Sleep Synopsis - Tim Thyne Period 3 Psychology Sleep...

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Tim Thyne Period 3 10/9/00 Psychology Sleep Synopsis I am a teen. Therefore, I commonly have a very dynamic sleep schedule that varies in range. I sleep an average of seven hours per night. I often find that it is not enough to function daily. I usually find myself tired throughout the day, and I sometimes need to take long naps. Every day I stay after school to lift weights, so when I get home I am exhausted, so I fall asleep. For example, on day five I came home at 5:00 PM and fell asleep until 8:30 PM. This caused me to not be tired at my normal bedtime. Another reason that I have trouble sleeping at night may be that I may have important thoughts running through my mind which does not give my brain a chance to relax. I dreamt three times during the ten-day period that I recorded. To “catch” a dream I often slept on my couch, or I sleep in a different position. On the first day of the sleep log, I went to bed approximately one hour earlier than I normally do. This helped me to remember my dream more clearly. I think that when I
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course MGMT 375 taught by Professor Higgins during the Spring '08 term at Abilene Christian University.

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