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“Office Hours” — In this episode, Dr. Huberman answers your most commonly asked questions about science-supported tools for accessing more alertness, better learning, and quality sleep. He also covers when to exercise, time meals, and how to systematically vary your temperature to achieve specific effects on your nervous system.
- Optically Improved Mitochondrial Function Redeems Aged Human Visual Decline (Jeffery et al; The Journals of Gerontology)
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- 0:00 Introduction
- 5:50 Moonlight & Fire
- 9:25 Red Light: Good & Bad
- 15:45 Why Blue-Blockers Are Unscientific
- 19:20 Eyeglasses, Contact Lenses & Windows
- 22:05 Adding Up Your Lights
- 24:30 “Netflix Inoculation” With Light
- 25:25 How The Planet Controls Your Energy
- 27:00 A Season For Breeding (?)
- 31:15 Melatonin / Serotonin
- 33:50 Epinephrine vs Adrenaline: Same? Different?
- 35:00 Exercise & Your Sleep
- 40:30 Neuroplasticity & Food/Chemicals/NSDR
- 44:10 Using Sound & Smell To Learn Faster
- 46:45 Dream Meaning & Remembering
- 48:15 Waking Up Paralyzed
- 49:40 Nap/Focus Ratios For Accelerated Learning
- 52:45 Hypnotizing Yourself
- 54:05 Smart Drugs
- 1:01:10 Magnesium: Yay, Nay, or Meh?
- 1:02:10 How Apigenin Works
- 1:04:30 Serotonin: Slippery Slope
- 1:05:35 The Frog Experiment
- 1:08:35 Temperature
- 1:10:30 Morning Chills
- 1:28:00 Eating For Heating
- 1:30:30 Vagal Pathways For Gut-Brain Dialogue
- 1:31:50 Sex Differences
- 1:33:50 Self Experimentation