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"mike dow" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

Hay House Meditations

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"mike dow" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

"Difference between you the part of you that always was always will be the part of you that is greater then salts that may contain eighty nine in a brain but is not defined by it the part of you that is soulful the part of you that is loving the part of you that has no boundaries not even the boundaries of time or your physical body end that river so many times we jump into that river and we think that we are that river that we are are thought so we are are ceilings so in this moment i want you to just feel the difference between who you truly are in that river that his thoughts that his feelings and while you may look to the river for information and while you may look to the river help you to make decisions you feel the difference when you actually know that that river is not you that you are just so much greater than what you find in that river then you're not you're socks and you are not your feelings and maybe in that moment when you can actually touch that separation between you're mind and you you actually are filled with that feeling of connection to all human beings and maybe be boundaries of time time in your physical body even fade away and maybe in this moment you also can cultivate a lighter touch in the way you relate to what you find in your thought in feeling stream at any given moment since you're not trying to jump in the river and change the color of it or the speed of it and you can do that because you have this sense this intuition is feeling that you were so much greater than what you find and when you can greet the darkest fear or anxious ceiling with the same sort of non judgment and allowing as you greet the greatest lightest joy that you find in that river maiming this moment news field this sense of freedom and maybe you're thoughts and your feelings at any given moment aren't going to feel so heavy to you maybe you can let those thoughts and feelings roll off your back just a little bit more and perhaps that new energy that you are cultivating in this twelve minute meditation end this practice is going to set you free in so many ways so that the part of you that is view the part of you that has always been and always will be that can pay attention to your thoughts and feelings but not be ruled by then not be held hostage by that maybe that internal part of you that truest part of you the part of you that is light can start to make the decisions that truly change your life maybe that part of you that is you to create the life that is filled with love and compassion even when you find you're river filled with judgment or grudges or anger or anxiety or depression in this moment.

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"mike dow" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

Hay House Meditations

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"mike dow" Discussed on Hay House Meditations

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"mike dow" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"mike dow" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Pain or wait that hoped somehow tapped into the mud O'Connor in your cells in woke them back up, like what won't. Yeah, that's what we're finding. I, you know, and a lot of it is sort of, well, we don't know why that works. We can tell you sort of theories and we could look at the brain scans. Have we have these? We have the, we have. I have a hypothesis of why that works, but we we know that in these these in these studies that it does work. So yeah, I think there is to fit of a trick question. I asked Jack canfield the same thing when I interviewed him it was fascinating because he's he's just kind of sat back was like, of course, I don't know what you wanna call them. But of course, stuff is real because all of my clients kick the most asked Hyun, say those, they all have something like that. And. This is just how it is, and it was just super open. It was. It was fascinating and then, okay, I have narrow scientists looking at brain states. Yes, we can train data and we know what happens data and I can pick out the brainwaves of people who are more likely to say, oh, yeah, I perceive that as that energy is this kind of thing or another. Some brains are wired z. things better than others. And no, that isn't taught in clinical textbooks. That's just what you see when you look at a lot of brainwaves. And that's, you know something. I've my own twenty years doing your feedback. I've the technical term is I tripped balls. More from neuro feedback in certain states, fade a data states in particular or alpha beta borders in specific regions of the brain than I have from any. I waspa- things was shamans in Peru, which is pretty amazing. So there's a lot of interesting stuff going on in there, but we don't see it most of the time in different people see different things. I have no idea what you wanna call it. Some people give it religious names. We'll give spiritual people called in. I don't really care, but there's something valuable in there that is that you can use to turn on your energy and what does clinical studies you're saying. I talk about the clinical studies on your feedback on hypnotism. There's good data that even if we don't have a good explanation, that one hundred percent sure for why it works. We can tell you if you do a usually get be. And yeah, the science may take a thousand years or five years to all the little things between envy in the meantime, all take be like I liked the outcome. And I'll do whatever it is. And if it turns out that there's actually an army of little Smurfs that that are invisible makeup, I don't care man go to work smirks. It doesn't matter what the results I'm with David Mann, does it feel good? So now all the studies aside, I like you feel like I tripped balls the first time. I did alpha Theta training with feedback. In the first time I had to be the patient in my clinical hypnosis training, and of course alpha beta neuro feedback and hypnosis are both releases spending the brain invader and you. I would. I would call both experience. You know, they're very similar in what they're doing in terms of brainwaves. And I feel like I sometimes trip balls on it, and I feel like I feel high. I feel really good and my basil ganglia so that you know that Saint part of the brain that lights up with cocaine in a spec scan that was lighting up like a firecracker for me under hypnosis. So. Yeah, exactly. So these are states that people get from debriefing from. Hypnosis. We've got a virtual flow tank, went here at my house that we have it at bulletproof labs, life Santiago's, and you're lying on your back in this thing that spins like a record player to turn off parts of your nervous system like a flow tank does, and all these things are out there. And if people have never experienced any of that stuff because they don't play, they don't have that part of this health care. There's huge untapped performance from just letting that part of the brain do its thing. And I in my own life, I repressed my data brainwaves enormously because to graduate from high school, I would go force lights for a lot of kids, but especially for me after why they put.

