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Nursing Foundations Ch. 34 Sleep & Rest
Sleep
Rest
Sleep and NIC
Biorhythms
basic physiological need... promote physical, mental, and spirit…
Person is inactive or engaging in mild activity, after which…
enhances wellness and speeds recovery from illness
biological clocks
Sleep
basic physiological need... promote physical, mental, and spirit…
Rest
Person is inactive or engaging in mild activity, after which…
Nursing : Sleep and Rest
Sleep is essential for :
Sleep Deprivation leads to:
What Physiological Factors can Sleep D…
Circadian Rhythm :
Normal Functioning.
Cognitive Impairment, Impaired Immune Function, Asthma during…
Heart Disease, Increased BP, Increased risk for obesity and G…
A 24 hour Cycle
Sleep is essential for :
Normal Functioning.
Sleep Deprivation leads to:
Cognitive Impairment, Impaired Immune Function, Asthma during…
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fundamentals of nursing: rest and sleep
rest
sleep
circadian synchronization
stages of sleep
is a condition In which the body is in a decreased state of a…
is a state of rest accompanied by altered consciousness and r…
occurs when a person's sleep-wake patterns follows the inner…
REM sleep and NREM sleep
rest
is a condition In which the body is in a decreased state of a…
sleep
is a state of rest accompanied by altered consciousness and r…
19 terms
Foundations: 33 Rest and Sleep
circadian rhythm
delta sleep
dyssomnias
enuresis
rhythm that completes a full cycle every 24 hours; synonym fo…
deep sleep, occurring during stage III and especially stage I…
sleep disorders characterized by insomnia or excessive sleepi…
involuntary urination; most often used to refer to a child wh…
circadian rhythm
rhythm that completes a full cycle every 24 hours; synonym fo…
delta sleep
deep sleep, occurring during stage III and especially stage I…
58 terms
Nursing 110 Rest & Sleep
Rest
Whole rest
Partial rest
Sleep
-Decreased state of activity... -Not always an inactive state... -C…
-complete bed rest
-only part of the body needs to be rested
-An altered state of consciousness ... -The individual's percept…
Rest
-Decreased state of activity... -Not always an inactive state... -C…
Whole rest
-complete bed rest
Rest and Sleep Nursing test 4
Rest
Sleep
hypothalmus
NREM
diminished activity
suspension
major sleep center, secretes hypocreatins, release serotonin,…
Non-rapid eye movement sleep; encompasses all sleep stages ex…
Rest
diminished activity
Sleep
suspension
Sleep rest foundations 3
sleep
Stages of Sleep
During REM
REM
basic human need, humans spend about 1/3 of life in sleep... sle…
Nonrapid eye movement and rapid eye movement
the sleeper moves through 4 stages during a 90 miin sleep cyc…
phase at the end of each sleep cycle
sleep
basic human need, humans spend about 1/3 of life in sleep... sle…
Stages of Sleep
Nonrapid eye movement and rapid eye movement
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Foundations - Sleep / Rest
What do researchers say about sleep?
What is a reason for someone to score…
What is a state in which the body is i…
What is a cyclically occurring state o…
For every 2 hours of activity, you need 1 hour to recharge.
Sleep Deprivation. Your memory is worse.
Rest
Sleep
What do researchers say about sleep?
For every 2 hours of activity, you need 1 hour to recharge.
What is a reason for someone to score…
Sleep Deprivation. Your memory is worse.
foundations - sleep & rest
how many stages are there of NREM sleep?
what is the first stage of NREM?
what is the second stage of NREM?
what is the third stage of NREM?
4 stages.
easily aroused; gradual falling of vital signs & metabolism.…
deeper sleep; relaxation progresses; easily aroused; body fun…
deep sleep; difficult to arouse; muscles completely relaxed;…
how many stages are there of NREM sleep?
4 stages.
what is the first stage of NREM?
