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Relationships of autonomic dysfunction with disease severity and neuropathic pain features in fibromyalgia: is it really a sympathetically maintained neuropathic pain?

On AY, Tanigor G, Baydar DA

Background: The pathophysiology of fibromyalgia (FM) involves many mechanisms including central nervous system sensitization theory, autonomic nervous system (ANS) dysfunction, and recently small fiber neuropathy. While the small fiber neuropathy...
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Cardiac Autonomic Control and Neural Arousal as Indexes of Fatigue in Professional Bus Drivers

Lecca LI, Fadda P, Fancello G, Medda A, Meloni M

Background Bus driving is a mentally demanding activity that requires prolonged attention to ensure safety. The aim of the study was to assess mental fatigue caused by driving a public bus...
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Effect on sinus cycle length and atrioventricular node function after high‑power short‑duration versus conventional radiofrequency catheter ablation in paroxysmal atrial fibrillation

Do U, Kim M, Cho M, Nam G, Choi K, Jun J

Background: The efficacy and safety of high-power, short-duration (HPSD) radiofrequency catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation (AF) have been demonstrated in several studies. We aimed to evaluate and compare the effects...
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Serotonin Modulates the Correlations between Obsessive-compulsive Trait and Heart Rate Variability in Normal Healthy Subjects: A SPECT Study with [ 123 I]ADAM and Heart Rate Variability Measurement

Kuo CY, Chen KC, Lee IH, Tseng HH, Chiu NT, Chen PS, Yang YK, Chang WH

Objective: The impact of serotonergic system on obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is well studied. However, the correlation between OC presentations and autonomic nervous system (ANS) is still unclear. Furthermore, whether the...
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Autonomic Dysfunction in Sleep Disorders: From Neurobiological Basis to Potential Therapeutic Approaches

Kim H, Jung HR, Kim JB, Kim DJ

Sleep disorder has been portrayed as merely a common dissatisfaction with sleep quality and quantity. However, sleep disorder is actually a medical condition characterized by inconsistent sleep patterns that interfere...
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Autonomic Dysfunction in Patients With Dementia

Lee J, Chang SM

Autonomic dysfunction commonly occurs in patients with dementia and is typically reported in patients with Alzheimer’s disease and Lewy body dementia. The clinical presentation of autonomic dysfunction includes symptoms related...
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Insomnia in Emotional Labor: Its Role in Autonomic Nervous System Regulation

Chae B, Kang J, Shin C, Ko YH, Yoon HK

Objective The relation between female emotional laborers’ sleep quality and autonomic nervous system activity was investigated. Methods Thirty-three subjects’ heart rate variability (HRV) data and results of self-reported scale on sleep,...
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Effects of Aroma Essential Oil Inhalation on Autonomic Nerve System Response, Electroencephalogram and Concentration

Min ES, Hur MH

Purpose: This study was an experimental research study to examine the effects of aroma essential oil inhalation on autonomic nerve system response, electroencephalogram and concentration. Methods: The participants were 92 healthy...
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Heart Rate Variability as an Early Objective Indicator of Subjective Feeling of Depression in Daily Life

Jo HG, Shin N

Objectives: Changes in the autonomic nervous system have been observed in patients with depressive disorders by measuring their heart rate variability (HRV). However, whether HRV associates with depressive events in...
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Validation of the Korean version of the Boston Autonomic Symptom Questionnaire

Sohn EH, Gibbons CH, Freeman R, Lee AY, Jung MS, Kim S

Background and Purpose The Boston Autonomic Symptom Questionnaire (BASQ) is a quantitative tool using a numeric rating scale to assess the symptoms of systemic dysautonomia, including cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, urinary, sudomotor,...
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Influences of Autonomic Function, Salivary Cortisol and Physical Activity on Cognitive Functions in Institutionalized Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment: Based on Neurovisceral Integration Model

Suh M

Purpose: This study aimed to investigate objectively measured physical activity (PA) in institutionalized older adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and to elucidate the influence of autonomic nervous function, salivary...
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Heart Rate Variability in Postoperative Patients with Nonfunctioning Pituitary Adenoma

Ha J, Baek H, Jeong C, Yeo M, Lee SH, Cho JH, Baek KH, Kang MI, Lim DJ

Background: Decreased heart rate variability (HRV) has been reported to be associated with cardiac autonomic dysfunction. Hypopituitarism in nonfunctioning pituitary adenoma (NFPA) is often linked to increased cardiovascular mortality. We...
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Clinical Assessment Scales in Autonomic Nervous System Disorders

Cho EB, Park KJ

The autonomic nervous system plays an important role in maintaining homeostasis mediated by the parasympathetic, sympathetic and enteric systems. Autonomic failure adversely affects body function and may increase morbidity and...
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Interpretation of Autonomic Function Test

Park KH, Sohn EH

The autonomic function test consists of the tests that evaluate the sudomotor, cardiovascular adrenergic, and parasympathetic functions. As its importance grows, more and more medical institutions want to evaluate it...
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The Effect of Acute Aerobic Exercise on Central Blood Pressure Reactivity to Sympathetic Activation in Healthy Adults: A Randomized Crossover Trial

Purpose: Acute aerobic exercise has been shown to attenuate brachial blood pressure (BP) reactivity to sympathetic activation, though whether it also attenuates central BP reactivity remains unclear. We tested the...
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Differences in Heart Rate Variability Depending on Sex, Level of Stress, Anxiety, and Depression among College Students: on the Basis of Neurovisceral Integration Model

Suh MH

Purpose: This descriptive study aimed to investigate heart rate variability (HRV) according to sex and to elucidate the influence of negative emotion such as levels of stress, anxiety and depression...
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Nonlinear analysis of heart rhythm in preeclampsia: a route for translational clinical applications in neuroinflammation

Reyes-Lagos JJ, Abarca-Castro EA

Preeclampsia is a pregnancy-specific condition which gets detected through hypertension and excessive protein excretion in urine. While preeclampsia used to be regarded as a self-limiting maternal condition which resolved with...
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The Relationship between Autonomic Regulation of Cardiovascular Function and Body Composition

Smoljo T, Stanić I, Sila S, Kovačić U, Crnošija L, Junaković A, Adamec I, Hojsak I, Skorić MK, Habek M

Background: We investigated whether the results of autonomic function tests correlate with body composition and shape in healthy young people. Methods: We conducted cardiovascular reflex tests (heart rate [HR] and blood...
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Risk of Metabolic and Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Individuals with Autonomic Imbalance Measured by Heart Rate Variability

Chung H, Oh YH, Moon JH, Kim HJ, Kong MH

Background: Studies have reported that reduced autonomic nervous system activity could result in a suboptimal health condition and various diseases, further increasing the mortality rate. The present study aimed to...
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Reduced Heart Rate Variability in Somatic Symptom Disorder: Associations with Alexithymia

Lee JH, Jang YE, Park HY

Objectives:We investigated heart rate variability (HRV) patterns in patients with somatic symptom disorder (SSD) and the relationships of these patterns with alexithymia. Methods:In total, 42 patients with SSD and 33 healthy...
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