Friday, February 26, 2016 – How is Your Circadian Rhythm? Or It Sucks to Work Before 10 AM.
How is Your Circadian Rhythm? Or It Sucks to Work before 10 AM. Circadian rhythm is not a salsa dance. FYI – I am writing this at 11: 18 AM.
Thank to my friend for sharing Dr. Paul Kelley’s article. It is an excellent, worth the read, article and a should be shared article. We all know our circadian rhythm is boxed into a time frame, and it impacts working, learning, moods, behavior and STRESSSSSSSSSSSSSS levels!!!
I encourage you to read Dr. Kelly’s article. But since this is Here’s What I’m Thinking and not Here’s What I’m Sharing, I want you to read my article.
Here’s What I’m Thinking – The government must do their own research study and of course we will need a committee, it will require lots of tax dollar funding and will take a long time, but every government employee at the state and federal level does not begin work until after 10 AM anyway. Of course, one must be in their cube or in their government-beige office in front of their computer screen at some unholy hour in the morning.
Of course by that time, it is 10:15 and time for my government required 15 minute break. OK – It is now 10:35 AM and time to go to work. Note to taxpayer – it will take somewhere between six to eight months to name the study before work actually begins and will waste time and money. Travelling at government standard time, let’s fast forward to the conclusions.
Conclusions to government research study –
- Dr. Kelly is correct. It sucks to start work before 10 AM!
- If you know the humorous parable about “10:00 AM and government employees,” PLEASE DO NOT TELL IT ON MY BLOG OR TIMELINE – DALE!!! While hilariously funny and so true in the worlds of government, it not suitable for young children. If one wants to hear words such as those he or she can watch the presidential candidates.
Happy Friday. Oh my! It is 12:06. I am late for lunch.
Dr. Paul Kelley, a researcher at Oxford University, has scientifically corroborated the claim that nearly every worker to ever live has made: that it sucks to work before 10 AM. In an interview, Kelley said:
“Before the age of 55, the circadian rhythms of adults are completely out of sync with normal nine-to-five working hours, posing a “serious threat” to performance, mood and mental health.”