Circadian rhythms are 24-hour cycles determining periodicity in various physiological processes, including nervous system activity and hormone production, which influences sleeping and feeding patterns. These rhythms are regulated by endogenous networks of gene activity and can be modulated by changes in the environment, such as sunlight and temperature.
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