Disorders of Sleep and Wakefulness in Parkinson's Disease
Patients with Parkinson's disease commonly struggle with sleep disorders that which negatively affect their quality of life. Sleep Considerations in the Management of Parkinson's Disease provides a comprehensive overview of common sleep issues and related topics in in this complex field. Each chapter begins with a case that describes a typical scenario related to a sleep problem in Parkinson's disease, followed by a discussion of both the sleep problem and the specifics of the case, providing practical, real-world information to help you provide better patient care.
- Includes concise chapters authored by Dr. Lana Chahine, each carefully reviewed and supplemented by expert contributors in the specific field.
- Addresses a wide variety of topics including sleep-onset insomnia, nocturnal manifestations of anxiety disorders, REM sleep behavior disorder, restless legs syndrome and periodic limb movements, and excessive daytime sleepiness.
- Consolidates today's available information and experience in this important area into one convenient resource.
|Author Information||By Lana Chahine|
|Table of Content||1 Sleep-initiation insomnia
2 Sleep-maintenance insomnia
3 Contribution of mood and anxiety disorders to sleep problems
4 Nocturnal Psychosis
5 Rem sleep behavior disorder in Parkinson's Disease
6 REM Sleep Behavior Disorder as a Prodromal Feature
7 Restless legs syndrome and periodic limb movements
8 Sleep-Related Breathing Disorders
9 Circadian Rhythm Abnormalities
11 Sleep benefit
12 Excessive daytime sleepiness
13 Brief Reference on Sleep Staging
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