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how to determine you have a sleeping disorder, or are well on your way to getting one?

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Dr. Pablo Cuevas
34 years experience Prosthodontics
If you are fatigued: If you find that you are constantly fatigued. If being tired is affecting your work, you relationship with other and your outlook on life. If you are nodding of at stop signs and zone out while driving. If you are having a hard time remembering thing and anger easily. If you are irritated or anxious. Have high blood pressure. All these are signs of poor sleep.
Answered on Jun 19, 2013
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Dr. Victor Bonuel
37 years experience Internal Medicine
If u can't concentrate on the exciting final minutes of the NBA games and the closing holes of the US OPEN & u don't know who the winner is!
Jun 19, 2013

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