Biohacking can mean performing science experiments on yourself, tracking your own sleep and diet to changing your own biology. The general goal is usually to improve your health, and thus physical and cognitive performance.
Interesting Reads (no endorsements or medical advice)
- How biohackers are trying to upgrade their brains, their bodies — and human nature
- Peter Attia - Reverse engineered approach to human longevity
- Peter Attia Podcast Show Notes
- Project Blueprint aims to measure all 70+ organs of my body and then maximally reverse the quantified biological age of each.
- I’m 32 and spent $200k on biohacking. Became calmer, thinner, extroverted, healthier & happier.
- How to biohack your intelligence — with everything from sex to modafinil to MDMA
- Isaak Freeman: Project Surpass - human improvement interventions
- Aaron King: Foresight Institute Longevity Tech Tree Whitepaper
- Michael Snyder: Monitoring Personal Health and Ageotypes Using Big Data
- QBio Exam
- Simple Interventions by Jeremy Nixon