discuss how to combine your light viewing and waking time with the timing of your food intake and exercise in order to maximize mental and physical functioning. Dr. Hattar is credited with co-discovering the neurons in the eye that set our circadian clocks and regulate mood and appetite. He explains why even a small shift in daylight savings leads to outsized effects on our biking because of the way that our cells and circadian clocks integrate across many days. And he offers precise tools to rapidly adjust to jetlag, shift work, and reset your clock after a late night of work or socializing. This episode is filled with cutting-edge data on the biological mechanisms of human physiology and practical tools for people of all ages.    Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com -- code: "huberman" InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman  Magic Spoon - https://www.magicspoon.com/huberman    Support Research in Huberman Lab at Stanford: https://hubermanlab.stanford.edu/giving   Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com  Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Samer Hattar: Twitter: https://twitter.com/samerhattar  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/samerhattar  Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samer_Hattar    Links: Graphical Explanation of Temperature Minimum for Overcoming Jetlag - https://www.instagram.com/tv/CKWiRVJHVwC   Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introducing Dr. Samer Hattar, Ph.D. 00:02:17 Sponsors: ROKA, InsideTracker, Magic Spoon 00:06:15 Light, Circadian (24 hour) & Circannual (365 day) “Photoentrainment”  00:14:30 Neurons in Our Eyes That Set Our Body Clocks: Similar to Frog Skin 00:18:55 What Blind People See  00:20:15 When, How & How Long to View Light for Optimal Sleep & Wakefulness 00:30:20 Sunlight Simulators, Afternoon Light Viewing, Naps 00:33:48 Are You Jetlagged at Home? Chronotypes & Why Early Risers Succeed  00:38:33 How to Decide Your Best Sleep-Wake Schedule; Minimal Light Test 00:42:16 Viewing Light in Middle of Day: Mood & “Light Hunger” 00:44:55 Evening Sunlight; Blueblocker Warning 00:48:57 Blue Light Is Not the Issue; Samer's Cave; Complete Darkness 00:53:58 Screens at Night 00:56:03 Dangers of Bright Light Between 10 pm and 4 am: Mood & Learning 01:01:05 The Tripartite Model: Circadian, Sleep Drive, Feeding Schedules 01:05:05 Using Light to Enhance Your Mood; & The Hattar-Hernandez Nucleus 01:07:19 Why Do We Sleep? 01:08:17 Effects of Light on Appetite; Regular Light & Meal Times 01:18:08 Samer's Experience with Adjusting Meal Timing 01:22:51 Using Light to Align Sleep, Mood, Feeding, Exercise & Cognition 01:30:15 Age-Related Changes in Timing of Mental & Physical Vigor   01:31:44 “Chrono-Attraction” in Relationships; Social-Rhythms 01:33:40 Re-setting Our Clock Schedule; Screen Devices Revisited 01:37:50 How Samer Got into the Study of Light  01:39:33 Clock Gene mRNAs & More Accurate Biomarkers 01:41:08 Light as Medicine 01:42:48 ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)  01:43:35 How to Beat Jetlag: Light, Temperature, Eating 01:50:44 Vigor: The Consequence of Proper Timing  01:52:15 Waking in the Middle of the Night: When Your Nightly Sleep Becomes a Nap 01:54:10 Melatonin, Pineal Calcification 01:55:25 Our Seasonal Rhythms: Mood, Depression, Lethargy & Reproduction 01:59:08 Daylight Savings: Much Worse Than It Might Seem  02:05:27 Eye Color & Sensitivity to Light, Bipolar Disorder 02:09:28 Spicy Food, Genetic Variations in Sensory Sensitivity  02:10:52 Synthesizing This Information, Samer on Twitter, Instagram 02:13:00 Conclusions, Ways To Support the Huberman Lab Podcast & Research   Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com

New World to Go
New World Exploits and War Issues

New World to Go

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 44:10


In this Episode of New World to Go, A New World MMO podcast, we cover the New World Exploits and the issues surrounding the end game. We discuss the New World war issues, and Outpost Rush issues as well. There are some pretty hefty exploits in New World right now once you hit the end game. We give you the information you need to know about these exploits and bugs and how they are affecting the end game in New World. We also discuss the silver lining of it all and what we think the state of the game will be like a couple months from now. Get some awesome Studio Loot perks by becoming a patreon! https://www.patreon.com/studioloot Produced by https://studioloot.com/ - New republic - https://newworldfans.com/companies/1305 - Thorne - https://newworldfans.com/companies/1344 Your home for Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/studioloot New World to GO twitter - https://twitter.com/StudioLoot Community Discord - https://discord.gg/HWjS7PQRk6 INTRO "A Forgotten Isle" - Voice over by Cremdalacrem - https://www.voices.com/actors/cremdalacrem - written by redbyrd -Video intro by Jakub Hejna Hosted by redbyrd and BDLG redbyrd - twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/redbyrd twitter - https://twitter.com/iamredbyrd BDLG twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/bdlg twitter - https://twitter.com/TheBDLG For More Content Like New World To GO check out https://newworldfans.com

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
Nutrients For Brain Health & Performance | Episode 42

