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bi·o·rhythm

 (bī′ō-rĭth′əm)
n.
An innate, cyclical biological process or function.

bi′o·rhyth′mic (-rĭth′mĭk) adj.

biorhythm

(ˈbaɪəʊˌrɪðəm)
n
(Physiology) 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
ˌbioˈrhythmic adj
ˌbioˈrhythmically adv

bi•o•rhythm

(ˈbaɪ oʊˌrɪð əm)

n.
an innate periodicity in an organism's physiological processes, as sleep and wake cycles.
[1960–65]
bi`o•rhyth′mic, adj.
bi`o•rhyth•mic′i•ty (-ˈmɪs ɪ ti) n.

bi·o·rhythm

(bī′ō-rĭth′əm)
A recurring biological process, such as sleep, that is controlled by the circadian rhythms of an organism.
Translations

biorhythm

[ˈbaɪəʊrɪðəm] Nbiorritmo m

biorhythm

[ˈbaɪəʊˌrɪðəm] nbioritmo

biorhythm

n ritmo biológico
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The first is made of orthopedic foam material with biorhythmic technology to reduce stress and provide the best back support.
Summary: Going to bed at the same hour and waking up at the same time is essential, to maintain our biorhythmic clock.
In addition, other endocrine hormones, such as oxytocin and insulin, participate GABA neuronal function via abnormal biorhythmic patterns.
A biorhythmic bracelet, which is Bluetooth-enabled and has proximity capabilities, can identify a person by his or her unique biorhythmic pattern, determine where a person is in the lab and automatically communicate that information with connected devices and systems.
The Middle Burner can no longer moderate the conversation between outside and inside, between Upper Burner (cognitive/sensory) and Lower (genetic, biorhythmic) functions.
Several small minimalist metal sculptures, for example, are so formally compelling that their structures seem almost self-evident, calling to mind not only mathematical principles but also biorhythmic structures.
Indeed, during laboratory testing, although some studies reported that maximal oxygen consumption (VO[2.sub.max]), ventilator thresholds and/or running/cycling economy fluctuate with the time-of-day [23,24], most studies failed to observe any biorhythmic fluctuations [25-29].