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You’ve heard of the Circadian Rhythm, here's what you need to know and how you can use it to your advantage. 

How to set your Circadian Rhythm:

  1. Sleep when its dark. 
  2. Do stuff when it’s light. 
  3. Get Punch’d at the right times. 
  4. Do stuff better, with rhythm. (It’s Science)

We’re preprogrammed to an ideal setting. Every function, every organ. Our bodies are amazing. There’s a couple of windows in your day when you can enhance your functionality even further. This is how you use Punch'd Energy. Mid-Morning and Mid-Afternoon. 

 

Let’s talk about the difference between a beat and rhythm. The beat of a drum, the internal beating of your drum, sets the tempo or pace of your life at any moment. Running, for example, would speed up the beat. Your rhythm fills in the rest of the music you’re making, the pitch, the lyrics, the highs and lows, the yells and the screams.

Listen to your body, it’s smarter than you. Stay in tune with it, listen to the internal beating of your drum. Let the music take control, Let the rhythm move you. Sing it.

Need a tune-up? Just go to sleep. At a regular hour, to let your hormones balance themselves, and then follow the diagram to perform better all day long.

 

“To sleep, perchance to dream…” - Shakespeare

“Sleep is the best meditation.” - Dalai Lama

“Sleeping is really weird: Every day, we go into a coma for several hours. During this time, we are paralyzed and vividly hallucinate. Then, we generally suffer amnesia about the whole thing.” - Just Shower Thoughts

 

Sleeping is your everyday reboot. Use it to maximize your performance every day. 

 


 

 

 

Ref: 

http://luxreview.com/article/2016/05/two-minute-explainer-circadian-rhythms

https://www.theverge.com/2018/6/12/17453398/sleep-circadian-code-satchin-panda-clock-health-science

https://www.popsci.com/2017-nobel-prize-physiology-medicine

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mgmayMSESI (because ASAPScience is cool!)

 

 

 

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