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Episode 5: The Making of the Body Clock Podcast The Body Clock Podcast

    • Mental Health

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In this kick-off “behind the scenes” episode, Drs. Haroon, Sohaib and Royan figure out the theme of their brand new body clock podcast. Listen to them get to know each other and brainstorm on ideas.

Transcript

Dr. Haroon Kazem: And we are live. Thank you for joining us today. This is Dr. Haroon Kazem and I am joined remotely by Dr. Royan Kamyar and Dr. Sohaib Imtiaz and thank you so much for joining us again. We’re going to be diving into some content together today for the first time so I am going to hand the microphone over to Dr. Kamyar and the floor is yours sir.

Dr. Royan Kamyar: Thank you, Haroon. I can call you Haroon, right?

Dr. Haroon Kazem: Yes.

Dr. Royan Kamyar: Dr. Kazem? Or-

Dr. Haroon Kazem: Haroon sounds good, that way everybody can kind of become our friends over time, right?

Dr. Royan Kamyar: Sounds good, alright. Well, okay. So basically this is the making of this is where we determine what the template or the blueprint will be for moving forward on the show. And I have through just suggestions for you all. And you know just make it an honest open conversation about what makes the most sense. And what we’re most interested in doing. Okay, so one is an Owaves themed podcast.

Owaves is obviously the startup that I’m involved with, which now you guys are very welcomed part of. Glad to have you on the team as part of this podcast. We could focus on the software, make it very technology specific show, and also a lot of what we’ve done on the blog, which is interview key influencers, physicians, like ourselves, Olympic athletes, yoga instructors, people who really embody health and wellness and figure out what they do on a daily basis to consciously or not optimize their circadian rhythms.

OK. And then also when I mention that technology we can get into IOT, we can get into machine learning, AI, wearable devices, there’s a lot of interesting topics there – to medicine, etc.. The second choice would be what we came in this show with which was the Body Clock Podcast. So we all know that circadian rhythms won the Nobel Prize last fall. We’re still pretty tipping point in terms of circadian rhythm becoming common knowledge or common conversation.

We know that through the BBC’s coverage which I think has been the most in depth out of you know, say, the public media or last few years, they’ve gravitated with the word the body clock to describe circadian rhythm and say that the average person because you know terms like circadian rhythm chronobiology really get lost in translation. And with this theme, we really focus on the science. It’ll be very circadian rhythm specific.

We would interview scientists in the fields, Ph.D.’s–people who are publishing the papers who are actually carving the literature and we’d actually discuss those research papers you know maybe in our introductory materials et cetera. But it would be very you know scientific focused podcast and really talking about the science of circadian rhythms. Finally there’s a third choice that I think would be compelling. Again you know there’s plans to write a book around this topic that Owaves is involved with and for Owaves to really take off,

Listen on: Apple | Google Play | Spotify | TuneIn

In this kick-off “behind the scenes” episode, Drs. Haroon, Sohaib and Royan figure out the theme of their brand new body clock podcast. Listen to them get to know each other and brainstorm on ideas.

Transcript

Dr. Haroon Kazem: And we are live. Thank you for joining us today. This is Dr. Haroon Kazem and I am joined remotely by Dr. Royan Kamyar and Dr. Sohaib Imtiaz and thank you so much for joining us again. We’re going to be diving into some content together today for the first time so I am going to hand the microphone over to Dr. Kamyar and the floor is yours sir.

Dr. Royan Kamyar: Thank you, Haroon. I can call you Haroon, right?

Dr. Haroon Kazem: Yes.

Dr. Royan Kamyar: Dr. Kazem? Or-

Dr. Haroon Kazem: Haroon sounds good, that way everybody can kind of become our friends over time, right?

Dr. Royan Kamyar: Sounds good, alright. Well, okay. So basically this is the making of this is where we determine what the template or the blueprint will be for moving forward on the show. And I have through just suggestions for you all. And you know just make it an honest open conversation about what makes the most sense. And what we’re most interested in doing. Okay, so one is an Owaves themed podcast.

Owaves is obviously the startup that I’m involved with, which now you guys are very welcomed part of. Glad to have you on the team as part of this podcast. We could focus on the software, make it very technology specific show, and also a lot of what we’ve done on the blog, which is interview key influencers, physicians, like ourselves, Olympic athletes, yoga instructors, people who really embody health and wellness and figure out what they do on a daily basis to consciously or not optimize their circadian rhythms.

OK. And then also when I mention that technology we can get into IOT, we can get into machine learning, AI, wearable devices, there’s a lot of interesting topics there – to medicine, etc.. The second choice would be what we came in this show with which was the Body Clock Podcast. So we all know that circadian rhythms won the Nobel Prize last fall. We’re still pretty tipping point in terms of circadian rhythm becoming common knowledge or common conversation.

We know that through the BBC’s coverage which I think has been the most in depth out of you know, say, the public media or last few years, they’ve gravitated with the word the body clock to describe circadian rhythm and say that the average person because you know terms like circadian rhythm chronobiology really get lost in translation. And with this theme, we really focus on the science. It’ll be very circadian rhythm specific.

We would interview scientists in the fields, Ph.D.’s–people who are publishing the papers who are actually carving the literature and we’d actually discuss those research papers you know maybe in our introductory materials et cetera. But it would be very you know scientific focused podcast and really talking about the science of circadian rhythms. Finally there’s a third choice that I think would be compelling. Again you know there’s plans to write a book around this topic that Owaves is involved with and for Owaves to really take off,

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