Biohacking is using pretty much anything at your disposal (medications, knowledge, science, therapies, etc.) to make your body and brain work at its full potential. Some people get into biohacking to improve energy, some are interested in better focus, and some want inflammation relief. There is a biohack for every one of these problems and more. Too good to be true? I assure you, it’s not.
Far too many of us these days have had some experience with friends or loved ones who are dealing with Alzheimer’s and it’s heart-breaking physical, emotional and mental impact. Though many of us witness the disease at arm’s length, it’s hard not to think about the frightening specter of Alzheimer’s possibly affecting our own brains someday.
I love herbs and spices, not only for their flavors but also for their medicinal effects. And if I had to pick one health all-star, it would have to be turmeric, the spice born of the curcuma longa plant that gives curries their rich golden yellow color. It’s more than just a tasty flavor-enhancer though.
Vitamin K. It’s one of those vitamins that people know they probably need, but aren’t entirely sure why. That’s in part due to the fact that vitamin K is actually a group of vitamins, adding to the general confusion over which K does what to support your health.
To get into the unplugged groove, start by taking baby steps and keep challenging yourself to cut the cord a bit further every day. Here are a few simple tips for those just starting their digital detox journey—and for those of you who might need a little tune-up.