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9 terms
sleep
Sleep ... -definition
Sleep... -types of sleep
Sleep... -circadian rhythm
EEG activity in wake vs sleep
unconsciousness from which the person can be aroused by senso…
REM... -Rapid eye movements... -Loss of muscle movements... -Vivid d…
-Normally, sleep and wakefulness occur in a cyclic manner, ca…
EEG activity undergoes marked changes under various physiolog…
Sleep ... -definition
unconsciousness from which the person can be aroused by senso…
Sleep... -types of sleep
REM... -Rapid eye movements... -Loss of muscle movements... -Vivid d…
51 terms
Sleep
heavy sleeper
sleepy
drowsy
dream
a person who does not wake up easily
tired and ready to go to sleep
causing or bringing about sleepiness
a sequence of images passing through the mind during sleep
heavy sleeper
a person who does not wake up easily
sleepy
tired and ready to go to sleep
31 terms
Sleep
Low amplitude EEG waves
High amplitude EEG waves
Desynchronized, low amplitude (voltage…
Synchronized, high amplitude (voltage)…
What is desynchronized cortical activity causes what sort of…
What is synchronized cortical activity causes what sort of EE…
What are the normal waves of the awake brain?
What are the normal waves of the sleeping brain? (not during…
Low amplitude EEG waves
What is desynchronized cortical activity causes what sort of…
High amplitude EEG waves
What is synchronized cortical activity causes what sort of EE…
14 terms
Sleep
STOP
BANG
Arousal Spectrum
Sleep Architecture
Mnemonic to assess for sleep apnea... Snoring, Tiredness, Observ…
Mnemonic to assess for sleep apnea... Body mass, Age, Neck circu…
Range from sleep to wakefulness influenced by light/dark and…
Pattern of sleep that has five levels of sleep through which…
STOP
Mnemonic to assess for sleep apnea... Snoring, Tiredness, Observ…
BANG
Mnemonic to assess for sleep apnea... Body mass, Age, Neck circu…
23 terms
Sleep
to bed
getting
waking
yawning
He is going _____ _______
He is ______ing up
He is ______ing up
She is ______ing
to bed
He is going _____ _______
getting
He is ______ing up
16 terms
SLEEP
cognitive
chronically
circadian
adept
adj. dealing with how we know the world around us through our…
constantly, persistently, continuously
the biological clock; regular bodily rhythms (for example, of…
adj. thoroughly skilled; (n.) an expert
cognitive
adj. dealing with how we know the world around us through our…
chronically
constantly, persistently, continuously
SLEEP
Why is sleep dangerous?
Circadian pacemaker
Homeostatic drive is dependent on
Behavioral criteria of sleep
High sensory threshold, risk of predation, Makes us question…
SCN
how long we are awake/sleep, more pressure for sleep longer w…
behavioral quiescence... stereotypical posture... reduced response…
Why is sleep dangerous?
High sensory threshold, risk of predation, Makes us question…
Circadian pacemaker
SCN
SLEEP
Why do we need to sleep?
How does sleep affect our brains?
What is meant by "rejuvenating our bod…
How does sleep affect the levels of gr…
We need sleep to retain memory, to keep going in life, to gro…
Our brain reorganizes itself and repairs itself. It also revi…
When we sleep, our bodies repair itself.
During sleep, our bodies produce growth hormone more than dur…
Why do we need to sleep?
We need sleep to retain memory, to keep going in life, to gro…
How does sleep affect our brains?
Our brain reorganizes itself and repairs itself. It also revi…
19 terms
Sleep
alarm clock
blanket
duvet
jet-lag
A clock that you can set to wake you up when you need to.
An extra cover you can use when you are cold.
A warm bed cover.
A feeling of tiredness when you arrive in a county after trav…
alarm clock
A clock that you can set to wake you up when you need to.
blanket
An extra cover you can use when you are cold.
