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  1. photo How <b>sleep</b> and hormones affect cancer riskHow sleep and hormones affect cancer riskNews
    production.Melatonin and cortisol Melatonin increases during sleep and has anti-oxidant properties. With an altered circadian rhythm, the body produces less melatonin and the cell's DNA may be more susceptible to cancerRead more
  2. photo Light Therapy for Eating <b>Disorders</b>Light Therapy for Eating DisordersTreatment
    ). Both anorexia and bulimia appear to respond to bright light therapy. Researchers believe that strategically applying bright light in those with eating disorders may help normalize the circadian rhythmRead more
  3. photo Biological clock disruption in humans may lead to cancer, study findsBiological clock disruption in humans may lead to cancer, study findsNews
    . They follow a 24-hour cycle, and influence sleep-wake cycles, mood, alertness, hormone release, body temperature and other vital functions. Abnormal circadian rhythms have been associated with sleepingRead more
  4. photo These six tips could help heal your autoimmune diseaseThese six tips could help heal your autoimmune diseaseNews
    along with this, Trescott urges autoimmune disease sufferers to 6) balance their circadian rhythms. Keeping one's biological clock in check by avoiding artificial light sources that omit blue lightRead more
  5. photo Warning: Cell phone 'light pollution' is taking a physical toll on your bodyWarning: Cell phone 'light pollution' is taking a physical toll on your bodyNews
    clock systems within the cells of the human body. These cellular biological clocks are groupings of interacting molecules that control circadian rhythms throughout the body. While this processRead more
  6. photo This One Vitamin Deficiency Could be Causing Your InsomniaThis One Vitamin Deficiency Could be Causing Your InsomniaTreatment
    to regulate its ‘circadian rhythms’ – the sleep/wake cycles that make us tired at the right times and awake at the right times. We need to consume about 2.4 milligrams of B12 a day receive these benefits, whichRead more
  7. photo Why chocolate helps you <b>sleep</b> better: Cacao nutrient found to regulate your biological clock for a full night's <b>sleep</b>Why chocolate helps you sleep better: Cacao nutrient found to regulate your biological clock for a full night's sleepNews
    regulation – or circadian rhythms. This is a really important discovery, as stated by the Daily Mail, because it could help with the development of chronotherapy – a treatment that is scheduledRead more
  8. photo Don’t Do Early Mornings? You May Have a <b>Sleep</b> <b>Disorder</b>Don’t Do Early Mornings? You May Have a Sleep DisorderArticle
    . You may be suffering from a sleep disorder known as delayed sleep phase syndrome (DSPS). The Atlantic reports that it’s estimated that 400,000 Americans are affected by this sleep disorder. So, why doesRead more
  9. photo ‘Tis the Season For Seasonal Depression: How to Fight Back‘Tis the Season For Seasonal Depression: How to Fight BackArticle
    boxes give off light that mimics the sun. Because the light is significantly brighter than regular light bulbs it helps get your circadian rhythm back on track. -Dawn simulators Dawn simulatorsRead more
  10. photo Darkness for Health? 3 Reasons to Turn the Lights OutDarkness for Health? 3 Reasons to Turn the Lights OutArticle
    circadian rhythm, or body clock, runs on the light-dark cycle. Indoor electric lighting can have a phase-delaying effect on your body, pushing your sleep schedule later and possibly displacing healthy sunRead more

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Circadian rhythm sleep disorder

Disease

Circadian rhythm sleep disorders occur when the circadian rhythm is disrupted or is not functioning properly. They usually affect other bodily functions as well, and not just sleep.Cause The delayed sleep phase type of circadian rhythm sleep disorder is marked by a delay of the sleep-wake cycle as it relates to the demands of society. It is often due to a psychosocial stressor (an event in a...More