#254 – AMA #47: Cold therapy: pros, cons, and its impact on longevity
“If we’re talking about [activating brown adipose tissue] as a solution for overweight or obesity in adults, it’s not a needle mover.” —Peter Attia
Finding the right fit in a psychotherapist
When it comes to therapy, the quality of the patient-therapist relationship is critical to success.
#245 ‒ Overcoming trauma, finding inner peace, and living a meaningful and fulfilling life | Lewis Howes
“I think inner peace is the greatest currency.” —Lewis Howes
Screen time and children’s cognition: a question of context
A recent review suggests that screen time may not be as bad for infants as many of us may think – but only under the right circumstances.
#241 ‒ Living intentionally, valuing time, prioritizing relationships, and more keys to a rich life | Ric Elias (Part 2)
“The day you stop growing is the day that you age.” —Ric Elias
The dangers of “healthy” addictions
Though exercise has virtually unlimited health benefits, addiction to exercise can be a danger to mental and physical well-being. But what distinguishes exercise addiction from healthy engagement in physical activity?
#237 ‒ Optimizing life for maximum fulfillment | Bill Perkins
“In the game of life, what I’m solving for is regret minimization. . .I want the highest score in net fulfillment.” —Bill Perkins
Understanding nature’s effects on stress requires more than intuition
A recent study investigated how nature walks impact brain regions involved in stress responses but trips on its own assumptions
Does solitude equate to loneliness?
At all stages of life, we spend more time alone than ever before in history. Are we growing lonely?
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