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The 76 is a Podcast by flight attendants for anyone interested in aviation. This podcast is for people who wonder about the lives of flight attendants.Which sane person would love to travel to three different countries in a week? Willingly subject themselves to permanent jetlag. Get screamed at by strangers 30000 ft. in the air, about something, they have no control over.If you’re looking for a guide to becoming a flight attendant this is not the podcast for you. We talk about what it takes ...
 
The Huberman Lab Podcast discusses Neuroscience: how our brain and its connections with the organs of our body controls our perceptions, our behaviors, and our health. We also discuss existing and emerging tools for measuring and changing how our nervous system works. Dr. Andrew Huberman is a tenured Professor of Neurobiology and Ophthalmology at Stanford School of Medicine. His laboratory studies neural regeneration and neuroplasticity, and brain states such as stress, focus, fear, and opti ...
 
Tayba Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving individuals and families impacted by incarceration. Tayba believes in the power of human change through holistic education and guidance. Our work is organized into three interrelated program areas: Education Life Skills Re-entry
 
Live Electronica. Really. Science Vs Nature (SVN) has been working together since early 2001 to reinvent electronic music. For years they pushed the limits of live electronica technology using hardware that was originally intended for studio use only. Today, SVN is the front-runner of live electronic music with over 10 years under their belt, including multiple singles, an EP, and a full length album, and yes . . . they are still using gear only experts could dream of using in their live show.
 
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From Teaching kinds ESL South America to serving passengers in the sky, Amanda brings us through a journey of ups and downs that lead her all the way to starting an online community emphasizing the virtues of individuals making the best of quarantine called becauseofquarantine__ on instagram. I had lost of fun doing this interview. I was cool to se…
 
In this episode I describe the science of how and why pain arises in the body and brain, and how we can actively control our experience of pain. I discuss inflammation, stress, acupuncture, limb damage and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). I review protocols that leverage the lymphatic and nervous system to accelerate pain relief and healing in a varie…
 
Vel also known as Dracula, gets open and vulnerable about his experiences abroad with missed approaches, Germans and his ex girlfriend. I honestly had a lot a fun with this one. I don’t think I've laughed as much as I did on this in a while. Enjoy. P.S. Black Men Don’t Cheat Go follow: https://instagram.com/76galley?igshid=1jqq8xxm1j2wu https://vm.…
 
In this episode, I describe how to access focused learning bouts, creative states, and the underlying neural circuitry involved. I frame this in the context of our daily 24-hour cycle in order to make it practical, clear and precise about timing. I review the role of fasting, meal timing and specific types of nutrients for promoting certain states …
 
From selling art at the age of 12 to defusing a potential bomb threat. Katie tells us all about her life experiences and much more. This flight attendant loves her job a little bit too much but that's what makes her so special. She is beaming with positivity and will go to hell and back to put a smile on your face. Watch out for Jamaicans in Zagreb…
 
In this episode I discuss how we can use specific types of behavior to change our brain, both for sake of learning the movements themselves and for allowing us to learn non-movement based information as well. I describe the key role that errors plays in triggering our brains to change and how the vestibular (balance) system can activate and amplify…
 
This is technically the first podcast ever. My guest Romario also known as Mr. You Look Unpleasant, gets into it with with a passenger that wants to join the mile high club with every passenger on board, surviving an airport shooting in MIA and the mystery behind his shorts. This he is currently working on a project that will be announced soon so b…
 
This episode introduces neuroplasticity- which is how our brain and nervous system learns and acquires new capabilities. I describe the differences between childhood and adult neuroplasticity, the chemicals involved and how anyone can increase their rate and depth of learning by leveraging the science of focus. I describe specific tools for increas…
 
"Montreal flights are the best flights for people who speak English," said no one ever. Tati a.k.a the FA that doesn't answer her phone in the crew room gets into her 17 hour duty day story, heartbreak, educational failures, and much more. If you want to understand the daily struggles flight attendant's go through this is the episode for you. Enjoy…
 
