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But what is CBD? It is one of the more than 100 cannabinoids that we can find in the Cannabis plant and is
one of the most interesting for its therapeutic properties. Another known cannabinoid is THC (delta-9-
tetrahydrocannabinol), which, unlike CBD, produces psychostimulant and dangerous health effects. In
greater or lesser concentration all varieties of Cannabis contain cannabinoids, however, today due to
genetic manipulation, it is possible to create variants with a high concentration of CBD that, at the same
time, are low in THC.

The most common way to consume CBD is in oil form, although we can also find it in topical or cosmetic
products. The oil is obtained from the buds or flowers of the plant by extraction, as this is where the
highest amount of CBD is found. It is important not to confuse cannabidiol oil with hemp seed oil; the latter
does not contain CBD but omega 3 and 6 which are also beneficial for your health but with different
pharmaceutical indications.

In 2017 the WHO Expert Committee on Drug Dependence concluded that there is evidence that CBD is not
addictive, nor harmful and can be a useful treatment for the following diseases:

– Anxiety: It reduces anxiety, restlessness, tiredness, stress, and concentration problems.

– Parkinson's disease: Reduces agitation, nightmares, and aggressive behaviour.

– Neuropathies: Analgesic effect in patients with neuropathies who are resistant to other treatments.

– Antibiotic: Activity against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.

– Antiemetic: Reduces nausea.

Although much progress has been made in this field and there are numerous studies that support the
effectiveness of CBD, it is necessary to conduct more clinical trials to determine aspects such as side effects
or possible interactions with other drugs.

Text: María Jesús Pascual Faus

Keywords: CBD oil, cannabis, cannabidiol

CONTRACEPTIVES

This advice section recaps what you should do if you forget a contraceptive pill, a patch falls off, or if a vaginal ring gets broken or expelled. These rules are also applicable in the case of vomiting and diarrhoea.

– If you vomit less than two hours after taking the contraceptive pill, it is recommended to take another one.

– If your patch has come off and you realise in less than 24 hours, put a new patch on and it will make no difference. If more than 24 hours have passed, put a new one on, start a new four-week cycle and use a condom for the first 7 days of the new cycle.

– If the vaginal ring is expelled and less than 3 hours have passed, wash the ring with warm or cold water, not hot water, and reinsert it. If it breaks, replace it with a new one as soon as possible and use a condom for the first 7 days.

– The contraceptive pill with progestin and oestrogen: if you forget to take the pill, take
another one as soon as possible. It is not considered a missed pill if you take it within 24 hours (even if you take 2 pills in less than 24 hours). The contraceptive action is still effective if there has not been another missed pill in the previous seven days. If more than one pill has been missed, it is recommended to use a condom.

– The contraceptive pill with progestogen alone: if you forget to take it for more than three hours, continue taking it and use a condom for the following two days.

Another point to consider when using contraceptives, is if there are more than two risk
factors (these could be thrombophlebitis, obesity, a family history of problems using
contraceptive methods, over 35 years old, smoker, hypertension, or migraines). In this case, it is important to consult a doctor to find other options that would be more suitable.

Contraceptives do not prevent sexually transmitted diseases, always use a condom to
prevent them.

Remember the importance of regular check-ups when using these contraceptive methods, especially adolescents.

Paloma Corbí Gallego

The role of a pharmacist with the vaccine against COVID-19

In our “day to day lives” we see the “fear and uncertainty” that the vaccination process is causing. This is mainly due to the amount of information that comes through the media, social networks and in the social environment. So, what is our role exactly? We are here to give you the most up-to-date health information possible and reinforce prevention and health promotion measures.

We know that 92% of Spanish people trust their pharmacist and, given the current situation, for many of you, we are the only healthcare professionals that you have been able to talk to face to face. Therefore, I am going to explain, in brief, the points which are causing the most doubts. To start with, her is an explanation of the different types of vaccines and to which group the ones marketed in Spain belong;

  1. a) Inactivated virus vaccines. They contain the entire “inactivated” or destroyed SARS-Cov-2 virus or fragments thereof.
  2. b) Attenuated virus vaccines. They contain the weakened virus with its reduced virulence
  3. c) Subunit vaccines. They contain the “spike protein” (the protein found on the outer surface of the virus and responsible for the penetration of the virus into human cells). This protein is recognized by our body and generates specific immunity.
  4. d) Nucleic acid-based vaccines. These vaccines make our own cells produce the “spike protein” and generate specific immunity. Pfizer y Moderna belong to this group of vaccines.
  5. e) Viral vector vaccines. In this case, a harmless virus is used that is used to produce the “spike protein”. Astra-Zeneca belongs to this group of vaccines.

