Why Are Your Circadian Rhythms So Important?

“Not getting enough sleep leaves us tired during the day. But the body's clock also affects mood, stress, mental alertness, hunger, immunity and heart function.” 


What are biologic rhythms? In essence, they're the rhythms of life. All forms of life on earth, including our bodies, respond rhythmically to the regular cycles of the sun, moon, and seasons. These biological rhythms are formally called circadian rhythms. 


Disruptions in our circadian rhythm or ‘internal body clock’ have been found to be a key factor in our health. A person's circadian rhythm is an internal biological clock that regulates a variety of body processes according to an approximate 24-hour period. In 2017 three American scientists were awarded a Nobel Peace Prize for their research on circadian rhythms and health. 


So many of our normal body functions follow daily patterns of speeding up and slowing down, intensifying and diminishing, in alignment with our circadian rhythm. Interestingly, so do the symptoms of a number of chronic disorders, such as allergy symptoms, asthma, heart, stroke, and cardiovascular conditions, forms of arthritis, ulcers, and epilepsy, just to name a few. These conditions have been shown to have peaks of symptoms based on the time of day. 


A new field that is dedicated to the study of time-related medical observations are rooted in chronobiology (chronos – time; bios – life; logos – science), the study of biologic rhythms. Among the various biologic rhythm cycles that medical chronobiologists study, the 24-hour day/night-activity/rest cycle is considered a key chronobiologic factor in medical diagnosis and treatment. 


For example, as night turns into day, vital body functions, including heart rate and blood pressure, speed up in anticipation of increased physical activity. These and other predictable fluctuations in body function, taking place during specific time cycles, are our biologic rhythms. They are regulated by "biologic clock" mechanisms located in the brain. 


Medical chronobiologists have found that biologic rhythms can affect the severity of disease symptoms, diagnostic test results, and even the body's response to drug therapy. Now these investigators are working to discover how the rhythms of life can be used to improve the practice of medicine -- and your health. The malfunctioning of the circadian system or biological clock causes circadian rhythm disorder. All circadian rhythm disorders have in common the disruption of the normal sleep-wake cycle. 


The good news is there is now an easy way to automatically support your circadian rhythms with the latest wearable technology, RedHealth Wear, Resonant Energy Devices for Health! 


The RedHealth c.Balance device, with models for people and animals, offers comprehensive, 24/7 circadian rhythm support at the touch of a button. This ultra-sophisticated device, using PEMF and adaptive resonant energy technologies, runs intermittently and automatically 24/7 delivering the specific energies, optimally timed to sync with the natural circadian rhythms of the body. 


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Yours in health and happiness~ 


Debbie 


Debbie Hart

Director RedHealth US 


Sources: 


https://www.medicinenet.com/biorhythms/article.htmhttps://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2012/03/your-bodys-internal-clock-and-how-it-affects-your-overall-health/254518/https://www.nigms.nih.gov/education/pages/Factsheet_CircadianRhythms.aspx 


Additional support for circadian rhythms: 

1) Magnesium - transdermal 

2) Getting plenty of sunlight to stimulate the hypothalamus and hormone production, in turn melatonin production 

3) Turn screens off at night or protect yourself with free f.lux software and or orange blue light blocking glasses

 

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