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REM behaviour disorder
Hypnopompic hallucinations
Hyponogogic hallucinations
Circadian
Sleep paralysis
Melatonin
Delayed sleep phase syndrome
Parasomnia
Insomnia
Hypnic jerk
Obstructive sleep apnoea
Restless leg syndrome

Sleep Bingo Cards

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REM
sleep regression
sleep hygiene
night terrors
bruxism
nocturnal enuresis
somnambulism
increased attention
sleep disorders
safe sleep
circadian rhythm
insomnia
hypersomnia
narcolepsy
sleep apnea
polysomnogram
nightmares
sleep cycle
dreams
asthma
fear
parasomnias
familial tendency
hyperactivity-inattention

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Chapter 7 Vocabulary Word Search

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Accidents
Adaptive theory
Alpha stage
Awake
Benzodiazepines
Beta stage
Biological clocks
Circadian rhythm
Consciousness
Controlled processes
Daydreaming
Delta stage
Dreaming
Evening person
Freud
Implicit memory
Insomnia
Internal timing clock
Inuit
Jet lag
Light therapy
Melatonin
Morning person
Narcolepsy
Night terrors
Nightmares
non-REM sleep
Nonbenzodiapines
REM behavior disorder
REM rebound
REM sleep
Repair theory
Reticular formation
SAD
Sleep
Sleep apnea
Sleep deprivation
Suprachiasmatic nucleus
Theta stage
Unconsiousness

Sleep Disorders Word Search

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Dyssomnia
Neuromuscular disease
Somniloquy
Hypopnea
Hypnagogia
Nocturnal enuresis
Cataplexy
Hypersomnia
Parasomnia
Fatigue
Snoring
Sleep paralysis
Periodic Limb Movement
Bruxism
Restless leg syndrome
Obstructive sleep apnea
Insomnia
Sleepwalking
Night terror
Jet lag
Nightmare Disorder

Health Crossword

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Crossword
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"The Body Clock" Circadian Rhythm
This occurs when the natural circadian rhythm is disrupted and the body's biological clock takes a while to adjust Jet Lag
What can you experience during stage one of sleep? (Vivid Sensations) Hallucinations
A hormone released by the pineal gland that increases feelings of relaxation and tiredness Melatonin
During sleep, what is a cell that makes up nerve tissues? Neurons
Which system protects the body from illnesses? Immune System
Which system regulates hormone levels in the body? Endocrine
The inability to fall asleep or stay asleep Insomnia
This occurs when people are partially, but not completely, aroused from sleep Parasomnia
Potentionally serious sleep disorder in which people stop breathing for short periods of time throughout sleep Sleep Apnea
A disorder in which the lower legs and feet prickle, crawl, and tingle Restless Legs Syndrome
Caused by genetic makeup, enviormental factors, alcohol and drug use, and/or various medical conditions Sleepwalking
Difficulty with regulating sleep Narcolepsy
Substances that produce a temporary increase in activity in the body, thus causing sleep difficulty Stimulants
An amino acid that aids the body in making chemicals that help you sleep Tryptophan
People who experience extreme anxiety in particular situations can get this disorder. Anxiety Disorder
Panic Disorder can induce this. Panic Attacks
People who have this disorder experience periods of intense depression that alternate with periods of manic, or mentally and physically hyperactive, moods. Bipolar Disorder
People with this typically experience irregular thoughts, delusions, false beliefs, or hallucinations Schizophrenia

Insomnia Disorders and Medications Word Search

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Sleep Quality
Rapid Eye Movement
Fatigue
Antidepressants
Parasomnias
Restless legs syndrome
Circadian rhythm
Silenor
Sleep Apnea
Narcolepsy
Hypersomnolence
Insomnia
Estazolam
Sonata
Lunesta
Ambien
Unisom
Benadryl
Melatonin
Restoril
Flurazepam

Sleep and Dreams Crossword

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Consists of five stages sleep
state during sleep where you experience strange images Dreaming
total lack of responsiveness/awareness unconsciousness
internal timing devices biological clock
makes up only 20% of your sleep time, associated with dreaming REM sleep
increases with darkness, decreases with light melatonin
regulates secretion of melatonin Chiasmatic Nucleus
difficulties in going to or staying asleep insomnia
chronic disorder, marked by short periods of sleep throughout the day Narcolepsy
repeated periods in which a person stops breathing while asleep Sleep Apnea
says that sleep is a restorative process repair theory
says that sleep to conserve energy and protect against nocturnal predators adaptive theory
turned off during REM prefrontal cortex
says that dreams are caused by certain brain areas being shut down activation synthesis
says that dreaming is practice for responding to threats threat simulation

Sleep Disorders Crossword

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What is one of the most common sleep disorders? Insomnia
What sleep disorder results in movement of legs during the night? Restless legs Syndrome
What sleep disorder is when you have extreme sleepiness and falls asleep suddenly during the day? Narcolepsy
When you have difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep throughout the night, you have? Insomnia
sleep disorders that involve unwanted events or experiences that occur while you are falling asleep, sleeping or waking up Parasomnias
A sleep disorder that makes you feel overwhelmingly tired, and in severe cases, have sudden uncontrollable sleep attacks Narcolepsy
Operating a vehicle with ________ is illegal in some countries Narcolepsy
What disorder occurs when you fly across different time zones Jet Lag
Whats an example of a Circadian Rhythm Sleep-Wake disorder? Shift work
A sleep disorder that causes a person's sleep time to shift a little later every day Non-24
What is an example of a sleep movement disorder? Bruxism
What sleep disorder can evolve in grinding your teeth during sleep? Bruxism
If you have an irresistible need to sleep you most likely have? Idiopathic Hypersomnia
A lack of oxygen in your body can lead to..? Sleep apnea

Sleep Hygiene Crossword

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Crossword
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What may sleep walking, or sleep talking be referred to as? Parasomnias
What stage in sleep begins deep sleep? Three
Extremely slow brain waves may also be referred to as _________ waves. Delta
_____________ sleep is important when it comes to marking or retaining memories? REM
__________rhythm also known as the body's biological clock Circadian
_______ hours a night is a good amount of sleep for an adult to get Eight
Sleep has been shown to improve __________ Memory
You should exercise at least _______ minutes a day to help promote sleep Twenty
This should be avoided before going to bed at night Caffeine
This should not be located in your room in order to promote good sleep Television
Sleep is believed to be a ________ process Restorative
It is important to maintain a regular _________ in order to promote sleep Routine

Sleep Word Search

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arousal
awake
bed
bedtime
benefit
circadian rhythm
deprived
dream
fatigue
hypnagogia
hypnopompic
insomnia
irritability
melatonin
microsleeps
nap
narcolepsy
nightmare
Rapid Eye Movement
serotonin
Sleep
sleep apnea
sleeplessness
sleepwalking
stimuli
tired
yawn

Sleep Word Search

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myoclonus
bruxism
Enuresis
Interpretation
delta
Infradian
ultradian
Circadian
consciousness
Melatonin
REM
sleepapnea
somnambulism
Nightterrors
Narcolepsy
Insomnia