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 101:19


Huberman Lab Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Top three things that support nerve health in the short and long term: EPA, phosphatidylserine, cholineTo condition healthy food preferences: take something good for you, pair it with something that will increase blood sugar (not spike, but elevate slightly) for 7-10 days to rewire the dopamine reward systemFood impacts our brain and health but there's also a learned response to how our brain functions in response to foodsSome foods to enhance short and long term cognition: fish, blueberries, eggs, cottage cheese, cabbageThe goal is to get proper nutrients via food; use supplements as a backup as neededStart feeding window at least one hour after waking and end the window about 2-3 hours before sleepKeep feeding window consistent day to day without extreme shifts in either directionRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgThis episode I describe science-supported nutrients for brain and performance (cognition) and for nervous system health generally. I describe 10 tools for this purpose, including specific amounts and sources for Omega-3 fatty acids which make up the "structural fat" of neurons (nerve cells) and allow them to function across our lifespan. I also review data on creatine, phosphatidylserine, anthocyanins, choline, glutamine and how they each impact brain function in healthy people seeking to reinforce and improve their cognition and in those combatting cognitive decline. I describe both food-based and supplement-based sources for these compounds, and their effective dose ranges based on peer-reviewed literature. Then I review the 3 factors: gut-brain signaling, perceived taste, and learned associations that combine with the metabolic and blood-sugar-elevating effects of food to determine what foods we seek and prefer. Amazingly, it's not just about what tastes good to us. Next, I explore how we can leverage the neural circuits of learned food preference toward seeking and enjoying the right foods for brain health and performance. I also review new data on non-caloric sweeteners and why consuming them with glucose-elevating foods can be detrimental,  in some cases rapidly leading to insulin dysregulation. This episode covers more than 10 actionable tools for those seeking to improve and/or maintain brain function, and it explains modern neuroscience underlying of our sense of taste, our food seeking preferences and brain metabolism.   Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com -- code: "huberman" InsideTracker - https://www.athleticgreens.com/huberman  Headspace - https://www.headspace.com/specialoffer    RETHINK EDUCATION: The Biology of Learning Featuring Dr. Andrew Huberman: https://youtu.be/Oo7hQapFe3M    Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab Website - https://hubermanlab.com Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Links: Review on Anthocyanins & Cognition - https://www.mdpi.com/1420-3049/24/23/4255  Review on Creatine & Brain Health Studies - https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/13/2/586  Review on "Rethinking Food Reward" - www.annualreviews.org/doi/10.1146/annurev-psych-122216-011643    Timestamps: 00:00:00 Food & Brain Function Introduction 00:02:08 Summary: Critical Aspects of Time Restricted Feeding/Fasting 00:04:19 Sponsors: ROKA, Athletic Greens, Headspace 00:08:24 Neuroplasticity Super Protocol (Zero-Cost Tools) Online 00:09:22 Eating to Enhance Brain Function & Foundational Aspects of Brain Health  00:13:00 Eating Fats for Brain Health, EFAs Phospholipids (Tool 1: 1-3g EPA Omega-3/day)  00:20:35 Phosphatidylserine (Tool 2: 300mg/day) 00:22:15 Choline, Egg Yolks (Tool 3: 1-2g/day Threshold) 00:28:26 Hydration & Electrolytes (Tool 4) 00:29:50 Liquid Fish Oil/Capsules (2-3g EPA per day; 300mg Alpha GPC 2-4X/week) 00:32:22 Creatine for Cognition (Tool 5: 5g/day)  00:36:28 Anthocyanins, Dark Skin Berries (Tool 6-10mg/day (Extract), 1-2 cups Berries)  00:41:19 L-Glutamine (Tool: 1-10g/day) & Offsetting Apnea & Inflammation 00:49:23 Neural Basis of Food Preference, Yum, Yuck, Meh; Taste, Guts, & Beliefs 00:55:25 Taste is 100% In your Head 00:59:50 Gut Neurons Controlling Food Preference: Neuropod Cells; (Tool 7: Fermented Foods)  01:06:14 Capsule Probiotics, Brain Fog  01:07:16 Learning to Like Specific Tastes: Sweetness & Brain Metabolism 01:12:11 Hard-Wiring & Soft-Wiring 01:13:25 Artificial & Non-Caloric Sweeteners: Safe or Harmful Depends on (Glucose) Context 01:18:15 Non-Caloric Sweetener & Insulin; (Tool 8: Don't Have w/Glucose Elevating Foods) 01:22:17 Beliefs & Thoughts; The Insula; (Tool 9: Pairing-Based Reshaping Food Preferences)  01:30:42 Liking Neuro-Healthy Foods & Bettering Brain Metabolism (Tool 10); Food Wars 01:36:05 Food Reward & Diabetes, Obesity; Important Review Article (See Caption) 01:38:28 Synthesis, Zero-Cost Support, Future Topic Suggestions, Sponsors, Supplements   Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com 

I'm Absolutely Fine! by The Midult
Episode 101: Solo Motherhood With Liv Thorne

I'm Absolutely Fine! by The Midult

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 45:08


We don't normally talk about babies or children on the podcast. But what happens when things get interesting? When you get to 37 and your single, and being a mother is the only thing you've ever really wanted to be? Our guest this week is Liv Thorne who made the increasingly popular and brave decision to go it alone. She bought some Danish sperm and off she went. Simple? Not really. Liv has charted her journey to motherhood in her brilliant book, Liv's Alone. We talk everything you've always wanted to know about solo parenting but were afraid to ask… P.S. This week's podcast is bravely sponsored by carbon neutral jewellery sensation @AnaLuisa. Go to https://shop.analuisa.com/absolutelyfine and use the code ABSOLUTELYFINE for a 10% discount. It doesn't cost the earth… or the planet. #analuisany Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Night-Light Radio
They're coming to get you Barbara , with Hadley Thorne and Allen Gamboa

Night-Light Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 118:12


I exhumed horror authors HADLEY THORNE and ALLEN GAMBOA for a Halloween show.  We will be covering their writings on the cause of and how to survive the Zombie Apocalypse.  We will hear real-life monster stories from Allen's time as a prison guard.  If you aren't too afraid, we will also get into some of our favorite scary movies.  So pour a hot pumpkin pie spice latte and lay back to enjoy a ghoulish time, but don't let your feet hang over the side of your coffin.Wyrd Realities - YouTube

The Food Code
Supplements We Love + What We Take

The Food Code

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 18:50


We get asked about supplements frequently, so today we share the supplements that we take and also a few that we love in different seasons of life! Companies mentioned, 1stPhorm and Top Notch Nutrition. High quality brands we love, Pure Encapsulations, Thorne, Apex Energetics, DaVinci Labs, and Microbiome Labs. Join our private FitMom Lifestyle community HEREWant to schedule a strategy call with us? Schedule HERETo connect with Liz Roman click HERETo connect with Becca Chilczenkowski click HERERead More on FitMom Lifestyle HERECheck out Liz's NEW COOKBOOK, FitCookery HERECheck out our PLANNER, Win The Day HEREThis episode is brought to you by FitMom Lifestyle Marketing and Production by LeadTrek mediaWant to check out some of our favorite supplements like the Daily Greens, Digestive Enzymes, and some of the best tasting protein to help you recover from your workout (Fruit D Loop is one of our favorites) visit 1stPhorm now.We love cereal but not the processed sugary stuff you find at the store. Magic Spoon makes healthy cereal that tastes too good to be true. It's high protein, low carb and has a whole lot of flavor. We love it. Our kids love it. Visit Magic Spoon and use coupon code “LSN” for Free Shipping.Getting enough water throughout the day may be tough. Top Notch is here to help. With their water enhancer Hydrate. With flavors like Kiwi Strawberry, Blueberry Lemonade, Orange Mango, Watermelon and Black Cherry, not only it adds electrolytes and vitamins to your H2O it also has BCAA's and Glutamine to help you recover. Not to mention, it makes water taste delicious and a lot easier to drink. Check out Top Notch Nutrition to get your own.It's hard to find high quality meat these days. It's also hard to find time to keep going to the grocery store all the time. Butcher Box sources their meat and seafood from trusted sources across the country and delivers your 100% grass-fed grass-finished beef, free-range organic chicken, free wild-caught seafood right to your door. It's a no brainer. Visit Butcher Box now.Please do us that favor and share this with your friends and family so we can reach more lives around the world!

