CIRCADIAN RHYTHM LET’S LIVE WITH THEM! 😀
The circadian rhythm is often referred to as our body clock because it is the body’s innate timing device. This natural internal clock is affected by environmental cues, primarily light but also temperature. The circadian clock orchestrates many aspects of human physiology, and disruption of this clock has been implicated in various pathologies, ranging from cancer to metabolic syndrome and diabetes. Although there is evidence that metabolism and the circadian clockwork are intimately linked on a transcriptional level, whether these effects are directly under clock control or are mediated by the rest–activity cycle and the timing of food intake is unclear.
Here are a few ways in which you can manage your circadian rhythm :
- Keep a Routine : The best way you can support your natural circadian rhythm is to keep a routine. As much as possible, go to bed at the same time and wake up at the…
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