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How Do I Know If I Have Insomnia?

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Being unable to sleep is a terrible feeling. You feel physically exhausted, mentally drained and helpless as you try to get a good night’s sleep. Most people have periods where they have difficulty sleeping, but how do you know if it’s insomnia?

While 30 percent of adults in the U.S. suffer from some form of insomnia during their lives, it can be challenging to know for sure if it is a consistent issue or a bump in the road.

The National Sleep Foundation defines insomnia as a chronic condition if it happens three nights per week for three months or longer.

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Sleep Medicine Discussion at Las Vegas Parker Seminars

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Are your patients not responding well to treatment? This could be due to a lack of quality sleep. It may be time to incorporate CBTI into your practice to get the best results. Listen to Dr. Oexman speak at the 2020 Parker Seminar in Las Vegas about how sleep can impact your patients’ treatment process.

What Are the Benefits of Telemedicine?

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As technology changes, it affects every facet of our lives, including our healthcare. While telemedicine isn’t a new concept, the way we use it today has changed significantly from its inception. In the early 1900s, transmissions of heart rhythms, known as “telecardiograms,” were sent via telephone; now, we can use video conferencing to visit with our doctors and other specialists. Answers from medical professionals are just a click away. The internet and improved personal computing have made telemedicine more viable than ever.

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Sleep Divorce: What Is It & Is It Right For You?

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Sleep is incredibly important to your overall health. Your physical, mental and emotional well-being depends on a good night’s sleep. What if you are unable to get decent rest because of your bed partner’s sleeping tendencies? From snoring to nighttime movement, there are several things a bed partner can do to disrupt sleep. According to a survey, one in three Americans say their partner’s sleep problems negatively impact their quality of sleep.

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