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>Revistas >Revista Mexicana de Neurociencia >Año 2013, No. 1


Jiménez-Genchi A, Guarneros-Roniger DD, Barrera-Medina A, Laurel-Gardeazábal IE
Actualidades en las aplicaciones clínicas de la melatonina en trastornos del sueño
Rev Mex Neuroci 2013; 14 (1)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 38
Paginas: 39-43
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RESUMEN

La melatonina es una hormona indolamina producida por la glándula pineal y cuya secreción determinada por la ausencia de la luz sigue un ritmo circadiano. A través de su unión a los receptores MTI y MT2 en el núcleo supraquiasmático ejerce sus efectos de promoción del sueño y cronobióticos. Estas propiedades le confieren utilidad clínica en el tratamiento del insomnio, el síndrome de fase retrasada de sueño, síndrome de Jet Lag y posiblemente en el trastorno por cambios de turno laboral. Asimismo, se ha documentado su uso en una parasomnia conocida como trastorno de conducta en sueño MOR. Existen otros fármacos agonistas de los receptores a melatonina como el ramelteon, agomelatina y tasimelteon con efectos sobre el sueño similares a los producidos por la melatonina.


Palabras clave: Melatonina, sueño, trastornos del sueño.


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