Sleep paralysis historical psychological and medical perspectives is an accessible and authoritative treatise made all the more compelling and comprehensive by the inclusion of historical cultural and philosophical perspectives briefly sleep paralysis is an experience just before falling asleep or just after awakening of being unable to move except for the eyes this paralysis is usually accompanied by fear and may also include hallucinations visual auditory and sensory and . Sleep paralysis historical psychological and medical perspectives offers the first comprehensive examination of sleep paralysis from scientific and cultural perspectives drs brian sharpless and karl doghramji synthesize the many literatures while providing practical guidance for the diagnosis and treatment of sleep paralysis included are medication suggestions and a new psychotherapy manual for mental health professionals the result is a volume that illuminates the cultural medical . Sleep and movement disorders documents the significant progress made in the last decade regarding our understanding of motor control in sleep and the relationship between sleep and movement disorders divided into four major sections it covers sleep related movements and the importance of recognizing sleep related movement disorders for diagnosis differential diagnosis and treatment. Sleep paralysis historical psychological and medical perspectives by brian sharpless phd and karl doghramji md new york oxford university press 2015 304 pp 5500 paperback everything connected with the phenomenonofsleepisextremely obscure and nothing on this sub ject appears to be more extraordi nary than the sudden transition. Research has documented the presence and prevalence of the phenomenon in over 100 cultures 6 sleep paralysis has been explained in various folklores such as in persian brazilian african
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