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Sleep onset growth hormone secretion is a reliable and reproducible finding in young adults and children. Secretion typically occurs during the first non-REM period of sleep and, despite some evidence to the contrary, growth hormone secretion has frequently been associated with the first period of slow wave sleep. By measuring delta wave activity (0.5-2 Hz)(More)
Although several neuroendocrine abnormalities have been described in depressed patients, relatively little attention has been paid to the pattern of prolactin secretion during sleep. Sleep disturbances are frequently found in depressed patients, and the sleep electroencephalogram (EEG) typically shows significant changes in the first and last 100 min, when(More)
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