Teen Health Series: Sleep Health Information for Teens

Editor: Chambers, James
Publication Year: 2022
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-7808-2034-0
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 2
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Sleep Health Information for Teens, Third Edition provides basic consumer information about sleep, the link between sleep and health, various sleep habits and disorders, their symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatments. It also includes information on sleep deprivation and its consequences. The book concludes with a list of resources for additional help and information.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part 1 | Understanding Sleep
  • Chapter 1—The Biology of Sleep
  • Chapter 2—Sleep Stages and Mechanisms
  • Chapter 3—What Makes You Sleep?
  • Chapter 4—The Body Clock and Circadian Rhythm
  • Chapter 5—Genetics of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms
  • Chapter 6—Dreaming and Rapid Eye Movement Sleep
  • Chapter 7—Learning, Memory Consolidation, and Sleep
  • Chapter 8—Sleep: The Brain's Nightly Rinse Cycle
  • Chapter 9—Facts and Misperceptions about Sleep
  • Part 2 | The Link between Sleep and Overall Health
  • Chapter 10—Sleep and Its Importance
  • Chapter 11—COVID-19 and Sleep
  • Chapter 12—Sleep Disorders in Cancer Patients
  • Chapter 13—Impact of Sleep on Cardiovascular Health
  • Chapter 14—Poor Sleep Habits in Adolescence Correlated with Cardiovascular Risk
  • Chapter 15—Sleep and Type 2 Diabetes
  • Chapter 16—Lack of Sleep and Weight Gain
  • Chapter 17—Sleep and Mental Health: A Bidirectional Relationship
  • Chapter 18—Sleep Apnea and High Blood Pressure
  • Chapter 19—Napping, an Important Fatigue Countermeasure
  • Chapter 20—Sleep Problems in Autism and Their Solutions
  • Chapter 21—Exercise and Sleep
  • Chapter 22—The Benefits of Slumber
  • Chapter 23—Bruxism and Sleep
  • Chapter 24—Restless Legs Syndrome
  • Chapter 25—Nocturia: When the Need to Urinate Interrupts Sleep
  • Part 3 | Modern Life and Sleep Issues
  • Chapter 26—What Disrupts Sleep?
  • Chapter 27—Lifestyle Practices That Can Affect Your Sleep
  • Chapter 28—Caffeine, Nicotine, and Sleep Problems
  • Chapter 29—Sleep Abnormalities Associated with Substance Use
  • Chapter 30—Sleep, Sleepiness, and Alcohol Use
  • Chapter 31—Impact of Irregular Work Schedules on Sleep
  • Chapter 32—Disrupted Sleep Patterns When Traveling Across Time Zones
  • Chapter 33—Bedding and Sleep Environment
  • Chapter 34—How Screen Time Influences Sleep–Wake Cycle
  • Chapter 35—Neighborhood Conditions Linked to Adolescent Sleep Health
  • Part 4 | Consequences of Sleep Deprivation
  • Chapter 36—Impact of Sleep Deprivation and Deficiency on Health
  • Chapter 37—How Much Shut-Eye Is Enough?
  • Chapter 38—Insomnia and Nightmares in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  • Chapter 39—Sleep Deprivation and Risky Behaviour: Is There a Link?
  • Chapter 40—Sleep Duration and Injury-Related Risk Behaviors among High School Students
  • Chapter 41—Short Sleep Duration and Health Risks
  • Chapter 42—How Sleep Builds Relational Memory
  • Chapter 43—Sleep Deprivation and Drowsy Driving
  • Chapter 44—Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Sports Performance
  • Chapter 45—Poor Sleep Linked to Increased Risk of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
  • Part 5 | Common Sleep Disorders: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment
  • Chapter 46—Do You Think You Have a Sleep Disorder?
  • Chapter 47—Circadian Rhythm Sleep–Wake Disorders
  • Chapter 48—Insomnia, the Most Common Sleep Disorder
  • Chapter 49—Night Terrors
  • Chapter 50—Idiopathic Hypersomnia and Kleine-Levin Syndrome
  • Chapter 51—Narcolepsy
  • Chapter 52—Sleep Apnea
  • Chapter 53—Night Eating Syndrome
  • Chapter 54—Is Snoring a Sign of Sleep Apnea?
  • Chapter 55—Periodic Limb Movement Disorder
  • Chapter 56—Sleepwalking in Children
  • Chapter 57—Obstructive Sleep-Disordered Breathing
  • Chapter 58—Other Sleep-Related Movement Disorders: Charley Horse, Myoclonus, and Parasomnias
  • Chapter 59—How to Discuss Sleep-Related Issues with Your Doctor
  • Chapter 60—Self-Assessment: Keeping a Sleep Diary
  • Chapter 61—Diagnosing Sleep Disorders
  • Chapter 62—Sleep Education: Role of Parents, School, and Health Professionals
  • Part 6 | If You Need More Information
  • Chapter 63—Mobile Apps for People with Sleep Problems
  • Chapter 64—Resources for Additional Information about Sleep and Sleep Disorders