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    • Understanding the Different Types and Stages of SleepSleep consists of non REM and REM stages, with non REM stages 3 and 4 being the deepest. Sleep cycles alternate between these stages with more deep non REM sleep in the first half and more REM sleep in the second half.

      Sleep is divided into two main types: non rapid eye movement (non REM) sleep and rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. Non REM sleep is further divided into four stages, with stages 3 and 4 being the deepest phases. REM sleep is the stage where most dreaming occurs. These two types of sleep engage in a battle for brain domination throughout the night, with a 90-minute sleep cycle being repeated. The ratio of non REM to REM sleep within these cycles changes throughout the night, with more deep non REM sleep in the first half and more REM sleep in the second half. Each stage of sleep is important, and no one stage is considered more important than the others from an evolutionary standpoint.

    • The importance of sleep for brain and body functioningGetting 7 to 9 hours of sleep is crucial for most individuals to avoid impairments in cognitive abilities, mood, immune response, and other factors that can negatively impact overall functioning.

      Different stages of sleep serve different functions for our brain and body, and mother nature has preserved them for a reason. There is a wide variability in sleep needs across the population, and the recommended sleep duration is between 7 to 9 hours. Going below 7 hours can lead to measurable impairments in brain and body functioning for most individuals. While there are genetic short sleepers who can function normally on 6 to 6.5 hours of sleep, the chances of being one of them are statistically low. Furthermore, even those who claim to be fine with 5 or 6 hours of sleep may be resilient in some aspects but vulnerable in others. Assessing cognitive abilities, mood, immune response, and other factors reveals that lack of sleep affects different individuals in different ways. Overall, prioritizing sufficient sleep is essential for optimal functioning.

    • The Importance of Getting Enough SleepPrioritizing sleep is crucial for maintaining good health. Insufficient sleep can lead to hypertension and a weakened immune system. Pay attention to your body's natural sleep patterns and address any sleep debt you may have.

      It is important to ensure we are getting enough sleep to avoid potential health issues. Insufficient sleep can lead to severe hypertension and a weakened immune system, which many people may not be aware of. One way to determine if we are getting enough sleep is by asking ourselves if we would sleep past our alarm clock if it didn't go off in the morning. If the answer is yes, it suggests that our body still needs more sleep. It is also interesting to note that many people carry a chronic lingering sleep debt, which is why the snooze button exists. It is crucial to prioritize sleep and address any sleep debt we may have, as the average amount of sleep has significantly decreased over the past century. However, it is important to note that trying to force more sleep can have potential dangers, and it is essential to listen to our body's natural sleep patterns.

    • The Importance of Adequate Sleep for Optimal FunctioningPrioritizing enough sleep is crucial for our overall well-being, as insufficient sleep can have negative effects on our daily functioning. Instead of forcing sleep, engage in relaxing activities until feeling sleepy.

      Getting insufficient amounts of sleep can have negative effects on our overall well-being, and it is important to prioritize adequate sleep to function optimally during the day. Matthew Walker, a scientist specializing in sleep, explains that consistently getting only 5 hours of sleep per night is likely not enough for most people. He suggests that if someone needs caffeine to function in the morning, they may be self-medicating a chronic sleep debt. Additionally, Walker warns against lying in bed awake for long periods as it can create a negative association with sleep, making it harder to fall asleep. Instead, he advises getting out of bed and engaging in relaxing activities until feeling sleepy. Trying to force sleep is counterproductive, as sleep is not something we can consciously control.

    • The Importance of Caffeine Consumption Timing for Good Sleep HealthLimit caffeine intake at least 10 hours before bedtime and avoid excessive consumption to maintain quality sleep and minimize negative health effects.

      The dose and timing of caffeine consumption are crucial for maintaining good sleep health. While caffeine can have health benefits due to its antioxidant content, it is important to be mindful of its stimulant properties. Caffeine can harm sleep in multiple ways, including making it harder to fall asleep and stay asleep. It has a long half-life, meaning a significant amount remains in the system hours after consumption. It is recommended to cut off caffeine intake at least 10 hours before bedtime to minimize its impact on sleep. Excessive caffeine intake, beyond 3-4 cups a day, can lead to negative health effects and also disrupt sleep. Therefore, moderation and awareness of the timing of caffeine consumption are essential for quality sleep.

    • The Negative Effects of Caffeine and Alcohol on SleepCaffeine and alcohol can disrupt sleep by reducing deep sleep, activating the fight or flight response, blocking REM sleep, and causing hormonal imbalances. Being mindful of these effects is important for maintaining good sleep quality.