This episode is all about the two major kinds of dreams and the sorts of learning and unlearning they are used for. I discuss REM-associated dreams that control emotional learning and their similarity to various trauma treatments such as ketamine and EMDR. I also discuss Non-REM dreams and their role in motor learning and learning of detailed, non-…
 
In this episode I discuss a simple and reliable measurement called your "temperature minimum" that you can use to rapidly adjust to new times zones when traveling, and to offset the bad effects of nocturnal shift work. I also discuss tools for adjusting sleep and waking rhythms in babies, teens, new parents and the elderly. Thank you to our sponsor…
 
“Office Hours” — In this episode I answer your most commonly asked questions about science-supported tools for accessing more alertness, better learning, and quality sleep. I also cover when to exercise, time meals, and how to systematically vary your temperature to achieve specific effects on your nervous system. Thank you to our sponsors: Athleti…
 
Today’s episode provides an introduction to how the nervous system works to create sensations, perceptions, emotions, thoughts and behaviors, as well as how we can change our nervous system— a phenomenon known as neuroplasticity. The information sets the stage for all Huberman Lab Podcast episodes that follow by covering neurons, synapses, brain ch…
 
Welcome to the Huberman Lab Podcast, a new podcast from Dr. Andrew Huberman. Podcast can also be found on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/c/AndrewHubermanLab My plan in creating this podcast is to discuss Neuroscience: how our brain and its connections with the organs of our body controls our perceptions, our behaviors, and our health. I will…
 
S 4 Ep 8 – The Suprachiasmatic Nucleus (SCN) and the Royal Society with Prof Russell Foster In this episode, we welcome Russell Foster. Russell is Professor of Circadian Neuroscience, Director of the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute (SCNi) and Head of the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology at the University of Oxford. He is also a Fello…
 
S 4 Ep 7 – Chrononutrition with Alan Flanagan In this episode, we welcome Alan Flanagan. Alan has an MSc in Nutritional Medicine, is currently pursuing his PhD, and is a former practising lawyer (Barrister) from Dublin, Ireland. Additionally, Alan runs Alinea Nutrition; an online education hub, dedicated to empowering others with clear, impartial, …
 
S 4 Ep 6 – Shiftwork, Fatigue and Meal Timing with Dr Charlotte Gupta Season 4, Episode 6 welcomes back Dr Charlotte Gupta. Since her last appearance, Charlotte completed her PhD, which focused on different meal sizes during nightshift and their impacts on performance. In this episode, we cover Charlottes paper, entitled "Hot, Tired and Hungry: The…
 
S 4 Ep 5 – Travel, fatigue and jetlag in athletes with Professor Christa Janse van Rensburg In this episode, we welcome Professor Christa Janse van Rensburg. Professor Janse Van Rensburg obtained her doctorate under the title “The effect of exercise training on the autonomic function, disease activity and functional capacity in females suffering fr…
 
Sleep4Performance Radio, Special Episode - Mixed Martial Arts Strength, Conditioning and Recovery with Dr Carl Langan-Evans In this special episode of Sleep4Performance radio, we welcome Dr Carl Langan-Evans. In this episode Carl and I discuss the contentious issues of strength and conditioning in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and recovery practices. Ca…
 
S 4 Ep 4 – Sleep and Circadian Rhythm Dysfunction in Human Ischaemic Stroke with Elie Gottlieb In this episode of S4P Radio, we welcome Elie Gottlieb. Elie is a final-year neuroscience PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne and Florey Institute of Neuroscience & Mental Health with a passion for clinical sleep and circadian rhythm research. El…
 
Sleep4Performance Radio Special Episode –Ideas for managing your business during Covid-19 with Rachel Huber In this special episode of Sleep4Performance radio, we welcome Rachel Huber. As a marketing professional and director of Bare Consulting, Rachel supports clients in the development of branding and other digital marketing services including lo…
 
