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Some articles on sleep:

May 2005 In Science - May 1, 2005
... order to wake up its owner only when he has emerged from deep sleep ... The clock, called SleepSmart, measures the sleep cycle and waits until its owner is in his lightest phase of sleep before rousing him ...
Dorsal Raphe Nucleus - Role in Narcolepsy
... to narcolepsy, this is logical, as the raphe nuclei have been known to play a role in the sleep/wake cycle ... This has thought to be a dissociation of what normally happens during REM sleep, when all muscle tone is lost except for the eyes ... waking hours, partially active during non-REM sleep, and have almost ceased during REM sleep ...
Fiction (The Comsat Angels Album)
... gloomy than the Comsats' previous album, Sleep No More ... the change "I certainly didn't want to make another record as intense as Sleep No More — at least not immediately ... Sleep No More was so dark that I felt it skewed things a bit — possibly even mentally for me ...
Go To Sleep (disambiguation)
... "Go to Sleep" is a song by Radiohead ... Go to Sleep or Go 2 Sleep may also refer to "Go to Sleep" (Lupe Fiasco song) "Go to Sleep", a song by Barbra Streisand from the film On a Clear Day You Can See Forever "Go to Sleep", a song by Eminem, DMX, and Obie ...
Sleep in Non-humans
... Neurological sleep states can be difficult to detect in some animals ... In these cases, sleep may be defined using behavioral characteristics such as minimal movement, postures typical for the species, and reduced responsiveness to external ... Sleep is quickly reversible, as opposed to hibernation or coma, and sleep deprivation is followed by longer or deeper rebound sleep ...

Famous quotes containing the words sleep with and/or sleep:

    Paul loved to sleep with his mother. Sleep is still most perfect, in spite of hygienists, when it is shared with a beloved.
    —D.H. (David Herbert)

    Error is to truth as sleep is to waking. I have observed that one turns, as if refreshed, from error back to truth.
    Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)