Adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder is associated with alterations in circadian rhythms at the behavioural, endocrine and molecular levels

@article{Baird2012AdultAH,
  title={Adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder is associated with alterations in circadian rhythms at the behavioural, endocrine and molecular levels},
  author={Alison L. Baird and A N Coogan and Ayesha T Siddiqui and Rossen M. Donev and Johannes Thome},
  journal={Molecular Psychiatry},
  year={2012},
  volume={17},
  pages={988-995}
}
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in adults is associated with impaired sleep, and it has been postulated that this impairment may contribute to the psychopathology of this common condition. One key driver of sleep/wake cycles is the circadian system, which at the molecular level consists of a series of transcriptional feedback loops of clock genes, which in turn produce endocrine, physiological and behavioural outputs with a near 24 h periodicity. We set out to examine circadian… CONTINUE READING
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