Efectividad de la exposición a la luz incidente en la atenuación de la cronodisrupción en el envejecimiento

  • José Ángel Rubiño Díaz Servicio de Urgencias de Adultos, Hospital Universitario Son Espases (Palma de Mallorca, Baleares, España)
Palabras clave: Exposición a la luz, Cronodisrupción, Envejecimiento

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Rubiño Díaz, José Ángel. Efectividad de la exposición a la luz incidente en la atenuación de la cronodisrupción en el envejecimiento. Paraninfo Digital. 2020; 14(32): e32029a. Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/pd/e32029a [acceso: 20/04/2021]
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Reyes Fernández el 21/11/2020 a las 12:04:23:
Interesante y novedoso artículo ¡Enhorabuena!, creo que es importante mantener un estilo de vida regular en cuanto a ritmos de actividad-reposo, exposición a la luz durante el día, horario de comidas y contactos sociales, no obstante, el envejecimiento es un periodo de la vida vulnerable que, a veces, dificulta mantener una franja de estabilidad en los cuidados diarios.

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