Therefore, it is VERY IMPORTANT to know that these are not vaccines with the inactivated or attenuated virus, which could become more dangerous, they are vaccines based on a methodology that has been in practice for years.

Continuing on the topic of the safety of these vaccines, which is something that worries many of you, the three vaccines have been tested in clinical trials with tens of thousands of volunteers and proven to be safe. As such, they have been authorized by independent regulatory agencies around the world for their use. Another important piece of information is that the Society of International Pharmacovigilance continuously evaluates safety and now holds data on the tens of thousands of millions of doses that have been administered around the world.

If you’re feeling unwell, change your clothes!

No, no, no…..it’s a new line that we’ve started to work with; therapeutic textiles.

We are in the habit of resorting to medication as soon as we are in pain or don’t feel well. However, research is starting to offer other solutions. One option is textiles that have certain properties that can affect our bodies through their contact with the skin. It is like putting on a cream, but instead of absorbing it, it just stays in contact. This way, the liver and kidneys do not have to work at eliminating the effects of medication.

What problems can we help you to resolve using this system?

Firstly, it can treat some feet related problems. Have you got fungus, do you sweat too much, do you have to work with special footwear (that doesn’t allow your feet to breathe), are you diabetic or have chafing? We now have socks available that, due to their properties, help the skin to heal from wounds and prevent them, they are of special interest to diabetics. You may not know, but Spain has the second highest rate of foot amputations in the world for diabetics, and the life expectancy after amputation is very low after one year. By taking this measure we can help you to avoid amputation. These socks are also of interest if you do sports such as hiking or if you want to do the St. James’ Way (el Camino de Santiago). Special socks are also available for those that have suffered an amputation.

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Secondly, for women that are having treatment for breast cancer, have dermatitis where the bra rubs the skin, fungus or recent scars, we now have a top, Vidabra, developed by Ascires Biomedical Group. With this top, they aim to bring the number of women that have to abandon cancer treatment due to skin lesions, down to zero and also eliminate scars, fungus and chafing.

Thirdly, your hands: if you are a cook or tend to have lesions on your hands (fungus, sensitive skin etc), we now have gloves that have been made with the same material as the previous products, and aim to reduce hand-related problems and speed up recovery.

Lastly, for your head, yes, you heard correctly! If you’ve recently had a hair transplant, been operated on and have scars on your scalp, or suffer with actinic keratosis and that part of your head is being treated, we have a hat that guarantees a successful graft, reduces scarring and scabs, and thereby reduces the risk of infection.

If you have any of these problems, or another that you think could be related, tell us, we will be delighted to help. For those of you that really enjoy doing sport, you should know that this therapeutic material, MUVU, has been created by the same company that makes Lurbel sports clothes.

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We’re back with some news

Finally…… we have some time to give you some news and tell you about changes in our pharmacy.

Firstly, as you must have noticed, since March we’ve been overloaded with work. We’ve discovered many things during these months about human nature: people have been kind and understanding; people have disregarded the health of others, coming into the pharmacy without a mask (when they were available); others stand out for their generosity and offers while some have been rude and demanding, unaware of the seriousness of the situation. We have learnt a lot about human nature, but personally, I have also learnt a lot about the nature of this team. Thank you Paloma, Nuria, Borja and Elena for your humanity, professionality and smiles on the outside as well as on the inside. People with even forty years’ experience wouldn’t show your grace and professionalism.

Secondly, I would like to thank you for your patience. Having to maintain social distancing has meant that we have not been able to treat you as quickly as we would do under normal circumstances. At the same time, we would like you to be aware that we continue to dedicate the time you need so please be just as generous when we have to dedicate that time to someone else in front of you. Also, be aware that every time you come to us and you are not clear about what you need, and we deal with your request, that there may be another person waiting.

