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Björn 🏳️‍🌈 Mar 29
Check out this article: Do E-Readers Like Kindle Emit Blue Light? -
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Ensembl 13h
Feeling a bit tired today? It may be because you have been robbed of an hour of sleep. On this lovely , have a look at your melatonin receptor 1B (MTNR1B) and find out what it does!
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Nulty+ 9h
Still feeling a bit sluggish from the ? Let Emilio Hernandez enlighten you as to why, along with some other interesting facts about
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BioBalancePEMF Mar 27
Learn how PEMF therapy improves sleep. All about the process, effects and benefits of pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy for sleep:
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Radhika Sudhir Joshi Mar 26
Just found out: Period gene in flies controls the 'ms' long rhtyhms in mating songs, '24h' long circadian rhythm and eclosion rhythms over 'days'..how cool is that.
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Chronobiology.com Mar 23
To learn more about how adjusting your can help enhance your performance results, click here.
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Christine Hansen Mar 27
Do you know what your circadian rhythm or your biological clock is? Read the full article: What is your circadian rhythm? ▸ #
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whitevanwoman Mar 28
I hv made decision - for duration of our confinement I'm remaining on Greenwich Mean Time. Absolutely no need to screw with my circadian rhythm at present. No need for clocks, just an 8 hr timer at bedtime.
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Geoff Peters Mar 26
Using blue blocker shades before bed seems to really help! @ Vancouver, British Columbia
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Ali Van Zee Mar 29
Replying to @pnwkate
My little is singing all night long. Sometimes for 6 hours straight. His has been disrupted by the bright lights of the nearby :(
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PUBLIC RELATIONS + Mar 25
Every wonder what a circadian rhythm is...or why it's important? If you're burning the candle on both ends, read this.
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Sara C Mednick Mar 25
throughout the means sticking to your schedule and rituals even when . Your will thank you.
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Camilla Mar 28
Please and rest of the world. Stop messing around with the . Stop turning the clock to summer time / winter time..
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Brigham and Women's Mar 24
Replying to @BrighamWomens
A6: During there is a change in and most teenagers experience a sleep phase delay, meaning they want to stay up later and wake up later. This is a physiologic drive, not just being difficult. (1/3)
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Brigham and Women's Mar 24
Replying to @BrighamWomens
A6: Another major change occurs in older (>60 years) where we see the shift of their to earlier hours. Why this change occur is still largely unknown. (3/3)
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Marisa Moon Mar 26
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Brigham and Women's Mar 24
Replying to @BrighamWomens
A8: This is why are trying hard to come up w/ ways to accurately assess a person's , like , as history & actigraphy aren't that accurate. Giving light and melatonin at the wrong time can have the opposite effect. (2/2)
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Brigham and Women's Mar 24
Replying to @BrighamWomens
A5: Every cell in your body has a or . These rhythms are important and responsible for a wide variety of functions from daily fluctuations in wakefulness to body temperature, metabolism, and the release of hormones. (1/3)
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Brigham and Women's Mar 24
Replying to @BrighamWomens
A4: You get the best when your sleep mechanism matches your . That is why sleep less and wake up more when they sleep during the day. (5/5)
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Brigham and Women's Mar 24
Replying to @BrighamWomens
A4: 2: : A group of cells in the brain (SCN in hypothalmus) control your internal body clock and signals the body it’s time for by secreting . (4/5)
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