SLEEP AND METABOLIC CONTROL: WAKING TO A PROBLEM?

@article{Trenell2007SLEEPAM,
  title={SLEEP AND METABOLIC CONTROL: WAKING TO A PROBLEM?},
  author={M. Trenell and N. Marshall and N. Rogers},
  journal={Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={34}
}
1 The aim of the present review is to outline: (i) the association between sleep and metabolism; (ii) how sleep duration influences the development of disease; and (iii) how sex differences, ageing and obesity may potentially influence the relationship between sleep, metabolic control and subsequent disease. 2 Sleep is associated with a number of endocrine changes, including a change in insulin action in healthy young individuals. Sleep duration shows a prospective U‐shaped relationship with… Expand
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