Brain Hacks For Money & Growth With Neurologist Dr. Sid Warrier | The Ranveer Show
This podcast discusses the practical application of neuroscience in everyday life to improve productivity, efficiency, and overall well-being.
Two Types of Teenagers Today
There are self-improvement focused teens and sensitive teens lacking ambition.
Your identity happens when there is no gym trainer and you’re still dropping down and giving yourself 10 more push-ups because that is who you are now, and that is what takes time…identity is a fluid thing…you can work at changing it and be aware that something else can come and change it. – Dr. Sid Warrier
Mental health is everything…everything affects your brain…there is nothing outside of the mental health scheme. – Dr. Sid Warrier
Every time it should be a conversation, especially for artists because art has the responsibility of figuring out what else can we do. Creation means messing up, creation means figuring out the ten things that don’t work. I feel that canceling an artist is counterproductive to our own evolution. – Dr. Sid Warrier
Cancelling Culture and Sensitivity
Cancel culture has risen due to the extreme sensitivity and easy offense of this generation.
Brain Development and Neuroplasticity
The human brain continues to develop until around the age of 25 and can change through neuroplasticity based on external stimuli and practice.
The Effects of Stress on the Brain
Stress is detrimental to the brain and can cause mental and physical health issues.
The Impact of Meditation on the Brain
Meditation affects different areas of the brain, including the prefrontal cortex, amygdala, and corpus callosum, leading to improved learning, emotional stability, and communication.
Think of going on a road trip…the better your car is…the better your road trip will be…similarly, mental health is about maintaining your body in order to maintain your mind. – Dr. Sid Warrier
Habit Formation and Identity
Neuroplasticity plays a vital role in personal growth and development, with solidifying habits and forming identity happening during periods of relaxation, rest, and meditation.