WASHINGTON – Sleep disorders can be treated easily in the primary care setting, although there are times when it’s best to refer to a sleep clinic. Dr. Raman K. Malhotra of the department of neurology at Saint Louis University, shares ways to help determine when a patient is presenting with sleep disorders vs. mood disorders. He also offers tips for patients, who can get the rest they need, once their sleep habits are adjusted. Also discussed in this video, recorded at the meeting held by the Global Academy for Medical Education, is the use of melatonin and iron supplementation to combat restless legs syndrome. Global Academy and this news organization are owned by the same company.

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