The blog (featuring some seriously actionable articles of exhaustive length) on everything from biohacking, smart drugs, and mind hardware to anti-aging, social dynamics, and philosophy.
It's less bioavailable as a choline source but has more downstream Nootropic effects. Impressively it has over 90 human clinical trials - a substantial body of gold-standard science for us to draw on in this meta-analysis.
Having used Heartmath's emWave for a while, I decided to take my optimization of heart rate variability to the next level and got the Inner Balance Bluetooth sensor.
In this review, I'll honestly discuss the pros vs cons, share how I saved nearly 50% on both mindfulness-enhancing devices, compare them to other biohacking tech I've used, and summarize the state-of-the-art science and studies done evaluating Heartmath's HRV technology.
|By Jonathan Roseland|
There's this misguided romantic notion of a man at war with himself - a man who finds himself often in the cratered and barbwire-strewn no man's land between high-minded principles, commitments made, and his impulses and baser drives. Our culture sees fit to elevate these men to great heights - think of the latest celebrity or politician to get caught in some sordid affair that totally undermines something they latterly espoused with great certainty to raucous applause.
But, this article is not about the endemic betrayal and duplicity of our leaders and icons - it's about risk mitigation in your most important relationship, committed man. It's about choosing the ounce of prevention every day instead of desperately needing a ton of cure one day. It's about making damn sure that you don't get a torpedo shot down your most vulnerable thermal exhaust port. When it comes to your monogamous commitment to your woman, be master and supreme commander of your mind, not an indecisive general manager that allows the bushfires of revolution to spread.
|By Jonathan Roseland|
This biohacking/lifehacking stuff is supposed to be a team sport and it's a lot more fun when you're not doing it alone. There are a bunch of Biohacking forums, Subreddits, and social media groups but good luck making real friends through them. Digital acquaintances are no substitute for flesh and blood humans that you can break bread (or an intermittent fast) with. I'm not aware of an online Biohacker space that facilitates local connections so I decided to build it and buck the trend of lame "Zoom parties" and online conferences.
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