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The Healing Power of Sleep, 2nd Edition

Millions of us struggle with sleep several nights a week, if not every night. In the The Healing Power of Sleep, Dr. O`Brien explains the basics of sleep architecture, the effects of common illnesses on sleep, how our daily habits can help or hinder sleep, and straightforward solutions.
Manufacturer: Biomed Books
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Learning Objectives

  1. Describe the basic components of sleep architecture.
  2. List common sleep disorders and their typical clinical presentation.
  3. Describe lifestyle factors that frequently compromise sleep quality.
  4. Outline the pros and cons of commonly prescribed sleep medications.
  5. Recommend safe and effective measures to restore healthy sleep patterns.
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Instructor M. O'Brien, M.D.
Contact Hours: 5
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