Lacking Great Sleep? These Biohacks Can Help You Rest

Optimized sleep habits improve energy, performance, health, and life expectancy.
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Achieving Restorative Sleep Using Science

Say goodbye to tossing and turning! New research offers biohackers ways to enhance their rest and improve the overall quality of their lives.

Sleep Is More Important Than You May Think

Insufficient sleep can be viewed as an international epidemic, with studies demonstrating that anywhere from 10 to 50% of adults suffer from sleep disorders. Poor quality sleep is not only linked with economic consequences but is also connected with many leading causes of death, including obesity, cardiovascular disease, and accidents.

Biohack Your Sleep Habits and Finally Feel Your Best

If rest is evading you, biohacking can provide solutions. Start by integrating new habits, tools, and technology that have been scientifically proven to improve sleep patterns. Next, reset your circadian rhythms by incorporating stress-reducing lifestyle habits, focusing on nutrition, and designing a bedroom that supports your success. The result? You’ll feel and perform better all day, every day.

The Ultimate Biohacked Bedroom

Start by focusing on your sleep hygiene and resting environment.

Overwhelming research points to the necessity of creating a bedroom that is specifically designed for rest— eating, working, and scrolling on your phone should be a hard no in your sleeping hub! Biohacking best practices offer a checklist for making your bedroom ideal for great sleep. From keeping your sleeping area cool to removing artificial lights and improving air quality, these biohacks will let your brain know that when you enter your bedroom, it’s time to prepare for sleep. Integrating science into your sleeping environment will enable you to finally find the comfort you need to get the sleep you deserve.

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Breathwork for Sleep

Transformative breathing techniques can biohack your system for real rest.

Slow, deep, and conscious breathing practices induce a restful state that promotes deep sleep. Learn how mouth tape, apps, exercises, and tech can improve your rest.

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Light for Sleeping

Use light (and dark) to regulate your circadian rhythm for better rest.

Research shows how light and dark signal the body’s sleeping patterns — and the difference biohacks make.

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Better Nutrition, Better Sleep

The “Great Sleep Diet”: Biohacking advice on eating for better rest.

New science shares how nutrition is the foundation of the body’s ability to sleep and regenerate, allowing us to perform optimally, feel great, and stay healthy.

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Biohacking with Sleep Supplements

Biohacking science explores whether supplements help with restful sleep.

Those considering a sleep supplement should think holistically about their health and dive into the research.

Sleep Technology

Biohackers use high-tech to track and attain optimal sleep every single night.

Today’s market is filled with tools and software designed to offer solutions for troubling sleep conditions—but not all of these technologies are backed by science. The ones that actually work help you gather data about your conscious and unconscious behavior, both while you are sleeping and when you are awake. Technology can help your mind visualize rest and even reduce snoring, encouraging better sleep. Whether you’re wearing the tech or keeping it on your bedside table, you can now use tools proven by research to improve your habits and environment, allowing you to achieve a good night’s rest.

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Biohack Sleep Sounds

Of course, silence helps us sleep— but biohackers use other sounds, too.

Your auditory environment plays an important role in your ability to get a good night’s sleep. Thankfully, biohacked sleep has never sounded so good.

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Meditation: A Free Sleep Biohack

Biohackers who meditate are less likely to suffer from poor sleep.

A regular meditation practice helps calm the mind, which in turn helps calm the body. Integrating this proven technique will drift you off to sleep and wake you rested.

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