Nathalie Pross

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OBJECTIVE To evaluate the effects of a change in water intake on mood and sensation in 22 habitual high-volume (HIGH; 2-4 L/d) and 30 low-volume (LOW; <1.2 L/d) drinkers who were asked to respectively decrease and increase their daily water intake. METHOD During baseline HIGH consumed 2.5 L and LOW 1 L of water/day. During 3 controlled intervention days(More)
Biomarkers of hydration change in response to acute dehydration; however, their responsiveness to changes in fluid intake volume, without exercise or heat exposure, has not been adequately described. Moreover, patterns of circadian variation in hydration biomarkers have not been established. The study aims were to (1) assess the response of hydration(More)
The present study evaluated, using a well-controlled dehydration protocol, the effects of 24 h fluid deprivation (FD) on selected mood and physiological parameters. In the present cross-over study, twenty healthy women (age 25 (SE 0.78) years) participated in two randomised sessions: FD-induced dehydration v. a fully hydrated control condition. In the FD(More)
The majority of the studies conducted on sleep deprivation has been dedicated to the consequences on the psychomotor performances. However, the impact of a debt of sleep on the skin has never been studied to date. Fourteen Caucasian females subjects (3040 years) were included in this study that consisted in 3 sessions: baseline session (2 days), chronic(More)
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