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  1. 1. Welcome to our group’s presentation! Sleep
  2. 2. What is sleep? Sleep is the body’s natural ‘pause button’. During sleep, the muscles relax. Breathing gets slow. The heartbeat gets slow. The brain works differently too. pause muscles stop for some time brain
  3. 3. Stage one During the stage of sleep. The body slows, the muscles relax.It is easy to wake up from this type of sleep.
  4. 4. Stage two After ten minutes of light sleep, you start “true sleep”. This last about 20 minutes. People breath more slowly, the heart beats more slowly. Most sleep in the night is “true sleep”. breath beats
  5. 5. Stage three Breathing and heartbeat are very slow now. Stage four Breathing is rhythmic. There is some muscle activity. It is difficult to wake up from this sleep. rhythmic
  6. 6. REM REM means ‘rapid eye movement’. This is because the eyes move very quickly. The first REM phase starts about 70 to 90 minutes after a person falls asleep. People have between three and five REM phases a night. They are not awake but the brain is awake and active. People dream during REM sleep but the body can not move.That stops people ‘acting’ their dreams. stage, step phase rapid
  7. 7. 1. How many types of sleep? 2. What does REM stand for? 3. How many non- Rem stages of sleep are there? 4. When is the heartbeat at its slowest? 5.How many sleep cycles do people have each night? 6. What part of the body moves when a person dreams? 7. How long does “ true sleep’’ last? Four Stage three Between 3 and 5 Two About 20 minutes The eyes Rapid Eye Movement
  8. 8. Daily Sleep Diary ( Complete the diary each morning) Your Name___________________________ The date of Day 1_______________
  9. 9. Sleep Tips Here are some things you can do to help get a good night's sleep
  10. 10. Why do we sleep? When we sleep, our brain has to sort out different things we’ve been doing: thinking and _______________ during the day. It’s time for your body to slow down and have a ___________________ to get ready for the next day. If we don’t sleep, we’ll get too tired to play and learn new things, and we might get _____________________ . We should sleep every night to get enough energy for ______________________, for thinking, playing, loving, eating, running and growing. 1 2 3 4 learning rest sick tomorrow
  11. 11. Thank you!