The Nobel Prize You Should Remember

Here at Roomz.asia our team works very hard to achieve our targets from online tasks like software development and maintenance to offline tasks like room management solutions that ease the life of the landlords massively… There are many ambitious entrepreneurs who dedicate so much time, energy and effort to achieve the professional goals they set for themselves that they tend to spend countless of sleepless nights in order to take care of their responsibilities.

Often we tend to forget to take care of ourselves when we are busy but there is one news that came from the world recently which is definitely worth paying attention to. So recently there has been a new Nobel Prize award handed over to Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young in the field of Physiology or Medicine. What they were awarded for was discovering the mechanisms that affect our body clock or, as it’s scientifically known, circadian rythm. Just the other day World economic Forum reported:

Understanding how our bodies keep time has “vast implications” for health, said the Nobel committee, who awarded the prize. When working well, our inner clocks adapt our physiology to the dramatically different phases of the day, regulating critical functions such as behaviour, hormone levels, sleep, body temperature and metabolism.

Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W. Young, the nobel prize winners of 2017 in the field of Physiology or Medicine.

It practically means that there is a direct correlation between our helath and our cyrcadian rythm. To put it simply, it means that health depends on our sleeping and resting patterns.

This is just a reminder of how much we need to take care of ourselves and our sleeping pattern. We might not finish all the tasks in time if we took a few extra hours of sleep but if we are not well rested, all the effort we made would become irrelevant once we start facing health issues because of our lack of rest. Think about it, what do you really prioritize? And take care.