Sleep: an overview
What is sleep?
What is sleep for?
What are dreams?
Sleep as a habit
How much should I sleep?
Sleep at different ages
Sleep in children
Sleep in adolescents
Sleep in adults
Sleep in old age
Respiratory problems during sleep
Why do we snore?
Can snoring be significant?
How is snoring treated?
What makes us suspect sleep apnoea?
How is sleep apnoea diagnosed?
Sleep and teeth Sleep apnoea in bruxism
Sleep apnoea: when and how it is treated?
Does sleep apnoea have treatment and is it effective?
Treatment of sleep apnoea with hygiene and dietary measures
Treatment with continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP)
Treatment of sleep apnoea with mandibular advancement devices (MAD)
Treatment of sleep apnoea with surgery
Sleep apnoea in children
What is insomnia?
Is all insomnia the same?
How and when to treat insomnia
When should I consult a specialist?
Circadian rhythm disorders
What are circadian rhythms?
What are circadian rhythm disorders?
How is it diagnosed?
How are circadian rhythm disorders treated?
Cognitive-behavioural therapy in circadian disorders
Pharmacological therapy for circadian disorders: Melatonin
Light as a therapy
Other sleep pathologies
There are more than 90 sleep pathologies
Idiopathic diurnal hypersomnia
Periodic limb movement and restless legs syndrome
Eating disorders during sleep
Parasomnia related to waking: sleepwalking and night terrors
Parasomnias in the sleep-wake transition: rhythmic movements, somniloquy
Parasonmnias related to REM sleep: nightmares, sleep paralysis, behavioural disorder associated with REM
Other parasomnias: nocturnal enuresis, sexomnia