Altered sleep–wake cycles and physical performance in athletes

@article{Reilly2007AlteredSC,
  title={Altered sleep–wake cycles and physical performance in athletes},
  author={Thomas Reilly and Ben R. Edwards},
  journal={Physiology & Behavior},
  year={2007},
  volume={90},
  pages={274-284}
}
Sleep-waking cycles are fundamental in human circadian rhythms and their disruption can have consequences for behaviour and performance. Such disturbances occur due to domestic or occupational schedules that do not permit normal sleep quotas, rapid travel across multiple meridians and extreme athletic and recreational endeavours where sleep is restricted or totally deprived. There are methodological issues in quantifying the physiological and performance consequences of alterations in the sleep… CONTINUE READING

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