alexa Nature as an Ideal Rhythm Model for Optimal Cardiovascular Physiology and Health


Maternal and Pediatric Nutrition

Author(s): Akbar Nikkhah

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Nature functions on a circadian cycle that equals to almost a 24-h period. This means that any biological system in nature must develop and possess such circadian rhythmicity in its physiological foundation to be able to survive. Apart from evolution, mammals including humans in most parts of the world live within circadian life patterns that regulate their physiology healthfully. The phenomenon of modernity, however, has in many ways interfered with such a natural rhythmicity of human physiology. Altered and in many cases entirely or partially shifted times of eating, sleeping, physical activity, socializing, travelling and all related life tasks have led to altered physiological responses from cells and tissues to environmental cues. This consequence must have contributed to the emergence and increased incidence of many complicated diseases and syndromes such as cancer and brain-nervous-immune abnormalities in modern humans.

This article was published in International Journal of Diabetology & Vascular Disease Research (IJDVR) and referenced in Maternal and Pediatric Nutrition

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