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Circadian heart rate rhythmicity: comparison between an Eskimo and other population groups

, : Circadian heart rate rhythmicity: comparison between an Eskimo and other population groups. Chronobiologia 8(2): 119-122

This brief communication reports the results of 24-ambulatory cardiac monitoring of a Bering Strait Eskimo population and compares the findings with 3 other populations. Similar heart rate rhythmicity and almost identical acrophases are found in the Eskimo, Aymara Indian and French populations. However, the Alaskan Eskimo and Aymara Indian 24-h means vary by approximately 15 beats/min, with the American population between these two. The mesor displays most radical differences.


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