Prof Malcolm von Schantz, of Surrey University, said: "Light in the late evening will delay our body clocks
Our body clock
is synchronised with the surrounding environment by exposure to daylight and the timing of meals.
Try gradually shifting the timing of your body clock
in the days before the clock change.
The research, in the journal Immunity, looking at exactly how the body clock
affects the function of the immune system in mice, suggested that a disruption to normal daily rhythms, such as jet lag or sleep deprivation, may also affect the immune system.
This is a good step in learning about body clocks
and how the body can perform at its best.
Now scientists are trying to find out more about what's driving those results and are looking at the relationship between eating and our body clocks
, dubbed "chrono-nutrition" by some, for answers.
'The way you feel, the way you function-mentally through to bowel movements-is all ultimately controlled by your body clock
Exposure to daylight can also support the body clock
- open the curtains as soon as he wakes up and encourage him to spend time outside.
cause wounds such as cuts and burns sustained during the day to heal around 60 percent faster than those sustained at night, scientists have discovered in a finding that has implications for surgery and wound-healing medicines.
GO FOR A RUN Exposure to morning sunlight helps to synchronise your body clock
and adapt it to the new time.
When we disrupted the body clock
in either cells or mice, we found that the timing of infection no longer mattered -- viral replication was always high.
time" for teams is based on the local time (1) at that team's home at kickoff.