This week's individual work explores dreams, and the stages and disorders associated with sleep. You are to describe in detail each sleep stage, three sleep disorders, and why sleep is necessary.
This lesson provides an explanation of the measurement of brain activity, as well as the presence of different sleep patterns and their respective functions.
Stages of Sleep
• Fill in the blanks: Write a brief description of the Characteristic for each sleep stage listed on the table below:
|Stage | Characteristic |EEG Pattern | | |Rapid low amplitude Brain waves. The | | |Stage 1 |momentary stage between awake and sleep. | | | |Slower more regular pattern with slight | | |Stage 2 |interruptions known as spindles. | | | | | | | |A sleep characterized by slow brain | | |Stage 3 |waves, with greater peaks and valleys in | | | |the wave pattern than stage 2 | | | |The deepest stage of sleep which we are |...
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