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Sleep soundly every night, feel fantastic every day : a doctor's guide to solving your sleep problems, Robert S. Rosenberg, DO, FCCP

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Sleep soundly every night, feel fantastic every day : a doctor's guide to solving your sleep problems
Title
Sleep soundly every night, feel fantastic every day
Title remainder
a doctor's guide to solving your sleep problems
Statement of responsibility
Robert S. Rosenberg, DO, FCCP
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eng
Summary
If you have insomnia, always feel tired, or can't sleep because of a restless or snoring partner, help is here. Do you have trouble getting to sleep? Do you take a long time to get up and get going in the morning? Do you wake up feeling like you barely slept at all? If you or someone you love has problems sleeping, Dr. Robert S. Rosenberg will help you identify the issue and provide targeted solutions so you can start awakening refreshed and renewed immediately. Based on the most recent research and including real patient stories from his practice, Dr. Rosenberg will help you: Prevent and manage sleep disorders, including insomnia, sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome, snoring, sleepwalking, and sleep eating Find relief from your symptoms with clinically tested options Benefit from new findings connecting PTSD and ADHD to sleep disorders Regain energy, reduce stress, and build the foundations for better health
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1948-
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Rosenberg, Robert S.
Dewey number
616.8/498
Index
index present
LC call number
RA786
LC item number
.R67 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
WL 108
NLM item number
R813s 2014
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  • Sleep
  • Sleep disorders
  • Sleep
  • Sleep disorders
Target audience
adult
Label
Sleep soundly every night, feel fantastic every day : a doctor's guide to solving your sleep problems, Robert S. Rosenberg, DO, FCCP
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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rdacarrier
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Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Identifying Your Sleep Problem -- Sleep Disorder Checklist -- pt. One Sleep Foundations for Your Best Life -- 2.The Cornerstone of Health -- Sleep Stages and Cycles -- The Effect of Too Little Sleep on Your Health -- Fatigue and Brain Fog -- Take the First Step and the Rest Falls into Place -- 3.How to Get a Good Night's Sleep -- Identify Your Motivation -- Create an Ideal Bedroom Environment -- No Blue Lights at Night -- Break Habits That Hinder Sleep -- Habits to Aid Sleep -- Dismiss a Worry or Dump an Attitude -- Superb Sleep through Progressive Muscle Relaxation -- What's Next? -- Sleep Diary -- pt. Two Impaired Sleep or Dyssomnias -- 4.Restless Legs Syndrome -- What Is Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)? -- Symptoms -- Treatment Options -- The Difference between RLS and Periodic Limb Movements -- Answers to Your Questions -- Foot Pain at Night -- RLS and Antidepressants -- Why Do I Rub My Feet Together? -- Are Gambling and RLS Related? --
  • Contents note continued: Relationship between RLS and Obsession -- A New Medication and Leg Tingling -- RLS Pain after New Medication -- RLS Correlation to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) -- RLS and Sleep Attacks -- RLS and Exercise -- RLS and Nonpharmacological Treatments -- RLS or Fibromyalgia? -- RLS and Varicose Veins -- Self-Check: Restless Legs Syndrome Checklist: URGE -- 5.Insomnia -- Primary Insomnia -- Sleep Hygiene -- Stimulus Control -- Cognitive Restructuring -- Symptoms -- Transient Insomnia -- Insomnia with Multiple Causal Factors -- Chronic Insomnia -- Indications -- Why You Suffer from Insomnia -- Do You Have a Vulnerability to Insomnia? -- Insomnia and Women -- Treatment Options -- Good Sleep Hygiene -- Stimulus Control -- Sleep Restriction -- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) -- Cognitive Restructuring -- Online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy -- Release Tension and Relax Before Going to Bed -- Medications --