Huberman Lab
Nutrients For Brain Health & Performance | Episode 42

Huberman Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 101:19


This episode I describe science-supported nutrients for brain and performance (cognition) and for nervous system health generally. I describe 10 tools for this purpose, including specific amounts and sources for Omega-3 fatty acids which make up the "structural fat" of neurons (nerve cells) and allow them to function across our lifespan. I also review data on creatine, phosphatidylserine, anthocyanins, choline, glutamine and how they each impact brain function in healthy people seeking to reinforce and improve their cognition and in those combatting cognitive decline. I describe both food-based and supplement-based sources for these compounds, and their effective dose ranges based on peer-reviewed literature. Then I review the 3 factors: gut-brain signaling, perceived taste, and learned associations that combine with the metabolic and blood-sugar-elevating effects of food to determine what foods we seek and prefer. Amazingly, it's not just about what tastes good to us. Next, I explore how we can leverage the neural circuits of learned food preference toward seeking and enjoying the right foods for brain health and performance. I also review new data on non-caloric sweeteners and why consuming them with glucose-elevating foods can be detrimental,  in some cases rapidly leading to insulin dysregulation. This episode covers more than 10 actionable tools for those seeking to improve and/or maintain brain function, and it explains modern neuroscience underlying of our sense of taste, our food seeking preferences and brain metabolism.   Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com -- code: "huberman" InsideTracker - https://www.athleticgreens.com/huberman  Headspace - https://www.headspace.com/specialoffer    RETHINK EDUCATION: The Biology of Learning Featuring Dr. Andrew Huberman: https://youtu.be/Oo7hQapFe3M    Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab Website - https://hubermanlab.com Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Links: Review on Anthocyanins & Cognition - https://www.mdpi.com/1420-3049/24/23/4255  Review on Creatine & Brain Health Studies - https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/13/2/586  Review on "Rethinking Food Reward" - www.annualreviews.org/doi/10.1146/annurev-psych-122216-011643    Timestamps: 00:00:00 Food & Brain Function Introduction 00:02:08 Summary: Critical Aspects of Time Restricted Feeding/Fasting 00:04:19 Sponsors: ROKA, Athletic Greens, Headspace 00:08:24 Neuroplasticity Super Protocol (Zero-Cost Tools) Online 00:09:22 Eating to Enhance Brain Function & Foundational Aspects of Brain Health  00:13:00 Eating Fats for Brain Health, EFAs Phospholipids (Tool 1: 1-3g EPA Omega-3/day)  00:20:35 Phosphatidylserine (Tool 2: 300mg/day) 00:22:15 Choline, Egg Yolks (Tool 3: 1-2g/day Threshold) 00:28:26 Hydration & Electrolytes (Tool 4) 00:29:50 Liquid Fish Oil/Capsules (2-3g EPA per day; 300mg Alpha GPC 2-4X/week) 00:32:22 Creatine for Cognition (Tool 5: 5g/day)  00:36:28 Anthocyanins, Dark Skin Berries (Tool 6-10mg/day (Extract), 1-2 cups Berries)  00:41:19 L-Glutamine (Tool: 1-10g/day) & Offsetting Apnea & Inflammation 00:49:23 Neural Basis of Food Preference, Yum, Yuck, Meh; Taste, Guts, & Beliefs 00:55:25 Taste is 100% In your Head 00:59:50 Gut Neurons Controlling Food Preference: Neuropod Cells; (Tool 7: Fermented Foods)  01:06:14 Capsule Probiotics, Brain Fog  01:07:16 Learning to Like Specific Tastes: Sweetness & Brain Metabolism 01:12:11 Hard-Wiring & Soft-Wiring 01:13:25 Artificial & Non-Caloric Sweeteners: Safe or Harmful Depends on (Glucose) Context 01:18:15 Non-Caloric Sweetener & Insulin; (Tool 8: Don't Have w/Glucose Elevating Foods) 01:22:17 Beliefs & Thoughts; The Insula; (Tool 9: Pairing-Based Reshaping Food Preferences)  01:30:42 Liking Neuro-Healthy Foods & Bettering Brain Metabolism (Tool 10); Food Wars 01:36:05 Food Reward & Diabetes, Obesity; Important Review Article (See Caption) 01:38:28 Synthesis, Zero-Cost Support, Future Topic Suggestions, Sponsors, Supplements   Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com 

Denník N Podcasty
V ženskom rode: Carolee Winstein & Larisa Anne Thorne: Women in science still face prejudice and gender bias (episode in English)

Denník N Podcasty

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 54:47


In Feminine Gender podcast is a platform that gives women the opportunity to tell their story. Women can speak freely and openly about their experience. They share their thoughts, ideas, and visions, and inspire both women and men.  Today I speak with Carolee Winstein, Professor of Biokinesiology at the University of Southern California and Larisa Anne Thorne, a neutrino physicist, and a postdoctoral researcher on the Project8 Experiment. We met in Bratislava, Slovakia, on the occasion of ESET Science Award 2021.

Gamecock Central Radio
South Carolina vs. Vanderbilt Preview with Preston Thorne

Gamecock Central Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 56:58


LIVE FROM MARKET ON MAIN IN COLUMBIA, S.C.: GamecockCentral.com's Wes Mitchell and Chris Clark are joined by Preston Thorne to preview South Carolina vs. Vanderbilt. GC Live is presented by Clint Hammond of Mortgage Network: https://www.mortgagenetwork.com/clint-hammond Clint is the branch manager for the Columbia Mortgage Network. Contact Clint for all of your mortgage needs: chammond@MortgageNetwork.com Phone: 803-771-6933 Mobile: 803-422-6797 Fax: 866-741-1723 As an experienced mortgage professional Clint is available to provide knowledgeable information for all your home financing goals. Let Clint help you identify the financing solution that best meets your specific needs. Links to GamecockCentral Live! will be found on GamecockCentral.com's web platform and discussion forums and will stream live on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter, in addition to being hosted on the GamecockCentral.com podcast network. Subscribing (for free) to the GamecockCentral YouTube channel and clicking the "bell" icon next to the subscribe button will turn on your notifications, which means you will be notified each time GamecockCentral Live! drops a new show. #SouthCarolinaFootball #Gamecocks

