Chronically Human Podcast
How to improve your brain with Exercise - Dr. John Ratey CHPodcast Ep. 34
Hi my name is Brad Miller and Welcome to the Chronically Human Podcast where we have discussions aimed at creating a better world with more individual freedom and less unnecessary suffering.
We have an amazing guest today, Dr. John Ratey. Dr. Ratey is a best selling author, An Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, an internationally recognized expert in the Neuropsychiatry and is the author of the Book “Spark - The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain. Which shows that we can use our bodies to heal and protect our brains. He is also the author of Go Wild, that shows how we can achieve optimal physical and mental health by getting in touch with our cave man roots.
Dr. Ratey explains why along with exercise socializing is vitally important for physical and mental health. He also discusses what he means when he talks about the Dr. Paleolithic Rhythms of our ancestors and how we can use them as a guide to live a healthier and happier life.
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I really enjoyed our conversation because Dr. Ratey explains the science behind the old adage “If you don’t use it, you lose it”.
Thanks for listening and let us know your thoughts on using exercise to improve, protect and heal the brain.
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