5 edition of Principles and practice of sleep medicine in the child found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Richard Ferber, Meir Kryger.|
|Contributions||Ferber, Richard., Kryger, Meir H.|
|LC Classifications||RJ506.S55 P75 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 253 p. :|
|Number of Pages||253|
|LC Control Number||94037667|
The dreams were always the same. Equips you with a complete understanding of both medical and psychiatric sleep disorders. His latest eBook is The iGuide to Sleep This book is a 'must' for all clinicians who are new to CBT-I, but even seasoned behavioral sleep medicine specialists will greatly benefit from the experience and wisdom of these two gifted authors.
What Makes it Hard for Teens to Sleep? They are remarkable to me in that they portray an historical snapshot of the violence that people living in North America have experienced since the s, from the unique perspective of a sleep physician. Snore, wet the bed, or head bang? He boasted that he had killed many enemy in combat, but was not bothered by that experience, nor the fact that he had run over children after receiving orders not to stop his vehicle under any circumstances when he was part of the convoy. Therefore, patients suffering from PTSD often try to avoid objects, places, events, or even emotions that trigger memories of the traumatic event. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier; chap
In addition to nightmares, people with PTSD can manifest a state of hyperarousal, in which the individual is subconsciously "on guard" to protect himself, and as a result feels anxious, has difficulty falling asleep, is irritable, suffers emotional outbursts or is easily startled. Then be a good role model and practice what you preach. Education: Obtained M. He came to the clinic with severe insomnia and a request for refill of his medications. They get home later and have a harder time winding down.
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Holocaust The patient in front of me was in his 60s, referred to me because of a sleep problem. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier; Developed by the authors, this evidence based treatment can be used for both primary and secondary insomnia sufferers.
Library Journal, April 1,Diane K. Some are elderly men, others are young women. Phones make poor bedfellows, particularly when they go off in the middle of the night. Some have suffered trauma on the battlefield, others at home. It was a problem that would continue to challenge me throughout my career in sleep medicine.
Therefore, patients suffering from PTSD often try to avoid objects, places, events, or even emotions that trigger memories of the traumatic event. Online access via Expert Consult for seamlessly searchable contents.
Rather, the dream that disturbed him was of the barrel of a pistol put next to his head and its trigger being pulled, after which he defecates in his trousers.
Korea The man came to our clinic because he awoke early every morning and could not get back to sleep. Every night for about 35 years he awakened in a cold sweat, his heart beating rapidly from a dream about terrible events he witnessed in a concentration camp during the Holocaust.
This resource concludes with a review of disease, sleep and circadian-specific therapeutics. Equips you with a complete understanding of both medical and psychiatric sleep disorders.
What they all have in common is that a traumatic experience has gripped them and won't let them sleep. Teens need both work and rest to keep their minds sharp. The average teen gets tired around 11 p. Offer homework support.
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