About this book
This guide provides a concise overview of central neuromodulators and psychological therapies, and their use in managing patients with disorders of gut-brain interaction. The text demonstrates how central neuromodulators can help disordered gut function and reviews choices of drugs for different disorders, along with dosages and recommendations on their use. The book also outlines the use of cognitive behavioral therapy and exposure therapy in treating these patients, and presents a tutorial on how internal medicine physicians should approach the use of psychiatric medications.
Written by experts in the field, Using Central Neuromodulators and Psychological Therapies to Manage Patients with Disorders of Gut-Brain Interaction: A Clinical Guide is a valuable resource for clinicians and practitioners on how to treat and manage patients afflicted with disorders of gut-brain interaction.
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