9 Podcasts For Mental Health & Wellbeing | SLMan
If you're not good at talking about your mental health, a podcast can be a great way to reflect and think about better self-care. Offering wisdom and wit on everything from why feelings aren’t failure to the pressures men face when it comes to mental health, here are the ones you could really benefit from listening to.

Bulletproof Radio

Get the latest on biohacking with industry legend Dave Asprey, who covers the diets, supplements and productivity hacks that will improve performance in every area of your life. Distilling the knowledge of biochemists, meditation experts and Olympic nutritionists, this podcast will upgrade your mind, body and life.

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The Doctor’s Farmacy

Serving up conversations about health, wellness, food and politics, The Doctor’s Farmacy sees Mark Hyman interviewing some of the world’s leading thinkers, culture changers and industry disruptors. From preventing chronic disease to finding an antidote to stress, this is the perfect starting point for those looking to expand their health horizons.

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Feel Better Live More

Best known as the host of the BBC’s Doctor in the House, Dr Rangan Chatterjee is on a mission to demystify the world of health and wellness. In his podcast, he brings together his 15-plus years of experience alongside doctors and researchers to delve into topics such as gut health, circadian rhythms, fertility and meditation.

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The Goopfellas Podcast

Cult wellness brand Goop recently expanded into new territory with Goopfellas, a podcast hosted by chef Seamus Mullen and functional medicine advocate Will Cole. Each week, the duo dig into holistic health transformations by interviewing athletes, actors and authors. The podcast aims to shed light on masculinity and inspire men to take active, preventative care of themselves – topics covered include intermittent fasting, self-sabotage, sex and hormones. 

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The Naked Professors

The Naked Professors are mental health ambassador Matt Johnson and life coach and writer Ben Bidwell. They try to bring something different to the male mental health space, grappling with issues such as suicide, depression, fatherhood, addiction and the limits of alpha maleness. Guests range from ex-Busted member Matt Willis to rugby international Jim Hamilton.

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On Purpose with Jay Shetty

Internet-famous monk and motivational speaker Jay Shetty’s podcast is not one to miss. Dropping twice weekly, expect topics such as improving your morning routine for increased success at work, compatibility versus chemistry, and how to understand negative people. In-depth discussions with the likes of Novak Djokovic and the late Kobe Bryant reveal new insights about successful living.

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The Rich Roll Podcast

Once a hard-living LA lawyer, Rich Roll is now a world-renowned ultrarunner and vegan. Here he discusses all things wellness with some of the brightest minds in the health world, including doctors, nutritionists, athletes and coaches. If you’ve considered cutting back on your meat intake or have toyed with the idea of meditation, Roll’s in-depth discussions and range of topics should appeal.

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Trained

Nike’s senior director of performance, Ryan Flaherty, speaks to industry names to discover the latest innovations, insights and trends in the fitness world. Not just for athletes, this insightful, intelligent podcast will inspire you to train and recover better, and develop a stronger mindset.

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WeMove

Taking a science-backed approach to self-improvement, WeMove explores the worlds of movement, health and adventure. From the power of ice baths to constructive criticism and confrontation, to the way we look at pain, this podcast will challenge you to think about wellbeing from a different perspective.

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