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FIND THE RHYTHM, AVOID THE BLUES

1. UNDERSTAND YOUR CIRCADIAN BIOLOGY

his is controlled by the suprachiasmatic nucleus, a tiny region of the hypothalamus that receives the day-night signal from light coming through our eyes and optic nerve, says Dr Bentley. It controls the network of other clocks in almost every organ, even your liver and ovaries, switching on and off a slew of

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