338. The Health Metrics That Matter Most with Andrew Huberman, Ph.D.

338. The Health Metrics That Matter Most with Andrew Huberman, Ph.D.

By Commune

In this episode, neuroscientist Andrew Huberman, Ph.D. discusses how to objectively measure your health as well as what techniques can optimize your performance around these metrics. He also shares how to create more predictable patterns of energy in your life, so you can be more efficient and effective when you really need to be.

In this episode we cover:
0:06:06 – Objective and Subjective Measures
0:07:47 – Sleep Tracking
0:09:24 – Temperature Minimum
0:14:01 – Exercise
0:14:57 – Optimal Focus and Energy
0:17:23 – Shifting Your Circadian Clock
0:19:23 – Blue Light
0:32:29 – Trouble Sleeping
0:34:04 – Three Most Important Health Practices
0:37:11 – Continuous Glucose Monitor
0:40:25 – Sleep Deprivation
0:41:12 – Measuring Biomarkers
0:41:59 – Apo B
0:42:46 – Self-Measuring Cognitive Function
0:46:40 – Neuroplasticity
0:49:10 – Regulating the Autonomic Nervous System
0:52:12 – Carbon Dioxide Tolerance Test
0:58:46 – Non-Sleep Deep Rest
0:59:39 – Grip Strength
1:04:07 – Core Daily Practices
1:07:28 – Taking Responsibility For Our Health

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