Thirdly, we’d like to give you some good news. Our pharmacy has participated in a national pilot project called “Indica Pro”, which is the protocol taken by pharmacies to treat patients with minor symptoms (such as indigestion, skin irritations, breathing problems). This service is provided at the request of the patient when they don’t know what medicine to buy, and they ask the pharmacist what would be most appropriate for their health problem. We are currently number one in the Valencia province for cases registered and resolved. This means that when you come into our pharmacy, you will be treated by two professionals, Nuria and Paloma, who are known, not only in the neighbourhood, but also across the province. For this reason, I believe we should all recognise their achievement by showering them with love and affection and, if you don’t, quite frankly you’re being mean .

In fourth place, we’d like to inform you that we now cover three new areas:

  • Probiotics for treating certain ailments (which is giving fantastic results)
  • A new line in phytotherapy, Aboca, which complements Pranorom and Arko
  • A new line of treatment related to textiles

We will explain each of these gradually.

Lastly, once again, we would like to remember Asunción with our love and affection. She passed away in the first wave of the pandemic…… your memory and your smile will always be with us.

And for those of us that are still here, keep working hard, there’s still so much to be done.

If you’re feeling unwell, change your clothes!

No, no, no…..it’s a new line that we’ve started to work with; therapeutic textiles.

We are in the habit of resorting to medication as soon as we are in pain or don’t feel well. However, research is starting to offer other solutions. One option is textiles that have certain properties that can affect our bodies through their contact with the skin. It is like putting on a cream, but instead of absorbing it, it just stays in contact. This way, the liver and kidneys do not have to work at eliminating the effects of medication.

What problems can we help you to resolve using this system?

Firstly, it can treat some feet related problems. Have you got fungus, do you sweat too much, do you have to work with special footwear (that doesn’t allow your feet to breathe), are you diabetic or have chafing? We now have socks available that, due to their properties, help the skin to heal from wounds and prevent them, they are of special interest to diabetics. You may not know, but Spain has the second highest rate of foot amputations in the world for diabetics, and the life expectancy after amputation is very low after one year. By taking this measure we can help you to avoid amputation. These socks are also of interest if you do sports such as hiking or if you want to do the St. James’ Way (el Camino de Santiago). Special socks are also available for those that have suffered an amputation.

Secondly, for women that are having treatment for breast cancer, have dermatitis where the bra rubs the skin, fungus or recent scars, we now have a top, Vidabra, developed by Ascires Biomedical Group. With this top, they aim to bring the number of women that have to abandon cancer treatment due to skin lesions, down to zero and also eliminate scars, fungus and chafing.

Thirdly, your hands: if you are a cook or tend to have lesions on your hands (fungus, sensitive skin etc), we now have gloves that have been made with the same material as the previous products, and aim to reduce hand-related problems and speed up recovery.

Lastly, for your head, yes, you heard correctly! If you’ve recently had a hair transplant, been operated on and have scars on your scalp, or suffer with actinic keratosis and that part of your head is being treated, we have a hat that guarantees a successful graft, reduces scarring and scabs, and thereby reduces the risk of infection.

If you have any of these problems, or another that you think could be related, tell us, we will be delighted to help. For those of you that really enjoy doing sport, you should know that this therapeutic material, MUVU, has been created by the same company that makes Lurbel sports clothes.

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Controlling Your Dopamine For Motivation, Focus & Satisfaction | Episode 39

In this episode, I discuss the psychology and biology of desire, love and attachment. I explain how childhood attachment types are thought to inform adult attachment styles to romantic partners, and I describe some of the major theories of human mate selection, relationships and infidelity. Additionally, I explore the neurobiology and proposed subconscious processing underlying desire, love and attachment, including the roles of empathy and “positive delusion." I outline how self-awareness can shift one’s relationship attachment style towards securely bonded partnerships. Finally, I describe specific tools and supplements that have been researched to increase libido and sex drive. Throughout the episode, I explain the science and key mechanisms underlying romantic love and outline tools for those seeking to find a strong, healthy relationship, or for those wanting to strengthen an existing relationship.
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Romantic love: an fMRI study of a neural mechanism for mate choice

