Asked in Sleep and Circadian Rhythm
How do you change your circadian rhythm?
October 12, 2011 5:02PM
How can a person change their Carcadian Rhythms if these rhythms are interfering with their 9a.m. to 5 p.m. work schedule? A very productive and highly intelligent family person I know comes to life and is most productive at 5 p.m. in the late afternoon/early evening on work days and this does not produce very long productive days at work, conflicts with the average schedule of an average famiily, and results in a lot of work from work being done at home in the late evenings and on weekends. Also, the amount of time devoted to work by this individual is clearly seen in a negative light by anyone, boss or colleagues, who may observe such a schedule and its repetitiveness. In essence, this person works extremely hard but always out of view of those who are evaluating him for performance reports. This has always been a problem, but in these unfortunate economic times, it can produce the result of losing his job if it does not change soon. HELP!!!
-> Hopefully this helps you above ^. The problem is work. Either have the family person teach his company about a Results-Only Work Environment (ROWE) or find a workplace that has a ROWE. Your family person is being judged on everything outside of the actual WORK. Just because work is scheduled between 9-5, doesn't mean that your family person will be productive either. Good luck!