Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common autoimmune disease of the brain and previously thought of as incurable [R]. However, the idea that MS can be hacked and put into remission has recently emerged. In this post, we review treatments for MS and how they work – both alternative and conventional. Note: SelfHacked does not promote the use or […]
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common autoimmune disease of the brain and previously thought of as incurable [R]. However, the idea that MS can be hacked and put into remission has recently emerged. In this post, we summarize everything that has been published on MS, including causes, mechanisms, and both conventional and alternative treatments. Note: SelfHacked […]
This post summarizes just one of many biohacks I have discovered that have changed my life. “And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.” -Nietzsche
Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) is an important hormone that is considered to be the “master controller” of your thyroid. It is linked to a wide variety of health conditions, and its effects can be either beneficial or negative depending on your age. Read on to find out how TSH works, what can impact TSH levels in […]
Prednisone is a synthetic corticosteroid used particularly for its anti-inflammatory effects. Prednisone’s ability to target many pathways in the inflammation process makes it the standard treatment for a wide variety of diseases. But, prednisone use can cause severe side effects. Read on to learn more and discover the natural alternatives.
Phytohemagglutinin or PHA is a lectin or plant protein found mostly in red kidney beans. In medicine, it is used to trace the shape of brain cells and test cellular immunity. While PHA could help reduce cancer and increase weight loss, high amounts of this lectin are very toxic to humans. Read more to learn […]
Prostaglandins are powerful hormones that have a variety of diverse functions in the human body, most notably controlling the immune response. However, in excess, they can cause chronic disorders and diseases, including migraines, painful menstruation, and cancer. Read on to see how prostaglandins affect your health.
Enkephalins are mainly involved in decreasing pain, reducing inflammation, preventing cancer cell growth, increasing immune cell activity, and play a role in several diseases. Read more to learn about the conditions associated with high and low enkephalin levels and ways to decrease and increase them.
In this interview, Bob Dennis answers audience questions on the ICES next-gen PEMF device, including: Do the ICES help with autoimmunity, injuries, brain fog, chronic pain, and many other conditions? An update on how the ICES works to support healing How to use the ICES and try out to see if it is for […]