Sleep


Ontology type: npg:Subject  | skos:Concept     


Concept Info

NAME

Sleep

DESCRIPTION

Sleep is a state characterized by a reduced responsiveness to sensory stimuli, suppressed locomotor activity and rapid reversibility to wakefulness. It is a process that is evolutionarily conserved in the majority of organisms from worms to humans. In humans it has four stages, each with characteristic and distinctive electroencephalographic (EEG) signatures.

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