I'm starting to think it would be interesting to really adjust my sleep schedule for a year according to the sun, rather than consistent 10-6. This time of year where I live I'd be going to bed at 8:30 or so, but it would help me get that early morning sunlight which is supposed to be the best for circadian rhythms and otherwise, though I've not seen or looked for studies on that in particular.
I'm also thinking about:
"Melatonin is selectively taken up by mitochondrial membranes, a function not shared by other antioxidants" http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26087000
Why would that be? There must be a reason that it gets into the mitochondria where other antioxidants don't, and it must occur in circadian waves, so perhaps it has to do with energy regulation shifts during the circadian phases. And there must be a cell mitochondria barrier, just like a blood brain barrier and gut blood barrier, and maybe that gets leaky too!
I hope I get the credit when that concept goes down in history, 'cause you know no one else has ever thought of that!
ApoE 3/4 > Thanks in advance for any responses made to my posts.