• Disrupting your body clock could increase your risk of mood disorders like depression - here's why

    8 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Our internal body clocks - or circadian rhythms - keep our bodies in sync.
    If our cycle is disrupted, this can cause health problems.
    A new study suggests an interrupted body clock cycle is associated with an increased risk of mood disorders like depression.
    Further research is needed to determine whether interrupted sleep does cause mood disorders, or if it's the other way around.
    Our internal body clocks, or circadian rhythms, determine nearly every biological process in our bodies, including sleeping, eating, and our blood pressure.
    It also determines your chronotype, which is how long...
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