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Seeing a physician for help with your sleeping problems? You might want to try complementary medicine as another way to help you get back to restful slumber. Complementary medicine refers to forms of non-invasive therapies that a patient can use alongside conventional Western medicine. Nearly 40 percent of Americans use this approach for specific conditions or overall well-being, says the National Institutes of Health (NIH). … Read More