The Theories of the Sleep Regulation in the Human Organism

Authors

  • Janos Vincze Health Human International Environment Foundation, Budapest, Hungary
  • Gabriella Vincze-Tiszay Health Human International Environment Foundation, Budapest, Hungary

Keywords:

sleep, EEG, sleeping phases, REM

Abstract

Sleeping is accompanied by a physiological narrowing of consciousness, during which the central nervous system and the whole body can relax and regenerate. Ever since human consciousness was formed during the process of becoming a human being, but also from infancy to the early stages of the development of consciousness, humans have known the fact of sleeping and its necessity for the body to rest and “be reborn”. A seventy-year-old human spends approx. twenty years, or one-third of their life, asleep. During sleep, their connection with the outside world is more or less lost, but in the meantime they experience exciting dreams that are difficult for rational thinking to grasp. Are different theories of the sleep: Pavlov’s conception, Hess Conception, instinctive action, biological clock.

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Published

2021-02-13

How to Cite

Vincze, J., & Vincze-Tiszay, G. (2021). The Theories of the Sleep Regulation in the Human Organism. Technium: Romanian Journal of Applied Sciences and Technology, 3(1), 138–141. Retrieved from https://techniumscience.com/index.php/technium/article/view/2511