Obesity may shut down cardiovascular system’s circadian clock

The results of a recent study were presented at this year’s Experimental Biology conference, and detail more of the adverse effects that obesity has on the human body. In this instance, they discovered that a key gene that regulates the cardiovascular system’s internal clock does not fluctuate in obese animals nearly as much as it does in those with a normal weight.

Natural circadian rhythms help keep the body active during the day and dormant at night. They essentially help our bodies determine when the body should be eating and when it should be sleeping. In obese individuals, however, that natural rhythm becomes disrupted. Obese people tend to eat at irregular hours and have a difficult time sleeping through the night.

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