Curating Content To Support Learning About Humanity's Transition

This content was posted on  29 Apr 22  by   Neurohacker Collective  on  Facebook Page
Is there really a visual mode associated with calmness that can change our stress levels? …

Is there really a visual mode associated with calmness that can change our stress levels?

Yes: panoramic vision, or optic flow. We can actually turn off the stress response by changing the way that we are viewing our environment, regardless of what’s in that environment.

Listen to this encore episode of Collective Insights to learn how you can leverage breath and vision to quiet your stress response: #StressAwarenessMonth

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Dr. Andrew Huberman, professor of neuroscience at Stanford, and Brian Mackenzie, renowned coach and innovator in health and fitness, have teamed up to stack their distinct professional insights. Find out how research with visually evoked fear in lab mice can be applied to optimize human performance….


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