easily aroused; gradual falling of vital signs & metabolism.…
44 terms
Nursing 106 - Rest & Sleep
Insomnia
Hypersomnia
Narcolepsy
Sleep Apnea
Difficulty falling asleep, intermittent sleep, or early awake…
A condition characterized by excessive sleep, particularly du…
A condition characterized by an uncontrollable desire to slee…
Periods of no breathing between snoring intervals. 10-15 seco…
Insomnia
Difficulty falling asleep, intermittent sleep, or early awake…
Hypersomnia
A condition characterized by excessive sleep, particularly du…
13 terms
Nursing 142 ; Sleep and Rest
A condition in which the body is in a…
A state of rest accompanied by altered…
_________ is one of the most complex b…
Name the stages of sleep
Rest
Sleep
Sleep
- NREM... * Stage 1... * Stage 2... * Stage 3... * Stage 4... - REM
A condition in which the body is in a…
Rest
A state of rest accompanied by altered…
Sleep
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Foundations: Rest & Sleep
DYSSOMNIAS: (6)
Sleep Physiology:
-Nursing interventions:
Age related factors:
Sleep disorders characterized by insomnia or excessive sleepi…
2 systems in brainstem that work together in the cyclic natur…
Approximate pt's regular sleep-wake cycle in planning care:... d…
Disturbed initiation of sleeping patterns due to ↓ physical a…
DYSSOMNIAS: (6)
Sleep disorders characterized by insomnia or excessive sleepi…
Sleep Physiology:
2 systems in brainstem that work together in the cyclic natur…
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foundations ch 33 rest and sleep
rest
sleep
circadian ryhthm
non-rapid eye movement(NREM)
connotes a condition in which the body is in a decreased stat…
a state of rest accompanied by altered consciousness and rela…
complete full cycle every 24 hours, that include fluctuations…
consists of four stages
rest
connotes a condition in which the body is in a decreased stat…
sleep
a state of rest accompanied by altered consciousness and rela…
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Nursing 2206 Rest and Sleep
rest
Sleep
sleep
sleep
Decreased state of activity and leads to being more refreshed
Rest with an altered state of consciousness and varying degre…
Minimal physical activity, decreased responiveness, behaviora…
This restores physical well being and relieves stress and anx…
rest
Decreased state of activity and leads to being more refreshed
Sleep
Rest with an altered state of consciousness and varying degre…
Rest and Sleep NURSING 101
circadian rhythm
delta sleep
dyssomnias
enuresis
rhythm that completes a full cycle every 24 hours; synonym fo…
deep sleep, occuring during stage III and especially stage IV…
sleep disorders characterized by insomnia or excessive sleep
involuntary urination; most often used to refer to a child wh…
circadian rhythm
rhythm that completes a full cycle every 24 hours; synonym fo…
delta sleep
deep sleep, occuring during stage III and especially stage IV…
Foundations Ch 33- Rest and Sleep
RAS
Bulbar synchronizing region
Hypothalamus
NREM sleep
reticular activating system... facilitates reflex and voluntary…
...
control center for sleeping and waking
4 stages:... -I and II: 5-50% of sleep. Light sleep.... -III and IV…
RAS
reticular activating system... facilitates reflex and voluntary…
Bulbar synchronizing region
...
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Foundation 3: rest and sleep
rest
sleep
physiology of sleep
stages of sleep
state when body's physical and emotional energy expenditure i…
cyclincal physiological process characterized by decreased pe…
reticular activating system (RAS)- facilitates reflex and vol…
non-rapid eye movement (NREM)- consists of four stages: stage…
rest
state when body's physical and emotional energy expenditure i…
sleep
cyclincal physiological process characterized by decreased pe…
fundamentals of nursing: rest and sleep
rest
sleep
circadian rhythm
stages of sleep
is a condition In which the body is in a decreased state of a…
is a state of rest accompanied by altered consciousness and r…
rhythm that completes a full cycle every 24 hours; synonym fo…
REM sleep and NREM sleep
rest
is a condition In which the body is in a decreased state of a…
sleep
is a state of rest accompanied by altered consciousness and r…
Nursing - Rest & Sleep
sleep
circadian rythm
non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep
rapid eye movement (REM) sleep
a state of rest accompanied by altered consciousness and rela…
complete a full cycle every 24 hours; fluctuations in a perso…
consists of 4 stages; stages I and II are light sleep; stages…
20-25% of a person's nightly sleep time; dream state; pulse,…
sleep
a state of rest accompanied by altered consciousness and rela…
circadian rythm
complete a full cycle every 24 hours; fluctuations in a perso…
35 terms
Rest and Sleep Nursing test 4
Rest
Sleep
hypothalmus
NREM
diminished activity
suspension
major sleep center, secretes hypocreatins, release serotonin,…
Non-rapid eye movement sleep; encompasses all sleep stages ex…
Rest
diminished activity
Sleep
suspension
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Foundations-Sleep and Rest (2)
Which phase resembles that of waking?
NREM takes up what percentage of your…
the transitional stage between drowsin…
what waves do you see in N1?
REM
75%
N1
theta or vertex sharp waves
Which phase resembles that of waking?
