18) Lieven De Cauter
and Michiel Dehaene, "The Space of Play: Towards a General Theory of Heterotopia" in Heterotopia and the City: Public Space in Postcivil Society, ed.
Short-term studies show that cognitive problems follow sleep deprivation, but scientists have no idea whether those problems relate to longer-term decline in memory or degenerative brain disorders, Van Cauter
4 The terms 'dual society' and 'capsularisation' are both taken from De Cauter
, Lieven The Capsular Civilisation: On the city in the age of fear, NAi Publishers, Rotterdam, 2004.
, Leproult, and Kupfer (1996) noted that lifelong physical and emotional stress affects adrenocorticotropic activity negatively during the aging process.
These findings strongly suggest that obstructive sleep apnea is likely to contribute to elevated cortisol levels in women with PCOS and could play a role in the risk for adverse metabolic alterations in this patient population," concluded researchers Eve Van Cauter
Joining reedsman Rimington will be trombonist Fredrik John from Sweden, pianist Svenne Topgaard, drummer Keith Minter, both from Denmark, and Belgians banjo/guitar-man Koen de Cauter
and bassist Dajo de Cauter
Professor Eve Van Cauter
, from the University of Chicago, told a conference in Dublin that lack of sleep can lead to weight gain.
, a professor of medicine at the university.
Natasha Van Cauter
, from Telford, Shropshire, was diagnosed with breast cancer in March, 2004.
When Eve Van Cauter
and co-workers limited 12 healthy young men to just four hours of sleep for two consecutive nights, their leptin levels were 18 percent lower and their ghrelin levels were 28 percent higher than after two nights of sleeping for ten hours.
The finding, which points to a potentially important connection between sleep, diabetes risk, and obesity, was just one of a series of observations made during detailed sleep studies conducted at the University of Chicago in recent years and presented by Eve Van Cauter
Splegel, Leproult y Van Cauter
(1999) demostraron con adultos jovenes que dormir cuatro horas durante seis dias consecutivos tenia un impacto negativo en el metabolismo de los carbohidratos y en la funcion endocrina, que son partes fundamentales del proceso normal de envejecimiento, por lo que si persistiera en el organismo el habito de acortar el sueno, podria incrementarse la gravedad de los desordenes cronicos asociados a la edad, como la obesidad, la diabetes o la hipertension.