REM sleep

  1. a recurring sleep state during which dreaming occurs; a state of rapidly shifting eye movements during sleep
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How To Use REM sleep In A Sentence

  • As soon as her telepathic abilities discern that we have reattained REM sleep, she cries again.
  • Sleep is fragmented by frequent arousals and awakenings, resulting in decreased or absent slow-wave and REM sleep.
  • While most mammals and birds show signs of REM sleep, reptiles and other cold-blooded animals do not.
  • he believes that narcolepsy is attributable to an inability to suppress REM sleep during waking
  • Nightmares usually occur toward the end of the night, when REM sleep is most intense; in contrast, confusional events happen during the first few hours after a child has fallen asleep, when non-REM sleep is deepest. Solve Your Child’s Sleep Problems
  • In particular, he appreciates that the robust differences between dreaming and waking consciousness such as the visuomotor hallucinosis, the delusional belief that one is awake, the distinctive defects in cognition, the heightened emotionality, and the poor memory have their neural correlates in the altered neural activation pattern of REM sleep. Being No One
  • After achieving stable non-REM sleep, the CPAP was adjusted to the minimal level required to prevent flow limitation.
  • For the purpose of this paper we will concentrate on the types of dreams that are normally reported when subjects are awakened from REM sleep.
  • Our study demonstrates that, compared to subjects with CH or normotension, those with RH have shorter total and REM sleep times and lower sleep efficiency independently of OSA. Naturejobs - All Jobs
  • The Test had slipped from a restless doze into REM sleep. Times, Sunday Times
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