REM
NREM takes up what percentage of your…
75%
Nursing II Sleep and Rest
Stages of sleep
Functions of sleep
Factors that affect sleep and rest
Sleep disorders that affect sleep and…
pre-sleep... 4 to 5 Complete Sleep Cycles... - 90 min cycles... - 4 St…
Restorative... Heart... Brain ... Dreams
physical illnesses... pain... mood ... position... respiratory... cardiac... Ur…
Insomnia ... Sleep apnea... narcolepsy... Sleep deprivation... parasomnias
Stages of sleep
pre-sleep... 4 to 5 Complete Sleep Cycles... - 90 min cycles... - 4 St…
Functions of sleep
Restorative... Heart... Brain ... Dreams
Foundations of nursing Sleep and death
What processes does sleep contribute to?
When does brain tissue repair usually…
During sleep, the heart rate, blood pr…
During REM, muscles are _________
Healing, tissue repair, brain tissue repair for learning and…
Usually during REM
decreases
paralyzed
What processes does sleep contribute to?
Healing, tissue repair, brain tissue repair for learning and…
When does brain tissue repair usually…
Usually during REM
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Essentials in Nursing - Rest & Sleep
circadian rhythm
delta sleep
dyssomnias
enuresis
rhythm that completes a full cycle every 24 hours; synonym fo…
deep sleep, occurring during state III and especially stage I…
sleep disorders characterized by insomnia or excessive sleepi…
involuntary urination; most often used to refer to a child wh…
circadian rhythm
rhythm that completes a full cycle every 24 hours; synonym fo…
delta sleep
deep sleep, occurring during state III and especially stage I…
Foundations Unit 2 Rest and sleep
What are circadian rhythm examples?
Where is the biological clock located?
What happens if your circadian rhythm…
What if your circadian rhythm is low?
Biological clock, full 24 h cycle, change in HR, BP, T, hormo…
Hypothalamus
You are awake
You are asleep
What are circadian rhythm examples?
Biological clock, full 24 h cycle, change in HR, BP, T, hormo…
Where is the biological clock located?
Hypothalamus
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comfort sleep and rest- nursing
REST
SLEEP
RETICULAR ACTIVATING SYSTEM (RAS)
BULBAR SYNCHRONIZING REGION (BSR)
as a state of relaxation free from stressors; body is in decr…
state of rest accompanied by altered consciousness & relative…
wakefulness
sleep
REST
as a state of relaxation free from stressors; body is in decr…
SLEEP
state of rest accompanied by altered consciousness & relative…
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Nursing 131 Module 5 - Rest and Sleep
circadian rhythm
rest
sleep
The two major stages of sleep
the biological clock; regular bodily rhythms that occur on a…
decreased state of activity with the consequent feeling of be…
state of rest accompanied by altered consciousness
Non rapid eye movement (NREM), rapid eye movement (REM)
circadian rhythm
the biological clock; regular bodily rhythms that occur on a…
rest
decreased state of activity with the consequent feeling of be…
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FOUNDATIONS- EXAM 2 (Sleep & Rest)
1/3 of human life spent sleeping
Somnologists... -still dont know what act…
sleep used to be thought of as passive…
Less than 6-7 hrs of sleep a night hab…
...
-study sleep behavior, physiology, consequences of sleep loss…
...
...
1/3 of human life spent sleeping
...
Somnologists... -still dont know what act…
-study sleep behavior, physiology, consequences of sleep loss…
42 terms
Foundations: Lesson 20- Sleep and Rest
A periodic state of rest accompanied b…
NREM % of sleep
Stage where easily awakened and VS gra…
Stage where sound asleep but easily aw…
Sleep
70-80%
NREM 1 (few minutes)
NREM 2 (10-20 min)
A periodic state of rest accompanied b…
Sleep
NREM % of sleep
70-80%
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foundations of nursing 6th edition Chapter 16 Pain Management, Comfort, Rest, and Sleep
noxious
pain serves as a warning to the body b…
pain is subjective
"pain is whatever the experiencing per…
a stimulation of the sensory nerve endings that is harmful, i…
...
...
...
noxious
a stimulation of the sensory nerve endings that is harmful, i…
pain serves as a warning to the body b…
...
