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Sleep Disorders and Aging (cont.)

When to Seek Medical Care

Occasional insomnia is normal. If you have insomnia on a regular basis, you should see your health care provider about it. Nightly insomnia lasting more than a few nights warrants a visit to your health care provider.

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