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Protocol: Science Backed Learning Techniques

Andrew Huberman is a neuroscientist and expert in the field of brain function and performance. He advocates for the use of 20-minute naps and regular rest breaks during studying to maximize information retention. According to Huberman, taking short naps after studying can help to consolidate memories and improve recall. Additionally, taking regular breaks during studying can help to prevent cognitive fatigue and improve focus. By incorporating these strategies, Huberman believes that it is possible to improve learning efficiency, and retain more information over time. He also emphasizes the importance of proper sleep, nutrition, and exercise to support brain function and overall well-being.

The Science of Hearing, Balance & Accelerated Learning | Huberman Lab Podcast #27

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