Fundamentals of Nursing (Sleep Study and Rest)
A condition in which the body is in a…
A state of rest accompanied by altered…
Infants should receive _____ hours of…
_____ is characterized by insomnia or…
Rest
Sleep
Infants = 14-20 Hours of Sleep... Adults = 7-9 Hours of Sleep
Dysomnias
A condition in which the body is in a…
Rest
A state of rest accompanied by altered…
Sleep
FOUNDATIONS Ch. 33 Rest and Sleep
circadian rhythm
delta sleep
dyssomnias
enuresis
rhythm that completes a full cycle every 24 hours; synonym fo…
deep sleep, occurring during stage III and especially stage I…
sleep disorders characterized by insomnia or excessive sleepi…
involuntary urination; most often used to refer to a child wh…
circadian rhythm
rhythm that completes a full cycle every 24 hours; synonym fo…
delta sleep
deep sleep, occurring during stage III and especially stage I…
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Foundations Exam 4: Rest and Sleep
What factors into adequate sleep?
Without proper amount of rest/sleep, w…
Benefits of sleep and rest
Circadian rhythms
Physical and emotional health.
Decreased ability to concentrate, make judgments, decreased h…
1. Mental relaxation... 2. Freedom from anxiety... 3. State of ment…
A 24 hour, day-to-night cycle
What factors into adequate sleep?
Physical and emotional health.
Without proper amount of rest/sleep, w…
Decreased ability to concentrate, make judgments, decreased h…
36 terms
Nursing 109 Rest, Sleep and Comfort
Describe the physiology of sleep
Other systems involved with sleep phys…
Sleep
Rest
RAS and bulbar synchronizing region work together controlling…
Peripheral Nervous System --cerebral and/or spinal injuries m…
State of rest accompanied by altered consciousness and relati…
Condition in which body is in decreased state of activity... con…
Describe the physiology of sleep
RAS and bulbar synchronizing region work together controlling…
Other systems involved with sleep phys…
Peripheral Nervous System --cerebral and/or spinal injuries m…
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Nursing (Chapter 34 Sleep & Rest)
Circadian rhythms
Enuresis
Fatigue
Hypnotics
Regular occurrence of certain phenomena in cycles of about 24…
Involuntary voiding with underlying pathophysiologic origin a…
A subjective state of weariness; lack of energy.
Medications that induce or maintain sleep.
Circadian rhythms
Regular occurrence of certain phenomena in cycles of about 24…
Enuresis
Involuntary voiding with underlying pathophysiologic origin a…
47 terms
NU 203 Foundations Hartkopf - Sleep and Rest
A periodic state of rest accompanied b…
Four Stages
75-80%
* Few Minutes... * Lightest stage... * Easil…
Define sleep:
How many stages of NonREM (NREM) sleep are there?
What percentage of sleep is NREM sleep?
Characteristics of NREM Stage 1:
A periodic state of rest accompanied b…
Define sleep:
Four Stages
How many stages of NonREM (NREM) sleep are there?
Foundations Ch. 18: Comfort, Rest, Sleep
apnea
bruxism
cataplexy
circadian rhythm
absence of breathing
grinding of the teeth
sudden loss of muscle tone, triggered by an emotional change…
phenomena that cycle on a 24-hour basis
apnea
absence of breathing
bruxism
grinding of the teeth
43 terms
Foundations of Nursing Sleep
Circadian rhythms
hypothalamus
hypocreatins
reticular activating system
affected by light, temp., social activities and work routines…
major sleep center
foster wakefulness and REM sleep
reurons in RAS release cathecholimines
Circadian rhythms
affected by light, temp., social activities and work routines…
hypothalamus
major sleep center
38 terms
Fundamental of Nursing Chapter 33 Sleep and Rest
Define rest:
Define sleep:
When a person is altered consciousness…
Why do we need to sleep?
Rest if a condition in which the body is inactive or engaging…
Sleep is a cyclically occurring state of decreased motor acti…
Sleeping.
Sleep and rest are essential for physical, mental, and spirit…
Define rest:
Rest if a condition in which the body is inactive or engaging…
Define sleep:
Sleep is a cyclically occurring state of decreased motor acti…
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NURSING care, comfort, rest, & sleep
circadian rhythm
electroencephalogram
alpha waves
beta waves
biorhythm based on the day-night pattern in 24 hour cycle
used to record the electrical activity of the neurons in the…
high-frequency, medium-amplitude, irregular waves--occur in d…
high frequency, low-amplitude, irregular waves--during period…
circadian rhythm
biorhythm based on the day-night pattern in 24 hour cycle
electroencephalogram
used to record the electrical activity of the neurons in the…
99 terms
Foundations of nursing Sleep and death
What processes does sleep contribute to?
When does brain tissue repair usually…
During sleep, the heart rate, blood pr…
During REM, muscles are _________
Healing, tissue repair, brain tissue repair for learning and…
Usually during REM
decreases
paralyzed
What processes does sleep contribute to?
