Early rising children are more active than late risers

  • Jun Kohyama
  • Published 2007 in Neuropsychiatric disease and treatment


BACKGROUND A low level of physical activity impacts mental as well as physical health. This study investigated the daily lifestyle habits that affect physical activity in young children. METHODS The relationship between physical activity, assessed by means of a Mini-Mitter Actiwatch device, and observed daily lifestyle habits was analyzed for 204 children… (More)


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@article{Kohyama2007EarlyRC, title={Early rising children are more active than late risers}, author={Jun Kohyama}, journal={Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment}, year={2007}, volume={3}, pages={959 - 963} }