      Caffeine and alcohol can have significant negative effects on sleep. Caffeine can decrease deep sleep, even with just one to two cups of coffee in the evening, resulting in a 20 to 40% reduction in sleep. Alcohol, often mistaken as a sleep aid, sedates the brain rather than promoting natural sleep. It can activate the fight or flight response in the body, causing sleep fragmentation and mimicking sleep maintenance insomnia. Additionally, alcohol blocks rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, which is important for mental health, creativity, learning, memory, and hormone regulation. It can lead to hormonal imbalances, such as a decrease in growth hormone by up to 50%. While one bad night of sleep is not catastrophic, it is important to be aware of the negative impact of caffeine and alcohol on sleep quality.

    • Understanding the Complexity of InsomniaInsomnia is more than just difficulty falling asleep. Various factors contribute to its development, including stress, genetics, caffeine use, and underlying conditions. Recognizing this complexity is crucial for proper care and support.

      Insomnia is a complex condition with various factors contributing to its development. It is not solely about difficulty falling asleep, but also includes problems with staying asleep, waking up too early, or feeling unrestored despite getting enough sleep. Currently, the criteria for diagnosing clinical grade insomnia is stringent, leaving many individuals without proper medical attention or treatment. Stress and anxiety are identified as major causes of insomnia, but other factors like genetic heritability, excessive caffeine use, and underlying conditions such as chronic pain can also play a role. It is important to recognize and address the multifaceted nature of insomnia in order to provide appropriate care and support to those affected.

    • Improving Sleep by Addressing Chronic Pain: The Role of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for InsomniaCognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBTI) is an effective treatment for improving sleep quality by addressing chronic pain and reducing mental distress, anxiety, and stress.

      Chronic pain at night can disrupt sleep, and addressing the pain can lead to improved sleep. Insomnia is often linked to mental distress, anxiety, and stress, with the underlying biological basis being the hyper arousal model, which refers to an overactive nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system, responsible for fight or flight responses, needs to disengage for sleep to occur easily. Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBTI) is recommended as the first-line treatment, focusing on cognitive and behavioral techniques. If unable to sleep, it is advised to get out of bed and do something different. Alternatively, practicing cognitive reappraisal or recontextualizing can help reduce frustration and stress, allowing for a restful mindset. Letting go of the pressure to sleep and embracing relaxation can often lead to a boomerang effect, where sleep naturally returns.

    • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia: A Long-Term Solution for Better SleepCognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia equips individuals with tools to control their sleep and provides sustained improvement, making it a better long-term solution compared to sleeping pills.

      Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia is an effective long-term solution compared to sleeping pills. The therapy equips individuals with tools and knowledge to control their sleep, leading to sustained improvement even after treatment ends. On the other hand, sleeping pills may provide short-term relief but can result in rebound insomnia and should only be used in acute or reactive situations, combined with therapy. Another powerful tool in cognitive behavioral therapy is bedtime rescheduling, also known as sleep restriction therapy. By gradually reducing the time spent in bed, individuals increase sleep pressure and build up healthy sleepiness, ultimately teaching the brain to crave sleep. This approach aims to improve sleep efficiency and overall sleep quality. So, if you or someone you know is struggling with sleep problems, consider cognitive behavioral therapy as a long-term solution for better sleep.

    • Sleep Restriction Therapy and Temperature Regulation for Better SleepSleep restriction therapy involves gradually reducing time in bed to improve sleep efficiency, while temperature regulation is crucial for achieving high-quality, uninterrupted sleep.

      Sleep restriction therapy can help improve sleep efficiency by creating a demand for sleep and retraining the brain to sleep continuously. This therapy involves gradually reducing the amount of time spent in bed, similar to how one would spend less time in the gym during a workout. By limiting the time in bed, the brain learns to prioritize the essential task of sleep and becomes more efficient at achieving high-quality sleep. Additionally, temperature plays a significant role in regulating sleep. Studies have shown that temperature can dictate when individuals naturally feel sleepy or wake up. The body and brain need to experience a drop in core temperature for effective and uninterrupted sleep throughout the night.

    • The Role of Temperature in SleepTemperature impacts our ability to fall asleep and stay asleep. Warming up before bed helps lower our core body temperature, while a cool bedroom temperature is recommended for staying asleep. Increasing core body temperature upon waking helps with waking up.

