The neuroscience of sleep is the study of the neuroscientific and physiological basis of the nature of sleep and its functions traditionally sleep has been studied as part of psychology and medicine the study of sleep from a neuroscience perspective grew to prominence with advances in technology and proliferation of neuroscience research from the second half of the twentieth century. The neuroscience of sleep refers to the effect of sleep on the brain and nervous system in the body sleep is an essential for the human body to develop and function healthily and it is regulated . This volume is comprised of the editors selection of the most relevant articles on sleep from the encyclopedia of neuroscience resulting in the first comprehensive collection of introductory articles on the neuroscience of sleep articles explore sleeps impact on neural functioning sleep disorders the relation between sleep and other . Origins of sleep paralysis sleep paralysis often occurs when we take a nap during the day when we are jet lagged or in any way sleep deprived it happens when we wake up while we are still in a stage of sleep called rapid eye movement or rem during which most vivid dreams occur. Neuroscientist russell foster opens a session of tedglobal all about us asking the question why do we sleep thirty six percent of our lives are spent asleep which means if you live to 90 youll have slept for 32 years but we dont appreciate sleep enough says foster
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