How does the Biological clock function?
The biological clock is captained by a main clock in the brain. Aside from this main clock there are various peripheral clocks in our organs that only influence the concerned organ. Managed by the main clock, those peripheral clocks exist in organs such as kidneys, lungs, liver and veins. These play an important role in maintaining the overall balance of the body. The biological clock coordinates the operating rhythms of organs to provide a harmonious functioning inside the body. Biological clock has three important functions. Each phase being a miracle, those functions are as follows: 1. Perception of outside stimulus 2. Formation of the 24 hour rhythm 3. Arrangement of all clocks according to this rhythm 1. Perception of outside stimulus Imagine if you felt sleepy after the sunrise and you had to sleep during the day, how would your life change? You would have to carry out your duties during the night-time. Bestowing countless blessings to people, Allah created the day and night in t