Winter Camping and Our Internal Clock

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This interesting news article was in a local paper on February 15.

Article by Brett French, The Billings (Montana) Gazette.

“Camping in winter can be miserable. The nights seem painfully long. I toss, turn and check my watch frequently, wondering how it is that only an hour has passed since I last checked the clock.
New research may give winter campers like me some hope that those cold outings may be of benefit in an unusual way.
According to a study published in “Current Biology” by the Sleep and Chronobiology Lab at the University of Colorado Boulder, sleeping outside is a good way to reset your restless winter internal clock.”

Brett French’s complete article