Circadian rhythm refers to an internal biological clock that runs approximately on a 24 hour cycle. It is an innate, daily, fluctuation of behavioral and physiological functions, including sleep waking, generally tied to the 24 hour day-night cycle but sometimes to a different (e.g., 23 or 25 hour) periodicity when light/dark and other time cues are removed.
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Circadian rhythm refers to the daily biorhythm oscillation of heightened and lowered brain arousal observed throughout the wake/sleep cycle. It is likewise, the 24-hour cycle of physiological functions maintained by every person; the sleep-wake cycle