Psychiatric Chronotherapy

Psychiatric Chronotherapy considers the circadian rhythm as a major factor for optimizing therapeutic efficacy of psychiatric interventions. Discover the latest research on Psychiatric Chronotherapy here.

December 31, 2020

Current trends in the treatment of chronic recurrent bacterial cystitis

Urologii︠a︡
A V KuzmenkoT A Gyaurgiev
November 24, 2020
Review

Just Let Me Sleep in: Identifying and Treating Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder in Adolescents

Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America
Michael A Feder, Argelinda Baroni
December 1, 2019
Review

Biological Rhythms Advance in Depressive Disorder

Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
Wu Hong, Qinting Zhang
July 2, 2019
Review

Sleep and Circadian Medicine: Time of Day in the Neurologic Clinic

Neurologic Clinics
Marc D RubenDavid F Smith
May 19, 2019
Comment / Editorial
Open Access

Timing matters: New tools for personalized chronomedicine and circadian health

Acta Physiologica
Mirjam Münch, Achim Kramer
April 23, 2019
Review
Open Access

Molecular basis for the association between depression and circadian rhythm

Ci Ji Yi Xue Za Zhi = Tzu-chi Medical Journal
Peeraporn Varinthra, Ingrid Y Liu
November 18, 2018
Open Access

Clinical and Experimental Human Sleep-Wake Pharmacogenetics

Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology
Hans-Peter LandoltAmandine Valomon
October 27, 2017
Review
Open Access

Role of Chronobiology as a Transdisciplinary Field of Research: Its Applications in Treating Mood Disorders

Balkan Medical Journal
Okan Çalıyurt
October 23, 2016
Clinical Trial
Open Access

A double-blind randomized controlled trial to assess the effect of bright light therapy on depression in patients with Parkinson's disease

BMC Psychiatry
Sonja RuttenYsbrand D van der Werf
January 10, 2016
Review

Seasons, circadian rhythms, sleep and suicidal behaviors vulnerability

L'Encéphale
V BenardF Bellivier
November 8, 2014
Review

Circadian rhythm sleep disorders in psychiatric diseases

Therapeutische Umschau. Revue thérapeutique
Vivien Bromundt
January 5, 2012

Valproic acid phase shifts the rhythmic expression of Period2::Luciferase

Journal of Biological Rhythms
Anne-Sofie JohanssonGabriella B S Lundkvist
May 20, 2009
Review

Chronopharmacology and psychiatric treatment

L'Encéphale
B Bruguerolle
June 1, 2002
Review

Insomnia in children: when are hypnotics indicated?

Paediatric Drugs
Mohammed Younus, Michael J Labellarte
October 1, 1996
Review

Circadian patterns of ischemic events

Minerva medica
D Cafagna, E Ponte
October 15, 1994
Review

Biorhythms and chronotherapy in cardiovascular disease

American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy
H M Cooke, A Lynch

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