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BBHT 20: Neurology of meltdowns, napping and preventing dementia

BBHT 20: Neurology of meltdowns, napping and preventing dementia

BrainYour brain is a marvelous machine! Even when you are having a meltdown or throwing a tantrum. Knowing is half the battle and if you understand the neurology behind losing control then you can use a bunch of “brain hacks” to regain control over your brain.

In todays podcast Scott Wustenberg from Optimal life and I talk through a few brain tips on how to regain control over a meltdown. We also answer the age old question of what is the best nap duration to have during the day (its 40min if you couldn’t be bothered listening).

Finally we talk about what long term stratergies you can take to proling brain health and minimise the chance of dementia later in life.

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