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"mike dow" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"mike dow" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"I was fifteen years old. My brother had a massive stroke that was caused by a rare brain disease, and my father was a forward thinking physician who at the time put my brother on massive doses on of fish, oil of mega threes. When you know twenty years ago, people thought that that was that fish oil was snake oil and that couldn't possibly have a profound effect on a brain that had a massive stroke. Right. Well, we know that it absolutely does that that is one of the many supplements that has a profound effect. And then when I, you know, I, I really wanted to help people and I wanted to help people in a way that was a little bit outside of the box. You know, my dad. Was a VA physician. It was. It was very in the box medicine, and I was sort of more excited about the way that things like hope and the way that you know everyday. I was always obsessed with food, but I was obsessed with the chemical structure of food and I was obsessed with things that didn't really fit inside the box. You know, trust me, I heard medical school from the time. I was a lot of four years old. On up, and I really did not want to go to medical school, but I knew I wanted to get a doctorate in psychology. And when I started to treat people, I realize the more I treated people, the more I realized I wanted to learn, I wanted to learn about neuro therapy and psychopharmacology in sex therapy because human beings we are so diverse, and we are so complicated in our brains are so complicated. So that's, that's. That's why I have so much training. Oh, and I'm just a nerd, right? I, I just wanna know everything about everything, and I think a lot of people listening. Okay, but hypnosis. Okay. So some psychologists use noses, but you hypnotize doctor ause on stage or on camera. Right? I did. I did. How often do you use hypnosis? Are you trying to do it to me right now? Yeah, I am and it's it's. It's something that I am so fascinated by. I think hypnosis is actually the most powerful mind body medicine tool in in my in my arsenal. So I know that you do a lot of meditation neuro feedback, and you know what's so incredible about hypnosis is that it can target the brain in ways and it. You know in study after study, when we use hypnosis and the subconscious brain to treat fibromyalgia, IBS it in study after study, it works better than prescription drugs. So to me that that is mind boggling and it can do things that the conscious brain can't. So there's just something incredible about the subconscious brain. And when I hit the ties doctor ause, you know, there was this moment on stage, you know. So I'm putting him into a trance and by the way, his entire studio audience, right? And he goes to commercial break. And this woman sitting sitting right next to us is is sort of confused astounded. And she turns to me and she was like, wow, that was crazy. And you can tell that this is something that works in a way that you know for me, I like meditation, but I love hypnosis hypnosis. You know, we know that of from brainwave point of view. That hypnosis is usually mostly alpha waves. But man when I had my brain wave, my own brainwaves scans, it just washes most of the brain in data waves which is slower. In deeper than those alpha waves. And yet, man, you can feel it. You just you fall so deep in a really as dreamlike and you're sort of suspending yourself in that in that state of being awaken being asleep, dreaming state, but you're unlike dreaming where you don't have much control. You have control of what you're painting, which I think is incredible, which is why some contract PTSD in one or two sessions, which is just mind boggling to me because I used to treat it the old fashioned way right twenty thirty sessions and people just were dropping out like flies. So I think it's quite frankly, it's brain magic is funny because people sales stuff about doctor ause because people using his name online without his permission, and I interviewed him about that of maybe thirty forty episodes ago and having been on his show. He is one incredibly smart. Well, intentioned release smart physician incredibly knowledgeable. On diverse range of things pays exceptional attention.