The Amelia Project
Episode 42 - Overture

The Amelia Project

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 34:31


With Julia Morizawa, Julia C. Thorne, Alan Burgon, Eli Hamada McIlveen, Andrei Zayats, Stéphane Gérard and Vincent Zuresco. Written and edited by Philip Thorne Story editing by Oystein Brager  Directed by Philip Thorne and Oystein Brager Sound recording by Dominic Hargreaves Sound design by Dominic Hargreaves and Fredrik Baden Music by Fredrik Baden Graphic design by Anders Pedersen Production assistance by Maty Parzival For full credits see our website.  The Amelia Project is an audio fiction series. We recommend starting at the beginning. The Amelia Project is part of the Fable & Folly Network.  Find and support our sponsors at: fableandfolly.com/partners Website: ameliapodcast.com Transcripts: ameliapodcast.com/transcripts Twitter: @amelia_podcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ameliapodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
Effects of Fasting & Time Restricted Eating on Fat Loss & Health | Episode 41

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 146:07


Huberman Lab Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Sleep-related fasting is particularly important for repair functions in the gut, brain, liver – and can be optimized by not eating 2-3 hours before bedTenants of ideal time-restricted feeding: (1) delay the first meal at least one hour after waking; (2) don't eat within 2-3 hours of bedtime; (3) stick to a consistent schedule every dayThe best target feeding window is 8 hours; shorter windows between 4-6 hours tend to lead to overeatingConsistency is best: a feeding window you can stick to in the context of social and life balance is best – if you're new, try a 12pm-8pm window where no calories are consumed before 12pm and after 8pmFrom a pure health objective standpoint, it would be best to keep feeding to the middle of the day, i.e., 10am-6pm but this is difficult to sustain sociallyOne meal per day eating seems to lend itself to weight loss but is less likely to be sustained over timeTo enhance muscle growth, consume protein early in the day – ideally by 10am (which can be difficult considering 8-hour target window)If you're feeling weak during fast, some salt in water can have a stabilizing effect on blood glucose and give you a boostRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgThis episode I discuss the science and practice of fasting also called time-restricted feeding. I review the data on how limiting food intake to specific portions of every 24-hour cycle (or fasting longer) impacts weight loss, fat loss specifically, liver health, mental focus, muscle, longevity and more. I explain how "fasted" is contextual, and relates to blood glucose levels and their downstream effects, and how the depth of fasting can be adjusted with behaviors such as different types of exercise, or with glucose disposal agents. I also discuss the optimal fasting protocol: and both the absolute (non-negotiable) and variable (contextual) features of a fasting/time-restricted-feeding protocol that will allow you to get the most benefits. I also discuss what does and does not break a fast, the effects of fasting on hormones like testosterone and cortisol and on fertility. I also review how different feeding windows of 8 or 10 or 4 hours differentially impact the effects of fasting, and why the classic 8 hour feeding window came to be but also might be ideal. I discuss mechanisms and offer tools to discern the optimal fasting duration and timing for you.   Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com -- code: "huberman" InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman Helix Sleep - https://www.helixsleep.com/huberman    RETHINK EDUCATION: The Biology of Learning Featuring Dr. Andrew Huberman https://youtu.be/Oo7hQapFe3M   Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman   Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman   Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Links: Comprehensive Review On Fasting In Humans: https://bit.ly/3BwIyd7   Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introduction, Blood Glucose & Mortality, Mice Vs. Humans 00:06:02 Sponsors: Roka, InsideTracker, Helix 00:09:42 Neuroplasticity Protocols & Online Lecture https://youtu.be/Oo7hQapFe3M  00:11:20 Feeding, Fasting, Performance 00:13:50 Calories-In, Calories-Out (CICO); Perfect Diets 00:19:48 Feeding-Induced Health Conditions  00:25:33 Time Restricted Eating: When We Eat Is Vital 00:29:45 The Eight Hour Feeding Window  00:31:26 Feeding Deep Into the Night Is Bad (In Humans) 00:36:33 Liver Health 00:39:45 Time Restricted Feeding Protocol: Rules 00:41:35 When to Start & Stop Eating 00:45:38 Gastric Clearance, Linking Fasting to Sleep 00:52:35 Effects of Specific Categories of Food 00:55:40 Precision In Fasting: Protocol Build 00:59:30 4-6 Hour Feeding Windows 01:03:08 Protein Consumption & Timing for Muscle 01:08:13 How to Shift Your Eating Window 01:13:20 Glucose Clearing, Exercise & Compounds 01:22:37 Blood Glucose: Monitoring, mTOR & Related Pathways 01:27:40 Gut Health: Fasting, Clock Genes and Microbiota 01:29:15 Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver  01:32:00 Effects of Fasting on Hormones: Testosterone, Cortisol 01:38:40 Fertility 01:41:50 8-Hour Feeding Window: Weight Loss Without Calorie Counting 01:43:20 Eating Every-Other-Day  01:45:29 Adherence 01:47:15 Mental Focus & Clarity 01:49:12 Enhancing Weight Loss from Body Fat: Hepatic Lipase 01:53:15 What Breaks a Fast? Rules & Context 01:58:50 Artificial Sweeteners, Plant-Based Sweeteners 02:01:42 Glucose Clearing II, Cinnamon, Acidity, Salt 02:06:42 My Circadian Clock, Zero-App  02:08:20 Odd (But Common) Questions 02:09:23 Effects of Sauna & Dehydration on Blood Glucose 02:11:12 The Ideal Fasting Protocol  02:24:00 More Resources, Ways to Support Us, Supplements Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com 

Tim loves the Olympics podcast
Mini-Pod Ajeé Wilson, US 800m middle-distance runner

Tim loves the Olympics podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 22:11


This week on the Mini-Pod Ajeé Wilson. Ajeé is a 2X US Olympian in the 800m in track & Field. We talk about training during a pandemic. And how different the 2020 Toyoko Olympics were compared to the 2016 Olympics in Rio. Thanks, to Thorne for having Ajeé on the podcast. And as always ...Thank you for your support Ajeé Wilson Instagram -@ ajeelenee   Facebook - @ AjeeWilson   Twitter - @ ajeelenee Thorne www.thorne.com Instagram - @thornehealth   Tim Loves the Olympics Instagram - @tltopodcast Twitter - @tltopodcast Facebook - @tltopodcast

The Horror Flicks and Guitar Picks Podcast
Zack Thorne of Zero Trust / Skarhead / Bulldoze & More

The Horror Flicks and Guitar Picks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 18:41


Listen as Zack and I discuss which of his projects have new records dropping soon, some of his favorite Horror Movies, and much more on this week's episode!

