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A. Shupekai Rinomhota
240 pagesCopyright 2001$67.95, Paperback, Reference
This outstanding resource provides a broad overview of the neurobiological factors that contribute to the development of mental health problems. BIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF MENTAL HEALTH NURSING also strives to clearly identify issues relevant to mental health nursing practice. Includes discussion of the role of homeostasis in maintaining physical and emotional wellbeing; the link between immunology, nutrition, and mental health; the coordinated role of neuro-function and endocrine function in influencing behavior; adaptive and maladaptive responses of the body to stress and stressors; aging process as a continuum of life and its relation to mental health; and restorative function of sleep.
By Shupi Rinomhota, Department of Allied Health Sciences, Leeds College of Health Studies, Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds, UK; and Paul Marshall, Department of Allied Health Sciences, Leeds College of Health Studies, Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds, UK