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  • Consistency is necessary because adapting to reducing schedules requires [[repartitioning]], which is only possible when the sleep timings are stable. In contrary, t
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  • Newer sleep schedules require an adaptation, which includes the [[repartitioning]] of vital sleep stages and teaching the brain to use another type of sleep ...nd the scheduled core does not start earlier than the usual sleeping time. Repartitioning has not started yet, so the sleep quality is the same as in monophasic slee
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  • ...nap on Bimaxion, for example, can proliferate a lot of REM sleep once SWS repartitioning has been stabilized in the core(s) and/or the second nap. ...idered, on Bimaxion, a very reduced sleep total that causes very intense [[repartitioning]] of sleep stages, the Dymaxion naps' behavior do not follow the logic of t
    5 KB (917 words) - 11:23, 14 January 2021
  • |Sleep stages repartitioning
    4 KB (521 words) - 11:08, 30 December 2020
  • ...ssary to adhere to ones schedule strictly. Changing sleep times may hinder repartitioning and significantly delay adaptation. However, adapted sleepers often report
    8 KB (1,285 words) - 14:40, 15 January 2021
  • ...mbles that of non-reducing E1. Without [[Special:MyLanguage/repartitioning|repartitioning]], all sleep cycles follow the regular order of NREM1, NREM2, SWS, NREM2 an
    9 KB (1,333 words) - 20:45, 25 January 2021
  • |Sleep stages repartitioning
    5 KB (151 words) - 17:31, 23 June 2021
  • ...e brain figuring out the new behavioral state times, as well as a sign for repartitioning. In this framework, they are thought to cause no problems and are viewed as
    3 KB (532 words) - 11:26, 17 January 2021
  • ...ore sleeps, the sleep pressure on Spamayl is intense enough to force the [[repartitioning]] of vital sleep stages into the naps despite the lack of consistent timing ...[[extreme adaptation]] is still going to be required to achieve the needed repartitioning if the TST is to be below 3-4 hours, and even if successful, staying on the
    8 KB (1,374 words) - 10:11, 17 January 2021
  • ...mbles that of non-reducing E1. Without [[Special:MyLanguage/repartitioning|repartitioning]], all sleep cycles follow the regular order of NREM1, NREM2, SWS, NREM2 an
    9 KB (1,403 words) - 20:44, 25 January 2021
  • ...balanced in terms SWS and REM potential, and may allow for a more complete repartitioning. However, 2.5-hour cores increase the likelihood for SWS wakes, which incre ...shortened cores would be more difficult, as it has less total sleep time. Repartitioning of sleep stages will need to be more intense than on the standard version.
    10 KB (1,632 words) - 08:27, 13 January 2021
  • ...e adaptation pathways, all sleepers would need to go through the intense [[repartitioning]] of vital sleep stages to be able to adapt to this schedule.
    4 KB (736 words) - 03:07, 10 January 2021
  • ..., adaptation to BiphasicX does not involve intense sleep deprivation since repartitioning of vital sleep is not required. The adaptation to this schedule is therefor
    4 KB (706 words) - 21:51, 10 January 2021
  • ...chedules) for two reasons. First, oversleeping ruins [[compression]] and [[repartitioning]] required for a successful adaptation. With extra sleep time, the body red
    4 KB (682 words) - 19:28, 21 December 2020
  • ...balanced in terms SWS and REM potential, and may allow for a more complete repartitioning. However, 2.5-hour cores increase the likelihood for SWS wakes, which incre ...shortened cores would be more difficult, as it has less total sleep time. Repartitioning of sleep stages will need to be more intense than on the standard version.
    10 KB (1,736 words) - 08:26, 13 January 2021
  • ...leep. Because of the segmentation into multiple small core sleeps, sleep [[repartitioning]] and [[sleep cycle compression]] is expected to be more intense than on sc
    5 KB (738 words) - 20:00, 9 January 2021
  • ...uage/monophasic|monophasic]]. Vital sleep needs to be [[Special:MyLanguage/repartitioning|repartitioned]] into each core sleep according to the homeostatic and circa
    5 KB (788 words) - 05:14, 6 January 2021
  • ...uage/monophasic|monophasic]]. Vital sleep needs to be [[Special:MyLanguage/repartitioning|repartitioned]] into each core sleep according to the homeostatic and circa
    5 KB (842 words) - 05:13, 6 January 2021
  • ...on from E1 takes a long time. The process of adaptation mainly consists of repartitioning REM into the naps, as well as compressing more REM than usual into the core ...ime in REM can be a weakness of E2 and other Everyman schedules, where the repartitioning of REM sleep for these individuals is considered difficult when relying onl
    13 KB (2,244 words) - 19:58, 9 January 2021
  • ...on from E1 takes a long time. The process of adaptation mainly consists of repartitioning REM into the naps, as well as compressing more REM than usual into the core ...ime in REM can be a weakness of E2 and other Everyman schedules, where the repartitioning of REM sleep for these individuals is considered difficult when relying onl
    14 KB (2,354 words) - 19:59, 9 January 2021

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