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Insomnia is often considered to be a prolonged difficulty in falling asleep or staying asleep. This paper will outline the background of Zolpidem; going through the history of the drug. The drugs path of movement through the body or the pharmacokinetics will also be explained. The process of absorption, distribution, and inactivation will be covered in the pharmacokinetics. Pharmacodynamics of the drug will be covered; explaining the sites of action and the areas of the brain that are affected by the drug.
One of slee... ... middle of paper ... ... to conduct the experiments. We also see that sleep deprivation of SWS in relation to rapid eye movement in combination with biomarkers for primary depression (Kupfer, 1976)(Riemann 2001). Palagini uses polysomnographic research includes sleep continuity, depression, and altered sleep architecture to also detect symptoms of disturbed rapid eye movement and (SWS). Renunciation of search causes an increase in REM sleep in subsequent sleep. Depression is accompanied by the increased REM seen in REM sleep latency, is decreased while the initial REM occurrences are amplified.