Restoration Explanation

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Oswald
SWS = bodily repair while REM = brain recovery
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Sassin et al.
When sleep wake cycles are reversed, release of GH is also reversed. GH release is controlled by neural mechanisms related to SWS.
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Van Cauter
Amount of GH correlates with SWS
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Van Cauter and Plat
Reduction of GH in older age is related to lack of SWS
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Siegal
Brain development associated with REM sleep - platypus vs dolphins
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Siegal and Rogawski
REM allows for a break in neurotransmitter release so neurons can regain sensitivity. MAOIs increase the levels of neurotransmitters within the monoamine group - REM abolished
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Stickgold
SWS = procedural memory (skills) while REM = semantic and episodic (knowledge and memory)
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Tripp
201 hours - hallucinations/decreased body temp/brain waves similar to sleep. Recover after 24 hours.
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Rechtschaffen
Forced rats to remain physically active - after 31 days, all the rats died.
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Empson
REM rebound
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Shapiro
Marathon runners - 1 hour more and more SWS
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Horne and Minard
Numerous tasks - faster but not longer
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