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Several studies found that DTs are associated with fragmented sleep--that is, frequent awakenings or arousals that alternate with episodes of light sleep (i.
We anticipate that operators will have more than 10 million set-top boxes in light sleep operation by the end of this year.
And students who sleep less than six hours a night may be limiting their learning capacity because the light sleep phase occurs in the latter part of our rest.
Light sleep includes stages 1 and stages 2 in the sleep cycle.
When we first fall asleep we enter into the first stage of non-REM, light sleep.
With each abrupt change from deep sleep to light sleep, a signal is sent from the brain to the upper airway muscles to open the airway; normal breathing is resumed, often with a loud snort or gasp.
Stage three: light sleep - the stage when waking up can be a constant nightmare.
The SiWare memory compilers provide several different low-power modes - light sleep, deep sleep and power shut-off to allow designers to reduce leakage power when the memory is not being accessed.
These animals are unique in that they can lock their knees, which allows them to get light sleep without falling over.
Meanwhile my therapist was brilliant at kneading away the pain and the relaxing atmosphere in the room sent me off into a nice light sleep.