Chinese Body Clock

According to traditional Chinese medicine, the human body has its own clock energy. China's biological clock explains the flow of energy throughout the body at different intervals, and reveals why you are experiencing changes in energy and mood throughout the day, and why you feel more distracted ...
According to traditional Chinese chronology, the day consists of 12 periods of 2 hours. China's biological clock identifies the characteristics associated with each period of the day. Being in harmony with this biological clock saves your vitality.
It is interesting to know that each organ of the human body reaches its peak energy at certain times of the day. When you know how your clock energy is running, your body and mind will be functioning optimally. According to traditional Chinese medicine, the body moves the concentration of energy from one body to another every 2 hours.
The graph shows the Chinese biological clock, showing the best times to eat, work, sleep and socialize.
The time of optimum operation for each organ
Liver (from 1 to 3 am)
During this interval, the liver processes and better removes toxins, and the body is detoxified and purifying blood.
The lungs (3am to 5am)
The lungs receiving the blood from the liver and return to the whole body. During this time, sleep is very deep, metabolism and body temperature drop, the body requires a good dose of oxygen.
The large intestine (from 5 am to 7 am)
When you wake up, the body prepares to evacuate the waste through the colon.
The stomach (from 7am to 9am)
Between 7am and 9am, the stomach is ready to digest breakfast, the first most important meal of the day after an overnight fast.
The pancreas (9am to 11am)
After breakfast, pancreas and spleen undertake the transformation of this food into energy.
The heart (from 11 pm to 13 pm)
The heart pumps the nutrients from breakfast to other parts of the body and circulates the blood throughout the body.
The small intestine (from 13 pm to 15 pm)
During this period of the day, the body digests lunch and most of the energy is used for the operation of the small intestine.
The bladder (from 15 pm to 17 pm)
It is very important to stay hydrated during this interval. Do not hold back urination, bladder removes the liquid and thus detoxifies the body.
The kidneys (from 17 pm to 19 pm)
This is the crucial period for kidneys, which filter the body of any waste and discharge toxins.
The pericardium (from 19 pm to 21 pm)
By late afternoon, the blood pressure is generally higher. This is the best time for intercourse because libido peaked.
The endocrine system (from 21 pm to 23 pm)
The body replaces the enzymes used during the day. This is the best time to go to bed.
The gallbladder (from 23 pm to 1 am)
It is essential to be in bed at that time, because that's where the focus of energy, body regeneration and renewal of the bile are.
The period of minimum function 
From 1 am to 3 am : the small intestine
From 3 am to 5 am: bladder
From 5 am to 7 am: kidneys
From 7am to 9am: the pericardium
From 9 to 11 am: the endocrine system
From 11 pm to 13 pm: gallbladder
From 13 pm to 15 pm: liver
From 15 pm to 17 pm: lungs
From 17 pm to 19 pm: the large intestine
From 19 pm to 21 pm: stomach
From 21 pm to 23 pm: the pancreas
From 23 pm to 1 am: the heart
Respect for the Chinese biological clock has been proven for many people, although it is not yet scientifically proven. It helps to improve the functions of the body throughout the day.
Some health professionals say that China's biological clock is important for the cell regeneration process and to prevent the development of cancer and other serious diseases.

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