Our research program focuses on developing a strong circadian rhythm, which is essential for good health and well-being. The circadian rhythm is a natural, internal process that regulates the sleep-wake cycle. It is crucial in many aspects of our physiology, including mood, energy levels, and hormone production.
Our research has identified several key strategies that can help people develop and maintain a strong circadian rhythm. These include establishing a consistent sleep schedule, avoiding bright lights before bedtime, and avoiding caffeine and alcohol in the evening. By implementing these strategies, individuals can improve the quality of their sleep and feel more rested and energized during the day.
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In addition to improving sleep, a strong circadian rhythm can support healthy ageing and longevity. Research has shown that individuals with a well-regulated circadian rhythm have a lower risk of chronic diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease, and are less likely to experience cognitive decline. Individuals can support their overall health and well-being by developing a strong circadian rhythm.
Our research program also focuses on the importance of exposure to natural light for maintaining a strong circadian rhythm. Natural light plays a crucial role in regulating the sleep-wake cycle and can help individuals feel more alert and energized during the day. By incorporating regular outdoor activities and maximizing exposure to natural light, individuals can support their circadian rhythm and improve their overall health and well-being.
Through our research program, we are dedicated to helping individuals develop a strong circadian rhythm and improve their overall health and well-being. By implementing the strategies and recommendations identified through our research, individuals can experience the many benefits of a well-regulated sleep-wake cycle and live healthier, happier life.
We apply scientifically based methods in our research* of everyday life and see how they affect performance, sleep, perceived stress and life satisfaction.
At this time, the study is forCzech speakers only.
Faculty of Military Health Sciences
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