Health & Fitness | Sleep

In Our Cellular Clocks, She’s Found a Lifetime of Discoveries | Quanta Magazine

For decades, Carrie Partch has led pioneering structural research on the protein clockwork that keeps time for our circadian rhythm. Is time still on her side?

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

AM or PM: When is the best time to exercise? - Big Think

Morning, afternoon, or night: When is the best time to exercise? Scientists have extensively studied this question. Here's what they found.

Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

Morning Lark or Night Owl? How Our Body Clocks Affect Our Mental and Physical Performance

Our body clocks make us either morning larks or night owls—with major differences in how we perform throughout the day.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Good Timing: How timing can impact success

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Health & Fitness | Sleep

Electric light, particularly at night, disrupts human circadian rhythmicity: is that a problem?

Over the past 3 billion years, an endogenous circadian rhythmicity has developed in almost all life forms in which daily oscillations in physiology occur. This allows for anticipation of sunrise and sunset. This physiological rhythmicity is kept at precis

Health & Fitness | Sleep

Nobel Prize in medicine: US body clock scientists win

Three US scientists have landed the Nobel Prize for Medicine for their discoveries explaining the inner workings of our biological clock.

Health & Fitness | Sleep

A Weekend Of Camping Can Cure You Sleep Woes

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Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Human Body Energy Clock - Comfy Tummy

“Why do I keep waking up at 3am?” I couldn’t figure it out. It was driving me crazy. I would go to bed exhausted, usually some time between 11:30pm and 1am, sleep a few hours, and then wake up with a mind full of stress, worries, anxiety, negativity