Teen Health Series: Sleep Information for Teens

Editor: Maharaja, Siva Ganesh
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1478-3
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 3
Book Status: Available
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Sleep Information For Teens, provides facts about sleep and sleep requirements for teens. It explains the biological processes involved in sleep and discusses circadian rhythms, dreaming, sleep hygiene, and sleep disorders, including insomnia, delayed sleep phase syndrome, sleep apnea, narcolepsy, restless legs syndrome, sleep walking, and enuresis (bedwetting).

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part One: Understanding Sleep
  • Chapter 1–Facts And Misperceptions About Sleep
  • Chapter 2–The Biology Of Sleep
  • Chapter 3–Sleep Stages And Circadian Rhythms
  • Chapter 4–Napping
  • Chapter 5–Dreaming And REM Sleep
  • Chapter 6–Sleep And Memory
  • Chapter 7–Sleep And Physical Health
  • Part Two: Sleep Habits
  • Chapter 8–How Much Sleep Do You Need?
  • Chapter 9–The Benefits Of Slumber
  • Chapter 10–Bedding And Sleep Environment
  • Chapter 11–What To Do If You Can't Sleep
  • Chapter 12–Caffeine: What You Should Know
  • Chapter 13–Caffeine And Nicotine And Their Impact Upon Sleep
  • Chapter 14–Inadequate Sleep And Adolescent Substance Use
  • Chapter 15–Sleep And Mental Health
  • Chapter 16–Stress And Sleep
  • Chapter 17–Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Can Lead To Sleep Disturbances
  • Chapter 18–Exercise And Sleep
  • Chapter 19–How To Improve Your Sleep Habits
  • Chapter 20–Sleep Medications
  • Chapter 21–Sleep Medications: Benefits And Risks
  • Part Three: Sleep Disorders And Related Problems
  • Chapter 22–Common Sleep Problems
  • Chapter 23–How To Discuss Sleep-Related Issues With Your Doctor
  • Chapter 24–Insomnia
  • Chapter 25–Fatal Familial Insomnia
  • Chapter 26–Circadian Rhythm Sleep-Wake Disorders
  • Chapter 27–Snoring
  • Chapter 28–Sleep Apnea
  • Chapter 29–Narcolepsy
  • Chapter 30–Idiopathic Hypersomnia And KleineLevin Syndrome
  • Chapter 31 –Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)
  • Chapter 32–Periodic Limb Movement Disorder (PLMD)
  • Chapter 33–Parasomnias
  • Chapter 34–Nightmares
  • Chapter 35–Bladder Control Problems And Bedwetting
  • Chapter 36–Bruxism And Sleep
  • Chapter 37–Night-Time (Nocturnal) Asthma
  • Chapter 38–Nocturia: When The Need To Urinate Interrupts Sleep
  • Chapter 39–Pain And Sleep: An Overview
  • Chapter 40–Alcohol And Sleep
  • Part Four: The Consequences Of Sleep Deprivation
  • Chapter 41 –Sleep Deprivation And Deficiency
  • Chapter 42–Sleep Deprivation And Chronic Diseases
  • Chapter 43–Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) And Sleep Deprivation
  • Chapter 44–Sleep Deprivation And Learning
  • Chapter 45–Teens, Sleep Deprivation, And Depression
  • Chapter 46–Sleep Deprivation Affects Sports Performance
  • Chapter 47–Does Sleep Deprivation Lead To Weight Gain?
  • Chapter 48–Drowsy Driving: A Potentially Deadly Result Of Sleep Deprivation
  • Chapter 49–Ways To Avoid Sleep Deprivation
  • Part Five: Sleep Research And Clinical Trials
  • Chapter 50–Research And Studies About Sleep
  • Chapter 51–Schools Start Too Early
  • Chapter 52–Sleep Duration And Injury-Related Risk Behaviors Among High School Students
  • Chapter 53–New Genes For Body's Internal Clock
  • Chapter 54–Increased Communication Between Key Brain Areas During Sleep
  • Chapter 55–Cognitive Behavioral Treatment For Improving Sleep In Overweight And Obese Youth
  • Chapter 56–The Cognitive And Metabolic Effects Of Sleep Restriction In Adolescents (NFS4)
  • Chapter 57–The Efficacy Of A Depression Intervention For Adolescents With Depression And Sleep Disturbances
  • Chapter 58–Sleep Apnea In Asthmatic Children And Teenagers
  • Chapter 59–Brain Maturation And Sleep (BMS)
  • Chapter 60–Sleep Timing And Insulin Resistance In Adolescents With Obesity
  • Part Six: If You Need More Information
  • Chapter 61 –Resources For Additional Information About Sleep And Sleep Disorders
  • Chapter 62–Suggestions For Further Reading About Sleep And Sleep Disorders