Huberman Lab
Effects of Fasting & Time Restricted Eating on Fat Loss & Health | Episode 41

Huberman Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 146:07


This episode I discuss the science and practice of fasting also called time-restricted feeding. I review the data on how limiting food intake to specific portions of every 24-hour cycle (or fasting longer) impacts weight loss, fat loss specifically, liver health, mental focus, muscle, longevity and more. I explain how "fasted" is contextual, and relates to blood glucose levels and their downstream effects, and how the depth of fasting can be adjusted with behaviors such as different types of exercise, or with glucose disposal agents. I also discuss the optimal fasting protocol: and both the absolute (non-negotiable) and variable (contextual) features of a fasting/time-restricted-feeding protocol that will allow you to get the most benefits. I also discuss what does and does not break a fast, the effects of fasting on hormones like testosterone and cortisol and on fertility. I also review how different feeding windows of 8 or 10 or 4 hours differentially impact the effects of fasting, and why the classic 8 hour feeding window came to be but also might be ideal. I discuss mechanisms and offer tools to discern the optimal fasting duration and timing for you.   Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com -- code: "huberman" InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman Helix Sleep - https://www.helixsleep.com/huberman    RETHINK EDUCATION: The Biology of Learning Featuring Dr. Andrew Huberman https://youtu.be/Oo7hQapFe3M   Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman   Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman   Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Links: Comprehensive Review On Fasting In Humans: https://bit.ly/3BwIyd7   Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introduction, Blood Glucose & Mortality, Mice Vs. Humans 00:06:02 Sponsors: Roka, InsideTracker, Helix 00:09:42 Neuroplasticity Protocols & Online Lecture https://youtu.be/Oo7hQapFe3M  00:11:20 Feeding, Fasting, Performance 00:13:50 Calories-In, Calories-Out (CICO); Perfect Diets 00:19:48 Feeding-Induced Health Conditions  00:25:33 Time Restricted Eating: When We Eat Is Vital 00:29:45 The Eight Hour Feeding Window  00:31:26 Feeding Deep Into the Night Is Bad (In Humans) 00:36:33 Liver Health 00:39:45 Time Restricted Feeding Protocol: Rules 00:41:35 When to Start & Stop Eating 00:45:38 Gastric Clearance, Linking Fasting to Sleep 00:52:35 Effects of Specific Categories of Food 00:55:40 Precision In Fasting: Protocol Build 00:59:30 4-6 Hour Feeding Windows 01:03:08 Protein Consumption & Timing for Muscle 01:08:13 How to Shift Your Eating Window 01:13:20 Glucose Clearing, Exercise & Compounds 01:22:37 Blood Glucose: Monitoring, mTOR & Related Pathways 01:27:40 Gut Health: Fasting, Clock Genes and Microbiota 01:29:15 Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver  01:32:00 Effects of Fasting on Hormones: Testosterone, Cortisol 01:38:40 Fertility 01:41:50 8-Hour Feeding Window: Weight Loss Without Calorie Counting 01:43:20 Eating Every-Other-Day  01:45:29 Adherence 01:47:15 Mental Focus & Clarity 01:49:12 Enhancing Weight Loss from Body Fat: Hepatic Lipase 01:53:15 What Breaks a Fast? Rules & Context 01:58:50 Artificial Sweeteners, Plant-Based Sweeteners 02:01:42 Glucose Clearing II, Cinnamon, Acidity, Salt 02:06:42 My Circadian Clock, Zero-App  02:08:20 Odd (But Common) Questions 02:09:23 Effects of Sauna & Dehydration on Blood Glucose 02:11:12 The Ideal Fasting Protocol  02:24:00 More Resources, Ways to Support Us, Supplements Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com 

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
Dr. Craig Heller: Using Temperature To Optimize Performance, Brain & Body Health| Episode 40

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 111:36


Huberman Lab Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Don't use cold towels or sponges on the neck! This will send false signals to the brain about your thermoregulationCooling the face, hands, and bottom of your feet will cool you twice as fast as anywhere elseHeat on hands can hinder performance – keep the palms of your hands cool during exercise: avoid gloves if possible since they trap heat, loosen the grip on handlebars or device when safe“Failure” of rep is actually due to how hot the working muscles get, not simply lack of strengthIf you are experiencing hypothermia, try using warm pads or water bottles placed at your feetRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgThis episode I am joined by Dr. Craig Heller, Professor of Biology at Stanford University and world expert on the science of temperature regulation. We discuss how the body and brain maintain temperature under different conditions and how most everyone uses the wrong approach to cool off or heat up. Dr. Heller teaches us the best ways and in doing so, explains how to offset hyperthermia and hypothermia. He also explains how we can use the precise timing and location of cooling on our body to greatly enhance endurance and weight training performance. He describes how cooling technology discovered and engineered in his laboratory has led to a tripling of anaerobic (weight training) performance and allowed endurance athletes to run further and faster, as well as to eliminate delayed onset muscle soreness. Dr. Heller explains how heat impairs muscular and mental performance, and how to cool the brain to reduce inflammation and to enhance sleep and cognition. We discuss how anyone can apply these principles for themselves, even their dogs! Our conversation includes both many practical tools and mechanistic science.   Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com -- code "huberman" InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman Athletic Greens - https://www.athleticgreens.com/huberman   Support Research in Huberman Lab at Stanford: https://hubermanlab.stanford.edu/giving   Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman   Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com  Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Links: Dr. Heller's Website - https://profiles.stanford.edu/h-craig-heller CoolMitt Technology - https://www.coolmitt.com  Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introducing Dr. Craig Heller, Physiology & Performance 00:02:00 Sponsors: Roka, Inside Tracker, Athletic Greens 00:06:45 Cold Showers, Ice Baths, Cryotherapy 00:10:45 Boundary Layers  00:11:55 Cooling Before Aerobic Activity to Enhance Performance 00:14:45 Anaerobic Activity Locally Increases Muscle Heat 00:16:45 Temperature Gates Our Energy Use  00:19:00 Local Versus Systemic Fatigue: Heat Is Why We Fail 00:22:10 Cooling Off: Most Methods are Counterproductive 00:26:43 Exercise-Induced Brain Fog 00:27:45 Hyperthermia 00:31:50 Best Body Sites for Cooling: Palms, Foot Pads, Upper Face  00:38:00 Cooling Your Brain via The Upper Face; Concussion 00:41:25 Extraordinary (Tripling!) Performance by Cooling the Palms 00:45:35 Enhancing Recovery, Eliminating Soreness w/Intra-workout Cooling 00:50:00 Multiple Sclerosis: Heat Sensitivity & Amelioration with Cooling 00:51:00 Enhancing Endurance with Proper Cooling 00:53:00 Cool Mitt, Ice-Cold Is Too Cold, 3 Minutes Cooling 00:58:20 How You Can Use Palmer Cooling to Enhance Performance 01:01:15 Radiation, Convection, Heat-Transfer, Role of Surface Area 01:04:40 Hypothermia Story, Ideal Re-Heating Strategy 01:11:40 Paw-lmer Cooling for Dog Health & Performance 01:12:45 Warming Up, & Varying Temperature Around the Body 01:17:35 Cooling-Enhanced Performance Is Permanent 01:19:55 Anabolic Steroids versus Palmer Cooling 01:24:00 Female Athletic Performance  01:25:18 Shivering & Cold, Metabolism 01:26:55 Studies of Bears & Hibernation, Brown Fat 01:31:10 Brown Fat Distribution & Activation In Humans 01:34:18 Brain Freeze, Ice Headache: Blood Pressure, Headache 01:37:50 Fidgeters, Non-Exercise Induced Thermogenesis 01:39:44 How Pre-Workout Drinks, & Caffeine May Inhibit Performance 01:43:42 Sleep, Cold, Warm Baths, Screens, & Socks 01:48:44 Synthesis 01:49:30 Supporting the Podcast & Scientific Research    Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com 