Sleep
Sleep
Polysomnography
Electroencephalograph (EEG)
Electromyograph (EMG)
A regularly occurring ASC that typically occurs naturally and…
An intensive study of a sleeping person involving simultaneou…
Used to detect, amplify and record the electrical activity of…
Used to detect, amplify and record the electrical activity of…
Sleep
A regularly occurring ASC that typically occurs naturally and…
Polysomnography
An intensive study of a sleeping person involving simultaneou…
36 terms
Sleep
Sleep
Behavioral and physiologic functions a…
Insufficient Sleep
Fragmented Sleep
State during which an individual lacks conscious awareness &…
Sleep
Obtaining less sleep than one requires to be fully awake & al…
Frequent arousals or actual awakenings that interrupt sleep c…
Sleep
State during which an individual lacks conscious awareness &…
Behavioral and physiologic functions a…
Sleep
29 terms
Sleep
Tell me about the EMG, EEG, EOG, sensa…
same for non-REM. what do we call that…
now REM
muscle tone: NREM vs. REM
Tell me about the EMG, EEG, EOG, sensa…
same for non-REM. what do we call that…
28 terms
Sleep
Circadian Rhythms
Non-rapid eye movement sleep
Rapid eye movement sleep
Beta waves
biological rhythms that occur approximately once every 24 hou…
one of two phases of sleep, characterised by little or none r…
one of two phases (REM and NREM) of sleep, characterised by r…
typical brainwave pattern (high frequency (fast) and low ampl…
Circadian Rhythms
biological rhythms that occur approximately once every 24 hou…
Non-rapid eye movement sleep
one of two phases of sleep, characterised by little or none r…
sleep
Disappearing chair
Control crying
Daytime napping generally adjusts itse…
Daytime napping which permits a toddle…
Gradually remove yourself further from your child's side to s…
Gradually build up from 1 minute the time that your baby is l…
True
True
Disappearing chair
Gradually remove yourself further from your child's side to s…
Control crying
Gradually build up from 1 minute the time that your baby is l…
50 terms
Sleep
heavy sleeper
sleepy
drowsy
dream
a person who does not wake up easily
tired and ready to go to sleep
Inducing sleepiness, soporific
a sequence of images passing through the mind during sleep
heavy sleeper
a person who does not wake up easily
sleepy
tired and ready to go to sleep
77 terms
SLEEP
Sleep is not__________.
Sleep is rather a ___________
During sleep we transition through ___…
These stages are characterized by dist…
static... we fluctuate through stages (1-4) of sleep
behavior that is critical for our survival.
stages
electrical activity of the brain and muscles
Sleep is not__________.
static... we fluctuate through stages (1-4) of sleep
Sleep is rather a ___________
behavior that is critical for our survival.
8 terms
sleep
sleep deprived
research
sleep in
nightmare
Happens when you do not have enough sleep.
-scientific study
-sleep later than usual
Bad dream
sleep deprived
Happens when you do not have enough sleep.
research
-scientific study
Sleep
circadian rhythm
suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN)
melatonin
REM rebound effect
a biological or psychological process approximately 24 hrs lo…
small part of the hypothalamus that is sensative to light, tr…
sleep hormone produced by the pineal gland that causes drowsi…
when someone is deprived of REM sleep for more than three day…
circadian rhythm
a biological or psychological process approximately 24 hrs lo…
suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN)
small part of the hypothalamus that is sensative to light, tr…
25 terms
Sleep
Consciousness
Unconscious mind
Subconscious mind
Memory
state of awareness that involves a person's feelings, sensati…
Process information simultaneously on multiple tracks. Dreams…
A storage room of everything that stores all of your previous…
All memory is unconscious. Bringing the information outside y…
Consciousness
state of awareness that involves a person's feelings, sensati…
Unconscious mind
Process information simultaneously on multiple tracks. Dreams…
22 terms
sleep
stage 1
stage 2
stage 3
stage 4
Very Light Sleep (5%) Relaxed, slightly awake muscle jerking,…
Light Sleep (50%) Increased relaxation, Aroused easily, v/s c…
Deep Sleep (10%) Difficult to awaken. Relaxed w/ little movem…
Deepest sleep- 'Delta sleep' (10%) v/s low. Difficult to awak…
stage 1
Very Light Sleep (5%) Relaxed, slightly awake muscle jerking,…
stage 2
Light Sleep (50%) Increased relaxation, Aroused easily, v/s c…
17 terms
Sleep
잘잤니?
잘잤어요
7시간 가까이 잤어요
11시에 자러갔어요
Did you get a good night's sleep?
I had a good night's sleep.
I slept alomst 7hours.
I went to bed at 11.
잘잤니?
Did you get a good night's sleep?
잘잤어요
I had a good night's sleep.
Sleep
s'endormir
se réveiller
faire la grasse matinée
quelqu'un de matinal
fall alseep
wake up
have a lie-in / sleep in
an early bird
s'endormir
fall alseep
se réveiller
wake up
sleep
When I have enough sleep,
When I don't have enough sleep,
Before I go to bed I never eat
Before I go to bed I never drink
I feel in a good mood.
I feel in bad mood.
a big dinner.
cola or other fizzy drinks.
When I have enough sleep,
I feel in a good mood.
When I don't have enough sleep,
I feel in bad mood.
