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What is rapid eye movement in babies?

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What is rapid eye movement in babies?

Rapid Eye Movement:

Rapid eye movement that occurs while a person is awake is called nystagmus. Although rapid eye movement is a normal part of the REM sleep stage and often accompanies dreaming, wakeful rapid eye movement is not a normal occurrence.

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Rapid eye movement that occurs while infants are awake can be disturbing but is often a normal stage of development for infants under three months...

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What Is Nystagmus? - Definition, Causes, Symptoms & Treatment
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