  • Contents note continued: Preparing for an Appointment with a Sleep Specialist -- Answers to Your Questions -- Sleep Maintenance -- Chronic Insomnia -- Paradoxical Sleep -- Drinking Coffee -- Sleep Deprivation -- Stress and Sleeping -- Smoking -- Husband Denying Insomnia -- I've Tried Everything! -- No Luck with Sleep Aids -- Stop the Caffeine -- Valium -- Singulair -- Self-Check: Insomnia Severity Index -- Scoring and Interpretation -- 6.Circadian Rhythm Disorders -- Circadian Biology and a Normal Circadian Clock -- Blue Light Pollution -- Circadian Rhythm Disorders -- Jet Lag Disorder -- Symptoms Checklist -- Getting Help -- Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome -- Symptoms -- Getting Help -- Advanced Sleep Phase Syndrome -- Free-Running Disorder -- Irregular Sleep-Wake Syndrome -- Shift Work Sleep Disorder -- Answers to Your Questions -- Effect of Light -- Getting Up in the Morning -- Irregular Sleep-Wake Disorder and Alzheimer's -- Use of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Lamp --
  • Contents note continued: Jet Lag -- Shift Work Disorder -- Use of Sleep Aids -- Lack of Sleep Causing Illness? -- Difficulty Staying Awake on the Job -- Trouble Getting to Sleep After Shift -- Medications to Stay Awake -- Staying Alert -- Impact of Age on Staying Awake -- Self-Check: Self-Assessment for Night Owls and Morning Larks: Delayed Sleep-Phase Syndrome versus Advanced Sleep-Phase Disorder -- Scoring -- 7.No Sleeping with Apnea -- Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) -- How the Body Works on OSA -- Sleep Apnea, Hypertension, and Stroke -- This is Your Brain on Sleep Apnea -- Sleep Apnea and Diabetes -- Children and Sleep Apnea -- Symptoms -- Frequent Nighttime Urination -- Sexual Dysfunction -- Treatment Options -- Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) -- Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD) -- Positive Airway Pressure Nap (PAP-NAP) -- Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulator -- Weight Loss -- Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty -- Central Sleep Apnea (CSA) -- Answers to Your Questions --
  • Contents note continued: Difference between CSA and OSA -- Teen's Breathing Pattern Is Apnea? -- Sleep Apnea and Children -- Sleep Apnea and Dementia -- Apnea and Blood Sugar -- CPAP -- Apnea and Epilepsy -- The Difference between CPAP and Adapto Servo Ventilation (ASV) -- What Is Complex Sleep Apnea? -- CSA and Methadone -- CPAP Caused CSA? -- Self-Check: What Is Your Risk of OSA?: Stop Bang Questionnaire -- pt. Three Parasomnias -- 8.Sleepwalking and Night Terrors -- Sleepwalking -- Sleepwalking in Children -- Sleepwalking in Adults -- NightTerrors -- Night Terrors in Children -- Night Terrors in Adults -- Answers to Your Questions -- Lithium and Sleepwalking -- Sleepwalking and Genetics -- Driving in Sleep? -- Adult Sleepwalking? -- 9.Sexsomnia -- Sexsomnia Behaviors -- Causes -- Are There Solutions? -- Importance of Getting Help -- Sexsomnia as a Defense -- Answers to Your Questions -- Medications -- Stress -- 10.The Night Eaters -- The Two Forms of Night Eating --
  • Contents note continued: Sleep-Related Eating Disorder (SRED) -- Treatment Options -- Night Eating Syndrome (NES) -- Symptoms -- Treatment Options -- Distinguishing SRED and NES -- Answers to Your Questions -- Wife Eats Sugar -- Zolpidem -- What Can Be Done? -- I Am Awake When Eating At Night -- Self-Check: Do You Have a Night-Eating Disorder? -- 11.Do You Sleep, but Not Too Deeply? REM Sleep Behavior Disorder -- Symptoms -- Symptom Checklist -- The Importance of Rapid Eye Movement (REM) Sleep -- REM Benefits -- Lack of REM Sleep -- Treatment Options -- Answers to Your Questions -- Fighting for His Life -- Medication for REM Sleep Behavior Disorder (RSBD) -- Acting Out in Dreams -- Screaming and Thrashing -- I Moved to a Different Bedroom -- WatchPAT Device -- REM Sleep Abnormality? -- pt. Four Sleep Disorders and Major Health Issues -- 12.Sleep for Those with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder -- Gina's Story -- What Is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)? -- PTSD Checklist --