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"mike dow" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"mike dow" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"You might have seen him on TV shows on VH one TLC the today show. And on top of that, the other reason I'm kind of excited talk to him. He's got a second doctorate in clinical sexology and he has a post doctorate amount of training in psychopharmacology which is what I was going to study when I made six million dollars. And that was twenty six years old except I lost it. So I went to work for twenty more years, and I never did studies like pharmacology, but this guy did full time licence as a psychotherapist and a sex therapist and all sorts of crazy stuff. In other words, total bad ass at multiple. Parts of what it takes to be a high performance, highly functional, happy human being talking about none other than Dr. Mike, Dow, Mike, welcome to the show. Hey, Dave. Thanks so much for having me for the kind introduction. You know, I'm sort of annoyed you and I spent four days together last week and I didn't ever you live because I didn't realize I was scheduled interview today for days after we hung out. But I saw you at JJ virgins event for health influencers had to get time partying, they're sure did. And now we get to talk about all the good stuff. Yes. You've been writing for a while and you've progressed your work. One of your early books in twenty fifteen. You talk about the brain fog fix on reclaiming focus memory and joy in three weeks. And then he moved onto healing, your drained, brain with anxiety and som- Neha and balancing, and they talk about the subconscious. What's the evolution in your thinking when you go from one book on the brain to another to another, what's chainsaw. I think a lot is changed, and I think we at you know, you sort of this podcast talking about how things are getting better. And I think we as a society, we as a people are also getting better in terms of how much we know how much we know about the brain and also what we know about the natural solutions in the evidence evidence based practices that work right, which is what I think all of your community in all these people who wanna hack their biology are so excited to read your books in my books. And I think we're starting to realize how profound a small changes everyday changes have on the brain. I know you and I have both had our brain scans. And we can actually see the brain and we can see these changes happening on a neuro chemical level. We can see the brainwaves changing, and I think the the biggest thing in terms of the way the most Americans are thinking is, wow. What I choose to do every single day has a profound effect on my brain, not just not just my mind because the mind can change the brain, but on the on the brain itself. So that's kind of exciting. I ran into that that same mindset I started out at twenty twenty five years ago. I'm gonna take smart drugs because my brain isn't working. And after a lot of different avenues of your biology isn't working at the level, your brain doesn't work. But even if you get your biology working, if the voices in your head or me little bastards, then it's gonna fight your biology and then it won't work. So it's all this kind of tangled spaghetti bowl of weirdness. You have an unusual amount of training in. Diverse set of fields, though, which makes you better suited to untangling really going in there. I wanna go back even further than than your books. Why did you choose to study such an unusual collection of things? I mean, sex therapists and psychologists because he those together pharmacology. What? What was your mindset and getting all this stuff? Well, you know what?.

