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  1. Mar 02,  · So what about the role that sleep played in evolution? It is generally believed by researchers that sleep evolved as a way to conserve and restore energy.
  2. May 30,  · Why did organisms begin to sleep somewhere along the evolutionary timeline? sleep is an absolutely vital part of creating an because what if rather than sleep evolving .
  3. Aug 13,  · Stage 1 non-REM sleep is the changeover from wakefulness to sleep. During this short period (lasting several minutes) of relatively light sleep, your heartbeat, breathing, and eye movements slow, and your muscles relax with occasional twitches. Your brain waves begin to slow from their daytime wakefulness patterns.
  4. Mar 05,  · Thus as the American National Sleep Foundation celebrates its annual sleep awareness week at the start of each March, here on Evolving Wellness, I would like to take you through a five part series entitled “Sleep Aware”, where you will get a chance to have a quick and concise summary of why we need to sleep, what happens when we sleep, how.
  5. Aug 13,  · This may be due, in part, to a breakdown of the natural sleep architecture. Sleep architecture is a description of the natural pattern of sleep stages that occur during a standard sleep period. It is represented by a hypnogram and can be assessed with a sleep study called a polysomnogram.
  6. In addition, a sample sleep diary helps readers track their sleep-related habits. Sleep needs vary from person to person, and they change throughout the lifecycle. Newborns sleep between 16 and 18 hours a day, and children in preschool sleep between 10 and 12 hours a day. School-aged children and teens need at least 9 hours of sleep a day.
  7. Sep 16,  · The more they try to sleep, the more frustrated and upset they get, and the harder it becomes to sleep. While 7 to 8 hours a night is recommended for most people, children and teenagers need more. Older people tend to do fine with less sleep at night. But they may still need about 8 hours of sleep over a hour period.
  8. Jun 12,  · Deep sleep occurs in the final stage of non-REM sleep. During this stage, your breathing is the slowest it is during sleep, and you're unlikely to be .
  9. Follow a regular sleep schedule. Go to sleep and get up at the same time each day, even on weekends or when you are traveling. Avoid napping in the late afternoon or evening, if you can. Naps may keep you awake at night. Develop a bedtime routine. Take time to relax before bedtime each night.

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