Knights And Nerds - A Dungeons & Dragons Podcast
The Faerun Four episode 7 - Rhythmic Squish

Knights And Nerds - A Dungeons & Dragons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 95:34


This week in Dungeons and Dragons... having defeated the hobgoblins, the party ventures into the depths of the sunless citadel. Cas goes beast mode without using wild shape. Thorne and Hugo exchange words.   We have a Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/knightsandnerds   Check out our Discord: https://discord.com/invite/kdVrP5UMB6   Social Media https://www.facebook.com/knightsandnerdspodcast/ https://www.instagram.com/knightsandnerds/ https://twitter.com/knightsandnerds   Background music by Tabletopaudio.com

The Filmmakers Podcast
Masterclass in Indie Documentary Making with One Man and His Shoes producer Will Thorne & director Yemi Bamiro

The Filmmakers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 54:27


On today's show, Giles Alderson welcomes producer Will Thorne and director Yemi Bamiro to talk about the journey of their latest documentary, One Man and His Shoes (2020). Will and Yemi dive deep into the making of their indie documentary. How it all started with a little short, how they financed the movie themselves in the beginning, and how they managed to bring on more and more people. They discuss what it was like to do all the paperwork for their first feature project, why hiring a lawyer is important, and what it takes to do a successful Crowdfunder. They also talk about how they put all the footage together, where they got their archive footage from, and share all of the various worries that they had while working on this documentary for 8 years. This is a true masterclass in making an indie documentary. And it was an absolute joy to chat with Will and Yemi. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy this week's episode with Will Thorne and Yemi Bamiro.   ONE MAN AND HIS SHOES is out NOW! It tells the story of the phenomenon of Air Jordan sneakers showing their social, cultural and racial significance and how ground-breaking marketing strategies created a multi-billion-dollar business.   EPISODE LINKS Watch ONE MAN AND HIS SHOES now | TRAILER Follow ONE MAN AND HIS SHOES on INSTAGRAM Follow BREAK EM FILMS on TWITTER Follow YEMI BAMIRO on TWITTER   PATREON Big thank you to: Marli J Monroe Kevin Pybus Want your name in the show notes? Join our Patreon for bonus episodes, industry survival guides and feedback on your film projects! Our new 4 tier structure is in place. Come join the community! https://www.patreon.com/thefilmmakerspodcast   EVENTS & CROWDFUNDERS Join us on ClubHouse on Thursday's 6.30 here: GMT https://www.joinclubhouse.com/event/M5X0Qzvx   SUPPORT THE PODCAST Read & Sign Up for The Wrap Up – Our weekly Newsletter with news and information from the world of film Spread the Word with Our Merch T-Shirts, Hoodies, Mugs, Masks and Water Bottles all now available in some very cool designs. Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Podbean, or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us out and write us a review (a good one!), tell your friends and CHOOSE FILM. Get in touch? Email us thefilmmakerspodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter Facebook and Instagram Check out our full episode archive at TheFilmmakersPodcast.com   CREDITS The Filmmakers Podcast is hosted and written by Giles Alderson @gilesalderson Produced by Giles Alderson, Robbie McKane @robbiemckane & Samuel Evans @SamuelHEvans_ Edited by @tobiasvees Social Media by Kalli Pasqualucci @kallieep Logo and Banner Art by Lois Creative  Theme Music by John J. Harvey Part of the www.podfixnetwork.squarespace.com   WATCH OUR FILMS The Dare UK | Trailer The Dare Canada and USA A Serial Killers Guide to Life | Trailer Arthur & Merlin: Knights of Camelot Winter Ridge UK The Isle Fanged Up The Marker Star Wars: Origins   MORE FROM OUR FRIENDS Follow our Regular Hosts @LucindaRhodes @DirDomLenoir @35mmdop @philmblog @IanSharp1 @Cjamesdirect @dan710ths Follow Make Your Film for Live Events with our Guests @makeyourfilm20  Follow our Movies @thedaremovie @Food4ThoughtDoc @FangedUpFilm Raindance events www.raindance.org The Filmmakers Podcast recommends Performance Insurance Music from musicbed.com Giles Alderson's website

Huberman Lab
Dr. Craig Heller: Using Temperature To Optimize Performance, Brain & Body Health| Episode 40

