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Modern biohacking. Is it true that these technologies will help you live 100 years?
Many things that science fiction writers could only assume at the beginning of the last century, have already quite densely entered our life. We boil water in an electric kettle, ride super-fast trains, communicate on cell phones, and rush to work in segway. Technological gadgets have made our life more comfortable and richer.
But science and medicine do not stand still, and what was previously available to a very narrow circle of people becomes a product that goes out to the masses. Japan is one of the most developed in terms of developments in the field of medicine, cosmetology and the so-called wellness direction. In the Land of the Rising Sun, the concept of preventive medicine has been developing for a long time, and it is quite natural for local residents to regularly visit SPA salons and think about high-quality recovery after physical and mental stress.
Enhel Wellness Spa Dome space
Photo: Official Enhel Wellness Spa Dome website
It is worth mentioning here, that life expectancy in Japan has increased markedly over the past 10 years. At the moment, the country is home to over 10 thousand people who have crossed the threshold of the century. Recently, Japanese technologies have become available in Russia as well; in the very center of the capital, an innovative space Enhel Wellness Spa Dome has opened. Entering the house, you open the door to the future. So if, while waiting for a detox smoothie at the bar, you are offered to freeze you in a cryo chamber and wake you up after 2000 years, do not laugh. Who knows, maybe this option will soon become familiar and available to everyone.
Take the test and learn more about what technologies can already improve the quality of life, solve sleep problems, speed up metabolism and burn a record amount calories, and which are nothing more than a figment of our imagination.