sleep interruption

sleep interruption

A disruption in sleep architecture, resulting in arousal and wakefulness.
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In April 2003, the Working Group issued its final report recommending 35 interrogation techniques to Rumsfeld, who recommended 24 of the 35, including dietary and environmental manipulation, sleep interruption and isolation.
He says his medication causes "drowsiness, dizziness, confusion, memory loss, sleep interruption and intermittent sexual dysfunction".
This sleep interruption pattern showed indicators of other issues for students such poor sleep quality, depression and anxiety.
As well as new noise abatement policies and re-organising delivery times at hotels to ensure minimum sleep interruption, Travelodge is replacing hundreds of mattresses and duvets and introducing 81,000 new pillows.
The case presented illustrates the use of hypnotherapy in contrast to cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to resolve an 11-year-old girl's cycle of persistent anxiety, abdominal pain and sleep interruption.
The effects of total sleep deprivation, selective sleep interruption and sleep recovery on pain tolerance thresholds in healthy subjects.
Anyone who has suffered the nightly sleep interruption faced by new parents will sympathise with the Freemantles.
Self-reported sleep interruption ratings during the intervention phase ranged between 0-2 times and 0-1 during the follow-up phase.
Sleep Interruption of a sleep stage by fragmentation awakening, arousal or appearance of another sleep stage.
Many sleep apnea patients discontinue their CPAP therapy because their CPAP mask causes discomfort, irritation and sleep interruption.
Nighttime noise, and the sleep interruption it can cause, is not pleasant.
THIS UNCOMFORTABLE AND UNPLEASANT CONDITION LARGELY AFFECTS CHILDREN, BUT CAN ALSO AFFECT ADULTS AND OFTEN LEADS TO SLEEP INTERRUPTION DUE TO THE SEVERITY OF THE ITCH.