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PTSD Sleep Clinic is the Official Website for Maimonides International Nightmare Treatment Center, providing treatment for PTSD and PTSD Related Sleep Disorders. More...

Barry Krakow, M.D., Sleep Disorders Specialist, Certified by the American Board of Sleep Medicine.

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Behavioral Sleep Clinics | April 2011 | Sleep Review

A New Home for Nightmare Treatment

behavioral-nightmareMilitary personnel returning from wars in Afghanistan and Iraq show increasing rates of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and post-traumatic nightmares. Media coverage of these two vexing mental health conditions is also intensifying and raising public awareness about the need for more effective therapeutic options. With growing attention focused on patients with nightmares, sleep centers have an opportunity to engage these patients. Successfully doing so hinges on applying a standard of care for nightmare assessment and treatment through behavioral sleep medicine specialists.

Read more... [Behavioral Sleep Clinics | April 2011 | Sleep Review]
 
PTSD Sleep Clinic - April 26th, 2011
 
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Patients With Treatment-Resistant Insomnia Taking Nightly Prescription Medications for Sleep: A Retrospective Assessment of Diagnostic and Treatment Variables

The Primary Care Companion to the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry

Barry Krakow, MD; Victor A. Ulibarri, BS; and Edward A. Romero, BS


Background: Some chronic insomnia patients who take nightly prescription medication achieve less than optimal results. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) recommend reevaluation of this type of patient to assess for potential psychiatric or medical causes to explain this “failure for insomnia to remit.”

Read more... [Patients With Treatment-Resistant Insomnia Taking Nightly Prescription Medications for Sleep: A Retrospective Assessment of Diagnostic and Treatment Variables]
 
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