Sleep loss Effects—sleepiness in society

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Unformatted text preview: mulus and how long it takes to respond o Finding that over an accumulation of a limited amount of sleep (ex: 6 hours constantly) for an extended period of time their alertness is the same as people who have not sleep 1, 2, etc. days. §༊ Ex: 6 hours or sleep for 7-8 days, has the same alertness as someone who has not slept for 1 day ú༏ And the person will continue to get worse; sleepiness increases Sleep Recovery after Sleep loss • After being sleep deprived, then sleep (Total sleep deprivation) o Increases slow wave sleep o Will get more NREM sleep than REM sleep the next night §༊ Might not even get REM sleep §༊ This demonstrates that NREM sleep has something to do with homeostatic regulation o Longer latency to REM Sleep o Decreased REM • After REM sleep deprivation o Increase REM o Shorter latency to REM sleep o Less NREM SWS measure of sleep homeostasis • Sleep homeostatic drive, should increase with time awake Homeostasis: Brain Regional Regulation • Regional stimulation o Local increase in SWS o Local increase in adenosine • Wale behaviors during sleep o Delta sleep EEG while still operating a train...
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This document was uploaded on 03/13/2014 for the course PSYCH AS.200.368 at Johns Hopkins.

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