It is crucial to stay “in sync” in terms of the habits you have. Otherwise, you could be putting your health to risk. On the other hand, life happens, and sometimes things occur where it is impossible to stick to your body clock 100% of the time. This includes things like shift work in a job you might have, traveling and so on.
Although scientists have confirmed we DO have a body clock and it affects us daily, it is not known completely how it works which makes it challenging to give in-depth advice on how to manage any disrupted body clock rhythm effectively. While disrupting the body clock from time to time might not be a big deal, if it is done regularly, your health is not going to flourish the way it should.
It has been discovered that insulin is the primary signal which tells our body when to eat, and this helps to strengthen our body clock. Insulin helps adjust every cell in the body at different times which can make this process quite challenging to manage.