Presentation on theme: "Sleep Aids By Jobin S. Kalathil. Sleep Orders of Interest: InsomniaInsomnia: is characterized by the inability to fall asleep and/or remain asleep for."— Presentation transcript:
Sleep Orders of Interest: InsomniaInsomnia: is characterized by the inability to fall asleep and/or remain asleep for a reasonable amount of time. Restless legs syndromeRestless legs syndrome (RLS): is characterized by an irresistible urge to move legs while sleeping. Bed wetting: is associated with the involuntary passing of urine while asleep; after the age at which bladder control would normally be anticipated.
General Principles of Treatment: Treatments for sleep disorders can be grouped into three general categories: 1) behavioral/ psychotherapeutic treatments 2) medications 3) other somatic treatments (like surgery)
Insomnia The three types of insomnia are: 1) Transient insomnia 2) Acute Insomnia 3) Chronic Insomnia
Medications: The most commonly used drugs are: FBenzodiazepines http://www.etfrc.com/benzos1.htm Commonly prescribed benzodiazepines include: temazepam, diazepam, lorazepam, flurazepam, nitrazepam and midazolam
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