Introduction to Psychology - Module 11: Sleep
Introduction to Psychology - Module 11: Sleep PSY 2012
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Identify the Types of Brain Waves Beta: Completely alert. Full attention. Very small and very fast. Indicate lots of brainwaves Alpha: Relaxed, drowsy, still paying attention but slowing down. Theta: Larger and slower, early stages of sleep. Delta: Largest and slowest. Brain is active but barely. Summarize the Stages of Sleep: N1: (Light Sleep) Most people will tell you they weren’t asleep. Their eyes were closed but they think they weren’t asleep. Hypnic Jerks Hypnogogic Images or Hallucinations Mild. N2: (Sleep Spindles) N3: (Delta Waves Roll in) Deepest level of sleep Go back through N2 and then N1 and then to R. R: (Rem Sleep) Dream stage Paralyzed. Major Sleep Disorders: Temporary Insomnia: Temporary usually due to stress. Chronic Insomnia: Can be a life-long problem, doesn’t need a trigger. Falling asleep and staying asleep Narcolepsy: Falling asleep when you aren’t trying to Sleep Apnea: Trouble breathing while asleep. Nearly 10 seconds or more Somnambulism: Sleep walking. Always wake someone up when they are sleep walking Cooking, walking, More frequent in boys. Night terrors: State of panic, difficult to wake them up. Confused, not really dreaming. Nightmares: For your original post, describe your sleeping habits, connecting them to information from the textbook. For your response post, give a classmate strategies to improve their sleeping habits using information from the textbook.