…Yes … sleep is critical for a balanced life … Cherish a great night’s sleep…

…Yes … sleep is critical for a balanced life … Cherish a great night’s sleep…

Balanced potassium levels found to be critical to circadian rhythm processes, including sleep

 

Like other cells in the body, red blood cells follow circadian rhythms (24-hour biological clocks). These circadian rhythms alter cell activity from day to night. But unlike other cells, red blood cells do not have DNA. Red blood cells also lack the “clock genes” which control rhythms. It was a mystery when it came to how red blood cells were regulated. However, thanks to electrophoresis, a revolutionary technique and new technology developed at the University of Surrey, scientists have ……….Read full article at NexusNewsfeed.com website »

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