top of page

Breathing for Brain Performance

Presenter:

Dr. Andrew Huberman

Time:

21:58

Summary

Dr. Andrew Huberman is an American neuroscientist and tenured professor in the Department of Neurobiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine. He has made numerous important contributions to the fields of brain development, brain plasticity, and neural regeneration and repair.

Transcript

And you human as become a good friend. And is there anything because he swims with a sharks creating virtual reality experiences for people to desensitize them from being fearful. And it's an expert on many things optic and I related. I think it was just like a nice, you know, a guy who I get to hang out with a lot these days and he's been helping us a lot recruit people for a brain. Man over the last year bucks. Most other things you've, you've heard about brain machine interfaces now from Mary Lou Jepsen, using infrared light, you know, lazing essentially, through a hologram, you've heard about Ed's use of sound and other things are using Opto, genetics and things like that.


Those are obviously not consumer friendly ways to hack your mind because you need equipment for them, at least for now. Another way to hack your system is simply controlling your breathing in new ways. And some of these techniques are old, some of them are new. And Andrew is an expert at you know, many of them in well, he just, I want to actually hear right now.

bottom of page