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The Resource Lifestyle Medicine : A Manual for Clinical Practice

Lifestyle Medicine : A Manual for Clinical Practice

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Lifestyle Medicine : A Manual for Clinical Practice
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Lifestyle Medicine
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A Manual for Clinical Practice
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Lifestyle Medicine : A Manual for Clinical Practice
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Lifestyle Medicine : A Manual for Clinical Practice
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Contents
  • Foreword -- Preface -- Contents -- Contributors -- Chapter-1 -- Why Lifestyle Medicine? -- Introduction -- The Problem: Chronic Disease -- Driver 1: Epidemiologic Dimensions -- Driver 2: Campaigns and Messaging -- Driver 3: Synthesis That Addresses Chronic Disease Complexity -- Call for Action: A Chronic Disease Care Model -- The Response: A Lifestyle Medicine Care Model -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter-2 -- The Importance of Healthy Living and Defining Lifestyle Medicine -- Introduction -- Rationale for Development of a New Discipline -- Impact of a Healthy Lifestyle on Chronic Disease -- The Rarity of Good Health -- Defining Lifestyle Medicine -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter-3 -- Communication and Behavioral Change Tools: A Primer for Lifestyle Medicine Counseling -- Introduction -- Contextualization of Care -- The Patientâ{u0080}{u0093}Physician Encounter -- Communication -- Structuring the Encounter: Using the Five As -- Shared Decision-Making -- Motivational Interviewing -- Self-Determination -- Stages of Change (SOC) -- Health Belief Model -- Social Cognitive Theory (SCT)/Ecological Models -- Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) -- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter-4 -- Paradigms of Lifestyle Medicine and Wellness -- A Physicianâ{u0080}{u0099}s Description of the Dilemma of the Modern Practice of Medicine -- Preventive Medicine -- Affordable Healthcare Act -- Chapter Purpose Statement -- Natural History of Disease -- Levels of Disease Prevention -- Where Does Lifestyle Medicine Fit Within this Paradigm? -- The Influence of Lifestyle on Gene Expression and Primordial Prevention -- How Much Time Do Physicians Spend on Prevention and Lifestyle Counseling? -- How Much Behavior Change Counseling Is Taught in Medical School? -- What Is the Wellness of Physicians? -- Why Is Physicianâ{u0080}{u0099}s Wellness Important?
  • Models of Wellness -- Team-Based Medicine -- Primary Care Behavioral Health -- Patient-Centered Medical Home -- Connected Health -- Lifestyle Medicine in Practice -- Behavior Change Counseling and Motivational Interviewing -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter-5 -- Composite Risk Scores -- Introduction -- Framingham Risk Score -- Reynolds Risk Score -- ACC/AHA Guidelines for Assessing Cardiovascular Risk (Pooled Cohort Equations) -- Lifetime Cardiovascular Risk -- Residual Cardiovascular Risk -- Metabolic Syndrome -- Edmonton Obesity Staging System -- Cardiometabolic Disease Staging System -- Patient Communication -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter-6 -- Clinical Assessment of Lifestyle and Behavioral Factors During Weight Loss Treatment -- Introduction -- An â{u0080}{u009C}Obesity-Focusedâ{u0080}{u009D} History -- Assessment of Environmental Factors and Eating Habits -- Assessment of Disordered Eating -- Assessment of Physical Activity -- Assessment of Psychiatric Status and History -- Mood Disorders -- Anxiety -- Substance Abuse -- Ongoing Mental Health Treatment -- Assessment of General Psychosocial Functioning -- Motivations and Expectations -- Self-Esteem -- Quality of Life -- Body Image Dissatisfaction -- Interpersonal and Romantic Relationships -- Timing Factors -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter-7 -- Anthropometrics and Body Composition -- Introduction -- Body Composition Methods -- Clinical Implications -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter-8 -- Physical Activity Measures -- Introduction -- Physical Activity Counseling in Primary Care -- Exercise Is Medicine -- Using Pedometers to Encourage Physical Activity in Patients -- Physical Activity Monitors -- Spring-Levered Pedometers -- Piezoelectric Data-Storing Pedometers -- Accelerometers -- SenseWear Armband -- activPAL -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter-9
