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Sleep Psychology

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In this book it is going to be addressed the importance of sleep, especially for our mental health, just like we are going to contemplate about the problems insomnia triggers, and the most important part is that the last techniques are shown in order to overcome those problems.

Once in a lifetime, everyone has had "sleep problems" which has not allowed us to sleep in a proper way.

This book is especially to offer a simple way of the latest researches about this thematic so in that way, one will be able to  learn and enhance about sleeping quality and also to have a full life.

An book which searches for a way of sleeping placidly your daily 8 hours sleep.

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Sleep Psychology - Juan Moisés De La Serna

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Sleep Psychology

By

Juan Moisés de la Serna

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Translated by Astric Orqueda

Introduction

In this book it is going to be addressed the importance of sleep, especially for our mental health, just like we are going to contemplate about the problems insomnia triggers, and the most important part is that the last techniques are shown in order to overcome those problems.

Once in a lifetime, everyone has had sleep problems which has not allowed them to sleep in a proper way.

This book is especially to offer a simple way of the latest researches about this thematic so in that way, you will be able to  learn and enhance about the sleep quality and also to have a full life.

An book which searches for a way of sleeping placidly your daily 8 hours sleep.

Table of contents

Introduction

Table of contents

Acknowledgments

Legal warning

Chapter 1. Describing sleep

Chapter 2. The benefits of sleep

Chapter 3. Sleep deprivation effects

Chapter 4. Sleep disorders

Chapter 5. Psychopathology associated to sleep disorders.

Chapter 6. Treating sleep disorders

Conclusions

About Juan Moisés de la Serna

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Dedicated to my parents

Acknowledgements

I want to thank to all the people who have colaborated with their contributions to make this book posible, especially to D. Luis Miguel Garcia Moreno, Professor of Psychobiology at the Faculty of the Complutense University of Madrid (Spain) and to D. Vilma Aho, Biocientify, Helsinki sleep team, Helsinki biomedical Institute (Finland).

Chapter 1. Describing sleep

If you had the opportunity to interview and to ask someone who is walking on the streets of what sleeping is for, that person would surely answer when we sleep, our minds and bodies rest for a while it is a biological necessity that is shared by all living beings but also there must be someone who would affirm that sleeping is a waste of time. In this chapter, science is going to unveil what sleeping really is.

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<< Sleeping is a physiological and complex process but it is essential for all studied animal species.

Sleeping phases in mammals, birds (and some reptiles) are detected by E.E.G.

(ElectroEncephaloGram) Sleep or sleep-like states have been also observed in other animals like zebra, fish, fruit flies, nematodes (c.elegans) by using behavioral criteria.

D. Vilma Aho, bioscientific, Helsinki sleep team, helsinki biomedical institute (Finland). >>

So, How can it be proved? this is not exclusive of humans or even of mammals, how could it be seen at first glance? In Fact, it seems to be like a mechanism joined with its life concept, but why is it there? and what is it for?

This has been an issue that humans have asked themselves for a long time. Also, this has raised many theories and explanatory hypotheses, many of them were influenced by the culture of the moment.

The most extended and accepted theory is about what is good for sleeping well? it is evident that if someone feels tired and goes to bed, come back spare with charged batteries, but there are still many controversies about this theory.

<< Although humans spend approximately one-third part of their lives sleeping, scientifics are still unsure of why should we sleep for.

The main current theories formulate the hypothesis that sleep is necessary to keep the balance of energy to ease neural networks in order to recover from wakefulness activity and help us in memory and learning processes.

D. Vilma Aho, bioscientific, Helsinki sleep team, helsinki biomedical institute (Finland). >>

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It's about something that is very important for our organism since the third part of our lives is dedicated for sleeping. In our body nothing is random, each organ and muscle performs a function, the fact of having a mechanism that occupies our third part of life, it must not be less important.

It has been proven of how it will be expanded soon that there are various biological and psychological mechanisms that seem to occur in an accelerated way during sleep, and if you do not sleep properly, you will put on risk your own health.

Everyone has stopped sleeping for a couple of hours when it's about an exam preparation or when we have to deliver an important project for next day, but if that limit exceeds, that person will not be able to work effectively nor to learn something on an effective way, and that is because nature has a great influence about life, perhaps more than what it has been noticed.

And to know of how nature affects in daily life, firstly, their cycles must be known,  from the shortest one to the longest one, from the circadian (24 hours) the lunar (29 days) the stationed (4 stations) up to the annual (365 days).

Each of those cycles have an impact in the organism, mainly in endocrine system which is responsible for hormonal segregation and basically it affects mood, they are involved in other functions very important like growing up, all of them will affect mood, concentration, intellectual performance and social relationships.

That’s why it is important to know them well, course of time is not limited to bring us a cold when winter begins, but it goes much further, it may make us suffer from serious diseases such as seasonal depression, among others, and as if that was not enough, organism is going to be affected by the external changes of nature, which means, by extrinsic rhythms, and by internal rhythms of the organism called endogens.

There are series of processes inside of each one which are repeated and they occur in a cyclical way, they will have a great influence in performance and social relationship. The branch of science

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