Health Reference: Sleep Disorders Sourcebook, 4th Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0780814738
  • ISBN-13: 9780780814738
  • DDC: 616.8
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 640 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2016 | Published/Released September 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2016

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Overview

This new fourth edition offers basic information about common sleep disorders and other health problems that affect sleep. It explains how much sleep is needed, the causes and consequences of sleep deprivation, and the methods used to prevent, diagnose, and treat sleep disorders. Pediatric sleep concerns are also discussed.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Preface.
Sleep Basics.
1: Understanding Sleep.
2: Sleep Disorders in Women.
3: Sleep Disorders in Men.
4: Napping: A Healthy Habit.
5: Benefits of Slumber.
6: Dreaming.
7: Sleep and Aging.
8: Sleep Myths.
The Causes and Consequences of Sleep Deprivation.
9: The Problem of Sleep Deprivation.
10: People at Risk of Sleep Deprivation.
11: Why Your Body Needs Sleep.
12: Why Your Brain Needs Sleep.
13: Drowsy Driving.
14: Molecular Ties between Lack of Sleep and Weight Gain.
15: Impact of School Timing on Children's Sleeping Behavior.
16: Sleep Deprivation and Learning.
Sleep Disorders.
17: What Are Sleep Disorders?.
18: Breathing Disorders of Sleep.
19: Circadian Rhythm Disorders.
20: Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome.
21: Excessive Sleeping.
22: Fatal Familial Insomnia.
23: Insomnia.
24: Sleep-Related Movement Disorders.
25: Narcolepsy.
26: Parasomnias.
Other Health Problems That Often Affect Sleep.
27: The Link between Alzheimer Disease and Sleep.
28: Cancer Patients and Sleep Disorders.
29: Mental Health and Sleep.
30: Multiple Sclerosis and Sleep Disorders.
31: Nocturia: When the Need to Urinate Interrupts Sleep.
32: Pain Disorders That Impact Sleep.
33: Parkinson Disease and Sleep.
Preventing, Diagnosing, and Treating Sleep Disorders.
34: Sleep Hygiene: Tips for Better Sleep.
35: Identifying Common Sleep Disrupters.
36: Stress and Sleep.
37: Shift Work and Sleep.
38: Day Light Savings: Helping Workers to Adapt to the Time Change.
39: Bedding and Sleep Environment.
40: Exercise and Sleep.
41: Recognizing Sleep Disorders.
42: What You Need to Know about Sleep Studies.
43: Sleep Medication.
44: Dietary Supplements and Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) for Sleep Disorders.
45: How Is Insomnia Treated?.
46: Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP).
47: Treating Sleep Problems of People in Recovery from Substance Use Disorders.
A Special Look at Pediatric Sleep Issues.
48: Infants and Sleep-Related Concerns.
49: Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
50: Bed Wetting (Enuresis).
51: Pediatric Movement Disorders in Sleep.
52: Sleep Walking in Children.
53: Sleep Concerns among Teens.
54: Bruxism and Sleep.
Clinical Trials on Sleep Disorders.
55: What Are Clinical Trials?.
56: A Method for Enhancing Sleep in PTSD.
57: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia among Different Types of Shift Workers (CBT—Insomnia).
58: Improving Sleep in Veterans and Their CGs (SLEEP—E Dyads).
59: Insomnia Self-Management in Heart Failure (HSS).
60: Music for Insomnia.
61: Sleep Quality in Patients with Advanced Cancer.
62: Stroke-Sleep Disorders, Dysfunction of the Autonomic Nervous System and Depression.
63: Treatment of Sleep Disturbances in Trauma-Affected Refugees (PTF5).
64: Bright Light Therapy for Treatment of Sleep Problems Following Mild Traumatic Brain Injury.
Additional Help and Information.
Glossary of Terms Related to Sleep Disorders.
Directory of Resources Providing Information about Sleep Disorders.
Index.
Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Preface.
Sleep Basics.
1: Understanding Sleep.
2: Sleep Disorders in Women.
3: Sleep Disorders in Men.
4: Napping: A Healthy Habit.
5: Benefits of Slumber.
6: Dreaming.
7: Sleep and Aging.
8: Sleep Myths.
The Causes and Consequences of Sleep Deprivation.
9: The Problem of Sleep Deprivation.
10: People at Risk of Sleep Deprivation.
11: Why Your Body Needs Sleep.
12: Why Your Brain Needs Sleep.
13: Drowsy Driving.
14: Molecular Ties between Lack of Sleep and Weight Gain.
15: Impact of School Timing on Children's Sleeping Behavior.
16: Sleep Deprivation and Learning.
Sleep Disorders.
17: What Are Sleep Disorders?.
18: Breathing Disorders of Sleep.
19: Circadian Rhythm Disorders.
20: Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome.
21: Excessive Sleeping.
22: Fatal Familial Insomnia.
23: Insomnia.
24: Sleep-Related Movement Disorders.
25: Narcolepsy.
26: Parasomnias.
Other Health Problems That Often Affect Sleep.
27: The Link between Alzheimer Disease and Sleep.
28: Cancer Patients and Sleep Disorders.
29: Mental Health and Sleep.
30: Multiple Sclerosis and Sleep Disorders.
31: Nocturia: When the Need to Urinate Interrupts Sleep.
32: Pain Disorders That Impact Sleep.
33: Parkinson Disease and Sleep.
Preventing, Diagnosing, and Treating Sleep Disorders.
34: Sleep Hygiene: Tips for Better Sleep.
35: Identifying Common Sleep Disrupters.
36: Stress and Sleep.
37: Shift Work and Sleep.
38: Day Light Savings: Helping Workers to Adapt to the Time Change.
39: Bedding and Sleep Environment.
40: Exercise and Sleep.
41: Recognizing Sleep Disorders.
42: What You Need to Know about Sleep Studies.
43: Sleep Medication.
44: Dietary Supplements and Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) for Sleep Disorders.
45: How Is Insomnia Treated?.
46: Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP).
47: Treating Sleep Problems of People in Recovery from Substance Use Disorders.
A Special Look at Pediatric Sleep Issues.
48: Infants and Sleep-Related Concerns.
49: Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
50: Bed Wetting (Enuresis).
51: Pediatric Movement Disorders in Sleep.
52: Sleep Walking in Children.
53: Sleep Concerns among Teens.
54: Bruxism and Sleep.
Clinical Trials on Sleep Disorders.
55: What Are Clinical Trials?.
56: A Method for Enhancing Sleep in PTSD.
57: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia among Different Types of Shift Workers (CBT—Insomnia).
58: Improving Sleep in Veterans and Their CGs (SLEEP—E Dyads).
59: Insomnia Self-Management in Heart Failure (HSS).
60: Music for Insomnia.
61: Sleep Quality in Patients with Advanced Cancer.
62: Stroke-Sleep Disorders, Dysfunction of the Autonomic Nervous System and Depression.
63: Treatment of Sleep Disturbances in Trauma-Affected Refugees (PTF5).
64: Bright Light Therapy for Treatment of Sleep Problems Following Mild Traumatic Brain Injury.
Additional Help and Information.
Glossary of Terms Related to Sleep Disorders.
Directory of Resources Providing Information about Sleep Disorders.
Index.