What’s your chronotype?

By May 10, 2017 Hu Articles

Circadian Fact of the Day: Chronotype
By: Robert Soler, BIOS VP of Human Biological Technologies and Research

Chronotype refers to our self-selected preference for sleep and wake time. Age and sex can predict what these preferences are. New data reveals the amount of time you spend outdoors can also impact these preferences. BIOS lighting is designed to bring critical daytime cues into your workplace or school, to help your body feel like it’s been outside more. We do it in a color temperature you actually want to have inside. Learn more about BIOS SkyBlue™ Technology here.

Find out your chronotype: https://www.bioinfo.mpg.de/mctq/core_work_life/core/introduction.jsp

See how you compare to rest of the world: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/18419286/?i=29&from=chronotype%20roenneberg

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