A minimalist approach to scrambling: Evidence from Persian by Jila Ghomeshi

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Just as well. ) The muscle block doesn’t affect eye muscles, so your eyes still move about under your eyelids as you look at things in your dream. ) Ever watched your dog or cat sleeping? Notice the twitching and eye movements while they dream. 27 Sometimes you can tell what their dream is about, just from watching their face and listening to them breathe. Catch that rabbit, Jock! How much sleep do you need? Some people need more time in bed than others. It depends on age, body type, and much more .

They say it’s linked with body temperature. Over a day, everyone’s core body temperature changes by about 1 degree Celsius. We feel most alert when our body temperature is high. Early birds have a rapid increase in body temperature when they first wake up. That’s why they jump out of bed, singing like larks, ‘Calloo, callay, what shall we do today? ’ Night owls have a gradual increase in body temperature, so it takes them longer to wake up. ‘ Whassat? Go ’way, leave me alone . . ’ Everyone has a peak in body temperature each evening.

When scientists give them drugs that put both sides of their brain to sleep at the same time, they stay underwater and stop breathing. Of all the mammals, dolphins spend the least time in REM sleep. In fact, we’re not sure they dream at all. When you remember how active your brain becomes during a dream, then this makes sense. Perhaps if a dolphin started to dream, it would be too busy to remember to breathe. 49 Horsy habits Horses need sleep – and they can do it standing up! Their knees lock straight and so use very little energy.

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