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Follow the poodle? Alternatives to prescription sleep medications

February 10, 2016

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Dr. Quan is a graduate of the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. He did residency training in Internal Medicine at the University of Wisconsin, and fellowships in Critical Care Medicine and Pulmonary Medicine … See Full Bio
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Rosanne Grap
March 6, 2016

Wow! This could be one particular of the most misteriunoes helpful blogs We have ever arrive across on this subject. Actually Wonderful. I’m also an expert in this topic so I can understand your effort.

Joseph Clarke
February 21, 2016

Has CBT been studied in persons who fall asleep quickly but cannot fall asleep after going to urinate later in the night or early morning?

Stuart Quan
February 22, 2016

To my knowledge, CBT has not been studied in this specific group.

Elizabeth Brown Moore
February 15, 2016

I relate falling asleep to yawning. Quite by accident I discovered that when I was awake and not getting into a sleep mode well, if I began to yawn and encourage myself to yawn, it was much easier to fall asleep.
Is there a reason that this seems to work for me?

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