Biological Clock Day
Although the words “biological clock” may conjure images of babies dancing, there is more to it than just that urge to have babies at the last minute.
As Biological Clock Day celebrates, both men as well as women have a biological time. This clock affects their mood and behaviour on a daily basis. It follows a pattern of sleep and wake that corresponds to the day’s light and darkness. It is also known as the circadian rhythm. This monitors light, temperature, and other environmental factors. These factors can influence alertness, energy, hunger, and motivation.
Technology can disrupt the balance of the biological clock. So celebrate Biological Clock Day and set aside some time to re-regulate it. Create a routine for bedtime, minimize naps, and eat regularly.