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Are you consistently working longer hours? Does your health suffer for it?

As personal health becomes ever-so-popular and the increase in needing to be more productive arises, the demand for biohacking apps has expanded. The market is growing, creating innovative and interesting applications and you’re going to want to include them into your life.

In fact, these software programs are so revolutionary, that not only will they assist you to optimise your production, they’ll also enhance your overall health in the long run.

Here are some of the most popular apps to help you optimise your lifestyle.

Cognitive Tracking

Quantified MindCalling all mind hackers

This nifty site will measure brain responses to various triggers. It was developed by the director of the Center for Advanced Studies in Behavioral Sciences at Stanford and an artificial intelligence expert at Google.

Measure cognitive functions in

  • Working Memory
  • Motor Function
  • Reaction Time
  • Executive Function

Join experiments that measure

  • Meditation
  • Smart drugs
  • Routines
Quantified mind desktop display


Brain Training

LumosityDiscover what your mind can do

Star rating 4.6 out of 5

Train your brain by playing games. A brain training app that has its background in neuroscience and cognitive psychology. It features over 50 brain games designed to enhance cognitive function. You can customise the training to improve your skills.

Development areas

  • Speed
  • Memory
  • Flexibility
  • Attention
  • Problem Solving
  • Maths
  • Language

Mindfulness

HeadspaceStress less. Move more. Sleep Soundly

This is one of the most popular meditation apps on the market and is highly recommended for beginners to meditation. Not only does it teach you how to meditate (it features a 10-day course), it’s also packed with hundreds of meditation tracks of varying lengths and genres.

Meditation focus

  • Personal growth
  • Stress and Anxiety
  • Performance mindset
  • Work and Productivity
  • Kids and Parenting
  • Physical health
  • and lots more….
headspace meditation play basic sounds

Blue-light blocking

F.LuxSoftware to make your life better

star rating 4.9 out of 5

Any biohacker knows that for good quality sleep, you should not expose yourself to blue light from digital screens after dark. But let’s face reality here, we’re not going to stop using these devices at night, it’s too impractical. f.lux simply filters blue light from digital screens to keep your circadian rhythm balanced.

Control features

  • Adjustable range settings
  • Disable for certain apps
  • Bedtime mode
  • Backwards alarm clock
  • Control your house lights
  • Windows, Mac, Linux
  • rooted Android, ios device
flux blue-light blocking software for biohacking optimisation

Falling to sleep

Pzizzsleep at a push of a button

star rating 4.7 out of 5

Use binaural beats tracks to change your brainwaves to help you relax, drift off into sound sleep and dream deeply throughout the night. The app works best when wearing headphones and will play a special soundtrack designed by neurolinguistics programming experts.

Sleep modes

  • Power nap option
  • Dreamscape
  • Focuscapes
  • Narrations
  • Rate your sleep
  • Set favourites
  • Ongoing additions

Waking up refreshed

Sleep Cyclewaking up naturally

Star rating 4.6 out of 5

For most of us, alarm clocks are the bane of our existence. They’ll shock you awake leaving groggy wanting to go back to sleep. This app uses your phone’s accelerometer to monitor your sleep. You set a wake-up-time window and the device will go off during your lightest sleep phase.

Feature options

  • Analyses sleep patterns
  • Graphs your sleep cycle
  • Sets wake-up phase (30 min)
  • Intelligent snooze mode
  • iPhone, Android, Huawei
sleep cycle wake up hack phone beside the bed

Productivity tracking

ATracker manage your time, beautifully

star rating 5.0 out of 5

Want to be as productive as possible with your time? Track the time you spend on various daily routines, such as housework, meals, work or exercise. Enables you to see where you are wasting valuable time and more or less rearrange your schedule to be more productive.

Key features

  • One tap selection
  • Time spending history
  • Access from anywhere
  • Organise tasks
  • Create reporting charts
ATracke production optimiser display screens

Stress and mood checker

Inner Balanceinnovative approach to improving wellness

star rating 4.7 out of 5

Sync up your mind, heart and emotions to enhance your health and wellbeing. Manage your stress levels and gain insights into your mood by monitoring your heart rhythms. Requires a HeartMath sensor connected to your device.

Core features

  • Requires HeartMath sensor
  • Measures heart rate
  • Real-time feedback
  • Coaching tips
  • Track progress
  • Challenge levels
Inner balance app box with connection to male earlobe

Digestive gut health

Cara Caremanage symptoms, poop and food

Star rating 4.6 out of 5

Want to know what foods really drive you crazy? Learn more about what you put into your mouth and make the connection between your digestive health and overall wellbeing.

What it does

  • Check foods you eat
  • Measure stomach pains
  • Track bowel movements
  • Record stress levels
  • Create health diary
  • Developed by doctors
Cara Care digestive hack application screen displays

Upgrade your future

These are just a few biohacking categories to get you started. There are a plethora of apps in each space and the one you choose should meet your own requirements. Some apps will actually monitor multiple segments of your life to make things easier. For me, I use a Fitbit Versa in conjunction with a few of the above-mentioned apps to optimise my lifestyle.

Let me know if you have any suggestions about how you quantify your success?

By Johan

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