  • Metabolic Profilesâ{u0080}{u0094}Based on the 2013 Prevention Guidelines -- Introduction -- Metabolic Syndrome -- Biomarkers to Inform ASCVD Clinicianâ{u0080}{u0093}Patient Risk Discussion -- Additional Biomarkers Considered for ASCVD Risk Estimator -- Role of LDL-C, LDL Particles, and Non-HDL-C to Predict ASCVD Risk -- Markers of Risk Versus Fixed Risk Targets -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter-10 -- The Chronic Care Model and the Transformation of Primary Care -- Introduction -- Describing the Chronic Care Model -- Component 1. Community Resources and Policies -- Component 2. Health-Care Organization -- Component 3. Decision Support -- Component 4. Delivery System Design -- Component 5. Clinical Information Systems -- Component 6. Self-Management Support -- Interdependence of the Components -- Evidence Supporting Chronic Care Model Components -- Decision Support -- Delivery System Design -- Clinical Information Systems -- Self-Management Support -- Multiple Chronic Care Model Components -- Implementing the Chronic Care Model in Primary Care -- Building Block 1. Engaged Leadership -- Building Block 2. Data-driven Improvement -- Building Block 3. Empanelment -- Building Block 4. Team-based Care -- Building Block 5. Patientâ{u0080}{u0093}Team Partnership -- Building Block 6. Population Management -- Building Block 7. Continuity of Care -- Building Block 8. Enhanced Access -- Building Block 9. Comprehensiveness and Care Coordination -- Building Block 10. Alternative Encounter Types -- Self-Management Support: The Heart of the Chronic Care Model and the Building Blocks -- Moving Upstream: Implications for Lifestyle Medicine -- References -- Chapter-11 -- Guidelines for Healthy Eating -- Introduction and Historical Perspective -- Diet in the Promotion of Health: US Dietary Guidance -- Other National Dietary Guidelines: Prevention of Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, and Obesity
  • ACC/AHA Diet Recommendations for LDL-C Lowering -- ACC/AHA Diet Recommendations for BP Lowering -- Assessment of Diet Quality and Adherence -- Healthy Eating: Start at the Beginning -- Summary and Conclusions -- References -- Chapter-12 -- A Review of Commercial and Proprietary Weight Loss Programs -- Plan of the Review -- Nonmedical Commercial Weight Loss Programs -- Weight Watchers® -- Jenny Craig® -- Nutrisystem® -- Limitations -- Medically Supervised Proprietary Programs -- Health Management Resources (HMR)® -- OPTIFAST® -- Medifast® -- Limitations -- Remotely Delivered Commercial Weight Loss Programs -- eDiets.com -- VTrim® -- Innergyâ{u0084}{u00A2} -- The Biggest Loser® Club -- Limitations -- Implementation into Practice -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter-13 -- Physical Activity Programs -- Introduction -- Importance of Physical Activity and Exercise for Health -- Physical Activity, Cardiorespiratory Fitness, and Heart Disease -- Physical Activity, Cardiorespiratory Fitness, and Type-2 Diabetes -- Exercise and Physical Activity Programs to Improve Health -- Exercise and Physical Activity Programs to Improve Cardiorespiratory Fitness -- Exercise and Physical Activity Programs to Improve Insulin Resistance and Type-2 Diabetes -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter-14 -- Behavior Modification and Cognitive Therapy -- Introduction -- Current Cognitive Behavior Therapy -- Goal-Setting -- Self-Monitoring -- Stimulus Control -- Cognitive Restructuring -- Stress Management -- Social Support -- Behavioral Contracting -- Relapse Prevention -- Incorporating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in the Office -- Results of Cognitive Behavioral Interventions -- Examples of Long-term Cognitive Behavioral Interventions -- Diabetes Prevention Program -- Look AHEAD -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter-15 -- Treating Tobacco Use in Clinical Practice -- Abbreviations
  • Introduction -- Pharmacological Treatment of Tobacco Dependence -- Cessation Medications: Developing Patient â{u0080}{u009C}Buy-Inâ{u0080}{u009D} -- Cessation Medications: Compliance Concerns -- Evidence-Based Behavioral Counseling Interventions -- Tobacco Users Willing to Quit -- Tobacco Users Currently Unwilling to Quit -- Tobacco Users Who Have Recently Quit -- Adapting Treatment to Special Populations -- Medical Populations -- Mental Health Populations -- Light and Intermittent Smokers -- Current Issues in Tobacco Treatment -- The Potential of e-Cigarettes As a Treatment Strategy -- Alternative Tobacco Products -- The ACA and Tobacco Cessation Treatment -- Conclusion -- Resources -- References -- Chapter-16 -- Alcohol Use and Management -- Alcohol Use and Problems -- Continuum of Harm -- Screening and Intervention -- Recommended Limits -- Brief Intervention -- Ask -- Advise -- Assess -- Assist -- Arrange -- Referral to Treatment -- Pharmacotherapy -- Resources -- References -- Chapter-17 -- Sleep Management -- Introduction -- Basics of Sleep -- Sleep Evaluation -- Sleep Loss, Sleep Disorders, and Disease Risk -- Common Sleep Disorders -- Insufficient Sleep -- Insomnia -- Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) -- Shift Work and Shift Work Disorder -- Sleep Disorder Treatments: Considerations for Lifestyle Medicine -- General Considerations for Good Sleep -- Extending Sleep Duration -- Insomnia Treatment -- OSA Treatment -- Shift Work Treatment -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter-18 -- Integrative Medicine -- Abbreviations -- Terminology in Integrative Medicine -- Holistic Medicine -- Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) -- Integrative Medicine or Integrative Health Care -- The NCCAM Framework with a Focus on Diabetes -- Biologically Based Therapies -- Mindâ{u0080}{u0093}Body Medicine -- Energy Medicine -- Manual Therapy -- Whole Healing Systems -- Economics of CAM Use in the USA
  • Health Policy and Integrative Medicine
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