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Advancing Human Circadian Rhythms with Afternoon Melatonin and Morning Intermittent Bright Light

Advancing Human Circadian Rhythms with Afternoon Melatonin and Morning Intermittent Bright Light

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    Revell, V.L., Burgess, H.J., Gazda, C.J., Smith, M.R., Fogg, L.F., & Eastman, C.I. (2006). The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 91(1), 54-59.

    Afternoon melatonin, morning intermittent bright light, and a gradually advancing sleep schedule advanced circadian rhythms almost 1 h/d and thus produced very little circadian misalignment. This treatment could be used in any situation in which people need to phase advance their circadian clock, such as before eastward jet travel or for delayed sleep phase syndrome.
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