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Low on Energy? Resetting Your Circadian Rhythm: Reclaiming Vitality and Restful Sleep

Feeling perpetually tired and struggling to find quality sleep? These are common signs of a disrupted circadian rhythm—the internal clock responsible for regulating sleep-wake cycles and essential bodily functions. But worry not! Resetting your circadian rhythm and improving your energy levels is well within your reach. In this informative blog post, we'll explore effective methods to help realign your internal clock for more energized days and restful nights.

Stick to a Regular Sleep Schedule:

Consistency is key when it comes to resetting your circadian rhythm. Establishing a steady sleep-wake routine means going to bed and waking up at the same time each day, even on weekends. This practice trains your body to release sleep hormones at the appropriate times, reducing the risk of disruptions that can throw your internal clock off balance.

Embrace Natural Light:

The power of natural light cannot be overstated in resetting your circadian rhythm. Spending time outdoors during the day helps synchronize your body's internal clock with the external environment. Whenever possible, aim to soak up sunlight. If that's not feasible, consider using a light therapy box that emits bright, natural-like light to mimic the benefits of sunlight exposure.

Limit Artificial Light Exposure:

Artificial light, particularly the blue light emitted by electronic devices, can disrupt your circadian rhythm and interfere with sleep. Minimize the impact of artificial light on your internal clock by avoiding electronic devices for at least an hour before bedtime. Alternatively, you can use blue light-blocking glasses or install software that filters out the sleep-disrupting blue light.

Practice Good Sleep Hygiene:

Optimizing your sleep hygiene plays a vital role in resetting your circadian rhythm. Create a sleep-conducive environment that is quiet, cool, and dark. Avoid consuming caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol, as they can disrupt sleep quality and throw off your internal clock. Establish a relaxing bedtime routine, such as taking a warm bath or enjoying a calming book, to signal to your body that it's time to wind down. You could also try DELTA, our supplement for natural sleep. 

Explore Natural Remedies:

In addition to the aforementioned strategies, several natural remedies can assist in resetting your circadian rhythm:

- Exercise: Regular physical activity has been shown to improve sleep quality and help regulate the internal clock.

- Meditation: Mindfulness meditation reduces stress and promotes better sleep quality, aiding in resetting the circadian rhythm.

- Aromatherapy: Essential oils like lavender and chamomile have soothing effects, supporting a peaceful sleep experience.

Remember, if you continue to experience sleep difficulties or chronic fatigue, it is essential to consult your doctor to rule out any underlying medical conditions.


Your circadian rhythm governs crucial physiological processes, including sleep and hormone production. When it becomes disrupted, it can lead to sleep problems and fatigue. Fortunately, by adhering to a regular sleep schedule, embracing natural light exposure, limiting artificial light, practicing good sleep hygiene, and exploring natural remedies, you can reset your circadian rhythm and reclaim vitality. Get ready to enjoy more energized days and restful nights!


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