Brain Function and Effects of Shift Work: Implications for Clinical Neuropharmacology

@article{Garbarino2002BrainFA,
  title={Brain Function and Effects of Shift Work: Implications for Clinical Neuropharmacology},
  author={S. Garbarino and M. Beelke and G. Costa and C. Violani and F. Lucidi and F. Ferrillo and W. Sannita},
  journal={Neuropsychobiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={45},
  pages={50 - 56}
}
Night or shift work is to a relevant extent unavoidable, suits a growing preference for flexibility and is predicted to spread. However, a significant percentage of shift workers report discomfort or health problems and they often (15–20% of cases) move to different occupations. Apart from social implications, the issue has medical and scientific relevance, with evidence suggesting that the circadian rhythm phases are neither equivalent nor interchangeable with respect to function and… Expand
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