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    Freud Sleep Stages

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    what really happens when you sleep? Through this research you will learn: who Sigmund Freud is, what he did and the different stages of sleep. These stages consist of stage one, two, three, four and lastly the REM stage, or rapid eye movement stage. Sleep not only has to do with rejuvenating yourself, but also with the brain. The brain controls most of what happens in your sleep and daily life. All the stages of sleep combined takes 90 to 110 minutes. Sigmund Freud is an Austrian neurologist and the father of psychology. Sigmund believed that dreams and sleep all had to do with daily life. He was right. When something did not make sense the second it happened, your brain would want to make sense of it no matter what,…

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    However, the dream that individuals have occur during the rapid eye movement sleep where we think and see different things in our mind. Furthermore, in the non-rapid eye movement sleep each stage can last up to five to fifteen minutes. In stage one, even though the eyes of a person is closed it is easy for the person to wake up. Stage two, the person is in light sleep where your heart rate and temperature goes down where your body starts preparing itself for deep sleep. Stage three, it becomes…

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    Dreams are important because dreams prove REM sleep was entered. REM sleep is the type of sleep which rapid eye movement occurs. Muscle activity can also be occurring. The online source took the textbook one step further because more research was studied. Discovering Psychology written by Hockenbury, et al was edited and published in 2016 where as Evidence That Non-dreamers Dream: A REM Sleep Behavior Disorder Model written by Herlin, et al was edited and published in 2015. A REM Sleep…

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    Psychology – Sleep Assignment Title: Snoozzzze before you losssse What is Sleep? Sleep is described as a non-waking state of consciousness that is characterised by general unresponsiveness to the environment and physical immobility. Sleep is when the nervous system of your body is inactive and the muscles are relaxed. Why do we sleep when we do? Humans tend to sleep 5-8 hours every night, and to do so in a pattern tied to the 24-hour light-darkness cycle. This cycle is called a circadian rhythm…

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    Every individual dreams; however, some people are affected more than others. Dreams are sequences of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep. Most occurring during rapid-eye movement or REM—when brain activity is high and resembles being awake. Many believe that dreams are a connection to an individual’s subconscious. Sigmund Freud, a scientist in the early 1900s performed extensive studies on dreams, including their…

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    these mammals have to sleep in a way that prevents them from drowning, which is different from how you and other land mammals sleep. Your bodily functions during sleep include the inactivation of all voluntary muscles, however, you are equipped with a breathing reflex which allows you to breathe automatically so you will not suffocate during sleep. Dolphins aren't equipped with that breathing reflex, so their way of sleeping is very different and is important to their survival. Unihemispheric…

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    discrete from the conscious mind. They are a sequence of mental representations or ideas that the mind generates during sleep. While dreams have captured the attention of people all around the world, this profound topic has led to additional questions and numerous answers.The stages of NREM sleep, lucid dreams, and the effects of dreams are subtly expressive. There are many theories that state why people dream, however, the reason as to why dreams occur is not scientifically proven. Some…

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    When you fall asleep, you enter a deep sleep cycle called REM sleep. REM means Rapid Eye Movement. When you enter this cycle, you get the deepest sleep, but it’s also when you begin to dream those vivid dreams you probably don’t remember when you wake up. Sure, if you’re untrained, you will only remember bits and pieces of them, but not enough to differentiate one dream from another during REM sleep. What if you could turn your dreams off altogether? At the University of California, Berkeley,…

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    Have you ever wondered why we dream? In the medical world, dreams cause great controversy between medical professionals. Those who study dreams study them to determine if there are medical reasons for them, or if they are just meaningless parts of the brain’s functions. There are differing opinions on what our dreams mean. Dreams could have to do with how we feel that day, or they could be just random videos that have no connection to our lives. (“Facts About Dreaming”) Our brains are very…

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    for example, a fear. What is R.E.M. Sleep and Why is it Important to Humans? Rapid eye movement(R.E.M.) sleep is defined as a kind of sleep that occurs at intervals during the night and is characterized by rapid eye movements, more dreaming and bodily movement, and faster pulse and breathing. During R.E.M. Sleep, cells become extremely active, certain neurons in the brain stem, this is called Rem sleep on cells. They are most likely to go off in the sleep cycle. The body stops releasing…

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