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SUNRISE: Impact of Sleep Extension on Insulin Sensitivity and Dietary Intake in Adolescents

Primary Objective

I. Hypotheses and Specific Aims: Aim 1: Examine the effect of experimental sleep extension on insulin sensitivity and secretion in typically short-sleeping adolescents. Hypothesis 1: Insulin sensitivity will improve following sleep extension compared to typical short sleep. Aim 2: Examine the effect of experimental sleep extension on dietary intake in typically short-sleeping adolescents. Hypothesis 2: Overall caloric intake, fat, carbohydrate, and sugar intake will decrease following sleep extension.

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Details
Age

Child to Adult

Type of Study

Outcomes Research

Scope

Local

Locations

Childrens Hospital Colorado
University of Colorado Hospital

Principal Investigator
Stacey Simon,  PhD

Stacey Simon, PhD

Study ID

Protocol Number: 17-2095

More information available at ClinicalTrials.gov: NCT03500458

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