Here are the 10 most popular episodes from the Huberman Lab Podcast in 2021 (in order of most downloads)
#1: Controlling Your Dopamine For Motivation, Focus & Satisfaction | Episode 39…
#2: ADHD & How Anyone Can Improve Their Focus | Episode 37…
#3: Master Your Sleep & Be More Alert When Awake | Episode 2…
#4: Effects of Fasting & Time Restricted Eating on Fat Loss & Health | Episode 41…
#5: How Your Brain Works & Changes | Episode 1…
#6: Dr. Matthew Walker: The Science & Practice of Perfecting Your Sleep | Episode 31 @sleepdiplomat…
#7: Maximizing Productivity, Physical & Mental Health with Daily Tools | Episode 28…
#8: Nutrients For Brain Health & Performance | Episode 42…
#9: Using Science to Optimize Sleep, Learning & Metabolism | Episode 3…
#10: Dr. Samer Hattar: Timing Your Light, Food, & Exercise for Optimal Sleep, Energy & Mood | Episode 43 @SamerHattar…

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15 Dec 21
Raising your stress threshold & not getting triggered is not a mysterious process. It involves learning to suppress action and speech despite high levels of adrenaline. Science supported tools for this = ice baths, cold showers, cyclic hyperventilation w/60sec pauses every min.
Of course be smart: don’t do the hyperventilation in water (!) and realize that the goal is not to become passively detached to your experience but rather to maintain mental clarity and adaptive decision making despite the increased adrenaline in your brain and body.
And yes, learning to remain quiet with high levels of adrenaline in your brain and body is useful. Don’t distract yourself by “going elsewhere” doing math or singing in your head, etc. Grit, resilience and mental toughness are about leaning in, not checking out.
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