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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 21 Jun 21

Getting a good night’s sleep requires timing and precision of what to release, where in the brain to release it, and when to release it. In a nutshell: sleep isn’t simple. Sleep is a complex ensemble of multiple interacting molecules and pathways that are dependent on circadian rhythms and is strongly influenced by our behaviors, thoughts, and environment. The good news is that the brain can effectively regulate all of these different factors with the right support. And one way we can support and optimize our sleep is through the use of sleep technology. Read on to learn of six sleep optimization …

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Getting a good night’s sleep requires timing and precision of what to release, where in the brain to release it, and when to release it. In a nutshell: sleep isn’t simple. Sleep is a complex ensemble of multiple interacting molecules and pathways that are dependent on circadian rhythms and is strongly influenced by our behaviors, thoughts, and environment. The good news …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Jun 21

Mitochondria are essential for healthy aging. Not only do they generate around 90 percent of all energy (ATP) produced in our body, they also participate in many cellular processes essential for healthy cell function. In fact, mitochondrial dysfunction is one of the hallmarks of aging. Modern theories of aging fall into two main categories: “programmed aging” and “aging as damage accumulation”. Programmed aging theories argue that aging follows a genetically encoded timeline—just like development in childhood and adolescence does—that unravels as changes in gene expression: as we age some genes switch on or become overexpressed, while others switch off or …

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Mitochondria are essential for healthy aging. Not only do they generate around 90 percent of all energy (ATP) produced in our body, they also participate in many cellular processes essential for healthy cell function. In fact, mitochondrial dysfunction is one of the hallmarks of aging. Modern theories of aging fall into two main categories: “programmed aging” and “aging as damage …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 7 Jun 21

In the last couple of decades, the widespread use of computers, smartphones, and tablets has led to a tremendous increase in our exposure to screens. The type of light screens emit has also changed with the introduction of LEDs, which are more stressful for our visual system. Recent societal shifts have further exacerbated our already excessive screen exposure, including a greater engagement in digital leisure time activities, social media, remote learning, and working from home. All this has taken a heavy toll on our eyes and visual system.If you routinely spend more than a couple of hours a day looking …

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In the last couple of decades, the widespread use of computers, smartphones, and tablets has led to a tremendous increase in our exposure to screens. The type of light screens emit has also changed with the introduction of LEDs, which are more stressful for our visual system. Recent societal shifts have further exacerbated our already excessive screen exposure, including a …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 3 Jun 21

QUALIA Vision combines 9 ingredients that have been carefully selected to support eye performance and counter visual stress. It was formulated especially for people who want support for the symptoms of eye strain and are concerned about protecting their eyes from blue light and other visual stress produced from digital lifestyles and devices with screens (e.g., computers, tablets, smartphones, televisions). Qualia Vision combines eye-healthy plant pigments, super fruit extracts, colorful spices, antioxidants, taurine, and vitamin B12. In this blog post, we’ll share some of the reasons why we included each ingredient in Qualia Vision.A Few Notable StudiesThese are a few …

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QUALIA Vision combines 9 ingredients that have been carefully selected to support eye performance and counter visual stress. It was formulated especially for people who want support for the symptoms of eye strain and are concerned about protecting their eyes from blue light and other visual stress produced from digital lifestyles and devices with screens (e.g., computers, tablets, smartphones, televisions). …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 2 Jun 21

Qualia Vision was formulated for people who want support for the eye strain produced by digital screens (e.g., computers, tablets, smartphones, televisions) and who may be concerned about protecting their eyes from blue light. One of the goals of the product was to give nutritional support to counter the eye fatigue and strain that is common among persons with high amounts of screen time. Another goal was to provide relief for tired, sore, or irritated eyes. During the development of Qualia Vision, volunteers with high amounts of daily screen time agreed to take the product and give feedback about their …

