Menstrual changes in sleep, rectal temperature and melatonin rhythms in a subject with premenstrual syndrome

@article{Shinohara2000MenstrualCI,
  title={Menstrual changes in sleep, rectal temperature and melatonin rhythms in a subject with premenstrual syndrome},
  author={Kazuyuki Shinohara and Makoto Uchiyama and Masako Okawa and Kimihiko Saito and Fukuko Kimura},
  journal={Neuroscience Letters},
  year={2000},
  volume={281},
  pages={159-162}
}
We studied a sighted woman with premenstrual syndrome who showed menstrual changes in circadian rhythms. She showed alternative phase shifts in the sleep rhythm in the menstrual cycle: progressive phase advances in the follicular phase and phase delays in the luteal phase. Rectal temperature rhythm also showed similar menstrual changes, but the phase advance and delay started a few days earlier than changes in sleep-wake rhythm so that the two rhythms were dissociated around ovulation and… CONTINUE READING
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