341: The Neuroscience of Better Health & Communication with Dr. Sarah McKay
How does brain development influence our communication across different genders and ages?
The human brain is a complex organ. It enables you to foster better communication, which allows you to thrive in everything from your relationships to your performance. Every day we learn more and more about how it operates. Recent breakthroughs in neuroscience have started unraveling the mysteries of how hormones play a crucial role in shaping brain development and neuroplasticity.
I’m excited to do a deep dive on this topic with our guest today. Dr. Sarah McKay is a neuroscientist, speaker, and founder of Think Brain and the Neuroscience Academy’s suite of training programs. She’s also the author of The Women’s Brain Book: The Neuroscience of Health, Hormones and Happiness.
Your brain changes throughout your entire lifespan, and some of these changes can be fairly significant. But these changes are important in structuring not just how your brain functions, but your ability to form social connections during adolescence and beyond. Listen in as Dr. McKay talks about how your brain develops, what you can do to optimize your brain performance and enhance your ability to communicate effectively with people across generations.
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