Shocking Ways to Hack Your Body

Did you know that your body can be hacked? It’s not just some pseudoscience fantasy, just cold, hard facts backed by actual science. No, you won’t be able to fly or shoot lasers out of your eyes but you’ll be able to improve your everyday life. Like lucid dreaming whenever you want or controlling the size of your pupils at will. This article will teach you how to take advantage of your body’s very own cheat codes. Here are five examples.

1. Lucid Dreaming

Not many people can do lucid dreaming, and if you happen to be among the unlucky majority then take solace in the fact that it is something that can be learned. First, you need to consistently check your surroundings throughout your waking hours to know if it’s real or a dream. Once you become aware that you’re dreaming, you’ll remember this tip then immediately switch to lucid dreaming. Also, setting an alarm for about five or six hours after going to sleep and then going back to sleep shortly after will trigger the REM phase of sleep, increasing the chances of you lucid dreaming.

2. Raise Your Eyebrows to Increase Creativity

We’ve all had those moments where it felt like our creativity hit a dead end. If you ever find yourself in such a moment, just raise your eyebrows as high as you can! It’s really that simple! Science has proven that raising your eyebrows gives you a creative boost, as it helps to widen your visual perception and to come up with more solutions to any given problem. Also, you might want to avoid narrowing your eyebrows as it will significantly decrease your creativity.

3. Control Your Pupils Whenever You Want

The human eye is one of our most complex organs and it enables us to interact with the world. The pupil, in particular, controls the amount of light that enters the eye by shrinking and expanding as needed. It’s mostly a mechanism we have zero control over… or so we thought. A study at the University of Oslo revealed that simply thinking of the amount of light entering your eye will cause your pupils to react accordingly. Researchers believe that the neural responses that control the pupil work similarly for both imaginary and real visual cues.

4. Reduce Pain After Surgery by Listening to Music

Even if you’re not a huge fan of music, there’s no denying that there’s something relaxing and comforting about listening to our favorite songs. This feeling isn’t purely psychological as listening to a song of your choice causes the brain to release chemicals and hormones that strengthen the immune system. And it must be your choice because the effects will be nonexistent if someone else chooses the playlist for you. In the end, you’ll wind up using less painkillers and even heal faster.

5. Strengthen Your Immune System by Looking at Images of Disease

There are so many ways to boost our immune system: exercising, eating healthy and as mentioned earlier, listening to music. It sounds strange, but looking at images of diseases has the same effect. This was proven to be true during a study at the University of British Columbia where the white blood cells of the participants released the interleukin-6 protein after they were shown pictures of people sneezing. Their bodies basically reacted as if they were actually sick. What an unconventional way to keep your body healthy!


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