Circadian Rhythms

 Circadian rhythm is a usual, internal procedure that controls the sleep-wake cycle and recurrences roughly every 24 hours. The official study of biological temporal rhythms such as daily, tidal, weekly, seasonal, and annual rhythms is called chronobiology. The observation re physical, mental, and behavioural changes that follow a daily cycle. They respond primarily to light and darkness in an organism's environment body's internal clock and your sleep/wake cycle. Circadian rhythms are important in determining your natural sleeping and feeding patterns. Brain wave activity, hormone production, cell regeneration, and other important biological processes are determined by this cycle Sleeping at night and being awake during the day is an example of a light-related circadian rhythm of a circadian process in humans is stated in Chinese medicinal texts dated to around the 13th century, counting the Noon and Midnight Physical Processes with 24 hour oscillations are more usually called diurnal rhythms local environment by outdoor cues called zeitgebers circadian procedure dates from the 4th century BC, when Androsthenes, a ship captain portion under described diurnal leaf movements of the tamarind tree.

 

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