Healing, tissue repair, brain tissue repair for learning and…
When does brain tissue repair usually…
Usually during REM
99 terms
Foundations of nursing Sleep and death
What processes does sleep contribute to?
When does brain tissue repair usually…
During sleep, the heart rate, blood pr…
During REM, muscles are _________
Healing, tissue repair, brain tissue repair for learning and…
Usually during REM
decreases
paralyzed
What processes does sleep contribute to?
Healing, tissue repair, brain tissue repair for learning and…
When does brain tissue repair usually…
Usually during REM
Fundamentals of Nursing-Unit III Comfort , Rest , and Sleep
Pain
Analgesic
Biofeedback
bolus
A feeling of distress or suffering.
Drug that relieves pain without causing loss of consciousness.
A specialized relaxation technique using a machine that measu…
Concentrated dose given in short period of time.
Pain
A feeling of distress or suffering.
Analgesic
Drug that relieves pain without causing loss of consciousness.
25 terms
Nursing Fundamentals - CH 34 REST & SLEEP
What is the definition of REST?
What is the definition of SLEEP?
What controls the cyclic nature of sle…
Where is the RAS and what is its funct…
A condition in which the body is in a decreased state of acti…
A state of rest accompanied by altered consciousness and rela…
There are two systems in the brainstem that control sleep. Th…
The RAS extends upward in the brainstem through the medulla,…
What is the definition of REST?
A condition in which the body is in a decreased state of acti…
What is the definition of SLEEP?
A state of rest accompanied by altered consciousness and rela…
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Components of Nursing: Sleep and Rest page 34
Sleep Apnea
Restless Leg Syndrome
Sleep Deprivation
Parasomnias
Generally referred to as sleep-disordered breathing (SDB), is…
People cannot lie still and report unpleasant creeping, crawl…
Refers to a decrease in the amount, consistency, or quality o…
Parasomnias are patterns of waking behavior that appear durin…
Sleep Apnea
Generally referred to as sleep-disordered breathing (SDB), is…
Restless Leg Syndrome
People cannot lie still and report unpleasant creeping, crawl…
Sleep and Nursing measures for rest and relaxation
Sleep
Rest
Promote sleep
Stages of the sleep cycle
is a cyclical physiological process that alternates with long…
-a state of mental, physical, spiritual activity that leaves…
-Sleep-wake pattern... -Environment... -medications... -Diet... -Physiolo…
1. Non rapid eye movement - lightest level of sleep... last for…
Sleep
is a cyclical physiological process that alternates with long…
Rest
-a state of mental, physical, spiritual activity that leaves…
30 terms
Foundations-Exam 3B Sleep and Rest-ORU
Sleep definition
Sleep can be _____ whereas _____
Well rested refers to
___ of human life is supposed to be sp…
sleep is a naturally occurring altered state of consciousness…
reversed, a coma cannot
being mentally alert, energetic, spontaneous, and without dro…
1/3
Sleep definition
sleep is a naturally occurring altered state of consciousness…
Sleep can be _____ whereas _____
reversed, a coma cannot
85 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing (Sleep Study and Rest) NEW B
A condition in which the body is in a…
A state of rest accompanied by altered…
Infants should receive _____ hours of…
_____ is characterized by insomnia or…
Rest
Sleep
Infants = 14-20 Hours of Sleep... Adults = 7-9 Hours of Sleep
Dysomnias
A condition in which the body is in a…
Rest
A state of rest accompanied by altered…
Sleep
Fundamentals of Nursing Chapter 45 Sleep/Rest
Circadian Rythms
2 Types of Sleep Cycles
NREM (Non-Rapid Eye Movement)
Stage I NREM
• Biological Rythm... • Sleep and Waking cycles... • BP/Body Temp
• NREM... • REM
• Stage 1... • Stage II... • Stage III... • Stage IV
• Drowsy... • Relaxed... • Heart rate decreased slightly
Circadian Rythms
• Biological Rythm... • Sleep and Waking cycles... • BP/Body Temp
2 Types of Sleep Cycles
• NREM... • REM
33 terms
Gerontological Nursing, ch. 15 Rest and Sleep
Insomnia
Nocturnal myoclonus
Phase advance
Restless leg syndrome
Inability to fall sleep, difficulty staying asleep, or premat…
Condition characterized by at least five leg jerks or movemen…
Falling asleep earlier in the evening and awakening earlier i…
Neurological disorder characterized by an uncontrollable urge…
Insomnia
Inability to fall sleep, difficulty staying asleep, or premat…
Nocturnal myoclonus
Condition characterized by at least five leg jerks or movemen…
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