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Tuesday Tip: Using light to help reset your body clock

Published 01/07/2013, INFORUM

Light provides your body’s most important cue for synchronizing circadian rhythms. Light exposure in the morning helps your body clock spring forward (just as clocks do at daylight saving time), and light at night prods your body clock to fall backward. Here’s how to use light to sync your body clock to the local time.

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