Sleep_Hygine - Sleep Hygiene Phyllis M.Connolly, PhD, RN,...

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Sleep Hygiene Phyllis M.Connolly, PhD, RN, CS
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Sleep Disorders Facts Mood disorders often have sleep disruption as chief complaint Major depression characterized by either insomnia or hypersomnia Anxiety disorders often coexist Worry and nervousness lead to sleep disruption Primary insomnia occurs in generalized anxiety, panic 50% of elders experience poor sleep 94% of institutionalized prescribed sedative-hypnotics Males 8 times risk for obstructive sleep apnea
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Characteristics Primary Sleep Disorders Sleep Apnea DSM-IV 780.59 Narcolepsy DSM-IV 347 Primary Insomnia DSM-IV 307.42 Circadian Rhythm DSM-IV 307.45 daytime sleepiness, morning headaches daytime sleepiness Difficulty initiating or maintaining sleep Sleep schedule conflict Heavy loud snoring Cataplexy Daytime fatigue Excessive sleepiness Intervals of breathing cessation Sleep paralysis Awaking feeling unrefreshed Hallucinations
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Sleep-Wake Pattern: Circadian Cycle
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