Adjusting biological clock
Recently I have something to do at night that’s why I must reset my lifetime. I know that adjusting the biological clock is so difficult for everyone in general and me in particular. If we immediately turn our clock away, our body can’t stand the change and always feels tired or exhausted. Obviously, nothing is impossible. In this post, I would recommend some scientific ways to help your body adapt to a new schedule and improve your health efficiently.
Skipping a night sleep actually is quite hard for those who usually sleep at night. Even you try to sleep on the following day or whatever time you wake up, your body will suffer and fight with this time.
Normally, your main sleeping period is shifted from 12AM to 8AM (almost 8 hours per day). However, if you turn your clock in a different part of timing, you will have to have more than 8 hours sleeping every day. It is true because I used to be in this case many times and I realized that my body could not bear with night working shift. Nevertheless, when I searched on the internet, I found out the best way for keeping our health while working in unfamiliar time. Adjusting timing is not easy but it is possible. Here sharing of my experiences when resetting my biological clock:
- Having more yawn when you feel sleepy: It not only enhances oxygen supplying to the body, helping blood vessels of the skin act more efficiently but also improves your mood, reacts the body and enhances mental health, maintaining balance brain.
- Eating a standard meal: have dinner before 8PM and have a light midnight meal from 12AM -5AM. Should eat more fiber and protein, fresh fruits to supply vitamin, avoid eating sugar and fat
- Drinking more water: it is an essential element in our body.
- Relaxing as much as you can during your rest day and having enough sleep time from 7-8 hours per day.
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