Relationship-specific Encoding of Social Touch in Somatosensory and Insular Cortice

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Brain Knows Who Is on the Same Wavelength: Resting-State Connectivity Can Predict Compatibility of a Female–Male Relationship

Manipulation of Self-Expansion Alters Responses to Attractive Alternative Partners

Randomized Clinical Trial on the Use of PHYSTA Freeze-Dried Water Extract of Eurycoma longifolia for the Improvement of Quality of Life and Sexual Well-Being in Men

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Book Links

Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How It Can Help You Find and Keep Love

Right Brain Psychotherapy

The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work: A Practical Guide from the Country’s Foremost Relationship Expert

The Gottman Institute Love Lab: A Research-Based Approach to Relationships

New York Times – The 36 Questions that Lead to Love (1/9/2015)

Timestamps
(00:00:00) Desire, Love & Attachment
(00:02:59) Odor, Perceived Attractiveness & Birth Control
(00:08:04) Thesis, AG1 (Athletic Greens), InsideTracker
(00:14:13) Romance: Balancing Love & Desire
(00:19:00) Animal Studies, Vasopressin & Monogamy
(00:22:06) Strange Situation Task, Childhood Attachment Styles
(00:32:52) Adult Attachment Styles
(00:38:50) Secure Attachment
(00:41:23) Autonomic Arousal: The “See-Saw”
(00:50:39) Tool: Self-Awareness, Healthy Interdependence
(00:53:11) Neurobiology of Desire, Love & Attachment
(00:58:02) Empathy & Mating & the Autonomic Nervous System
(01:10:02) Positive Delusion, Touch
(01:15:20) Relationship Stability
(01:21:22) Selecting Mates, Recognition of Autonomic Tone
(01:38:28) Neural Mechanisms of Romantic Attachment
(01:47:43) Autonomic Coordination in Relationships
(01:56:13) Infidelity & Cheating
(02:08:56) “Chemistry”, Subconscious Processes
(02:12:44) Tools: Libido & Sex Drive
(02:20:20) Maca (Maca root)
(02:25:58) Tongkat Ali (Longjack)
(02:28:56) Tribulus terrestris
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Using Play to Rewire & Improve Your Brain | Episode 58

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    In this episode, I discuss the transformative nature of play—how it changes our feelings, thoughts and actions and indeed, how it can rewire our brain to function better in all contexts. I explain the role of play in childhood, as well as adulthood in skill and social development and describe key characteristics of the mind and body during play. Additionally, I explore how play allows the brain to test contingencies in different roles/environments. Throughout, I discuss the underlying neurobiology of play. I also describe how low-stakes play, and tinkering can broaden and shape your future capabilities. Finally, I discuss how our childhood ‘personal play identity’ informs our adult personality. Throughout the episode, I use the science of play to outline recommendations for using play as a means to enhance neuroplasticity and explore novel situations, regardless of age.

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    Reading on a smartphone affects sigh generation, brain activity, and comprehension

    In search of the neurobiological substrates for social playfulness in mammalian brains

    Is chess just a game, or is it a mirror that reflects the child's inner world?

    A new structural model for the study of adult playfulness: Assessment and exploration of an understudied individual differences variable

    5MinuteConsult Journal Club

    Personal play identity and the fundamental elements in its development process

    Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain

    Play It Away: A Workaholic’s Cure for Anxiety

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    (00:02:23) Tool: Reading on Smart Phones, Sighing & Learning
    (00:09:14) AG1 (Athletic Greens), Roka, Helix Sleep
    (00:13:57) Homeostatic Regulation of Play
    (00:23:53) Childhood Play & Mindsets
    (00:29:21) Contingency Testing
    (00:32:17) The (Power of) Playful Mindset
    (00:36:13) Body Postures
    (00:44:03) Rule Testing & Breaking
    (00:48:24) Role Play
    (00:50:39) Neurobiology of Low-stakes Play
    (00:54:22) Expanding Capabilities through Tinkering
    (01:00:03) Play Is THE Portal to Neuroplasticity
    (01:04:44) Adulthood Play
    (01:10:14) Fire Together, Wire Together
    (01:18:03) Trauma & Play Deficits & Recovery
    (01:23:25) Competition & Dynamic Movement
    (01:27:36) Chess, Mental Roles, Novelty
    (01:32:52) Personal Play Identity
    (01:37:24) Play Transforms Your Future Self
    (01:40:55) Recommendations for Play
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    Optimizing Workspace for Productivity, Focus, & Creativity | Episode 57

