Q&A With Paul Doghramji: Shift Work Disorder and the Future of Sleep Medicine

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For some people their best time to work is when others are usually asleep. For these patients and others with sleep disorders finding the right treatment can be difficult, especially when it comes to medications.

For some people their best time to work is when others are usually asleep. For these patients and others with sleep disorders finding the right treatment can be difficult, especially when it comes to medications.

Paul Doghramji, MD, discussed the growing problem of shift work disorder and what could happen in the future of sleep medicine in an extended interview with MD Magazine.

In order to properly diagnose a sleep disorder it may require a sleep study, something which many patients may not be in favor of before ever stepping foot in the lab. Overcoming those concerns and getting them the help they need is a key component in the job of a doctor.

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