According to my sleep study... I go into REM sleep approximately 3-5 seconds after stage 1 sleep. I rarely go into stage 4 sleep and if I do it isn't for long. It's hard to get through a day, even with tons of naps, when your brain never goes through the process of restoring energy and brain tissue growth and repair. So yes I sleep too much but none of it actually helps me feel that much better.
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Because good sleep is glorious. 1. Figure out exactly how many hours you should get. sleepfoundation.org Read about this in more detail at The National Sleep Foundation. 2. Know your stages of sleep, and plan your sleep schedule around them. healthcentral.com You don’t want your alarm to go off when you’re smack in the middle …
Sleep Stages - Stage 1 is a light sleep and you are easily woken. Stage 2 is marked by a loss of nearly all muscle tone (sleep paralysis or REM atonia) so your physical body can't act out your forthcoming dreams. Stage 3 is the beginning of a deep sleep, also known as Slow Wave Sleep. Stage 4 is the deepest kind of Slow Wave Sleep. REM Sleep marks the onset of dreaming.