Sleep 1/3 of one’s lifetime is spent in sleep the function of sleep is unknown    lack of sleep results in dysfunction ...
EEG electroencephalograph
Sleep EEG
Sleep Stages the first hour of sleep includes a deep sleep    relaxation of the body and slowing down of body     rhythm...
Dreaming dreaming only occurs during REM (rapid eye  movement) sleep muscles are paralyzed   likely such that injuries ...
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14b sleep-2010 update

  1. 1. Sleep 1/3 of one’s lifetime is spent in sleep the function of sleep is unknown  lack of sleep results in dysfunction of the body (concentration and health)
  2. 2. EEG electroencephalograph
  3. 3. Sleep EEG
  4. 4. Sleep Stages the first hour of sleep includes a deep sleep  relaxation of the body and slowing down of body rhythms brain oscillates between deep and shallow sleep until it naturally wakes
  5. 5. Dreaming dreaming only occurs during REM (rapid eye movement) sleep muscles are paralyzed  likely such that injuries don’t occur dreams tend to be 5 – 20 min in length origins / functions of dreams are still unknown

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