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Журнал "Клиническая геронтология"

Хронобиологические аспекты депрессии (Срочно в номер)
М.Ю. Герасимчук


ГБОУ ВПО Первый Московский государственный медицинский университет им. И. М. Сеченова
Депрессия снижает качество жизни пациентов, повышает риск соматических заболеваний, алкоголизации, суицида. Анализ клинических проявлений депрессии свидетельствует о тесной взаимосвязи циркадианных  ритмов и психического здоровья человека. Для совершенствования диагностических  методов с целью оптимизации лечебного процесса необходим новый взгляд на арсенал имеющихся данных с анализом хронобиологических закономерностей.
Ключевые слова: депрессия, хронобиология, циркадианные ритмы, десинхронизация
Авторы заявляют об отсутствии возможных конфликтов интересов

Depression: a focus on chronobiology (Urgent  issue)
M.Y. Gerasimchuk

First Moscow State Medical  University named after I.M. Seshenov
Depression reduces quality of life (QOL), increases the risk of somatic diseases, alcohol use and suicide. Analysis of clinical presentation demonstrated a close link between circadian rhythms and mental health. To improve the diagnostic with the purpose of optimization of treatment process required a new look at the Arsenal of available data with the analysis of chronobiological regularities. A new approach using chronobiological regularities to increase the diagnosis and treatment efficiency is needed.
Keywords: depression, chronobiology, circadian rhythms, desynchronization
Authors declare lack of the possible conflicts of interests


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Поступила  17.02.2016
Принята к печати  29.02.2016
Received 17.02.2016
Accepted 29.02.2016


Сведения об авторе
Герасимчук  Мария Юрьевна - аспирант кафедры психиатрии и -наркологии,  ГБУ ВПО Первый МГМУ им. И.М. Сеченова. E-mail: marigeras@yandex.ru.

About the author
Gerasimchuk  M. First Moscow State Medical University I.M. Sechenov, PhD students at the Department of psychiatry and narcology. E-mail: marigeras@yandex.ru.



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