Dr Rahul Jandial – The New Neuroscience of Sleep and Dreams | How To Academy

























































		
	  

Tue, 23 April 2024

6:45 pm - 8:00 pm BST

Dr Rahul Jandial – The New Neuroscience of Sleep and Dreams

Live on Stage in London

The bestselling neurosurgeon and neuroscientist returns to How To Academy to share the secrets of the sleeping brain and explore the astonishing power of dreams to improve our waking lives.

What does your sleeping brain reveal about your waking life? Do we sleep in order to dream?

Dreams are a source of mystery. They have changed the course of individual lives and the world, spurring business deals, inspiring art and scientific breakthroughs, triggering military invasions and mental breakdowns. Yet the source of dreams is not mysterious. They are the product of an extraordinary transformation that occurs in the brain each night when we sleep.

Join us live in London for an exclusive talk, the bestselling neurosurgeon Rahul Jandial will delve into the science of the dreaming brain and show the extraordinary impact of dreams upon on waking lives.

We’ll discover how dreaming of an exam can help you score up to 20% higher, why taking a long nap can make you better at problem-solving, and how certain dream disorders can warn you of serious diseases years ahead of other symptoms.

How can you become a lucid dreamer, understand your dreaming patterns, and unleash their creative power? Join us for this exclusive event and discover the answer to all these questions and more.

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Dr Rahul Jandial

Neurosurgeon

Dr Rahul Jandial, MD, PhD, is a dual-trained neurosurgeon and neurobiologist. He is known for undertaking complex cancer operations and overseeing science at the Jandial Lab in Los Angeles. Through his nonprofit International Neurosurgical Children’s Association (INCA) he travels around the world performing and teaching brain surgery in under-served hospitals. His first book, Life Lessons from a Brain Surgeon, was a Sunday Times bestseller.