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Impact of Sleep Restriction in Women

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Impact of Sleep Restriction in Women

The overall goal of this project is to test the hypothesis that long-term, sustained sleep restriction (SR), in women, will lead to increased cardio-metabolic risk. This will be characterized by increases in visceral adiposity, unhealthy lifestyle behaviors (poor dietary quality and low physical activity) and cardio-metabolic risk factors (blood pressure, glucose intolerance) relative to habitual sleep (HS). The investigators expect these changes to be worse in pre- compared to post-menopausal women.

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Sleep Restriction

Mild sleep restriction (-1.5 h/night) over a period of 6 weeks

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Impact of Sleep Restriction on Cardiometabolic Risk Factors in Pre vs Postmenopausal Women

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NCT02835261

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