By Paul R. Carney MD, Richard B. Berry MD, James D. Geyer MD
This clinically targeted, functional reference is an entire consultant to diagnosing and treating sleep problems. the outlet sections clarify easy definitions, sleep tracking, and basic human sleep. A scientific shows part info how one can process analysis established upon sufferers' lawsuits, in addition to distinct gains of the kid, adolescent, or older grownup with sleep difficulties. next sections handle particular sleep issues and sleep issues in sufferers with different scientific and psychiatric stipulations. Chapters were seriously edited by way of specialists from a number of specialties, persist with a standardized template, and contain bulleted lists, tables, and scientific pearls. Appendices contain details on polysomnography, sleep questionnaires, and beginning a nap issues facility.
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