Your internal clock system.


Your body has an internal clock that dictates when you eat, sleep all based on time of day.

But did you know that this clock can also know when you might have a heart attack.

This is called biological clock or circadian rythm. 

This is the “master pacemaker” that synchronizes how your body responds to the passing of one day to the next. 

This “clock” is made up of approx. 20,000 neurons in the hypothalamus. 

All mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish have biological clocks, as do plants, fungi and bacteria.  

They govern your body’s physical, mental & behavioral changes over each 24-hour cycle to determine heart attack.

That's the reason why more heart attacks and strokes occur early in the morning when our bodily changes are the least.

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