This is what happens to the body when we are asleep
Most people do not know the things that happen in their bodies when they are asleep. In fact sleep itself is a body process that has several stages.
Here are some steps that occur in the body when you sleep:
This stage is the initial stage of sleep and is a transition period. Usually lasts between 5-10 minutes. At this stage you will feel like fall and limp but still be awakened.
The second phase takes place in 20 minutes. During this stage, your eyes do not move, decreased heart rate, and body temperature also dropps. In addition, the muscles of the body will be relaxed so that you are ready to sleep soundly.
The third stage is the stage of deep sleep. While in this stage of your brain activity slows down due to the displacement of blood from the brain to the body to be regenerated. If awakened at this stage, it is hard to realize and and you will feel confused.
If you’ve reached this stage, your breathing becomes lighter but an increase in heart rate. At this stage you would normally dream.
In addition to these stages, there are two types of sleep processes that occur. The first is REM or Rapid Eye Movement Sleep. In this process occurs repair of bones, muscles, tissues, and strengthens the immune system. While the second type is Non-REM Sleep where there is an increase in the brain and memory improvement.