Do you ever feel like your body’s clock is not running as it should be? If so, you may be experiencing issues like a decrease in energy, sleeplessness, low libido, wrinkles, and other signs of aging. Various daily patterns in our body are determined by this dreadful “biological clock.”
But your clock doesn’t have to feel like it is slowing down, or not running as smoothly as before. Thanks to modern science, there are many things that can be done to help.
Improving the biological clock
Did you know the body’s biological clock is a built-in mechanism that regulates our physiological activities? It is actually programmed to run on a cycle and changes over time.
Essentially, your biological clock is a real thing that is attempting to bring normalcy and structure to your life.
Our clock can be sensitive though. It is affected by internal processes and chemicals. These are systems and levels are heavily impacted by environmental factors like stress, food consumption, and sleep patterns. When these items are not carefully managed, it is easy for the biological clock to tick out-of-control. Things that throw your body off its routine like jet lag, shift work, or even daylight savings time can mess with your biological clock and take a toll on physical and mental health.
When your biological clock begins to slow down, you might experience issues such as:
- greater risk for heart conditions
- increased risk for diabetes
- cognitive decline
- chronic health problems
How to fix your biological clock
Thankfully there are solutions available for adults who want to fix their biological clocks. To keep your body clock ticking in normal rhythm, your hormone levels need to be regulated. Hormones need to be in balance for you to look and feel your best. Your sleep schedule and diet may change due to the demands of a busy life, but your hormone levels don’t have to.
The first step in this process involves understanding how your current situation is affecting your biological clock. We offer 5 unique health assessments that identify specific areas for improvement. Click here to take a look at these assessments and choose the one that’s right for you.
At 25 Again, we monitor and track your health to ensure that your clock keeps ticking. If you don’t feel like your body is actually improving as it ages, now is the perfect time to reach out and learn more. Click here to take the free health survey that is helping thousands of adults. It’s time to see how hormone regulation can reset your clock.