Diurnal and menstrual cycles in body temperature are regulated differently: a 28-day ambulatory study in healthy women with thermal discomfort of cold extremities and controls.

@article{Kruchi2014DiurnalAM,
  title={Diurnal and menstrual cycles in body temperature are regulated differently: a 28-day ambulatory study in healthy women with thermal discomfort of cold extremities and controls.},
  author={Kurt Kr{\"a}uchi and Katarzyna Konieczka and Corina Roescheisen-Weich and Britta Gompper and Daniela Hauenstein and Andreas Sch{\"o}tzau and Stephan Fraenkl and J. Flammer},
  journal={Chronobiology international},
  year={2014},
  volume={31 1},
  pages={102-13}
}
Diurnal cycle variations in body-heat loss and heat production, and their resulting core body temperature (CBT), are relatively well investigated; however, little is known about their variations across the menstrual cycle under ambulatory conditions. The main purpose of this study was to determine whether menstrual cycle variations in distal and proximal… CONTINUE READING