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Hacking for Healing at SXSW Interactive


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Do you know why you should take steps to get healthy when you already think you are healthy?

DrBonnie360 brings together Linda Avey (We Are Curious Inc.), Poonacha Machaiah (JIYO), and Nicole Guthrie (HopeLab), to present you with your #HacktoHeal.

With Chronic Disease, especially autoimmune disease, slowly creeping up on us at an epidemic level, we can no longer ignore the importance of being healthy. The stage is set for personalized prevention. The science, research, data, digital health, and patients, are all ready for personalized prevention to become a reality.

We Are Curious, JIYO, and Hopelab bring SXSW the steps to finding and maintaining their optimal health.
The key to all this is finding the right feedback loops for each of you and maintaining balance.

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Hacking for Healing at SXSW Interactive

  1. 1. HACKING FOR HEALING Answer Our Twitter Poll! #HacktoHeal @DrBonnie360 @AutoimmuneMom @WeAreCurious @jiyo4life @HopeLab
  2. 2. What Does Healthy Look Like? Carrie Johnson 3x Olympian Selena Gomez Actress, Singer Karolina Kurkova Victoria’s Secret Angel #HacktoHeal
  3. 3. What Does Autoimmune Disease Look Like? Crohn’s DiseaseLupus (SLE) Thyroid Dysfunction
  4. 4. An Invisible Epidemic 100+ 16% 10 diseases US population Top leading cause of death in women less than 64 yrs I’ve been told too many times that I was too young to have the symptoms I was having I was refused proper care and testing for “old people” diseases and disorders. This happened in my 20s on. “ ”
  5. 5. Answer Our Twitter Poll! #HacktoHeal Do you believe your genes dictate your health?
  6. 6. Genes Are Not Your Destiny
  7. 7. You Engage with App Capture Data Provide Feedback Change Behavior Repeat & Reinforce Change Persists Evaluate, Iterate, & Experiment The Stage is Set for Personalized Prevention
  8. 8. The Key to Healing is Balance Work & Money DIY Tracking Stress Management Community Family & Friends Food as Medicine Exercise Sleep & Rest
  9. 9. #HacktoHeal @HopeLab @guth_cole @WeAreCurious @lindaavey @jiyo4life @poonacha_bm @DrBonnie360
  10. 10. The Science Antoni, MH et al. “Cognitive-Behavioral Stress Management Reverses Anxiety-Related Leukocyte Transcriptional Dynamics.” Biological Psychiatry 71.4 (2012): 366-372. <>. Irwin, MR, and SW Cole. “Reciprocal Regulation of the Neural and Innate Immune Systems.” Nature Reviews Immunology 11.1 (2011) : 625-632. <>. Qu, S et al. “Rapid Gene Expression Changes in Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes upon Practice of a Comprehensive Yoga Program.” PloS One 8.4 (2013) : n. pag. . <>. The Immune System’s Feedback Loops Community Kok, BE et al. “How Positive Emotions Build Physical Health Perceived Positive Social Connections Account for the Upward Spiral between Positive Emotions and Vagal Tone.” Psychological Science 24.7 (2013): 1123-1132. <>.
  11. 11. The Science Black, DS, and GM Slavich. “Mindfulness Meditation and the Immune System: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials.” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 20.1(2016): 1-12. <>. Tang, YY, BK Hölzel, and MI Posner. “The Neuroscience of Mindfulness Meditation.” Nature Reviews Neuroscience 16.1 (2015): 213-225. <>. Hill, PL, M Allemand, and BW Roberts. “Examining the Pathways between Gratitude and Self-Rated Physical Health across Adulthood.” Personality and Individual Differences 54.1 (2013): 92-96. <>. Neff, KD, and CK Germer. “A Pilot Study and Randomized Controlled Trial of the Mindful Self‐compassion Program.” Journal of Clinical Psychology(2013): 1-17. <>. Mind-Body Feedback Loops