It's not only during student years that we tend to stay awake long into the night.
Nearly twenty percent of us have to deal with disturbed working patterns at some point in our career.
Several crucial sectors of our socio-economical system ranging from healthcare through military services need shift workers.
Nocturnal light exposure influences production of melatonin - the main hormone responsible for controlling our circadian rhythm. By changing its production, irregular night work stimulates...