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Is the link between depressed mood and heart rate variability explained by disinhibited eating and diet? / Hayley A. Young; Alecia L. Cousins; Heather T. Watkins; David Benton

Biological Psychology, Volume: 123, Pages: 94 - 102

Swansea University Author: Benton, David

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Consistently it has been reported that a depressed mood and low heart rate variability (HRV) are linked.However, studies have not considered that the association might be explained by dietary behaviour. Theresting inter-beat interval data of 266 adults (Study 1: 156 (51 M), Study 2: 112 (38 M)) were...

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Published in: Biological Psychology
ISSN: 03010511
Published: 2017
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title_short Is the link between depressed mood and heart rate variability explained by disinhibited eating and diet?
title_full Is the link between depressed mood and heart rate variability explained by disinhibited eating and diet?
title_fullStr Is the link between depressed mood and heart rate variability explained by disinhibited eating and diet?
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description Consistently it has been reported that a depressed mood and low heart rate variability (HRV) are linked.However, studies have not considered that the association might be explained by dietary behaviour. Theresting inter-beat interval data of 266 adults (Study 1: 156 (51 M), Study 2: 112 (38 M)) were recorded forsix minutes and quantified using linear (HF power: 0.15–0.4 Hz) and nonlinear indices (Sample entropy).Participants also completed the Profile of Mood States and the Three Factor Eating questionnaires. TheAlternative Healthy Eating Index was used to quantify diet quality. In study 1 mood was associated withHRV; an effect partially mediated by diet. Study 2 replicated the finding: disinhibited eating (the tendencyto lose control over one’s eating) and diet sequentially mediated the association between mood and HRV.Diet plays a role in the link between mood and HRV and studies should consider the influence of thisfactor.
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