Fatigue and excessivedaytim ...by
Dr. Rubens D.
Fatigue and excessivedaytimesleepiness should be assessed separately in Parkinson's
Nearly three-quarters of patients with Parkinson's disease experience fatigue or excessivedaytimesleepiness...
preventing her from getting a good night's rest and therefore is leading to excessivesleepiness and daytime...
Daytimesleepiness provides red ...by
Dr. Rubens D.
ExcessiveDaytimeSleepiness is an independent Risk Indicator for Cardiovascular Mortality...
Daytimesleepiness provides red flag for cardiovascular disease
Clinicians should be alert...
What I would love to see written about EDsby
I've seen two publications that have written about progress in two other areas of mental health: OCD and drug addiction. And I hope that this progress is translated into the world of eating disorders.
One is from a publi
New blog series on the biology of EDsby
I have a number of fancy tricks of my sleeve, some of which actually have a chance of coming to fruition. In the meantime, I've been starting work on a new blog series on the biology of EDs. Most people don't get the up-to-
Palliative care for EDs?by
Dr. Sarah Ravin's latest blog post, titled " Palliative care for anorexia nervosa?" really got me thinking. Dr. Ravin's blog post was based around a 2004 journal article by Michael Strober titled " Managing the chronic, treat
Roadblocks to Recovery: "High" Fiveby
So here's a confession that probably won't surprise most people with EDs but most people without EDs will find it baffling: I miss the endorphin highs that come with undereating and overexercising. I miss the psychic lightn
narcissists and EDsby
Dr. Johanna Marie McShane
Kym, there are lots of things that lead to developing an eating disorder, which makes sense because the disorder functions as a major coping strategy.
There has been extensive writing about connections between childhood