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Überhangeffekte der Schlafmitteltherapie auf psychologische Funktionen und Erinnerungsvermögen

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Zusammenfassung

Schlafen und Wachen sind wesentliche und sich ergänzende Bestandteile einer 24-Stunden-Zyklik. Das Verhältnis zwischen Schlaf- und Wachzeiten ist so miteinander verkoppelt, daß bei Verkürzung oder Verlängerung der einen Komponente die andere entsprechend verlängert oder verkürzt wird, um das Gleichgewicht des zyklischen Ablaufes zu erhalten.

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