By Sharon Ostalecki
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R EM Sleep NR EM R EM 4 Stages 1 Stage Usually little or no eye movement Rapid eye movement Dreaming is rare Dreaming is common Brain activity decreases Brain activity increases Heart rate and blood pressure decreases Heart rate and blood pressure increases and varies Sympathetic nerve activity decreases Sympathetic nerve activity increases significantly Blood flow to the brain decreases Blood flow to the brain increases and varies Respiration decreases Respiration increases and becomes more erratic Muscles are not paralyzed Muscles are paralyzed 39 1 0 0 Q & A A b o u t F i b r o m ya lg i a Non-Rapid Eye Movement (NREM) Sleep This stage is subdivided into several stages that distinguish the transitions from wakefulness to deeper sleep: • Stage 1 occurs in the beginning of sleep and is the lightest stage of sleep associated with slow eye movements.
It is tender to palpation with a referred pain pattern that is similar to the patient’s pain complaint. This referred pain is felt not at the site of the trigger-point origin but remote from it. The pain is often described as spreading or radiating. Referred pain is an important characteristic of 1 0 0 Q & A A b o u t F i b r o m ya lg i a a trigger point. It differentiates a trigger point from a tender point, which is associated with pain at the site of palpation only (see Table 1). The Basics A latent trigger point does not cause spontaneous pain but may restrict movement or cause muscle weakness.
Three basic mechanisms coordinate and govern the processes of sleep and wakefulness: (1) autonomic nervous system balance, (2) homeostatic sleep drive, and (3) circadian rhythms. These mechanisms maintain sleep and wakefulness in a dynamic balance but also allow for adaptation to sudden shifts in the time and duration of sleep. 35. What are the stages of sleep? There are two distinct states of sleep: rapid eye movement (REM) sleep and non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep. NREM is further subdivided into sleep stages 1 through 4.
100 Questions & Answers About Fibromyalgia by Sharon Ostalecki