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Trigonometry | ISBN: 9780495108351 | Authors: Charles P McKeague ISBN: 9780495108351 200

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Problem 7.1.80

The problems that follow review material we covered in Section 6.2. Find all solutions in the interval 0 the nearest tenth of a degree.2 sin (J - 1 csc (

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3/22 Parasomnias  Fatal familial insomnia o Rare (extremely)  Sleepwalking o Not acting out your dreams, nREM disorder, occurs during n3 o Usually follows n3 sleep disturbance, “disorder of abrupt arousal” o Who does it  No gender, 2 percent of ppl  The next day they report non restorative sleep  They can drive, have sex, eat, become violent (PRIMAL BEHAVIORS) o Sexsomnia  Vocalizations, actions, orgasm, no memory recollection  Sleepcrime o Committing crimes while you are asleep o PSG shows funky sleep patterns but it can’t be used in court as a defense  REM Behavior Disorder o Literally acting out your dreams, REM without muscle atonia o Dangerous o Dr. Dement (important figure to know)  Categorized 5 sleep stages  First sleep disorder clinic  Counting apneas  MSLT o Treatment  Behavioral, or Klonopin (benzodiazepine)  Exploding Head Syndrome o Ice-pick headache sensation, wake up to a very loud noise 3/24 Parasomnias Continued  Sleep Paralysis o Consciously awake yet unable to move, can involve hallucinations and panic o Occurs in Hypnagogic state (falling asleep) or Hypnopompic state (waking up) o Waking up while partially still in REM o Triggers  Stimulants, fatigue, deprivation, sleeping on your back()  Kleine-Levin Syndrome (sleeping beauty syndrome) o Neuro disorder, sleep up to 22 hours a day during an episode  Increased apetite, sex drive, childish behavior o Commonly starts in adolescence, or following an infection, or drug use, does NOT seem to have hereditary component

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