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  1. Move with the Rhythm 4:   Optimum Timing


    Circadian rhythms change your body’s metabolic landscape over the day, and there are more (or less) ideal times for specific types of activities.

  2. Are you an Early Bird or a Night Owl?

    All over the world, we keep our digital clocks synchronized, and set our morning alarms to suit work and school start times. But if you let your body run on natural time, would it choose these waking and bedtime hours?
    The average person’s circadian cycle (body clock) runs at slightly over 24 hours, and resynchronizes daily with environmental triggers.
 


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