SLEEP. “perchance to dream” Shakespeare. Sleep: Understand it, managing it, and improving individual and team functioning in disaster response services. Presented by Robert L Bray, PhD, LCSW www.rlbray.com. Thanks to Robert J. Koester. Most of the material presented here is taken from:
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“perchance to dream”
Sleep: Understand it, managing it, and improving individual and team functioning in disaster response services.Presented by Robert L Bray, PhD, LCSWwww.rlbray.com
1. Feeling active, alert , wide awake.
2. Functioning at high level but not at peak, able to concentrate
3. Relaxed, awake but not fully alert and responsive
4. A little foggy, let down.
5. Foggy, beginning to lose track, difficulty in staying awake.
6. Sleepy, prefer to lie down, woozy.
7. Almost in reverie, cannot stay awake, sleep onset appears imminent.