Daytime napping results in an underestimation of thermal strain during exercise in the heat.

Abstract

We were very interested to read the recent article by Tokizawa et al that investigated the effect of partial sleep restriction (PSR) and a daytime nap on thermal strain during exercise heat stress. Tokizawa et al confirm our previous findings that disrupted sleep does not affect thermal strain during exercise-heat-stress in the morning but extend our… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/oemed-2015-103108

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