desynchrony

desynchrony

 
a condition in which the envronmental cues and patterns, such as sleeping and eating, conflict with an individual's existing pattern; one type is jet lag.

desynchrony

a condition in which the environmental cues and patterns, such as sleeping and eating, conflict with an individual's existing pattern, as in jet lag.
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This edition incorporates information on pediatric sleep medicine and circadian physiology and the disorders of circadian desynchrony.
This effect further confirms tasimelteon's potential to reset the master body clock and address the circadian desynchrony which is inherent in Non-24-Hour Disorder (Non-24).
Food intake during the normal activity phase prevents obesity and circadian desynchrony in a rat model of night work.
This mismatch between the natural circadian rhythms of our bodies and the environment is called circadian desynchrony.
The human clock is controlled by our genes, and the research also suggests that some people may be more at risk of the effects of circadian desynchrony than others.
However, spatial heterogeneity in the efficiency of spread and desynchrony between the epidemics in different regions of China might lead to the underestimation of transmissibility on a national scale.
com)-- Melatonin is known to have cancer-protective properties, and shift work can induce desynchrony of the circadian system, reducing melatonin production.
Safety Center analysis of Class-A flight mishaps for FY00 to FY06 has found the percentages of the following fatigue-related HFACS nanocodes: fatigue-physiological/ mental, circadian rhythm desynchrony, and inadequate rest, in the aviation communities listed in the table.
The authors of the study speculate that the internal desynchrony of oscillators likely to result from a rotating light schedule may have dire consequences that may be exacerbated by age (Davidson et al.
In theory, treating night shifts as a new time zone and allowing long, uninterrupted stretches of nights should reduce the impact of circadian desynchrony on performance.
The desynchrony protocol affected sleep/wake time but not circadian rhythm, an internal mechanism that regulates behavior according to the rhythms of nature, such as night and day and the seasons.
In effect, the desynchrony protocol affected sleep/wake time but not circadian rhythm, an internal mechanism that regulates behavior according to the rhythms of nature, such as night and day and the seasons.