Dr Tara Swart is a world-renowned Neuroscientist from MIT in Boston. Dr. Swart is the only leadership coach with a PhD in neuroscience and a successful career as a medical doctor behind her. She is also an award-winning author and teaches courses on how to maximize your leadership skills through using principles of neuroscience. She’s on the Legendary Life podcast today to talk about how to boost your mental performance at work and in life.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why your brain is the CEO of your body
- Change your brain, change your life
- Why you should care about neuroscience
- Myths about the brain
- Fascinating facts you never knew about the human brain
- Can what you eat affect your brain health
- The best fats to feed your brain for performance
- Do ketogenic diets actually improve brain performance
- How fasting improves brain function
- How to improve your mental toughness
- Are carbs helping or destroying your brain
- How sleep deprivation may increase Alzheimer’s risk
- How you’re reducing your IQ without knowing
- Why some people need less sleep than others
- Low testosterone and Sleep deprivation: What’s the link?
- What is melatonin and should you really take it for sleep
- How the light from your TV and electronic devices affects your sleep
- 5 Simple tips to improve your sleep
- Is modern life hurting your health
- The only thing that can make up for sleep deprivation
- Why you should stop reading books (and listening to podcasts) and go out and have experiences
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