Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editors, Salvatore Smirne, Massimo Franceschi, Luigi Ferini-Strambi.|
|Contributions||Ferini-Strambi, Luigi., Franceschi, Massimo., Smirne, Salvatore.|
|LC Classifications||RC547 .M55 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
This book is designed to give clinicians a practical guide to the detection, assessment and treatment of sleep disorders in patients with psychiatric illness in order to better treat both their sleep disorder and their psychiatric disorder. Abstract. Sleep is essential for survival and plays a key role in maintaining our physical and mental health. Over the past 40 years, the field of sleep medicine has increasingly focused on the role sleep disturbances have in the etiology of medical and psychological disorders and has proposed various methods of classifying sleep disorders as distinct clinical entities or as conditions. The first book to offer an in-depth study of the relationship between sleep disorders and common psychiatric disorders in children, this new addition to Informa’s Sleep Disorders series covers: sleep and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism, anxiety, and depression sleep disorders and obesity (including diabetes and metabolic syndrome), a subject that recently has become very. Summary: Handbook of Sleep Disorders in Medical Conditions reviews the current knowledge on the nature and manifestations of sleep disorders associated with a variety of common medical conditions, including epilepsy, traumatic brain injury and dementia. It also provides clinical guidelines on how to assess and treat them with pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions.
Beginning-to-end differences in neuropsychiatric symptoms and actigraphic sleep patterns were measured. Using a mixed-model, the authors regressed neuropsychiatric symptoms on average sleep minutes (between-subjects effect) and each night’s deviation from average (within-subject effect). Sleep did not significantly differ from beginning to end of participation, whereas neuropsychiatric symptoms . This book will be of interest to those looking to learn more about the enormous public health burden of sleep disorders and sleep deprivation and the strikingly limited capacity of the health care enterprise to identify and treat the majority of individuals suffering from sleep s: 4. The 20th century witnessed a spectacular progress in uncovering the mysteries of sleep which continues in this 21st century. Concomitantly there is increased awareness about the importance of sleep and its disorders. Gaps, however, remain in many areas, particularly in the neurological aspects of sleep medicine, which is ironic as sleep is of the brain, by the brain, and for the brain. Edited by Chris Idzikowski, ISBN , pages, Publisher: InTech, Chapters published Ma under CC BY license. DOI: / Edited Volume.
Hoch CC, Reynolds CF III () Electroencephalographic sleep in late-life neuropsychiatric disorders. Int Psychogeriatr –62 PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar Iyama A, Inouye T, Ukai S, Shinosaki K () Spindle activity in the waking EEG in older adults. When Critical Issues in Psychiatry was conceived, there were several sub jects I considered to be of crucial importance in a series devoted to residents and clinicians in psychiatry, as well as to other mental health professionals. Of prominence was the pressing need for an in-depth and scholarly exam ination of the interface between medicine and psychiatry. 23 Disorders of the skin; 24 Neurological disorders; 25 The eye; 26 Psychiatry and drug related problems; General introduction; Taking a psychiatric history from a medical patient; Acute behavioural emergencies; Neuropsychiatric disorders; Psychiatric disorders as they concern the physician; Psychiatric treatments. SLEEP DISTURBANCES ASSOCIATED WITH NEUROPSYCHIATRIC DISEASE ERIC A. NOFZINGER MATCHERI KESHAVAN Severalobservationssuggestimportantlinksbetweensleep.