Non-REM sleep


Ontology type: npg:Subject  | skos:Concept     


Concept Info

NAME

Non-REM sleep

DESCRIPTION

Non-REM sleep refers to the stages of sleep in which there is little or no random eye movements (REM), that is, stages 1–3 of sleep. During these phases, muscle tone is retained and dreaming is rare; stage 3, the deepest sleep stage, has been associated with memory consolidation.

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