All our extra resources for you as a Heights community member to get the most out of your braincare journey.
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Learn about how to optimise your brain health and mental well-being through a series of bitesize interviews.
Host Dan Murray-Serter, our co-founder, interviews guests ranging from celebrities like Stephen Fry and Jay Shetty, to scientists like Dr Tara Swart and Dr Carl Hart, and many more.
You'll leave each episode feeling inspired, empowered, and armed with tools to help you take care of your brain.
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We've put together a ton of free resources especially for our Braincare podcast listeners so that you can keep learning about the topics we cover, and take the very best care of your brain.
Advice for coping with anxiety is often too generic, and not very useful. So we’ve pulled together some tried-and-tested ideas that are simple and approachable.
Some are things you can do in the heat of the moment, others are habits that take time, but these are all tried and tested by us.
When did getting a good night’s sleep become so hard? Don't worry though by picking up a few easy habits can have surprisingly speedy effects.
Guides to help you reach your goals
Here are our favourite guides to help you understand the 10 pillars of braincare, set meaningful goals, and look after your brain as you age.
10 small habits to build into your everyday routine that are easy, you’ll love doing, and will make sure you’re taking care of your brain to boot.
How often do you take the time to sit down and think about what you want your life to be like? Probably not often enough. Our guide makes it easy to figure out what you're aiming for, and how to make it happen.
We’ve been lucky enough to learn from some of the best experts on healthy ageing and we’ve distilled that down into simple, actionable tips to help you do more of what you want, for longer in your life.