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Early in our relationship, Nick told me that one of the best things about these principles of autonomic imbalance was that they helped make sense of many of the bits and pieces that would float past in the medical and nutritional literature.
Their results supported the hypothesis that cardiac autonomic imbalance (reduced vagal modulation) to the extent of cardiac neuropathy is present in depression.
In the multivariable regression for LF/HF, the eGFR also remains with a significant association with LF/HF, confirming the involvement of autonomic imbalance in patients with acute stroke.
Most studies about the association between AF and GERD are based on retrospective data from national registries or self-reporting questionnaires (3,4) and did not evaluate autonomic imbalance in these patients.
It was also observed that this reduced vascular compliance was associated with autonomic imbalance, increased oxidative stress, and decreased NO bioavailability.
Relationship of autonomic imbalance and circadian disruption with obesity and type 2 diabetes in resistant hypertensive patients.
This suggests that the size and/or characteristics of the inhaled pollutant particles per se are not vital determinants of their capacity to trigger this specific set of acute hemodynamic alterations, which likely occurs via autonomic imbalance.
Several studies demonstrated that a combination of physical or mental stress and chronic sleep deprivation aggravate autonomic imbalance and magnesium deficiency-related vasomotor abnormality, which subsequently develops cardiovascular events (25-29).
This autonomic imbalance produced by exercise creates an environment conducive to the emergence of cardiovascular arrhythmias that often persists for some time during post-exercise recovery (1,19,23).
The pro-arrhythmic effect of autonomic imbalance has been shown in experimental models of AF It has been possible to observe that both sympathetic and vagal activations were capable of reducing atrial refractoriness and therefore to favor reentry.
Last year, researchers at Harvard and at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, also in Boston, reported finding "short-term autonomic imbalance, reflected by changes in heart rate and heart-rate variability.

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