2 edition of Systemic homeostasis and poikilostasis in sleep found in the catalog.
|Statement||Pier Luigi Parmeggiani|
|LC Classifications||QP425 .P37 2011eb|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||xv, 121 p. :|
|Number of Pages||121|
|ISBN 10||9781848165724, 9781848165731|
According to Systemic Homeostasis and Poikilostasis in Sleep, by Pier Luigi Parmeggiani, blood pressure, heart rate, body temperature, breathing, and some other bodily functions become erratic when we enter REM sleep. In other words, the brain loses total control, and our bodies do whatever they want. Okay, that's not entirely : Manfred Mueller. Rapid eye movement sleep is associated with dreaming. Waking up sleepers during a REM phase is a common way to get dream reports. 80% of typical people can give some kind of dream report under these circumstances. Sleepers awakened from REM tend to give longer more narrative descriptions of the dreams they were experiencing. They estimate the.
The wake-sleep states, during which the thermal stimulation would be delivered, were selected by two experimenters on the basis of the raw EEG trace, EEG power values and the video camera images. The thermode was cooled by means of two parallel thermoelectric heat-pumps (6×6 mm, Melcor) fixed on an aluminium holder, acting as a heat sink and Cited by: The Physiologic Nature of Sleep (La Fiziologia Naturo de Dormo). Londono: Imperial College Press. ISBN Parmeggiani, Pier Luigi (). Systemic Homeostasis and Poikilostasis in Sleep: Is REM Sleep a Physiological Paradox? Londono: Imperial College Press. ISBN ; Turek, Fred W. & Phyllis C. Zee, Red. ().
15 Parmeggiani PL Systemic homeostasis and poikilostasis in sleep. Is REM sleep a physiological paradox? London: Imperial College Press; Google Scholar; 16 Kleitman N Sleep and wakefulness. Rev. and enl. ed Chicago: Univ of Chicago Press; Google ScholarCited by: 5. Various behavioral and physiological pathways follow a pre-determined, 24 hour cycle known as the circadian rhythm. Metabolic homeostasis is regulated by the circadian rhythm. Time-restricted eating (TRE) is a type of intermittent fasting based on the circadian rhythm. In this study, we aim to analyze systemically the effects of TRE on body weight, body composition, and other metabolic parameters.
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The book brings forth the evidence that the systemic homeostatic regulation of many physiologic variables underlying cellular life is not active in a particular state of the ultradian sleep cycle Cited by: 8.
The selection of the most significant experimental data is carried out with a view to present a simple but not simplistic approach to the book brings forth the evidence that the systemic homeostatic regulation of many physiological variables underlying cellular life is not active in a particular state of the ultradian sleep cycle in mammals.
Systemic Homeostasis And Poikilostasis In Sleep: Is Rem Sleep A Physiological Paradox. by Pier Luigi Parmeggiani,available at Book. The book brings forth the evidence that the systemic homeostatic regulation of many physiological variables underlying cellular life is not active in a particular state of the ultradian sleep cycle in mammals.
Systemic homeostasis and poikilostasis in sleep: is REM sleep a physiological paradox?. [P L Parmeggiani] -- This book aims at presenting biologists and clinicians with a compact description of the physiologic manifestations of sleep that are significant from the viewpoint of the principle of homeostasis.
Presents a description of the physiologic manifestations of sleep that are significant from the viewpoint of the principle of homeostasis.
This book shows that the systemic homeostatic regulation of many physiologic variables underlying cellular life is not active in a particular state of the ultradian sleep cycle in mammals. System Upgrade on Feb 12th During this period, E-commerce and registration of new users may not be available for up to 12 hours.
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By Parmeggiani, Pier Luigi. eBook. Homeostasis, a key concept in biology, refers to the tendency toward stability in the various bodily states that make up the internal environment. English. Published New York, [New York] ( East 46th Street, New.
but on average most adults need about 7–8 h of sleep. During sleep, most of the body’s systems are in an anabolic state, which helps to restore the immune, skeletal, nervous, and muscular systems; these are vital processes that maintain mood, memory, and cognitive performance, and play a major role in the function of the endocrine and immune systems.
The internal circadian clock promotes. The term homeostasis is derived from the early works of French physiologists Claude Bernard and Walter Cannon; their works have shaped much of the scientific, medical/psychiatric, and mental health communities in connection with the mind and body (Davies ).
Author(s): Parmeggiani,P L(Pier Luigi), Title(s): Systemic homeostasis and poikilostasis in sleep: is REM sleep a physiological paradox?/ Pier Luigi Parmeggiani. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London: Imperial College Press, c The insights into the facility for brain cooling from eighteenth and In Genesis, the first book of the Bible, the fall of man is recorded and the consequence of labour and death is pronounced.
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London: Imperial College Press; Validation of a closedloop sensory stimulation technique for selective. Whichever the specific mechanism, the hypothesis is that a generalized synaptic downscaling during sleep ensures the maintenance of balanced synaptic input to cortical neurons.
Thus, the homeostasis of sleep and slow waves would both effect and reflect the homeostasis of synapses. This part of the hypothesis relies on several by: Neuronal substrates of sleep and epilepsy [electronic resource] / Mircea Steriade.
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1 Systemic Homeostasis and Poikilostasis in Sleep: Is REM Sleep a Physiological Paradox?Sleep is an indispensable physiological phenomenon in humans and accounts for nearly one-third of our life.
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