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Early Bird or Night Owl

When you hear the terms early bird and night owl, you immediately know which one you are. You probably know when you prefer to do daily activities – exercising, working, relaxing and sleeping. But did you know there are actually scientifically proven times when your brain is more wired to complete these daily tasks? Our body’s circadian rhythm (often referred to as our “body clock”) is a 24-hour cycle that tells our bodies when to sleep and regulates other physiological processes. The variation in our circadian rhythms is what makes some people morning types and others night types. Take this quiz to find out which type you are if you don’t already know. Now, how can we use our Early Bird and Night Owl titles to our advantage throughout the day? Take a look at the infographic below.

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 Are you an early bird or a night owl? What time of day do you find yourself doing your most demanding, analytical work? Share your thoughts in the comments!

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Danielle Bukvic

Written by Danielle Bukvic

Danielle is an Account Manager at SyncShow where she works with clients to achieve their Inbound Marketing goals. She enjoys running, reading and spending time with her dog, Ruby, who can usually be found at the SyncShow office on Ruby Tuesdays.

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