Daytime Eating May Benefit Mental Health

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Circadian misalignment happens when a person’s schedule doesn’t match up with their circadian rhythms; they work for most of the night and sleep partly during the day. These people—shift workers, people with jet lag, and those with circadian rhythm disorders—are more prone to depression and anxiety. But eating in the daytime might help. In a study, participants with mismatched circadian rhythms who ate both at night and during the daytime were more likely to have worse mental health, while those who only ate during the day were better off. Read full article here

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