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-- Board-certified sleep specialist and co-author of Energize! Michael J. Breus, Ph.D
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Your sleep chronotype describes your body's circadian rhythm or biological clock which influences your energy levels throughout the day.
- morning (applies to all chronotypes, as it gets your day started on an energizing note) and around 10 p.m. - Dr. Breus
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My previous article was about the Wolf Chronotype. This one includes information on all chronotypes.
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