What is body clock? For which he got the Nobel Prize for Medicine

Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young received the Nobel Prize for the significant discovery related to Body Clock, Learn What is Body Clock…

Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young have been awarded the Nobel Prize this year for their contributions to the field of medicine. All three have been awarded this award for doing research on body clock.

Actually, body clock reveals the biological functions of our body. All living beings, including animals and animals, have a 24-hour cycle in physical processes. It regulates various bodily processes including your sleep-wake time, hormone secretion, body temperature.

It is called ‘body clock’ or ‘javalaya’, ‘biological clock’ in medical language. In English it is called ‘body clock’, circadian rhythms, Biological rhythms or Biological rhythms.

Our body works in accordance with Javalaya. Like we are in deep sleep at 2 in the night. Our body temperature is minimum at 4:30 in the morning.

This especially helps in the treatment of people with weak immunity.

The Nobel Assembly, based at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, issued a statement saying, “This trio has been awarded the Nobel Prize for their discoveries of the molecular mechanisms that control circadian rhythms .”

These three scientists have discovered the method of controlling body clock by isolating that particular gene found in the body, which can help in the treatment of many diseases. Especially effective in sleep related problems.

Not only does immunity affect the body block, but it also affects the ability to think and understand and make decisions.

The Nobel committee has started announcing awards along with the field of medicine . In the coming days, Nobel Prize winners will be announced in Physics, Chemistry, Peace, Literature and Economics.


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