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biorhythm:

see rhythm, biologicalrhythm, biological,
or biorhythm,
cyclic pattern of physiological changes or changes in activity in living organisms, most often synchronized with daily, monthly, or annual cyclical changes in the environment.
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biorhythm

[′bī·ō‚rith·əm]
(physiology)
A biologically inherent cyclic variation or recurrence of an event or state, such as a sleep cycle or circadian rhythm.
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biorhythm

a cyclically recurring pattern of physiological states in an organism or organ, such as alpha rhythm or circadian rhythm; believed by some to affect physical and mental states and behaviour
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When particular biorhythm is in the upper part of the cycle, these are beneficial days for the activity.
In Scenario 6, the difference between totals produced by both shifts may have been caused by the processing times being collected at the last period of each shift, and, hence, workers were affected by fatigue, monotony and variations related to biorhythm.
Around one week before presentation to the hospital, the patient developed florid psychotic features like hearing voices, suspiciousness towards neighbors, locking himself up in his room as he used to say that he was fearful that people are trying to harm him, refusal of food due to suspiciousness, and disturbed biorhythm. When the patient was seen in the hospital, the patient appeared unkempt as well as agitated.
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By adjusting a person's biorhythm before their travel, the Neuroon can effectively minimize the effects of a long-distance trip before they occur.
She also comments on hunters' biorhythm and movement, which implicates a number of deprivations (food, sex and sleep).
Wearables that measure biorhythm, pulse and other vitals that could serve as distinguishing characteristics can be used to validate a person's identity and grant access to rooms, computer files and more.
The Earth provides the negative charge and subtle electrical fields required by the body for proper functioning of our immune system, circulation systems, biorhythm synchronization, stress reduction, and many other physiological processes.
The solar system creates the biorhythm of the earth.
An Apple Watch, by itself, is little more than a wrist-mounted MP3 player with extensive biorhythm monitoring.
At night, the radio frequencies will be destroying the immunity and biorhythm balance of all living organisms.
The timings of the practice sessions of different groups did not have any interference with each other while the sessions was held at matched hours to control the confounding effects of biorhythm. The subjects had a choice of 3 different types of music clips (soothing, creative and energetic themes) offered by reference psychologists and musicians.