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Your body’s 24 hour clock is trying to tell you something.

body-clockWhen you get sleepy at a certain time of day or find yourself waking at certain times throughout the night, your body wants you to know it is not balanced.  Now I know many of you will say that you get up in the middle of the night because you have to use the restroom, right?   I suggest that you actually wake up because of an energy drain or an inflammatory response in a certain body part.  Once you are awake, your body parts kick in and say, “Umm, since you are already up, let’s hit the restroom.”  It’s not a coincidence that this power drain is happening.  There are many factors that can lead to these organ imbalances and the best way I know to remedy them is with BodyTalk.

The body clock is literally your body’s organs and their cycle for processing the day’s events and tasks.  Learn more in my series starting with “Is Your Hose Kinked?”  It aligns with what we call meridians and each organ has its own meridian pathway.  Consider your body as a series of plumbing pipes.  The energy should be running smoothly from pipe to pipe and similar to a relay race the baton being handed off to the next organ.   However, every now and then a clog in the pipe can happen. This prevents the free flow of all vital energy and fluids throughout the body.

Each organ has its own special time of day to handle the daily tasks that need to be “filed”.  When the organ is not balanced, these daily tasks can build up, similar to the pile of work on your desk if you skip a day.  This same clock is why jet lag happens to us.  We travel to a different time zone and we lose a few hours.  This is like making your body skip those couple of hours of “cleaning” or organizing the daily tasks.

Follow the instructions to view the body’s 24-hour clock and pinpoint the time of day you feel an energy drain or you can’t sleep.  The best way to address these imbalances is through BodyTalk which can be done in person or remotely.  Schedule your appointment today.


The Clock Continues Series:

Is Your Hose Kinked? Introduction to series: Lung Time 3 AM to 5 AM

The Clock Continues: Large Intestine Time 5 AM – 7 AM

The Clock Continues: Stomach Time: 7 AM – 9 AM

The Clock Continues: Spleen/Pancreas Time: 9 AM – 11 AM

The Clock Continues: Heart Time 11 AM – 1 PM

The Clock Continues: Small Intestine Time 1 PM – 3 PM

The Clock Continues: Bladder Time 3 PM – 5 PM

The Clock Continues: Kidney Time 5 PM – 7 PM

The Clock Continues: Pericardium 7 PM – 9 PM

The Clock Continues: Triple Heater 9 PM – 11 PM

The Clock Continues: Gallbladder 11 PM – 1 AM

The Clock Ends…Finally: Liver 1 AM – 3 AM