Spending a weekend out camping resets the clock inside our bodies that influences sleeping habits, scientists at a US university have discovered.
The team argue that time in the great outdoors could help those struggling to get up in the morning and boost health.
The researchers said swapping bricks and mortar for canvas was not a long-term solution.
But exposing ourselves to more bright light in the day (and less at night) could help.
Our body has a daily “circadian” rhythm that anticipates day and night to co-ordinate how our body works.—Radio Pakistan