Your Internal Body Clock
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Your Internal Body Clock


Many of us never think of what our bodies are up to. What happens on a daily basis, we take for granted. We eat, sleep and use the bathroom. We have different lifestyles. But yet one thing remains the same, no matter who you are. Our bodies, weather we like it or not, have an internal body clock. Have you ever felt "tipsy" on a full moon? Or perhaps you've commented on someone's behavior during a full moon. This is because our body's reacting to the planet's magnetic forces. There is nothing supernatural about it. It just happens. Scientists will tell you, "Every planet has some magnetic pull". If you think that the moon has some effects on the tides, then you'd be right. Then why can't the same thing happen to the fluids in our bodies?

There will be a more detailed explanation of our internal clock within the next few weeks.
Below are the actual times of days that our internal organs are hard at work. Remember, our bodies are always working and it pays to take care of it.

There will be a more detailed explanation of our internal clock within the next few weeks.

Lungs: 3am-5am
Colon: 5am-7am
Stomach: 7am-9am
Spleen: 9am-11am
Heart: 11am-1pm
Small Intestine: 1pm-3pm
Bladder: 3pm-5pm
Kidneys: 5pm-7pm
Pancreas: 7pm-9pm
Blood Vessels/Arteries: 9pm-11pm
Gallbladder: 11pm-1am
Liver: 1am-3am

This pie chart will give you an accurate description of your Internal Body Clock.

Body Clock

 







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