We all know that organs in human body work round the clock. However, not all can keep working all the time. They need rest and relaxation to carry out their functions properly. Studies have shown that certain organs work best during certain timings of the day based on the activities carried out by the human being and environment factors.
Early Morning 3am-5am: For Lungs
This is the best time for Lungs. As the ozone content in atmosphere is high at this time, a new lease of energy can be obtained through breathing exercises, yoga and meditation. Asthma patients have difficulty in sleeping during this time.
Simple breathing exercises like slow inhalation and exhalation of air for 10 mins is good.
5 am to 7am : Large Intestine
This time is found to be best for constipation problems. Completing bowel movements and a cold water bath during this time will cure a person from tiredness.
7 am to 9 am : Stomach
Breakfast time. Heavy breakfast is always recommended, compared to other meals of the day.
9 am to 11 am: Spleen
This is complete fasting time. No food, no drinks for the spleen. Food affects energy of the human, increase in temperature and digestion power lowers. Bad for diabetics as it will cause palpitations, drowsiness etc. Spleen aids in production of red blood cells, lymphocytes and plasma cells. Hence, only spleen needs to be at task during this time.
11 am to 1 pm : Heart
Only water to be taken during this time. No hard work or sleep during this time. Due to exertion, chances of carbon dioxide getting mixed with oxygen are high, and may lead to heart attack, paralysis or body pains.
1 pm to 3 pm : Small Intestine
Good time for Lunch. A 5 minute relaxation can be exercised, but sleep should be avoided. Small intestine helps in most part of food digestion.
3 pm to 5 pm : Urinary Bladder
Right time for coffee, tea, juice etc. Absolutely no alcohol !
5 pm to 7 pm : Kidney
This is the time to relax from routine work, else renal failure or urinary infection may trouble. Kidneys play a vital role in our body. They are responsible for excretion of waste products, acid-base regulation, control of blood volume, regulation of blood pressure, and certain hormone secretions. Kidney health is very important.
7 pm to 9 pm : Heart Wall
Ideal for supper. Later than this, palpitations may arise.
9 pm to 11 pm : Temperature/Warmer
Organs need rest. Please go to sleep. Avoid watching TV, reading, or working with office files.
11 pm to 1 pm : Gall Bladder
Sleep is necessary during this time to produce energy for the next day. Gall bladder secrets bill which helps in emulsifying fats and neutralizing acids in digested food. So, during this time gall bladder is at function on the partly digested food.
1 am to 3 am : Liver.
Time for deep sleep for good eye sight and relaxation. This avoids body irritation. Liver aids in conversion of glucose to glycogen, production of urea, amino acids and filtration of harmful substances such as alcohol from the blood. It also helps in production of required cholesterol. Improper functioning of liver may affect any of these vital functions.