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    Optimize Your Brain: 3 Important Habits for Productivity, Memory, and Longevity (Based on 200,000 Brain Scans)

    enAugust 07, 2023

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    • Prioritizing Brain Health for a Happier LifeTaking simple steps like supplements, healthy diet, sleep, and hydration can significantly improve symptoms of anxiety, depression, and ADHD, leading to better overall health and well-being.

      Taking care of your brain health is crucial for a happier and healthier life. Dr. Daniel Amon, a leading expert on Brain health, emphasizes the importance of improving the structure, functioning, and blood flow of the brain. By doing simple things like taking supplements, maintaining a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, and staying hydrated, you can make a significant difference in symptoms of anxiety, depression, and ADHD. It's like tuning up the engine in your car - to improve your overall health, you must prioritize your brain health. Dr. Amon's approach is not overwhelming but focuses on practical takeaways, making it accessible for everyone. So, start caring for your brain today and see the positive impact it has on your well-being.

    • Focusing on Brain Health for a Healthy Mind and Well-beingImproving brain health can enhance happiness, performance, and mental health. Simple actions like getting better sleep can have a quick and positive impact on our brain and mind.

      Taking care of our brain health is essential for a healthy mind and overall well-being. Dr. Daniel Amen emphasizes that mental illness is not the right term and instead focuses on brain health issues. By improving the physical functioning of our brain, we can enhance our mind, happiness, performance, and mental health. Simple actions like getting better sleep can have a quick and positive impact on our brain and mind. Dr. Amen stresses that our brain is involved in everything we do and is the organ responsible for our intelligence, character, and decision-making. Taking steps to improve brain health can lead to better overall functioning and decision-making abilities.

    • Prioritizing Brain Health for a Fulfilling LifeTaking care of your brain through healthy habits like avoiding harm, engaging in brain-stimulating activities, and positive affirmations leads to better decision-making and overall well-being.

      Taking care of your brain is crucial for overall well-being. Dr. Daniel Amen emphasizes that the brain is the organ that controls attractiveness, happiness, purpose, and even rage. Therefore, it is important to prioritize brain health. This can be achieved by following three steps: caring for the brain, avoiding anything that harms it, and regularly engaging in activities that improve brain function. One effective micro habit suggested by Dr. Amen is to ask yourself whether a certain action is good or bad for your brain before doing it. Additionally, starting the day with positive affirmations and ending it by reflecting on the good things that happened can contribute to a healthier mindset. Ultimately, valuing and nurturing your brain will lead to better decision-making and a more fulfilling life.

    • The Impact of Multivitamins and Omega-3 on Memory and Brain HealthTaking a high-quality multivitamin and omega-3 fatty acids can improve memory, brain function, and overall well-being. Boosting serotonin levels through sunlight exposure is also crucial for happiness and brain health.

      Taking a high-quality multivitamin can have a significant impact on memory and brain health. Dr. Daniel Amen mentions a study that showed people with memory problems experienced improved memory within a few months of taking a high-quality multivitamin. Additionally, omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil are beneficial for the brain, as they make up 25% of the nerve cell membranes in the brain. Deficiencies in omega-3 fatty acids can lead to slower brain function and have been associated with various negative effects, including depression, dementia, and ADHD. Boosting serotonin levels, which can be achieved through various means such as exposure to bright light and sunlight, is also important for happiness and overall brain health.

    • The Role of Serotonin and Dopamine in Mood and MotivationBalancing serotonin and dopamine levels is crucial for maintaining a healthy mood and motivation. Consuming tryptophan-rich foods and engaging in small bursts of pleasure can help optimize these neurotransmitters.

      Serotonin and dopamine are two important neurotransmitters in the brain. Serotonin is often associated with happiness, while dopamine is related to motivation and pleasure. The gut produces most of the serotonin in the body, which is then converted into the brain from tryptophan. Eating tryptophan-rich foods, such as turkey and sweet potatoes, along with carbohydrates can help boost mood. However, high serotonin levels can also lead to decreased motivation. On the other hand, dopamine is the molecule of "more" and is responsible for the feeling of pleasure. Excessive dopamine stimulation from activities like social media and video games can lead to wearing out the brain's pleasure centers. To maintain a healthy dopamine balance, it is important to "drip" dopamine with small bursts of pleasure instead of "dumping" it with intense stimuli. Simple ways to increase dopamine include cold showers, which have been shown to enhance dopamine levels. It is also mentioned that serotonin levels tend to be higher in the evening, while dopamine levels are higher in the morning. Overall, understanding the roles of serotonin and dopamine can help individuals take steps towards enhancing their mood and motivation.

