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Characteristics of early- and late-onset rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder in China: A case-control study.
Clinical correlates of rapid eye movement sleep without atonia in Parkinson's disease.
Regional brain glucose metabolism is altered during rapid eye movement sleep in the cat: A preliminary study.
Patients who suffer from rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder (RSBD), often called "night-flyers," experience behavioral dyscontrol due to the absence of the atonia that usually characterizes REM sleep.
WE all dream, although we are only likely to remember what we've dreamt if we are awoken during Rapid Eye Movement sleep.
In some cases, the talking can be loud, emotional and profane, in which case it may be a symptom of another sleep disorder like Rapid Eye Movement Sleep Behaviour Disorder, also known as RBD, where we act out dreams as we sleep.
The researchers noted that, while the dnSNARE mice were administered doxycycline in their diet, there was no significant difference between dnSNARE and wild-type (normal) mice in the amount of rapid eye movement sleep (REM), non-REM (NREM) sleep and wakefulness.
The condition, called rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder, results when a person's muscles fall to relax during sleep.
There are two types of sleep: so-called rapid eye movement sleep and non-REM sleep, the usual cause of dreams.
Hobson's research indicates that during deep rapid eye movement sleep, chemical mechanisms in the brain stem activate various regions of the cortex and thus generate dreams.
There are also isolated reports of abnormal brain-stem electrical responses, rapid eye movement sleep patterns and brain metabolism.

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