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Abstract Title:

Effect of Black Pepper () Extract on Caffeine-Induced Sleep Disruption and Excitation in Mice.

Abstract Source:

Nutrients. 2022 May 27 ;14(11). Epub 2022 May 27. PMID: 35684048

Abstract Author(s):

Minseok Yoon, Jonghoon Jung, Minjung Kim, Changho Lee, Suengmok Cho, Minyoung Um

Article Affiliation:

Minseok Yoon

Abstract:

Sleep is one of the most essential factors required to maintain good health. However, the global prevalence of insomnia is increasing, and caffeine intake is a major trigger. The objective of this study was to investigate the inhibitory effect of black pepper,extract (PE), on caffeine-induced sleep disruption and excitation in mice. Caffeine significantly decreased sleep duration in the pentobarbital-induced sleep test. It also resulted in a significant increase in sleep onset and a decrease in non-rapid eye movement sleep. Moreover, in an open-field test, caffeine-treated mice exhibited a significantly increased time in the center zone and total distance traveled. However, the co-administration of caffeine and PE did not result in similar arousal activities. Thus, our results suggest that PE can be used as a potential therapeutic agent to treat sleep problems and excitatory status associated with caffeine intake.

Study Type : Animal Study

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