Huberman Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 111:36


This episode I am joined by Dr. Craig Heller, Professor of Biology at Stanford University and world expert on the science of temperature regulation. We discuss how the body and brain maintain temperature under different conditions and how most everyone uses the wrong approach to cool off or heat up. Dr. Heller teaches us the best ways and in doing so, explains how to offset hyperthermia and hypothermia. He also explains how we can use the precise timing and location of cooling on our body to greatly enhance endurance and weight training performance. He describes how cooling technology discovered and engineered in his laboratory has led to a tripling of anaerobic (weight training) performance and allowed endurance athletes to run further and faster, as well as to eliminate delayed onset muscle soreness. Dr. Heller explains how heat impairs muscular and mental performance, and how to cool the brain to reduce inflammation and to enhance sleep and cognition. We discuss how anyone can apply these principles for themselves, even their dogs! Our conversation includes both many practical tools and mechanistic science.   Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com -- code "huberman" InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman Athletic Greens - https://www.athleticgreens.com/huberman   Support Research in Huberman Lab at Stanford: https://hubermanlab.stanford.edu/giving   Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman   Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com  Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Links: Dr. Heller's Website - https://profiles.stanford.edu/h-craig-heller CoolMitt Technology - https://www.coolmitt.com  Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introducing Dr. Craig Heller, Physiology & Performance 00:02:00 Sponsors: Roka, Inside Tracker, Athletic Greens 00:06:45 Cold Showers, Ice Baths, Cryotherapy 00:10:45 Boundary Layers  00:11:55 Cooling Before Aerobic Activity to Enhance Performance 00:14:45 Anaerobic Activity Locally Increases Muscle Heat 00:16:45 Temperature Gates Our Energy Use  00:19:00 Local Versus Systemic Fatigue: Heat Is Why We Fail 00:22:10 Cooling Off: Most Methods are Counterproductive 00:26:43 Exercise-Induced Brain Fog 00:27:45 Hyperthermia 00:31:50 Best Body Sites for Cooling: Palms, Foot Pads, Upper Face  00:38:00 Cooling Your Brain via The Upper Face; Concussion 00:41:25 Extraordinary (Tripling!) Performance by Cooling the Palms 00:45:35 Enhancing Recovery, Eliminating Soreness w/Intra-workout Cooling 00:50:00 Multiple Sclerosis: Heat Sensitivity & Amelioration with Cooling 00:51:00 Enhancing Endurance with Proper Cooling 00:53:00 Cool Mitt, Ice-Cold Is Too Cold, 3 Minutes Cooling 00:58:20 How You Can Use Palmer Cooling to Enhance Performance 01:01:15 Radiation, Convection, Heat-Transfer, Role of Surface Area 01:04:40 Hypothermia Story, Ideal Re-Heating Strategy 01:11:40 Paw-lmer Cooling for Dog Health & Performance 01:12:45 Warming Up, & Varying Temperature Around the Body 01:17:35 Cooling-Enhanced Performance Is Permanent 01:19:55 Anabolic Steroids versus Palmer Cooling 01:24:00 Female Athletic Performance  01:25:18 Shivering & Cold, Metabolism 01:26:55 Studies of Bears & Hibernation, Brown Fat 01:31:10 Brown Fat Distribution & Activation In Humans 01:34:18 Brain Freeze, Ice Headache: Blood Pressure, Headache 01:37:50 Fidgeters, Non-Exercise Induced Thermogenesis 01:39:44 How Pre-Workout Drinks, & Caffeine May Inhibit Performance 01:43:42 Sleep, Cold, Warm Baths, Screens, & Socks 01:48:44 Synthesis 01:49:30 Supporting the Podcast & Scientific Research    Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com 

Huberman Lab
Controlling Your Dopamine For Motivation, Focus & Satisfaction | Episode 39

Huberman Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 136:32


This episode serves as a sort of “Dopamine Masterclass”. I discuss the immensely powerful chemical that we all make in our brain and body: dopamine. I describe what it does and the neural circuits involved. I explain dopamine peaks and baselines, and the cell biology of dopamine depletion. I include 14 tools for how to control your dopamine release for sake of motivation, focus, avoiding and combating addiction and depression, and I explain why dopamine stacking with chemicals and behaviors inevitably leads to states of underwhelm and poor performance. I explain how to achieve sustained increases in baseline dopamine, compounds that injure and protect dopamine neurons including caffeine from specific sources. I describe non-prescription supplements for increasing dopamine—both their benefits and risks—and synergy of pro-dopamine supplements with those that increase acetylcholine.    Thank you to our sponsors: ROKA - https://www.roka.com -- code "huberman" InsideTracker - https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman  Headspace - https://www.headspace.com/specialoffer    Logitech Event - Rethink Education: The Biology of Learning Thursday, Sept. 30 at 12pm PT / 3pm ET Sign up here: https://info.logitech.com/ReThink-Education.html    Support Research in Huberman Lab at Stanford: https://hubermanlab.stanford.edu/giving   Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com  Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Links: Review on Dopamine - https://doi.org/10.1038/  s41583-021-00455-7  Cold Exposure & Dopamine - https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs004210050065    Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introduction & Tool 1 to Induce Lasting Dopamine 00:04:48 Sponsors: Roka, InsideTracker, Headspace 00:09:10 Upcoming (Zero-Cost) Neuroplasticity Seminar for Educators 00:09:58 What Dopamine (Really) Does 00:15:30 Two Main Neural Circuits for Dopamine  00:18:14 How Dopamine Is Released: Locally and Broadly 00:22:03 Fast and Slow Effects of Dopamine 00:25:03 Dopamine Neurons Co-Release Glutamate 00:28:00 Your Dopamine History Really Matters  00:30:30 Parkinson's & Drugs That Kill Dopamine Neurons. My Dopamine Experience  00:36:58 Tool 3 Controlling Dopamine Peaks & Baselines 00:40:06 Chocolate, Sex (Pursuit & Behavior), Nicotine, Cocaine, Amphetamine, Exercise 00:46:46 Tool 4 Caffeine Increases Dopamine Receptors 00:49:54 Pursuit, Excitement & Your “Dopamine Setpoint” 00:56:46 Your Pleasure-Pain Balance & Defining “Pain” 01:00:00 Addiction, Dopamine Depletion, & Replenishing Dopamine 01:07:50 Tool 5 Ensure Your Best (Healthy) Dopamine Release 01:15:28 Smart Phones: How They Alter Our Dopamine Circuits 01:19:45 Stimulants & Spiking Dopamine: Counterproductive for Work, Exercise & Attention 01:22:20 Caffeine Sources Matter: Yerba Mate & Dopamine Neuron Protection 01:24:20 Caffeine & Neurotoxicity of MDMA 01:26:15 Amphetamine, Cocaine & Detrimental Rewiring of Dopamine Circuits 01:27:57 Ritalin, Adderall, (Ar)Modafinil: ADHD versus non-Prescription Uses 01:28:45 Tool 6 Stimulating Long-Lasting Increases in Baseline Dopamine  01:37:55 Tool 7 Tuning Your Dopamine for Ongoing Motivation 01:47:40 Tool 8 Intermittent Fasting: Effects on Dopamine  01:53:09 Validation of Your Pre-Existing Beliefs Increases Dopamine 01:53:50 Tool 9 Quitting Sugar & Highly Palatable Foods: 48 Hours 01:55:36 Pornography 01:56:50 Wellbutrin & Depression & Anxiety 01:58:30 Tool 10 Mucuna Pruriens, Prolactin, Sperm, Crash Warning 02:01:45 Tool 11 L-Tyrosine: Dosages, Duration of Effects & Specificity 02:05:20 Tool 12 Avoiding Melatonin Supplementation, & Avoiding Light 10pm-4am 02:07:00 Tool 13 Phenylethylamine (with Alpha-GPC) For Dopamine Focus/Energy 02:08:20 Tool 14 Huperzine A 02:10:02 Social Connections, Oxytocin & Dopamine Release 02:12:20 Direct & Indirect Effects: e.g., Maca; Synthesis & Application 02:14:22 Zero-Cost & Other Ways To Support Podcast & Research   Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com 

