Maximum brain activity on evening : why ?

Jared Blackburn enlil at utk.edu
Tue Sep 26 00:05:44 EST 2000


Well, some of us have it start at midnight, and then a crash ar 6-7 am
-- and for it to remain stable over long periods of time and through
moves.

I just wish I knew if it was due to a paradoxical action of melatonin,
atypical reaction to daylight cues, or something else.
-- 
Jared.
"Don't think me unkind
 if words are hard to find,
 They're only cheques I've left unsigned
 From the banks of chaos in my mind"
	-- The Police, "De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da"






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