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Medications for Insomnia: Benefits and Risks
April 30, 2015
How aggressive are you in treating insomnia in your patients, and how do you choose which agent to use?
Why Screen for Obstructive Sleep Apnea?
September 09, 2013
Sleep apnea is one of the most common and most important sleep disorders in psychiatry. Clinicians should understand when and why to screen for this disorder.
Sleep: Why You Should Care
August 21, 2013
My interest in sleep is clinically selfish: Knowing a little about sleep makes me a better psychiatrist.
The Relationship Between Chronic Insomnia, Pain, and Depression
September 07, 2012
Question:"I have noticed that my patients suffering from chronic insomnia, pain, and depression all have similar symptoms. Is this more than a coincidence?"
How the Progressive Nature of Neuropsychiatric Illnesses Bridges the Brain and Body
September 07, 2012
Question:"Could you please comment further on the quote you cited by Dr. Charles Mayo and how the concept of the progressive nature of neuropsychiatric illnesses bridges the brain to the body?"
Sleep and Immune Function
March 10, 2011
Question: "How are sleep and immune function connected?"
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