Mathematical Model For The Effects Of Hpa Axis Pertaining To Sleep Loss By Applying Properties Of Certain Subclasses Of Analytic Univalent Functions

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  • S. Alamelu, V.G. Shanthi, S.Gunashree, L. Suganya

Abstract

Aim Of This Study Is To Observe The Hpa Axis – Hypothalamic Pituitary Adrenal Axis Response Of The System For Sleep Loss Over Time By Measuring Cortisol Level  For Young Participants With Normal Sleep Schedule, Partial And Total Sleep Deprivation By Applying Degradation Hazard Function

 Non Negative Function Of Time And G  Non-Negative Function  Degradation Measure. It Is Very Interesting To Find The Mean Residual Life ( Mrl ) Which Gives The Expected Remaining Life With The Present Age . Further We Develop  Functions  ,  And   By Using The Class Of Functions Of The Form

   Which Are Analytic     Univalent In The Open Unit Disc   Whose Coefficients  Are Considered As Mean Residual Life Function Of Degradation Measure Distribution.

By Applying The Above Model We Find Cortisol Response  Due To Sleep Loss For Young Participants  And We Conclude That The Sleep Loss Results In An Elevation Of Cortisol Level. Our Results Coincide With The Medical Inferences.

Published

2021-07-20

How to Cite

S. Alamelu, V.G. Shanthi, S.Gunashree, L. Suganya. (2021). Mathematical Model For The Effects Of Hpa Axis Pertaining To Sleep Loss By Applying Properties Of Certain Subclasses Of Analytic Univalent Functions . Drugs and Cell Therapies in Hematology, 10(1), 607–612. Retrieved from https://www.dcth.org/index.php/journal/article/view/143

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