Health: The need for a suitable lifestyle for a good biological rhythm
Drinking caffeinated beverages, such as tea and coffee, late at night can upset the rhythm of your body clock.
New Delhi : Stressful life, long working hours and technology-dependent lifestyle, looking at the screens of ‘mobile’, ‘laptop’, ‘tab’, we waste much of our sleep time. As a result, sleep deprivation invites disease.
If this lifestyle continues for a long time, the stress on the body increases even more and many unhealthy problems like hormonal imbalance, mood swings, fatigue and heart disease are likely to occur. According to dietitians, everyone has a biological clock. That it is capable of adapting its biological rhythm to its environment. This is called the Sarkandian rhythm in medical terms. Most people sleep late, work on a computer or smartphone, rarely go for walks or exercise, eat processed foods, eat late at night, and drink alcohol. Drinking caffeinated beverages, such as tea and coffee, late at night can upset the rhythm of your body clock. It is very important to regulate the biological rhythms that have changed due to these bad habits.
It takes time to change this broken biological rhythm to maintain good health. It requires perseverance and perseverance. It is easy to undo the biological rhythm by doing so. Your biological rhythm constantly tells your body when to get up, when to get out of bed, when to sleep, when to eat. To maintain good health, it is important to keep your biological clock in tune. Experts say that getting regular sunbaths, getting enough sleep, eating nutritious foods at regular intervals, meditation, breathing exercises like pranayama, mindful walking in nature, and regular exercise can help you get back into rhythm.
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