But it’s not just what you put in your body that makes a big impact on your health.
Beyond diet and supplements, there’s a whole world of biohacking technology that people of all ages and activity levels use to recover, perform, and live better.
Below, we’ll discover five of the most popular wellness-boosting technologies that perfectly complement a healthy lifestyle.
Let’s take a look…
Think of compression therapy as an air-powered massage for your muscles.
Compression devices usually come in the form of boots and sleeves, and they apply sequential pressure to your arms and legs, which can improve recovery in a variety of ways.
The feeling is similar to having a blood pressure cuff around your arm or leg — only the pressure is dynamically applied up and down your limbs, resulting in a massaging effect.
Based on what your body needs, you can customize your compression therapy sessions to your liking, changing pressure levels, modes, session length, and more.
Companies that create air compression products claim that with regular use, you may experience:
As you can imagine, with potential recovery benefits like these, athletes from all different sports take advantage of compression therapy. These include professional basketball, soccer, football, and baseball players, as well as cyclists, fitness influencers, and endurance athletes.
If you’re familiar with the world of biohacking technology, you’ve almost certainly heard of (or already tried) cryotherapy.
This popular recovery method involves exposing the body to freezing or near-freezing temperatures for several minutes. This process essentially “shocks” the body into boosting circulation and induces an anti-inflammatory response.
If you’ve ever used an ice pack on a bruise or other injury, you’ve used cryotherapy on a small scale.
On a large scale, cryotherapy can be applied to the whole body in a few different ways: by immersing the body in cold water, stepping into a temperature-controlled room, or using a cryo pod that applies extreme cold to the whole body, excluding the head.
Research suggests that cryotherapy — specifically cold water immersion — may result in less central fatigue, lower ratings of perceived exertion, better exercise recovery, increased muscle oxygen delivery, and enhanced endurance performance.
Like compression therapy, cryotherapy is wildly popular in the world of athletics, with top competitors from all different sports and disciplines using it as a staple in their recovery routines.
If you’ve ever used a heating pad, a sauna, or spent fifteen minutes outside in Florida during the summer, you’ve used heat therapy before.
Contrary to cryotherapy, this recovery method is all about raising the body’s temperature and increasing blood flow to the outer tissues, which can lead to various health benefits. In fact, regular sauna use has been associated with improved exercise performance, joint health, energy levels, and quality of life.
Also, whole body heat therapy is perhaps the most accessible form of biohacking technology on our list today, as many gyms have built-in saunas and jacuzzis for their guests, and some homes and communities have jacuzzis as well.
These factors make heat therapy an easily approachable way to bio-hack your way to better health!
Red, infrared, or low-level light therapy is a wellness treatment that involves exposing the skin to low-wavelength light, which may promote healthier skin and muscle tissue.
The idea is that when our skin receives energy from red light, the mitochondria in our skin cells absorb it and can produce more adenosine triphosphate or ATP (the “energy molecule”) as a result.
This increase in cellular energy production is thought to stimulate blood flow, improve cellular function, and enhance tissue repair — benefits that may lead to skin healing and rejuvenation, resulting in an anti-aging effect.
There are also claims that red light therapy can improve other aspects of health, including the immune system, weight management, discomfort, and more.
Although some research loosely supports these claims, the jury is still out on whether or not red light therapy is a surefire way to improve skin health and overall well-being.
Although the biohacking technologies we’ve covered today all have supporting research to back up their results, few — if any — have stood up to such intense scientific scrutiny as BEMER.
BEMER therapy uses a patented pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) signal to safely stimulate healthy muscles, and its state-of-the-art technology is proven effective by years of peer-reviewed scientific research.
BEMER muscle stimulators promote healthy local circulation, oxygen delivery, and carbon dioxide removal — three benefits that have a powerful impact on the body.
In just two eight-minute daily sessions, BEMER therapy can lead to enhanced:
With impressive results like these, it’s no wonder BEMER has a long list of ambassadors, including professional football players, golfers, endurance athletes, cyclists, winter sports athletes, and influencers.
Also, BEMER’s product line includes full-body and targeted applicators, as well as a travel-sized backpack for simple setup and use wherever you go.
When it comes to biohacking technology, BEMER’s ease of use, portability, and science-backed results make it stand out from the rest.
BEMER does not provide any medical advice or services. This device is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. It should not be used for any purpose other than as described in the user manual. Please consult your own healthcare provider if you have any medical issues.
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