10.00 p.m. There is a doubling in the number of white blood cells - our immune system verifies the entrusted her territory. Body temperature drops. Biological clock signals: it time to sleep.
11.00 p.m. The body is more relaxed, but in every cell there take places recuperation processes.
Midnight. Consciousness leads us stronger to a sea dreams, while brain continues to work, analyzing the information received during the day.
1.00 a.m. Sleep is very sensitive and an unhealed time tooth or a long ago injured knee may remind us of these troublesome issues.
2.00 a.m. The whole body rests, only the liver is working with might cleaning the toxins and wastes inside our body.
3.00 a.m. Full physiological downturn: blood pressure at the lower limit, pulse and respiration are rare.
4.00 a.m. The brain is supplied with a minimum amount of blood and is not ready to wake up, but we can experience extremely acute hearing and our brain can wake up at the slightest noise.
5.00 a.m. The kidney rests, the muscles are on alert, metabolism is slowed down, but in principle the body is ready to wake up.
6.00 a.m. The adrenal glands begin to throw into the blood hormones epinephrine and norepinephrine, which increase blood pressure and make your heart beat faster. The body is already preparing for the awakening, but consciousness is still dormant.
7.00 a.m. the high point of the immune system. It's time to warm up and get a douche. By the way, at this hour the drugs, supplements and medications are much better absorbed than in other periods of the day.