Routine is crucial to all aspects of health – after all, our body needs the old “rinse, repeat” to replenish energy, maintain cognitive health, and boost overall well-being.
But what if the routine you have established – and your sleep-wake daily cycles – no longer work for you? Changing your Circadian Rhythm to become an “early riser” instead of a “night owl”, or to modify your natural meal times is all but easy – but certainly possible!
Here’s what you need to know to get your Circadian Rhythm working for you. What Is Your Circadian Rhythm? Deriving from the Latin “Circa Diem” (“about a day” in English), the Circadian Rhythm sets the daily cycle of sleep and wakefulness, which, in turn, affects hormonal activity and other bodily processes like the hunger-digestion pattern.Read more on curiousmindmagazine.com