    • Optimizing Focus and Productivity through Circadian Rhythms and Dopamine LevelsUnderstanding our circadian rhythms and utilizing morning light therapy and exercise can enhance dopamine levels, energy, mood, cognitive function, muscle strength, and brain health for a potentially lower risk of Alzheimer's disease.

      Understanding our individual circadian rhythms and knowing when our dopamine levels are highest can help us optimize our focus and productivity. Dr. Daniel Amen suggests using morning bright light therapy, such as therapy lamps with 10,000 lux, for 20-30 minutes in the morning to improve dopamine levels, energy, mood, and cognitive function. Additionally, incorporating light exercise like brisk walking for 45 minutes, four to five times a week, can increase both serotonin and dopamine levels. Strength training is also recommended to build muscle and strengthen brain reserve, which can impact outcomes in accidents and aging. By implementing these simple strategies, we can improve our brain health and potentially reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease.

    • The power of diaphragmatic breathing: a pathway to calmness and relaxation.Practicing diaphragmatic breathing, with a specific breathing pattern, can quickly alleviate panic attacks, reduce cortisol levels, and promote overall calmness and relaxation when done regularly.

      Practicing the 15-second breath, also known as diaphragmatic breathing, can help induce a state of calmness and relaxation. By taking twice as long to breathe out as you breathe in, you stimulate your brain to enter a parasympathetic state, which counters the effects of stress. This breathing pattern, consisting of four seconds in, hold for a second and a half, eight seconds out, and another second and a half hold, can be a quick fix for panic attacks, bringing relief within two minutes or less. By regularly practicing this breathing technique, cortisol levels can decrease, resulting in increased feelings of calmness and overall relaxation. Creating a pathway in your brain for relaxation is essential, and incorporating diaphragmatic breathing can be a helpful tool.

    • Taking Control of Our ThoughtsWe have the power to challenge and dismiss negative thoughts by questioning their validity, leading to improved mental well-being and profound life changes.

      We have the power to direct our thoughts and question their validity. Dr. Daniel Amen emphasizes the importance of understanding that we don't have to believe every negative or irrational thought that comes to mind. By writing down our negative thoughts and questioning whether they are true, we can challenge and dismiss them, taking control of our minds. We need to be the directors of our own thoughts, instead of letting external influences or our past dictate our thinking. It's crucial to recognize that having a thought doesn't define us, and it's the thoughts we attach to that can cause suffering. Taking this revolutionary concept to heart can lead to profound life changes and improved mental well-being.

    • Taking care of physical and mental health to combat tiredness and improve brain health.Regular check-ups, addressing negative thoughts, getting enough sleep, and maintaining healthy relationships are essential for combating fatigue and improving overall energy levels. Additionally, incorporating brain-boosting foods and engaging in activities that enhance blood flow can enhance cognitive well-being.

      Taking care of our physical and mental health is essential for combating chronic tiredness and improving brain health. It is important to get regular check-ups, including checking for thyroid issues, anemia, and low iron levels. Additionally, addressing negative thoughts, getting enough sleep, and tackling sleep apnea can help alleviate chronic fatigue. Engaging in forgiveness, finding purpose in life, and maintaining healthy relationships also contribute to higher energy levels. As for brain health, incorporating foods like salmon, berries, nuts, seeds, leafy greens, and raw cacao can enhance memory and overall brain function. Lastly, enhancing blood flow to the brain through activities like brisk walking is crucial for maintaining cognitive well-being.

    • Enhancing Blood Flow and Promoting Brain HealthPrioritize brain health by incorporating habits like walking, consuming cacao and beets, taking supplements, and including cinnamon and oregano in your diet. Avoid detrimental habits and prioritize self-care and love for a better brain and overall life.

      There are several ways to enhance blood flow, such as walking, consuming cacao and beets, as well as taking supplements like ginkgo. Additionally, incorporating cinnamon and oregano into your diet can also help. However, it is important to avoid certain habits that can be detrimental to your mental and brain health. For instance, it is not advisable to be brutally honest in every situation as it may not always be helpful. It is also important to prioritize getting enough sleep and not compromising it by staying up late. Moreover, it is crucial to avoid making impulsive decisions when it comes to medication and instead consider how it will affect your brain's functioning. When it comes to boosting your mood, Dr. Daniel Amen recommends seeking morning bright light, exercising, and minimizing caffeine intake. Furthermore, it is essential to be mindful of blue light exposure, especially after dark, as it can decrease the production of melatonin. To promote better brain health, it is recommended to regularly evaluate your choices throughout the day and ask yourself if they are good or bad for your brain, while also prioritizing self-love and love for your family and purpose in life. By making decisions that prioritize brain health, other aspects of your life can improve.

