prehistoric man used to eat as it was getting darker and go
to bed early. He was required to get up much earlier than
day break to prepare for hunting of animals who will be at
the river to drink water before sunrise. For thousands of
years this habit got encoded into the genetic signatures of
with the invent of electricity we stay awake late at nights
and keep on sleeping late mornings. But.......it is just not
possible to go against our genetic formations and nature.
have discovered that the adrenals do a majority of their recharging
or recovering during the hours of 10 P.M and 1 A.M. In addition
your gallbladder dumps toxins during this same period. If
you are awake, the toxins go back into the liver which then
secondarily back up into your entire system and then from
one sickness to the other, cause a never ending cycle of health
to the widespread use of electricity, people would go to bed
shortly after sundown and rise early, as most animals do,
and which nature intended for humans as well.
Change Your Bedtime. You should go to bed, and wake up, at
the same times each day, even on the weekends. This will help
your body to get into a sleep rhythm, making it easier to
detoxin the system and produce beneficial hormones such as
melatonin, seratonin etc. Changing your timings disrupts these
normal activities while such long term system stress may damage
vital organs or develop cancer.
above explains why today we have such large number of kidney
& liver failures as well as stones in gallbladders, kidneys,
sleep disorders, insomnia etc. It is the malfunction and abuse
of our body created by our own bad habits.
us try to cultivate the age old good habits of 'Early to bed,
early to rise' amongst our children as well as adults. Children
learn by example, if you start sleeping early, they are bound
to follow you sooner or later.
also to sleep in complete darkness or as close to darkness
as possible, because when light hits the eyes, it disrupts
the circadian rhythm of the pineal gland and production of
melatonin and seratonin. These beneficial hormones, which
are secreted by the pineal gland in the brain, play an important
role in the body's sleep cycle. They also influence the secretion
of estrogen which in turn affects the risk of breast cancer
both in women and men.