Follow Your Body Clock

Keep ill health and depression at bay, get on top of your body clock. Your internal clock knows when you should wake, eat, sleep—with sunlight and temperature nudging you along. Your circadian rhythm needs you to follow your inner clock, otherwise diseases such as obesity and anxiety can interfere.
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Why Daylight Saving Is Bad for You

By Richard E. Cytowic M.D.

The shift disrupts circadian rhythm and raises the risk of stroke and depression
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Morning Person, Night Person, Neither?

By Mark Travers Ph.D.

New research adds two new "chronotypes" to the morning/night dichotomy.

Sleep Disruptions During COVID

By Jonathan Stevens, M.D., M.P.H.

Steps to break bad sleep habits and create a foundation for a healthy lifestyle.
Building the Perfect Day

Building the Perfect Day

By Holly Pevzner

How to get the most out of every day