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The principal nocturnal GH peak normally coincides with the first episode of slow wave sleep (SWS). Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) patients have low nocturnal GH levels which may be explained by their(More)
During sleep, in thermoneutral conditions, the noise of a passing vehicle induces a biphasic cardiac response, a transient peripheral vasoconstriction and sleep disturbances. The present study was(More)
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