Slow Waves Sleep
Your Alpha And Delta Brain Waves
When you are awake and relaxed, your brain generates "alpha waves".
But when you sleep, your brain generates much slower brain waves called "theta waves", and then even slower brain waves called "delta
waves" (slow waves sleep ).
Basically the slower your brain-wave patterns, the deeper your sleep.
Now, when your brain is generating "delta waves" you are in "slow wave
sleep" (slow waves sleep ), which is otherwise known as:
• Deep Sleep
• Non-REM Sleep
• NREM Sleep
• Delta Sleep
• Restorative Sleep
This type of sleep is when you are hardest to wake up,
which is why "slow-wave" sleep (slow waves sleep ) is also known as "deep
So why am I telling you about slow waves sleep? Bear with me... I'm getting
Category: Symptom : slow waves sleep, your brain, sleep and delta waves
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