Peak Human Clock

How to Get up Early, Fix Eating Time Schedule, and Improve Exercise Routines to be Highly Productive

Non-Fiction - Health - Medical
144 Pages
Reviewed on 11/08/2020
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Author Biography

Said Hasyim is a certified IT project manager with an obsession for finding the best ways to maximize his productivity. After half a decade of arduous self-experimentation and research into bio-hacks, lifestyle changes, and sleep routines, Said discovered various methods to improve his productivity. Now, he hopes to share his findings with his readers in his Peak Productivity book series to unleash their inner potential.

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    Book Review

Reviewed by Lesley Jones for Readers' Favorite

Circadian Rhythms are natural mental, physical, and behavioral body conditions that follow a 24-hour cycle. Very little is known about this inherent but powerful cycle but by learning how to realign your body clock, the quality of your life will vastly improve. By following the step-by-step strategies outlined in Peak Human Clock by Said Hasyim, you can plan your day more effectively and become far more productive. Discover how to improve your sleep patterns and the amount of sleep you actually need for optimal performance. When is the best time of day to eat to increase weight loss? Do you want to develop an exercise regime that will improve your fitness faster and more effectively? We all possess the power of a Circadian Rhythm but very few of us know it even exists. When you understand how to use this gift, your productivity, health, and overall wellbeing are going to dramatically improve. If you feel constantly tired or sluggish, struggle to concentrate, keep to a diet or exercise plan, then it is time to get your Circadian Rhythm back in sync.

The contents of this book are absolutely fascinating. The techniques to get your Circadian Rhythm working correctly are mind-blowingly simple, especially if you follow the Optimal Daily Routine included in the guide. The benefits are numerous and will alleviate so many mental, health, and behavioral issues, such as stress, weight gain, productivity plus improve the health of all your major organs. I especially loved the sections on increasing productivity and creativity. I was not aware that there was a certain time of the day to eat certain foods, tackle assignments that require optimum concentration or to exercise. The chapter on realigning your sleep patterns was also absolutely riveting. I was astonished by how the sleep cycle works and the benefits of having a restful night's sleep on your overall health. The whole process is explained so simply and the fantastic diagrams were easy to understand. I recommend Peak Human Clock by Said Hasyim to anyone who wants to give their entire body a complete makeover.

Deborah Lloyd

The phenomenon of Circadian Rhythm is not understood by most people. It is the natural, 24-hour body’s clock, regulating all the body’s organ clocks. By learning how to harness all the natural energies within our physical bodies, everyone can become healthier, more energetic, and productive. In the nonfictional work, Peak Human Clock: How to Get up Early, Fix Eating Time Schedule, and Improve Exercise Routines to be Highly Productive, written by Said Hasyim, a thorough explanation is given. Beginning with a description of the Circadian Rhythm, the reader understands the science of this natural aspect of the body. Practical to-do’s and not to do’s are spelled out, providing a realistic program to improve bodily functions and health.

The author outlines how to reset the Circadian Rhythm by consistent sleeping, eating, and exercising routines. A chapter is dedicated to each of these three areas to provide a full understanding of how each one is essential to resetting body clocks. Each area is complete with research, presented in an easy-to-read, logical format. Graphs and charts add to the reader’s comprehension of the material. For many, the concept of time-restricted eating may be the most unfamiliar concept; however, the detailed information is easy to comprehend. The last chapter, named Optimal Routine, puts all the facts together, outlining a realistic schedule from morning through bedtime. Author Said Hasyim has penned an all-encompassing book in Peak Human Clock. It is a must-read for anyone who wants to learn about Circadian Rhythm – and how to best utilize it to live healthier and happier lives.

Renee Guill

Peak Human Clock: How to Get up Early, Fix Eating Time Schedule, and Improve Exercise Routines to be Highly Productive by Said Hasyim is a self-help book to teach you how to fix your circadian rhythm to help you sleep better and have a more productive day. He teaches you what exercises are good and why they work and what they do for you. Said Hasyim also discusses diet and what you can do to gain muscle and lose fat and why that helps with your body clock. He also gives you ideas on how to fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer and how many hours of actual sleep you need.

I thought that Peak Human Clock by Said Hasyim was a fascinating read. I loved that at the beginning of the book he said to check with a professional before trying anything new; that was refreshing. I loved how he explained why having your circadian rhythm in sync is beneficial and what happens when it is not in sync. I had a major aha moment thanks to this. I appreciated the notes that Said Hasyim made to help clarify a word, as some of those words were a bit difficult. I loved that this is a real person’s diet, not a starve or berate yourself type diet, and for someone like me who is trying to gain weight, this also works. The graphics he uses made it easier to process some of the numbers too, which I appreciated. I thought the exercise chapter was fascinating. If you are trying to find a way to not be so sluggish during the day or have any health issues, then this is a must-read book; it is a real eye-opener.

Donna Parrey

This little book just may have a big impact on the quality of your life. Peak Human Clock: How to Get up Early, Fix Eating Time Schedule, and Improve Exercise Routines to be Highly Productiveby Said Hasyim is a compact 132 pages but it packs in a wealth of critical information for readers on how to understand their circadian rhythm and, therefore, take charge of deliberately planning to execute tasks at their own ideal time. Although there is no table of contents, Peak Human Clock provides helpful research within its five chapters that readers can apply to their own lives. Each chapter begins with a relevant quote from a notable individual, and Hasyim’s text includes subtitles for paragraphs, enumerated lists, and graphs that add white space to create an easy reading experience. The book also includes an Introduction, an Afterword, and Notes from Said Hasyim’s research.

In Peak Human Clock, author Said Hasyim presents readers with convincing evidence that consistent sleeping, regular exercise, and time-restricted eating are the keys to improving productivity. We can all benefit from Hasyim’s experimentation and research to satisfy his obsession with creating a way to maximize his own productivity. His findings are presented within a handful of chapters – Circadian Clock, Master Your Sleep to Master Your Performance, We Are Born to Move, Eat How We Ate, Optimal Routine – supplemented with graphs designed to make the content clear and digestible. Readers of Peak Human Clock: How to Get up Early, Fix Eating Time Schedule, and Improve Exercise Routines to be Highly Productive by Said Hasyim will come away knowing how and why they should examine how they sleep, exercise, and eat.

Jamie Michele

Peak Human Clock: How to Get up Early, Fix Eating Time Schedule, and Improve Exercise Routines to be Highly Productive by Said Hasyim is a non-fiction self-help book with the goal to introduce the world to Circadian Rhythm and the transformative power it has in our lives. Spread out over five distinct chapters, Hasyim breaks down the vast differences in energy, efficiency, and quality of life between those who are in tune with their rhythm and those who are not. A full accounting is given to provide readers with the most optimal likelihood of success through an intensive look at the Circadian Clock, mastering not just sleep or a sleep schedule, but also achieving the right state of slumber and rest, exercise, diet, and a perfect routine.

I admit that Peak Human Clock is the first time I'd ever heard of Circadian Rhythm, and I suspect this will be the case for many who have the opportunity to come across it. Said Hasyim clearly understands this and does a really great job at guiding a reader in the right direction without making us feel like we're a lost cause. The tone is friendly and encouraging, even comforting to a certain extent, particularly as real-life examples are used to form a connection. The most interesting to me was the section on fixing our sleep environments. It had never occurred to me how some of the tiniest changes could have such a profound impact on the quality of sleep. A dark cool room, humidity, a bath, even a pair of socks...small things to implement for big improvements. I think this is an excellent source for those who are looking for positive and dynamic change and I will absolutely be giving Hasyim's methods a try.