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Differential Diagnosis of the Chronic Insomnia Complaint: A Six-Step Decision Process

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FIGURE 60–1. Differential diagnosis decision tree for chronic insomnia.Note. SMSS = sleep state misperception syndrome.
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TABLE 60–2. Medical conditions commonly associated with impaired sleep
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TABLE 60–3. Commonly used drugs with insomnia as a side effect
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TABLE 60–4. Overview of the effects of antidepressants on sleep
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TABLE 60–5. DSM-IV-TR diagnostic criteria for primary insomnia

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