Chapter 3 Review and Assessment Unit 1 Taking Charge of Your Health and Wellness Copyright Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. 92 Check Your Knowledge Record your answers to each of the following questions on a separate sheet of paper. 1. Which of the following refers to getting enough sleep? A. Insufficient. B. Rejuvenated. C. Inadequate. D. Sleep deprived. 2. The fatigue people feel after traveling across time zones, called _____ _____, is a disruption to the body’s natural circadian rhythm. 3. During which stage of sleep do most dreams occur? 4. True or false. Lack of sleep can impact metabolism, immune system function, concentration, and reflexes. 5. What is the most common cause of insomnia? 6. Nightmares, teeth grinding, bed-wetting, and sleepwalking are all examples of _____. 7. True or false. Waking a sleepwalking person could be harmful to him or her. 8. List three types of parasomnia. 9. One of the best ways to make sure you get enough sleep is to set and follow a(n) _____ _____. 10. Which of the following nap strategies can disrupt your sleep-wake schedule? A. Set an alarm for no more than 30 minutes. B. Nap in your bed. C. Nap in the early afternoon. D. Nap after dinner. 11. Why does exposure to bright light from a digital screen make it difficult to fall asleep? 12. True or false. Spending time outside during the day can help you fall asleep better at night. Use Your Vocabulary caffeine circadian rhythms delayed sleep phase syndrome (DSPS) insomnia jet lag melatonin narcolepsy night-light parasomnia REM sleep short sleepers sleep apnea sleep deficit sleep deprived sleep-wake cycle sleep-wake schedule tryptophan 13. For each of the terms above, identify a word or group of words describing a quality of the term—an attribute. Team together with a classmate and discuss your list of attributes. Then, discuss your list with the whole class to increase understanding. 14. Before reading, work with a partner to write the definitions of each term above based on your current understanding. After reading the chapter, discuss any discrepancies between you and your partner’s definitions and those in the chapter with another pair of partners. Finally, discuss the definitions as a class and ask your instructor for any necessary correction or clarification.