In this special encore episode, Neurohacker Co founder, Daniel Schmactenberger chats with Dr. Nafysa Parpia about how gut dysbiosis, toxicity, and underlying infection affect brain function and chronic illness.
Dr. Heather Sandison joins us to share the latest research on lifestyle interventions proven to slow cognitive decline, shattering common misconceptions about Alzheimer's and providing key insights to keeping our brain sharp at any age.
The Neurohacker Science Team explores the fascinating power of the gut-brain axis and its influence on our health and mood.
How do cells actually "talk" to one another? Listen in and learn the intricacies of cellular communication mechanisms uncovered by Dr. Lieff's extensive research.
Steven Kotler fearlessly challenges long-standing myths surrounding aging, presenting a fresh perspective that encourages us to reimagine the possibilities of our later years.
Tomas Björkman joins us for a thought-provoking episode where we explore the intersection of spirituality, economics, and personal growth, shedding light on the potential for positive change in our society.
Listen to learn how early life experiences shape your gut-brain dialogue and lifestyle tips to nurture a thriving mind-gut connection.
In this special encore episode we dive into the vast realms of consciousness and human development with philosopher, Ken Wilber.
In this episode, Dr. Palmer discusses neuroscience linking mental disorders to a metabolic disorder of the brain, shedding new light on how our brains function and the potential for innovative, whole systems treatments for mental disorders.
Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D, joins us to overturn conventional and overly simplistic notions surrounding the neuroscience of creativity.
New York Times bestseller, and co-host of the Emmy® Award Winning Netflix docu-series Down to Earth, Darin Olien, joins us to discuss how modern conveniences, otherwise known as "fatal conveniences," are sabotaging our health and impacting our resilience.
Dr. Dan Pardi and Neurohacker Co-founder, Daniel Schmachtenberger, discuss the surprising truths associated with the sleep patterns of hunter-gatherers and what that means for sleep quality in our modern era.
We speak with Rythmia’s founder, Gerard Powell, about fusing plant medicine with self work for mind, body, and soul healing.
What happens when we seek stabilizing, emotionally satisfying stories that give us a cosmic location and identity without accountability to a higher purpose? Could it be that if we’re seeking self-actualization and the only arbiter is our own thoughts, feelings, and desires that the result is lack of meaning and inadvertently the development of narcissistic traits? It’s a powerful question.
Dr. Andrew Huberman joins us in this encore episode to discuss the neuroscience of fear and how we can learn to flip our “courage circuit” in our brain.
As human beings we regularly change—we develop. Join us as we unpack human development with Dr. Terri O’Fallon, founder of STAGES, an integrally based model that defines 12 stages in the evolution of human consciousness and meaning-making wisdom.
Psychiatrist Daniel Z. Lieberman leads us down a new path: one where we learn how to recognize the influences of the unconscious, making it an ally in helping us become the people we were meant to be.
Dr. Andrew Hill to teach us how to safely train broad regulatory actions associated with mood, attention, self-regulation and self-control, sleep, energy, stress, anxiety, and much, much more, via neurofeedback.
In our latest episode, Jamie Wheal and Dr. Wednesday Martin are intent on taking us out of our comfort zones, with the goal of changing the way we think about women and sex forever.
If there was ever an ultimate sleep episode, this is it. Dan Pardi, sleep researcher at Stanford and Leiden University and CEO of humanOS.me, an application designed to promote health mastery, is here to unpack the exact science of deep sleep. And even better, how to get more of it.
Dr. Rick Hanson is here with us to explore how combining the latest neuroscience of awakening with ancient wisdom to help us tap into peak experiences, a sense of oneness, and even enlightenment itself.
Daniel Schmachtenberger joins us to shed light on the need for collective intelligence with which to navigate existential risk facing humanity today.