Section Self Assessment

25. Management of recent insomnia

A 56-year-old man has a 3 month history of difficulty getting off to sleep and waking several times each night since he suffered work stress which has now resolved. He has no other symptoms. His PHQ9 is 3 out of 27. His weight is normal, collar size 9 and he does not snore or have any abnormal movements.

Which is the SINGLE most appropriate response? Select ONE option only

26. Comorbid and specific and sleep disorders

For the following patient described, select the SINGLE most appropriate diagnosis from the list below

A 66-year-old man with repetitive leg or arm movements every 20-40 seconds lasting 2-3 hours each night and waking him from sleep. Select ONE option only

27. Comorbid and specific and sleep disorders

For the following patient described, select the SINGLE most appropriate diagnosis from the list below

A 45-year-old woman with several weeks of an uncontrollable urge to move her legs at night making it difficult to go to sleep. Select ONE option only

28. Comorbid and specific and sleep disorders

For the following patient described, select the SINGLE most appropriate diagnosis from the list below

A 55-year-old man whose partner complains he snores and stops breathing during sleep. He complains of morning headache and irritability. Select ONE option only

29. Comorbid and specific and sleep disorders

For the following patient described, select the SINGLE most appropriate diagnosis from the list below

A 46-year old woman who wakes early in the morning and is irritable with poor motivation since her mother died 3 months previously. Select ONE option only

30. Comorbid and specific and sleep disorders

For the following patient described, select the SINGLE most appropriate diagnosis from the list below

A 58-year-old man with poor concentration during the day and intermittent confusion which is worse at night when he wakes and sometimes wanders. Select ONE option only