General features of Japanese traditional architecture[ edit ] The roof is the dominant feature of traditional Japanese architecture. Much in the traditional architecture of Japan is not native, but was imported from China and other Asian cultures over the centuries. Japanese traditional architecture and its history are as a consequence dominated by Chinese and Asian techniques and styles present even in Ise Shrineheld to be the quintessence of Japanese architecture on one side, and by Japanese original variations on those themes on the other.
This restoration takes place mostly during slow-wave sleepduring which body temperature, heart rate, and brain oxygen consumption decrease.
The brain, especially, requires sleep for restoration, whereas in the rest of the body these processes can take place during quiescent waking. In both cases, the reduced rate of metabolism enables countervailing restorative processes. In sleep, metabolic rates decrease and reactive oxygen species generation is reduced allowing restorative processes to take over.
The sleeping brain has been shown to remove metabolic waste products at a faster rate than during an awake state.
Sleep has also been theorized to effectively combat the accumulation of free radicals in the brain, by increasing the efficiency of endogenous antioxidant mechanisms. One study recorded growth, height, and weight, as correlated to parent-reported time in bed in children over a period of nine years age 1— It was found that "the variation of sleep duration among children does not seem to have an effect on growth.
Dream During sleep, especially REM sleep, people tend to have dreams: Dreams can seamlessly incorporate elements within a person's mind that would not normally go together.
They can include apparent sensations of all types, especially vision and movement.
Sigmund Freud postulated that dreams are the symbolic expression of frustrated desires that have been relegated to the unconscious mindand he used dream interpretation in the form of psychoanalysis in attempting to uncover these desires. Neatly, this theory helps explain the irrationality of the mind during REM periods, as, according to this theory, the forebrain then creates a story in an attempt to reconcile and make sense of the nonsensical sensory information presented to it.
This would explain the odd nature of many dreams. Insomnia is often treated through behavioral changes like keeping a regular sleep schedule, avoiding stimulating or stressful activities before bedtime, and cutting down on stimulants such as caffeine. The sleep environment may be improved by installing heavy drapes to shut out all sunlight, and keeping computers, televisions and work materials out of the sleeping area.
A review of published scientific research suggested that exercise generally improves sleep for most people, and helps sleep disorders such as insomnia. The optimum time to exercise may be 4 to 8 hours before bedtime, though exercise at any time of day is beneficial, with the exception of heavy exercise taken shortly before bedtime, which may disturb sleep.
However, there is insufficient evidence to draw detailed conclusions about the relationship between exercise and sleep. Although these nonbenzodiazepine medications are generally believed to be better and safer than earlier generations of sedatives, they have still generated some controversy and discussion regarding side-effects.
White noise appears to be a promising treatment for insomnia. Apneas occur when the muscles around the patient's airway relax during sleep, causing the airway to collapse and block the intake of oxygen. When several of these episodes occur per hour, sleep apnea rises to a level of seriousness that may require treatment.
Diagnosing sleep apnea usually requires a professional sleep study performed in a sleep clinic, because the episodes of wakefulness caused by the disorder are extremely brief and patients usually do not remember experiencing them.
Instead, many patients simply feel tired after getting several hours of sleep and have no idea why. Major risk factors for sleep apnea include chronic fatigue, old age, obesity and snoring.At 7'1", Wilt Chamberlain may have been the most dominating and amazing basketball player of all time.
In his legendary career, Chamberlain scored 31, points, including the unbelievable time he. Along with the physical changes that occur as we get older, changes to our sleep patterns are a part of the normal aging process.
As people age they tend to have a harder time falling asleep and more trouble staying asleep than when they were younger.
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