Ever wondered why traditional psychiatry sometimes falls short? Discover the groundbreaking approach that’s revolutionizing mental health care. In this eye-opening episode, triple board-certified psychiatrist Dr. Sulman Aziz Mirza sits down with Dr. Emily Deans Brideau, a leading expert in evolutionary psychiatry. Together, they delve into the fascinating world of evolutionary medicine and its transformative impact on psychiatric practice.
From the historical evolution of this field to its practical applications, this conversation is packed with insights that could reshape how we understand and treat mental health. Topics include the role of genetics, the concept of ‘evolutionary mismatch,’ and the future of psychiatry. Don’t miss this chance to unlock the secrets of your brain and mental well-being!
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3:26 Surprise question!
6:43 What is evolutionary psychiatry?
12:08 Hunter-gatherers in real life
18:41 What happens when there are 8 billion humans
26:27 Mutations…as protective?
35:33 The role of medication
41:54 Keto? Veganism?
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