Good quality sleep consists of 4-5 cycles of sleep where each cycle has 40 per cent superficial sleep, 40 per cent deep sleep and 20 per cent rapid eye movement phase
or dream phase.
They also experience less REM sleep - the rapid eye movement phase
that is typically associated with dreaming and is so important because it allows the body to recharge and replenish.
Good quality sleep consists of four to five cycles of sleep where each cycle has 40 per cent superficial sleep, 40 per cent deep sleep and 20 per cent rapid eye movement phase
or dream phase.
The total amplitude of movements at the ankles, knees, and hips was analyzed for each movement phase
of each dance step.
Briefly, the GSO involves five main phases: luciferin-update phase, neighborhood-select phase, moving probability-computer phase, movement phase
, and the decision radius update phase.
Ferrari's central claim about Fascist rhetoric is that 'narrative dramatizations of a sacrificial scene were fundamental to the regime's ability to sustain a revolutionary ethos beyond its early movement phase
and to its efforts to create a fascist subject who would view self-abnegation as a necessary component of fascist identity' (p.
However, it shows an activity peak between 40[degrees] and 60[degrees] in the ascent phase of the SLDL movement, possibly due to the factors of needing to increase the muscle activity at this knee angle of the movement and to counteract the co-contraction of the long head of the BF that has an increased muscle activity during the same movement phase
. The increased VL RMS may also be essential for knee joint stabilization, but more research is needed to confirm this point.
The patient was instructed to assist with the other hand during the concentric (radial deviation) movement phase
. In week 3, eccentric thumb extension and abduction exercises with an elastic band (Figure 3 and 4), were introduced.
RBD is characterized by speech and body movement during the rapid eye movement phase
These data suggest differences in the [PGE.sub.2] levels according to the orthodontic movement phase
, consistent with the role of [PGE.sub.2] as a potent stimulator of bone resorption and formation.
(Azevedo & Heliot, 2005) use inertial micro-sensors which associate 3 accelerometers and 3 magnetometers in a minimal volume, to identify postural task transition, as soon as possible after the patient makes a decision, in order to allow for optimal posture preparation and execution and compare the execution of the ongoing task with the reference pattern, in order to identify the current movement phase