Circadian Rhythm Study Identifies that Performance Times Peak Based on Sleep Schedules

January 30, 2015 5:59 AM

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A new study has investigated the relevance of circadian rhythms on the performance of athletes. The study suggests that people who identify themselves to be early-risers or night-owls might perform better during their respectively preferred time of day.

“If you are a late type, and whatever sport you do, you would probably always perform better in the evening. If you are an early type you would always perform better in the morning. That simply means that if an early type had to run a marathon in the morning, then the person will have a better perfo...

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