Unless we mess it up with long-haul travel which gives us jet lag or adopt an “always on” life style fuelled by drugs of various degrees of legality.
Canadian researchers announced last week that women’s body clocks were approximately two hours ahead of men’s, something I recently posted about.
Now Peta Bee, writing the Body + Soul section of the Times (one of my favourite weekend reads I have to say), suggests that we should pay more attention to what our body clock is telling us and optimise certain actives to enhance our health and well-being.
So here’s what she’s suggesting (you don’t have to agree with it all, I don’t but I’m just sharing the main points. Check it out…
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