1 sheep 2 sheep - about rest Submitted by: Alan Kojima-DePauw University .


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1 sheep…2 sheep - about sleep Submitted by: Alan Kojima-DePauw University. Biological Clock: Light Trigger. Brain and body operates on a 24 hour day-night cycle. Melatonin: hormone that has a relaxing effect on the body. Night triggers the release of melatonin
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1 sheep… 2 sheep - about rest Submitted by: Alan Kojima-DePauw University

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Biological Clock: Light Trigger Brain and body works on a 24 hour day-night cycle. Melatonin: hormone that relaxingly affects the body. Night triggers the arrival of melatonin Light stops the arrival of melatonin you wake up.

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SAD… I know Seasonal Affective Disorder Tendency to wind up discouraged amid specific periods of the year. Dominant part of individuals are discouraged amid the fall and winter seasons. Less daylight

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Need 8 hours? "Everybody needs 8 hours of rest a night" 70-year-old lady dozed a normal of a hour for 5 back to back evenings  no evil impacts Randy Gardner world record 11 days w/out rest 5 th day mind flights Slept for 15 hours

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You think you have a confusion isn\'t that right? A sleeping disorder: (trouble nodding off) Pseudoinsomnia: individuals say they have a sleeping disorder all things considered rest typical. Narcolepsy: (outrageous daytime lethargy) Sleep assaults happen suddenly and last from 1 min-1 hour by and large. Bad dreams versus Night Terrors Nightmares are awful dreams (During REM rest) Night Terrors are unnerving dreams that stir the sleeper to a close frenzy state (Not amid REM rest)

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~Dreams~ Dreams happen for the most part amid REM rest when the brain/body is in profound rest. REM dreams are more unusual than non-REM dreams. Social foundation, current concerns, and late occasions impact our fantasies Passer, Michael W., and Ronald E. Smith. Brain research: the Science of Mind and Behavior . third ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2007. 161-173.

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