Sleep
Sleep
Pineal Gland
Sleep Deprivation
NREM Sleep
A state of consciousness during which the individual is unres…
A small gland found deep within the brain and is responsible…
Consistently going without adequate sleep so that tiredness i…
Stages 1-4 in the sleep cycle
Sleep
A state of consciousness during which the individual is unres…
Pineal Gland
A small gland found deep within the brain and is responsible…
109 terms
Sleep
humans spend about what fraction of th…
We require sleep for many reasons: ... li…
Sleep is vital not only for _______ __…
an altered state of consciousness in w…
1/3
-cope with daily stress... -to prevent fatigue... -to conserve ener…
optimal psychological, physiological
sleep
humans spend about what fraction of th…
1/3
We require sleep for many reasons: ... li…
-cope with daily stress... -to prevent fatigue... -to conserve ener…
26 terms
Sleep
to bed
getting
waking
yawning
He is going _____ _______
He is ______ing up
He is ______ing up
She is ______ing
to bed
He is going _____ _______
getting
He is ______ing up
Sleep
How many hours should an average adult…
Energy metabolism during sleep - INC o…
Which stage of sleep does dreaming occ…
What country records the most sleep in…
7-9 hours of sleep
DECREASES ... (as much as 10%)
REM sleep
China
How many hours should an average adult…
7-9 hours of sleep
Energy metabolism during sleep - INC o…
DECREASES ... (as much as 10%)
Sleep
EEG Machine
REM sleep
Sleep apnea and SIDS
NREM 1
Measures the brain's electrical activity
Rapid eye movement, a reoccurring sleep stage with vivid dreams
Both deal with breathing problems
light sleep / theta waves
EEG Machine
Measures the brain's electrical activity
REM sleep
Rapid eye movement, a reoccurring sleep stage with vivid dreams
12 terms
Sleep
REM sleep
non-REM sleep
REM sleep associated with dreams...
Circadian Rhythm
~Rapid eye movement... ~increases in length as night's sleep pro…
~no rapid eye movement... ~decreases in length as night's sleep…
REM cycles during sleep are linked to rapid, low electrical v…
~Cycles (approximately) once per day... ~25 hour cycle, not 24... ~…
REM sleep
~Rapid eye movement... ~increases in length as night's sleep pro…
non-REM sleep
~no rapid eye movement... ~decreases in length as night's sleep…
Sleep
3 Realms of sleep
How is sleep studied?
What does the EEG measure?
What does the EMG measure?
Arousal, slow-wave sleep, and REM sleep
Electroencephalogram (EEG), electromyogram (EMG), and electro…
Brain waves
Muscle activity
3 Realms of sleep
Arousal, slow-wave sleep, and REM sleep
How is sleep studied?
Electroencephalogram (EEG), electromyogram (EMG), and electro…
Sleep
Circadian Rhythms
Sleep-wake regulation
NREM
REM
24 hour day night cycle Biological clock
Influences and regulates body functions and behavioral functi…
Divided into stages 1-4
Not divided into stages
Circadian Rhythms
24 hour day night cycle Biological clock
Sleep-wake regulation
Influences and regulates body functions and behavioral functi…
13 terms
Sleep
Sleep is a non-waking state of conscio…
What is the sleep cycle?
Why do we sleep?
What is an ECG?
What is sleep?
The sleep- wake cycle is a circadian rhythm as it occurs once…
Sleep helps us restore our bodies from the general wear and t…
Electroencephalographs detect, amplify and record the electri…
Sleep is a non-waking state of conscio…
What is sleep?
What is the sleep cycle?
The sleep- wake cycle is a circadian rhythm as it occurs once…
18 terms
Sleep
REM sleep
non-REM sleep
Circadian rhythm
EEG
rapid eye movement, increases in length as night's sleep prog…
no rapid eye movement, decreases in length as night's sleep p…
any cyclic physiological or behavioral change in a person or…
A test that detects electrical activity in your brain... -puts e…
REM sleep
rapid eye movement, increases in length as night's sleep prog…
non-REM sleep
no rapid eye movement, decreases in length as night's sleep p…
sleep
circadian rhythm
insomnia
sleep apnea
narcolepsy
the rhythm of activity and inactivity lasting approximately o…
the failure to get enough sleep at night in order to feel res…
a sleep disorder in which a person has trouble breathing whil…
a condition characterized by suddenly falling asleep or feeli…
circadian rhythm
the rhythm of activity and inactivity lasting approximately o…
insomnia
the failure to get enough sleep at night in order to feel res…
sleep
circadian rhytm
REM Sleep
Obstructive sleep apnea
Narcolepsy
the regulation of biological processes into regular patterns
Sage of sleep marked by rapid eye movement, dreaming, and par…
When someone stops breathing while asleep because his/her thr…
sporadically falling asleep going into REM, where muscles are…
circadian rhytm
the regulation of biological processes into regular patterns
REM Sleep
Sage of sleep marked by rapid eye movement, dreaming, and par…
34 terms
