It has been suggested, in most cases, that patients with normal lung function are able to normalize gas exchange during wakefulness
by voluntarily increasing minute ventilation.
Fit people have a better quality of sleep, but working out right before bed prepares the body for wakefulness
. Exercise earlier in the day to aid relaxation and boost your mood.
is a new medical term for persistent vegetative state.
These chemicals induce wakefulness
by preventing the neurotransmitters responsible for wakefulness
from being reabsorbed by the nerves of the brain.
Graduated extinction may then be introduced to reduce nocturnal wakefulness
during the night (if needed).
In this intriguing work, the author traces the persistence of the "cult of manly wakefulness
" through its long course in American history.
in rats may be clearly identified as relaxed and attentive (VALLE et al., 1992; URSIN, 1968).
Orexin is a crucial neurotransmitter in the regulation of sleep and wakefulness
. Precursor peptide prepro-orexin, which is produced in the hypothalamic neurons, matures into two peptides, orexin A and orexin B.
The product is a prescription medicine indicated to improve wakefulness
in adult patients with excessive sleepiness associated with obstructive sleep apnea, shift work disorder or narcolepsy.
The drug (suvorexant) significantly improved both subjective and objective measures of sleep, including sleep onset, total sleep time, and wakefulness
after sleep, Dr.
The quality of wakefulness
affects how quickly you fall asleep, the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, reports in a study that identifies two proteins never before linked to alertness and sleep-wake balance.
"In fact, the restorative nature of sleep appears to be the result of the active clearance of the by-products of neural activity that accumulate during wakefulness