Joe Rogan Experience #988 – Nick Swardson

Nick Swardson is an actor, stand-up comedian, screenwriter and producer. The second season of his Comedy Central series “Typical Rick” is available now on YouTube —

43 thoughts on “Joe Rogan Experience #988 – Nick Swardson

  1. Sorry joe, physiologist here. Excessive salt intake does cause high blood pressure, among a host of other problems like electrolyte imbalances. For those who are not "salt sensitive", excessive salt does not cause too many issues other than electrolyte imbalance. But for salt sensitive individuals, salt follows a pretty basic principal. Water is only transported in the body when it follows an ion(like how salt dissolves into sodium and chloride). when someone consumes too much salt, the retain water in the blood stream because higher salt, means water follows the salt, higher water content in the blood vessels leads to high blood pressure. Then we have the issue of electrolyte imbalances. When the salinity of the blood is too high your kidneys must then filter out more ions, and when the sodium and chloride go into your urine, you often end up pissing away potassium as well which is VERY important in repolarization of nuerons after they fire. so moral of the story, excessive salt is dangerous. Most people should not consume more than 3.5 grams a day, yet most consume about 8grams. And little things like high salt can cause LOTS of problems. Be safe buddy! love your work!

  2. Something was a little off about this podcast, with all the coughing and weird convos that lead to nothing really. I like both these guys but maybe next time will be better.

  3. quick thing there joe rogan… if we are slowly deteriorating and turning to shit why are world records for strength and speed shit still being broken, if we were better then, we should be getting worse now?

  4. So weird I have that same idea and topic about dreams yesterday.. What's the odds listening to Nick Swardson comedy acts run into this Joe Rogan episode and hear my theory about dreams and parallel universes. I guess great minds think alike.

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