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Qualia Vision was formulated for people who want support for the eye strain produced by digital screens (e.g., computers, tablets, smartphones, televisions) and who may be concerned about protecting their eyes from blue light. One of the goals of the product was to give nutritional support to counter the eye fatigue and strain that is common among persons with high …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 2 Jun 21

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 2 Jun 21

What follows is a transcript for the podcast The Science of Mind Hacking – Sir John Hargrave – BrainTopics within the interview include the following:The Definition of HackingThe Brain, the Mind and Computer Are All AlikeThe “What Was I Thinking?” Mindfulness PracticeThe Physiology of the Mind-Body ConnectionThe ‘Five Why’s’ Technique“The Worse Thing That Can Happen” ExerciseThe Powerful Effects of Written AffirmationsFrom Comedy Writer to an Expert in Mind HackingHow He Became Sir John HargraveFeel, Do, Have, Give, BeMental Decluttering Tips on Reducing Decision FatigueWhat’s Next for Sir John HargraveThe Role of Humor Play in Mind HackingAuthenticity Means You Are Trying To Be …

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What follows is a transcript for the podcast The Science of Mind Hacking – Sir John Hargrave – BrainTopics within the interview include the following:The Definition of HackingThe Brain, the Mind and Computer Are All AlikeThe “What Was I Thinking?” Mindfulness PracticeThe Physiology of the Mind-Body ConnectionThe ‘Five Why’s’ Technique“The Worse Thing That Can Happen” ExerciseThe Powerful Effects of Written AffirmationsFrom …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 May 21

The visual system, which controls eyesight, is the largest system in the brain and can directly affect many functions of thinking, memory and cognition. We acquire information about our environment through our senses and vision plays one of the most important roles in cognition. The visual pathways of the human brain start in the retina and carry sensory information to the primary visual cortex, where it starts being processed, and then to other areas of the cerebral cortex, where complex processing and association take place. Visual processing takes up a very large fraction of the human brain—around 27% of the cerebral …

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The visual system, which controls eyesight, is the largest system in the brain and can directly affect many functions of thinking, memory and cognition. We acquire information about our environment through our senses and vision plays one of the most important roles in cognition. The visual pathways of the human brain start in the retina and carry sensory information to …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 May 21

What follows is a transcript for the podcast The Science of Leaky Gut – Steven Gundry, MD – Mind BodyDr. Steven Gundry is a medical doctor, clinician, researcher, and a well-known author who has spent the last two decades studying the microbiome and helps patients use diet and nutrition as a key form of treatment. He retired as one of the world’s top cardiothoracic surgeons to teach patients how to eat, guiding them on how to get ahead of the problem, not fixing it after the fact.Topics within the interview include the following:What Lectins Are: And Their Interaction With Leaky …

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What follows is a transcript for the podcast The Science of Leaky Gut – Steven Gundry, MD – Mind BodyDr. Steven Gundry is a medical doctor, clinician, researcher, and a well-known author who has spent the last two decades studying the microbiome and helps patients use diet and nutrition as a key form of treatment. He retired as one of …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 May 21

Heat therapy is an essential tool for peak performance. By adding heat therapy to our neurohacking routine we activate the release of serotonin in our brain, stabilizing our mood and boosting our happiness. Heat experts and founders of HigherDOSE, Lauren Berlingeri & Katie Kaps answer 7 important questions on the science behind heat therapy and a few others on biohacking!How Our Brain Reacts to Infrared Therapy and PEMFYou mention that “when you get DOSEd, you #GetHighNaturally.” Can you explain the science behind that statement to our readers?Humans are feel-good addicts, always chasing the next hit of happiness. It’s part of our …

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Heat therapy is an essential tool for peak performance. By adding heat therapy to our neurohacking routine we activate the release of serotonin in our brain, stabilizing our mood and boosting our happiness. Heat experts and founders of HigherDOSE, Lauren Berlingeri & Katie Kaps answer 7 important questions on the science behind heat therapy and a few others on biohacking!How …

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