By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
November 3, 2017
- Your internal clock does more than regulate sleep
- Mysterious ways your body clock affects your health
- 6 ways to synchronize your natural circadian rhythm
When you think about your “body clock”, it’s likely that the only thing you associate it with is your sleep schedule. But what if I told that your “clock” is running in every cell of your body, every single day minute of the day?
It’s true. In fact, three scientists who contributed to this discovery recently received the Nobel Prize for it. And it’s well deserved.
It turns out that our circadian rhythm is critical to much more than our sleeping habits. Any mismatch between our lifestyle and our internal clock can affect any number of biological processes.
In the short-term you might find yourself feeling fuzzy, forgetful and out of sorts. You might even feel hungrier than usual… craving sweets and carbs.
But in the long-term? Continue reading