Longevity

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Longevity refers to the length of time a particular species can live and produce offspring. In humans, longevity is often measured by life expectancy, which is the average number of years a person can expect to live based on current mortality rates.

There are many factors that affect longevity, including genetics, lifestyle choices, and access to healthcare.

Biohacking is the practice of using science and technology to hack the human body in order to improve its performance.

This can include things like using dietary supplements and fitness devices to optimize health, using genetic engineering to modify DNA, and using brain-computer interfaces to improve cognitive abilities. Biohacking is often used by people who want to live healthier and longer lives.

The average human lifespan has increased dramatically over the last century due to advances in medicine and public health. However, there are still many things that can be done to further improve human longevity.

Biohacking is one way that people are trying to do this. By using science and technology to improve their health and extend their life, biohackers hope to live longer and healthier lives.

There are many different ways to biohack your body, and there is no one-size-fits-all approach. What works for one person may not work for another.

One of the most important things to potentially extend your life is to focus on healthy lifestyle choices. Eating a healthy diet, getting regular exercise, avoiding smoking, and implementing some of the biohacking techniques are all keys to living a long and healthy life.

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