Elevating the Autophagic Process by Balancing the Biological Clock

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Phichamon Phetchahwang
Worasak Kaewkong

Abstract

Autophagy or self-eating is a cellular process that facilitates the elimination of deteriorated cellular components to prevent cellular dysfunction and disease development. This mechanism interrelates with the biological clock, the controlling system in the living organism through sleep-wake cycle. During sleep, biological clock stimulates tissue repairing hormone secretion, while the autophagy acts mainly on the clearance of metabolic wests. In the sleep deprivation state, the biological clock will be interfered and this could lead to several diseases such as neurodegenerative diseases, diabetes, fatty liver, cardiovascular diseases and cancers. Therefore, the healthy sleep habits combined with healthy diet and exercise will improve the biological clock and the activation of autophagy mechanism for better life and longevity.

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