Sleep and 24 hour body temperatures: a comparison in young men, naturally cycling women and women taking hormonal contraceptives.

Abstract

Body temperature has a circadian rhythm, and in women with ovulatory cycles, also a menstrual rhythm. Body temperature and sleep are believed to be closely coupled, but the influence on their relationship of gender, menstrual cycle phase and female reproductive hormones is unresolved. We investigated sleep and 24 h rectal temperatures in eight women with… (More)

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@article{Baker2001SleepA2, title={Sleep and 24 hour body temperatures: a comparison in young men, naturally cycling women and women taking hormonal contraceptives.}, author={Fiona C. Baker and Jonathan I Waner and Eduardo F Vieira and Sheila R. Taylor and Helen S. Driver and Duncan Mitchell}, journal={The Journal of physiology}, year={2001}, volume={530 Pt 3}, pages={565-74} }