      Temperature plays a crucial role in falling asleep and staying asleep. It is easier to fall asleep in a room that is too cold because it helps lower our core body temperature, which is important for good sleep. However, there is a twist to this story. Before falling asleep, we need to warm up our extremities like hands and feet, as it brings the warm blood from our core to the skin surface, allowing for a significant thermal evacuation of heat. This is why warm baths or showers help with sleep since getting out of them drops our core body temperature. To stay asleep, a cool bedroom temperature is recommended. As we approach waking up, our core body temperature starts to increase again, which helps wake us up. This 3-step stanza illustrates the process: warm up to cool down to fall asleep, stay cool to stay asleep, and warm up to wake up. And that's why a cup of coffee in the morning can make us feel better.

    • The Potential Dangers of Sleep Tracking DevicesWhile sleep trackers can be helpful, excessive focus on perfecting sleep patterns can lead to anxiety and worsen sleep quality. It's important to use trackers as information tools, without letting them negatively impact mental health or quality of life.

      While sleep tracking devices can be useful for monitoring sleep patterns, they can also have negative effects on mental well-being. Some individuals may become overly focused and anxious about perfecting their sleep, leading to a condition called Orthosomnia. This anxiety can actually worsen sleep quality and disrupt overall sleep patterns. Therefore, for about 10% of the population, it may be beneficial to take a break from sleep trackers and return to the basic principles of good sleep. Becoming hyper-competitive or gamifying sleep can also be dangerous, as it may dictate one's entire day based on sleep scores. It's important to use sleep trackers as tools for information and not let them negatively impact mental health or quality of life.

    • The potential drawbacks of sleep trackers and the importance of accuracy and form factor.Knowing you had a bad night's sleep can negatively impact your cognitive performance, so choose a sleep tracker that is accurate and comfortable. Monitoring sleep efficiency can also help maintain overall health.

      Sleep trackers can provide valuable insights about the quality of your sleep, but they also come with potential pitfalls. While it can be informative to know how well you slept, this knowledge can also have a negative psychological impact. The experiment mentioned in the conversation showed that even when two groups had the same amount of sleep, the group informed of their insufficient sleep performed poorly on cognitive tests. This suggests that knowing you had a bad night's sleep can create a psychological burden that affects your performance. Therefore, it's important to consider both the accuracy and form factor of sleep trackers when choosing one. The ora ring, mentioned by Matthew Walker, is praised for its combination of accuracy and comfortable design. Additionally, focusing on metrics like sleep efficiency can be helpful for monitoring overall health.

    • The Importance of Comprehensive Health Assessment and Growth MindsetAssessing health requires considering multiple measures, such as sleep efficiency, REM sleep, non-REM sleep, and sleep latency. It is vital to be open to learning, critiques, and correcting mistakes in order to improve overall health.

      When assessing someone's health, it is important to consider multiple measures instead of relying on just one. Matthew Walker explains that while sleep efficiency is important, it is also crucial to monitor REM sleep, non-REM sleep, and sleep latency. Sleep latency, or the time it takes to fall asleep, should not be too quick or too long, indicating a balanced sleep. Additionally, Walker addresses the controversy he faced after writing his book on sleep. He welcomes critiques and acknowledges errors in the first edition, which have been corrected. He emphasizes the importance of being open to learning and correcting mistakes promptly. Overall, this conversation highlights the significance of comprehensive health assessment and a growth mindset towards improvement.

    • Embracing Feedback and Learning from MistakesMatthew Walker values feedback, evaluates controversies, admits and corrects errors, and develops strategies to avoid repeating them, emphasizing the importance of learning from mistakes.

      Matthew Walker values feedback and embraces the opportunity to learn from his mistakes. Regardless of how errors are conveyed, he expresses gratitude to those who point them out and takes the time to evaluate the controversy or claims made. By comparing and contrasting the issue with objective data, he decides whether to embrace the correction or provide evidence-based reasoning for not agreeing. If he acknowledges an error, he openly admits it and takes steps to correct it, whether through discussions or revising his work. Moreover, he adopts a higher altitude approach by analyzing the steps that led to the mistake and develops a risk mitigation strategy to avoid repeating it. Although acknowledging imperfection can be challenging, Walker emphasizes the importance of learning from errors and not making the same mistake twice.

    • Embracing Controversy for Personal Growth and SuccessFacing controversy allows for self-development, courage, and resilience, leading to personal growth and achieving extraordinary results. Embracing valid critique helps in learning from mistakes and improving.

