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Management of Treatment-Resistant Insomnia 

Management of Treatment-Resistant Insomnia
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Management of Treatment-Resistant Insomnia
Author(s):

Karl Doghramji

and Charles F. Reynolds

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199739981.003.0014
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date: 20 November 2017

Insomnia is a highly prevalent complaint in the psychiatric setting and commonly persists following the management of its comorbid conditions. Its persistence following management may reflect the existence of comorbid sleep, psychiatric, and medical disorders. This chapter reviews defining characteristics of these conditions and outlines an evidence-based approach for their systematic evaluation and management. It is anticipated that such focused treatment will offer inroads into diminishing insomnia complaints.

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