This review primarily provides an overview of the current evidence on chronotype (which reflects an individual's preference for the timing of sleeping, eating, and activity in a 24-h period) and sleep quality changes in obesity in postmenopausal women. It also explores possible nutritional strategies to manage these changes in this phase of a woman's life.

Chronotype and Sleep Quality in Obesity: How Do They Change After Menopause?

Barrea, Luigi;Vetrani, Claudia;de Alteriis, Giulia;Docimo, Annamaria;Savastano, Silvia;Colao, Annamaria;Muscogiuri, Giovanna
2022

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This review primarily provides an overview of the current evidence on chronotype (which reflects an individual's preference for the timing of sleeping, eating, and activity in a 24-h period) and sleep quality changes in obesity in postmenopausal women. It also explores possible nutritional strategies to manage these changes in this phase of a woman's life.
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