Using your body’s clock to plan your day


ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Do you understand their importance of your body clock?  Dr. Joseph Ojile with the Clayton Sleep Institute says you should plan your day to harmonize your health.

Our circadian rhythm is hardwired into us at the genetic and cellular level. This internal clock has a profound connection to our biology and health. Each person`s circadian rhythm is linked to regular 24-hour variations in blood pressure, body temperature, hormone secretions, brain wave activity, eating, and reaction time.

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