1 edition of Art.IX. - The physiology of sleep. found in the catalog.
Art.IX. - The physiology of sleep.
|Other titles||Physiology of sleep.|
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|Pagination||p. 203-217 ;|
|Number of Pages||217|
* Elsevier is a leading publisher of health science books and journals, helping to advance medicine by delivering superior education, reference information and decision support tools to doctors, nurses, health practitioners and students. Structure: The anatomy of sleep. The ebb and flow of neurotransmitters switches our brains between sleep and wakefulness in carefully regulated by: 7.
In a world of hour media saturation, sleep has become an increasingly fraught enterprise. The award-winning four-volume Encyclopedia of Sleep is the largest reference, either online or in print, on the subject of sleep. Written to be useful for the novice and the established researcher and clinician, Topic areas will include sleep across the life cycle and in other species, sleep Book Edition: 1. Nathaniel Kleitman (Ap Kishinev – Aug Los Angeles) was an American physiologist and sleep researcher who served as Professor Emeritus in Physiology at the University of is recognized as the father of modern sleep research, and is the author of the seminal book Sleep and WakefulnessAlma mater: University of Chicago, Columbia .
and encounter instructions to “sleep in a dark room”, “exercise using high-intensity intervals” and “mix fats in your coffee”. Yawn. So, when I began reading the first chapter of the handbook, I was pleasantly surprised. The chapter opens with an explanation on sleep and sleep cycles that engages you with incredible detail on whatFile Size: 1MB. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm. Contents: Machine derived contents note: PART I: Conceptual and Comparative Background Central Regulation of Sleep and Autonomic Physiology, R. Lydic Evolution and Comparative Physiology of Sleep in Animals, I. Tobler --PART II: Cardiovascular Physiology and Sleep .
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The Physiology of Sleep. Sleep influences all of the body’s major physiologic systems, including thermoregulatory, musculoskeletal, endocrine, respiratory, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, and immune systems.
Sleep also impacts individual’s weight, mental health, and overall quality of life. Physiology in Sleep provides the physiological definition of sleep and presents the philosophical approach to sleep that departs from pharmacological and neurophysiological theories of sleep.
This book discusses the effects of sleep on cardiovascular and respiratory function, cerebral metabolism and blood flow, as well as temperature regulation.
The Physiology of Sleep — Mental Health Sleep and mood have a bidirectional relationship: Mental health is both impacted by and impacts how well a person sleeps. Lack of sleep can be caused by other mental health (i.e., psychiatric) conditions that a person is experiencing, and can, in turn, impact those conditions.
Physiology in Sleep provides the physiological definition of sleep and presents the philosophical approach to sleep that departs from pharmacological and neurophysiological theories of sleep.
This book discusses the effects of sleep on cardiovascular and respiratory function, cerebral metabolism and blood flow, as well as temperature Edition: 1.
Humans spend about one-third of their lives asleep, yet most individuals know little about sleep. Although its function remains to be fully elucidated, sleep is a universal need of all higher life forms including humans, absence of which has serious physiological consequences.
This chapter provides an overview of basic sleep physiology and describes the characteristics of REM and NREM sleep. *Diencephalic sleep areas: 1. Rostral of hypothalamus, especially the suprachiasmatic area 2. Intralaminar and anterior thalamic nuclei 4.
Basal forebrain sleep area: 1. Preoptic area and Brocaʼs diagonal band. *low freq stimulation (8/s) leads to sleep; while high freq. causes to wake up Sleep centers.
During sleep, our body cycles through 4 different stages consisting of both rapid-eye-movement (REM) and non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep.
The body usually cycles through these stages on average 4 to 6 times, averaging 90 minutes in each stage. As the night progresses, fewer NREM stages occur, and the duration of REM sleep episodes : Aakash K.
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The physiology of sleep is characterized by two phases, REM and NoREM, and within the REM phase there are four stages. Adults usually have about 8 hours of sleep per day. If the 8 hours are carried out in a continuous manner, it will take about 4 or 5 cycles. That said, references to the Batman comic books and movies makes for a readable text.
Perhaps what I like most about this book is that most of the books that address these subjects are textbooks that are sold on the textbook pricing model (i.e. we have a limited but captive audience so let’s make them pay top dollar.)Cited by: 9.
In a typical night of sleep, a young adult: I. First enters NREM sleep, passes through stages 1, 2, 3 and 4. Then goes into the first REM sleep episode. This cycle is repeated at intervals of about 90 minutes throughout the 8 hours of a night sleep. Therefore, there are sleep cycles per night (and REM periods per night).
New content on sleep apnea, neurological disorders, legal aspects of sleep medicine, dental sleep medicine genetics, circadian disorders, geriatrics, women’s health, cardiovascular diseases, and occupational sleep medicine, keeps you fully up to date.; Updates to scientific discoveries and clinical approaches ensure that you remain current with new knowledge that is advancing.
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This volume is organized into three different parts. The first is a review of the basic mechanisms of sleep and wakefulness and the chronobiology of sleep. A comprehensive sleep assessment: Usual sleeping patterns Sleeping environment Bedtime routines/rituals Sleep aids Sleep changes or problems Sleep history: in-depth questions about the person's usual times for sleep, any preparation, preferences, and routines, quality of sleep, napping habits (if any), and whether the patient wakes early nd cannot return to sleep.
Michael McGirr is the author of Things You Get for Free and The Lost Art of Sleep. His book Bypass: The Story of a Road has been a popular Year 12 English text in Victoria. He has reviewed over books for the Age and the Sydney Morning Herald/5. This book further discusses the gastric, esophageal, and intestinal functioning during sleep.
The final chapter explores the sleep apnea syndromes and some examples of the sudden infant death syndrome. This book is intended for readers seeking a detailed account of physiology in sleep.
Sleep Deprivation • Insufficient Sleep Syndrome – The patient simply does not sleep enough, but there is otherwise nothing wrong with his/her sleep. – Prevalence is unknown, but this is likely the most common cause of excessive daytime sleepiness in the general population.
– However, only about 2% of all patients presenting to a sleep center have this diagnosis (Zorick et al. ).File Size: 1MB. WINNER BMA Medical Book of the Year Oxford Textbook of Sleep Disorders Edited by Sudhansu Chokroverty and Luigi Ferini-Strambi Oxford Textbooks in Clinical Neurology.
An in-depth coverage of sleep disorders presented in a logical and orderly way; Written by the experts in the field covering all common neurological disorders. Non-REM sleep is also referred to as slow wave sleep as during this period the brain waves are very strong and of a very low frequency (i.e.
slow). While non-REM sleep is sometimes referred to as dreamless sleep, dreams and even nightmares can occur during non-REM sleep.
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This site is like a library, Use search box .Leading authors review the state-of-the-art in their field of investigation, and provide their views and perspectives for future researchChapters are extensively referenced to provide readers with a comprehensive list of resources on the topics coveredAll chapters include comprehensive background information and are written in a clear form that is also accessible to the non .