Authors: Tariq Khan
The influence of sunlight on human biology including brain circadian rhythms is discussed. The impact of a lack of sunlight, allergens, and modern society on brain clocking and sleep is discussed in detail including specific data from bipolar disorder research. Evidence is provided noting the significance of brain clocking and its importance to overall human health and its variation compared to seasonal cycles and human behaviors. The nature and origin of specific forms of music matching the general themes are also noted.
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