At the Biohacker Summit in Stockholm, we learned how to manage stress with Dr. Olli Sovijärvi, one of the authors of the Biohacker’ Handbook. In this post, we summarized the main adaptogenic herbs and supplements to cope with both short- and long-term stress along with some practical tips and strategies.
Olli Posti is a perfect example of how we should think about our health and be in charge of our own lives. When he was only 10 years old he started noticing first symptoms of asthma. Later, at the age of 19, he was diagnosed with MS disease. This made him feel both scared and liberated, and soon after the … Read More
“Start with your foundation. Get your health in order. Start fueling your body. When you have more energy, when you have more clarity and your body is in better shape, that carries over and you get more creativity and you’re able to put in more productive hours. It affects your relationships. You’re a happier person; you’re able to better connect. … Read More
Teemu Arina interviews Exercise Physiologist Tiina Hoffman from Firstbeat about measuring stress and goes through his own data. What can we learn from the heart? [powerpress] Below are some highlights from the podcast. Normal person can suffer from overtrainning just because of chronic stress. Work can easily carry to your free time. The most common causes of sick leaves in Finland: chronic fatigue, flu … Read More
The times when rings were just jewelry are long gone. Now there is one ring to rule them… I mean you and your habits. With the latest technologies a ring can be a computer that will enhance your performance and wellbeing. Take ŌURA ring for example. ŌURA is a revolutionary ring-sized wellness computer that helps you sleep and perform better. ŌURA … Read More