32 - Psychological model for sleep disorders - The model of...

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Unformatted text preview: Psychological model for sleep disorders - The model of three American researchers Spielman, Caruso and Glovinsky According to this model: the phenomenon of chronic insomnia develops a combination of three factors : A natural tendency - as energetic characteristics, worriers, are in high gear or physical condition, suffer pain or discomfort (due to an accident, injury disability, etc.), very easily arise Catalysts- Perpetuating factors - which takes suffering to prevent a recurrence of the phenomenon of insomnia Trinity operates three factors perpetuate insomnia phenomenon and make .. Night eating syndrome- Syndrome that combines an eating disorder and sleep disorder . Phenomenon Maofinnt wake sleeping and turning the kitchen with a sense of an irresistible urge to eat unusual and abnormal . Not yet set in its entirety and does not appear in DSM Phenomenon / disorder moves the range at the end of the night eating syndrome is - more associated with eating disorders, and sleep related eating disorder, more associated with sleep disorders . Determine where the phenomenon between the range there are no parameters : Level of alertness during feeding . Type and amount of eating . Level of distress Level of obesity Lack of synchronicity - insomnia and excessive eating, relaxing element to the process of falling asleep ....
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course SOCIAL SCI 65021 taught by Professor Drkranbudi during the Winter '10 term at Beirut Arab University.

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