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Non-Medicinal Treatments for Insomnia

Aisha Lofters, MD and Neda Frayha, MD
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Insomnia is a common primary care complaint. Sure, we can all prescribe benzos, but isn’t there something else we can do first? In this segment, our own Aisha Lofters and Neda Frayha discuss the evidence surrounding different non-pharmacological treatment options.

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I do not believe a small dose of a hypnotic in a Nursing Home or for those with insomnia is necessarily contraindicated in all patients at all.
Mitrazapine the Sedating Antidepressant is recommended by some and may be better but when patients awake extra care ought be taken to prevent falls it is quite sedating there is the Benefit Risk Calculation.

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