Regional brain glucose metabolism is altered during rapid eye movement
sleep in the cat: A preliminary study.
CHICAGO -- Psychiatrists should rule out rapid eye movement
sleep behavior disorder when a patient presents with dramatic or violent behavior during sleep, according to a panel of experts who addressed the joint annual meeting of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society.
At this point, red lights are flashed into the user's eyes to subconsciously alert him or her to the onset of rapid eye movement
The physiological elements of dreams were first probed in 1952, when a University of Chicago researcher discovered periods of rapid eye movement
This is a rapidly growing area of mental health concern, because depressive people are known to experience prolonged periods of rapid eye movement
(REM) sleep, which is directly linked with emotional processing and dreaming," he added.
This circuit, the so-called oculomotor system, gives the command for rapid eye movement
by way of special nerve cells that produce a short-lived succession of action potentials.
Whether it is slow-wave sleep or rapid eye movement
, called REM, sleep changes the biochemistry of the brain, and the change is necessary to continue learning new things, suggests research presented November 18 at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience.
And, as any good student will tell you, their name stood for Rapid Eye Movement
- so there
Most reported adverse effects are CNS-related, including dizziness, somnolence, blurred vision, ataxia, involuntary rapid eye movement
(nystagmus), prolonged periods of unresponsiveness, and confusion (particularly in older patients).
We already know that dreams are more frequently recalled from Rapid Eye Movement
(REM) sleep, a type of sleep in which the brain is as active as when awake,' he said.
Most vivid dreams occur during a sleep process called Rapid Eye Movement
, or REM.
Dreaming causes rapid eye movement
(REM), which is when the eyes move in bursts of activity.