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      In this episode, I discuss ways to set up your workspace to optimize productivity, focus and creativity. I discuss how to adjust light, physically arrange your work environment, and leverage body posture to enhance productivity. Additionally, I explore how to shift your work environment for particular types of tasks. Moreover, I review the role of body movement in the workspace. I also discuss sound-based tools that can either enhance or diminish cognitive functioning (the ability to focus on deep work). I describe a particular frequency of binaural beats that studies show can be used to enhance memory and recall. This episode covers quality peer-reviewed findings practical tools anyone can use, regardless of budget, in order to optimize their workspace to achieve heightened levels of productivity, increased alertness and focus, and creativity.

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      The Influence of Ceiling Height

      Heating, Ventilation, & AC Noise During Mental Work

      Office Noise & Employee Concentration

      Effects of a Workplace Sit-Stand Desk Intervention on Health & Productivity

      Effects of Binaural & Monaural Beats on Attention

      40-Hz Binaural Beats Enhance Training to Mitigate the Attentional Blink

      (00:00:00) Arranging Environment for Focus

      (00:02:40) LMNT, AG1 (Athletic Greens), Theragun

      (00:07:55) How to Increase Focus

      (00:10:02) Lighting Your Work in Phase 1

      (00:16:00) Lighting Your Work in Phase 2

      (00:19:45) Lighting Your Work in Phase 3

      (00:24:17) Where to Look While You Work

      (00:28:02) Arranging Your Environment

      (00:31:24) Body Posture

      (00:34:22) How Long to Do Deep Work

      (00:36:50) Set the Right Visual Window Size

      (00:42:15) 45 min / 5 min Rule

      (00:44:23) The Cathedral Effect: Analytic vs Creative Work

      (00:55:50) Leveraging Background Noise

      (01:02:20) Binaural Beats for Work

      (01:06:38) The Best Binaural Frequency for Work

      (01:11:17) How Binaural Beats Increase Focus

      (01:13:56) Minimizing Interruptions

      (01:20:01) Sit or Stand, or Both?

      (01:25:18) Movement in the Workspace

      (01:31:00) Summary & Shifting Work Environments

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      Dr. Alia Crum: Science of Mindsets for Health & Performance | Episode 56

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        My guest is Dr. Alia Crum, Associate (tenured) Professor of Psychology at Stanford University and Director of the Stanford Mind & Body Lab. Dr. Crum is a world expert on mindsets and beliefs and how they shape our responses to stress, exercise, and even to the foods we eat. We discuss how our mindset about the nutritional content of food changes whether it is satisfying to us at a physiological (hormonal and metabolic) level. She also tells how mindsets about exercise can dramatically alter the effects of exercise on weight loss, blood pressure, and other health metrics. Dr. Crum teaches us how to think about stress in ways that allow stress to grow us and bring out our best rather than diminish our health and performance. Throughout the episode, Dr. Crum provides descriptions of high-quality peer-reviewed scientific findings that we can all leverage toward better health and performance in our lives.

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        Changing patient mindsets about non-life-threatening symptoms during oral immunotherapy

        Stress, mindsets, and success in Navy SEALs special warfare training

        Nutritional analysis of foods and beverages depicted in top-grossing US movies, 1994-2018

        Nutritional Analysis of Foods and Beverages Posted in Instagram Accounts of Highly Followed Celebrities

        (00:00:00) Introducing Dr. Alia Crum from Stanford University

        (00:03:15) Thesis, ROKA, Inside Tracker

        (00:08:26) What Is a Mindset & What Does It Do?

