El dream in dependent animals of their evolutionary condition, affirm a professor of UMU for an interview in La 2
From the point of view of animal evolution, the animals predictors do not have problems with counseling the dream of what estos no temen a ser cazados y pueden gozar de un deep dream and extended in time. No embargo, los animals that can be predados tienen el sueño más ligero and short because you need to be constantly alert to yourself algun peligro.
The Professor of Physiology of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Murcia (UMU), Salvador Ruiz, has dedicated his teaching work to the Department of Neurophysiology in Animals. Under Article of Deduction, ‘The dream in animals’published in the magazine of the College of Veterinarians Veterinary Information, the result is of great interest among lecturers, with more than 8000 visits and miles of visits. The producer of the RTVE of the program for the development of La 2, ‘What an animal!‘, also said eco news, interviewed by Professor Ruiz, durante su capitulo dedicado al sueño en los animales.
Dreams of animals and animals
According to the article of the professor, the duration and phase of the dream of the animals depend on their habitat and experience. The mayor of the animals that are considered to be able to lie in the phase of REM del sueño, es decir, which pueden tener un sueño profundo y dormir con más tranquilidad durante mucho tiempo. Without embargo, the animals that result in a nightmare can not be taken away from their vulnerable condition. The emphatic cathedral that “the elephants and the giraffes lay down to sleep only 3 or 4 hours a day to escape the attack.”
The REM dream, which in English signifies “fast moving eyebrows” with the closed fingers and suppose admission muscle contractions. Ruizexplica que durante esta fase “hai ondas cerebrales similares a las que se produn durante la vigilia, cuando uno está despierto”, y agrega que “la domesticación ha modificado habitos de suéño en los animales”.
The postures that are adopted at the end of the night are other conditions for conciliar el sueño. The investigator details that the vacant can be mastic of a long time and the day and “be careful with external recourse” the content of the rumen is new from the bottle to the mastic on the other side ”.
Other children who came from the department, were able to live, they had the ability to sleep on the mayor’s side of time: of the extremities ”, comment. For the other part, describe that you have the unique ones that can keep a perfect balance “duermen en percha”, they have the ability to sleep over a bed.
Why is the dream produced?
There are different hypotheses about how the dream is produced. Ruiz certifica que podría tratarse de una akciónquimica resultante del „incremento de ciertashormonas o metabolitos en sangre è líkido cefalorraquídeo. There is also a need to reduce the stimuli of the senses that seize the cerebro .
Other of the foundations that explain the dream of animals is the corporal temperature; on the descent, even a decade later, he acted as “a spec of the mechanism of restoration of the metabolic for which the energy will return to the act”, commented the professor of UMU.
In the article, the calculation of the importance of sleeping can be heard that when the body of the landing is produced, a neuronal search can be made to “respond” to everything that has happened before the day.
The lack of a dream is a pleaser, which can be disenfranchised and deteriorating mentally. The investigator admits that the animals can be frequented and have serious consequences and that “he has realized studies that affirm neurodegenerative alterations that can lead to deaths and prolonged periods of prolonged death from 24 to 48 hours.
Salvador makes reference to narcolepsy in animals, often in particular. These are the attacks of supeño repentinos suelen estar relacionados, entre otras causas, con la ansiedad que desarrolla el animal por la comida.
Article published in the magazine of the College of Veterinarians Veterinary Information: Ruiz, S. El sueño en los animales. Veterinary Information. 4: 34-37. 2005https://www.researchgate.net/publication/302589558_El_sueno_en_los_animales