The gym is always in the morning.
After the gym or Cardio, I always have a positive mood and I want to work constantly.
Coffee in the morning
Positive attitude and approach to the mirror and tell yourself that you are the best etc …
I’ve never believed biohacking stuff personally, think it’s mostly a gimmick but I’m sure it does benefit some. I’ve also never had any energy though, no matter what I try, probably due to years of insomnia and anxiety combined so maybe it’s just me.
When studying for my law degree I took half of a 50mg ritalin in the morning and half after lunch. Would prefer ritalin over modafinil. Lazer focus and awake.
Side effects: lack of appetite and irritable.
To calm down: Joint at night
Microdosing of LSD, mushrooms etc is supposed to be hip in Silicon Valley right now
I have taken modafinial for studying for exams when I used to study at a university. It was good, but when i tried it again years later, got negative affects(only for the day).
Building these habits over the years have helped me become super focused:
Supplementation(years of trial and error, Bio-availability > hype)
diet(I’ve cut out or limited anything my mind and body doesn’t like such as dairy/corn products, even if I love it )
drinking 4 liters of water daily
getting 7-9 hours of sleep daily, Working out 4 times a week
Not spanking the monkey(this is insane, for real)
nature walks most days
Limiting games/moves/tv shows
Not consuming caffeine daily
Being extremely aware of my gut health
I can confirm. I Microdose LSD every 3rd day right now. I have also Microdosed Mushrooms. LSD is like a psychedelic cup of coffee, Mushrooms are extremely grounding and dreamy. Yes I have also had much larger doses. Both put you into an extremely meditative state.
As someone who can’t wake up without 2 cups of coffee and stay awake throughout the day without couple of redbulls I have to say moda is indeed very effective, unfortunately my liver is so fucked up that If I’m doing 200mg of moda for couple of days, rest of the week I’m completely fucked up basically rolling on the ground and pain killers are just making it worse.
‘Microdosing’ unfortunately doesn’t seem to work for me
I do not know why, but the thing that works the most for me is : (let me try to explain)
If I achieve 1 todo in my task list, quickly in the morning, it puts me in the mood to continue, and give me that “reward feeling” in the brain, and then I want to continue achieving and check tasks and stuff.
If I wait hours and hours after waking up to start a todo or a task, my mood and confident will be down for the day.