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*  Obstructive sleep apnea
... called a neurological arousal. These arousals rarely result in complete awakening but can have a significant negative effect on ... Home oximetry, however, does not measure apneic events or respiratory event-related arousals and thus does not produce an AHI ... that may relax their body tone excessively and interfere with normal arousal from sleep mechanisms. Common symptoms of OSA ... 50 percent for 10 seconds or decreases by 30 percent if there is an associated decrease in the oxygen saturation or an arousal ...
*  Sleep and breathing
Arousals cause return of airway resistance and airflow to near awake values. Refer arousals in NREM sleep. Snoring is a ... Sleep onset in normal subjects is not immediate, but oscillates between arousal, stage I and II sleep before steady NREM sleep ... Pulmonary arterial systolic and diastolic pressure and PAD increase by 4-5mm in NREM sleep Induced transient arousal from NREM ...
*  Sexual stimulation
The excitation-transfer theory states that existing arousal in the body can be transformed into another type of arousal. For ... This suggests that the remaining arousal from the exercise was being transformed into sexual arousal without any external ... spoken-text was found to elicit sexual arousal in men implicating sounds a means for sexual stimulation. Sexual arousal ... being transformed into another type of arousal such as sexual arousal. In one study participants performed some physical ...
*  Sleepwalking
Other differential diagnoses include Rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder, confusional arousals, and night terrors. There ... arousal. Acting out a dream is the basis for a REM (rapid eye movement) sleep disorder called REM Behavior Disorder (or REM ... arousal prompts the heart rate to accelerate and the sleepwalking begins. Glassy-eyed stare/blank expression: During a ... past studies have suggested that patients with sleep terrors or sleepwalking have an elevated level of brief EEG arousals. When ...
*  Arousal
Eysenck's theory of arousal describes the different natural frequency or arousal states of the brains of people who are ... Arousal and anxiety have a different relationship than arousal and depression. People who suffer from anxiety disorders tend to ... Revelle, W. "Arousal Theories" (PDF). Liotti, Mario; Tucker, Don M (March 1992). "Right hemisphere sensitivity to arousal and ... The Yerkes-Dodson law states that an optimal level of arousal for performance exists, and too little or too much arousal can ...
*  The Arousal
... was a Pakistani anarchist newsletter founded in 1988. It was distributed in Karachi and Lahore and became notorious ...
*  Arousal Disasters
... is Jonathan Seet's second album, released by Aporia Records/MapleNationwide on 14 February 2003. "À Bientôt ...
*  Low arousal
... most likely refers to when a person is in a state of low arousal. It can also refer to: Low arousal approach, deals ... that individuals who have antisocial personality disorder or ADHD seek excessive activity to combat a state of low arousal ... with how staff handles patients who are easily provoked Low arousal theory, explains ...
*  Low arousal approach
Sensory over-activity has been explained as a possible response to hyper-arousal. An understanding of arousal and sensory ... The philosophy of low arousal approaches is one of non-confrontation. In high-risk situations, responses that reduce arousal ... may experience either constant or intermittent states of hyper-arousal. Low arousal theory McDonnell, Reeves, Johnson & Lane, ... A low arousal approach deals with how staff handles patients who are easily aroused (in a non-sexual sense). These approaches ...
*  Low arousal theory
The first theory stresses that emotional arousal is highly genetic. Secondly, some with low emotional arousal show underarousal ... seek self-stimulation by excessive activity in order to transcend their state of abnormally low arousal. This low arousal ... Third, low emotion arousal often elicits hypoactivity of the amygdala. The amygdala in the brain is part of the limbic system, ... The lack of the empathy associated with ASPD is thought to be linked to the low arousal theory. A study conducted showed that ...
*  Sexual arousal disorder
Research has shown that women with arousal deficits and women without arousal deficits show equivalent increases in ... The lack of sexual arousal may be due to a general lack of sexual desire or due to a lack of sexual desire for the current ... Sexual arousal disorder is characterized by a lack or absence of sexual fantasies and desire for sexual activity in a situation ... The term is often used in the diagnosis of women (female sexual arousal disorder), while the term erectile dysfunction (ED) is ...
*  Misattribution of arousal
... of the arousal. In one study, they put the participants into three different groups: control (no arousal), arousal-awareness ( ... In other words, whereas the original theory of misattribution of arousal said that people could only misattribute their arousal ... This demonstrates another potential model that could explain the attraction-arousal component of the misattribution of arousal ... and arousal-unaware (where they were put in front of an attractive person but didn't realize the true cause of arousal). After ...
