What is the best you could feel? Dominic Bowden's on a mission to find out. Through conversations with a line-up of his heroes, world-renowned scientists, best-selling authors and wellness celebrities, he'll explore new ways of improving with simple shifts, tools and rituals. 100% backed by Science. Find your (th)ings, and if you like it, subscribe and raise the vibe.
Dr. Frank Lipman: Eat Your Way to Better Night's Sleep
Everyone is obsessed with sleep - with good reason - it's our most powerful weapon against aging. Dr. Frank Lipman, NYT best-selling author of "Better Sleep, Better You" breaks down the steps you can take today to get a better sleep tonight.
Jamie Metzl: You've Been BioHacked
If you've received the mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, you've experienced biotechnology. Jamie Metzl, tech & healthcare futurist and author of "Genetic Engineering & the Future of Humanity" explains that the future of wellbeing is now and it's in our hands.
Carl Honoré: How to make slowness your superpower
Before everything changed we lived in a world addicted to speed. Revealing why the silver lining of the last 2 years was slowing down - and why it felt so good - is TED speaker & international best-selling author, Carl Honoré (In Praise of Slow).
Catherine Price: Your Phone Is Your Most Toxic Relationship
The Netflix doco "The Social Dilemma" showed us how companies are collecting our data and keeping us engaged for longer.
In episode 3 of WellBeings, we learn how to fight back with Catherine Price, founder of screenlifebalance.com and author of the global phenomenon How to Break Up With Your Phone.
Wim Hof: Breathe Yourself Into Becoming A Superhuman
"Iceman" Wim Hof is a Dutch world record holder, adventurer and daredevil who has proved that simple, accessible practices - like breathing - can help to heal us all. And you don't have to be a superhuman.
Pat Dossett: Change Your Mind, Change Your Life
Pat Dossett, Ex-Navy SEAL & CEO of wellness program MadeFor, explains how taking the smallest of steps outside your comfort zone can have a profound effect on your health, wellbeing and ultimately your whole life.