HAVING MORNING MOODS? This helps! Move your biological clock

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Morning mood? This helps!

Move your biological clock

People who suffer from a bad morning, sometimes get accused that they should not do so grumpy. But one morning mood is usually a question of attitude or character. It has to do with your biological clock. Six tips to help temper a hand in the early hours.

Tip 1: To bed

One morning mood can, whether you’re a night personor do not simply caused by a lack of sleep. If you regularly go to bed late, come morning harder going. Even if you’re a night owl, you accustom yourself to go to bed on time. Imagine yourself in a fixed time. The later you go to bed, the more likely you ‘s morning is painfully wake up from a deep sleep phase .

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Find your biorhythm! So you resist your biological clock

Find your biorhythm!

So you resist your biological clock

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Find your biorhythm!

So you resist your biological clock

Nothing so strange as the biological rhythm of the human being. Where pronounced morning people during their holidays all to sit at seven o’clock breakfast, evening turn people still here for. An office job from eight to five is the last group of Hell, because they often see their bed out before dawn. But what if there is no alternative? Can you move your biological clock?

Our biological clock is partly controlled by signals from our environment. So we are sleepy when it is dark and we wake up the first rays of sunshine. So if you want a “normal” day and night rhythm then it is advisable to not completely close the curtains or blinds in your bedroom. A hole to sleep in the day, for night people than more difficult.

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DST: Help your biological clock Interview with a sleep expert

DST: Help your biological clock

Interview with a sleep expert

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DST: Help your biological clock

Interview with a sleep expert

What is the impact of daylight saving time? How come that morning and evening people? It all has to do with your biological clock.

Adapt to a different sleep rhythm is always difficult. For example, when changing from winter to summer time. This always takes place in the night from Saturday to Sunday. On Sunday it still is, but on Monday morning if you must return to your work, you are suddenly less easily. Your biological clock is still not good.

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5 questions about the biological clock ..What is the biological clock exactly?. Night shifts, jet lag, opposing the clock

5 questions about the biological clock …

Night shifts, jet lag, opposing the clock

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5 questions about the biological clock …

Night shifts, jet lag, opposing the clock

Night shifts, jet lag, opposing the clock … Does it affect our biological clock? We asked Dr. H. Ribbert, pulmonologist, of the Institute for Sleep Medicine in Woerden.

1. What is the biological clock exactly? Is it really wisdom in our body?

“The biological clock is fixed intervals recurring physical event. Of these, human numerous examples. Heart rate is an example of a short cycle, menstruation is an example of a longer one. When a rhythm is daily called this circadian. the best example of this is the sleep-wake rhythm which occurs in virtually all animals. This is controlled by the hypothalamus . This rhythm is almost always at a rate of approximately 24 hours and is hereby influenced by a variety of external stimuli. ”

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