Covid-19 has made it very clear that optimization is the only way to fight against disease and afford ourselves any level of physiological protection.
For years, we’ve known that the traditional healthcare system is not where we can find the most cutting edge expertise and knowledge when it comes to optimizing our health.
Peptides and nootropics are the new frontiers of health and wellness. We can take advantage of them, tailor them to our needs, and catapult ourselves into a higher state of optimization.
What are the best dopaminergic-based nootropics? What is the number one mistake people make with nootropics? Why are SSRIs so harmful to men?
In this episode, I’m joined by biohacker and nootropics expert, Lucas Aoun. He shares in-depth cutting edge information on nootropics and how we can use them as an optimization tool.
The serotonin-dominant state is learned helplessness. It shuts down your ability to produce. All you can do is obey and comply. -Lucas Aoun
Lucas Aoun is a biohacker, nootropics expert, host of Boost Your Biology, and founder of Ergogenic Health. Ergogenic Health researches and curates the best health products from around the globe. They integrate modern Scientific Evidence, Anecdotal/Personal Reports, and Traditional Wisdom to create a lifestyle platform of supreme products, education, and consulting to promote biohacking for those who wish to explore their version of optimal performance. For more information, visit https://www.ergogenic.health/ and follow @ergogenic_health.
The events of the past year have taken a toll on many people’s mental and physical health, but while it’s tempting to blame this on external factors, the only way to get through this period is by looking within.
There’s never been a better time to stop focusing on the constant buzz of activity in the outside world and start working on our own inner stillness. That being said, with our world so geared towards a fast-paced lifestyle, is that even a possibility?
How can we channel our energies towards inner peace? What’s stopping us from becoming more self-aware in the first place?
In this episode, fitness expert, lifestyle coach, and host of the Stacked podcast, Joe Distefano shares how breathwork can help us find inner peace and healing in a time of chaos.
All of us as beings have to work on getting to a silent place where we can drown out the noise and be one with our presence. -Jay Campbell
Joe Distefano is an international speaker, fitness expert, and lifestyle coach. As the Founder of experiential lifestyle brand RUNGA, Joe is passionate about empowering his clients through practices that fuel health, wellness, and performance. While most in his industry focus on the “sore and sweaty scale”, Joe favors the “health and happiness” scale as a measure of success. Joe is also the host of the Stacked with Joe Distefano podcast.
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Books mentioned in this episode:
Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art by James Nestor https://www.amazon.com/Breath-New-Science-Lost-Art/dp/0735213615
With everything that’s happened over the past year, a lot of people have been living their lives in fear.
However, the fear we’re experiencing en-masse isn’t limited to concerns of contracting a virus. People are also worried about how they’ll be viewed by mainstream society, or worse, potentially losing their livelihoods if they step out of line.
Where does this fear stem from, and what is the purpose of it? Does experiencing fear mean we’re reluctant to awaken, or is there more to our collective anxiety?
In this episode, host of The Leak Project, Rex Bear shares his thoughts on the current state of fear.
When you're in fear, you can be manipulated more easily. -Jay Campbell
Rex Bear is the host of Leak Project, a platform dedicated to creating awareness for information not found in the mainstream media. Leak Project shares videos and audio podcasts on a wide range of topics, including among others UFOs, spirituality, and religion.
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Many of us may think we’re at the edge of biohacking, but if we aren’t putting enough focus on our sleep, we’re missing a vital step.
No matter how dialed-in we are to optimization, a lack of quality sleep will always hold us back from our full potential. Sleep is something worth investing in, so why are we still spending our nights on basic and unsophisticated mattresses?
The mattress has been the same for 2000 years, it’s time to modernize it. We’re surrounded by technology in almost every aspect of our lives, so it only makes sense to incorporate it into our rest routines. How can we leverage technology to improve our sleep performance?
In this episode, CEO of Eight Sleep, Matteo Franceschetti shares how the Eight Sleep mattress helps us optimize our sleep.
You can improve your sleep by being consistent in your times. Waking up early during the week and late on weekends only confuses the body. -Matteo Franceschetti
Matteo Franceschetti is the Co-Founder and CEO of Eight Sleep. Given his extensive background as a professional athlete, a lawyer, and Co-Founder of two clean-tech companies, it should come as no surprise that Matteo has had his fair share of sleepless nights. It was this experience that encouraged him to shift his efforts towards sleep optimization, and today he leads the world’s leading sleep enhancement company. Matteo is also an Official Member of the Forbes Technology Council.
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Or email Matteo at Matteo@eightsleep.com
To get $150 off an Eight Sleep mattress, use my discount code: https://eight-sleep.ioym.net/aa7QN
Other products mentioned in this episode:
NormaTec recovery boots