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"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"Yeah so i think one of the best things to do is to do what works for you you know because when you're having a panic attack what works for one person is going to actually make another person anxious definitely so a lot of people say oh well i know that shoeing on ice is the thing that like helps me to like interrupt the panic attack okay great so join ice what are some examples of things people do so it may or may not work for anyone die for matic breathing i think is a really good one so when you're nervous system you know really what a panic attack is is really a surge of stress hormones and it's it's the it's the sympathetic nervous system taking over and just surging way too fast so when that happens the sympathetic nervous system because it's thinking it's preparing you to run away for entire it's thinking that needs more oxygen so you breathing's going to get way too fast so instead of the becoming inhalation dominant you want to shift your brain to become explanation dominant so really simple way to do that and this is great even people who don't have panic attacks is to make your ex hail twice as long as you're inhale so i recommend three six breath so just inhale to the kind of three let's do one two three xl one two three four five six you see how out so it feels so foreign right because we're used to like right but that out breath and you can it doesn't have to be exact to my count but just make the x hell twice as long because that is going to it's going to trick your brain into thinking that the danger has passed and you're okay.

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"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"Angeles which is amazing they have breath work classes and i found breath work is helped me a lot cure my anxiety breathing fern our elise can actually really hope you guys it's a weird i have i a have chest a chest drain brain all up on a yama in people say lauren probably smells like that breath in there you're far that's funny have the worst thing guide but but who survive this nami chapter in in my book about it and some techniques it helps to treat major depression and ptsd because it helps you nervous system to go up and down of your likes we'd have question about somebody who was like sleeping ten hours a day if depression is really a low energy disorder right so if you need a teacher depression is really about teaching the nervous them to rise and come back up and promised specially the activating practices like bellows breath sort of like sort of like interval training with your breath so it's like okay okay breath okay come up okay been down right so bellows breath up dive matic breathing down here nervous right i'm getting so smart actually my sent okay what do you do when you're having an exotic i what's sitting executive attack in a panic attack same thing same thing oh interesting okay so she said she asked where the best steps to take when you're an exotic i asked this because this morning i crippling executive act in my mind i was a commodore explaining to my significant other how i was feeling and what i was going through but he says i was acting like a child throwing a tantrum and it was embarrassing for him so i guess there's two questions in one would do you do when you have an executive attack to calm yourself down without meds and then what do you do when you have a family member not understanding what you're going through.

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"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"The brain is different and depression so we know that the left door so a lot of print cortex is under active so the brain structures are different we know that there's low serotonin low dopamine we've been talking about street drugs because that's how most people understand the chemicals right that's how i always thought the mouth there's also a really new treatment for people with severe depression they now use the street drug ketamine sarin light came in during her phase novell's so special k ketamine is actually really effective for people who are suicide grain video game what is ketamine ketamine was originally used capturing try forced a horse strangle is it so ketamine is was originally used as a tranquilizer for animals and then it became a party drug but now realizing it's probably the most effective and in a press in for people who are suicidal snort it you get an ivy don at home don't go out looking for special k so if somebody is like i'm going to kill myself today you get you give them a little bit of ketamine ivy and they will feel not suicidal like within twelve or twenty four hours wow it's pretty crazy so we have there are treatment options at work really really fast so so even tms which works really really well for depression it's gonna take a month and if somebody suicide we don't have that kind of time right so it was an i'm not suggesting anyone of this table needs to go out and by the way their clinics so we use it in inpatient facilities where somebody's like i'm suicidal great gives them ketamine ivy craig.

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"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

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"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

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"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"That you just need like a maintenance treatment so they probably just go like forever i mean sort of just need like one treatment every life much is this going to paltrow does i don't know does she i'm i'm assuming assuming that like she does ever we're goop how is this expensive will insurance often covers a lot of people lot of patients that i referred pay like nothing interesting thing actually okay great so basically there's alternative artists to the medication but if you have sex drive on your meds it's just like that sucks for you essential amino acids so things like you know your diet we know that diet is so huge diet and exercise are so effing effective four freshen anxiety mental i know thousand percent i work out for that reason not to be cheating i work out just to have an hour not thinking of anything but like this miserable push it makes you stop that you don't think about anything about the other than you're sweating then you're like oh i might get skinnier is the best feeling good yeah on the treadmill and do interval training for the for the stress relief more than more than the physical it's great for both but like yeah me too so that helps sex drive omega threes can help with with wetness lubrication omega threes can help with your mood your sex drive and a lot of the essential essential amino acids so you wanna get those essential fatty acids ear mega threes but you also want to get these central me knows right so when you when you look at supplementing you look at things like l fini are you look for anxiety or look at things like a five hdp's supplement and specially the b vitamins on my god you give somebody a beaver item 'an especially you are are you talion yeah we gotta talk about this can i just say real quick we have an amazing sponsor called ritual you guys and they are the best vitamins ever so if you're lacking or deficient in vitamin you should hit that up anyways okay what about being talion vitamins are huge and your latina yes so if you are a talion or latino or chinese so every this table.

