Paradoxical-sleep



noun, Physiology.
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noun
1.
(physiol) sleep that appears to be deep but that is characterized by a brain wave pattern similar to that of wakefulness, rapid eye movements, and heavier breathing

paradoxical sleep n.
See REM sleep.

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