Woman's Weekly Living Series

Coping with… POOR SLEEP

Our bodies’ natural cycles are controlled by a master clock in the brain, which connects to the pineal gland behind the eyes. Incoming light switches off melatonin, the sleep hormone that governs our best-known circadian (around 24 hours) rhythm. This

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