Could Cupping Therapy Improve Circadian Rhythm?

Cupping therapy is an alternative form of medicine where a fine needle is placed on the skin using heated, small cups. The process mainly takes place in Asia but also at present in Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East. Cupping is known as a pseudo-science and its use as quackery. There have been … Read more

The Two Hormones That Control The Circadian Rhythm

The circadian rhythm controls two hormones which either make you extremely sleepy or wake you up at night. These are known as cortisol and melatonin. When you have a regular cycle, the brain’s natural clock or the circadian rhythm, slowly releases these hormones to inform the body about the time it is day or night. … Read more