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The circadian clock has an internally driven 24-hour rhythm that tends to run longer than 24 hours but resets every day by the sun’s light/dark cycle. 

When the Circadian rhythms is off it affects more than just your sleep. Studies have found that it directly affects:


  • Metabolic functions in the body

  • Weight gain

  • Depression

  • Bipolar disorder

  • Neurodegenerative diseases such as Dementia

  • DNA repair


What are the most common Circadian disrupters?


  • Jetlag

  • Night shift work

  • Irregular sleeping schedule

  • Artificial light exposure before going to bed

  • Eating late at night



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Circadian Rhythms and Cancer

Circadian Rhythms and Health implications

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