  • Contents note continued: Why It's Important to Resolve Sleep Disorders Related to PTSD -- Treating Sleep Apnea Improves PTSD Symptoms -- Insomnia and Short Sleep Duration in PTSD -- Nightmares -- Help for Sleep-Related PTSD Issues -- Answers to Your Questions -- Is Sleep Apnea Common? -- Vietnam Veteran Still Has Nightmares -- Sleep Study Okay? -- How Long Will Vietnam Nightmares Continue? -- Sertraline -- What Works? -- Good Sleep, Bad Moods -- PTSD from Car Accident -- 13.Sleep Disorders and ADHD -- Children, Sleep, and ADHD -- The Most Common Sleep Disorders Associated with ADHD -- Daytime Sleepiness -- More Movement in Sleep: Restless Legs Syndrome -- Sleep-Disordered Breathing, Sleep Apnea, and Hypopnea -- Dr. Rosenberg's Checklist for Preschool and School-Aged Children -- Adolescents and Adults -- Treatment Options -- Answers to Your Questions -- Sleep Apnea and ADHD -- Sleepiness -- Self-Check: Your Child's Sleep Habits -- Conclusion: Sleep Well -- Start Where You Are --
  • Contents note continued: Use What You Have -- Do What You Can -- Appendices -- Better Sleep Quick Reference -- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Checklist
Control code
000052573318
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxi, 254 pages
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Isbn
9781936303724
Isbn Type
(paperback)
Lccn
2014003148
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Specific material designation
regular print
System control number
(OCoLC)880685276
Label
Sleep soundly every night, feel fantastic every day : a doctor's guide to solving your sleep problems, Robert S. Rosenberg, DO, FCCP
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Identifying Your Sleep Problem -- Sleep Disorder Checklist -- pt. One Sleep Foundations for Your Best Life -- 2.The Cornerstone of Health -- Sleep Stages and Cycles -- The Effect of Too Little Sleep on Your Health -- Fatigue and Brain Fog -- Take the First Step and the Rest Falls into Place -- 3.How to Get a Good Night's Sleep -- Identify Your Motivation -- Create an Ideal Bedroom Environment -- No Blue Lights at Night -- Break Habits That Hinder Sleep -- Habits to Aid Sleep -- Dismiss a Worry or Dump an Attitude -- Superb Sleep through Progressive Muscle Relaxation -- What's Next? -- Sleep Diary -- pt. Two Impaired Sleep or Dyssomnias -- 4.Restless Legs Syndrome -- What Is Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)? -- Symptoms -- Treatment Options -- The Difference between RLS and Periodic Limb Movements -- Answers to Your Questions -- Foot Pain at Night -- RLS and Antidepressants -- Why Do I Rub My Feet Together? -- Are Gambling and RLS Related? --
  • Contents note continued: Relationship between RLS and Obsession -- A New Medication and Leg Tingling -- RLS Pain after New Medication -- RLS Correlation to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) -- RLS and Sleep Attacks -- RLS and Exercise -- RLS and Nonpharmacological Treatments -- RLS or Fibromyalgia? -- RLS and Varicose Veins -- Self-Check: Restless Legs Syndrome Checklist: URGE -- 5.Insomnia -- Primary Insomnia -- Sleep Hygiene -- Stimulus Control -- Cognitive Restructuring -- Symptoms -- Transient Insomnia -- Insomnia with Multiple Causal Factors -- Chronic Insomnia -- Indications -- Why You Suffer from Insomnia -- Do You Have a Vulnerability to Insomnia? -- Insomnia and Women -- Treatment Options -- Good Sleep Hygiene -- Stimulus Control -- Sleep Restriction -- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) -- Cognitive Restructuring -- Online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy -- Release Tension and Relax Before Going to Bed -- Medications --
  • Contents note continued: Preparing for an Appointment with a Sleep Specialist -- Answers to Your Questions -- Sleep Maintenance -- Chronic Insomnia -- Paradoxical Sleep -- Drinking Coffee -- Sleep Deprivation -- Stress and Sleeping -- Smoking -- Husband Denying Insomnia -- I've Tried Everything! -- No Luck with Sleep Aids -- Stop the Caffeine -- Valium -- Singulair -- Self-Check: Insomnia Severity Index -- Scoring and Interpretation -- 6.Circadian Rhythm Disorders -- Circadian Biology and a Normal Circadian Clock -- Blue Light Pollution -- Circadian Rhythm Disorders -- Jet Lag Disorder -- Symptoms Checklist -- Getting Help -- Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome -- Symptoms -- Getting Help -- Advanced Sleep Phase Syndrome -- Free-Running Disorder -- Irregular Sleep-Wake Syndrome -- Shift Work Sleep Disorder -- Answers to Your Questions -- Effect of Light -- Getting Up in the Morning -- Irregular Sleep-Wake Disorder and Alzheimer's -- Use of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Lamp --
