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Insomnia: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World Insomnia category.

Though some documents may have since been updated or revised they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

Publication List

2014-02-24 : Insomnia: Sleeping Disorders and Chronic Pain Conditions : Information relating to chronic pain as a cause of insomnia and why the perception of pain increases when trying to fall asleep.
2011-11-25 : Insomnia Drug Intermezzo Approved by FDA : US FDA approves Intermezzo zolpidem tartrate sublingual tablets for insomnia characterized by night waking followed by difficulty returning to sleep.
2010-07-12 : Cherry Juice May be Natural Cure for Insomnia : Tart cherry juice can be a natural solution for insomnia and red hot Super Fruit aids sleep in older adults.
2009-07-20 : Insomnia Causes Cures and Medication : We take a look into what insomnia is what causes it and tips and medications to help you get to sleep quicker.
2008-12-22 : Natural Home Cures for Insomnia and Sleeplessness : Natural cures for insomnia that will work for anyone who is serious about improving sleep quality and defeating sleeplessness.

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