The study found that patients are five times more likely to have dementia with Lewy bodies if they experience a condition known as rapid eye movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder than if they have one of the risk factors now used to make a diagnosis, such as fluctuating cognition or hallucinations.
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BD stands for Behavior Disorder
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This compilation of essays is divided into five parts: The Developmental Psychopathology Approach to Understanding Behavior, Risk Factors for Psychopathology, Externalizing Behavior Disorders, Internalizing Behavior Disorders, and Other Psychological Disorders.
Also discussed are the symptoms, biology, causes, course, and treatment of common childhood disorders, including attentional and disruptive behavior disorders, autism and pervasive developmental disorders, mood, anxiety, and eating disorders, and learning disabilities.
Substantial clinical literature demonstrates that hypnosis effectively reduces anxiety, enhances coping, and has been used successfully to treat behavior disorders, school phobias, and sleep disorders.
MIAMI BEACH -- A patient with REM sleep behavior disorder has about a 50/50 chance for developing Parkinson's disease within 12 years, according to a recently published report.
Sleep related violence, injury, and REM sleep behavior disorder in Parkinson's disease.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis first identified the REM sleep behavior disorder in 1986.
Another concern, he added, is that a patient with REM sleep behavior disorder could have undiagnosed Parkinson's disease or another neurological disorder.