Our body’s clocks make the difference between happiness and depression, health and illness, and even life and death. The brilliant scientist Paul Kelley and renowned journalist Sian Griffiths make a compelling case for all organisations to allow people to work and study the hours that suit their personal circadian rhythms. That way, they argue, we would all be more productive and a great deal of ill health would be avoided.
“A wake-up call that should make policymakers in both the private and public realms rethink policies that are unnecessarily out of step with human biology.”
Terra Ziporyn Snider, co-author of The Harvard Guide to Women’s Health
“Body Clocks should be read by CEOs, policymakers, educators, parents, and learners worldwide. Kelley demonstrates that knowing your own body clock and reorganising your life to synchronise with it is a recipe for better health, mood, safe and productive work, more fruitful social relationships, and mastery of learning.”
Dennis Cheek, National Creativity Network (USA)
|Author||Paul Kelley and Sian Griffiths|
|No of pages||280|
|Publication Date||30 Nov 2018|