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Sleep Deprivation and Physiological Responses. A Case Report
Journal of Functional Morphology and Kinesiology
The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of 72-h sleep deprivation on normal daily activities (work, family, and sports), and to investigate whether sleep can be chronically reduced without dangerous consequences. Methods: The participant in this study was an adult male (age 41 years; mass 69 kg; height 173 cm). During the 72 h, data were collected every 6 h, involving a baseline (pre-deprivation). We monitored various parameters: Oxidative Stress (D-Rom and Bap test), Psychologicaldoi:10.3390/jfmk4020017 pmid:33467332 fatcat:jba7eemjxrdpnhmgg4ow6dysnq