Mikko Härmä
Mikko Härmä
Professor of Working Hours, Ageing and Sleep
Verified email at ttl.fi
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Shift work and cardiovascular disease—pathways from circadian stress to morbidity
S Puttonen, M Härmä, C Hublin
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 96-108, 2010
4602010
Workhours in relation to work stress, recovery and health
M Härmä
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 502-514, 2006
4002006
Sleep restriction increases the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases by augmenting proinflammatory responses through IL-17 and CRP
WMA van Leeuwen, M Lehto, P Karisola, H Lindholm, R Luukkonen, ...
PloS one 4 (2), e4589, 2009
3362009
Shift work, occupation and coronary heart disease over 6 years of follow-up in the Helsinki Heart Study
L Tenkanen, T Sjöblom, R Kalimo, T Alikoski, M Härmä
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 257-265, 1997
2881997
Individual differences in tolerance to shiftwork: a review
M Härmä
Ergonomics 36 (1-3), 101-109, 1993
2861993
Trends in self‐reported sleep duration and insomnia‐related symptoms in Finland from 1972 to 2005: a comparative review and re‐analysis of Finnish population samples
E Kronholm, T Partonen, T Laatikainen, M Peltonen, M Härmä, C Hublin, ...
Journal of sleep research 17 (1), 54-62, 2008
2852008
The effect of an irregular shift system on sleepiness at work in train drivers and railway traffic controllers
M Härmä, M Sallinen, R Ranta, P Mutanen, K Müller
Journal of sleep research 11 (2), 141-151, 2002
2592002
Combined effects of shift work and life-style on the prevalence of insomnia, sleep deprivation and daytime sleepiness
M Härmä, L Tenkanen, T Sjöblom, T Alikoski, P Heinsalmi
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 300-307, 1998
2591998
Flexible working hours, health, and well-being in Europe: some considerations from a SALTSA project
G Costa, T Åkerstedt, F Nachreiner, F Baltieri, J Carvalhais, S Folkard, ...
Chronobiology international 21 (6), 831-844, 2004
2292004
Promoting alertness with a short nap during a night shift
M Sallinen, M HÄRMÄ, T ÅKERSTEDT, R Rosa, O Lillqvist
Journal of sleep research 7 (4), 240-247, 1998
2201998
Age and adjustment to night work.
MI Härmä, T Hakola, T Akerstedt, JT Laitinen
Occupational and Environmental Medicine 51 (8), 568-573, 1994
2081994
Modelling fatigue and the use of fatigue models in work settings
D Dawson, YI Noy, M Härmä, T Åkerstedt, G Belenky
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (2), 549-564, 2011
1942011
Ageing, physical fitness and shiftwork tolerance
M Härmä
Applied Ergonomics 27 (1), 25-29, 1996
1801996
Job stress and sleep disorders: findings from the Helsinki Heart Study
R Kalimo, L Tenkanen, M Härmä, E Poppius, P Heinsalmi
Stress Medicine 16 (2), 65-75, 2000
1712000
Towards the 24-hour society—new approaches for aging shift workers?
MI Härmä, JE Ilmarinen
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 610-615, 1999
1561999
Is incomplete recovery from work a risk marker of cardiovascular death? Prospective evidence from industrial employees
M Kivimäki, P Leino-Arjas, L Kaila-Kangas, R Luukkonen, J Vahtera, ...
Psychosomatic medicine 68 (3), 402-407, 2006
1532006
Self‐reported sleep duration in Finnish general population
E Kronholm, M Härmä, C Hublin, AR Aro, T Partonen
Journal of sleep research 15 (3), 276-290, 2006
1472006
Sleep-related disturbances and physical inactivity are independently associated with obesity in adults
M Fogelholm, E Kronholm, K Kukkonen-Harjula, T Partonen, M Partinen, ...
International journal of obesity 31 (11), 1713-1721, 2007
1422007
Physical training intervention in female shift workers: I. The effects of intervention on fitness, fatigue, sleep, and psychosomatic symptoms
MI Härmä, J Ilmarinen, P Knauth, J Rutenfranz, O Hänninen
Ergonomics 31 (1), 39-50, 1988
1411988
Joint effect of shift work and adverse life-style factors on the risk of coronary heart disease
L Tenkanen, T Sjöblom, M Härmä
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 351-357, 1998
1351998
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