To sleep in or not? The science of chronobiology and the challenges to being a night owl

The science of chronobiology investigates biological rhythms and has shown that people can be classified as early, late or intermediate chronotypes. In layman terms, that translates to whether you are a ‘lark’, a ‘night owl’ or fall somewhere in between.   The NorthFace100 Singapore trail race is scheduled for an early morning start this year. […]

Blur The Boundary

Interestingly, my running has provided me with another tool to raise awareness about mental health and question perceptions even in everyday conversations. In addition to enhancing my own health, increasing my brain cells (neurogenesis – yes, research shows that running can do that!) and beating stress, I can also make a difference to our world, […]