Answer: Hormones are chemical messengers that are secreted by the endocrine glands into the blood. Hormones are transported via the bloodstream to reach specific cells, called target cells, in other tissues. They produce a specific effect on the activity of cells that are remotely located from their point of origin.
Answer: An EEG can be used to monitor the brainwaves during sleep, the 4 different waves are beta, alpha, theta, and delta. Beta waves are more common during waking hours, as well as REM sleep (hence: paradoxical sleep), alpha waves typically occur during the period before light sleep, IE drowsiness. Theta mostly occurs during light sleep. Delta is the typical wave type for deep sleep.
Answer: It is enough sleep, but it is at the wrong time. No matter how long you do it, humans will never adapt to a sleep schedule like that. Doing that for most of a lifetime may result in health consequences.
Answer: That is going to be different for everyone. For me, it was much easier to sleep right before going in. I found it VERY difficult to try to sleep right after coming home. It is a matter of preference. If you can sleep right after coming home, but have difficulty sleeping later, then stick with that. Either way, I suggest very thick curtains or putting tin-foil (I am southern!) on the windows to keep the sun out completely.
Answer: uhh, for your information, you should go to the nine year old girl and ask her " how much do you need to sleep" I think tht will help . wow, you have to think, well how much do YOU need to sleep. & then come to a nine year old girl. cuz duh EVERYONE needs to sleep for like 8 till 9 hours. THINK NEXT TIME !! sholoon khara
Answer: Everybody does better at everything if they get sufficient sleep. Ever tried using your cellphone if it does not get enough charge time. It will work well for a short period of time, and then probably die on you right in the middle of a very important conversation.
Answer: patients.keep a sleep diary or sleep log for a minimum of one to two weeks in order to evaluate the severity and characteristics of the sleep disturbance. The patient records medications taken.the length of time spent in bed.quality of the sleep.
Is sleep the closest to death?
no b/c during sleep your brain is actually very active
Answer: It depends. AD&D policies are very restrictive in their payouts. If the deceased had alcohol above the legal limit of any type of narcotics in their system at the time of death, then the claim will likely be denied. If not, then the claim should pay. I work for the Center for Life insurance Disputes if you would like to discuss in more detail or get our representation.
Answer: You should record the location where the death occurred, if known. Death certificates, which can contain useful genealogical information, are filed where the person died, so customarily the place on the tree is where he or she died, not where he lived or where he is buried. However, recording the residence in addition to the place of death is a good idea.Until fairly recently it was common for people to die at home. This is now rare. Some family trees record the previous place of residence in brackets after the actual place of death.
Answer: No. Once the person hits the snooze button, it should take them about 15-30 minutes to hit REM once again. Depending on how heavy a sleeper you are or the sleeping conditions, you might be able to hit the REM stage in under ten minutes.
Answer: Jesus was crucified on a cross, died, and rose back to life three days later. Jesus allowed himself to be crucified in our place so that he could take our place. He could have walked away but chose not to and we now have salvation. John the Baptist was murdered and his head was cut off and his body was dismembered and sent to different locations.
Answer: No this is not normal at all. It is very likely that you are suffering from insomnia, or have taken some sort of drug (like drinking too much Rockstar, or coffee or anything with high amounts of caffeine, Taurine or any drug containing an amphetamine) that is ruining your sleep cycle. I would recommend speaking to your doctor about this condition because there is likely something he can do.