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Your sleep chronotype describes your body's circadian rhythm or biological clock which influences your energy levels throughout the day.
Understanding your chronotype and its needs can help you structure your day in a way that works for your body: what time you wake up, go to bed, work out, eat, and take meetings
Take this quiz if you don't know your chronotupe yet.
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