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Brain Health with Dr. Nissen brings you advancements in medicine, neuroscience, psychiatry, & nutrition to help you live a better life. Dr. Nissen's expert interviews reveal new, evidence-based approaches to enhancing mental health, sharpening cognition, & optimizing performance. With topics such as optogenetics, Alzheimer's disease, neuromodulation, depression, the Mediterranean Diet, & psychedelics, this show is sure to expose listeners to new topics on the frontiers of medicine and neuros ...
 
Stille morgener, regnvejr og lange lyse nætter. Tag med DR PigeKoret ud i sommeren og hør tre smukke sange: "Sommerens ø" af Mogens Jermiin-Nissen og Piet Hein"Sommer" af Hannah Schneider og Nicolai Kornerup. "Yndigt dufter Danmark" af Svend S. Schultz og Ulf Hoffmann. Dirigeret af Phillip Faber. Tilrettelagt af Anne Karine Prip, Emil Sebastian Bøll og Emil Assing Høyer.
 
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The Big 5 Personality Traits: what are they? What is personality psychology? The big five personality traits are five essential traits that have been described in psychological research. They can be remembered with the acronym OCEAN: openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism. Brain Health with Dr. Nissen brings you a…
 
Dr. Nicholas Norwitz, PhD, is a new shining star in nutrition science. This 25-year-old Ivy League Valedictorian obtained his PhD at Oxford University in just two years and is now pursing his MD at Harvard Medical School. His research expertise is ketosis and brain aging; however, he has published scientific papers on topics ranging from neuroscien…
 
Dr. Nicholas Norwitz, PhD, is a new shining star in nutrition science. This 25-year-old Ivy League Valedictorian obtained his PhD at Oxford University in just two years and is now pursing his MD at Harvard Medical School. His research expertise is ketosis and brain aging; however, he has published scientific papers on topics ranging from neuroscien…
 
Chuck Raison, MD, is the Mary Sue and Mike Shannon Distinguished Chair for Healthy Minds, Children & Families and Professor, Human Development and Family Studies, in the School of Human Ecology, and Professor, Department of Psychiatry, School of #Medicine and Public #Health, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Raison also serves as Director of Cli…
 
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (#CBT) is a powerful treatment for #depression and #anxiety. Whether we struggle with mental illness or are trying to support our loved ones, being skilled in #empathy can be a powerful tool for #emotionalintelligence/#EQ. Mike is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsel…
 
In this series on "How the Brain Works", we're unpacking the neurotransmitters. The media often throws around terms like "the happiness chemical" or "the memory chemical", and it's important to be informed about what #neurotransmitters really are and what you can do to make sure your #brain is working at its optimal capacity. Listen to this episode…
 
How common are sleep problems? What should we do if we can't sleep well? What are common causes and the evidence-based approaches for better sleep? Dr. Nissen reviews the research and answers some of the most common questions. Paper referenced: Cénat, Jude Mary, et al. "Prevalence of Symptoms of Depression, Anxiety, Insomnia, Posttraumatic Stress D…
 
What is caffeine, its pharmacology, risks, effects? What is caused by caffeine intoxication and withdrawal? Here's a mini-episode so you can be an informed consumer of the world's most heavily used psychoactive drug. Brain Health with Dr. Nissen brings you advancements in medicine, #neuroscience, psychiatry, and #nutrition to help you live a better…
 
What are #psychedelics and can they help with #mental illness? What could #LSD and #psilocybin (magic mushrooms) do to help with #depression? Katrin Preller received her M.Sc. (Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology) from University of Konstanz, Germany. She joined the University of Zurich where she investigated the neurobiological long-term effec…
 
Andrew Hill, PhD is one of the top peak performance coaches in the country. He holds a Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience from UCLA’s Department of Psychology and continues to do research on attention and cognition. Research methodology includes EEG, QEEG, and ERP. He has been practicing neurofeedback since 2003. In addition to founding Peak Brain Ins…
 
Today we discuss the different types of major risk factors for developing Alzheimer's disease, the different kinds of dementia, the role of insulin and diabetes, inflammation, and toxins in worsening Alzheimer's, and new evidence about possible preventative approaches. Brain Health with Dr. Nissen brings you advancements in medicine, #neuroscience,…
 
Michelin-starred chef David Bouley described Dr. Uma Naidoo as the world’s first “triple threat” in the food as medicine space. She is a Harvard trained psychiatrist, professional chef, and Nutrition Specialist. Her niche work is in nutritional psychiatry and she is regarded both nationally and internationally as a medical pioneer in this more newl…
 
Welcome, Brain Health Community! Today, we’re talking about a pandemic. This pandemic is causing huge amounts of suffering around the world, ravishing the developing brains of children around the world, and leaving countless people injured for their entire lives. No, this is not COVID-19. This is pornography addiction. I’m thrilled to be here with …
 
I was asked by a patient: "Should I use e-cigs to stop smoking?" It's not a simple question. Here's my answer that explores the benefits and risks of e-cigs/vaping, the risk of EVALI, lung disease, and nicotine addiction (especially in youth) and special considerations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Enjoy! Brain Health with Dr. Nissen brings you adv…
 
