normal sleep

normal sleep

Sleep medicine A quality and length of sleep that is normal for a particular person Divisions 2–5% stage 1, 45–55% stage 2, 13–23% stage 3–short-wave, 20–25% REM sleep. See REM sleep, Sleep apnea.
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It takes them longer to fall asleep, and they have a shorter than normal sleep duration because they have to get up in the morning for school or work.
A Excessive daytime sleepiness is quite common among people with Parkinson's as the condition can affect the normal sleep cycle.
The research is the first evidence that a biological clock in the muscle can communicate with the brain, and is potentially good news for people who lose sleep because of factors including a crying newborn or a job that does not allow for normal sleep cycles, such as active military service.
Furthermore, eliminating BMAL1 from their muscles caused a severe disruption in normal sleep patterns, leading to a heightened need for sleep, deeper sleep and a diminished ability to recover.
Ramadan, which involves month-long daily fasting during daylight hours, is often accompanied by a disruption to normal sleep patterns.
He said that people suffering from blood pressure disease would have to make routine of physical exercise and taking a normal sleep.
Sleep hygiene maintenance helps persons living with diabetes enjoy a better quality of life by restoring normal sleep patterns and thereby improving glycaemic control.
The Steelers lost Sunday night and I hadn't gotten normal sleep in daysI'd attended the Women's March in D.
The researchers also measured participants' normal sleep habits.
In laboratory conditions, the sleep of the men was controlled and observed, allowing for a normal sleep period and a restricted sleep period, followed by a recovery sleep period.
In addition, due to the deteriorating state of security, consumers often turn to sleep aids in order to maintain normal sleep patterns.
Biology professor Phillip Karpowicz will test how colorectal cancer is affected by day-night cycles, specifically whether these cycles elevate colorectal cancer risk, and if maintaining normal sleep cycles can help prevent it, a study that in the long-term should help predict the optimal times of chemo and radiation therapies for colorectal cancer as well for many different cancers.