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Lack of Exercise Can Disrupt Your Body's Circadian Rhythm and Much More


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  • By prompting release of biochemicals in your body and brain, exercise affects your body’s circadian rhythms, especially those related to activity
  • Regular exercise is as important for longevity as quitting smoking. Older men who got 30 minutes of exercise six days a week reduced their risk of death by about 40 percent, compared to non-exercisers
  • Other research shows exercising at moderate intensity for 450 minutes per week (just over an hour a day) provides the greatest amount of benefit in terms of longevity

By Dr. Mercola

It’s been well-established that sleep is crucial for maintaining your circadian rhythm and has a significant bearing on metabolic disorders, not to mention optimal health in general.

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