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The effects of sleep loss and demanding work/rest cycles

an analysis of the traditional Navy watch system and a proposed alternative

by William Charles Stolgitis

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL25129370M

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The effects of sleep loss and demanding work/rest cycles by William Charles Stolgitis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dynamic changes in work/rest duty cycles in a study of sleep deprivation Article (PDF Available) in Behavior Research Methods 17(6) November. 75 comments on “Sleep and Work” Comments listed below are posted by individuals not associated with CDC, unless otherwise stated.

These comments do not represent the official views of CDC, and CDC does not guarantee that any information posted by individuals on this site is correct, and disclaims any liability for any loss or damage resulting from reliance. -: Human Performance as a Function of Work-Rest Ratio During Prolonged Confinement.

USAF ASD TR-: Prolonged Human Performance as The effects of sleep loss and demanding work/rest cycles book Function of the Work-Rest Cycle. Aerosp. Med., vol. 34, no. 2,a, pp. -: Human Performance and the.

Full text of "DTIC ADA Human Performance in The effects of sleep loss and demanding work/rest cycles book Operations and the Demands of Extended Work/Rest Annotated Bibliography" See other formats. Uncovering Residual Effects of Chronic Sleep Loss on Human Performance to match number of FD cycles in the chronic sleep loss protocol.

owing to a physically and psychologically demanding. Differences in Vulnerability to Sleep Loss Due to Prior Sleep-wake History. The ability to sustain attention, maintain cognitive performance and prevent attentional failures deteriorates when sleep is chronically restricted to 7 or fewer hours per night for a week or longer (2, 39–41) (Fig.

4).Many habitually short sleepers may be harboring substantial sleep debt, as reflected by higher Cited by: Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Work Hour Regulation in Safety-Sensitive Industries."Institute of Medicine.

Keeping Patients Safe: Transforming the Work Environment of gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: /   SLEEP. There is general agreement in publications that the effects of long hours of work or shift work has a deleterious effect on sleep. Perhaps the most authoritative review concludes that despite considerable variation between people, sleep loss is a major effect of shift work.7 This is most noticeable after the night shift.

The quantity of sleep may be reduced by Cited by: Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF.

Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Weight loss is still noted and it is only partly due to fluid loss. Sleep appears to be impaired and the relationship of work/rest cycles to task requirements needs further consideration.

The preventive medicine program has been difficult to conduct but in the later flights it effectively reduced the pre- in- and postflight incidence of upper Author: J.W.

Humphreys, C.A. Berry. Performance degradation has been demonstrated in studies of the combined effects of sleep loss and work-rest schedules (Alluisi et al., ; Chiles et al., ). Subjects working on the and schedules were given additional tasks to complete during their regularly scheduled rest periods during days six and seven of a day study.

fatigue, sleep is another. To perform well at tough jobs like wildland fire-fighting, workers need to average 1 hour of sleep for every 2 hours of work.

This rest-to-work ratio means that a hour work shift is about as long as crews can work and still get the sleep and rest they need.

The shift should allow time for. Statement of the problem. Fatigue is a significant problem in modern society, largely because of high workplace demands, long duty periods, disrupted circadian rhythms, social and societal demands, and insufficient sleep (Sadeghniiat-Haghighi and Yazdi, ; Luckhaupt, ).It is a complex phenomenon that occurs as a function of time awake, time-of-day, workload Cited by: 8.

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Periodization achieves this by maximizing the effects of adaptation while minimizing or eliminating the burnout and plateaus that come with exhaustion. The Phases of Periodization. A periodization program is based on three cycles: the macrocycle, mesocycle, and microcycle.

These are not distinct phases, but rather parts of one another. Macrocycle. The time spent from drug injection to loss of righting reflex was considered as sleep latency and the time from loss of righting reflex to its recovery was considered as sleep time.

Results: Compared to control, 70% ethanol elution had significant increases in sleep time (P ), but the change in sleep latency was not significant. In a system and method for assessing and modifying fatigue, an input device receives current work-rest pattern and/or sleep data from an individual.

A data aggregation and processing platform combines the current work-rest pattern and/or sleep data with previous data related to the individual to generate a fatigue assessment result, a diagnostic assessment result, and a Cited by: Sleep loss will also accumulate across time: 5 hours of sleep per day will be equivalent, in terms of fatigue and performance, to one full night of sleep loss after 5 days.

The effects of restricting sleep night after night accumulate so that people become progressively less alert and less functional day after day. Optional Scheduled Rest Days Railroads have used 7&3, 8&3, 11&4, 10&5, or 4&2/3&1 work/rest cycles in order to provide an opportunity to mitigate sleep debt resulting in chronic fatigue.

Shift Predictability Through scheduling or using lineups, efforts to increase work predictability may contribute to reducing chronic fatigue. Sleep loss is likely pdf occur when there are only short durations between work pdf.

Most adults require at least 6–8 hours sleep to function adequately at work (Krueger, ). The loss of even 2 hours of sleep affects waking performance and alertness the next day (Dinges et al., ).Cited by: 3.the acute sleep loss/sleep debt, the sustained periods of wakefulness, and the circadian factors that are primary contributors to fatigue-related flight mishaps First, educational efforts are essential for ensuring a thorough understanding of the causes and effects of aircrew fatigue, and.Ebook Scout Lander (Mars Robotic Mission) with countermeasures to help mitigate the ebook of sleep loss, fatigue and circadian desynchronization.

The Phoenix Scout Lander launched in August of and landed at the polar region of Mars in May to study the history of water and habitability potential of the Martian surface.