Insomnia and Behavioral Sleep Medicine

Insomnia and Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program

In the past three decades research has shown that non-drug treatments for insomnia can improve sleep in all age groups.  Non-drug treatment is also available to enhance the medical treatment of sleep apnea, which is often associated with non-restorative sleep and excessive daytime sleepiness.  Millions of Americans experience difficulties sleeping at night or wake up un-refreshed in the morning.  Many continue to suffer because they are unaware that effective treatments exist. 

The Insomnia and Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program at the Stanford Sleep Disorders Clinic is helping people who suffer from insomnia and other sleep disorders. Treatments are available for

The Insomnia and Behavioral Sleep Medicine program is part of the Stanford Sleep Disorders Clinic.  Doctors at the clinic are sleep specialists with additional specialization in other disciplines including: Neurology, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, or Psychology.

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