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Man's inner clock

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More or less two decades ago, when someone was asked, "Do you have a

watch?", It was understood that time is of the essence. With the advent of the

mobile phone, wristwatches have been lost and the question has become a

bit unsettling. Whether it's a feature phone or a smartphone, both have taken

over the watch's independent status. These clocks are human inventions but

there is also a "clock" that is due to nature. There are a good number of

people who wake up at night, but most people sleep in the dark at night and

work in broad daylight. Naturally, after dark, the eyes become heavy and the

sun's rays are a sign of awakening. Nature has made man something like this.

The shape of a circle is a flow in a journey of 24 hours, but there are also

changes in the body and mind. We go through many physical, mental and

connected to light. The best example of this is when we fall asleep at night and

wake up during the day. It is said that there is no substitute for a good night's

sleep. Dumb animals may say the same thing, but we can't hear them. In fact,

most lives, including humans, animals, plants, and even microbes, live this

way. Surprisingly, they have many small "clocks" inside them that help to

coordinate physical and mental functions with night and day. Inside a human

being, there is a pile of biological clocks. These clocks, made of special

molecules, are found in almost every tissue and organ. The genes for which

these watches are made are also found in humans, beetles, rats, and other

animals. Then we have a kind of clock inside which we can call "Supervisor clock".

This In addition to the body's tiny biological clocks, it communicates with the

external environment and acts as a central clock. In vertebrates or

vertebrates, the clock consists of thousands of nerve cells or neurons, and a

structure called the "suprachemical nucleus" or "SCN" resides in the lower

part of the brain. Under the influence of the internal clock or clocks, many

natural functions in the human body are self-generated in a sequence.

However, the presence of light in the environment hinders the process in

which light is at the forefront. If sleep does not come immediately after being

exposed to too much light, the cause of the disturbance is the interference of

light. Light and dark can speed up and slow down both biological clocks and

24-hour daily travel. It may cost a fortune. This can affect physical function

and health. Sleep and waking times may change. Hormone release can

change, eating habits, digestion and other bodily functions can be affected.

The slow or fast speed of biological clocks can disrupt or impair the smooth

physical and mental journey of everyday life. This anomaly can lead to many

chronic diseases such as sleep disorders, obesity, diabetes, insomnia and

bipolar disorder. It can also cause mood swings with the seasons. If you fall

asleep at night, understand that melatonin has done its job. The body's

regulatory clock, or "SCN", controls the production of melatonin. Information

from the eye to the brain travels through the optic nerve. With the onset of

light at night, SCN tends to release more melatonin to the brain. If artificial

light is around, the clock may be "misguided." Those who work in the light of

mobile phones at night to wake up The circle is affected. It is possible to get

out of this situation. Our natural clock keeps the body informed of the times

24 hours a day. That is, it works from within. The sun's rays help to rearrange

it. Even if a person is kept away from the sun and he is in complete darkness,

the clock continues to work, but the length of his circle is about 25 hours, that

is, it goes a little further. Our physical system on a daily basis. Travels with

change and a balance. For example, the hormones responsible for hunger

and digestion increase and decrease within 24 hours. The functions of the

chemical components responsible for the immune system also fluctuate, and

the components that respond to inflammation are more active at night. That

is why the fever often rises at night. Wisdom is also hidden in the system of

nature. At rest the bodv can fight infection better and at the same time Energy

can be diverted to this essential work instead of others. In the same way, the

release of the stress hormone cortisol at night decreases and increases in the

early morning. It is better that we take care of our internal clock. Avoid too

much light at night and use its darkness to sleep. That way we can take care of

our physical and mental health.

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