Circadian Timing and Chronic Disease
Circadian timing is when a person's daily behaviors occur such as eating and sleeping. Circadian timing may affect a persons health and well-being. Research is needed to learn if improving circadian timing impacts body metabolism (how a person processes and uses food). Which may lead to chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. The research we gain may aid future patients.
- All genders
- Over 18 years old
- Healthy Volunteers
- In Person
Who can participate?
Gender: All genders
Age: Over 18 years old
Volunteers: Healthy Volunteers
Location: In Person
- Ages 18 to 45 years old
- Overweight or obese
- Sleep less than 6.5 hours per night on average
- Attend in person at the University of Utah
- Chronic diseases such as diabetes, kidney, or heart disease
- Use prescription drugs for sleep or glucose metabolism
- Currently in weight loss or physical activity program
- Currently smoking
Will I be paid for my time?