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Treating Insomnia in Addicts

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    From alcohol to nicotine to prescription opioids, most substances of abuse can create sleep disturbances that continue even into abstinence. Untreated sleep disturbance can be a significant relapse trigger. Yet, most FDA-approved hypnotics are controlled substances. How can you break the cycle of insomnia in patients with addictive disease?  Dr. Deirdre Conroy, clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Michigan, joins host Dr. Leslie Lundt to review the treatment options for this population.

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    From alcohol to nicotine to prescription opioids, most substances of abuse can create sleep disturbances that continue even into abstinence. Untreated sleep disturbance can be a significant relapse trigger. Yet, most FDA-approved hypnotics are controlled substances. How can you break the cycle of insomnia in patients with addictive disease?  Dr. Deirdre Conroy, clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of Michigan, joins host Dr. Leslie Lundt to review the treatment options for this population.

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