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Sleep apnea

Sleep Disorders

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Sleep Disorders Matt Barnett Insomnia: Insomnia is the inability to get sufficient sleep. Insomnia can also include constant interruption in sleep, like waking up frequently throughout the night. It can be transient (only a few nights), short-term (2-4 weeks), or chronic (most nights for a period of over a month). There are a few treatment options however. Many patients will use sleeping pills to help them fall and stay asleep. Many behavioral techniques can be used to combat insomnia as well, like utilizing relaxation. Because of the causes of insomnia, like anxiety, it may be more beneficial to treat the symptoms than the effects.
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