Most bowel disorders have some sort of circadian contribution, whether it be circadian disruption being one of the underlying causes of the disorder or a contributor to the persistence of it. So, with that in mind, I thought I'd cover how circadian disruption may contribute to the progression from gastroesophageal reflux disease(GERD) to small intestinal … Continue reading GERD and SIBO: A circadian perspective
Welp, before the summer called I planned to do a blog article detailing my health progress 1 year in to paying serious attention to my circadian rhythms. For the most part, I felt like I had pretty much everything down pat at the time. Then, of course, research did what research do and I found … Continue reading Circadian Retraining 18 months in: Continued gut and sleep improvements
Image source As I currently make my way through researching a new module in my Circadian Retraining Program, I've come across a pretty interesting review on the benefits of Sun exposure. The review backs up one side of a ping pong contest between health authorities trying to balance the benefits of Sun exposure with the … Continue reading Wanna live a long time? Get outside!
Image source Let's face it, jet lag sucks. It messes with your energy, focus, digestion, immune system, and disturbs your blood glucose regulation. So anything you can do to prevent these negative effects when you have to travel across time zones will make you healthier and more robust. The physiological consequences of jet lag are … Continue reading Hacking jet lag