Eating, sleep, and sexual disorders

Contents

  1. Eating disorders
  2. Anorexia nervosa
  3. Table  14.1 Diagnostic classification of eating  disorders
  4. Physical consequences
  5. Epidemiology
  6. Aetiology
  7. Social factors
  8. Individual psychological causes
  9. Table  14.2 Main physical features of anorexia  nervosa
  10. Causes within the family
  11. Course and prognosis
  12. Assessment
  13. Evidence about treatment effectiveness
  14. Psychotherapy
  15. Medication
  16. Management Starting treatment
  17. Place of treatment
  18. Restoring weight
  19. Bulimia nervosa
  20. Physical consequences
  21. Epidemiology
  22. Onset and development of the  disorder
  23. Aetiology
  24. Course and prognosis
  25. Evidence about treatment effectiveness
  26. Psychotherapy
  27. Medication
  28. Management
  29. Eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS; atypical eating disorders)
  30. Binge eating disorder
  31. Psychogenic vomiting
  32. Sleep disorders
  33. Classification
  34. Epidemiology
  35. Assessment
  36. Table  14.3 Classification of primary sleep disorders in DSM-IV
  37. Assessment of insomnia
  38. Treatment of insomnia
  39. Table  14.4 Treatments for insomnia
  40. Hypersomnia and excessive daytime sleepiness
  41. Narcolepsy
  42. Aetiology
  43. Assessment
  44. Table  14.5 Causes of excessive daytime  sleepiness
  45. Treatment of narcolepsy
  46. Breathing-related sleep disorder
  47. Kleine–Levin syndrome
  48. Circadian-rhythm sleep disorder (sleep–wake schedule disorders)
  49. Parasomnias
  50. Nightmares (dream anxiety disorder)
  51. Night terror disorder
  52. Sleepwalking disorder
  53. Other parasomnias
  54. Disorders of sexual function, preference, and gender identity
  55. Sexual dysfunction
  56. Table  14.6 Classification of sexual and gender identity  disorders
  57. Prevalence  of sexual dysfunction
  58. Table 14.7 Reported frequency of problems related to sexual function among people aged 16–4
  59. Causes of sexual dysfunction
  60. Table  14.8 Medical and surgical conditions commonly associated with sexual  dysfunction
  61. Table  14.9 Some drugs that may impair sexual  function
  62. Table  14.10 Assessment of sexual dysfunction
  63. Table  14.12 Treatments for sexual dysfunction
  64. Types  of sexual dysfunction
  65. Abnormalities of sexual preference  (paraphilias)
  66. Types  of abnormality of sexual preference
  67. Aetiology of abnormalities of sexual  preference
  68. Assessment of abnormalities of sexual  preference
  69. The  management of abnormalities of sexual  preference
  70. Types  of abnormality of preference for the sexual  object
  71. Abnormalities in the preference for the sexual   act
  72. Abnormalities of gender identity Transsexualism
  73. Dual-role transvestism
  74. Gender identity disorders in children

 

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