Dr. Andrew Huberman

"health & fitness" • Science • Education

The Huberman Lab Podcast discusses Neuroscience: how our brain and its connections with the organs of our body controls our perceptions, our behaviors, and our health. We also discuss existing and emerging tools for measuring and changing how our nervous system works. Dr. Andrew Huberman is aRead more

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Dr. Lex Fridman: Machines, Creativity & Love | Episode 29

Jul 19 • 03:03:19

Dr. Lex Fridman PhD, is a scientist at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), working on robotics, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles and human-robot interactions. He is also the host of the Lex Fridman Podcast where he holds conversations with academics, entrepreneurs, athletes and creatives. Here we discuss humans, robots, and capacity they hold for frien...

Maximizing Productivity, Physical & Mental Health with Daily Tools | Episode 28

Jul 12 • 02:07:01

In this episode I discuss science-supported tools for enhancing focus, learning, creativity, sleep, physical strength and endurance and brain and body health. I explain each protocol in detail, the rationale behind it, and how the protocol can be adjusted depending on individual needs. I set these tools in the context of a 24-hour day as a way of framing how one might inco...

Dr. Karl Deisseroth: Understanding & Healing the Mind | Episode 26

Jun 28 • 02:02:06

Dr. Karl Deisseroth, MD, PhD, is a Clinical Psychiatrist and scientist who directs a bioengineering research laboratory at Stanford University School of Medicine. His work aims to understand and develop treatments for disorders of the mind such as depression, attention deficit disorders (ADHD & ADD), autism, schizophrenia, anxiety, eating disorders, borderline personality ...

How Smell, Taste & Pheromone-Like Chemicals Control You | Episode 25

Jun 21 • 01:59:41

This episode I explain how we sense chemicals by way of smell, taste and pheromones. How things smell and taste and chemicals in the tears, breath, and on the skin of others have a profound effect on how we feel, what we do and our hormones. I explain the 3 types of responses to smell, the 5 types of tastes, the possible existence of sixth taste sense and how the act of sn...

The Science of Vision, Eye Health & Seeing Better | Episode 24

Jun 14 • 01:49:38

This episode I describe how we see, meaning how our eyes focus, convert light information into electricity the rest of the brain can understand and how our brain creates the incredible thing we experience as “sight”. I also describe how we can rain and support our visual system to improve at any age. I describe more than a dozen protocols to support depth perception, offse...

How To Build Endurance In Your Brain & Body | Episode 23

Jun 7 • 02:05:31

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Science & Tools For Muscle Growth, Increasing Strength & Muscular Recovery | Episode 22

May 31 • 02:04:21

In this episode I describe how our brain and nervous system control muscle tissue and how to leverage that for muscle maintenance, growth (hypertrophy) and recovery. I explain how neurons control muscle contractions and limb movements. I explain muscle metabolism and muscle fiber recruitment. I detail protocols for increasing muscular growth and for neuro-muscular recovery...

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How to Lose Fat with Science-Based Tools | Episode 21

May 24 • 01:53:54

This episode I describe the science of fat loss, including how fat is mobilized and oxidized (burned) and how to increase fat burning by leveraging the nervous system. Most people don't realize it, but our neurons connect to our fat and release epinephrine/adrenaline to facilitate fat oxidation. I explain how this can be accomplished with non-exercise movements such as fid...

How to Learn Skills Faster | Episode 20

May 17 • 01:52:15

This episode I discuss the science and practice of learning physical skills: what it involves at a biological level, and what to focus on during skill learning at each stage to maximize learning speed and depth. I also describe what to do immediately after a training session (note: this is different than the optimal protocol for cognitive skill training) and as you progres...

Supercharge Exercise Performance & Recovery with Cooling | Episode 18

May 10 • 01:23:51

This episode I explain the science of heating and cooling the body, a process called thermoregulation-- and how to apply that knowledge to significantly improve physical performance. I describe the three areas of our body that can remove heat (or bring heat into the body) faster than anywhere else, why that is so, and how proper cooling of these areas with specific protoco...

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