A single night of sleep deprivation increases ghrelin levels and feelings of hunger in normal‐weight healthy men

@article{Schmid2008ASN,
  title={A single night of sleep deprivation increases ghrelin levels and feelings of hunger in normal‐weight healthy men},
  author={Sebastian M. Schmid and Manfred Hallschmid and Kamila Jauch-Chara and Jan Born and Bernd Schultes},
  journal={Journal of Sleep Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={17}
}
Sleep loss is currently proposed to disturb endocrine regulation of energy homeostasis leading to weight gain and obesity. Supporting this view, a reduction of sleep duration to 4 h for two consecutive nights has recently been shown to decrease circulating leptin levels and to increase ghrelin levels, as well as self‐reported hunger. We hypothesized that similar endocrine alterations occur even after a single night of sleep restriction. In a balanced order, nine healthy normal‐weight men spent… 
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