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All the arrows in your quiver

I was listening to Dan Harris and his co-author Jeff Warren (Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics) on Joe Rogan’s podcast the other day and they were discussing meditation I have my own subjective experiences with the benefits of meditation on my mental health, which, I’ll try to briefly summarize here: Developing a practice of meditation involves training the mind to pay attention to thoughts as they arise in consciousness. 483 more words

Joe Rogan Experience #1054 with Dr. Rhonda Patrick: Summary of Podcast Pt.3

Joe Rogan Experience #672 with Dr. Rhonda Patrick: Summary of Podcast Pt.2Before Attempting a Diet; Biomarkers

1:15:00 – Dr. Patrick believes that anyone attempting any sort of diet should first measure these biomarkers: LDL particle size, triglycerides, inflammatory biomarkers (like C-Reactive Protein). 711 more words

Joe Rogan Experience #1054 with Dr. Rhonda Patrick: Summary of Podcast Pt.2

Running; Exercise Benefits; Endurance

37:56 – Exercise benefits; in particular running. Running helps Dr. Patrick with handling short term problems; running can induce a ‘daydreaming’ state where problems can be understood in a slightly different light. 703 more words

Joe Rogan Experience #901 with Dr. Rhonda Patrick: Summary of Podcast Pt.5

Myostatin Inhibitors

2:16:03 – Myostatin inhibitors discussed again. Myostatin gene knockout results in a significant increase in an animal’s muscle mass and on top of that… 606 more words

Joe Rogan Experience #901 with Dr. Rhonda Patrick: Summary of Podcast Pt.3

Prescription Drugs

1:07:15 – Joe and Dr. Patrick discuss the complexities involved in the prescription of drugs. Different people have different polymorphisms responsible for how we make, fire and metabolize neurotransmitters. 662 more words

Joe Rogan Experience #901 with Dr. Rhonda Patrick: Summary of Podcast Pt.1

3:34 – Short term recall. A study has shown that if a person runs right before they are scheduled to recall information, they recall it better. 663 more words