It’s the clock that keeps on ticking: your circadian rhythm. This innate 24-hour cycle runs in every cell and every organ of your body1, gently dictating when to fall asleep, when to wake, and when to eat—and regulates many critical functions like hormone levels, activity, body temperature, sleep and metabolism.2
And evidence-based science says that following its powerful and natural rhythm might have positive implications for your health.3
Think about it: So many things go well when the timing is just right. You make your flight connection; run into an old acquaintance you’d have missed if you had taken a different route; find a $20 bill in the pocket of your jeans on the same day you have no time to get to the bank.