Change Your Brain: Neuroscientist Dr. Andrew Huberman | Rich Roll Podcast

20-Iyl, 2020
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Thanks for watching! Read all about Dr. Andrew Huberman here 👉🏼
Dr. Andrew Huberman is a neuroscientist and tenured professor in the Department of Neurobiology at Stanford University School of Medicine. He is an expert in neuroplasticity, and his work in the Huberman Lab has been featured in Science, Discover, Scientific American, Time, the New York Times, and countless peer-reviewed journals.
Dr. Huberman is here to school us on all things neuroplasticity---and how we can use it to our advantage through intense focus, mindfulness, and restorative sleep. Enjoy!
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0:00 - Introduction
1:26 - Andrew’s Background
15:29 - How Andrew Turned His Life Around
23:47 - How Andrew Combines Neuroscience with His Past
26:43 - The Human Brain: Internal State & External State
35:06 - Neural Plasticity - Steering the Nervous System
42:25 - State of Flow - The Dopamine System
59:07 - Process of Internal Rewards
1:05:55 - Studying Fear, Courage, and Resilience
1:16:03 - How to Deal with Problems of Motivation and Focus
1:24:41 - Panoramic Vision vs Focal Vision
1:30:45 - Methods of Focus and Deep Rest
1:34:50 - Optic Flow and EMDR
1:38:50 - Andrew’s Work in Addiction
1:47:06 - A Bio-Marker for Addicts to Avoid Relapse
1:49:36 - Neuroscience Perspective on Political Polarization
1:59:15 - The Importance of Internal Control
2:04:57 - Is There Hope for Us?
#richroll #neuroscience #brainhealth

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  • intense focus & mindfulness is easy achived in a short matter of time. im literally at the point of controlling my dopamin levels and pain sensitivity through sending my awareness somewhere else, but still being conscious of everything. but what im still struggling as of today, is getting a good restorative sleep. tried everything, from different style beds, pillow, etc. the only time i get a really deep state sleep is when smoking the right amount thc and the right strain. the wrong strain seems to get me too active, the wrong ones side effect is a too tremendous body awareness that gives me uneasy when laying down to sleep. i can control like every other sense in that state, but truly feeling your inners working, is not a feeling that is pleasant to my brain. funny thing is that i dont get addicted to anything, because of my high level of self awareness and trust me i tried a lot in life. the higher state of consciousness i get, the less i can relate to humans, human feelings and thoughts. Love, sex, sadness, fear of death, even life itself, it doesn't matter anymore at some point, nothing does when you truly think about it. i think i can say myself, that im one of a few lucky ones that can go back in their mind and memory and recall everything up till birth. you really have to meditate, focus and work through all those feelings that built up during your life and have been put away concious or unconcious to prevent your brain not to go insane over some stuff that happened. once you worked through everything, you can start on our brain developing new networks. bio hacking is a good support, managed through calculated healthy food supplements and very focused work out.

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  • the neuroscientist was great however this interviewer had no clue what he was saying and literally was dosing off mentally multiple times

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  • This fella just said a machine to help you control yourself. lolol

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  • 16:30 starts cool stuff!

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    • 49:30 How trauma is made

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    • 36:00 What to do to change

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  • Routine requires support we are not individuals as humans which are independent.

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  • I was always looking for the answer (Why I always do things when deadline is very close). You gave me the answer Dr. Andrew Huberman you are great

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  • 1:07 omg i was HOPING he would not say anything about spiders D:

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  • This came at the perfect time for me. My family and I are in what could be considered a crisis. I know very deeply that we will all make it, but it's a daily walk right now. I've been doing everything I can to swing the momentum in an upward trajectory for months. And it's starting to move that way. I've been looking for and open to hearing many of these specific answers for about 25 years (practically dealing with ADHD, anxiety, depression, trauma, and breaking the chain of addiction that was in my family, especially for my 4 year old son's sake). I really appreciate the work that's gone into this podcast episode. Thank you Rich. I appreciate your persistence, curiosity, and willingness to share your life and work and insights. Thank you Dr. Huberman. I will be applying these techniques asap and sharing them with my husband. We will be living with full meaning and purpose one year from now, March 2022. Thank you for the gift of practical, research-based tools.

