designed to inspire ideas around Biohacking to improve Sleep

Sleep is a vital component of a person’s health, and therefore it is probably unsurprising that the amount of sleep matters. However, sleep also changes with time and age, and even more importantly, sleep has patterns. A human’s internal circadian rhythm is majorly responsible for one’s sleep-wake cycle. The sleep-wake cycle is a behavioral or biological process that occurs over a 24-hour cycle.

If you are reading this article, I’m guessing you already know a bit about modafinil and are considering trying it for the first time.

The nootropic has been touted as the closest real-life alternative you can get to the NZT-48 pill from the movie Limitless. Appropriately nicknamed the “Limitless pill,” many modafinil reviews suggest that the drug can increase your brainpower with little to no adverse side effects…

Modafinil is a smart drug that promotes wakefulness. It is thought to work by modifying the natural chemicals (neurotransmitters) in the brain, specifically chemicals that controls sleep and wakefulness. Modafinil is typically taken in the morning to prevent daytime sleepiness, or 1 hour before the commencement of a work shift to treat shift work sleep disorders.
What is Polyphasic Sleep? There are various kinds of sleep patterns, known as monophasic, biphasic, and polyphasic patterns. Polyphasic sleep, for example, involves multiple, shorter periods of sleep, usually more than twice in a day. Some individuals practice polyphasic sleeping, but most people are monophasic sleepers, in the sense that they get every bit of their rest in one set period of sleeping. In contrast, Polyphasic sleepers snooze in short sessions throughout the day as opposed to sleeping all night.

What is red light therapy?

These days, many of us are familiar with the rise of “happy lights” and the increase in the literature suggesting that light has the power to impact our mood. What fewer people might know is that red light therapy is now gaining quite a reputation as well.