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Sleep, its physiology, pathology, hygiene, and psychology

by Mar"ia Mikhaв™ЇЖЇlovna Manaseina

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Published by Scott in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Issued also in Russian under title: Son kak tret zhizni chelov♯Ưeka, ili fiziologiya, patologiya, higiena i psikhologiya sna.

Statementby Marie de Manac©♭© ne
SeriesContemporary science series
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 341 pages :
Number of Pages341
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26262091M

sleep, such as previous sleep-wake history (e.g., homeostatic load), phase of the circadian timing system, ambient temperature, drugs, and sleep disorders. A clear appreciation of the normal characteristics of sleep provides a strong background and template for.   Good sleep habits (sometimes referred to as “sleep hygiene”) can help you get a good night’s sleep. Some habits that can improve your sleep health: Be consistent. Go to bed at the same time each night and get up at the same time each morning, including on the weekends.

‘Sleep hygiene’ means habits that help you to have a good night’s sleep. Common sleeping problems (such as insomnia) are often caused by bad habits reinforced over years or even decades. You can dramatically improve your sleep quality by making a few minor adjustments to lifestyle and attitude. Sleep is essential for proper psychological and physiological functioning. Research on rats has found that a week of no sleep leads to loss of immune function, and two weeks of no sleep leads to death. Sleep has been linked to psychological, emotional, and mental recovery, as well as learning and memory.

  4) DELTA WAVES Slow waves, have a frequency of ≤ 3Hz or less. Normally seen in deep sleep in adults as well as in infants and children. Delta waves are abnormal in the awake adult. Often, have the largest amplitude of all waves. Delta waves can be . Sleep physiology and pathology: Pertinence to psychiatry Article Literature Review in International Review of Psychiatry 17(4) September with 13 Reads How we measure 'reads'.


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Sleep: Its physiology, pathology, hygiene and psychology. Publisher Information: London: Walter Scott, First edition in English.

vii, pp. x mm. Half. "This book examines a variety of aspects of sleep, including its physiology, pathology, hygiene, and psychology. The author also looks at the differences between the waking and sleeping states, the general phenomena of sleep, reflex movements, the brain during sleep, talking in sleep, attention during sleep, theories of sleep, the fear of darkness, the influence of light, dreams, and other.

Inadequate or nonrestorative sleep can markedly impair a patient’s quality of life. Sleep disorders may be primary or may result from a variety of psychiatric and medical conditions. Primary sleep disorders result from an endogenous disturbance in sleep-wake generating or timing mechanisms, often complicated by behavioral conditioning.

In her monograph Sleep she observed that the brain is in an active state during sleep. She cited dreams as "evidence of an ongoing psychic life of sleep generated by the brain". An English translation appeared in as Sleep: Its Physiology, Pathology, Hygiene, and Psychology. The daily sleep requirements decline steadily as we age, from 16 hours a day in infants to ,5 hours in young adults.

It then levels off before decreasing further in the elderly. Less than hours of sleep in a night is usually associated with symptoms of sleep deprivation.

For more information on good sleep practices, see Sleep Hygiene. Humans spend about one-third of their lives asleep, yet most individuals know little about sleep. Although its function remains to be fully elucidated, sleep is a universal need of all higher life forms including humans, absence of which has serious physiological consequences.

This chapter provides an overview of basic sleep physiology and describes the characteristics of REM and NREM sleep.

The human body; an account of its structure and activities and the conditions of its healthy working   The physiology of sleep is characterized by two phases, REM and NoREM, and within the REM phase there are four stages. Adults usually have about 8 hours of sleep per day.

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fficacy of a short-term sleep hygiene education program on working women with poor sleep quality. Methods: This pilot study was a prospective and an exploratory intervention study. The intervention was tested on 37 selected working women with poor sleep quality in the community. The Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (score > 5) was used to identify working women with poor sleep quality.

After a. now known about the physiology, pathology, hygieneandpsychologyofsleep. Theauthor's own investigations supplement a very wide range of reading on the subject.

Aclassified bibliography enumerates about books and articles pertaining more or less directly to sleep. Theoneconstant physical accompanimentof sleep is arterial, particularly. Read this book on Questia. Analyzing ground-breaking research, this reference highlights the impact of sleep deprivation on the well-being of the individual and society-presenting current theories on the function of sleep, the effects of sleep deprivation on patients with medical and psychiatric conditions, as well as providing interpretative and methodological results in comparative studies.

The reader is referred to Principles and Practices in Sleep Medicine (Kryger, Roth, & Dement, ) for an extensive discussion of sleep physiology and pathology; an abbreviated summary is presented.

There are two sleep states, rapid eye movement sleep (REMS) and non-REMS (NREMS). Physiology and pathology are two distinct fields of science that include the study of cells. Read on to learn how a formal study of physiology, pathology and related sciences can lead to a career as a medical pathologist, physician or physician assistant.Although the exact function of sleep is largely unknown, its physiology and altered sleep states are much better understood because of recent large-scale research and clinical investigation.

Sleep hygiene, relaxation techniques, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and pharmacologic treatments provide options for Cited by: 2. I was perusing the book entitled, "Sleep: its physiology, pathology, hygiene, and psychology." by Maria Mikhailovna Manaseina and not only did I vomit a little while reading, but It so sadly reminded me of the attitudes of so many people during those times, and how scary it is to think that there are probably some people that actually have similar attitudes and beliefs today.