Your circadian rhythm helps control your daily schedule for sleep and wakefulness to maintain physiological homeostasis and optimal functioning. This rhythm is tied to your 24-hour body clock, and most living things have one, and it responds to light and dark rhythms and adjusts to be in sync with seasons and local environments. Our well-being suffers when there is a discrepancy between our lifestyle habits and the inner clock. Today, we know that the circadian rhythm does not simply regulate sleep-wake cycles, but also influences the molecular biology of individual cells and organ systems. There is a right time to feed ourselves and take advantage of certain behaviors.
Disruption of the circadian rhythm has been linked to a range of health problems, including obesity, mood disorders, and cancer.
In this seminar series you will learn how to reset your internal clock, understand how to optimize your health by being in sync with your circadian rhythms, find out a right time to feed yourself and take advantage of certain behaviors, and receive hands-on lifestyle strategies to get your metabolism back on track.