How prone we are to infections also depends on the time of day.
It also depends on the time of day when the virus spreads betterIn fact, our inner body responds to viruses depending on the amount of time a research published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences publishes. When a virus enters, spread throughout the body. However, how fast and intensely this process is completed depends to a large extent on which phase of our circadian rhythm we are going through. The circadian rhythm itself is our body's function influences many aspectsThe most well-known among these are sleep arrhythmias, body temperature, and the immune system. The virus was given to animals at different times of the day, and the extent of the virus was also continuously examined. The mice were 12 light in the light and 12 in the dark, under controlled conditions. Examinations in the earliest days of the day appear to be "most effective" when animals begin to rest, while 10 hours are less, with an average of one half day in the active period. influenced the spread of the virus, which is also consistent with the results of previous studies, which says it really counts when it comes to being vaccinated against influenza, "says the research leader. Akhilesh Reddy Prof. According to the expert, shift workers are just more at risk and need to pay more attention to defending their immune system. Also worth reading:
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