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... modafinil, a relatively novel stimulant primarily used to treat sleep disorders such as narcolepsy, sleep apnea and shift-work sleep disorder (Sahakian & Morein-Zamir, 2007). Methylphenidate and Adderall ...
2. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...    3.510 sleep medication     ...
... benefit -but what's the benefit of any situation which results in not having enough time, sleep, good food, learning, fun, intimacy, creativity, love or good health? How could these conditions ever ...
... as the conscious perception through different sensory modalities of one's surrounding environment. During sleep this may contribute to or initiate dreams.[31] contributions to executive functioning The ...
... that says we should all sleep around or that none of us should, because biological morality is not a static one-rule-fits-all construct; it is a flexible guide to life. As such, it prompts each individual ...
... exercising, no pain = no gain school is compulsory people can't survive without money fluoride in your water and toothpaste is beneficial the sleep patterns of wild and captive animals are the ...
7. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... of stimuli, i.e. similar subjects and media should not be learned in sequence. Always remember that no new knowledge can be moved into long term memory until after you next sleep!    ...
... Exercise AND relaxation is what builds muscles. Studying AND sleeping is what builds strong long-term memories and denser knowledge databases. Eating AND digesting good food is what provides optimal nutrition. ...
... of natural sleep is as major a cause of low energy, fatigue and poor concentration as lack of sufficient nutrition. This is an area that many miss because they think of it as trivial, but lack of natural ...
... it means what you think it means. In behavioral neuroscience, “habituation” usually refers to the way in which an animal can get used to a certain environment—much like how you sleep ...
... is more evidence for how the brain synchronizes its own activity as a whole in this way. Every couple of hours during sleep, synchrony suddenly emerges, between not just brain networks, but all bodily ...
12. Books -The Head Trip by Jeff Warren
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... with first-hand reports of his own experiments with activities that range from lucid dreaming to meditation to a form of sleep called “the night watch.” He weaves all of this into a “psychological ...
...  Even simpler (and a far older method) for extracting personal information, -as every CIA agent knows- is getting someone drunk and/or sleeping with them. That's why secret agents can be real tarts. That ...
14. Emotion - methods for mood & anxiety disorders
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... of the stria terminalis and nucleus accumbens. Finally, the vagus directly innervates the reticular thalamic formation, which is involved in coordinating a variety of activities, including sleep-wake cycle, ...
15. Advanced questions for Profiling Game
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... there was a dispute about it and quote the possibilities (d) not know what Star Trek is” “X would be MOST alarmed (a) if someone shaved off one of their eyebrows when asleep drunk (b) if ...
... and output. It is the thalamus that runs the ‘defragging’ program when we sleep, and regulates arousal, level of awareness and activity. Most importantly, this is where translation from one ...
17. Intermediate Functional Analysis PART ONE
(Neurohacking/Tutorials)
...  [ ]C I sleep naturally whenever I'm tired, and wake up easily and naturally without stimulants. [ ]D I take care of and regularly clean my body, clothes, bedding and home. [ ]E My immunity is ...
... becomes possible. When the ILC stays comfortably asleep, and change happens, we make mistakes, and the term 'absent-minded' is laughingly accurate. Hands up all those who ever 'absent-mindedly' turned ...
19. Deschooling essays by John Taylor Gatto
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... complete with untouchables who wander through subway trains begging and sleep on the streets. I've noticed a fascinating phenomenon in my twenty-five years of teaching - that schools and schooling are ...
20. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 2
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... for memory loss is due to a side effect of cannabis on brainwave patterns in sleep. Memory loss can be prevented even if you smoke a lot, by (a) making sure you’re not always stoned when you go ...
... of caffeine (or extra sleep or improved training) on his race time, he would have to design a second (or third or fourth) experiment. You need lots of data. The experiment would have to be performed ...
22. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... our brain begins a kind of functioning that’s similar to sleep, but carries some added benefits we can’t achieve as well in any other state, including the release of certain hormones that promote ...
... [1] -extending all possibilities in all directions for possible association, and then trimming connections back to the more accurate ones, as we assimilate the details of association (usually in sleep). ...
... as well. The mind tends to store data with multitasking as a priority, because it lives in a reality of finite space with limited time, and multitasking is constant for intelligence, even in sleep.   ...
25. Memory - memory editing update, 2004-2011
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... to begin with.) It's no use taking it before an expected traumatic event though, unless you want to sleep through the entire thing and wake up with a hangover. Versed (midazolam) and propofol (aka ...
... obsess over it consciously. Consider whether the brain is getting what it needs (food, sleep, interaction etc) or if it is an external problem such as needing more information. Review where you are in ...
... bad examples]. When we are asleep, this kind of thinking becomes the jumbled content of our dreams, as we unconsciously associate new ideas and look for patterns. This is an important part of making memories ...
28. Alternative energy
(Homeworld/Energy Alternatives)
...  Most creatures that need daylight in order to see take the easy option of being awake when it's daylight and asleep when it isn't, and many humans still do this today. Aligning yourself with biology's ...
29. Passages in the Void
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... the Borden homeworld back in the day had been destroyed or corrupted during their two hundred million year sleep, but a few answered my wakeup call. That was all I required, and had those failed to answer ...
30. Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... The brain will send out the signals that alter you breathing pattern, demand more sleep and rest, make you crave foods that increase your energy and so on. The stress on the body’s systems will thus ...
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