  • Contents note continued: Jet Lag -- Shift Work Disorder -- Use of Sleep Aids -- Lack of Sleep Causing Illness? -- Difficulty Staying Awake on the Job -- Trouble Getting to Sleep After Shift -- Medications to Stay Awake -- Staying Alert -- Impact of Age on Staying Awake -- Self-Check: Self-Assessment for Night Owls and Morning Larks: Delayed Sleep-Phase Syndrome versus Advanced Sleep-Phase Disorder -- Scoring -- 7.No Sleeping with Apnea -- Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) -- How the Body Works on OSA -- Sleep Apnea, Hypertension, and Stroke -- This is Your Brain on Sleep Apnea -- Sleep Apnea and Diabetes -- Children and Sleep Apnea -- Symptoms -- Frequent Nighttime Urination -- Sexual Dysfunction -- Treatment Options -- Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) -- Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD) -- Positive Airway Pressure Nap (PAP-NAP) -- Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulator -- Weight Loss -- Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty -- Central Sleep Apnea (CSA) -- Answers to Your Questions --
  • Contents note continued: Difference between CSA and OSA -- Teen's Breathing Pattern Is Apnea? -- Sleep Apnea and Children -- Sleep Apnea and Dementia -- Apnea and Blood Sugar -- CPAP -- Apnea and Epilepsy -- The Difference between CPAP and Adapto Servo Ventilation (ASV) -- What Is Complex Sleep Apnea? -- CSA and Methadone -- CPAP Caused CSA? -- Self-Check: What Is Your Risk of OSA?: Stop Bang Questionnaire -- pt. Three Parasomnias -- 8.Sleepwalking and Night Terrors -- Sleepwalking -- Sleepwalking in Children -- Sleepwalking in Adults -- NightTerrors -- Night Terrors in Children -- Night Terrors in Adults -- Answers to Your Questions -- Lithium and Sleepwalking -- Sleepwalking and Genetics -- Driving in Sleep? -- Adult Sleepwalking? -- 9.Sexsomnia -- Sexsomnia Behaviors -- Causes -- Are There Solutions? -- Importance of Getting Help -- Sexsomnia as a Defense -- Answers to Your Questions -- Medications -- Stress -- 10.The Night Eaters -- The Two Forms of Night Eating --
  • Contents note continued: Sleep-Related Eating Disorder (SRED) -- Treatment Options -- Night Eating Syndrome (NES) -- Symptoms -- Treatment Options -- Distinguishing SRED and NES -- Answers to Your Questions -- Wife Eats Sugar -- Zolpidem -- What Can Be Done? -- I Am Awake When Eating At Night -- Self-Check: Do You Have a Night-Eating Disorder? -- 11.Do You Sleep, but Not Too Deeply? REM Sleep Behavior Disorder -- Symptoms -- Symptom Checklist -- The Importance of Rapid Eye Movement (REM) Sleep -- REM Benefits -- Lack of REM Sleep -- Treatment Options -- Answers to Your Questions -- Fighting for His Life -- Medication for REM Sleep Behavior Disorder (RSBD) -- Acting Out in Dreams -- Screaming and Thrashing -- I Moved to a Different Bedroom -- WatchPAT Device -- REM Sleep Abnormality? -- pt. Four Sleep Disorders and Major Health Issues -- 12.Sleep for Those with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder -- Gina's Story -- What Is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)? -- PTSD Checklist --
  • Contents note continued: Why It's Important to Resolve Sleep Disorders Related to PTSD -- Treating Sleep Apnea Improves PTSD Symptoms -- Insomnia and Short Sleep Duration in PTSD -- Nightmares -- Help for Sleep-Related PTSD Issues -- Answers to Your Questions -- Is Sleep Apnea Common? -- Vietnam Veteran Still Has Nightmares -- Sleep Study Okay? -- How Long Will Vietnam Nightmares Continue? -- Sertraline -- What Works? -- Good Sleep, Bad Moods -- PTSD from Car Accident -- 13.Sleep Disorders and ADHD -- Children, Sleep, and ADHD -- The Most Common Sleep Disorders Associated with ADHD -- Daytime Sleepiness -- More Movement in Sleep: Restless Legs Syndrome -- Sleep-Disordered Breathing, Sleep Apnea, and Hypopnea -- Dr. Rosenberg's Checklist for Preschool and School-Aged Children -- Adolescents and Adults -- Treatment Options -- Answers to Your Questions -- Sleep Apnea and ADHD -- Sleepiness -- Self-Check: Your Child's Sleep Habits -- Conclusion: Sleep Well -- Start Where You Are --
  • Contents note continued: Use What You Have -- Do What You Can -- Appendices -- Better Sleep Quick Reference -- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Checklist
Control code
000052573318
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xxi, 254 pages
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Isbn
9781936303724
Isbn Type
(paperback)
Lccn
2014003148
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Specific material designation
regular print
System control number
(OCoLC)880685276

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