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Central and baroreflex control of heart period during the wake-sleep cycle in spontaneously hypertensive rats

Chiara Berteotti, Valentina Asti, Vera Ferrari, Carlo Franzini, Pierluigi Lenzi, Giovanna Zoccoli, Alessandro Silvani
2007 American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology  
The relative contribution of central commands to the control of heart period, estimated from the negative peak value of the CCF, was lower in SHR than in WKY during REMS.  ...  The relative baroreflex contribution to the control of heart period, estimated from the positive peak value of the CCF, was lower in SHR than in WKY during QW but not during NREMS.  ...  Our CCF analysis, which is based on the whole time series of HP and MAP, yields information similar to other linear techniques, which focus on spontaneous ramps of arterial pressure and are based on the  ... 
doi:10.1152/ajpregu.00086.2007 pmid:17459912 fatcat:5kgtfstg6baenfqhg4euonwmbm

Sleep-dependent changes in the coupling between heart period and blood pressure in human subjects

Alessandro Silvani, Daniela Grimaldi, Stefano Vandi, Giorgio Barletta, Roberto Vetrugno, Federica Provini, Giulia Pierangeli, Chiara Berteotti, Pasquale Montagna, Giovanna Zoccoli, Pietro Cortelli
2008 American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology  
Sleep-dependent changes in the coupling between heart period and blood pressure in human subjects.  ...  We investigated whether in human subjects, the pattern of coupling between the spontaneous fluctuations of heart period (HP) and those of systolic blood pressure (SBP) differs among wake-sleep states.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This study was part of the Ph.D. research program of Dr. D. Grimaldi.  ... 
doi:10.1152/ajpregu.00756.2007 pmid:18272662 fatcat:zckz6bqnpfhr3fzzpbs56lxcqu

Sleep-Dependent Changes in the Coupling Between Heart Period and Arterial Pressure in Newborn Lambs

Alessandro Silvani, Valentina Asti, Tijana Bojic, Vera Ferrari, Carlo Franzini, Pierluigi Lenzi, Daniel A Grant, Adrian M Walker, Giovanna Zoccoli
2005 Pediatric Research  
Heart rhythm thus may be more tightly controlled by the baroreceptor reflex and less dependent on central autonomic commands in quiet sleep than either in quiet wakefulness or in active sleep.  ...  HP and MAP beat-to-beat values were computed from 120-s blood pressure recordings during quiet wakefulness, active sleep, and quiet sleep.  ...  Time lags at the positive peak of the HP versus MAP cross-correlation function may reflect the latency of the maximal sinus node response to a change in MAP (26) rather than the latency of the earliest  ... 
doi:10.1203/01.pdr.0000148065.32413.b0 pmid:15531745 fatcat:abar6ivlivdercoh6n3k474zcu

Recovery of Neurological Function Despite Immediate Sleep Disruption Following Diffuse Brain Injury in the Mouse: Clinical Relevance to Medically Untreated Concussion

Rachel K. Rowe, Jordan L. Harrison, Bruce F. O'Hara, Jonathan Lifshitz
2014 Sleep  
In the hour following the first dark onset, sleep-disrupted mice exhibited a significant increase in sleep; however, this increase was not sustained and there was no rebound of lost sleep.  ...  Regardless of sleep disruption, mice showed a time-dependent improvement in Rotarod performance, with braininjured mice having significantly shorter latencies on day 7 compared to sham.  ...  Kathryn Saatman for training on behavioral techniques used in these studies. We would also like to thank the members of the laboratory for their help with sleep disruption.  ... 
doi:10.5665/sleep.3582 pmid:24899763 pmcid:PMC4044747 fatcat:kadoptppa5e3vk7ppg2s6jjezi

Influence of resistance exercise on autonomic nervous system and sleep
Uticaj vežbanja uz primenu otpora na autonomni nervni sistem i spavanje

Ivan Stanić, Tomislav Smoljo, Barbara Barun, Mario Habek
2018 Medicinski Podmladak  
There are other factors responsible for the influence of exercise on our body.  ...  In this article we will discuss multiple benefits of resistance training on autonomic nervous system function and sleep.  ...  Autoregulation in skeletal muscles during increased needs causes vasodilatation and therefore decreased amount of blood would be directed to the CNS if there were not any other regulatory mechanisms.  ... 
doi:10.5937/mp69-18103 fatcat:goztj4x3xjc4vjwmcgkrdroejq

Method of Electrical Stimulation Triggered by Cardiac Cycle to Facilitate the Treatment of Fibromyalgia and other Chronic Diseases - Systolic Extinction Training (SET) Protocol

Kati Thieme
2014 General Medicine Open Access  
blood pressure (BP) and pain in fibromyalgia and chronic pain patients.  ...  Conclusion: The described electrical stimulation design is used to activate NTS reflex arcs.  ...  Joanne Jordan) at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and Dr. John B.  ... 
doi:10.4172/2327-5146.1000166 fatcat:zriglprsjnacnnfehiowxqaj7y

Cardiovascular physiology and sleep

Virend K Somers
2003 Frontiers in Bioscience  
., Involvement of the baroreceptor reflexes in the changes in blood pressure with sleep and mental arousal, 80, 1627 (1996) 57. Badr MS, M.  ...  ., Effects of wake and sleep stages on the 24-h autonomic control of blood pressure and heart rate in recumbent men, Am J Physiol, 266, H548 (1994) 30.  ... 
doi:10.2741/1105 pmid:12700080 fatcat:q5f7xzwzrjf6xnsmxziwpdyh2q

Dynamic coupling between the central and autonomic nervous systems during sleep: A review

