Topics Discussed In This Episode:
What exactly you can expect from Electroconvulsive therapy (also known as “ECT”), and how it’s different from other forms of neurostimulation
How ECT is different from happened to Jack Nicholson in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
How does the device help your body release dopamine, serotonin and fall into a state of deep relaxation, no drugs required.
The history of Electroconvulsive therapy, going back to the ‘70s when doctors started to explore it for depression in place of antidepressants
The fascinating results of Fisher Wallace’s bipolar study, which was conducted with both a placebo group and a crossover design.
How Luke and others are using Fisher Wallace to enhance their meditation
The device’s effect on your HRV scores, or heart rate variability
What it takes to legally make a medical claim for a device or drug
What causes clinical insomnia and how we can all have a higher quality of sleep, with and without medical intervention
Why improving someone’s mood and sleep is hugely helpful for addicts trying to stay sober
The relationship between depression and your phone or social media use
Other lifestyle practices that will help support your mood and quality of sleep