Psych-5 sleep

Psych-5 sleep - Sleep...

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Sleep Sleep happens on a regular basis and usually at the same time.  We need 8 hours a sleep Everyone should take a nap 15 to 20 min We dream but we don’t remember our dream but we remember our nightmares  because they wake us up. Sleep Positions 1) Fetal position=shy 2) On back with hand at side (soldier position)= uptight or reserved 3) Sleep on stomach=brash, straight to the point, blunt 4)  Spread out (starfish position)= good listeners 5) Sleep on your side w/hand nearby (log position) = trusting and easy going 6) Sleep on your side w/ arm out= suspicious  Stages of sleep Awake state ALPHA waves Hypnogogic state= the last thing you catch before you go to sleep right  before you fall asleep BETA WAVES NREM sleep THETA WAVES o None rapid eye movement, you are asleep but not dreaming o Characterized by slow, regular respiration and heart rate. o
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2010 for the course PSYCH 5 taught by Professor Abdelhamid during the Spring '10 term at El Camino.

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