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"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"Yeah it's gonna be off yeah so yeah you probably aren't going to feel really silly so if something is going there's a new york times oughta go on my facebook like in the near tons article was many people taking ended presence realize they can't stop it's been fifteen years for you but here's an alternative this one of my favorites placebo double blind study done and a lot of people were in the study so it wasn't like eight patients a ton they put one of them on a prescription esera ended a precedent and they put the other group on high official with high epa and low dha so we're looking at but it's the ratio so you're looking at the back of the bottle because epa affects mood dj is for cognition so you want on the back of the bottle there's only like three brands of four brands that have this so you're looking for a thousand milligrams of epa and only about one hundred fifty grams of dha this is actually pretty hard to find ratio because it's a very potent epa formula probably the most readily available brand that has raise your close to this is the nordic naturals brand they have one that's called epa extra that i really like this brand get my dogs a pet one there's another couple happy oh yeah other happy and it was it was affective in treating major depressive disorder if it's affected and treating major depressive disorder it's amazing anybody with minor depression's probably very effective for things like ocd now.

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"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"Excited but you're also with no serotonin you're really really obsessed with rav object and you feel like you're being fed off them and like you're obsessed and you don't wanna eat wanna sleep you're just like like an eight ball and like and also just got done doing molly i've no serotonin being love i fall in love but then what happens when you stay in love those to narrow chemicals switch places do you wanna eat more and more right sort of people some people do some people don't some people like whatever so in i realized even a meeting so usually when dopamine goes low and serotonin goes up you're probably more likely to eat more because when dopamine goes up you certainly most people are not gonna wanna eat so then you're gonna feel when serotonin goes up you're gonna feel secure and happy yeah but you're not gonna feel obsessed yeah so worsen sation seekers are going to go so you probably know a lot of people like this shading episode go from relationship to relationship chasing the high they can't commit because the high comes with a low so that's why a lot of people don't chase in like we'll settle because then you gotta go with the guy that broke my heart was this station's from one relationship to another and you know what they do they misinterpret the dopamine coming down in the brain they think this woman anymore oh i need to go through that terrible scare.

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"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"Twenties he doesn't talk very much about it but he had to go to the psychiatrist twice a week to his mother's ings due to his mom always too yeah so definitely some family history of neuro chemistry probably some low serotonin and you know when you have a family history doesn't matter if your your mom had depression or your dad handing an anxiety disorder because remember a low serotonin anxiety disorder ocd is related to low serotonin so yeah that all make sense it's so rare to meet someone who's not oh yeah i'm anxious to having zayed's at what i noticed wants to give my story right now but at what point does it go from i'm so depressed like you're depressed yeah so that's a great question because it is it is really dangerous when somebody is has major depressive disorder actually i think it's important role quick sorry for you to define anxiety and defined depression go into lawrence different right because we talk about serotonin and then there's other the other major brain chemical dopamine right so in depression it can either be lows are tonen or low dopamine or sometimes both and by the way there's other brain chemicals like mate and northern effort and let's simplify them right so serotonin rain downer right so if you molly that's going to boost your here's our like that's gonna be down that's that's true so depression is really about feeling more hopeless right so you're you're downers you're i'm sorry you're uppers or down and exactly your feelgood downers are down right so when you're anxious it's more about it's all about what i call your mantra so if your mantra is something along the lines of i'm not okay or not going to be okay or someone i love is not going to be okay e g who in my family's gonna die or is our plane to hawaii going to go down that's some version of we're not going to be okay my family's not being on the phone they're not okay that's anxiety right so depression is some version of i'm not good enough right or self ac low self esteem it's dark it's bleak so if i were to give them a color i would say that would be red or yellow i see it i see it.

