Do you suffer from Sleep Deprivation?

by The Sleeps Well Team on

in Sleep Deprivation Effects

Measuring sleep and evaluating sleep disorders
To diagnose sleep disorders, patients go through physical examinations, questionnaires and an analysis of their medical records. Such a polysomnogram (PSG), or sleep study, is a detailed and non-intrusive review which notes down important signs and physiology during sleep.

Devices like the electroencephalogram (EEG), electrooculogram (EOG) and electromyogram (EMG) are used to deduce sleep patterns. An EEG registers brain wave activity; an EOG traces eye movements active in REM sleep while the EMG takes muscle tensions into account. Respiratory airflow, blood oxygen saturation pulse rate, heart rate, body position, and respiratory effort are being observed. All the data collected are used to assess sleep deprivation and disturbances.
Saying goodbye to sleep deprivation

Now, its time for you to test out your sleep requirement! Try waking up without an alarm clock, the time spent sleeping is the quantity of sleep you require. With that worked out, you will be able to keep sleep deprivation away and feel rejuvenated everyday. Sleep deprivation raises the risk of accidents; don’t let it happen to you.

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