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How to Help Your Gut Microbiome Thrive - A Q&A with Zach Bush, MD of ION*

How to Help Your Gut Microbiome Thrive - A Q&A with Zach Bush, MD of ION*

Expert approved ways to balance your gut microbiome health to benefit overall health and cognitive function.

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How to Maintain Balanced Dopamine Levels in a World of Pleasure - An Interview With Dr. Anna Lembke

How to Maintain Balanced Dopamine Levels in a World of Pleasure - An Interview With Dr. Anna Lembke

Get ready to learn how to maintain balanced dopamine levels in a world of pleasure.

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How Gratitude Helps Your Brain for the Good

How Gratitude Helps Your Brain for the Good

Knowledge of what the brain is doing during the experience of gratitude provides a window into gratitude’s relationship to mental health and resilience. This is your brain on gratitude.

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The Science of Meditation: An Interview With Ariel Garten

The Science of Meditation: An Interview With Ariel Garten

Join us as Ariel Garten guides us on a mindfulness meets science journey as we unpack the research that supports how meditation makes significant, actual changes inside the brain. She shares insider tips for using meditation as a tool for increased focus, managing anxiety, and greater self awareness.

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The Exact Science of What Happens to Your Brain When You Meditate

The Exact Science of What Happens to Your Brain When You Meditate

Science reveals meditation makes significant, actual changes to the brain, making the connection between meditation and the brain more profound than ever before.

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How to Biohack Your Way to Less Stress

How to Biohack Your Way to Less Stress

Lack of sleep, the gut-mood connection, daily exposure to toxins, and even our stress mindsets are all components that tax our body, putting our health, longevity, and mental wellness at risk. The good news is, there are easy to implement techniques to hack your body’s biology in order to feel your best.

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Take Control of Chronic Stress: Q&A with Dr. David Rabin

Take Control of Chronic Stress: Q&A with Dr. David Rabin

Imagine having the tools to manage your stress levels, even on the most challenging of days. The co-founder, co-inventor and Chief Innovation Officer of Apollo Neuro, Dr. David Rabin, is a psychiatrist and a neuroscientist who has studied mental health extensively with a particular interest in new, promising, non-invasive treatments that don't carry a significant risk. He co-created the Apollo device, which is wearable technology that uses vibration to balance the nervous system. Apollo brings the body back into balance by sending safety signals to our brains through our sense of touch, just like when someone gives us a hug on a bad day. Read on for a Q&A with Dr. David Rabin.

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Practical Tips for Balance & Sanity: An Interview with Scott Barry Kaufman

Practical Tips for Balance & Sanity: An Interview with Scott Barry Kaufman

Humanistic Psychologist, Scott Barry Kaufman, joins us to discuss what it looks like to become the best version of ourselves, even in the challenging times we’re experiencing amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. He reveals that if we access our full potential, we not only are deeply filled with creativity, purpose and fulfillment, but we also are deeply connected to one another. He offers practical tips you can do today to advance your journey on the path to self-actualization.

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12 Science-Backed Ways to Manage Stress

12 Science-Backed Ways to Manage Stress

In honor of Stress Awareness month we bring you twelve simple, yet effective, ways to get our bodies, minds, and souls back on track, especially when we are under high stress.

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Psychobiotics & the Gut-Brain Connection

Psychobiotics & the Gut-Brain Connection

Neurohacking is all about using the right tool for the job.  While racetams and transcranial stimulators more directly interface with our brain and neurochemistry, there are other less obvious ways to impact our psychological well-being and subjective experience. Qualia Noobiotic was developed to optimize one of these less obvious ways, which is our gut health. Understanding the relationship between its microbes and our brain function and mental health is a widely overlooked aspect of cognitive health.

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