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    Do you enjoy the snooze alarm game? A lot of people you know including yourself do. It’s kind of fun but mostly torture. For 30 to 60 minutes, depending on your level of expertise, you get to see how many times you will hit the snooze button and sleep in 5 or 10 minute intervals before having to jump out of bed and mad dash through the morning to get ready. Every day, you wake up exhausted, you don’t get to the most important thing you told yourself the night before you would do first thing in the morning, your energy is low before noon and by 3 PM you’re begging yourself for a nap. The key to breaking this cycle to start waking up at the time you want and need to is having the habits and routines built in place that make you so efficient that success becomes inevitable. You don’t have to struggle every morning to get up early, you don’t need to set an alarm every night before bed to get up in the morning on time, and you don’t have to suffer through your days forever tired. A few simple strategies you can start with right now are: Go to bed same time (every day) Do not use an alarm Sleep as much as you need (it’s that important) Follow Tom Bilyeu: Website: https://impacttheory.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TomBilyeu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tombilyeu Sponsors: Visit http://www.RealVision.com/ImpactTheory to save 20% on a full year of access to The Real Vision Academy. Visit http://www.srimu.com/impact to unlock 10% off artisanally crafted NOT cheeses made with plant based ingredients for a delicious new take on the cheeses you adore! Go to athleticgreens.com/impact and receive a FREE 1 year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase!  Visit my sponsor Future: https://tryfuture.co/Impact to try your first month for $19 and make 2023 the year you crush your fitness goals. Go to our sponsor Viome https://tryviome.com/impact to get 20% off your first 3 months and free shipping - learn if inflammation is causing your issues! Go to http://aura.com/impact for a 14 day free trial to see if your personal information has been leaked online. Get $500 off Peloton Tread Packages that come with accessories like a heart rate band, workout mat and non-slip dumbbells. Just go to onepeleton.com to get the deal. Visit http://www.houseofmacadmais.com/impact and use code impact for 20% OFF your first purchase! Head over to http://www.mindpumpimpact.com to find the 5 most impactful Mind Pump fitness episodes that will transform your body and your life. Get free Chicken Nuggets for a Year and 10 percent off your first box when you sign up today at http://www.butcherbox.com/IMPACT and use code IMPACT. Are You Ready for EXTRA Impact? If you’re ready to find true fulfillment, strengthen your focus, and ignite your true potential, the Impact Theory subscription was created just for you. This is not for the faint of heart. This is for those who dare to learn obsessively, every day, day after day. Subscription Benefits: Unlock the gates to a treasure trove of wisdom from inspiring guests like Andrew Huberman, Mel Robbins, Hal Elrod, Matthew McConaughey, and many, many, more New episodes delivered ad-free Exclusive access to Tom’s AMAs, keynote speeches, and suggestions from his personal reading list You’ll also get access to an 5 additional podcasts with hundreds of archived Impact Theory episodes, meticulously curated into themed playlists covering health, mindset, business, relationships, and more: Legendary Mindset: Mindset & Self-Improvement Money Mindset: Business & Finance Relationship Theory: Relationships Health Theory: Mental & Physical Health Power Ups: Weekly Doses of Short Motivational Quotes  Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3PCvJaz Subscribe on all other platforms (Google Podcasts, Spotify, Castro, Downcast, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Podcast Addict, Podcast Republic, Podkicker, and more) : https://impacttheorynetwork.supercast.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    #223 What Women need to know about the Menopause with Dr Louise Newson

    #223 What Women need to know about the Menopause with Dr Louise Newson

    Why do women struggle with weight during and after the menopause? This is the key question I’m putting to Dr Louise Newson on todays podcast as it’s the most commonly asked question that I get from Doctor’s Kitchen followers as well as from patients during my medical career.


    She is the perfect person to be discussing this topic as Dr Louise Newson is one of the UK's leading medical experts on the menopause and has championed women's health for years. I also discuss with Dr Louise the 3 key things that all women should understand about the menopause.


    Having worked as a GP as well as opening the Newson Health menopause clinic, she has built a wealth of knowledge from first-hand experience of treating perimenopausal and menopausal women. And she’s also written “The Definitive Guide to the Perimenopause and Menopause” which lays out everything women need to know to understand and reclaim their power during this stage. Her book covers:


    - The key facts about hormones

    - An essential guide to HRT

    - Navigating an early menopause

    - Exercising and Eating during the menopause

    - Taking care of your mental health


    We also discuss the unlikely way in which Louise found out about her own menopause, which just goes to show how unaware we could all be about these symptoms!



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