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6 February 2023

  • curprev 13:5113:51, 6 February 2023Prab talk contribs 1,390 bytes +1,390 Created page with "Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep is a stage of sleep characterized by fast eye movements, increased brain activity, and vivid dreaming. It is considered one of the five stages of sleep, and occurs in cycles throughout the night, with the longest REM periods typically occurring in the early morning hours. ==What happens in REM sleep?== During REM sleep, the body becomes temporarily paralyzed, preventing people from acting out their dreams and potentially injuring themse..."