Massimiliano de Zambotti, John Trinder, Alessandro Silvani, Ian M. Colrain, Fiona C. Baker
2018 Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews  
These criteria were, in turn, largely based on visual scoring systems developed 80 years ago (Loomis et al., 1937) .  ...  This characterization follows standardized rules based on visual detection and discrimination of electroencephalography (EEG), electromyography, and electrooculography features within fixed discrete time  ...  The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the funding agencies.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neubiorev.2018.03.027 pmid:29608990 pmcid:PMC5993613 fatcat:cfackd2gwrgqfoejddtgwkxhg4

Alcohol disrupts sleep homeostasis

Mahesh M. Thakkar, Rishi Sharma, Pradeep Sahota
2015 Alcohol  
In healthy non-alcoholics, acute alcohol decreases sleep latency, consolidates and increases the quality (delta power) and quantity of NREM sleep during the first half of the night.  ...  Alcohol is a potent somnogen and one of the most commonly used "over the counter" sleep aids.  ...  Acknowledgments This work is supported by resources, including the use of facilities, from Research Services, Harry S.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.alcohol.2014.07.019 pmid:25499829 pmcid:PMC4427543 fatcat:ef6jncqsd5einoh73eczmfqoue

Manifestations and consequences of obstructive sleep apnoea

J H Peter, U Koehler, L Grote, T Podszus
1995 European Respiratory Journal  
In addition to the care and treatment of patients with severe obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome (OSAS), future patient management will need to focus on patients with milder forms of obstructive sleep apnoea  ...  function and the autonomic nervous system, as well as the effects of SRBD on a variety of physiological processes during wakefulness.  ...  We have demonstrated that blood pressure treatment without knowing the effect of treatment on blood pressure during sleep has a limited value.  ... 
pmid:8575587 fatcat:p4zaxukd6zha3iii4gfktjinti

Neuropeptides' Hypothalamic Regulation of Sleep Control in Children Affected by Functional Non-Retentive Fecal Incontinence

Vincenzo Monda, Marco Carotenuto, Francesco Precenzano, Diego Iacono, Antonietta Messina, Monica Salerno, Francesco Sessa, Valentina Lanzara, Giovanni Messina, Giuseppe Quatrosi, Rosaria Nardello, Francesca Felicia Operto (+10 others)
2020 Brain Sciences  
This study aimed to focus on specific neurophysiological aspects to investigate on the possible relationship between sleep organizational abnormalities and FNRFI.  ...  In terms of possible relationship between incontinence and sleep, disorders of sleep organization have been observed in the pathogenesis of enuresis so generating the hypothesis that the orexinergic system  ...  This regulatory circuit coordinates descending limb of the micturition reflex with a central limb that initiates arousal and shifts the focus of attention to facilitate so elimination behavior.  ... 
doi:10.3390/brainsci10030129 pmid:32106434 pmcid:PMC7139357 fatcat:lddzdfhe3rbt7hkv4e542f6lee

When the Locus Coeruleus Speaks Up in Sleep: Recent Insights, Emerging Perspectives

Alejandro Osorio-Forero, Najma Cherrad, Lila Banterle, Laura M. J. Fernandez, Anita Lüthi
2022 International Journal of Molecular Sciences  
This review turns attention to the LC's roles during sleep. We show that these roles go beyond down-scaled versions of the ones in wakefulness.  ...  Novel dynamic assessments of noradrenaline signaling and LC activity uncover a rich diversity of activity patterns that establish the LC as an integral portion of sleep regulation and function.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors are grateful for the critical and constructive reading of earlier versions of the manuscript, in particular S. Astori, M. Bandarabadi, G. Foustoukos, F. Siclari, and M.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijms23095028 pmid:35563419 pmcid:PMC9099715 fatcat:beonbfojwng5fe5go5it2ktr7a

Behavioural and arousal-related influences on breathing in humans

SA Shea
1996 Experimental Physiology  
It should be noted that the passivity of ventilation in these studies has been determined using various, usually subjective, criteria based on the regularity and shape of the airway pressure waveforms,  ...  (Indeed, it seems possible that hypocapnia and/or reduced cerebral blood flow can serve to facilitate the onset of sleep.)  ... 
doi:10.1113/expphysiol.1996.sp003911 pmid:8869137 fatcat:w4qrcrlanzhxnhjb2wdcxjpveu

Sympathetic and Catecholaminergic Alterations in Sleep Apnea with Particular Emphasis on Children

Fahed Hakim, David Gozal, Leila Kheirandish-Gozal
2012 Frontiers in Neurology  
role in some of the mechanisms underlying OSA-induced morbidities.  ...  , increased intra-thoracic pressure swings, and sleep fragmentation, as elicited by the episodic changes in upper airway resistance during sleep.  ...  One well established sleep-associated cardiovascular change is the decrease in blood pressure and heart rate that occurs during sleep in a variety of species, a phenomenon generally referred to as "blood  ... 
doi:10.3389/fneur.2012.00007 pmid:22319509 pmcid:PMC3268184 fatcat:jb2kippubjgb7csqiqracbnieu

Neurobiology and sleep disorders in cluster headache

Mads Christian Johannes Barloese
2015 The Journal of Headache and Pain  
Further, it is made plausible that the headache attacks are but one aspect of a more complex syndrome of central dysregulation manifesting as sleep-related complaints, sub-clinical autonomic dysregulation  ...  We aimed to investigate the clinical presentation of chronobiological features, the presence of concurrent sleep disorders and the relationship with particular sleep phases or phenomena, the possible role  ...  Funding For the individual studies please see [12, 28, [51] [52] [53] . No funding was received for the writing of this review.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s10194-015-0562-0 pmid:26289164 pmcid:PMC4542772 fatcat:hlgdoozuejgsxbmtnrssowbfnq
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