Treatment for ObesityCircadian rhythms (known also as a biological clock of a person) include all biological and physiological processes that we experience during a 24 hour-cycle, related to interchanging light and darkness, or other possible factors, too. Circadian rhythms are found in virtually all living things, from microbes and microorganisms to plants, animals and people. For many centuries scientists studied the links between a person’s circadian rhythm and sleep, because circadian rhythm disorders or disruptions cause primarily sleep problems, along with other quite serious health conditions. Researching the links between our biological clock and our metabolic rate was another quite promising filed for scientific research. According to the findings of a recent study, published this spring in the journal Endocrinology, circadian rhythms of a person can be a key to reducing cholesterol and developing possible new treatment for obesity. Read the rest of this entry »