Angela opens up on depression and what it does to people, the way she beat it, and how that experience can be used by others in their struggles with depression.
Your body is a network, when that network is disturbed it might not be able to tell exactly which node in the network is gonna go first.
You’re back on that plane again the following week and the next and the next and the next.
Most of the fitness wearables are on the wrist because people are used to wearing watches and one thing that became apparent right off is they work reasonably well, they’ve gotten better at it but that is one of the worst places you can actually...
We make functional music to help people focus, relax and sleep better.
Breathing is something most of us every day. It's rare to think of breath structure.
Dr. Benjamin Smarr returns for a deeper dive into sleep physiology, wearable technology, social jet lag, and the missed opportunities in health innovation.
Dr. Kirk Parsley is a former SEAL, served as the Undersea Medical Officer at Naval Special Warfare Group One from June 2009 to January 2013. Dr. Parsley shares his insights on how to optimize sleep as a high performing professional, using peptides,...
The path to better sleep, energy, and focus with Dr. Lew Lim
A discussion with James V. Hardt, Founder of the Biocybernaut Institute
In this episode, Jason and I will dive in deeper into things like what gadgets you should be using to measure your heart rate variability, how to evaluate these gadgets, and why some of the more popular ones may not be the best source for getting the most accurate HRV data.
Our first conversation is one of the most downloaded episodes of the podcast! Greg Potter PhD returns for a discussion about the effects of COVID-19 on sleep, what to do about stress induced insomnia, formulas for behavior change leading to better sleep, and Resilient Nutrition.