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Sleep Disorder is a condition that as often as possible effects your capacity to get enough quality of sleep. While it's entirely expected to sporadically encounter difficulties in sleeping, it’s not normal to regularly have problems getting to sleep at night, to wake up feeling exhausted, or to feel sleepy during the day. Sleep disorders are characterized by abnormal sleep patterns that interfere with physical, mental, and emotional working. Stress or anxiety can cause a genuine night without sleep, as complete an assortment of different issues.
Other common sleep disorders include sleep apnoea (loud snoring caused by an obstructed airway), sleepwalking, and narcolepsy (falling asleep spontaneously). Restless leg syndrome and bruxism (grinding of the teeth while sleeping) are conditions that also may contribute to sleep disorders.
- Track 1-1Irregular Sleep Pattern
- Track 1-2Causes of sleep Disorder
- Track 1-3Types of Sleep disorder
- Track 1-4Treatment
- Track 1-5Therapies
- Track 1-6Maintain Sleep-Wake Cycle
- Track 1-7Manage Biological Clock
A sleep expert or specialist is a medical doctor who has completed additional training and education in the field of sleep medicine. Sleep medicine focuses on sleep disorders, sleep and sleep-related conditions, and is a subspecialty within several medical specialties, including pulmonology, internal medicine, neurology and psychiatry.
Psychiatrists are medical doctors who are experts in mental health. Psychiatrists are medical doctors and they evaluate patients to determine whether their symptoms are the result of a physical illness, a combination of physical and mental ailments, or strictly psychiatric. A psychiatrist is a physician who specializes in psychiatry, the branch of medicine devoted to the study, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of mental disorders.
- Sleep Disorder Expert
- Sleep Medicine Expert
Psychiatry is the therapeutic claim to fame devoted to diagnosing, preventing, and treating mental disorders.These incorporate different maladaptations identified with temperament, conduct, comprehension, and recognitions. Psychiatry adopts a medical approach but may take in to account biological, psychological, and social/cultural perspectives.
A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who specializes in mental health, including substance use disorders. Psychiatrists are qualified to assess both the mental and physical aspects of psychological problems. Psychiatrists use a variety of treatments – including various forms of psychotherapy, medications, psychosocial interventions and other treatments (such as electroconvulsive therapy or ECT), depending on the needs of each patient. Psychotherapy, sometimes called talk therapy, is a treatment that involves a talking relationship between a therapist and patient. It can be used to treat a broad variety of mental disorders and emotional difficulties. The goal of psychotherapy is to eliminate or control disabling or troubling symptoms so the patient can function better. Depending on the extent of the problem, treatment may take just a few sessions over a week or two or may take many sessions over a period of years. Psychotherapy can be done individually, as a couple, with a family, or in a group
Neurology is the branch of medicine that deals with disorders of the nervous system, which include the brain, blood vessels, muscles and nerves. The main areas of neurology are: the autonomic, central and peripheral nervous systems. A physician who works in the field of neurology is called a neurologist; a neurosurgeon treats neurological disorders via surgery.
Neurological disorders are diseases of the peripheral and central nervous system. That include brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, cranial nerves, autonomic nervous system, neuromuscular junction, nerve roots and muscles. Some of the most common neurological disorder include Brain tumor, Epilepsy, Craniosynostosis, Chiari malformation, Craniofacial abnormalities, Cerebral palsy, Encephalopathy etc.
- Neurological Control
- Brain tumor
- Developmental disorders
Mental health refers to our cognitive, behavioural, and emotional wellbeing - it is all about how we think, feel, and behave. The term 'mental health' is sometimes used to mean an absence of a mental disorder, Mental health can affect daily life, relationships, and even physical health. Mental health also includes a person's ability to enjoy life - to attain a balance between life activities and efforts to achieve psychological resilience.
Psychiatric mental health nursing is a specialty within nursing. Psychiatric mental health registered nurses work with individuals, families, groups, and communities, assessing their mental health needs. The PMH nurse develops a nursing diagnosis and plan of care, implements the nursing process, and evaluates it for effectiveness. . Psychiatric nurses are also uniquely poised to expand access to mental health care and address the need for mental health professionals
Psychology is a varied field. Psychologists conduct basic and applied research, serve as consultants to communities and organizations, diagnose and treat people, and teach future psychologists and those who will pursue other disciplines. They test intelligence and personality. The application of psychological research can decrease the economic burden of disease on government and society as people learn how to make choices that improve their health and well-being. The strides made in educational assessments are helping students with learning disabilities. Psychological science helps educators understand how children think, process and remember — helping to design effective teaching methods. Psychological science contributes to justice by helping the courts understand the minds of criminals, evidence and the limits of certain types of evidence or testimony
Narcolepsy is a sleep disorder characterized by excessive sleepiness, sleep paralysis, hallucinations, and in some cases episodes of cataplexy (partial or total loss of muscle control, often triggered by a strong emotion such as laughter). Narcolepsy occurs equally in men and women and is thought to affect roughly 1 in 2,000 people. The symptoms appear in childhood or adolescence, but many people have symptoms of narcolepsy for years before getting a proper diagnosis. Sometimes, narcolepsy can be accompanied by a sudden loss of muscle tone (cataplexy), which can be triggered by strong emotion. Narcolepsy that occurs with cataplexy is called type 1 narcolepsy. Narcolepsy that occurs without cataplexy is known as type 2 narcolepsy. Narcolepsy is a chronic condition for which there's no cure. However, medications and lifestyle changes can help you manage the symptoms
Geriatric psychiatrists can greatly improve quality of life for patients who have mental illnesses and for their families. Geriatric psychiatrists specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of mental health issues that occur more commonly in older patients, such as dementia, depression, anxiety, late life addiction disorders and schizophrenia.
