Selective slow-wave sleep suppression affects glucose tolerance and melatonin secretion. The role of sleep architecture.

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Summary of "Selective slow-wave sleep suppression affects glucose tolerance and melatonin secretion. The role of sleep architecture."

Our study aimed to assess the impact of one night of slow-wave sleep (SWS) suppression on glucose tolerance, and explore whether melatonin plays a role in glucose tolerance impairment after SWS suppression.


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Name: Sleep medicine
ISSN: 1878-5506
Pages: 171-183


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