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    Jet Lag Research Paper

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    What is jet lag? When an individual travels from one-time zone to another, it causes them to feel weary and exhausted, this temporary disorder is identified as jet lag, also known as desynchronosis. Our bodies have an internal clock which indicates when we must go to sleep and wake up. This “internal clock” is better known as the, circadian rhythms of the body. Circadian rhythms have an effect on the body temperature, sleep and wakefulness, and various hormonal changes. In order for an individual to perform at its highest potential, and be alert, one must keep their circadian rhythms fine-tuned by getting enough sleep. The pineal gland plays a huge role in helping the body produce melatonin to help maintain these rhythms. When an individual…

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    Jet Lag Speech

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    aboard just in time for dinner, and after three hours, at 11:00 P.M (New York time) the lights were turned off and they assumed for them to go to sleep. But they couldn’t sleep because it was very uncomfortable. At 3:00 A.M (still New York time), they woke up to fill passport forms and have breakfast, at the same time lights were turned on. When they finally got to the hotel, they checked in by 1:00 P.M Rome time, but 7:00 A.M in New York time. They decide to take a tour through Rome and make…

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    Circadian Desynchrony

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    The human circadian rhythm is a vital part of a person’s internal clock system. “Circadian desynchrony, is a sleep disorder where there is a mismatch with the body’s natural circadian rhythm and external environment.” (Choy & Salbu, 2011) This argues the fact that by switching time zones and environments that the body is not accustomed to will lead to irregular sleep cycles. Specifically when the body is moved across over two time zones it will lead to the perceived symptoms of jet lag (Choy &…

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    “Daylight Savings”… are curse words for moms along with “Time Change” and “Fall Back”. Two times a year, we feel the need to mess with our sleep schedules that we spend the rest of the year working to perfect so that mommies can have alone time, or clean up time, or even wine time., no judgment! I’m originally from the Saskatchewan myself, one of the few places in the world next to Hawaii that does not observe daylight savings. Our reason was it affected the farmers, they needed all the…

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    Circadian Clock Essay

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    The Circadian clock which is the 24h day and night cycle is having an effect on the psychological activity of all organisms. These processes involve activities such as the wave pattern of the brain, melatonin, and other biological aspects. Melatonin is a hormone in the brain that helps our body to control the sleep and wake cycles. A small portion of it can be found in some certain food such as meat and fruits. Our internal “clock” in our bodies that controls the sleep and wake cycles can also…

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    Daylight Savings Essay

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    4 Tips to survive Daylight Savings with Children “Daylight Savings”… are curse words for moms along with “Time Change” and “Fall Back”. Two times a year, we feel the need to mess with our sleep schedules that we spend the rest of the year working to perfect so that mommies can have alone time, or clean up time, or even wine time., no judgment! I’m originally from the Saskatchewan myself, one of the few places in the world next to Hawaii that does not observe daylight savings. Our reason was…

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    Some people think daylight savings time is not good. However other people think other wise. Daylight savings time or D.A.T can help increase the sunlight effect on Cardiovascular Illnesses, Prevent Vitamin D deficiency,and also Reduce Exposure to Aftificial Lighting. It's been around for years now. So why take it away. Daylight savings time can increase the sunlight effect on cardiovascular illnesses by lowering blood pressure. “ The journal of Investigative Dermatology tested 24…

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    John H Johnson was one of the most influential African-American historian that I've ever studied because he started his own company in a black community full of poverty which was often invaded by white supremacists. In his magazine, he supported black civil rights leaders by writing about the struggle for the children and businesses. Though he grew up in poverty, he tried very hard to get a good education this lead him to write and read extremely well. He started Jet magazine with a 500 dollar…

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    The Mason Wins The Prize

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    Question: Analyze the theme of "right and wrong" in The Mason Wins the Prize "Right and wrong" changes over the course of the periods and is seen differently depending on the time setting and a person's point of view. The theme of "right and wrong" is demonstrated throughout the story, The Mason Wins the Prize. The story The Mason Wins the Prize is a Chinese folktale that tells the story of a young mason who falls in love with a magistrate's daughter. Since the mason isn't at the same class…

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    Martial Arts Influence

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    makers. They noticed the beauty of Shaolin and the skill required to perform it. Soon, directors began to script movies with this type of martial arts in their films. Shaolin had a huge impact on the genre of martial arts films. Chinese opera consisted of elaborate and graceful moves, which made moviemakers decided to input some of these moves into their movies. Shaolin was one of the first forms of martial arts and was similar to the acrobatic moves in Chinese opera; therefore, filmmakers…

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