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Chapter 7 Section 1 Chapter 7 Section 1 Daily Focus Daily Focus
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Chapter 7 Section 1 Chapter 7 Section 1 Guided Reading Guided Reading
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1. An altered state of conscious, characterized by certain brain activity
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2. Restoration, energy conservation, protection, to clear our minds, and/or to dream
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3. Pulse slows, muscles relax, breathing is uneven and brainwaves are irregular
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4. Rapid eye movement, pulse and breathing are irregular, adrenal and sex hormones increase, and twitching
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5. When your circadian rhythms do not match the external time
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6. see page one
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7. Enlarged tonsils, repeating infections in
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Unformatted text preview: the ears or throat, and/or obesity 8. A person usually awakes with a vivid recollection of a nightmare, a night terror is usually not remembered 9. The first dreams are vague and random, as the night goes by, dreams become more vivid 10. Freud believed that dreams include thoughts and desires the dreamer is afraid to acknowledge Chapter 7 Section 1 Chapter 7 Section 1 Vocabulary Vocabulary 1. Narcolepsy 2. Consciousness 3. Nightmares 4. Night terrors 5. Sleep apnea 6. REM sleep 7. Sleep walking 8. Circadian 9. Insomnia...
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