Our body clock, or circadian rhythm, tells our brain when to sleep, our gut when to digest and controls our activity during the day. Photo: Shutterstock

Circadian rhythm isn’t just about sleep – it affects our immune system, metabolism, fertility and more, doctors explain

  • Let your body clock get out of whack and it isn’t only your sleep that’s disrupted, but also your digestion, and your immunity to diseases such as cancer
  • Technology is to blame for this disruption, with light from mobile phones and televisions tricking our brains into staying awake, but it’s also the solution
Topic |   Wellness
Our body clock, or circadian rhythm, tells our brain when to sleep, our gut when to digest and controls our activity during the day. Photo: Shutterstock
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