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In the daytime, light enters the retina and stimulates the hypothalamus, the part of the brain that maintains circadian rhythms, letting the body know it’s time to be awake and functioning.
Our bodies’ circadian rhythms function best with established routines, predictable light, and lower noise levels.
BEDSIDE LIGHTS THAT DO MORE THAN SHINEPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMJANUARY 14, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
While blue light has gotten a bad rap for disrupting our circadian rhythms, research suggests that it’s only stimulating when it’s too bright.
While it’s true that our circadian rhythms directly affect our digestive activity, as biologist Lawrence Scheving detailed in the journal Gastroenterology, those individual patterns rarely sync up with the time on a clock.
FIVE MYTHS ABOUT NUTRITIONJESSICA WILSONDECEMBER 31, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The full cycle was 18 hours, which meant the timing of our circadian cycles were constantly changing.
Surprisingly, it could also impact a person’s circadian rhythm, or our body’s internal natural clock of when to sleep, eat, and wake, the team said.
NASA researchers like Afshin Beheshti, for instance, published work in this package revealing how health issues specific to astronauts—loss of bone and muscle mass, organ complications, changes in circadian rhythms—are rooted in mitochondrial damage.
In general, Tb's showed a marked circadian cycle in phase with photoperiod.

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