Our bodies have an internal clock, called the circadian rhythm, that tells us when it is the best time for us to sleep, wake up, eat, do exercise, learn and a number of other things.
Not everyone’s body clock is the same.
Some people feel their best in the morning, while other people feel their best at night. Some people can go to sleep easily early in the evening, while other people have trouble going to sleep before midnight.
Understanding your body clock will help you to understand what times of the day you are more productive and what times are the best for you to sleep.
Scores can range from 16-86. Scores of 41 and below indicate “evening types”. Scores of 59 and above indicate ‘morning types”. Scores between 42 and 58 indicate ‘intermediate types”.
So what if you are an evening type, yet have to get up early to go to school? The good news is that You can re-train your body clock to fit with the times you need to go to sleep and wake up.
ProLongevity's Sleep Assessment
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