sleep interruption

sleep interruption

A disruption in sleep architecture, resulting in arousal and wakefulness.
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On the other hand, frequent medical checks for the vital signs of the surgical patients may interrupt their sleep, whereas medical patients do not experience night sleep interruption unless there is an acute event.
Joffe and her associates urged clinicians to screen women who report nighttime hot flashes and sleep interruption for mood disturbance.
Many patients find their only relief comes from physical movement, which causes sleep interruption and leads to physical fatigue, impaired mental functioning, and emotional stress.
While there are several stress factors-such as discomfort, environmental stimulation or temperature alteration-which may affect the baby's sleep, Alfonso said that wetness is one of the two most common reasons for sleep interruption.
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.
In addition, adolescents with acute or chronic illness often have pain or other symptoms that can lead to sleep interruption or sleep loss.
This kind of constant sleep interruption can make you tired and irritable during the day, and this can have a terrible impact on your family life and job performance.
This sleep interruption pattern showed indicators of other issues for students such poor sleep quality, depression and anxiety.
In other words, feeding method made no difference in terms of objectively measured total sleep time, sleep efficiency (the ratio of sleep to wake during the night), or sleep fragmentation (the amount of sleep interruption during the night) as recorded by the wrist monitor.
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.
Even though studied to near exhaustion, the insidious effects of fatigue, sleep interruption and sleep deficit continue to plague pilots in their planes.