Psyc380 eating disorders - o Somnambulism Sleep walking...

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Psych Notes 4/4/16 Eating disorders: overview Anorexia - Binging and purging - Amenorrhea - Weight loss under weight Bulimia - Binge and purge - Normal weight Binge eating disorder - Binging but not purging - Weight gain - overweight - Many causes Median onset: 18-21 10 times more common in females Anorexia - Highest mortality rate of any psychiatric disorder - 5% within 10 years - 50% of deaths due to suicide Mortality rates: obesity - Same for men and women about - Mortality increases with BMI - Sleep Disorders - Parasomnias o Abnormal behavioral and physiological events during sleep – problems during sleep o Nightmare disorder – freq being awakened by extended and extrememly frightening dreams – cuase distress and impaired functioning o REM sleep behavior disorder – episodes of arousal during rem sleep o Restless leg syndrome o Substance-induced sleep disorder o Disorder of arousal
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Unformatted text preview: o Somnambulism - Sleep walking During non rapid eye movement sleep Unresponsive to others during the act getting sleepwalker out of it is difficult not remembered, causes distress o-Dyssomnias o Difficulties in amount, quality, or timing of sleep – problems w sleep o Narcolepsy – fall asleep anywhere anytime o Insomnia disorder – difficulty falling asleep o Hyper somnolence disorders – excessive sleepiness o breathing related sleep disorders o Circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorder – discrepancy in sleep-wake cycle Biological vulnerability to sleep disturbance > sleep stress (poor sleep hygience cultural demands on sleep) sleep disturbance > maladaptive reactions (naps, sleep sched changes, parental reactions, self-medication) Anxiety/depression < -- > Sleep disorder...
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