Optimize your circadian rhythms

Optimize your circadian rhythms for healthy living

Discover how adjusting your biological clock can improve your quality of life, reduce oxidative and inflammatory stress, and strengthen your defenses for a healthier and longer life.



The importance of circadian rhythm in longevity and anti-aging

The human organism functions in cycles of approximately 24 hours known as circadian rhythms, which are synchronized with environmental changes in light and darkness. These rhythms regulate crucial activities such as sleep/wakefulness, activity/rest, hormonal and metabolic rhythms, among others. All these daily processes are coordinated by a main pacemaker called the central biological clock, located in the brain. This biological clock directly influences many daily physiological processes. To do this, optimize your circadian rhythms.

Factors influencing circadian rhythms

Although circadian rhythms tend to be synchronized with light and dark cycles, they can also be affected by other factors such as ambient temperature, meal times and exercise.. Maintaining a proper circadian rhythm is essential for the proper functioning of the body. Malfunctions in this system can lead to sleep disturbances, metabolic, endocrine and cognitive disorders.

Chronobiological evaluation

The chronobiological study is performed to evaluate whether the circadian system is functioning correctly and to diagnose possible states of internal desynchronization. One of the first signs of desynchronization is insomnia, but other disorders such as metabolic, endocrine and cognitive disorders may also occur..

Chronotype and sleep/wake rhythm

Genetic chronotype determines our ideal sleep cycle. For example, for people with an intermediate chronotype, the ideal is to go to bed between 22:00 and 00:00 hours and get up between 06:00 and 08:00 hours, thus getting between 7 and 9 hours of sleep. Maintaining a good sleep cycle is essential for overall health.



Melatonin circadian rhythm

Melatonin is a key hormone in the regulation of sleep. Its production has a circadian rhythm with an acrophase (maximum peak) that can vary. A lag in melatonin production may indicate a circadian mismatch, affecting sleep quality and thus overall health.

Quality of life

Quality of life is closely linked to our circadian rhythms. Alterations in these rhythms can manifest themselves in a low state of general health, affecting both the physical and emotional role, and decreasing vitality.

Redox state and inflammatory stress

The body’s redox balance, which involves a balance between the generation of free radicals and the antioxidant capacity to neutralize them, is crucial for health. Free radicals, necessary in small amounts, can be harmful in excess, causing cell damage and oxidative stress. This oxidative stress can trigger an inflammatory response, which, if it becomes chronic, can have adverse health effects.

Evaluation of redox/inflammatory status

Assessment of redox/inflammatory status involves measuring markers of antioxidant activity and oxidative/inflammatory damage. An imbalance in these markers may indicate low activity of antioxidant defenses and increased oxidative and inflammatory damage, affecting cellular and overall health.


Are you looking for an effective way to boost your health and well-being? Our chronobiological, redox/inflammatory and mitochondrial function study is the key to discovering how to optimize your circadian rhythms and improve your quality of life. A mismatch in your chronotype may be affecting your sleep, your antioxidant defenses and your mitochondrial function. In addition, oxidative stress and chronic inflammation may be deteriorating your cellular health without you even realizing it. Optimize your circadian rhythms



Why is this study important?

  • Improve your sleep: Adjusting your circadian rhythms can help you get more restful sleep.
  • Boost your energy: Optimizing mitochondrial function can increase your daily vitality.
  • Strengthen your defenses: Improving the redox balance can strengthen your antioxidant defenses.
  • Reduce stress: Decreasing oxidative and inflammatory stress can improve your overall well-being

We already know that inflammation, oxidative stress and misalignment of biological clocks can accelerate aging and greatly diminish your quality of life.

Who should perform this study?

This study is highly recommended for anyone who wishes to lead a healthier and longer life. Although it is ideal for people with insomnia, nocturnal awakenings, electrohypersensitive people, with multiple chemical sensitivity, it should be done by all of us who want to improve our health. Understanding and adjusting your circadian rhythms will allow you to achieve optimal balance, reducing stress and inflammation, and significantly improving your overall well-being.

How can you get started?

Don’t wait any longer to discover how this analysis can transform your life. Request more information and a free informative appointment by sending a WhatsApp message to 669 979 939 or writing to dracarmenromero@bhital.com.

We are here to help you reach your best version!

Dr. Carmen Romero