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"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"mike dow" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"Me one listrik holistic natural what you know all the stuff that i'm all about you know what the food hacks that can help you to deal with that and all this and ashley lord and i really wanna do this topic just because i feel like our age group or demographic really deals with things iety a lot like i personally didn't even know i had anxiety until like recently i was like oh this is anxiety i thought it was just like how i was a person and i feel like this may be a little dark but like just everything going on in the country like with school shootings thirteen reasons wise out it's just like a discussion that a lot of people are having and it's like it's nice to have you to figure out how we can battle depression societal story about nasr she was going through my book he'll your drain brain which seven fall thought patterns and cognitive therapy polarize thinking pessimism rallies analysis and she was she was like can i text you my homework and she was like okay so a have this and you know my book tell people to look at your thoughts and change them right because that's what cognitive behavioral therapies all about it's like training your brain right and she was like okay so i have thought this does this go under this category pessimism or is it more is it more polarized thinking and she was an actually a trick question because and it was sort of a hard one because because it actually had elements that would actually go under two different of the seven pitfall pattern so it action elements of both so cbt's all about classic classification of which kind of pitfall panyu had identifying it and then looking for the contrary evidence to finding it so she was definitely in april student because she was it was so adorable that she was.

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"mike dow" Discussed on Healthy Lifestyle Show

Healthy Lifestyle Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"mike dow" Discussed on Healthy Lifestyle Show

"Hello how he lifestyle is under house bonfires and while her back to the healthy lifestyle show where we talk about healthy lifestyle tips tricks and techniques to you ever feel oliver like you just can't think streets often forgetting the simple things and fuelling lost in a fog many people get this feeling and sensation commonly known as brain fog feeling like their brain is scattered or like as dombi is walking around inside or even the sensation that you may have adhd sometimes tallying yourselves that end justifying that is just a normal parted aging or you may have not gotten the rain amount of sleep well your thoughts should not be foggy you shouldn't be having troubles remembering where you place your sunglasses or your car keys so what is brain fog and why do we experience said brain fog happens because our brains are not nutritionally supported for the brain to perform at an optimal level it must have the proper amount of nutrients vitamins and minerals to feel energized focused an inspired our guest and author of the brain fog fix dr mike dow is here to talk to us about how we can start supporting our mental health to get the clarity we need to day hey dr mike i'm really excited to have you here with us today welcome to the show thank you so much for having me wonderful yes so i understand you have this new book released the brain fog fix.

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"mike dow" Discussed on Healthy Lifestyle Show

Healthy Lifestyle Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"mike dow" Discussed on Healthy Lifestyle Show

"Hello how he lifestyle is under house bonfires and while her back to the healthy lifestyle show where we talk about healthy lifestyle tips tricks and techniques to you ever feel oliver like you just can't think streets often forgetting the simple things and fuelling lost in a fog many people get this feeling and sensation commonly known as brain fog feeling like their brain is scattered or like as dombi is walking around inside or even that sensation that you may have adhd sometimes tallying yourselves that end justifying that is just a normal parted aging or you may have not gotten the rain amount of sleep well your thoughts should not be foggy you shouldn't be having troubles remembering where you place your sunglasses or your car keys so what is brain fog and why do we experience said brain fog happens because our brains are not nutritionally supported for the brain to perform at an optimal level it must have the proper amount of nutrients vitamins and minerals to feel energized focused an inspired our guest and author of the brain fog fix dr mike dow is here to talk to us about how we can start supporting our mental health to get the clarity we need to day eight actor mike i'm really excited to have you here with us today welcome to the show thank you so much for avenue wonderful yes so i understand you have this new book released the brain fog fix.

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