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2014 | 63 | 2 | 181-187
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Paradoksy snu paradoksalnego

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The paradoxes of paradoxical sleep
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Sen paradoksalny (REM, PS) obejmuje szereg przejawów, wykazujących podobieństwo do czuwania, które wydają się paradoksalne dla stanu snu. Są to aktywacja korowa (choć dotycząca innych obszarów korowych, głównie kory limbicznej), fazowe okresy pobudzenia ruchowego (szybkie ruchy gałek ocznych, skurcze mięśniowe) czy aktywacja współczulnej części układu autonomicznego, skutkująca wzrostem ciśnienia tętniczego krwi oraz wzrostem częstości akcji serca. Atonia mięśniowa i brak świadomości to główne przejawy odróżniające PS od czuwania. Regulacja poszczególnych składowych PS wymaga współdziałania różnych układów transmiterowych oraz udziału licznych struktur mózgowych, wspólnie składających się na system generujący ten stan.
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Many symptoms of paradoxical sleep (REM, PS) are typical of the waking state, and seem paradoxical to sleep. These symptoms include: cortical activation (though the activation of different cortical areas, mainly the limbic cortex), phasic periods of motor arousal (rapid eye movements, muscle contractions) and activation of the sympathetic nervous system leading to increased blood pressure and heart rate. Muscle atony and lack of consciousness are the main REM sleep manifestations, which distinguish PS from wakefulness. Regulation of particular components of REM sleep requires cooperation of different neurotransmitter systems and numerous brain structures, which all comprise the PS generating system.
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63
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2
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181-187
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2014
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  • Katedra Fizjologii Zwierząt i Człowieka, Wydział Biologii Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego, Wita Stwosza 59, 80-308 Gdańsk, Polska
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