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A polysomnographically defined state not equal to any non-rapid eye movement (NREM) stages or rapid eye movement sleep. The awake state is characterised by alpha and beta waves, tonic EMG, voluntary rapid eye movements, and eye blinks; this definition of awake is valid only if the polysomnogram is matched by a resumption of a reasonably alert state of consciousness.


Fully aroused Sleep disorders A polysomnographically defined state not equal to any NREM stages or REMS: characterized by alpha and beta waves, tonic EMG, voluntary REMS, and eye blinks

Patient discussion about awake

Q. Good morning! Anybody awake?

A. Hi Immi - Well, I'm very happy you came back and said hello. I hope you rested well and had a good night sleep. How are you doing these days with your Bipolar? Is this a good period?

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For, Mr Flintwinch awake, was watching Mr Flintwinch asleep.
A COVENTRY estate agency is helping the Godiva Awakes project on its way with gold patronage.
Hundreds of dancers, actors, aerialists, musicians, pyrotechnicians, carnivalists and local youngster are also set to be part of the pounds 500,000 Arts Council England commission - which is entitled Godiva Awakes.
A CALL has gone out to Birmingham singers to join the Godiva Awakes Choir.
As the darkness draws close, I wonder if this awakes the fallen, now ghosts.
About 1,500 students attended a performance Friday of "The Dragon Awakes," a theatrical production about the rise of modern China now playing at the Lancaster Performing Arts Center.
MORE than 220 young performers from all over the West Midlands are now busy rehearsing for Coventry's Olympics arts special Godiva Awakes.
He awakes, does his toilet in mime and goes to work where he taps away on an imaginary computer.
A team of cyclists will transport a statue of the city's legendary heroine from Coventry to London as part of the Godiva Awakes arts special.
Giant horses heads, stained glass and details of Lady Godiva's gown were revealed as Coventry-based Imagineer Productions yesterday unveiled details of what the spectacle will look like at a public launch of Godiva Awakes at the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum.
Male singers are being invited to sign up for the Godiva Awakes Choir which will sing as part of a special project for the 2012 London Olympics.
Youngsters and teens from across the region will be working on Godiva Awakes - a 10 metre high Lady Godiva which will travel from Coventry to London for the 2012 Olympics.