What are the benefits of intermittent fasting? How does fasting improve your metabolism? Intermittent fasting can have many benefits if done correctly. The Mel Robbins Podcast dives into the improvements you can experience if you take part in the diet. Find out more about what fasting can do for your body.
Would you like to be more organized? Are you easily distracted? How can listening to Mozart help? Your prefrontal cortex oversees your executive function. If it’s not hitting on all cylinders, you could experience difficulty with focus, directions, emotions, learning, managing daily life, and more. Dr. Daniel G. Amen discusses ways to identify and address prefrontal cortex dysfunction. Read more to learn about the symptoms of—and treatments for—prefrontal cortex dysfunction.
What’s the impact of technology on healthcare? Will robots be doing medical procedures in the future? The healthcare sector is being transformed by technology every year. According to Peter H. Diamandis and Steven Kotler, exponential technologies are creating a healthcare system that’s personalized, proactive, and affordable. Discover more about how healthcare is transforming with the help of new tech.
What does the prefrontal cortex do in the brain? How is it connected to your emotions and behaviors? One of the regions of your brain is your prefrontal cortex. Psychiatrist and brain health expert Daniel G. Amen explains its vital functions in his book Change Your Brain, Change Your Life. Continue reading to learn what the prefrontal cortex does in the brain.
Are you interested in a new diet plan? What are the different types of intermittent fasting? Intermittent fasting is a popular diet plan that has shown great results for people. However, it isn’t a one-size-fits-all diet, so you can characterize the way you fast depending on your health and the outcome you want. Continue reading to learn about the different fasting durations and their effects, according to The Mel Robbins Podcast.
What are the rules for safe fasting? How do you get started with fasting? While many diets focus on what you eat, intermittent fasting focuses more on when you eat. When you fast, you stop eating for a period of time and then go back to your regular eating schedule. If this isn’t done properly, it can be dangerous. Here’s what to know so you can fast safely, according to The Mel Robbins Podcast.
Why are remote workers suffering from health issues? What are Dr. Andrew Huberman’s suggestions for improving remote work conditions? Working from home has become more normalized today than ever before, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In an episode of Huberman Lab, Dr. Andrew Huberman provides actionable advice for remote workers to maintain health and well-being. Read below for Huberman’s health tips for remote workers.
Does Mel Robbins support intermittent fasting as a healthy diet? What are her tips to fast safely? In an episode of The Mel Robbins Podcast, Robbins and Dr. Mindy Pelz break down a popular diet known as intermittent fasting. Mel Robbins’s keen interest stemmed from her desire to understand the health effects of fasting. Here’s everything you know to know about fasting, plus Mel Robbins’s fasting tips.
Do you sometimes have trouble recognizing people or finding words? Are you hypersensitive? Why should you hum (even when you know the words)? In his book Change Your Brain, Change Your Life, brain health expert Dr. Daniel G. Amen discusses cognitive and psychological symptoms and links them to dysfunctions in various parts of the brain. One of these is temporal lobe dysfunction, and he lays out several symptoms and remedies. Continue reading to learn some of the signs of temporal lobe dysfunction and ways to optimize your health in this area.
How does a healthy body contribute to a healthy brain? What do your social life and spiritual beliefs have to do with your brain health? According to Dr. Amen, brain health plans require a holistic approach that addresses biological, psychological, social, and spiritual factors. He explains that these four tiers interdependently influence your overall health—and, by extension, your brain health and function. Read more to learn about Dr. Amen’s four-tiered approach to brain health.