Wednesday 31 October 2018

Physiology of Sleep and Clinical Characteristics: (OJNBD) - Lupine Publishers

Physiology of Sleep and Clinical Characteristics by Miranda Nava Gabriel in Online Journal of Neurology and Brain Disorders in Lupine Publishers

Sleep is defined as a natural decrease in the perception [1] of the external environment that occurs periodically and reversibly, but retaining a certain degree of reactivity towards the environment and autonomous functions [2]. Sleep is considered an active process of biological, cyclical and, it is essential for survival. Most adults require an amount of sleep between 7-8 hours per day; however, there are individual variations regarding the schedule, duration, and internal structure of the dream [3].

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