March 1, 2022

Dr. Wendy Suzuki – Anxiety as a Superpower

Dr. Wendy Suzuki – Anxiety as a Superpower

About This Episode

Brain and mental health that drive Alzheimer’s prevention are top of mind worldwide as we work to redefine a new normal post pandemic. Recovering from the emotional anxiety and stress juggling work, family, and caregiving requires new strategies. 

BrainStorm host, Meryl Comer, and guest, Dr. Wendy Suzuki, professor of neuroscience in psychology in the Center for Neuroscience at New York University and an international authority on neuroplasticity, discuss how to rethink the brain-emotion connection. Dr. Suzuki’s Ted Talk on Exercise and the Brain has more than 14 million views and her latest book, “Good Anxiety: Harnessing the Power of the Most Misunderstood Emotion” provides strategies to keep the brain healthy, use anxiety as a superpower and get a handle on the negative triggers. 

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