“Sleep Deprived in Seattle” in Seattle magazine

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4 thoughts on ““Sleep Deprived in Seattle” in Seattle magazine

  1. Calin Coroban

    Despite the therapeutic effectiveness and proven success of CBT, treatment availability is significantly limited by a lack of trained clinicians, poor geographical distribution of knowledgeable professionals, and expense.

  2. Calin Coroban

    Many insomniacs rely on sleeping tablets and other sedatives to get rest, with research showing that medications are prescribed to over 95% of insomniac cases.Certain classes of sedatives such as benzodiazepines and newer nonbenzodiazepine drugs can also cause physical dependence, which manifests in withdrawal symptoms if the drug is not carefully tapered down. The benzodiazepine and nonbenzodiazepine hypnotic medications also have a number of side-effects such as day time fatigue, motor vehicle crashes, cognitive impairments and falls and fractures. Elderly people are more sensitive to these side-effects. The non-benzodiazepines zolpidem and zaleplon have not adequately demonstrated effectiveness in sleep maintenance. Some benzodiazepines have demonstrated effectiveness in sleep maintenance in the short term but in the longer term are associated with tolerance and dependence. Drugs that may prove more effective and safer than existing drugs for insomnia are in development.

  3. Hamish

    I’ve been having trouble sleeping and it’s linked to depression from an illness I’ve had. Sometimes I’m sleeping to much and other times I’m sleeping to little. Even when I do sleep, it’s not good, deep sleep. THanks for the points you made. I’ll be sure to take them on board.


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