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2. Belang van slaap voor cognitief en psychologisch functioneren

Auteurs : Dr. Peter Meerlo, Dr. Robbert Havekes

Gepubliceerd in: Slaapstoornissen in de psychiatrie

Uitgeverij: Bohn Stafleu van Loghum

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Samenvatting

Slaap is van groot belang voor de lichamelijke en geestelijke gezondheid. Het lichaamsdeel dat slaap waarschijnlijk het meest nodig heeft zijn onze hersenen. Er wordt gedacht dat slaap van cruciaal belang is voor herstel, onderhoud en plasticiteit van zenuwcellen, die op hun beurt weer belangrijk zijn voor het functioneren van de hersenen als geheel: voor het onderhouden van alertheid, maar ook voor hogere cognitieve functies, zoals de vorming van geheugen en de regulatie van emoties. Een tekort aan slaap of verstoorde slaap heeft dan ook grote gevolgen voor ons mentale functioneren en welzijn. Chronisch slecht of te weinig slapen kan een oorzakelijke rol spelen bij psychiatrische stoornissen, zoals depressie. Daarnaast kan een chronisch slaaptekort de cognitieve achteruitgang tijdens de veroudering versnellen.
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Metagegevens
Titel
Belang van slaap voor cognitief en psychologisch functioneren
Auteurs
Dr. Peter Meerlo
Dr. Robbert Havekes
Copyright
2021
Uitgeverij
Bohn Stafleu van Loghum
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-368-2524-5_2