70 episodes

The Broken Brain podcast will help you take your brain health to the next level and teach you how to live your best life! Listen as host and serial entrepreneur Dhru Purohit interviews the top experts in the field of neuroplasticity, epigenetics, biohacking, mindfulness and functional medicine.

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit Dhru Purohit, Dr. Mark Hyman

    • Alternative Health
    • 4.7, 1.3K Ratings

The Broken Brain podcast will help you take your brain health to the next level and teach you how to live your best life! Listen as host and serial entrepreneur Dhru Purohit interviews the top experts in the field of neuroplasticity, epigenetics, biohacking, mindfulness and functional medicine.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
1.3K Ratings

1.3K Ratings

lisabeth@sparkle ,

I adore this podcast.

It’s my current favorite. Dhru is such an engaged and engaging host - he knows just how to draw all the best inspiration from his guests. I’ve listened to some of my fave episodes multiple times because they are so rich and dense.

Sharami44 ,

Consistently insightful and thoughtful interviews

I always enjoy Dhru’s commentary and interviews; however, I was prompted to write a review after listening to Dhru’s interview of Alex Banayan. Banayan has a natural, authentic demeanor which makes him a good interviewee, but all praise goes to Dhru’s adept handling of his guest, prompting with questions, knowing when to be silent, really so good. Recommend very highly.

Sabyrah ,

Episode 31 - Dr Deena

A compliment on the information presented and 2 quick call comments. My oldest 2 children attended the HeadStart pre-school program in our hometown and to their credit, they did a great deal of work framing everything in the positive for the kiddos. All the rules were affirmations of what they ‘should do’ rather than the ‘not’s.’ So instead of ‘do not run’ it ‘walking feet.’ Similarly, other rules included: helping hands, listening ears, quiet voices, etc. This was incredibly helpful as a parent to understand that the reframing made such a huge difference (and I’m a college graduate in nursing).
The other link I made was to Mel Levin’s work on learning styles (A Mind at a Time). From him I learned that we don’t all take in or process information the same; some of us may be auditory learners while others might be keinistetic (the hardest) and there are techniques to capitalize on each individual child’s strengths once you know them as well as to encourage growth). With my more non-verbal first child, for instance, we used some sign language, tied it to spoken words, and often encouraged “use your words.”
It’s amazing to watch kids flourish when they are properly nurtured, but just as I learned that parenting is not all initiative, even grown people must be willing to learn & apply new knowledge. So thank you for the new knowledge!
Keep on keeping on!!!

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