During sleep, the body slows down, and it is normal for your pulse rate to drop a bit. However, your oxygen level should not drop. It should remain over 90% minimally, and preferably over 95%.
As long as your pulse stays between 50-99, it is considered normal. However, for athletes, it is often lower than the average person.
what could be the reason that my oxygen level drops below 80 at times during my sleep? i do not have sleep apnea.
The body requires fuel even during sleep because it is still working while you sleep. Heart rate, pulse, breathing, and circulation rely on fuel to keep the body going even during sleep.
In my opinion our pulse slow down in our sleep.
A normal result in polysomnography shows normal results for all parameters (EEG, ECG, blood pressure, eye movement, air flow, pulse oximetry, etc.) monitored throughout all stages of sleep.
no it is not normal but if you do see that you need to consult your doctor as it may be cancer or down syndrome
yes it is perfectly normal during the day and at night they should be more active remember hamsters are nocturnal which means they sleep during the day and are active during the night
Taking normal sleep every night help in consolidation of memory. During sleep the neuron cells do the needful to consolidate memory.
if your relaxed or asleep you can have a low pulse rate or even in a deep sleep you can have a slow steady pulse rate so its ok
It depeneds but it definatley decreases because you are relaxed and you have a steady heart beat.
It is if you're not getting enough sleep - teens and kids need 10 hours of sleep a night!
Teenagers sweat more than normal, not just when they sleep. This is because about 3 million sweat glands become active during puberty.