        (00:14:45) Mindsets Change Our Biological Responses to Food

        (00:22:28) Beliefs About Our Food Matter

        (00:25:57) Placebo vs Beliefs vs Nocebo Effects

        (00:28:57) Mindset (Dramatically) Impacts the Effects of Exercise

        (00:33:44) Motivational Messaging & Mindset About Fitness

        (00:39:30) The Power of a ‘Potency & Indulgence’ Mindset

        (00:42:03) Mindsets About Sleep, Tracking Sleep

        (00:45:00) Making Stress Work For (or Against) You

        (01:01:50) Mindsets Link Our Conscious & Subconscious

        (01:04:50) 3 Best Ways to Leverage Stress

        (01:10:40) 4 Things That Shape Mindsets, Influencers & Mindsets

        (01:19:40) Mindsets About Medicines & Side Effects

        (01:26:25) How to Teach Mindsets

        (01:31:47) Dr. Crum’s Research, Clinical & Athletic Backgrounds

        (01:36:20) The Stanford Mind & Body Lab, Resources for Stress

        (01:38:30) Synthesis, Participating in Research

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        The Science of Setting & Achieving Goals | Episode 55

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          In this episode, I discuss the science of setting, assessing, and pursuing goals. I explain the neural (brain) circuits that underlie goal setting and pursuit. Then I describe nine science-supported tools anyone can apply toward their goals. I explain when and how to use goal visualization, when to use multitasking and how to use specific rewards to improve the likelihood of reaching your goals. I also explain why envisioning failures and their consequences are effective and how to set goals of the appropriate level of challenge. I also explain how the molecule dopamine is used to gauge our progress toward milestones and long-term overarching goals and how to leverage dopamine for goal pursuit. Finally, I explain a unique tool called ‘space-time bridging’ that can be used to support all aspects of goal setting, assessment, and pursuit. This episode ought to be useful for anyone seeking to improve their performance in work, school, exercise, athletics, or personal development.Thank you to our sponsors:LMNT – https://www.drinkLMNT.com/huberman Athletic Greens – https://www.athleticgreens.com/huberman ROKA – https://www.roka.com – code “huberman” Our Patreon page:https://www.patreon.com/andrewhuberman Supplements from Thorne:http://www.thorne.com/u/huberman Social:Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/hubermanlab Twitter – https://twitter.com/hubermanlab Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/hubermanlab Website – https://hubermanlab.com Newsletter – https://hubermanlab.com/neural-network Links:The 85% Rule for Optimal LearningEffects of Narrowing Visual Attention on Goal Pursuit Behavior Timestamps:(00:00:00) The Neuroscience of Goals(00:01:56) Tool 1: Learn Fast(er) by the 85% Rule (00:06:04) LMNT, Athletic Greens, ROKA(00:13:55) Brain Circuits for Setting & Pursuing Goals(00:21:52) Determining the Value of Goals (00:24:33) Psychology of Goal Setting: Assessing Value, Action Steps(00:30:29) Peripersonal Space vs. Extrapersonal Space(00:35:39) Visually Focusing on a Goal Line Improves Performance(00:43:50) How Vision Improves Performance: Blood Pressure(00:51:55) Tool 2: Use Focal Vision to Initiate Goal Pursuit(00:54:40) Tool 3: Use Aged Self-Images to Self-Motivate (00:59:33) Tool 4: Visualization of Goals is Only Helpful at the Start (01:02:05) Tool 5: Visualizing Failure is the Best Ongoing Motivator(01:07:26) Tool 6: Make Goals Moderately Lofty (01:13:05) Tool 7: Avoid Goal Distraction; Focus on 1-2 Major Goals Per Year(01:15:57) Tool 8: Ensure Specificity of Goals, Weekly Assessment(01:19:57) Dopamine, Motivation & Pleasure in Seeking Goals(01:22:43) Dopamine Reward Prediction Error, Controlling Dopamine(01:34:26) How Dopamine Influences Vision & Vice Versa(01:38:10) Interim Summary of Goal-Pursuit Steps(01:39:50) Tool 9: Space-Time Bridging (01:49:59) Summary(01:51:50) Subscribe, Sponsors, Patreon, Supplements: Thorne, Instagram, Twitter, Newsletter

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