Goce Delcev University, Turkey
Eda Alemdar her studies and researches at University of Goce Delcev, Faculty of Medicine in Macedonia. Alemdar has two international patents in medicine. She has two inventions, one for cataract treatment and the other one for sinusitis treatment. She was involved in several international projects. These projects are about biological clock & biological rhythm and diseases related to environment.
The biological clock found in organisms is a biological rhythm that reflect the oscillations of night and day. This forms the psychological and physical, and provides both stable regulation and oscillations that occur in living beings. It also shapes the way the body functions. A failure of this biological clock amidst this cycle within the operational shape of this rhythm is accepted as a basic factor of many diseases. Researches summarized on internal and external factors in the formation of a biological clock, and found that external factors have a greater influence. Some studies by researchers looking at the relationship between biological rhythm and the moon, assumed that biological rhythms are an advantageous genetic adaptation and has a life value that results from the evolution of life forms in a changing environment thru the predictable cycles of 24-hour, month, and year. Of these periods, the 24-hour cycle of light/dark is the principle synchronizer. Circadian, monthly, and circannual rhythms (yearly cycle) are also the basic focus of considerable research. Indeed, we suggests that the reproduction over the same biological cycle observed in some plants and water-borne animals can be maintained between various species, including Homo sapiens. The best time for the treatment of diseases is the last three in the night and the last three in the day. Accordingly, the treatments are the time zone near to sunrise and sunset. It should not be forgotten that this situation may change according to the countries in the direction of latitude and longitude. The theses in our study offers theoretical information for future research. We believe that the data here will be a key resource for subsequent experiment-based studies.