Title : Neuroendocrine regulation of sleep disturbances in PTSD.

Pub. Date : 2006 Jul

PMID : 16891571






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1 The results demonstrate: a) decreased delta sleep in male subjects with PTSD; b) metyrapone administration resulted in an activation of the sleep EEG and a robust decrease in quantitative delta sleep; c) the sleep and endocrine (increase in ACTH) responses to metyrapone were significantly decreased in PTSD in two different study samples; and d) the metyrapone-related disruption to sleep in both samples was predicted by the increase in ACTH measured the following morning. Metyrapone proopiomelanocortin Homo sapiens
2 The results demonstrate: a) decreased delta sleep in male subjects with PTSD; b) metyrapone administration resulted in an activation of the sleep EEG and a robust decrease in quantitative delta sleep; c) the sleep and endocrine (increase in ACTH) responses to metyrapone were significantly decreased in PTSD in two different study samples; and d) the metyrapone-related disruption to sleep in both samples was predicted by the increase in ACTH measured the following morning. Metyrapone proopiomelanocortin Homo sapiens
3 The results demonstrate: a) decreased delta sleep in male subjects with PTSD; b) metyrapone administration resulted in an activation of the sleep EEG and a robust decrease in quantitative delta sleep; c) the sleep and endocrine (increase in ACTH) responses to metyrapone were significantly decreased in PTSD in two different study samples; and d) the metyrapone-related disruption to sleep in both samples was predicted by the increase in ACTH measured the following morning. Metyrapone proopiomelanocortin Homo sapiens
4 The results demonstrate: a) decreased delta sleep in male subjects with PTSD; b) metyrapone administration resulted in an activation of the sleep EEG and a robust decrease in quantitative delta sleep; c) the sleep and endocrine (increase in ACTH) responses to metyrapone were significantly decreased in PTSD in two different study samples; and d) the metyrapone-related disruption to sleep in both samples was predicted by the increase in ACTH measured the following morning. Metyrapone proopiomelanocortin Homo sapiens
5 The results demonstrate: a) decreased delta sleep in male subjects with PTSD; b) metyrapone administration resulted in an activation of the sleep EEG and a robust decrease in quantitative delta sleep; c) the sleep and endocrine (increase in ACTH) responses to metyrapone were significantly decreased in PTSD in two different study samples; and d) the metyrapone-related disruption to sleep in both samples was predicted by the increase in ACTH measured the following morning. Metyrapone proopiomelanocortin Homo sapiens
6 The results demonstrate: a) decreased delta sleep in male subjects with PTSD; b) metyrapone administration resulted in an activation of the sleep EEG and a robust decrease in quantitative delta sleep; c) the sleep and endocrine (increase in ACTH) responses to metyrapone were significantly decreased in PTSD in two different study samples; and d) the metyrapone-related disruption to sleep in both samples was predicted by the increase in ACTH measured the following morning. Metyrapone proopiomelanocortin Homo sapiens