Sleep problems

Sleep disorders

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The sleep problems subcategory is also known as sleep disorders.

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21 Mar 2016 People with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease may experience other conditions, such as depression, sleep problems, pain or incontinence. Find out more.
For health professionals (Tool / resource)
27 Nov 2015 A decision aid based on the 'STOP' guide, a stepwise protocol for addressing cessation of benzodiazepine therapy with patients and carers.
(Tool / resource)
27 Nov 2015 A decision aid based on the STOP guide, a stepwise protocol for addressing cessation of benzodiazepine therapy with patients and carers.
For health professionals (CPD activity)
27 May 2014 Consider the treatment options for a middle-aged patient with sleeping difficulties.
(Condition)
17 Apr 2013 The number of hours you sleep is different for everyone and can change over time. What matters most is the quality of sleep. Read about insomnia, including alternatives to sleeping pills.
(Consumer publication)
27 Feb 2013 When it comes to sleeping pills, you need to understand the risks, use them safely and know when to avoid them. Read how.
For health professionals (Health professional publication)
23 Jan 2013 The FDA is calling for bedtime doses of the insomnia drug zolpidem to be reduced by 50% in women and that the labelling recommends prescribers also consider these lower doses for men. This follows new data showing that next-morning blood levels of zolpidem may be high enough to impair alertness in some patients.
(Condition)
27 Nov 2012 Information for consumers about sleep, sleep quality and sleep problems – including sleep tips and resources.
(Tool / resource)
27 Nov 2012 This sleep diary helps you track your sleep over 1 – 2 weeks and, with the help of your doctor, find out what may be causing any problems.
(Condition)
27 Nov 2012 A patient information leaflet that can be used by doctors to reinforce verbal instructions given on how to reduce doses of sleeping tablets and sedatives.

Subcategories and conditions of sleep problems