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    Sleep Testing Protocols for patients taking Sleeping Pills
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    Abebus posted:
    I have seen a professional medical article on the new protocols for patients taking sleeping pills. The protocols stated that patients that take sleeping pills MUST have a sleep test (PSG/HST). Does the community know the journal (Internal Medicine/Family Medicne) where this was just cited.
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    Dr. B.
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    TyleeteB responded:
    I've been given a few different pills, and take now (nothing else worked) Ambien. And while I don't know where the article is from, I've never been given any sort of sleep test. And I have refills on it.
     
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    Alexmus responded:
    I think you should try the program from Dr Stevens , Its work, take a look at [a name="OLE_LINK5"> [a name="OLE_LINK3"> [a name="OLE_LINK2">http://bit.ly/160BmoJ , this is a program from Dr Andrew Stevens , Many people have tried this and this help me to get back my sleep in 2 weeks, They said it's good for baby too , just a little note that you should try at least 3 days for the best result


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