restoration theories

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Restoration (Function of sleep): Oswald?
REM sleep for brain growth and repair, e.g. production of neurotransmitters. Stages 3&4 are for physical restoration.
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Restoration (Function of sleep): Horne?
Brain restoration in stage 3, 4 & REM- core sleep. Other stages are ‘optional’, no essential function. Physical restoration occurs during relaxed wakefulness.
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Restoration (Function of sleep): Research, Rats?
Sleep deprivation on rats found they suffered physically, e.g. inability to regulate body temp. Died after 21 days. Rats may have been stressed (cause of death) Extrapolate. Synoptic.
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Restoration (Function of sleep): Research, Shapiro?
Found that people who had run a marathon slept for an extra hour in the 2 nights following. Supports sleep for physical restore.
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Restoration (Function of sleep): Research, Hormones?
Growth hormone is secreted during stages 3&4- supports Oswald’s theory.
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Restoration (Function of sleep): Research, Peter Tripp?
Humans deprived of sleep become cognitively impaired. Brain stops functioning. Need sleep to restore.
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Restoration (Function of sleep): Research, General?
A criticism of restoration theories is that sleep function may actually be to help animals within their environment (evolutionary)
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Brain restoration in stage 3, 4 & REM- core sleep. Other stages are ‘optional’, no essential function. Physical restoration occurs during relaxed wakefulness.

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Restoration (Function of sleep): Horne?

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Sleep deprivation on rats found they suffered physically, e.g. inability to regulate body temp. Died after 21 days. Rats may have been stressed (cause of death) Extrapolate. Synoptic.

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Found that people who had run a marathon slept for an extra hour in the 2 nights following. Supports sleep for physical restore.

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Growth hormone is secreted during stages 3&4- supports Oswald’s theory.

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