According to traditional Chinese medicine, our body is divided into certain energy meridians related to different organs. These meridians are similar to blood vessels that affect your body and health channels.
Chinese biological clock can show us the energy intervals circulating in the body and energy levels stronger in a certain area every 2 hours. If there is a problem in one area, the symptoms will surely be noticeable. There are 12 meridians connected to each important body – the lungs, large intestine, stomach, spleen, heart, small intestine, bladder, heart, kidneys, duodenum, gallbladder and liver meridians. The Yin-Yang says they are divided in 6 yin and yang meridians in June. The yin meridians are the liver, lungs, spleen, heart, kidney and heart, while Yang meridians are the colon, stomach, bladder, small intestine, duodenum and gallbladder.
The energy meridians run for 24 hours divided into intervals of 2 12 hours, with each meridian that peaked when another is in its lowest energy level. For this reason, Chinese doctors always ask their patients what time the symptoms occurred – this helps to easily identify the problem. After the biological clock is an important process. Consider the time of day you are feeling energetic, and when you wake up at night -. All that will tell you where there is a problem in your body
Time maximum function
1 – 3 PM – (liver detoxification, muscles and eyes)
03 a.m.-05 a.m. – lungs (skin)
05 a.m.-07 a.m. – Eat (assimilation, elimination, skin)
7 pm – 9 am- stomach (lymph, digestion of food)
9 pm – 11 am – spleen, pancreas (lymph, digestion of food)
a.m.-1 p.m. 11 – heart (arterial blood circulation)
13: 00-15: 00 – small intestine (digestion, assimilation, arteries)
15: 00-17: 00 – bladder (bones, teeth, removal, cleaning)
17: 00-19: 00 – kidneys (bones, teeth, ears, filtration, removal)
19: 00-21: 00 – Cardiac layer (constriction of blood vessels)
21: 00-23: 00 – duodenum (thermoregulation)
11 p.m.-01 a.m. – gallbladder (digestion, muscles, eyes)
Time minimal functions (rest)
01 a.m.-03 a.m. – small intestine (digestion, assimilation of the arteries)
3. AM -5 PM – bladder (bones, teeth, removing cleaning)
05 a.m.-07 a.m. – kidney disease (bones, teeth, ears, filtration, removal)
07 a.m.-09 a.m. – the layer of the heart (constriction of blood vessels)
9 pm – 11 am – duodenum (thermoregulation)
11 a.m.-1 p.m. – gallbladder (digestion, muscles, eyes)
13:00 – 15:00 – liver (detoxification, muscles and eyes)
15: 00-17: 00 – lungs (skin)
17: 00-19: 00 – Eat (assimilation, elimination, skin)
19: 00-21: 00 – stomach (lymph, food and digestion)
21: 00-23: 00 – spleen, pancreas (lymph, food digestion)
11 p.m.-01 a.m. – heart (circulation of arterial blood)
As mentioned above, a meridian has its peak when another has its lowest point. Higher energy levels of the liver, for example, are between 1 and 3 am, when the small intestine has the lowest energy levels. Eating late and then go to sleep makes the food not be fully absorbed in the small intestine, so you need to avoid certain activities during that part of the day.
If an organ shows any weakness during peak activity should strengthen it. There are plenty of remedies and methods such as acupuncture and homeopathy who can help in cases of natural energy problems.