Author: Daniel Rash (Biohackingdan/Geneticwarrior)
With new books and research being released each day stating which diet is the, “optimal” diet for human species, it can be quite confusing what to fill your plate up with nowadays. Is going ketogenetic the right move? What about paleo? Maybe I should go vegetarian or vegan after watching that latest documentary? I could probably write a whole paper on the different diet options that have been touted as, the best. The hard truth is that many of these so called, “health gurus” are simply trying to end up on the best seller’s section of the book store. With the thousands of nutrition and recipe books written within the last 20 years, you would think we would have the health crisis under control regarding obesity, weight loss, hormone health, mood disorders, however, this is not the case.
Continue reading Hacking Your Genes Through Epigenetics and Targeted Nutrigenomics →
In the last piece I wrote, I showed that a mouth guard could increase your strength by 10% while also biohacking your breath. If interested to read that article please open it here.
But what if I could biohack my brain? It is actually easier than you think. This hack might sound weird, pun intended but all you need are headphones to utilize the effects of Binaural Beats…
Continue reading Binaural beats, the musical neurohack →
In Sweden and the Scandinavian countries osteoporosis is a very common issue. In fact, Sweden has the highest numbers of bone fractures caused by osteoporosis in the world (Bjärenäs, 2018). In Sweden the milk lobby has for many years promoted the slogan “milk gives stronger bones”. However, this is an oversimplified version of the truth and the reasons for the high numbers of osteoporosis are many. Calcium has an important role in bone health, but Calcium alone doesn’t build strong bones. The lack of sunlight makes vitamin D deficiency a common problem in Sweden. Vitamin D which really is not a vitamin, but a steroidal hormone plays a crucial role in in intestinal calcium absorption. If there is a deficiency of vitamin D in the bloodstream the uptake of calcium is reduced, and the body starts taking calcium from the skeletal tissue.
Continue reading Osteostrong the ultimate hack for your bones! →
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Smartphones are the new best friend
Smartphones has become an integral part of life and sometimes they are even closer then our family in these days . We wear them closely to our body we have them close when we sleep, kids tell there parents that they are going to sleep but stays up half the night feeling the urge to stay updated on everything that happens online. When i take the train to work everybody’s necks are like cranes hovering over there cell phones. The link between cellphone use and cancer remains inconclusive, one thing that is for real is the impact on sleep and the stress factor more and more people have a hard time to let go of there cell phone.Even if the relationship with cancer is not 100% proven there is another effect that is starting to get more traction in the scientific community.That theory is that the cellphone radiation seems to affect the cellular voltage gated calcium channels (VGCCs).This means that cellphone use will make these calcium channels open and let calcium in to the cell.This will cause excess calcium signaling but also an excess of nitric oxide will be let in to the cell. The excess of nitric oxide could form in to peroxynitrite wich in turn could breakdown and form reactive oxygen species (ROS) which can induce cellular damage.The most amount of VGCCs are located in the brain and many studies have now shown links between cellphone use and neurological disorders like:
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That the brain is the boss of the body is nothing new. But how to trick this all powerful boss into making you stronger that is how you neurohack your workout.
A lot of neurohacks can be done without any equipment. But for the sake of simplicity and safety I will suggest that you buy a mouth guard. Why a mouth guard?
Continue reading A bite-size neurohack, literally! →
My name is Tim Lind and I am passionately interested in how our brains affect our health. I want to prove how effective it is to use the brain and nervous system to improve our life. Brain or neurohacking can sometimes solve problems in less than a minute.
What is neurohacking? It is using your own body as a tool to adapt, modify or improve your bodily functions.
Continue reading Can you hack your balance? →
I’m 39 years of age and every second year i get tonsillitis, that’s been the case for as long as I can remember. This time was different though. It came back with a vengeance and was worse than ever.
If you’ve ever had tonsillitis, you surely know of the traditional western way of handling it. 1: Determining if the illness is; a. bacteria or b. virus.
In short, if a; eat antibiotics, anti-inflammatory and painkillers. If b; eat painkillers and anti-inflammatory. If treated tonsillitis comes back, or if you get peritonsillar abscess, the option is to remove the tonsils all together.
I would like to think that there are more alternatives that that.
Continue reading Biohacking Tonsillitis →
Author: Daniel Rash (Biohackingdan/Geneticwarrior)
From books and research, to national television and social media, the benefits of Meditation have become widely known. With benefits ranging from relieving daily stress to lengthening telomeres and increasing Grey Matter in the brain, this practice has been touted as one of the most beneficial lifestyle routine one can implement. As our rate of stress increases as a society, and technology advances more and more, people are beginning to return to the basics and get in touch with their stillness.
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In the start of my biohacker journey sleep was a big priority and after doing a lot of work with improving my sleeping area and trying various hacks to sleep better i decided to start tracking my sleep to understand what was going on during the night. I started out with the regular sleep apps for smart phones but didn’t find them reliable. Then I started hearing about the OURA ring from a lot of people in the biohacker community. After a couple of months, I decided to get one. I have used the OURA ring and tracked my sleep for approximately 10 months and I really love it. When they launched their new ring with a good pre-order deal I decided to buy it.
Continue reading Honest review of the new OURA ring →