Ep 81: Matrescence Matters & The Impact Of Pregnancy And Motherhood On The Brain

In this episode, we celebrate Mother’s Day with a conversation about Matrescence, a woman’s journey through pregnancy, birth, postnatal, and beyond. An increase in hormones, changes in self-perception, adjustments in social context, and increased risks of mental health problems such as anxiety and depression are all examples of what a woman may experience during this…

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Ep 59: We All Carry Trauma

When you hear the word ‘trauma’ what do you think? Whether you’re aware of it or not, trauma affects every person, every day. It can show up in yourself or through the people closest to you. And inevitably it can affect your relationships, career and personal wellbeing. So how do you work through life trauma?…

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EP 31: Epigenetics 101

Understand how genes work so you can feel empowered to make changes for better wellbeing. Meg sits down with Dr Jared Conney Horvath, neuroscientist and educator, to have an interesting conversation about genes. Through the use of easily understood metaphors, Dr Jared breaks down what we need to know about genes to function better and…

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EP 27: Feeling Good

Trigger Warning: Mention of suicide Learn about serotonin and natural happiness from Founder of Serotonin Eatery, Exercise and Education Emily Hazell. In this uplifting episode, Meg and Emily discuss what serotonin is and how it differs from happiness and share practical steps you can take to help you feel good. So what’s this episode really…

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Ep 25: Emotional Balance

Learn to understand your emotions from stress management expert Corey Jackson, as he shares how to live a more productive and content life. In this fascinating episode, Meg and Corey discuss the important topic of emotional intelligence; what emotions are, how they impact our daily lives and what we can do to manage them for…

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Ep 4: Understanding The Brain

Improve your understanding of the brain by listening to Oxford University-educated Neuroscientist Dr Sarah McKay in this fascinating episode. Understanding the brain doesn’t have to be confusing. Whether you’re a teacher, parent or big-hearted human, our complex brains share similar, predictable qualities that we can learn from to enhance our brain health and brain function.…

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