Body Temperature (degrees Fahrenheit)

Body Temperature is one of the three standard bio-markers (along with Melatonin and Cortisol) for mammalian circadian rhythms. Essentially, the more awake you feel, the higher your Temperature is. Measured in degrees Fahrenheit, Body Temperature provides helpful insight into the nature of sleep. Analyze your circadian rhythm by looking at the graph below. This graph represents the average human Body Temperature in degrees Fahrenheit over a 24 hour period of time.

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Time (hours) and Current Body Temperature (degrees Fahrenheit)

Source: National Institutes of Health:, Journal of Biological Rhythms:

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