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Self-management of health based on the action mechanism of daily behaviors such as food, exercise and sleep

Under this Prioritized Theme we will conduct R&D to elucidate the mechanisms of actions in the living body, such as food, exercise and sleep, which are the base of health maintenance. We will provide scientific evidence for effective behavior, aiming to widely disseminate self-management advice for health maintenance. This will allow us to build a foundation for continuously creating services that can introduce health activities optimal for individuals to realize health and longevity.

R&D Projects

<Adopted in FY2019> R&D Project TitleSummaryR&D Period
A brain fitness strategy for promoting self-management for an active and healthy lifestyle
SOYA Hideaki(Director, Advanced Research Initiative for Human High Performance (ARIHHP), Faculty of Health & Sport Sciences, University of Tsukuba)
A brain fitness strategy for promoting self-management for an active and healthy lifestyle
(PDF:200KB)
2019.11-
Social risk of young adult health associated with lifestyle habits -prevention and treatment
FUJIWARA Hiroshi(Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Institute Medical, Pharmaceutical and Health, Kanazawa University)
Social risk of young adult health associated with lifestyle habits -prevention and treatment
(PDF:182KB)
2019.11-
Breakdown mechanism of homeostasis by circadian misalignment
YAGITA Kazuhiro(Professor, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine)
Breakdown mechanism of homeostasis by circadian misalignment
(PDF:194KB)
2019.11-
Extension of healthy life expectancy by the self-management of sleep and exercise using EEG as a marker of sound sleep
YANAGISAWA Masashi(Director, International Institute for Integrative Sleep Medicine, University of Tsukuba)
Extension of healthy life expectancy by the self-management of sleep and exercise using EEG as a marker of sound sleep
(PDF:220KB)
2019.11-
<Adopted in FY2020> R&D Project TitleSummaryR&D Period
Building Exercise Gauge as a Novel Measure of Exercise toward Realization of Healthy Longevity
IWABU Masato (Lecturer, Department of Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases, The University of Tokyo Hospital)
Building Exercise Gauge as a Novel Measure of Exercise toward Realization of Healthy Longevity
(PDF:254KB)
2020.11-
Masticatory function improves children's health and development
KATO Takafumi (Professor, Osaka University Graduate School of Dentistry)
Masticatory function improves children's health and development
(PDF:188KB)
2020.11-
Deciphering Molecular Mechanisms behind the Health Promotion by Exercise
SAWADA Yasuhiro (Visiting Director, Department of Cell Biology, Research Institute, National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center)
Deciphering Molecular Mechanisms behind the Health Promotion by Exercise
(PDF:195KB)
2020.11-
Creation of personalized health management system from the viewpoint of chrono-nutrition
SHIBATA Shigenobu (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University)
Creation of personalized health management system from the viewpoint of chrono-nutrition
(PDF:219KB)
2020.11-

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