nocturnal sleep

nocturnal sleep

Physiology Nighttime, or major, sleep period dictated by the circadian rhythm of sleep and wakefulness; the conventional time for sleeping
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The focus of this work is to study the effect of deficient thyroid hormones on nocturnal sleep pattern in overt hypothyroid people.
Do not nap in the day more than twice a week, as it lessens your need for nocturnal sleep.
Do not nap in the day more than twice a week as it lessens your need for nocturnal sleep.
27) demonstrated that ecological factors, which include cultural factors, are related to nocturnal sleep in toddlers.
3] A recent study which was done in 2012 in Saudi Arabia indicated that late night sleeping and a decrease in total nocturnal sleep time during the weekdays or weekends and sleepiness during the day are negatively associated with poor academic performance in medical students.
Binary logistic regression was performed to determine the association between nocturnal sleep duration and diabetes using lipids and BMI as confounders.
Snoring +ve and nocturnal sleep disturbance with or without EDS.
Nocturnal sleep disturbances and daytime dysfunction in patients with Parkinson's disease and in their caregivers.
The patients were subjected to nocturnal sleep polysomnography monitoring for at least 7 h at the sleep center with an Alice 4 Polysomnography Device that simultaneously recorded the following: (1) Oronasal airflow, (2) snoring, (3) percutaneous oxygen saturation (mean SaO[sub]2 and minimum SaO[sub]2), and (4) chest and abdominal breathing movements.
In the study that is now being published in the scientific journal SLEEP, sleep researchers Jonathan Cedernaes and Christian Benedict, sought to investigate the role of nocturnal sleep duration for this memory transfer, and how long-term memories formed by sleep remain accessible after acute cognitive stress.
I will redefine our subjective feelings as a function of nocturnal sleep in a later issue.