Overnight heart rate variability and next day cortisol response during simulated on-call conditions.

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Summary of "Overnight heart rate variability and next day cortisol response during simulated on-call conditions."

This study had two specific objectives, 1) to investigate the impact of being on-call on overnight heart rate variability during sleep and; 2) to examine whether being on-call overnight impacted next-day salivary cortisol concentrations.


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Name: Psychoneuroendocrinology
ISSN: 1873-3360
Pages: 104406


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