Translation of REM sleep in Spanish:

REM sleep

sueño paradójico, n.

noun

  • 1

    sueño paradójico masculine
    sueño con REM masculine
    • During REM sleep, we dream, and babies twitch and move around.
    • When supplemental oxygen was given, all six infants had an increase in sleep duration due largely to an increase in REM sleep.
    • Most frightening dreams occur during REM sleep, and most REM-altering disorders and medications affect dreaming.
    • People who don't sleep for long enough or who sleep very lightly, become deprived of REM sleep.
    • Thus, the model used in this study has important features similar to the neural events during natural REM sleep.
    • A person starts dreaming upon entering REM sleep.
    • It happens during three distinct periods during the night called rapid eye movement or REM sleep.
    • Some think the process is akin to REM sleep, where eye movements accompany the digestion of daytime memories.
    • Note the decreasing amounts of slow wave sleep and increasing amounts of REM sleep over the course of the night
    • Franco and colleagues have demonstrated that infants born to smoking mothers have a higher arousal threshold to auditory stimuli during REM sleep.
    • Although alcohol can make you drowsy and is in fact a depressant, it can cause a restless sleep and actually may deprive you of needed REM sleep.
    • This is especially true in infants, who spend most of their time in sleep, and most importantly in REM sleep.
    • Suppression of motor output to pharyngeal dilator muscles during non-REM and REM sleep promotes airway closure.
    • If you're awakened during REM sleep, you may recall vivid dreams.
    • Other species cannot provide information about mental processes during sleep, so controversy surrounds the question of whether or not animals are dreaming during REM sleep.
    • Patient reports of dreams experienced during REM sleep tend to be bizarre and detailed, with storyline plot associations.
    • The increase in the power of LF component during the postapneic hyperventilation was significantly more pronounced in non-REM sleep than in REM sleep.
    • The studies were done during slow wave sleep and REM sleep.
    • Moreover, the percentage of stable breathing diminished with increasing age, body mass index, REM sleep, and supine position.
    • Melatonin had no effect on sleep quality, wakefulness, total sleep time, or percentage of time spent in REM sleep.