Updated: 26 June 2014 12:00
How to optimise your body clock

How to work with your body’s natural timing



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Have you ever wondered when the optimum time is to wake up, eat breakfast, exercise, do a crossword puzzle or revise for an exam?

Our bodies are governed by the circadian rhythm, which regulates body temperature, brain wave activity, hormone production, cell regeneration and a host of other biological activities, which means there is a right – and a wrong – time to do everything. Get the most out of your day by working with your body’s natural rhythm…

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