Tick.. Tick...Tick. Biological clocks can be influenced.

Holy bazooka, Batman. I love psychology experiments, but this is nuts! We know we are influenced by subtle factors every day.

(Like flowers in the grocery store. Did you know those are there as a product of a psychology experiment? They always did seem out of place!)

A new study touts that women are affected by the subtle sound of a ticking clock when it comes to reproduction.

Women who hear a clock are more likely to want to reproduce younger than if they did not hear the ticking. It did not affect men.

How's that for a subtle reminder of time and reproduction that most of us aren't even aware of?

My biological clock is going nuts already, so maybe I should stick to my digital watch for a while instead of analog.

Do you pay attention to your biological clock?


About Cassaundra Owens
Birth: February 13
On Moms.com since: Oct 11, 2013
I'm a little strange, pretty green, and learning to live life as a wife, future mother, and entrepreneur. Right now, my husband and I are trying for our first after 3.5 years of infertility and 2 losses. Viva la adventure! Join me too at MortalMommy.com!