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latency

noun behind the scenes, below the surface, camouflaged, concealed, covered, hidden from view, not manifested, screened, submerged, unapparent, under the surface, underlying, undetected, undeveloped, unexposed, unnoticed, unrevealed, unseen, veiled
Associated concepts: toll the statute of limitations
See also: cessation, inaction
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In the multiple sleep latency test, the mean time to fall asleep was 1.
Students were asked a series of question that reported sleeping disturbances due to the frequency of the following issues: sleep latency (not being able to fall asleep within 30 minutes); waking up in the middle of the night or early morning (sometimes referred to as wake after sleep onset); getting up to use the bathroom; not being able to breath comfortably; coughing or snoring loudly; being cold; being hot; having bad dreams; having pain or other (open ended question).
The mean values of sleep-onset latency and REM sleep latency were 6.
00 Table 2 Sleep latency Males [less than or equal to] 15 minutes Females 31-60 minutes Table 3 Getting up time Males 6.
A moderately significant positive correlation was found between REM sleep latency and ESS variables REM sleep latency prolonged as ESS score increased (p=0.
Subcomponents scores for subjective sleep quality, sleep latency, sleep duration, sleep efficiency, sleep disturbance, daytime dysfunction, and sleep medicine were 0.
Arousals are frequent and there is increased sleep latency.
Seven articles, involving 171 participants, looked at the effect of stimulants on sleep latency and had a combined effect size of 0.
The median and interquartile range (IQR) of the PSQI component scores of sleep duration, sleep disturbance, sleep latency, daytime dysfunction, sleep efficiency, self-account of overall sleep quality and global scores were 1(0), 1(0), 1(1), 1(2), 0(1), 1(1) and 5(4), respectively.
Therefore, emotion control training can somewhat reduce the sleep latency.
In the clinical trials to support efficacy, BELSOMRA was superior to placebo for sleep latency and sleep maintenance as assessed both objectively by polysomnography and subjectively by patient-estimated sleep latency.