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been having sleepless depressed nights and feeling sick. any recommendations?

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Dr. Donald Jacobson
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Sounds depressing.: See your family doctor and have physical causes of your symptoms excluded first. You should then see a psychiatrist for a full psychiatric evaluation. If you have a primary sleep disorder then a sleep disorder specialist could be of great assistance. Psychotherapy should also be part of your treatment plan. Practice good sleep hygiene. Counselingservice.Vassar.Edu/docs/sleep%20hygeine%20... Good sleep hygiene.
Answered on Dec 8, 2013

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