July 10, 2015 by  
Filed under Health Blog

Our bodies are ruled by our circadian rhythms and it is fascinating to see just how many ways it can affect us.

This video explains how the body reacts to light over a 24 hour period and the various effects it has on our biological functions.

The video also reveals the best time of the day to exercise, take a nap, shave, perform mental activity, remember facts, drink alcohol, the most fertile time of the day (for those trying to conceive…. or trying not to!) and many other biological functions that are responsive to certain times of the day or night.

It’s no wonder that shift workers are far more likely to have health problems.


Yours in Great Health,
Sar Rooney BHSc., ND., DC., DASc., GDSc. (Hons), MATMS, MHATO
Naturopathic Medicine practitioner, Lecturer, Researcher

Sar has advanced qualifications in the health sciences and naturopathic medicine and is an accomplished lecturer, practitioner & counsellor with 21 years of clinical experience.

Specializing in Anxiety & Depression | Women’s Health | Chronic Fatigue | Hormonal Imbalances | Thyroid Disorders | Digestive Health | Autoimmune Disease | Genetic Polymorphisms & Nutrigenomics | Nutritional Medicine | Counselling | Optimal Wellness & Disease Prevention with a Clinical Focus on Identifying & Resolving the Underlying Causes of Symptoms and Disease. 

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