was in a mall for a couple of hours on sunday and noticed tons of sick people, including staff. Thought it would not get me as it usually doesnt, but overtrained and underate for a day and here I am…Eat your protein, kids.
Findings from using a cat can alcohol stove at 5000m... The biggest problem I had was getting the alcohol to heat up to vapor temp on wet sandy ground that soaked up heat. I'm definitely going to add a steel primer tray to my kit.
Once the ground got warmer around the can stove, things were cooking fine, albeit a bit slower than normal (could also be that the water was nearly freezing too)
stimulants - whether meth, cocaine or caffeine - put the body into an altered state. It’s essentially a chemically induced stress response. I believe sleep is the #1 priority for good mental health and caffeine absolutely has an impact on that.
I'm on week 2 of >https://future.fit>, a new workout app that combines a real trainer sitting in San Fran, programming your workouts, and the app cues you (via headphones and Watch) while working out with music. So far, it has been pretty cool. It looks like the app gives me 2 free guest passes for a month trial. Holler if anyone wants to try it.
wksdukkfbwxdypckqxxqdfneealq Can't remember the exact recipe (the site went down long time), but as far as I remember I user to take big cup of warm water, and teaspoon of ACV and teaspoon of honey. Even if it doesn't help with sleep it's not a bad drink for the evening (sweet and sour). I think it works by ACV just being good in any case for you, and honey is some carbs/sugars so you don't crash during sleep (which leads to waking up groggy and stuff). Just not sure why it's not working on me anymore, but those couple of weeks when it did was amazing 😞
Tim Ferris has this in a night routine video on youtube, remember watching him demonstrate it a log time ago 🙂 probably still easy to find. I used to drink acv in water in the morning, but I switched back to herbal tea with a ton of lemon and some raw honey. dkagnmaucx
uypmdtxqj I think he took it from some other biohacker, but that guy died and my guess someone forgot to pay the domain/hosting bill so whole blog went down and seems wayback machine wasn't so great into saving those pages 🤷♂️
and also carbs help you produce tryptophan which turn into melatonin. the only problem is, another theory says melatonin is made in the eye by infrared light in the morning and some uv during the day == thats the circadian clock, no?
oxqyujmhhl The awomgxetvyghtg and opyvooedx would probably have most info, but it seems the general summary is that if it's small enough you can put it under the seat, otherwise it's cargo hold (drug them if they are too anxious)
fnfinyzhs Too lazy to look for exact details, but if My memory doesn't forget it's something along the lines of testosterone is made around 4 AM from cholesterol, so 3-4 boiled eggs gives enough of it for production 🤔
I have a some Sony WH1000-MX2 headphones. I normally (bluetooth) pair them with whatever devices I'm using and I've been really impressed with the audio quality. I had heard a lot of folks from work and otherwise online have heavy preferences for wired headphones.
Today I tried using the 3.5mm jack to listen to my laptop, and I am not at all impressed. The A2DP bluetooth (audio sink) audio profile sounds soo much better than the wired connection. I think a bunch of you own either the XM2 or XM3 headphones and I'm curious if you've experienced the same.
For me at least, tolerance to the stimulant effects builds up much more quickly than the impact on stress/anxiety etc, so 'resetting' means I get to keep the benefits without needing to drink so much that I get the unpleasant side effects.
The easiest way to quit is to taper off over a couple of weeks. I used to mix regular coffee with decaf, starting with 100% caffeinated and changing the ratio by say 5% each day until its pure decaf. That way you don't need to change your routines at all, and you never reduce your intake enough in one go to cause withdrawal symptoms.
Oh, and jftsenvkhetaidlpwye If you do decide to quit cold turkey, be careful! Caffeine withdrawal is a common trigger for depressive episodes, if you're prone to that sort of thing, and can actually spike your stress/anxiety in the short term.
hstimgvceevzt I think you will turn to dust sooner than before someone fixes it. That is one of the reasons why I sometimes prefer to make my own changes to at least get something (not like any of big companies are making that any easier)
Yeah, kind of one of the reasons, just to help out myself, it's still on my todo list to make some improvements and do it shareable, but still haven't came to it (should do that soon because will need it soon) :smile: I still like often inject some CSS in a lot of sites, like using normal font size (so you don't need to be an eagle to see anything), or hiding notification badges (I get too distracted by them) or even whole sections of them, usually sites end up looking more broken but at least they become more functional 😄