Rapid Eye Movement and Sleep Twitches Can Enhance Brain Activity | Abstract

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Rapid Eye Movement and Sleep Twitches Can Enhance Brain Activity

Abstract

Rapid eye movement sleep, or REM, is one of the five stages of sleep that most people experience nightly. It is characterized by quick, random movements of the eyes and paralysis of the muscles. We have conducted a survey based on questions related to sleeping habits and pattern of their dream. Purpose of this survey is to prove a hypothesis that says ‘rapid eye movement or sleep twitches can enhance your brain activity’. We have selected normal or healthy subjects related to different ages, gender and professions. Questionnaires were filled by these subjects and we found that mostly people experience sleep twitches and they wake up with active state of mind. We also asked their level of alertness during day time and we found that subjects are alert mostly.

Somia Gul, Aneela Rafique, Aiza Ayub and Sadia Sultana

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