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  1. 1. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 1 Sleep Disorder and Parkinson’sSleep Disorder and Parkinson’s DiseaseDisease
  2. 2. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 2 Presentation tipsPresentation tips Short phrases that introduce the informationShort phrases that introduce the information Underline key information within the slide bodyUnderline key information within the slide body Include tips for care partnersInclude tips for care partners Keep font size 26 and aboveKeep font size 26 and above UseUse yellowyellow or white font coloror white font color Update the information frequentlyUpdate the information frequently Discouraged:Discouraged: pictures of with detailed notations, wallpictures of with detailed notations, wall of words, complicated phrasesof words, complicated phrases Encouraged:Encouraged: humor, bullet point/lists, stock photos,humor, bullet point/lists, stock photos, simple cartoonssimple cartoons
  3. 3. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 3 Presentation outlinePresentation outline
  4. 4. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 4 Background informationBackground information Should be included:Should be included: •The role of dopamine in sleepThe role of dopamine in sleep •Sleep-wake cycleSleep-wake cycle •Phases of sleep cyclePhases of sleep cycle •Sleep benefitSleep benefit Optional:Optional: •Parkinson’s DiseaseParkinson’s Disease •PD drugs and sleep disordersPD drugs and sleep disorders Be general, do not be too detailed in any topic that un-Be general, do not be too detailed in any topic that un- related to further discussion of the presentationrelated to further discussion of the presentation
  5. 5. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 5 Background infomation- Sleep Cycle (example) Sleep cycle states: • Stages 1, 2 – Light sleep and slow rolling eyes movement – Non perception of outside stimuli (e.g. sound) • Stages 3, 4 – Breathing become more shallow and more rapid – Limbs are paralyzed and the body is harder to wake up • Stage 5 – REM (rapid eye movement) sleep – Dreams occurs during this state
  6. 6. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 6 Common Sleep DisorderCommon Sleep Disorder • Sleep Apnea(s)Sleep Apnea(s) • REM Behavioral Disorder (RBD)REM Behavioral Disorder (RBD) • Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS) • Periodic Leg MovementPeriodic Leg Movement • InsomniaInsomnia • Frequent Nocturnal UrinationFrequent Nocturnal Urination • Sudden Sleep AttackSudden Sleep Attack • Daytime SleepinessDaytime Sleepiness • Sleep-related body painSleep-related body pain Choose 4-5 disorders to focus on. You don’t want to makeChoose 4-5 disorders to focus on. You don’t want to make you audience fall asleep now, do you?you audience fall asleep now, do you?
  7. 7. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 7 Common Sleep DisorderCommon Sleep Disorder
  8. 8. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 8 Common Sleep DisorderCommon Sleep Disorder
  9. 9. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 9 Common Sleep Disorder - Sleep Apean (example) Symptoms: • One or more pauses in breathing or shallow breaths while sleeping – each pause is 10+ seconds – Repeated pauses throughout multiple nights – Often awaken to start breathing again • Often results in loud snoring • 20% of PD patients experience sleep apnea
  10. 10. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 10 Common Sleep Disorder - Sleep Apean (example) Risk factors: • Gender: male • Obesity and/or stroke • Age: 45+ • Smoking • Family history • Alcohol use • Neck circumference: 17 inches (43 centimeters) and larger in male and 15 inches (38 centimeters) or more in female
  11. 11. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 11 Common Sleep Disorder - Sleep Apean (example) Diagnosis: • Clinical method – Physical exam: • enlarged uvula or soft palate • extra or large tissues in mouth, nose, and throat. – Sleep Study and polysomnogram (PSG): When you spend a night in a sleep clinic, PSG will record brain activity, eye movements, heart rate, oxygen level in blood and blood pressure to diagnosis whether you have disorder or not
  12. 12. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 12 Common Sleep Disorder - Sleep Apean (example) Diagnosis: • Self-diagnosis method 1. Do you experience any unintentionally falling asleep during the day? 2. Do you ever wake from sleep with a choking sound or gasping for breath? 3. Has your bed partner noticed that you snore loudly or stop breathing while you sleep? 4. Do you often wake up with a headache? 5. Do you have a neck size of 17 inches or more? 6. Do you have a body mass index (BMI) of 25 or higher? 7. Do you have high blood pressure? 8. Do you have a family member who has sleep apnea?
  13. 13. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 13 Common Sleep Disorder - Sleep Apean (example) Treatment: Positive Airway Pressure Devices: the pressurized air is supplied through a flexible tube from one of several types of machines: CPAP, BiPAP, VPAP, etc.
  14. 14. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 14 Common Sleep Disorder - Sleep Apean (example) Treatment: Oral Appliances: Push the lower jaw forward to open the airway
  15. 15. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 15 Common Sleep Disorder - Sleep Apean (example) For more information about sleep apean treatment: • OSA Treatment by American Sleep Apean Association http://sleepapnea.org/treat/treatment-options.html
  16. 16. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 16 Common Sleep Disorder - REM Behavior Disorder Symptoms: • Movement – kicking, punching, arm flailing or jumping from bed in response to the content of action-filled or violent dreams, • Noises, – talking, laughing, shouting, emotional outcries or even profanity
  17. 17. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 17 Common Sleep Disorder - REM Behavior Disorder Risk factors: • Age: 50+ • Gender: male • Medical history: any sleep disorder with daytime sleepiness • Medication: antidepressants • Alcohol use
  18. 18. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 18 Common Sleep Disorder - REM Behavior Disorder Diagnosis: • Self-diagnosis – Ask your bed partner about your sleep behaviour – Take note and ask your doctor about possible side-effects of your medication – Use digital application to record yourself during sleep-time Image: Sleepbot, an application to track your voice and motion at night
  19. 19. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 19 Common Sleep Disorder - REM Behavior Disorder Diagnosis: • Clinical method: – Physical and neurological exam – PSG – Observation during overnight sleep at sleep clinic
  20. 20. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 20 Common Sleep Disorder - REM Behavior Disorder Treatment: • Protecting yourself and your bed-partner – Padding the floor near the bed – Removing sharp items and breakable items – Placing barriers on the side of the bed – Moving furniture away from the bed – Protecting windows
  21. 21. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 21 Common Sleep Disorder - REM Behavior Disorder Treatment: • Medication: – Melatonin: reduce or eliminate your symptoms • Possible side effect: hard to wake up in the morning – Clonazepam (Klonopin): to reduce symptoms • Possible side effects: daytime sleepiness
  22. 22. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 22 Action! Step-by-stepAction! Step-by-step
  23. 23. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 23 Action! General tipsAction! General tips
  24. 24. ©2014 Davis Phinney Foundation The Victory Summit® 24 Q&A/FAQ/ Activities!Q&A/FAQ/ Activities! • In case no-one has anyIn case no-one has any other questions, bring upother questions, bring up a few FAQ and discussa few FAQ and discuss further with the audiencefurther with the audience about it.about it. • Prepare activities (e.g.Prepare activities (e.g. trivia) about the topictrivia) about the topic • Engage the audience!Engage the audience!

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