Study Objectives: To investigate the dose-dependent impact of moderate alcohol intake on sleep-related cardiovascular (CV) function, in adult men and women.
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Cardiac Autonomic Function During Sleep: Effects of Alcohol Dependence and Evidence of Partial Recovery with Abstinence
Chronic alcoholism is associated with the development of cardiac and peripheral autonomic nervous system (ANS) pathology.
Women with Dysmenorrhoea Are Hypersensitive to Experimentally Induced Forearm Ischaemia During Painful Menstruation and During the Pain-Free Follicular Phase
We investigated whether women with dysmenorrhoea, compared with controls, have increased sensitivity to experimentally induced deep-tissue muscle ischaemia in a body area distant from that of referred menstrual pain.
Independent Contributions of Cortical Gray Matter, Aging, Sex and Alcoholism to K-Complex Amplitude Evoked During Sleep
The amplitude of the N550 component derived from the averaged evoked K-complex decreases with normal aging and with alcoholism. The study was designed to determine whether these declines are related to the extent of cortical or subcortical shrinkage.
The Influence of Reproductive Status and Age on Women’s Sleep
This review paper summarizes presentations from a conference update on the state of knowledge about the extent to which reproductive status and age influence women’s sleep.
Sleep and Menstrual-Related Disorders
There are few studies of sleep in menstrual-related disorders. Preliminary evidence indicates subtle differences in sleep and circadian regulation in women with severe premenstrual syndrome, and increased subjective sleepiness in the premenstrual phase.