Older patients also may be dealing with multiple problems such as:
- Grief over the loss of a spouse or lifelong friends
- Feelings of isolation or lack of purpose
- Stress over financial issues
- Fears of illness or death
- Emotional problems related to health concerns (for example, coping with pain or a cancer diagnosis)
- Problems coping with changes around them
Insomnia is a sleep disorder that regularly affects millions of people worldwide. In short, individuals with insomnia find it difficult to fall asleep or stay asleep. The effects can be devastating. Insomnia commonly leads to daytime sleepiness, lethargy, and a general feeling of being unwell, both mentally and physically. Mood swings, irritability, and anxiety are common associated symptoms. Insomnia has also been associated with a higher risk of developing chronic diseases. According to the National Sleep Foundation, 30-40 per cent of American adults report that they have had symptoms of insomnia within the last 12 months, and 10-15 per cent of adults claim to have chronic insomnia.
- Disruptions in circadian rhythm
- Psychological issues.
- Medical conditions
Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a condition that causes an uncontrollable urge to move your legs, usually because of an uncomfortable sensation. It typically happens in the evening or nighttime hours when you're sitting or lying down. Moving eases the unpleasant feeling temporarily. Restless legs syndrome, now known as restless legs syndrome/Willis-Ekbom disease (RLS/WED), can begin at any age and generally worsens as you age. It can disrupt sleep, which interferes with daily activities.
- Sensations that begin after rest
- Relief with movement
- Worsening of symptoms in the evening
- Nighttime leg twitching
Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder that occurs when a person's breathing is interrupted during sleep. People with untreated sleep apnea stop breathing repeatedly during their sleep, sometimes hundreds of times. This means the brain -- and the rest of the body -- may not get enough oxygen.
There are two types of sleep apnea:
- Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA): The more common of the two forms of apnea, it is caused by a blockage of the airway, usually when the soft tissue in the back of the throat collapses during sleep.
- Central sleep apnea: Unlike OSA, the airway is not blocked, but the brain fails to signal the muscles to breathe, due to instability in the respiratory control center.
Sleep apnea can affect anyone at any age, even children. Risk factors for sleep apnea include:
- Being male
- Being overweight
- Being over age 40
- Having a large neck size (17 inches or greater in men and 16 inches or greater in women)
- Having large tonsils, a large tongue, or a small jaw bone
- Having a family history of sleep apnea
- Nasal obstruction due to a deviated septum, allergies, or sinusproblems
Sleep deprivation is the condition of not having enough sleep. The levels of sleep deprivation can vary, being either chronic or acute. Causes of sleep deprivation include depressed mood, lack of motivation, fatigue, irritability etc. There are some treatment technique such as Relaxation techniques, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Stimulation control and medications.
Circadian rhythm disorders are disruptions in a person’s circadian rhythm (internal body clock) that regulates the (approximately) 24-hour cycle of biological processes. Common circadian rhythm disorders are Advanced Sleep Phase Disorder, Jet Lag, Shift Work Disorder, Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder etc.
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Relaxation techniques
- Stimulation control
- Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder
- Advanced Sleep Phase Disorder
- Shift Work Disorder
- Jet Lag
Stress and anxiety may cause sleeping problems or make existing problems worse. Depression, Stress or anxiety can cause a serious night without sleep, as do a variety of other problems. Anxiety is an emotion characterized by feelings of tension, worried thoughts and physical changes like increased blood pressure. Depression is a mood disorder characterized by persistently low mood and a feeling of sadness and loss of interest. One of the major region of stress & depression is sleeplessness.
- mood disorder
- Family Pressure
- Irregularity in Life cycle
- Work load
- Deficiency in Vitamins, Minerals
Addiction psychiatry is a medical subspecialty within psychiatry that focuses on the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of people who are suffering from one or more disorders related to addiction. Addiction psychiatrists are substance abuse experts. Addiction psychiatry is an expanding field, and currently there is a high demand for substance abuse experts in both the private and public sector. Addiction psychiatry aims to treat individuals with addiction issues along with co-occurring psychiatric disorders and some sleep disorder. Addiction psychiatrists treat a wide variety of patients of all ages with varying conditions.
- Types of addiction
- Symptom of addiction
- Causes of addiction
- Epigenetic mechanisms in addiction