Some articles on rhythms, rhythm:

Light Effects On Circadian Rhythm
... Numerous organisms maintain inherent individual daily rhythms to biological processes, known as circadian rhythms, that assist the organism in maintaining functional periodicity relative to the 24-hour ... These rhythms are maintained by the individual organisms, but due to variable individuality and environmental pressures, must continually or repeatedly be reset to synch with ... or entrainment, of the internal circadian rhythm with the external environment ...
Rhythms, Resolutions & Clusters - Track Listing
... Never Die TNT Standards It's All Around You Beacons of Ancestorship Other releases Rhythms, Resolutions Clusters In the Fishtank 5 The Brave and the Bold A Lazarus Taxon Yanni Live at the Acropolis ...
Sundowning (dementia) - Causes - Disturbances in Circadian Rhythms
... regulating our sleep patterns by maintaining our circadian rhythms ... These rhythms are also strongly associated with external light and dark cues ...
Los De Atrás Vienen Conmigo
... The album has a fusion of rhythms the band discovered during their visits to several countries ... They fuse rhythms of 'cumbia villera' native to Argentina, and rhythms of Balkan music ...
Sacred Warrior - Discography
1989 Master's Command (Review Cross Rhythms) 1990 Wicked Generation (Review Cross Rhythms, CCM Magazine) 1991 Obsessions (Review Cross Rhythms) 1993 ...

Famous quotes containing the word rhythms:

    His style is eminently colloquial, and no wonder it is strange to meet with in a book. It is not literary or classical; it has not the music of poetry, nor the pomp of philosophy, but the rhythms and cadences of conversation endlessly repeated.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Coming to terms with the rhythms of women’s lives means coming to terms with life itself, accepting the imperatives of the body rather than the imperatives of an artificial, man-made, perhaps transcendentally beautiful civilization. Emphasis on the male work-rhythm is an emphasis on infinite possibilities; emphasis on the female rhythms is an emphasis on a defined pattern, on limitation.
    Margaret Mead (1901–1978)

    Our father presents an optional set of rhythms and responses for us to connect to. As a second home base, he makes it safer to roam. With him as an ally—a love—it is safer, too, to show that we’re mad when we’re mad at our mother. We can hate and not be abandoned, hate and still love.
    Judith Viorst (20th century)