Adjustment of the Sleep-Wake Cycle to Small (1-2h) Changes in Schedule

@article{Valdez2003AdjustmentOT,
  title={Adjustment of the Sleep-Wake Cycle to Small (1-2h) Changes in Schedule},
  author={P. Valdez and C. Ram{\'i}rez and A{\'i}da Garc{\'i}a},
  journal={Biological Rhythm Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={34},
  pages={145 - 155}
}
Changes of schedules larger than 3 h, such as jet lag and shift work, require an adjustment period of several days to resynchronize the sleep-wake cycle and several weeks to resynchronize other circadian rhythms to the new schedule. Initial studies on adaptation to small changes of schedule (1-2 h) found that the sleep-wake cycle adapts to the new schedule in less than 48 h, and such modifications are generally not studied because they may be confounded by a potential masking effect. This… Expand
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