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Verb1.desynchronize - cause to become desynchronized; cause to occur at unrelated times
change by reversal, reverse, turn - change to the contrary; "The trend was reversed"; "the tides turned against him"; "public opinion turned when it was revealed that the president had an affair with a White House intern"
sync, synchronize, synchronise - make synchronous and adjust in time or manner; "Let's synchronize our efforts"
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REM is sometimes known as desynchronised sleep, because it can mimic some of the signs of being awake.
The potential for seamless and constant connectivity can allow for greater flexibility for tourists, facilitating opportunities of desynchronised personal schedules, micro-coordination, collective planning, and direct engagement with services and business through an expansion of personalisation technologies.
Although still global, the world economy is also increasingly desynchronised and fragmented.
Serratus anterior is underactive and upper trapezius is overactive in upward scapular movement (upward, internal and posterior tilt) during the elevation.29 The resultant motion of the scapula is desynchronised with HH motion and the acromion process does not clear the HH underneath.
Unusual feeding time may produce chronodisruption, where peripheral circadian clocks of the heart, liver or pancreas become desynchronised from the central clock in the suprachiasmatic nucleus.
Washington, November 15 ( ANI ): Irregular sleep patterns and desynchronised brain activity during sleep could trigger some of the symptoms of schizophrenia.
"The way we have grown the wheat is desynchronised with local wheat as well, meaning it flowers at different times.
That is why it is extremely interesting to reveal some overarching tendencies and establishing new ties within this desynchronised space.
When studying brain BEA it transpired that 12% did not exhibit deviations, 46% registered a reduction in the intensity of alpha and a strengthening of the intensity of pathological theta and beta components, and for 42% the absence of an alpha-component and the domination of a desynchronised EEG was noted.