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

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    Thanks for watching! Read all about Dr. Andrew Huberman here 👉🏼 bit.ly/richroll533

    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!
    ✌🏼🌱 - Rich

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    DR. ANDREW HUBERMAN
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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?

Michelle Han Tran
Michelle Han Tran

The part where he mentions that he wants to be adopted by a more functional family even at 45 yrs really hits home. Really delineates how no matter how old and independent you are, you still need love and support.

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baltazar
baltazar

I started watching this video five months ago, in five months I went from being a hopeless junkie, shoving needles in my arm daily, working at mcdonalds, stealing, lying anything for my drug. I moved across the country, packed what little possessions I had in my car and now im four months sober, have a girlfriend, and a job I'm happy with. I live in a beautiful house with some friends I made, I was homeless, went through rehab, sober houses. The concepts in these video have CHANGED MY LIFE. THANK YOU

Pulkit Jain
Pulkit Jain

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Jimmie Hammel
Jimmie Hammel

I've always been the person who puts off tasks because they don't "feel like it." I'd heard the advice before that "you're never gonna feel like it" and "motivation comes from action." But it never really clicked until I listened to this podcast. Now, when I see a task that needs doing, I don't give myself the space to whine about it in my head. I get up and fold my laundry right away, then give myself an internal pat on the back. "Nice. Good job not letting that basket of clean laundry wait. Look at your closet! It's so neat now."

Cindy Moore
Cindy Moore

He’s Super Cool!!! Lots of Love and Respect Always! Thank you so much for bringing him on your channel!!!♥️🇺🇸👍

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Yvonne Barretta
Yvonne Barretta

Lying on our backs as kids watching the trees sway or finding animals in the clouds was so calming after seriously strenuous exercise and play. Gave us the energy and strength to keep going. Running is when I naturally meditate cause my mind just turns off and that's when my best ideas came to me. I've just been through the shittiest 7 months. Couldn't sleep. Emotions all over the show. Feeling helpless and aggrieved then I just started walking. A few kms daily turned into 12kms daily. It was actually so good reacquainting myself with neighborhood. The local bays and bush walks. Most days I fnish up at our local little extinct volcano on my way home. Just standing on top of Ohinerau looking at our beautiful city of Tamaki makaurau helped change the way I felt. I realized how lucky I am and was then able to reset my mind about what was happening to me. Helped me figure out what was in my control. Helped me calm myself. At nearly 54yrs I'm resolute on making 2022 the year I put myself first. I've always put others first. I let my fitness go. I gave my time away. Now it's time for me to be in the best physical, mental and emotional shape cause my life is really just beginning.

Matt Hajba
Matt Hajba

My three biggest takeaways from this: 1. Any learning process or development starts with discomfort and confusion. You have to learn to embrace that learn to focus despite the discomfort and learn to enjoy the small wins along the way. 2. Feelings and thoughts follow action. Change your behaviour first and you'll change your thoughts and feelings. 3. Frustration and anger can make your brain "feel good". It's addictive. Don't let your brain go there. (I'd throw in self pity here as well, which is a big one for me.)

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Akhilesh Godiyal
Akhilesh Godiyal

Albert Einstein said, "If you can't explain it simply enough, you haven't understood it well enough".Dr Andrew brings such simplicity to explaining the workings of the brain. It's actually a hacker's guide into our own brain. You are doing great service to humanity Dr Andrew.

Neuroscience Maniac
Neuroscience Maniac

Every time I have problem with my addiction I’ll come back to this video.

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Ben McKay
Ben McKay

40 year old combat vet . Recently diagnosed BPD with PTSD. Doing my best to process and understand this .

Nelli Bonelli
Nelli Bonelli

so nice to hear how Dr. Huberman turned his life around

Amora Scott
Amora Scott

Andrew is so easy to follow. He is a true teacher with a wonderful heart full of caring for us.

Dayron
Dayron

I'm so sad that none of my friends are interested in talking about these kinds of topics. I don't know if it's just me, but does anyone else feel alone in this whole betterment process? I know I'm on the right path, but it just gets kind of lonely when nobody in your circle are interested in these kinds of things.

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Sabrina Smallwood
Sabrina Smallwood

I am so glad to have found Andrew. I love every interview and podcast. So inspiring. His insight makes me want to change for the better.

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Jagadish P
Jagadish P

I could not stop myself saying "why have I not seen this podcast 2 years back". Definitely thought provoking and informative.

glitch314
glitch314

This couldn’t have come at a better time in my life. I’m forever grateful to you both for putting this conversation out there.

Shri ordo
Shri ordo

Thank you Dr Huberman for the tremendous research you are putting out there Thanks👍

Paz93484
Paz93484

I have to say… this was one of the most engaging stories I have ever heard. He seems so down to earth and very relatable.

Morgan Holman
Morgan Holman

A young woman from Memphis, Tn, struggling to find her purpose, sits out in her car at 10:35pm on 4/27/21 and types Mental Health Podcasts in the Youtube search bar. Thank you Lord for leading me here.

Vor year
Mahbuba Shahrin
Mahbuba Shahrin

I think Dr. Huberman is a great role model for many kids that are growing up with similar background as he had growing up. The fact that he is able to become a doctor, it is truly a fascinating story for many kids and even adults who wants to be accomplished in life.

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