The Most Effective Ways To Manage Stress & Anxiety w/Dr. Wendy Suzuki EP 1160
The School of Greatness
Unwrapping the Gifts of Good Anxiety with Wendy Suzuki
No one would be surprised to hear that anxiety has become a staple of modern life, particularly over the past year and a half, but what may surprise some is that anxiety is a necessary component in our lives that can be managed and kept at a level which actually optimizes our performance. On today’s podcast, Indre is joined by the legendary Dr. Wendy Suzuki, Professor of Neural Science and Psychology at New York University, who is best known for her extensive work studying areas in the brain critical for our ability to form and retain new long-term memories. Wendy discusses the shift in her research to understanding how aerobic exercise can be used to improve learning, memory and higher cognitive abilities in humans, and examines anxiety and the gifts it offers as outlined in her new book, Good Anxiety: Harnessing the Power of the Most Misunderstood Emotion. Show Links: Inquiring Minds Podcast Homepage Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/inquiringminds See https://omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information. Good Anxiety Healthy Brain, Happy Life Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/inquiringmindsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
700: How to Make Your Anxiety Work For You with Wendy Suzuki
How to Be Awesome at Your Job
TMHS 509: The Surprising Science Of Anxiety & Making Good Anxiety Work For You - With Guest Dr. Wendy Suzuki
The Model Health Show
Did you know that a staggering 90% of the population struggles with anxiety on some level? For many people, navigating life through a pandemic has been incredibly anxiety-inducing. The truth is: anxiety is a natural coping mechanism that humans have evolved with over time. It’s part of who we are. We’re not going to eradicate the existence of anxiety, so we have to learn to cope with it, change the way we respond to it, and use our anxieties to our advantage. In her new book, Good Anxiety, world-renowned neuroscientist Dr. Wendy Suzuki outlines powerful yet simple ways we can reframe our anxiety and use it to our benefit. Today you’re going to hear Dr. Suzuki’s insights into transforming your anxiety into your superpower, why anxiety and creativity often coexist, and real tips for shifting into a place of good anxiety. You’re going to hear how your anxiety can make you more creative, empathetic, and resilient. I hope this episode resonates with you and inspires you to think about stress and anxiety in an empowering light. So listen in, take good notes, and enjoy this episode of The Model Health Show! In this episode you’ll discover: What anxiety is, and where it is created in the brain. The percentage of the population had anxiety before the pandemic. How our stress response system evolved over time. Why anxiety is actually a protective mechanism. How different systems in the body respond to stress and anxiety. What our anxiety can tell us about our values. How to turn your anxiety into your superpower. The differences between positive and negative brain plasticity. What it means to turn your what-if list into a to-do list. The power of being immersed in a positive environment. Where resilience stems from. Why there’s no such thing as a negative emotion. How to increase levels of BDNF in your brain. Tips for building your optimism muscle. What it means to cultivate an activist mindset. The link between anxiety and creativity. What joy conditioning is. The direct connection between your olfactory system and your memory. How meditation can bring you into good anxiety. Items mentioned in this episode include: PaleoValley.com/model -- Use code MODEL for 15% off! Foursigmatic.com/model -- Get an exclusive discount on your daily health elixirs! Good Anxiety by Dr. Wendy Suzuki Spark: How Creativity Works by Julie Burstein Connect with Dr. Wendy Suzuki Website / Facebook / Twitter Join TMHS Facebook community - Model Nation Be sure you are subscribed to this podcast to automatically receive your episodes: Apple Podcasts Stitcher Spotify Soundcloud *Download Transcript
Dr. Wendy Suzuki: Good and Bad Anxiety, Stress Responses, and the Importance of Mindset
Have you ever thought there was "good" anxiety? This week, Dr. Wendy Suzuki and I talk all about the good, the bad, and the ugly parts of anxiety. She explains how to approach anxiety, the thoughts behind it, the tools to use to take control of your anxiety and take back your life! We discuss her research while writing her new book, Good Anxiety, and how important mindset is and the effect of physical activity on the brain. Dr. Wendy A. Suzuki is a Professor of Neural Science and Psychology in the Center for Neural Science at New York University. Her major research interest continues to be brain plasticity. Wendy is passionate about teaching, exercise, and supporting and mentoring up-and-coming scientists. What we discuss… 2:32- What was the reason for writing your book? 4:04- What is the difference between good and bad anxiety? 6:56- What is stress inoculation? 10:54- How to think about stress and stress responses 15:42- Did anything surprise you during your research on stress 19:24- The effects of physical activity on the brain 23:10- The effects of meditation on the brain 25:44- What happens to one’s physiology during the stress state? 33:14- Is there truth in the research of the smile effect? 40:51- Tools to use for fixing anxiety and joy conditioning 48:04- How to change your mindset to a joy bias 51:48- How does one begin to engage more into implicit memories? 54:40- What was the root of your social anxiety? To learn more about Dr. Wendy… Website: wendysuzuki.com Instagram: @wendy.suzuki Related links: insidetracker.com/align for 25% OFF the entire Insider Tracker store drinkLMNT.com/align for a FREE sample pack of LMNT RECHARGE www.magbreakthrough.com/alignpodcast and use ALIGN10 during checkout to save 10 percent.
