Time Changes and Amount of Light Affect Sleep and Health for all ages

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Press Release from the Centre for Sleep & Human Performance: Time Changes and Amount of Light Affect Sleep and Health for all ages - Advice from a Sleep Physician to Successfully Deal with Fall's Time Change and Reduced Daylight Hours.

"The shorter days and extended periods of darkness mess up the body's natural circadian rhythms, ...We need sunlight or other bright light to help adjust those rhythms - or body clocks - to stay awake and alert."
- Dr. Charles Samuels, Medical Director, Centre for Sleep & Human Performance

 

   

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