      Facing controversy can lead to important self-development, courage, and resilience. Matthew Walker expresses gratitude towards Shane Parrish for a tweet that reminded him of the significance of enduring criticism and not folding in the face of controversy. Walker realized that by withstanding controversy, one can emerge as a better version of themselves. They discuss how being able to handle controversy is essential for achieving extraordinary results and putting oneself out there. Walker also acknowledges the importance of listening to valid critique and learning from mistakes. He admits that some of the criticism he received was justified, highlighting the need for specificity and caution in scientific writing. Overall, this conversation emphasizes the value of embracing controversy for personal growth and success.

    • Embracing criticism for personal and intellectual growthBeing open to criticism and adapting our beliefs based on new information is essential for personal and intellectual growth.

      It is crucial to be open to criticism and controversy in order to grow and learn. It is necessary to constantly update our knowledge and adapt our beliefs based on new information, just like an adaptive model of machine learning. We should not fear changing our minds in the face of contradictory data, as the fear of being seen as wishy washy should not hinder our intellectual growth. Furthermore, it is important to put our armor on and be prepared for criticism when we step into the public arena. Additionally, the conversation highlights the importance of factors like caffeine, alcohol, nicotine, mental health, and understanding our chronotype in ensuring a good night's sleep.

    • The Role of Circadian Rhythm and Chronotype in Sleep PatternsUnderstanding your natural bedtime and wake-up preferences can optimize your sleep, while mismatches in chronotype and bedtime can lead to difficulty falling asleep. Maintaining regularity and avoiding drastic changes to your sleep routine is important for better sleep.

      Our circadian rhythm and individual chronotype play a crucial role in our sleep patterns. While we all have a 24-hour rhythm, the peak and trough of that rhythm vary across individuals. Understanding your natural bedtime and wake-up preferences can help optimize your sleep. Mismatching your chronotype with your bedtime can lead to difficulty falling asleep. Spending too much time in bed can also be detrimental to sleep quality. Unconventional tips for better sleep include avoiding compensatory behaviors after a bad night of sleep, such as sleeping in, going to bed earlier, napping, or consuming more caffeine. Instead, it is best to maintain regularity and refrain from making drastic changes to your sleep routine.

    • Tips for a Good Night's SleepStick to a regular waking up time, avoid napping, and establish a wind-down routine to improve sleep quality and overall well-being.

      Sleep is influenced by our habits and routines. To ensure a good night's sleep, it's important to stick to a regular waking up time, even after a bad night. Going to bed earlier won't necessarily make up for lost sleep either. Napping during the day can interfere with nighttime sleep, so it's best to avoid it or limit it to early afternoon and keep it short. Having a wind-down routine is crucial for both children and adults. It doesn't have to be reading or listening to a bedtime story, but finding something that helps disconnect and relax before bed. Counting sheep is just a myth and doesn't actually aid sleep. By understanding and implementing these tips, we can improve our sleep quality and overall well-being.

    • Using Mental Distraction for Better SleepEngaging in a mental activity, such as imagining a favorite walk or a car race, can help distract your mind from negative thoughts and improve your ability to fall asleep.

      Counting sheep does not help you fall asleep faster, but taking yourself on a mental journey can be effective. Engaging in a mental activity such as imagining a favorite walk or a car race can help distract your mind from rumination and catastrophizing, allowing you to fall asleep more easily. It is important to avoid reflecting or ruminating at bedtime because thoughts tend to become darker and more intense in the darkness of night. Additionally, removing clock faces from your bedroom can improve sleep quality by preventing you from constantly checking the time and becoming anxious about how long you've been awake. Overall, finding ways to shift your focus and create a peaceful mental state can greatly benefit your sleep.

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    (54:48) Dr. Patrick grades Shane's "GOAT" smoothie recipe

    (59:14) Grass-fed vs. non-grass fed

    (01:04:40) On vitamin D (Is sunscreen killing us more than the sun?)

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    #190 Brad Jacobs: Building a Business Empire

    #190 Brad Jacobs: Building a Business Empire
    Throughout his tenure, Brad Jacobs has built multiple billion-dollar companies. While there is no "playbook" for growing a business, he focuses on a few factors above all else in every company he operates, and in this conversation, he reveals them all.

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    #189 Chris Davis: Three Generations of Wealth

    #189 Chris Davis: Three Generations of Wealth

    Most families who obtain immense wealth squander it by the third generation. But Chris Davis comes from a family whose grandfather and father all became independently wealthy of each other, and Davis has done the same. How does that keep happening? In this conversation, we find out.

