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to cease sleeping

to induce or elicit (a reaction or emotion)

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We found that the EEG arousal indices occurred higher EEG arousals during NREM sleep.
In our study, we found that children with SDB have higher EEG arousals than controls, and it may explain their poor performances.
92 with total arousal index (ARtotI) <11 was that of PS.
Sleepwalking may be preceded by confusional arousals or sleep terrors (2,3).
Differential diagnostic considerations include the NREM arousal disorders, atypical arousals arising from patients with obstructive sleep apnoea and periodic limb movement disorder; nocturnal seizures; panic disorder; and dissociative disorder.
Finally, sleep-related eating syndrome consists of arousals from sleep with involuntary eating or drinking.
Suppression of the arousal reflex was most marked early in the evening for both GERD subjects and controls, perhaps because Zolpidem has a relatively short duration of action.
The triggers for Sleep Terrors are also similar to those for Confusional Arousals.
The International Classification of Sleep Disorders, revised in 2000, lists 24 Parasomnias encompassing non-REM, or arousal disorders, REM-related disorders, sleep-wake transition disorders, and "other parasomnias.
Further, it was determined that while living in a smoking household did not increase the chances that an infant would snore, it did increase the risk of that snoring causing arousals.
When placed in the context of previous research, one concern is that the infants whose snoring caused arousals may go on to develop diagnosable sleep-disordered breathing.
Arousals and awakenings were scored according to the American Sleep Disorders Task Force Recommendation.
Arousals were observed more frequently in non-REM sleep than in REM sleep (17.
Each apneic period is terminated by an arousal or microarousal (the latter is documented by electroencephalography; it is not usually consciously perceived by the individual).
An obstructive apnea results in an arousal or microarousal, with a return to the awake pattern of homeostasis.