Circadian rhythms

Health Culture: Resynchronization

Circadian Rhythms

Circadian rhythms

«Moving on from Ptolemy to Copernicus is a huge leap that has taken thousands of years of time.»

W. Pierpaoli

Circadian rhythms regulate most functions connected with our biological life, that are affected by the cycles of the sun and moon.

Think, for example, about the drowsiness that comes over us in the hours of darkness or a woman’s menstrual cycle, approximately every 28 days, which is no coincidence the same period of time as the moon’s phases. Not realizing this close connection is a frequent occurrence, a symptom of a progressive distance between people and their environment, that leads to erroneously considering humans as beings who are totally removed from the system that they evolved in. It is clear that biological life on our planet is inextricably shaped and connected with the cycles of the sun and moon. It should therefore be no surprise that in the same way, human growth, maturity, fertility, aging and death itself are processes governed by extremely dominating rules, as they are genetically programmed .

This is why we prefer to refer to each of the phases in which human life manifests itself and develops, not so much in terms of process, but of program.

Circadian Rhythms:
How they work

Circadian rhythms, how they work

«We are now trained to believe that aging and diseases are inevitable. The fear of death is the biggest obstacle to a free vision of life.»

W. Pierpaoli

The experiments carried out by Professor Pierpaoli during his years of research have offered a simple, unmistakable affirmation, proven empirically several times. There is an internal clock that marks the moments of life and death, by regulating secretion processes and hormonal synthesis: the pineal gland.

Attention paid to this important organ, and its essential regulating activity has proven to be helpful in the subsequent developments of an investigation that began with a simple question, why do we age?

While it was possible to prove that the times of life and death are governed by the pineal gland’s action, the subsequent step was to observe how this activity was directly influenced by exposure to light and darkness, and the changing seasons.

Resynchronizing and realigning the hormonescircadian rhythms with the ones that regulate the environment we live in is an observation that has allowed us to go beyond the theoretical handling of this relationship, moving it onto a realistic, applicable level.

It therefore follows that acting on the hormonal circadian rhythms helps to totally and systemically improve our state of health.