    Shane and Chris discuss life and investment lessons he learned from his father and grandfather, why writing is more important to clarify one's thinking no matter who's reading it, and the surprising benefit of reading physical newspapers and wearing ties to work. Davis also shares his value-investing philosophy, what he learned from working with and meeting Charlie Munger, and what parents can do to raise kids who aren't entitled. Davis talks about his alcohol drink tracker and why it's important to him, why he never puts himself in situations where envy can grow, and Warren Buffett's letter about why investment managers underperform.

    Chris Davis has been a Director of The Coca-Cola Company since April 2018. Davis is Chairman of Davis Selected Advisers-NY, Inc., an independent investment management firm founded in 1969. Davis joined Davis Selected Advisers-NY, Inc. in 1989 as a financial analyst and in 1995, he became a portfolio manager of the firm’s flagship funds. Prior to joining Davis Selected Advisers-NY, Inc., he served as a research analyst at Tanaka Capital Management and as an accountant at State Street Bank and Trust Co.

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    (03:20) Life lessons Davis learned from his grandfather and father

    (26:24) The importance of writing things no one reads

    (36:55) Davis' experiences through financial crises

    (52:31) Why Davis loves managing a mutual fund

    (55:49) Why Berkshire Hathaway operates with margin

    (01:01:05) What is risk?

    (01:04:02) On low interest rates and their future impact

    (01:14:46) The mismatched timelines between CEOs, companies, investors, and policy

    (01:22:19) How Davis and Munger met

    (01:30:20) Lessons learned from Munger

    (01:41:29) Why avoiding weaknesses is the ultimate recipe for success

    (01:55:46) How to raise non-entitled kids and avoid lifestyle creep

    (01:16:10) On happiness

    (02:27:00) Good vs. bad board meetings

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    #188: Bryan Johnson: Five Habits for Longer Living

    #188: Bryan Johnson: Five Habits for Longer Living
    What can you do (or avoid) tomorrow to guarantee you can live longer?

    In this episode, Bryan Johnson reveals the five simple disciplines you can start doing to live healthier and longer. Johnson shares what his daily routine looks like, the ins and outs of his experimentation process, and why he gave his father plasma.

    Johnson also opens up about the constant hate he receives from people online, how he deals with it all, and what he wishes he'd known when he sold his company.

    Bryan Johnson is the world's most measured human. Johnson sold his company to PayPal in 2013. Through Project Blueprint, Johnson has achieved metabolic health equal to the top 1.5% of 18 year olds, inflammation 66% lower than the average 10 year old, and reduced his speed of aging by the equivalent of 31 years.

    Johnson is also the founder of Kernel, creator of the world’s first mainstream non-invasive neuroimaging system; and OS Fund, where he invested in the predictable engineering of atoms, molecules, and organisms.

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    (00:03:45) On biographies

    (00:08:03) On depression and coping mechanisms

    (00:14:18) Self-destructive behavior and how to pitch Blueprint to someone

    (00:26:50) What a day looks like on Blueprint (exercise and what to eat)

    (00:42:06) How to turn Blueprint protocols into habits

    (00:45:17) Embracing the hate

    (00:49:07) The downsides and lessons of making money

    (00:59:22) The five habits

    (01:05:09) Why does posture matter?

    (01:07:48) Relationship between biological health and sexual health

    (01:09:50) Hair-loss prevention

    (01:15:46) Sunscreen, plastics, and other miscellaneous impacts on aging

    (01:18:30) How will AI help us?

    (01:22:10) On success

    Dr. Becky Kennedy: The One Thing You Can Say That Changes Everything

    Dr. Becky Kennedy: The One Thing You Can Say That Changes Everything

    Dr. Becky Kennedy shares the skills you need but didn't get taught on regulating emotions, setting boundaries, and the best sentence you can say when a partner tells you something difficult.

    While there is an obvious focus on parenting, the most surprising thing about this episode was how much of what we discussed applies to EVERY relationship in your life.

    Learn how to parent more effectively with less stress, repair after a disagreement, regulate emotions, and unlock the next level in all of your relationships. Listen and Learn

    Dubbed the “The Millennial Parenting Whisperer” by TIME Magazine, Dr. Kennedy is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Good Inside: A Guide to Becoming the Parent You Want to Be. She also hosts “Good Inside with Dr Becky,” the top kids and family show on Apple Podcasts.

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