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Whether you’re a morning person or love burning the midnight oil, we’re all controlled by so-called “body clocks.” These body clocks (which regulate your circadian rhythms) are inside almost every cell in the body and control when we feel awake and tired during a 24-hour period. But as it turns out, our latest study found that our body clocks have a much bigger impact on us than we previously realised. In fact, our body clo…
18.12.2018 · From The_Conversation_UK
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) affects up to 24m people, globally, but little is known about its causes. Our latest study unravels some of this mystery. The results suggest that an overactive immune system may trigger this long-term condition. People with chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME), experience severe mental and physical tiredness that isn’t alleviated by rest. Some people also experience flu-like symptoms, cognitive impairm…
17.12.2018 · From The_Conversation_UK
You know you're not supposed to do this -- but you do. How did you sleep last night? If you had anything other than eight interrupted hours of peaceful, restful sleep then guess what? It’s not that bad – it’s actually pretty normal. We recently asked five sleep researchers if everyone needs eight hours of sleep a night and they all said no, you don’t. In fact, only about one quarter of us report getting eight or more hours of sleep. That’s according to…
30.11.2018 · From The_Conversation_Australia
Si tiene problemas para conciliar el sueño, tomar medicamentos no debería ser su primera opción. Haga ejercicio regularmente, reduzca su ingesta de café (y otras bebidas con cafeína) después de mediodía, haga cenas ligeras, disminuya el uso de aparatos electrónicos antes de ir a la cama –y mientras está en ella–, practique meditación e intente tener un dormitorio silencioso y oscuro dedicado principalmente al descanso. Pero ¿qué …
16.10.2018 · From The_Conversation_Spain