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jayIn this episode of Warrior Radio, I sit down with Dr. Jay Sanguinetti, who is:

– Research Assistant Professor @ University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
– Postdoctoral Fellow @ Army Research Laboratory, Aberdeen, MD
– Associate Director @ Center for Consciousness Studies

Over the past few years Jay has been researching brain stimulation. In this interview, we discuss the various types of stimulation methods available, and how this technology can be used to invoke super learning, better memory, improved focus, positive emotions, and higher states of consciousness.

What You’ll Learn:

  • How invasive brain stimulation is being used to treat parkinson’s disease, OCD, and depression
  • How a near-future technology Elon Musk is excited about would allow humans to implant a computer interface into the brain
  • How you can use transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) to improve learning, memory, focus and mood
  • Recommended tDCS devices for safe use & which devices to avoid
  • Common mistakes people make when experimenting with tDCS
  • Why you should never use tDCS daily
  • Types of people who shouldn’t use tDCS
  • Why a new form of tDCS using alternating current can produce more powerful of effect than traditional brain stimulation methods
  • Transcranial Ultrasound Stimulation (TUS) – a non-invasive method to stimulate deep (and multiple) regions of the brain – something tDCS can’t perform
  • A study Jay is currently running on the effects of mindfulness and how TUS could potentially be used to induce the same meditative states you’d experience in weeklong meditation retreats.
  • The future of brain stimulation technologies and how you could eventually have push-button control of which emotion you’d like to feel (and the moral implications of this ability )

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