You may have heard of “biohacking” – the practice of changing our chemistry and our physiology through science and self-experimentation to energise and enhance the mind, body and energy. It’s a relatively broad definition and that’s because the concept is constantly evolving. It is a lifestyle that’s growing increasingly popular. It can cover a range of activities from performing science experiments on tracking your own sleep and diet, to the more radical such as changing your own biology by pumping younger blood into your veins to fight aging or implanting a chip into your brain to improve memory.
The primary objective is to evolve and gain the best performance from our mind and body.
It is ever evolving and fascinating stuff, we’re focused on biohacks involved with implementing lifestyle changes that induce better creativity, productivity and performance, like:
- Improving sleep quality
- Increasing resilience
- Increasing creativity
- Increasing sports & athletic performance
Biohacking mental performance specifically lends itself to increasing creative intelligence. Every moment of life is experienced through the mind, yet the modern world clouds this precious resource by forcing it to constantly process information.
When we sharpen our minds, we open ourselves up to explore the true potential of our inner creativity and potential.