Answer: Incarceration covers the prison term and community corrections or probation covers the other term. The usual wording is something like: " The defendant is remanded to the custody of the state department of corrections for a period of incarceration not to exceed 5 years and upon release is to serve 2 years of probation."
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: 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.
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: To prevent sleeping if you already took 6hrs sleep,The best way is to try and wash ur face with COLD water, go outside and jog, do something else other that sitting watching televsion, reading a book, ect... also try and take more than six hours of sleep you would feel more energetic and awake.
Answer: I believe it causes sleep disturbances for most people regardless of age. It escalates the chances of waking up to go to the bathroom. Alcohol is known to help people fall asleep but even more well known to prevent people from getting good sleep.
Answer: Motor functions during mental illness may occur part and parcel of the illness or maybe as a side effect to the antipsychotic used. Main motor function disturbance that occurs as part and parcel of the illness is "Catatonia". There are others. Antispychotics (drugs used to decrease the symptoms of the psychotic illness), may cause "extrapyramidal symptoms" (EPS). These include: dystonia, akathisia and rabbit syndrome. There are others. "Neuroleptic malignant syndrome" (NMS) is the most dangerous. The motor function disturbance that occurs with it is "severe rigidity". This can be lethal.
Several generations of antipsychotics have been produced. The newer generation is less liable to cause EPS but some of them are the culprit for NMS especially if elderly, child, mentally subnormal or with an organic lesion in the brain (dementia, tumor...etc). Doses must be given in minimal and raised (start low and go slow).NLM (National library of medicine) has excellent info about medication.
Answer: There are many drugs that can help control anxiety. Muscle relaxers, etc. But there are other ways to control anxiety rather than medicine. Try practicing thinking to yourself and tell the anxiety to go away. This always helped me...tell yourself "im young and healthy".