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Kanta Kon, Hiroshi Tsuneki, Hisakatsu Ito, Yoshinori Takemura, Kiyofumi Sato, Mitsuaki Yamazaki, Yoko Ishii, Masakiyo Sasahara, Assaf Rudich, Takahiro Maeda, Tsutomu Wada and Toshiyasu Sasaoka

-type (sleep-independent) and 2-SORA-type (possibly sleep-dependent) mechanisms underlie the chronotherapeutic effects against type 2 diabetes associated with sleep disturbances. Sleep disorders are more prevalent in patients with type 2 diabetes than control

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Jodi F Evans, Shahidul Islam, Yoshihiro Urade, Naomi Eguchi and Louis Ragolia

sleep disturbances are potential contributors to increased HPA axis activity in L-PGDS KO mice. Lack of L-PGDS is associated with increased production of IL1β in L-PGDS KO mice ( Tanaka et al . 2009 ). Increased production of this inflammatory cytokine

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Daniela Leite de Oliveira, Camila Hirotsu, Sergio Tufik and Monica Levy Andersen

adequate doses of vitamin D still difficult. Nevertheless, this review brings important information regarding the benefits of vitamin D for pain-related conditions and sleep disturbances. Thus, we can hypothesize that suitable vitamin D supplementation

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Isis Gabrielli Barbieri de Oliveira, Marcos Divino Ferreira Junior, Paulo Ricardo Lopes, Dhiogenes Balsanufo Taveira Campos, Marcos Luiz Ferreira-Neto, Eduardo Henrique Rosa Santos, Paulo Cezar de Freitas Mathias, Flávio Andrade Francisco, Bruna Del Vechio Koike, Carlos Henrique de Castro, André Henrique Freiria-Oliveira, Gustavo Rodrigues Pedrino, Rodrigo Mello Gomes and Daniel Alves Rosa

and installing SAP-LNRB software. References Alibhai FJ Tsimakouridze EV Reitz CJ Pyle WG Martino TA 2015 Consequences of circadian and sleep disturbances for the cardiovascular system . Canadian Journal of Cardiology 31 860 – 872

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S R Davis, I Dinatale, L Rivera-Woll and S Davison

relevant improvement in sleep disturbance at one year follow-up. Physical functioning and bodily pain, two components of the SF36 wellbeing questionnaire, were also reported to have improved at 12 months. However, the statistical methodology used in the

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Marian Joëls and E Ronald de Kloet

clinical trial demonstrated that dexamethasone therapy of young patients suffering from acute lymphoblastic leukaemia caused in about 30% of these patients severe adverse neuropsychological effects and sleep disturbances, which were ameliorated by cortisol

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Shannon M Bailey, Uduak S Udoh and Martin E Young

misalignment in shift workers may contribute toward development of cardiometabolic disease. The influence of sleep disturbances (e.g. too little sleep) and/or psychosocial stressors should not be overlooked as additional risk factors for metabolic disease in