A thread to share lessons you learned on your biohacking jurney.
- know your shit I believe knowing the exact process of installation is very important, even though someone else installs it
- be patient installs take time, when people say “it took 10 minutes” they usually seem to mean the actual install, but there’s more: planning & preparing. Talking with my installer usually takes longer than the installing. All my installs took over 30min, without the small talk
- skin is thick it’s suprisingly hard to get the needle in, but once it’s in it’s easy
- DIWhy maybe I’m just lucky and biased, but I believe there’s always a way to get it done professionally. Which leads to:
- dont be cheap we’re used to devices being expensive, but implants are cheap for what they are, the install should cost a significant part of the price of the implant or more
I’m basically still a noob so take my lessons learned with