In the quest for a healthy, balanced life, Finnish biohackers have created their very own regimen of sauna bathing, cold baths, dietary supplements and digital tools.
But it is also a life that involves careful measuring and monitoring of the body’s data in order to optimise it or detect signals that can reveal important things about one’s health.
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Techtopia pays a visit to the Finnish biohacker centre in Helsinki to drink mushroom coffee, stick laser lights into their noses, measure the body’s condition using a Finnish finger ring and flick through the 500-page biohacker handbook that head of the centre Teemu Arina has published in collaboration with a doctor and a nutrition expert.
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Teemu Arina, CEO, Biohacker Center Helsinki
Henrik Føhns, host