Sleep rebound effect


by RabbitWho
Tags: rebound effect, rem, sleep
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Feb10-13, 05:05 AM
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I know that if someone is selectively deprived of phase 4 or REM sleep the next time they go to sleep they skip directly into the phase of which they were deprived, but I want to know if this also happens if you're deprived of the other phases of sleep.

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