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  • I came on to this discussion by accident and was about to switch it off, when something he said really interested me and that was me hooked to the end. Interesting talk about addiction. I have an addictive personality. Had a big drinking problem for years in my late 20's to mid 30's then bingeing into my 40s. I would have done anything given anything to stop, I did AA, prayed in a church etc. etc. finally what worked for me was I asked my daughter how she felt when I was deep into drinking, that was so painful for me to hear that it stopped my drinking. I'd been in rehab twice, had seizures etc. etc, nothing stopped me other than hearing the pain I'd caused someone I loved so much. Now without any effort consciously, I gave up smoking after a 50 yrs of smoking a pack a day and again, just unable to stop. I went into hospital for an operation, ended up getting pneumonia and collapsed lung so was in for a month, throughout that time I never once even thought about needing a cigarette right from the day of surgery. I was too sick to think of smoking, so I guess having a month of not thinking or needing cigarettes did the trick. I have since felt a strong urge on two occasions to buy a pack, I could feel the adrenaline kick in, I wanted to run as fast as possible, immediately to the shop, however I told myself, don't do that, you know if you do you won't stop, you may try to convince yourself you only want ONE, but there's no way you'll throw that pack away after one cigarette, by the time I'd finished that self talk I'd calmed down, didn't have the racing heart or sense of urgency any longer. It's different for everyone, who knows what motivates the next person to stop an addiction all I can say is, it's absolute hell to be an addict of any kind.

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    • @Tony Murphy I will never forget the heart felt wish to stop flipped on its head when the need to have just 'one' drink took over, so intense was the feeling that my mind was able to convince me I could have just one, despite all my experiences of the opposite being true. impossible to explain to anyone with a rational mind, though I have to say, people who thought I just needed 'self control' were often people with an eating addiction, unaware of their own more socially acceptable addiction.

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    • @kathleen sullivan Well said"...all I can say is, it's absolute hell to be an addict of any kind."

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    • @kathleen sullivan Thanks for sharing.I've learnt a lot from this

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    • @darren joness Hi Darren, I haven't had a drink in 20yrs and not had a cigarette in a year, I now find it very weird to think I ever enjoyed alcohol, I can't even understand how anyone can enjoy the taste of it :) I guess the answer is, I never enjoyed it, I just needed it!

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    • Wow Kathleen. You have a really amazing story. I so really wish you the best. Please do not give up. How are you getting on now?

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  • 40 minutes have gone by and I haven't learned a thing... this man really knows how to talk but not say much... knowing the physiology isn't helping anyone.

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  • Thank you for sharing this interview, it's reaffirming to know that we have that inner resilience built-in and can be living proof of it. Indeed it is very possible. Mind over Matter.

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  • This is one of my all time favorite Rich Roll podcasts!

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  • Yeah the guy's parents got divorced, boohoo. But even as he's explaining these events, the privilege is dripping off of him. "I went to one of the best high schools in the country", "Like some people who do the military, I decided to do school", "I went to the therapist twice a week", "I moved into a studio apartment". Try going to an inner city school, where nobody gives a shit about you and certainly not providing you therapy sessions, being forced to do the military because there's no other choice, paying for school is not an option, nor is paying for an apartment while you're paying for school. He sounds like one of those guys who is continuously given every chance, blows it off and fucks up and then is given chance after chance after chance, and meanwhile there's someone who would do anything for just one chance who never get it because guys like this are being given these other peoples' opportunities time after time.

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  • Any other skateboarders listening to this????? I’ve heard this guy before but didn’t know he was a skater 🛹 🔥 fascinating transition to a scientific genius!

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    • Alan Gardner 😂

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    • Transition? Did he chop off his wheels?

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  • Hey everyobody! Does anyone know who'w the David they mention so much? What a great 2 hours of knowledge and potential self learning! Best to you all

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    • @Jay kay thank you Jay! Will definitely have a look! Have a great day!

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    • David Goggins. Went from overweight exterminator to only man to complete all navy seal, marine training, hell week and holder of multiple guiness book of records

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  • Huberman spoke for over two hours almost non stop and drank less than a cup of water.

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  • Keyword:adapt

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  • Is DBT a form of this?

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