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, Il n'y avait pas de changements significatifs dans le liking et wanting avec interactions de l'intensité lumineuse et la sévérité de l'insomnie ou la durée de l'insomnie. Les autres mesures d'humeur positive ou négative n'ont pas été significativement affectées par les interactions de l

, Il y'a un déficit global en matière d'évaluation hédonique chez les insomniaques par rapport aux témoins. Les participants sans troubles du sommeil sont restés à des niveaux élevés de wanting et liking indépendamment de l'intensité de la lumière. De plus, cet effet ne pouvait pas être expliqué par des disparités dans les niveaux d'exposition à la lumière entre les groupes. Les résultats de notre étude suggèrent que les insomniaques présentent un déficit en affect subjectif sensible à la lumière, Les résultats montrent que l'heure du jour module à la fois le Wanting et le Liking

, De plus amples études devraient être menées afin d'élucider l'effet des signaux lumineux ambiants sur les circuits de récompense et comment ces effets changent dynamiquement avec l'âge. La lumière peut avoir un rôle dans la réduction de la qualité de vie des insomniaques, qui est comparable à celle des maladies chroniques telles que l

, La promesse de la luminothérapie comme une modalité de traitement pour l'insomnie semble avoir une base solide à cet égard. D'autres traitements comportementaux incluent la régulation du sommeil, des thérapies de relaxation et le contrôle des stimulations qui se sont révélés être bénéfiques; et pour poursuivre dans la même lignée, il ne peut qu'être conseillé de suivre des horaires quotidiens réguliers à titre préventif. PhD Portfolio Jacobo ITZHACKI PhD period, 2013.

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. Finally, there have been many persons without whose love and affection I would not be the person I am today. Standout amongst these are my parents, Arie and Ivette, who have been a definition of unconditionality throughout and I hope I've made you proud as I am proud to be your son. Thank you. Others I love, I look forward to being wholeheartedly present with again