Effects of three weeks of mild sleep restriction implemented in the home environment on multiple metabolic and endocrine markers in healthy young men.

@article{Robertson2013EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of three weeks of mild sleep restriction implemented in the home environment on multiple metabolic and endocrine markers in healthy young men.},
  author={M Denise Robertson and David Russell-Jones and A. Margot Umpleby and Derk-Jan Dijk},
  journal={Metabolism: clinical and experimental},
  year={2013},
  volume={62 2},
  pages={
          204-11
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Evidence for a causal relationship between sleep-loss and metabolism is derived primarily from short-term sleep deprivation studies in the laboratory. The objective of this study was to investigate whether small changes in sleep duration over a three week period while participants are living in their normal environment lead to changes in insulin sensitivity and other metabolic parameters. METHODS Nineteen healthy, young, normal-weight men were randomised to either sleep restriction… CONTINUE READING
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