Your routines might be screwing with your body. Here’s how to fix it. – Popular Science


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Your routines might be screwing with your body. Here's how to fix it.
Popular Science
Scientists think we reach maximum alertness between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., with a peak around noon. For the first few hours after we wake, organs with more basic functions take priority. Once they're booted up, our brains have a chance to hog some more ...