Mood and metabolic consequences of sleep deprivation as a potential endophenotype' in bipolar disorder.

@article{Aydin2013MoodAM,
  title={Mood and metabolic consequences of sleep deprivation as a potential endophenotype' in bipolar disorder.},
  author={Adem Aydin and Yavuz Selvi and L{\"u}tfullah Beşiroğlu and Murat Boysan and Abdullah Atli and Osman Ozdemir and Sultan Kiliç and Ragıp Balaharoglu},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2013},
  volume={150 2},
  pages={284-94}
}
It has been commonly recognized that circadian rhythm and sleep/wake cycle are causally involved in bipolar disorder. There has been a paucity of systematic research considering the relations between sleep and mood states in bipolar disorder. The current study examines the possible influences of sleep deprivation on mood states and endocrine functions among first-degree relatives of patients with bipolar disorder and healthy controls. Blood samples were taken at two time points in the… CONTINUE READING

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