Sleep4Performance Radio Special Episode – Solidarity against the Covid 19 with Dr John Illif In this special episode of Sleep4Performance radio, we welcome Dr. John Illif. Appearing for the second time on S4P Radio, John is an Emergency Physician at St John of Gods Hospital and Medical Officer at the Royal Flying Doctor Service (WA). Joining us in …
 
S 4 Ep 3 – Sleep and Performance in Basketball with Jordan Fox Welcome to Season 4 Episode 3 of Sleep4Performance Radio. Joining us for her first ever podcast, we welcome Jordan Fox. Having recently completed her PhD at the Central Queensland University in Australia, Jordan’s thesis investigates the association between workloads, sleep, and perform…
 
S 4 E 2 - Open Water Swimming with Bec Johnson and Paul Blackbeard In this episode of Sleep4Performance Radio, we welcome Bec Johnson and Paul Blackbeard. Returning as co-host for her second appearance on S4P Radio, Bec is the CEO and co-founder of the Type 1 Diabetes Family Centre, in Stirling, a non-profit that connects, supports and inspires peo…
 
S4P Radio, Sleep Science Audio Abstract 13: A Critical Review of Consumer Wearables In our first Audio Abstract for 2020, we review an article entitled “A Critical Review of Consumer Wearables, Mobile Applications, and Equipment for Providing Biofeedback, Monitoring Stress, and Sleep in Physically Active Populations” by Jonathon M. Peake, Graham Ke…
 
S 4 Ep 1 - Circadian Rhythm and Light Therapy with Dr Myriam Juda Welcome back to Sleep4Performance Radio Season 4! For our first instalment of the new season, we welcome Dr Myriam Juda. Myriam is a Vancouver-based consultant and research psychologist at the Simon Frazer University, specialising in circadian rhythms. With expertise in the sleep-wak…
 
Sleep4Performance Radio Special Episode – Fitness and Health with Jason Donaldson For our final instalment of Sleep4Performance Radio in 2019, we welcome back Jason Donaldson. Jason is a highly experienced strength and conditioning coach with over a decade of experience. Having helped thousands of clients, Jason is dedicated to assisting people in …
 
S 3 Ep 12 – Sleep and Mental Health with Dr Michael Grandner Dr. Grandner is the Director of the Sleep and Health Research Program at the University of Arizona (UA), Director of the Behavioural Sleep Medicine Clinic at the Banner-University Medical Centre, and an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the UA College of Medicine, wit…
 
Learn about how chronic pain can interfere with sleep (and what to do about it) with special guest CPT Tracy Beegen (host of the Living Beyond Pain podcast). Email your sleep questions: dha.connected-health@mail.milTwitter: @MilitaryHealth (https://twitter.com/militaryhealth) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/militaryhealthDefense Health Agency po…
 
S 3 Ep 11 – Dr David Cunnington, Sleep Physician Dr David Cunnington is a specialist sleep physician delivering healthcare to individuals with complex sleep problems and promoting sleep health through education. He is the co-director of Melbourne Sleep Disorders Centre, a multi-disciplinary sleep clinic for the diagnosis and treatment of sleep diso…
 
Our #1 listener question is: “Why do I wake up in the middle of the night and how can I get back to sleep?” Dr. Jon Olin and Dr. Julie Kinn discuss this common problem and some simple solutions.Email your sleep questions: dha.connected-health@mail.milTwitter: @MilitaryHealth (https://twitter.com/militaryhealth) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mi…
 
S4P Radio, Sleep Science Audio Abstract 12: Sleep and Weight Cutting in Combat Sports Athletes In our latest S4P Radio, Audio Abstract we review a new article published in the Journal of Exercise and Nutrition, entitled “The Effect of Water Loading for Acute Weight Loss Following Fluid Restriction on Sleep Quality and Quantity in Combat Sports Athl…
 
20 Sleep Paralysis Dr. Olin returns to talk about sleep paralysis with Dr. Julie Kinn. Email your sleep questions: dha.connected-health@mail.milTwitter: @MilitaryHealth (https://twitter.com/militaryhealth) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/militaryhealthDefense Health Agency podcasts, mobile apps and other free resources: https://health.mil/connec…
 
