Put your patients to sleep: Useful nondrug strategies for chronic insomnia
Sleep diaries and dispelling dysfunctional beliefs may be as effective as hypnotics.
Sleep hygiene helps patients catch some ZZZs
A patient might only have to stop watching television in bed to get a good night’s sleep.
Curbing nocturnal binges in sleep-related eating disorder
Sleepwalking-like behavior is a frequently undiagnosed cause of patients’ obesity.
Study Shows Strong Link Between RLS, Depression
Restless Legs Underdiagnosed
Diagnosis and Treatment of Restless Legs Found Lacking
Help night shift workers get enough sleep
When sleep apnea mimics psychopathology
Cases That Test Your Skills
Night terrors: a family affair
Sleepwalking and nightmares have troubled Ms. J since childhood. Her “walks” have led to disrupted sleep, a fractured foot, and the threat of...
Out Of The Pipeline
Sodium oxybate: A new way to treat narcolepsy
A legally manufactured drug with an illegal form has been shown to reduce cataplexy episodes by improving nighttime sleep.
When patients can’t sleep: Practical guide to using and choosing hypnotic therapy
Tips to effective workup and treatment of insomnia—whether acute or chronic and associated with almost any psychiatric or medical disorder.