*  Persistent genital arousal disorder
... (PGAD), originally called persistent sexual arousal syndrome (PSAS), Weiss Disease, and ... Persistent genital arousal in women - a new syndrome entity Int J STD & AIDS 2006; 17:215-6. PMID 16595040. Goldstein, Irwin (1 ... Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder Sufferer's Suicide Will Hopefully Lead to New Medical Research, by Anna Breslaw, at Jezebel ... "Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome Renamed As Restless Genital Syndrome". RxPG News: Sexual Medicine Channel. December 28, 2008 ...
*  Sexological testing
The areas concerning sexual arousal are: Arousability (arousal and sexual stimulation); Sexual power dynamics (power dynamics ... sexual arousal is controlled by the balance of several factors, all of which contribute to arousal or inhibition. Validation of ... Arousal contingency (arousal-related factors); Concerns about sexual function (concerns about the consequences of sexual ... Each item explores a particular aspect of sexuality: 1. Sexual drive, 2. Arousal, 3a. Penile erection; 3b. Vaginal lubrication ...
*  Pulling Moves
Episode 5. Spousal Arousal. Aired: Directed by: Brian Kirk 'Mick Bad News' thinks his wife is having an affair and hires the ...
*  Slow-wave sleep
ISBN 978-0-9561387-1-2. Jones, BE (1 May 2003). "Arousal systems". Frontiers in Bioscience. 8: s438-51. ISSN 1093-9946. PMID ...
*  Attention
These include, but are not limited to, anxiety, arousal, task difficulty, and skills. Simultaneous attention is a type of ... Marrocco, R. T.; Witte, E. A.; Davidson, M. C. (1994). "Arousal systems". Current Opinion in Neurobiology. 4 (2): 166-70. doi: ...
*  Affectiva
"Emotional Arousal Measurement". Affectiva. Retrieved February 3, 2013. "Milward Brown Emotional Measurement Offer Goes From ...
*  Schizotypy
This, it was proposed, could lead, both to lability of arousal, and to dissociation of arousal in different parts of the ... A failure of homeostasis in the central nervous system could lead to episodes of hyper-arousal. Oswald has pointed out that ... This suggested a relative dissociation of arousal between the two hemispheres in such people as compared with controls. ... Claridge, G.S. (1967). Personality and Arousal. Oxford: Pergamon. Claridge, G.S. and Clark, K.H. (1982). Covariation between ...
*  Electrodermal activity
Also, the classic understanding has treated EDA as if it represented one homogeneous change in arousal across the body, but in ... There is a relationship between emotional arousal and sympathetic activity, although the electrical change alone does not ... Picard, Rosalind; Fedor, Szymon; Ayzenberg, Yadid (2016). "Multiple Arousal Theory". Emotion Review. 8 (1). Matté, James Allan ... providing multiple sources of arousal; thus, the EDA measured in different places on the body varies not only with different ...
*  Cock and ball torture
Improving sexual arousal. While some men may be aroused by the feeling of being "owned", the physical feeling of stretching the ... There is a level of humiliation involved, by which they find sexual arousal. The cuffs may even form part of a sexual fetish of ...
*  Michael Inzlicht
Inzlicht, M.; Al-Khindi, T. (2012). "ERN and the placebo: A misattribution approach to studying the arousal properties of the ... Ben-Zeev, T.; Fein, S.; Inzlicht, M. (2005). "Stereotype Threat and Arousal". Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 41: ...
*  Services marketing
Arousal-non-arousal refers to the emotional state that reflects the degree to which consumers and employees feel excited and ... arousal-non-arousal or dominance-submissiveness while the mediator explains the response behaviour, typically in terms of ... The desired level of emotional arousal depends on the situation. For example, at a gym arousal might be more important than ... Too much arousal can be counter-productive. For instance, a romantic couple might feel out of place in a busy, noisy and ...
*  Patterns in the menstrual cycle
Levay, Simon; Valente, Sharon M (2006). "Sexual Attraction and Arousal". Human Sexuality. Massachusetts: Sinauer Associates Inc ... Evolutionary psychology Mate choice Menstrual cycle Levay, Simon; Baldwin, Janice; Baldwin, John (2015). "Attraction, Arousal, ...
*  Stephen B. Levine
Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy Freeman, Karen (October 27, 1996). Kurt Freund Dies at 82; Studied Deviant Sexual Arousal. New ...