Biohacks range in their mechanisms, time commitments, accessibility, and price but tout similar benefits – recovery, energy, relaxation. Wellness enthusiasts looking for the next great biohacking stacks are wondering… What’s different about Pulse? Do I need Pulse if I am already using other modalities?
Before we reveal what makes Pulse your secret ingredient for the ultimate biohacking stacks, let’s review the benefits of Pulse alongside the basics and benefits of other popular modalities!
Above all, Pulse is exercise at the cellular level! It introduces a substantial amount of usable energy into the cells to support their natural self-healing and self-regulating functions. Human users often experience a boost of natural energy, reduced muscle fatigue and discomfort after exercise, amplified athletic performance, and find the overall experience soothing and relaxing.
Red light therapy interacts primarily with skin cells to improve wound healing, reduce stretch marks, and improve overall skin texture. Some users also notice mental health benefits and find the warmth and color of the light create a relaxing experience.
Cryotherapy, sometimes called “cold therapy,” exposes the body to extremely low temperatures in short bursts. Like applying ice to an injury, cryotherapy will reduce swelling and inflammation and may help some users reduce soreness, reduce their anxiety, or even lose weight. It even stimulates detox!
Nutritional IVs deliver nutrients into your body in the fastest way possible, through your veins! These intravenous cocktails can promote better cardiovascular health, give you a natural energy boost, boost your immune system, and even help you maintain a healthy weight.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy or HBOT employs 100% oxygen in a hyperbaric chamber with raised air pressure to help you fill your lungs with pure oxygen. By increasing the amount of oxygen in your blood, HBOT encourages better delivery of oxygen to tissues and cells, promotes growth of blood vessels, and enhances the body’s ability to kill certain bacteria.
Saunas are well-known for their detox benefits. But they can also increase your metabolism, help you lose weight, increase blood circulation, rejuvenate your skin, improve your sleep, and help you relax. Regular saunas do this with steam or flame-stoked heat. However, one popular built-in biohack stack, the infrared sauna, does it with infrared lamps.
What’s different about Pulse?
If you noticed any themes in the brief biohack revue above, you’re not alone. These modalities all aim to improve the body’s natural functions, so the listed benefits are bound to be similar and those looking for great biohacking stacks might be worried about redundancy.
These modalities, alongside nutrition, hydration, rest, and exercise, are excellent seeds to grow in your wellness garden. But any biohack you’ve fallen in love with, you’ll love it more stacked or sequenced with Pulse! Here’s why…
Do I need Pulse if I am already using other modalities?
The simple answer is yes. Since Pulse operates primarily at the cellular level, stimulating and exercising the cell, it’s actually foundational to other modalities. Put simply, it’s any dedicated biohacker’s stacking and sequencing dream
Pulse opens the cells for the saunas, compression, and cryotherapy to reach deeper and pull out more toxins. It allows red light and oxygen to reach deeper, too, enhancing the benefits of those services. Whatever was in that IV drip, during or after your Pulse session, your body got more of it!
Improve Any Biohacking Stack
If you’re wondering how Pulse could stack or sequence with a modality you already love, ask yourself about the other modality…
Would it help if my cells were open? Am I hoping to remove toxins? Or put oxygen or vitamins in? Is there something here I want to absorb more of? Will this be more effective if I am relaxed? Would this be more comfortable with a soothing pulsing sensation?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, you can increase the efficacy with Pulse, the ultimate catalyst for wellness!
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