Biological rhythm: mechanisms and impacts on health

Living beings have an internal clock that regulates biological functions in a 24-hour period. This is also known as circadian rhythm and allows for adaptation to cyclic changes in the environment. The conductor, or master clock, is located in the brain, ┬ácalled the hypothalamus in human beings, or more specifically the suprachiasmatic nucleus. This is … Continue reading Biological rhythm: mechanisms and impacts on health