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Research & Reviews  96 results

Olanzapine-Related Somnambulism: A Systematic Review of Literature and a Case Report of...
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Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology; de Filippis R, Guinart D et. al.

Oct 21st, 2021 - Somnambulism, or sleepwalking (SW), is one of the most common forms of arousal parasomnias. It is characterized by different complex motor behaviors leading to unwanted movements in bed or walking during sleep. It can be the consequence of psychol...

Genetic and demographic predisposing factors associated with pediatric sleepwalking in ...
Journal of the Neurological Sciences; Chiba Y, Phillips OR et. al.

Sep 27th, 2021 - Sleepwalking is a parasomnia associated with non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep and is formally diagnosed using polysomnography (PSG). However, PSG are difficult to perform on children or adolescents due to needed compliance. To understand this c...

From burlesque to horror: a century of sleepwalking on the silver screen.
Sleep Medicine; Dalloz MA, Kovarski K et. al.

Aug 4th, 2021 - Long before being described as a disorder, sleepwalking was considered as a mysterious phenomenon inspiring artwork. From the early beginning of cinema, sleepwalkers were shown to populations, playing a crucial role in storytelling and collective ...

Association of Sleepwalking and REM Sleep Behavior Disorder With Parkinson Disease in Men.
JAMA Network Open; Zhang X, Molsberry SA et. al.

Apr 14th, 2021 - Previous studies conducted among patients with Parkinson disease (PD) reported that parasomnias other than rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder (RBD), particularly sleepwalking (SW), are associated with PD severity. However, it remains...

Tapentadol and Sleepwalking: A Case Report.
Journal of Pharmacy Practice; Ko EYJ, Tupper MW

Feb 25th, 2021 - This is a case report of a patient with sleepwalking likely caused by tapentadol ER secondary to higher than the recommended dose for the treatment of pain. This report presents the relevant patient history, laboratory data and literature review o...

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Clinicaltrials.gov  1 results

Pain Sensitivity in NREM Parasomnia (NOCISOMNIE)

Jun 11th, 2018 - Non Rapid Eye Movement (NREM) sleep parasomnias (sleepwalking and sleep terrors) are frequent and disabling sleep disorders characterized by arousal specifically from slow wave sleep (SWS) with dissociated brain activity that may be related to low...

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News  11 results

Midlife Sleep and Dementia; Brain Changes and Coffee; Diabetes Drugs and Parkinson's

Apr 27th, 2021 - People who reported sleeping an average of 6 hours or less when they were 50 or older were 30% more likely to be diagnosed with dementia late in life compared with those who regularly slept 7 hours, a study of nearly 8,000 people showed. (Nature C...

What's New From the NCCN? Survivorship Guidelines!

Dec 5th, 2020 - Lisa Schulmeister, RN, MN, APRN-BC, OCN®, FAAN Editor-in-Chief OncLive Nursing Oncology Nursing Consultant, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Nursing Louisiana State Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, Louisiana Survivorship is ...

FDA Adds Boxed Warning to Insomnia Drugs

Apr 30th, 2019 - The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is adding a boxed warning to certain prescription insomnia medication following reports of injury and death resulting from sleepwalking, sleep driving, and engaging in other activities while not fully awak...

You are an integral part of the epilepsy care team
Tara Haelle

Jan 16th, 2018 - CHICAGO – While neurologists treat children’s seizure conditions, you or an emergency physician usually sees the child first and must determine whether a seizure has occurred and how to proceed. Knowing the characteristics of seizures – and their.

Fast Five Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Sleep Disorders?

Oct 20th, 2016 - Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is efficacious for short-term treatment of insomnia, as are hypnotic medications, but few patients achieve complete remission with any single treatment. No special diet is needed to treat insomnia, but large meal...

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Patient Education  9 results see all →