In this show you’ll learn about: How what we eat affects how much inflammation we have in our body How diseases like depression and Alzheimer’s are related to inflammation Hello Brain Health Community! Today, I’m thrilled to be speaking with Dr. Paul Saladino, MD. Dr. Saladino is well known for his work with the carnivore diet. He is the host of th…
 
Get the book here! https://bit.ly/emilyempathy This episode of @newmomboss is all about empathy. We discuss his definition of empathy, the importance it has in the stability of our kids, the effects it has on mental health, and some practical ways to practice this within our homes. Kallista Andersen is the founder of New Mom Boss. She helps moms-to…
 
This is a discussion with Dr. Nathaniel Morris about how mental health interfaces with the legal and criminal justice system. Mental illness is closely related to the criminal justice system, and while discussed socially and in the media, the intricacies of the legal system itself are difficult to understand. This episode will bring clarity to thes…
 
Do you want to learn how to read faster, remember more, and become limitless? Well then, this episode is for you. In our shows, we discuss how to improve mental health, sharpen cognition, and reach optimal performance. When it comes to sharpening cognition and reaching optimal performance, elevating our learning skills is how we can become limitles…
 
Is depression genetic, hereditary, are there depression genes, or a depression gene test? Is there a depression microbiome, dysbiosis, bacteria, or infections that lead to depression? Is depression curable, does it have a cure? How do you heal from depression when you've tried everything and relapse? Brain Health with Dr. Nissen brings you advancem…
 
What is the role of saunas, infrared saunas, and other hyperthermia treatments in depression? What is the role of light therapy, lamps, blue light exposure, and circadian rhythms for seasonal affective disorder (SAD) and depression? What is the role of mindfulness meditation, guided meditations, meditation apps like Headspace, and cognitive behavio…
 
As a listener interested in brain health, you may be thinking about the developing brains of your kids, grandkids, or other young loved ones. It can be difficult when kids we love have excessive anxiety about greeting people, being away from Mom, or even going to school. What can we do about this? Is there anything that can help? Today’s show will …
 
Why is sleep important? What is the role of poor sleep quality, sleep deprivation, and sleep apnea on our ability to learn new languages, content, and complex ideas? What is the difference between REM and non-REM sleep? What is occurring with beta-amyloid plaques in Alzheimer's dementia and what role does the glymphatic system play in dementia prev…
 
What are antidepressants, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) like fluoxetine, sertraline, citalopram, and escitalopram? Do antidepressants work, and how do they work? What is the role of exercise, walking, biking, hiking, weight lifting for depression? What is the role of the microbiome, probiotics, and bacteria in depression? Is there…
 
Dr. Lief Fenno, MD, PhD received his Bachelor's degree in neurobiology from Harvard, where he worked at the intersection of human embryonic stem cells and Parkinson's disease. Afterward, he continued this endeavor at the Harvard Stem Cell Institute in Boston before joining the Stanford Neuroscience program as an MD/PhD student. He's currently worki…
 
In this episode, you’ll learn about the relationship between the brain and the body in the creation of chronic pain, the impact of anxiety, anger, and frustration on pain, and some surprising evidence-based approaches to chronic pain. Dr. David Hanscom is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in the surgical correction of complex spine …
 
Is there any role of hormones in depression, hormone imbalance, postpartum depression, premenstrual dysphoric disorder? Is depression more common in women, girls, teens? What is the role of sleep, circadian rhythms, insomnia, and melatonin? What is the relationship between trauma, cortisol (stress hormone), the HPA axis, and trauma informed care wi…
 
Mary M. Flynn, PhD, RD, LDN is an Associate Professor of Medicine (Clinical) at Brown University and teaches courses in nutrition at Brown, and lectures on nutrition in the Alpert Medical School. She has been a research dietitian at The Miriam Hospital (Providence, RI) since 1984. Her main research interest is how food can be used as medicine and h…
 
This is a discussion with Dr. Nathaniel Morris about how mental health interfaces with the legal and criminal justice system. Mental illness is closely related to the criminal justice system, and while discussed socially and in the media, the intricacies of the legal system itself are difficult to understand. This episode will bring clarity to thes…
 
In this episode, Dr. Ted O’Connell and Dr. Nick Nissen discuss the mental health concerns that have been arising in the wake of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. Some of the topics covered include: ● An overview of some prominent mental health concerns during this pandemic ● A description of the neurological mechanism behind our increased anxiety during a p…
 
Stille morgener, regnvejr og lange lyse nætter. Tag med DR PigeKoret ud i sommeren og hør tre smukke sange: "Sommerens ø" af Mogens Jermiin-Nissen og Piet Hein"Sommer" af Hannah Schneider og Nicolai Kornerup. "Yndigt dufter Danmark" af Svend S. Schultz og Ulf Hoffmann. Dirigeret af Phillip Faber. Tilrettelagt af Anne Karine Prip, Emil Sebastian Bøl…
 
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