Melatonin and metabolic syndrome: Is there their association?

Abstract


The basis for the current view of the mechanisms for regulating metabolic processes is the hypothesis proposed by the United Kingdom scientists E. Scott and P. Grant that evolutionary fixed adaptation to seasonal environmental changes is impaired. Under the hypothesis, impairment in seasonal and circadian rhythms is the key condition for the occurrence of obesity, arterial hypertension (AH), and type 2 diabetes mellitus. The diseases of civilization, namely obesity, insulin resistance, and AH, are a direct result of chronic metabolic disturbance due to light pollution.

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Мелатонин и метаболический синдром: существует ли связь?. - Аннотация. В основе современного взгляда на механизмы регуляции метаболических процессов лежит гипотеза о нарушении эволюционно закрепленной адаптации к сезонным изменениям окружающей среды, предложенная английскими учеными E. Scott и P. Grant. Согласно гипотезе нарушение сезонных и суточных ритмов является основным условием для возникновения ожирения, артериальной гипертонии (АГ) и сахарного диабета 2-го типа. "Болезни цивилизации" - ожирение, инсулинорезистентность и АГ - являются прямым следствием хронического нарушения метаболизма в результате "световой загрязненности".

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