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Multimodal sleep, an innovation for treating chronic insomnia: case report and literature review

Insomnia is defined by difficulties in falling or maintaining sleep despite having the adequate opportunity for sleep and is associated with various adverse complications. Although approximately 19% of adults meet the diagnostic criteria for insomnia, nearly 50% of these patients have chronic insomnia symptoms, the main manifestation being night-time complaints only. Epidemiologic studies have demonstrated that untreated insomnia is financially costly, with associated increased rates ofwork absenteeism, loss of workplace productivity, and work-related and motor vehicle accidents.

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