sleep
dinurial
nocturnal
entrainment
free running
active during the day
active during the night
adjuctimg internal rhythm based on an outside source such as…
to have a circadian rhythm driven internally, independent fro…
dinurial
active during the day
nocturnal
active during the night
11 terms
Sleep
Sleep
Biological Rhythms
Ciradian Rhythms
NREM-1
Periodic and natural loss of consciousness
24 hours biological clock; 90-minute sleep circle
The biological clock; regular bodily rhythms (of body tempera…
Hallucinations
Sleep
Periodic and natural loss of consciousness
Biological Rhythms
24 hours biological clock; 90-minute sleep circle
Sleep
Definition of Sleep
What is wakefulness
Difference between coma and sleep
Stage one of sleep
Sleep is the reversible behavioral state of perceptual diseng…
is the daily recurring brain state and state of consciousness…
coma is irreversible while sleep is recurrent and reversible…
light sleep, we drift in and out of sleep and can be awakened…
Definition of Sleep
Sleep is the reversible behavioral state of perceptual diseng…
What is wakefulness
is the daily recurring brain state and state of consciousness…
Sleep
Somnambulism
Sleep terrors
Nightmares
Somniloquy
sleepwalking/ occurs during partial arousal from stage 4 sleep
awakening during the night/ usually begins with piercing scre…
are frightening dreams that occur during REM sleep
sleeptalking/ occurs during any stage of sleep/ more frequent…
Somnambulism
sleepwalking/ occurs during partial arousal from stage 4 sleep
Sleep terrors
awakening during the night/ usually begins with piercing scre…
sleep
pouch
sand
cave
rocks
pouch
sand
21 terms
Sleep
syfte
fylla på med ny energi
klara av
gå igenom
purpose
re-energize
manage
pass through
syfte
purpose
fylla på med ny energi
re-energize
12 terms
Sleep
inadequate sleep
vulnerable
distruption
counteract
niewłaściwy sen
podatny, bezradny
przerwanie, zakłócenie
przeciwdziałać, neutralizować
inadequate sleep
niewłaściwy sen
vulnerable
podatny, bezradny
Sleep
body
muscles
breathing
heartbeat
body
muscles
Sleep
Circadian Rhythms
Non-rapid eye movement sleep
Rapid eye movement sleep
Survival (adaptive and evolutionary )…
biological rhythms that occur approximately once every 24 hou…
one of two phases of sleep, characterised by little or none r…
one of two phases (REM and NREM) of sleep, characterised by r…
Sleep depends on the need to find food. vulnerability to pred…
Circadian Rhythms
biological rhythms that occur approximately once every 24 hou…
Non-rapid eye movement sleep
one of two phases of sleep, characterised by little or none r…
Sleep
80% of dreaming occurs
most difficult to awaken
sleep spindles
50% of sleep time
REM
REM and 3
2
2
80% of dreaming occurs
REM
most difficult to awaken
REM and 3
16 terms
Sleep
N1
N2
N3
Tonic REM
phase of sleep characterized by low voltage, mixed, slow roll…
most prominent phase of sleep, waves consist of sleep spindle…
slow delta wave sleep, first third of the night, waking up fr…
phase of sleep characterized by EMG suppression, low voltage…
N1
phase of sleep characterized by low voltage, mixed, slow roll…
N2
most prominent phase of sleep, waves consist of sleep spindle…
36 terms
Sleep
Sleep
Behavioral and physiologic functions a…
Insufficient Sleep
Fragmented Sleep
State during which an individual lacks conscious awareness &…
Sleep
Obtaining less sleep than one requires to be fully awake & al…
Frequent arousals or actual awakenings that interrupt sleep c…
Sleep
State during which an individual lacks conscious awareness &…
Behavioral and physiologic functions a…
Sleep
25 terms
sleep
stagger working hours
diabetes
obesity
impaired ability
arrange w. hrs
cukrzyca
nadwaga
not fully able to do sth
stagger working hours
arrange w. hrs
diabetes
cukrzyca
14 terms
Sleep
Circadian Rhythms
Non-rapid eye movement sleep (NREM)
Rapid eye movement sleep (REM)
Stage 1 NREM sleep
rhythm that occur approximately once every 24 hours
one of two phases of sleep, divided into four stages
one of two phases of sleep, dreams
Lasts about 5 minutes, very light sleep, may deny being asleep
Circadian Rhythms
rhythm that occur approximately once every 24 hours
Non-rapid eye movement sleep (NREM)
one of two phases of sleep, divided into four stages
39 terms
Sleep
Biological Need for Sleep
Physiology of Sleep
Circadian Rhythm
Circadian synchronization
Helps cope with stresses... Prevent fatigue... Conserve energy... Rest…
Cyclic nature of sleep controlled by lower part of brain. Ret…
24-hour internal biological clock... Vital signs follow a circad…
Biological clock coincides with sleep-wake cycle. Person awak…
Biological Need for Sleep
Helps cope with stresses... Prevent fatigue... Conserve energy... Rest…
Physiology of Sleep
Cyclic nature of sleep controlled by lower part of brain. Ret…
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