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    • If yes, please describe your role and achievements in your club I have unpredictable and severe epileptic seizures, idiopathic hypersomnia, depression, and anxiety. The unpredictable nature of my epilepsy has caused extreme difficulties in being able to attend classes on campus, work collaboratively with peers and mentors, and to continue my learning beyond the classroom. This has contributed to a significant impact on my learning and engagement in my studies. For the moment, due to my circumstances

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    Hypersomnia The hypersomnia is a sleep disorder that causes the person a strong urge to sleep, the tendency to always stay in bed, or having episodes of sleep during the day, struggling to wake up in the morning, almost every day. It affects about 5 % of the normal population, the most affected age group is between 15 and 30 years. The hypersomnia and the need to sleep that follows is wrongly identified by the person and his family as "oversleeping", and then the listlessness index and laziness

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    Idiopathic Hypersomnia When asked to conduct an exploration paper regarding a specific disorder including treatment, complicated issues, opinions, and reactions, my disorder of choice is Idiopathic Hypersomnia (IH). IH by definition according to MedlinePlus is “a sleep disorder in which a person is excessively sleepy (hypersomnia) during the day and has great difficulty being awakened from sleep. Idiopathic means there is not a clear cause.” The interesting thing about IH is that it is closely related

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    changes in the way you sleep that can negatively affect your health. A sleep disorder can affect not only your health, but your safety as well. There are many different types of sleep disorders but the more common ones are insomnia, parasomnias, hypersomnia, periodic limb movement disorder, restless leg syndrome, sleep apnea, and narcolepsy. Insomnia is a condition that prevents a person from getting restful sleep. It can cause daytime sleepiness and dysfunction. About 70 million Americans suffer

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    behaviors. Upon interview with the client admitted to having ran away previously but did not disclose the reason behind her runaway behaviors. Client also disclosed constant feelings of hopelessness and depressed mood as well as experiencing hypersomnia and loss of appetite. When asked about onset, client responded that she had been feeling like this ever since she can remember. Client described these feelings as having a rain cloud hanging

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    What is dreaming? Dreaming is your brain uses images, emotions, or ideas during sleep. “It’s an experience of imagination that occurs in a number of states of consciousness: not only the sleep states of REM, non-REM, but also as waking dreams and near-death experience.” (Dream Studies Portal) The reason why we dreams is it “may be what allows us to sleep in the first place. “Dreams protect sleep," Solms says. They furnish an ersatz world to keep the brain temporarily occupied in its unyielding quest

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    As I carefully analyze Susan’s case study, I have diagnosed her for having major depression. This is because as I’m reading her case study her sister indicates that Susan is wasting her life by staying locked up in her poorly lit house, isolating herself from the world while experiencing extreme sadness. Susan attended a mental health clinic in South Florida where she is interviewed on how she is feeling. In order for you to have major depression you must betray a depressive mood or loss of interest

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    activities and suicidal tendencies. She has no interest in hobbies, which have been very important to her in the past. Her lack of ambition and her suicidal tendencies are causing great concern for her family members. She is also exhibiting signs of hypersomnia, which will put her in dangerous situations if left untreated. The family has great concern about her leaving the hospital at this time, fearing that she may be a danger to herself. A treatment plan and ethical considerations will be discussed

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    Hi Christin, Thank you for sharing your experience about our forum for this week. For several years that I have been working in a skilled nursing facility (SNF), we have a psychiatrist who comes to our facility once a month and a psychologist who comes twice a week. I always communicate with her if I have some concerns with my patients. I have this patient who has been crying for every time I am treating her with therapy; she easily gets irritated and impulsive whenever I talk to

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    It is important for everyone to get enough sleep, but many people often ignore it. If people do not get enough sleep they may experience sleep deprivation. Sleep deprivation can have negative effects. When people do not get enough sleep or less, they may feel crabby and unable to function as well as they usually do the next day. Balancing work and parenting as a single parent in today’s society is tough. Juggling children, work, taking care of home, and cart the children to extracurricular activities

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