"The brain is very responsive. One of its most amazing capacities is its ability to change, and one of the most common experiences of brain plasticity is the ability to have new experiences and new sounds stick with us." Dr. Wendy Suzuki is here, to talk all things music, exercise, and yes, the brain. She is a highly distinguished neural scientist--at her lab at New York University and through her research and writing-- and she is telling us the truth about how we can, at every stage in life, mold, stretch, and yes, improve our brain. This is a fascinating and energetic conversation on the topic we all wonder about. What's going on inside the brain? is improvement always possible, no matter what the age? The answer, it seems, might be yes. Dr. Wendy A. Suzuki is a Professor of Neural Science and Psychology in the Center for Neural Science at New York University. She received her undergraduate degree in physiology and human anatomy at the University of California, Berkeley in 1987 studying with Prof. Marion C. Diamond, a leader in the field of brain plasticity. She went on to earn her Ph.D. in Neuroscience from U.C. San Diego in 1993 and completed apost-doctoral fellowship at the National Institutes of Health before accepting her faculty position at New York University in 1998. Her major research interest continues to be brain plasticity. She is best known for her extensive work studying areas in the brain critical for our ability to form and retain new long-term memories. More recently her work has focused on understanding how aerobic exercise can be used to improve learning, memory and higher cognitive abilities in humans. Wendy is passionate about teaching (see her courses), about exercise (intenSati), and about supporting and mentoring up and coming scientists. ----------------- www.talkingbeats.com Please consider supporting Talking Beats with Daniel Lelchuk via our Patreon: patreon.com/talkingbeats In addition to early episode access, bonus episodes, and other benefits, you will contribute to us being able to present the highest quality substantive, long-form interviews with the world's most compelling people. We believe that providing a platform for individual expression, free thought, and a diverse array of views is more important now than ever.
The brain-changing benefits of exercise | Wendy Suzuki
What's the most transformative thing that you can do for your brain today? Exercise! says neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki. Get inspired to go to the gym as Suzuki discusses the science of how working out boosts your mood and memory -- and protects your brain against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's.
#274 - Happy Brain, la storia di felicità di Wendy Suzuki | Buongiorno Felicità!
Buongiorno Felicità il podcast di Mario Alberto Catarozzo
L'esercizio fisico e le abilità cognitive possono essere correlate.Conosciamo Wendy Suzuki e il suo libro "Happy Brain”.Iscriviti al gruppo Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1008899916107967/e al canale Telegram - http://t.me/COACHMAC_official**Mario Alberto Catarozzo - Formatore e Business Coach professionista• https://mariocatarozzo.it | https://myp.srl• FACEBOOK: https://facebook.com/MarAlbCat• LINKEDIN: https://it.linkedin.com/in/macatarozzo• TWITTER: https://twitter.com/MarAlbCat• INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/mariocatarozzo• TELEGRAM: http://t.me/COACHMAC_official• SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/myp-podcast• APPLE PODCAST: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/formazionepodcast/id1415687958?mt=2• SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/1iGFnwtGn3hD2gQzzdGqu5
Good Anxiety / Bad Anxiety: A conversation with Dr. Wendy Suzuki / COVID-19
Karl Sterling Podcast
In this interview, Dr. Wendy Suzuki talks about ‘Good Anxiety / Bad Anxiety’ - the title of her upcoming new book, due out later this year.Many of us are experiencing anxiety, especially now during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this video, Dr. Suzuki shares three techniques she uses to turn bad anxiety into good anxiety.Watch and learn and thank you so much, Dr. Suzuki!http://www.wendysuzuki.com
35. Wendy Suzuki: "Exercise is the most transformative thing you can do for your brain today."
The Fatherhood Mindset Podcast
The research is in and even for parents exercise is important. It doesn't have to be half marathon training or fitness boot camp. It can be being intentional about walking more, taking the stairs or even power vacuuming. With so much focus on mommy-baby workout groups, where do dads stand? Check out today's podcast to get some ideas and even an invite into an accountability group.