Special guest LT COL Jacob Collen joins Dr. Julie Kinn to help you strategize how to get the best sleep when travelling. Email your sleep questions: dha.connected-health@mail.milTwitter: @MilitaryHealth (https://twitter.com/militaryhealth) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/militaryhealthDefense Health Agency podcasts, mobile apps and other free re…
 
Season 3 Ep 10 – Nutrition and Shiftwork with Charlotte Gupta The latest episode of Sleep4Performance Radio welcomes Charlotte Gupta. Charlotte has recently submitted her PhD at the University of South Australia. Her research focuses on shiftwork, fatigue countermeasure, cognitive performance and meal timing. In this episode we discuss diet and nut…
 
Season 3 Ep 9 - Athletes and Sleep with Dr. Meeta Singh In our latest episode of Sleep4Performance Radio, we welcome Dr. Meeta Singh. Meeta is the Service chief of the sleep medicine, and section head and medical director at the Henry Ford sleep laboratory in Michigan. She did her training in psychiatry at the Mayo clinic and a sleep fellowship at …
 
Sleep4Performance Radio special episode – Esports with Daniel Bonnar and Beau Melia In this special episode we have our biggest cast to date, a 4-way conversation with Daniel Bonnar, Beau Melia, Dr. Ian Dunican and S4P editor/producer Ricky Krstic. Returning for his second appearance on S4P Radio, Daniel Bonnar is a clinical psychologist and Master…
 
S 3 Ep 8 – Sleep and Fatigue Offshore with Vanessa Riethmeister Season 3, Episode 8 of Sleep4Performance welcomes Vanessa Riethmeister. In 2011, Vanessa obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology followed by her Master of Science in Industrial and Organisational Psychology in 2014. In addition to her Psychology degree, Vanessa also compl…
 
Sleep4Performance Radio, Special Episode – Swimming the English Channel with Cyrus Milne In the special episode of Sleep4Performance radio we welcome 17-year-old, Cyrus Milne. Having previously completed the 36 km English Channel Swim in a 4-person team, along with numerous solo events such as the Rottnest Channel Swim (20km swim). and the Port to …
 
Season 3 Ep 7 – Circadian Rhythms with Professor Sean Cain Season 3, Episode 7 of Sleep4Performance welcomes professor Sean Cain from Monash University. Stemming from a background in psychology, neuroscience and behavioural neuroscience, Sean currently works as a circadian biologist specialising in depression and light and is president of the Austr…
 
S3 Ep 6 - Sleep and Fatigue Research with Dr. Raymond Matthews Season 3, Episode 6 of Sleep4Performance welcomes Dr Raymond Matthews, a sleep and fatigue researcher at the Behaviour-Brain-Body Research Centre at the University of South Australia. Dr Matthews’ research interests in sleep and fatigue stem from a background in military. Dr Matthews co…
 
S4P Radio, sleep science audio abstract review 11: Sleep practices implemented by team sport coaches and sport science support staff. In our latest S4P audio abstract, we look at a new publication from the journal of science and medicine in sport titled “Sleep practices implemented by team sport coaches and sports science support staff: A potential…
 
In this special episode of sleep4performance radio we are joined by our good friend Dr. Marc Bubbs. Dr. Marc Bubbs ND, MS(c), CISSN, CSCS is a Naturopathic Doctor, Speaker, Performance Nutrition Lead for Canada Basketball and former Strength Coach. Dr. Bubbs is the author of the new book Peak: The new science of performance that is revolutionizing …
 
Welcome to Season 3 Episode 5. This extended episode brings us Cork based Sport Scientist (B.Sc.) Ciaran O’Regan! Philosopher, fighter, psychologist, strength and conditioning coach—Ciaran is a man of many talents. Ciaran has competed in high-level athletics, rugby, boxing and kickboxing; his interests include Stoicism, Buddhism and Taoism. In this…
 
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