Shift work is known to be harmful to our health. Are the health effects actually avoidable? Some companies need shift work which means some people have to do shift work.

Have people successfully achieved high quality sleep and high levels of health while working nights and sleeping during the day?

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    I edited your question heavily. Your theory of how people could adapt to shift work is interesting but irrelevant to your question, so I deleted it. And I deleted two of the three questions you asked. Please ask one at a time. – Carey Gregory Apr 8 '18 at 6:05
  • I felt like I needed to make it clearer somehow because common advice tends to be work only during daylight hours or reducing but not eliminating the effects shift work has on our circadian rhythm and sleep. – Brian Apr 9 '18 at 4:35
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    Your question is clear without all that. – Carey Gregory Apr 9 '18 at 4:48

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