Your internal clock dictates when you should eat, sleep, drink coffee and whether you’ll have a heart attack
Health tracking, journaling and consolidation
Health on autopilot
Improving Alertness Doesn’t Have to Come with a Cost
Physical and mental health is the foundation of successful aging.
Here are some of the best podcasts on building a healthy lifestyle, as reviewed by the Basis team.
We use the word energy to describe how we feel, but the literal ways in which our body produces energy determine how we perform.
As one of our body’s main sources of energy, glucose levels have a major impact on our overall energy, mood, and performance.
Here’s our list of the top supplements that may give you the mental or physical energy boost you need.
Planning and performing your workouts using heart rate zones as a guide is the single best way to fine-tune your fitness plan.
Is there a magic number of daily steps? Maybe, but it might not be for the benefits you think about.
For many people, working out is a non-negotiable part of the day. We explore the optimal workout duration with Brady Holmer.
The music we listen to impacts how we feel. In biological terms, music encourages the release of dopamine in the reward area of the brain.
Morning and evening exercise have different effects on sleep, suggesting that the time of day is an important factor to consider.
Discover the essential guidelines to fasting and see a deep-dive into a multi-day fast.
In a world where pushing ourselves to the limit is the norm, our bodies tell us regularly what they need to stay healthy, happy and optimal.
Developing metaverse-like experiences in healthcare could be used to address multiple health accessibility issues.
According to the latest research, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) could help you get fit and boost your health in minutes.
Raising a happy and healthy Tamagotchi demands a significant amount of hard work and determination - just like our own health does.
Digital biomarkers are used to explain, influence, and/or predict health-related outcomes from our health data.
Building a healthy daily routine is an investment in yourself. By implementing the healthy habits that can make you feel better & healthier
Our stress levels have reached pandemic proportions - impacting our ability to think clearly, feel motivated and enjoy life.
Body temperature is a vital, biomarker that can reveal deep insights into your current health.
At first, small changes might not seem that effective. But put together, dozens of tiny habits can create the framework for a healthy life.
A list with the best healthtech wearables deals and more.
Adopt a calendar-based approach to significantly improve productivity and gain back personal time.
The fountain of youth may be a myth but the anti-aging and metabolic effects of intermittent fasting are real.
Did you know that it was possible to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in shorts or even run a half marathon above the Arctic Circle barefoot?
A significant proportion of our mood imbalances and psychological issues are directly related to physical problems in the brain.
Health, focus & fitness can be improved by tracking things like your sleep, activity and meals.
Create a healthy and happy life just by viewing health as a habit.
We did a 5-day Fast Food only experiment so you don't have to! So what does the data say about eating a steady diet of only fast food?
Body temperature is an under-utilized, yet vital, biomarker.
Automatically schedule your health habits at the best time each day and remove the friction of health planning from your daily life.
How Zach, the founder of Cooldown incorporates healthy habits in his routine.
How Ellina, Founder & CEO of gooava incorporates healthy habits in her routine
How Mahir, founder of Habitual Money incorporates healthy habits in his daily routine
Abnormalities in sleep quality and duration quickly reduce mental and physical performance while placing significant stress on the body.
Optimizing your biological rhythms enhances physical and mental performance.
HRV is one of the best widely available health metrics we have today.