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Instead, the research has inspired him and his colleagues to start developing ways to keep the internal clock ticking normally, perhaps by adding light therapy to surgery protocols.
Throughout the day and night, our internal clocks direct changes in temperature, body chemicals, hunger, sleepiness and more.
Now, the slave can account for the delay and fine tune its internal clock. For this approach to work, the network must provide a symmetrical delay between the master and each slave.
It's not unusual for computers, which have battery-powered internal clocks, to lose or galn a fraction of a minute a day.
Located in the brain's hypothalamus, this internal clock, or circadian pacemaker, controls when we sleep and when we wake, as well as a variety of other bodily activities which influence the way we think, feel and function.
Your body runs on an internal clock, which you can think of as the balance between an alerting signal and sleep drive, as shown in an interactive chart from the sleep division at the Harvard Medical School.
Scientific evidence has now shown that the disruption of the bodys internal clock, or circadian rhythms, may lead to hormonal and metabolic changes that increase risks for obesity, diabetes and heart disease.
Our sleep-wake schedules may seem to be ruled by the need to get to school or work on time, but they're really under the control of our body's internal clock.
The device has two independent analog input channels that can be either single-ended or differential, 14-bit resolution per channel and a sample rate up to 70 MS/s, soft front panels to set the instrument, capture the signal and analyze the results, external or internal triggering, external or internal clock, DC input offset voltage, preinstalled LabView[TM] and LabWindows[TM] libraries and fully supported VISA and kernel drivers.
Asynchronous, or clockless, chips operate without the rhythm of a power-hungry internal clock. The absence of a continuously ticking clock also helps to reduce electronic interference.
The effect is that the traveller's internal clock, or the circadian rhythms which tell you when to go to sleep and wake up, are out of sync with the environment.
A variety of daily bio- chemical and behavioural cycles, including sleeping and wakefulness, are controlled by the internal clock.
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