Huberman Lab
Dr. Matthew Johnson: Psychedelic Medicine | Episode 38

Huberman Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 172:05


This episode I discuss medical research on psychedelic compounds with Dr. Matthew Johnson, Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. We discuss the biology and medical clinical-trial uses of psilocybin, MDMA, ayahuasca, DMT, and LSD. Dr. Johnson teaches us what the clinical trials in his lab are revealing about the potential these compounds hold for the treatment of depression, addiction, trauma, eating disorders, ADHD, and other disorders of the mind. Dr. Johnson describes a typical psychedelic experiment in his laboratory, start to finish, including the conditions for optimal clinical outcomes. And he explains some of the potential hazards and common misconceptions and pitfalls related to psychedelic medicine. Dr. Johnson explains flashbacks, the heightened risks of certain people and age groups using psychedelics and the ever evolving legal and pharmaceutical industry landscape surrounding psychedelics. Dr. Johnson also explains how the scientific study of psychedelics is likely to set the trajectory of psychiatric medicine in the years to come. Dr. Johnson is among a small handful of researchers who have pioneered the clinical study of these powerful compounds. He has unprecedented insight into how they can be woven into other psychiatric treatments, changing ones sense of self and of reality.   Thank you to our sponsors: Athletic Greens - http://www.athleticgreens.com/huberman Belcampo - http://www.belcampo.com/huberman InsideTracker - http://www.insidetracker.com/huberman   Dr. Matthew Johnson Social Media:  Twitter: https://twitter.com/drug_researcher  Instagram: https://instagram.com/drug_researcher    Our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman    Supplements from Thorne: http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman    Social: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab  Twitter - https://twitter.com/hubermanlab  Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab  Website - https://hubermanlab.com  Newsletter - https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network    Links: Dr. Johnson's Website at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine - https://hopkinspsychedelic.org/johnson Chris Letheby's forthcoming book - https://amzn.to/3nMTaAs     Timestamps: 00:00:00 Introducing Dr. Matthew Johnson 00:02:10 Supporting Sponsors 00:06:40 ‘Psychedelics' Defined 00:14:09 Hallucinations, Synesthesia, Altered Space-Time Perception 00:19:56 Serotonin & Dopamine  00:23:50 Ketamine & Glutamate  00:28:00 An Example Psychedelic Experiment 00:37:30 ‘Letting Go' with Psychedelics 00:44:10 Our Mind's Eye 00:48:00 Redefining Your Sense of Self  00:58:56 Exporting Psychedelic Learnings to Daily Life 01:04:36 Flashbacks 01:12:10 Ayahuasca, & ASMR, Kundalini Breathing 01:15:54 MDMA, DMT 01:26:00 Dangers of Psychedelics, Bad Trips, Long-Lasting Psychosis 01:38:15 Micro-Dosing 01:56:45 Risks for Kids, Adolescents & Teenagers; Future Clinical Trials 02:03:40 Legal Status: Decriminalization vs. Legalization vs. Regulation 02:18:35 Psychedelics for Treating Concussion & Traumatic Brain Injury  02:27:45 Shifting Trends in Psychedelic Research, Academic Culture 02:44:23 Participating in a Clinical Trial, Online Survey Studies, Breathwork  02:50:38 Conclusions, Subscribing & Supporting the HLP, Supplements Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.   Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac - https://www.blabacphoto.com

The WODcast Podcast
484 David Vanderveen - C0-founder XS Energy Drink

The WODcast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 105:01


Growing up in West Michigan, David Vanderveen and his older brother learned how to surf among the sometimes ferocious fresh-water waves created during storms on Lake Michigan. He was arrested for skateboarding in empty city pools and was kicked out of school three times—twice for his poetry (once in 7th grade and again during his junior year at Wheaton College) and once for his exceptional cocktail mixology skills (also in 7th grade, but not at Wheaton). After some negotiations and promises to stop with the poetry, David matriculated to and graduated from Calvin College, Wheaton's sister school, with degrees in philosophy and political science. Due to a market shortage of philosophy career positions, he worked as an daily news editor and hand model in Japan, a director of public affairs in Michigan, co-founder of a bespoke crystal-powered chakra aligning jewelry company in the Midwest, a marketing director in the Napa Valley, the co-founder of a chaotic Venezuelan biotech and pharmaceutical company, a grassroots political organizer, an exporter of artificial heart valves to Pakistan, a technology sales and marketing executive, and chief technology officer at a series of small and large tech companies. David participated in the Dot-Com revolution (neither proletariat nor bourgeoisie) and briefly owned a small Red Bull distributorship as part of said revolution. Never one to quit, he failed to get off the Dot-Com merry-go-round before the music ran out. He left tech when the founder of Znetix, where David was the CTO, was arrested for the largest case of investor fraud in Washington State's history. Oh, and David also co-founded XS, a global energy drink brand that has generated over US $2 billion in revenue, sold more than one billion cans, and shared over US$500 million in profits with an army of independent business owners around the world. David has leapt from the frying pan into the fire multiple times and lived to tell about it. He doesn't recommend it. That said, if you're interested in a career-as-roller-coaster-ride and life as an adventure, David has a lot to offer. Exclusive to WODcast listeners: * THORNE: Health solutions Trusted by 40,000 medical professionals, over 100 professional and collegiate sports teams, the UFC, and now CrossFit. Thorne, the Official Supplement Partner of CrossFit. . Our exclusive WODCAST storefront can be found at thorne.com/u/wodcast – shop here for our crossfit 20% off discount. * MUDWTR is a coffee alternative with 1/7th the caffeine as a cup of coffee. Rather than relying on hundreds of milligrams of caffeine for energy mud leans on functional mushrooms and adaptogens for energy without the jitters and crash of caffeine. Visit mudwtr.com/wodcast to support the show and use code WODCAST at check out for $5 off