Set your alarm if you are on a exercise kick, trying to get pregnant or want to see a ghost because science has provided us with a timetable of the premium times to do the things that we do each day.
Scientists who study our daily habits and body clocks reckon the hour of the day we do certain things can make a huge difference to how much benefit they give us.
6am-8am is the the best time of day to exercise if you want to burn fat as our blood sugar levels are lower and, with an empty stomach, we will burn more fat reserves.
Our hormone levels peak at 8am and it is also the time when a man’s sperm count is at it's highest which makes it the best time for child seeking couples.
After the exercise and the sex, it's 8.30am and time for breakfast as taking the first meal at this time will stop your body thinking it isn't going to get any food and enter starvation mode which makes you even hungrier and binge eating as the day goes on.
9am to noon is the best time if you are to have an injection as our hormones that deal with pain are at their peak and if you time it so you are in the waiting room at 11am, you can do the crosswords in the magazines as this is the time when our brains are at their most efficient.
If the opportunity arises between 1.30 and 2.30pm, this is the best time to take a nap because our bodies are beginning to tire and the body temperatures dips so a 15 minute snooze will recharge the body and mind for the late afternoon workload.
2.16pm is coffee time as this is the time our energy levels hit bottom and the metabolism starts to wind down and caffeine is a great pick me up.
The work day may be over over but at the clock strikes 5pm, this is the best time to do cardio-vascular exercise as our lungs use oxygen more efficiently and we are at our most co-ordinated..
After all the exercise its down the pub but not before 7pm and make sure we are gone by 8pm as between these hours our liver is working at optimum level which means we can process alcohol most effectively.
After the pub it's home by 9pm for the evening meal just as the sense of taste and smell are at their sharpest and then sit down with a language course CD or revision notes by 10pm which is when our nucleic acid levels peak which aids long-term retention of information.
Finally it's up the wooden hill to Bedfordshire and the land of nod at 11am which is the optimal time for our bodies to relax and achieve the deep sleep to rejuvenate us.
If you are awoken by a bump in the night at 3am there is a good chance it was some member of the spirit world as this is the time when paranormal experts report the most ghostly goings-on.