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This Biohack contains a voluminous amount of data covering over 72 topics related to how our nervous system functions! The health benefits one can achieve through implementing the information herein may be “Astronomical”! It is a 101-page PDF containing many secrets of how our bodies communicate with the electric universe.


Electricity and Voltage are everywhere, even in the human body. Our cells are specialized to conduct electrical currents. Electricity is required for the nervous system to send signals throughout the body and to the brain, making it possible for us to move, think and feel. Everything we do is controlled and enabled by electrical signals running through our bodies. When we talk about the nervous system sending "signals" to the brain, or synapses "firing," or the brain telling our hands to contract around a door handle, what we're talking about is electricity carrying messages between point A and point B.


We are essentially energy beings or astral beings that are composed of energy rather than matter.


Now, through Epigenetic Biohacking, you can take back control of your health! Science has now shown that every dis-ease known has a specific gene that isn't functioning at optimal range. It's not necessarily the blueprint passed down to you from your parents, rather, in 90% of cases, it's caused by some epigenetic factor such as pathogens, heavy metals, or toxins, for example. The good news is that, because of epigenetics, which is how your environment and lifestyle influence the expression of your genes, you can now reverse the negative expression of your genes through diet, lifestyle, and targeted supplementation thereby decreasing symptoms, and kick-starting the self-healing process.


The autonomic nervous system (ANS) controls several basic functions. Autonomic dysfunction develops when the nerves of the ANS are damaged.


The autonomic nervous system (ANS) controls several basic functions, including:


  • heart rate
  • body temperature
  • breathing rate
  • digestion
  • sensation


The ANS includes the sympathetic autonomic nervous system (SANS) and the parasympathetic autonomic nervous system (PANS). Most organs have nerves from both the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems.


The SANS usually stimulates organs. For example, it increases heart rate and blood pressure when necessary. The PANS usually slows down bodily processes. For example, it reduces heart rate and blood pressure. However, the PANS stimulates digestion and the urinary system, and the SANS slows them down.


The main responsibility of the SANS is to trigger emergency responses when necessary. These fight-or-flight responses get you ready to respond to stressful situations. The PANS conserves your energy and restores tissues for ordinary functions.


The fight or flight response is an automatic physiological reaction to an event that is perceived as stressful or frightening. The perception of threat activates the sympathetic nervous system and triggers an acute stress response that prepares the body to fight or flee.


Whether from a charging lion, or a pending deadline, the body's response to stress can be both helpful and harmful. The stress response gives us the strength and speed to ward off or flee from an impending threat. But when it persists, stress can put us at risk.



This Biohack includes natural remedies for the main genes and pathways associated with Autonomic Nervous System Disease including the recommended summary protocol for them.

Autonomic Nervous System Disease Biohack Genes & Pathways:


  • DRD4 Gene - Dopamine Receptor D4
  • Cyclic adenosine monophosphate (cAMP)
  • PDE4A Gene - Phosphodiesterase 4A
  • G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs)
  • G Protein-Coupled Receptor Kinase 2
  • Beta-Arrestins 1/2
  • ADRB2 Gene - Adrenoceptor Beta 2
  • Protein Phosphatase 2 (PP2A)
  • The Frequency Gene: CREB1 Gene - CAMP Responsive Element Binding Protein 1
  • Writers, Readers, & Erasers of Epigenetic Responses
  • Eukaryotic Translation
  • BDNF Gene - Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor
  • NGF Gene - Nerve Growth Factor
  • RTN4 Gene - Reticulon 4 (NOGO/Neurite Outgrowth)
  • NOGO Receptor (RTN4R Gene - Reticulon 4 Receptor)
  • MBP Gene - Myelin Basic Protein
  • PLP1 Gene - Proteolipid Protein 1
  • MPZ Gene - Myelin Protein Zero
  • PMP22 Gene - Peripheral Myelin Protein 22
  • MAG Gene - Myelin Associated Glycoprotein
  • MOG Gene - Myelin Oligodendrocyte Glycoprotein
  • PRX Gene – Periaxin
  • DLG4 Gene - Discs Large MAGUK Scaffold Protein 4 (PSD95)
  • PMP2 Gene - Peripheral Myelin Protein 2
  • MOBP Gene - Myelin Associated Oligodendrocyte Basic Protein
  • IKBKG Gene (NEMO) - Inhibitor Of Nuclear Factor Kappa B Kinase Regulatory Subunit Gamma
  • PLK1 Gene - Polo Like Kinase 1
  • AURKA Gene - Aurora Kinase A
  • GSK3B Gene - Glycogen Synthase Kinase 3 Beta
  • TLR2 Gene - Toll Like Receptor 2
  • TLR3 Gene - Toll Like Receptor 3
  • TLR4 Gene - Toll Like Receptor 4
  • MBL2 Gene - Mannose Binding Lectin 2
  • C3 Gene - Complement C3
  • SYK Gene - Spleen Associated Tyrosine Kinase
  • ZAP70 Gene - Zeta Chain Of T Cell Receptor Associated Protein Kinase 70
  • SRC Gene - SRC Proto-Oncogene, Non-Receptor Tyrosine Kinase
  • PTPN6|SHP-1 / PTPN11|SHP-2
  • Astrocytes – The “Star-Shaped Cell”
  • GFAP Gene - Glial Fibrillary Acidic Protein
  • VIM Gene – Vimentin
  • ACTB Gene - Actin Beta
  • LIMK1 Gene - LIM Domain Kinase 1
  • CAMK2A Gene - Calcium/Calmodulin Dependent Protein Kinase II Alpha
  • AQP4 Gene - Aquaporin 4
  • Microglia “The Surveillance” & M1/M2 Macrophages
  • MERTK Gene - MER Proto-Oncogene, Tyrosine Kinase
  • TREM2 Gene - Triggering Receptor Expressed On Myeloid Cells 2
  • TYROBP Gene - Transmembrane Immune Signaling Adaptor TYROBP
  • CSF1R Gene - Colony Stimulating Factor 1 Receptor
  • NRROS Gene - Negative Regulator Of Reactive Oxygen Species
  • TGFB1 Gene - Transforming Growth Factor Beta 1
  • GDNF Gene - Glial Cell Derived Neurotrophic Factor
  • RET Gene - Ret Proto-Oncogene
  • TNF Gene - Tumor Necrosis Factor
  • The Fractal Genes: Fractalkine CX3CL1-CX3CR1
  • ROCK Signaling, Signal Transduction, & Mechanotransduction
  • CSPG4 Gene - Chondroitin Sulfate Proteoglycan 4
  • CAPNS1 Gene - Calpain Small Subunit 1
  • G-Beta Gamma Signaling SuperPath
  • GNA12 Gene - G Protein Subunit Alpha 12
  • Cardiac conduction SuperPath
  • KCNK4 Gene - Potassium Two Pore Domain Channel Subfamily K Member 4
  • PTGS2 Gene - Prostaglandin-Endoperoxide Synthase 2 (COX-2)
  • Class A/1 (Rhodopsin-like receptors) SuperPath
  • CCR5 Gene - C-C Motif Chemokine Receptor 5
  • Piezoelectricity
  • PIEZO1 Gene - Piezo Type Mechanosensitive Ion Channel Component 1
  • PIEZO2 Gene - Piezo Type Mechanosensitive Ion Channel Component 2
  • Degenerin: ASIC2 Gene - Acid Sensing Ion Channel Subunit 2
  • FAP Gene - Fibroblast Activation Protein Alpha
  • DPP4 Gene - Dipeptidyl Peptidase 4

Autonomic Nervous System Disease Biohack

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