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.
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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- 12th September 2019
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