Caveat emptor from the Cyborg
I don’t know if I’ve mentioned this anywhere before, but I’m a computer programmer. I spend my days sitting in front of a computer, trying to get it to do what I want then spreading my will, like a virus, to as many other computers as necessary. I’ve spent years studying, learning and honing my skills to reach this point. Now my primary income is from programming. When people pay me, it’s to create code. If you really want to break it down, all I ultimately do is manipulate magnetic fields in silicon. In the X-Men universe that would make me Magneto. But here in the real world it just makes me a geek.
I say this because it’s kind of important to know where any advice you read comes from. I have not spent years at university studying anatomy, physiology, medicine, chemistry or biology. I am not a doctor of any kind. I have no expert or scientific opinion on any matters associated with the body or anyone’s physiology. All the opinions and recommendations expressed here are purely based on my personal experience and are generally things which have worked (or not) for me. While I may have researched some of the ideas I express throughout the site, the majority of my knowledge and opinion has been formed through trial and error - and almost certainly more error!
So, caveat emptor.