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A 18-year-old member asked:

which better studying at night or at the morning and why ?

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Dr. Sahba Ferdowsi
General Practice 18 years experience
It Depends: There is no "better" time to study, it depends on the individual's circadian rhythm and at what time they prefer to study. If you are a night person, perhaps you will do better studying at night, and vise-versa.

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I sometimes found it difficult to see at night.

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Cataracts: Dear hummus10716, poor night vision can be a symptom of cataracts in older individuals, deficiency of vitamin a or zinc, or a condition called retinitis pigmentosa that occurs in people before the age of 30. It is a good idea to see your eye specialist as soon as possible, as many causes of night vision loss are treatable.

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