Works of literature describe in the guise of fiction the dense specificity of personal experience David Lodge, Consciousness and the novel Sleep, those little slices of death — how I loathe them. Edgar Allan Poe What hath night to do with sleep? John Milton, Paradise Lost Sleep is one of the most approached topics in fiction […]
An artist must possess Nature. He must identify himself with her rhythm, by efforts that will prepare the mastery which will later enable him to express himself in his own language. Henri Matisse The rhythm of relations of color and size makes the absolute appear in the relativity of time and space. Piet Mondrian Rhythm […]
In today’s world of sleep trackers and activity monitors, we are ever more conscious of our body’s rhythms and getting *enough* sleep. However, it’s not just how much we sleep that we need to pay attention to, but when we sleep – it has a much bigger impact on our body than you might expect! […]
When we travel over multiple time zones within a day, this causes discomfort as our inner biological rhythms become desynchronized – what’s known as “jet lag”. Depending on whether you are going east or west, there are however things you can do to minimize these symptoms – starting days before you leave.
For many Americans, springtime means only one thing: Baseball! But not all teams are created equally. Sure talent can drive the likelihood of winning a World Series pennant. But, recent research in the field of circadian rhythms shows that some teams have a competitive edge based on their (a) time zone location; (b) how many […]