“This new study is part of a burgeoning field of research known as chronotherapy, in which medical treatments are timed to correspond with the body's natural 24-hour circadian rhythm.”
“One method called "chronotherapy" has people move their sleeping and waking times three hours forward every day -- going to bed at 2 a.m., then 5 a.m., then 8 a.m. and so on until they reach a reasonable evening bedtime -- and try to settle there.”
“Teens with a severely delayed sleep phase 3 to 4 hours may benefit from chronotherapy.”
“We hesitate to try chronotherapy because we've been afraid it would put us onto a 26-hour day, permanently cycling forever, since even the caregivers in the family have the problem.”
“Asthmatics were some of the first patients to benefit from chronotherapy as it took hold in the West, first in Europe and now, increasingly, in the United States.”
“Like so many new ideas in Western medicine, chronotherapy has roots in the East.”
“GUPTA: With chronotherapy, chemo drugs are pumped in on a precise timetable synchronized to the body's internal rhythms.”
“GUPTA (voice-over): With few options left, Clankey (ph) tried something called chronotherapy.”
“COHEN: And so if you go and ask for chronotherapy in most places they're just going to tell you, you know, we don't do it here?”
“GUPTA: With chronotherapy, patients are quizzed about their habits, sleep patterns, diet, exercise -- all things that impact the body's internal clock.”
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