What Is Your Circadian Rhythm & How to Manage Your Internal Body Clock

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Black alarm clock outdoors, symbolizing the circadian rhythm.

At a Glance

  • Circadian rhythm is your body’s natural regulation of sleep and wake times.
  • Disruption of the body’s internal clock can have a huge effect on productivity and overall health.
  • You can keep your circadian rhythm in check with healthy habits such as creating a dark sleep zone, getting out in the sunshine during the day, managing stress and eating a healthy diet.

Want more energy and productivity in your life? Want a boost in your creativity? Always feeling lethargic mid-afternoon? Don’t worry, it’s natural for your ‘body clock’ to dip from time to time.

Stop reaching for that caffeine kick and sugar fix; a few simple life hacks can help you manage your body’s internal clock, also known as circadian rhythm.

Changes in your daily routine can reap massive rewards for your overall health and well being.

Read on to find out how using simple ways to balance your ‘biological clock’ will make you feel more alive and energy levels will sore. Click HERE to continue reading this article.

 by Helen Sanders

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