Looking for a Sleep Doctor?

The American Board of Sleep Medicine (ABSM) has an online directory of “sleep doctors.” You can browse the U.S. directory by name or by state. They also have an international directory.

“The ABSM is an independent organization developed for the purpose of establishing and maintaining standards of individual proficiency in clinical polysomnography”

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7 thoughts on “Looking for a Sleep Doctor?”

  1. Americans would just be a bit befuddled, but certainly not rude, if someone spoke in French to us. Most of us simply do not know your language but wish we did. We would? make every effort to understand and communicate but certainly would not be offended by it. The most common language other than English spoken in the U.S. is Spanish.

  2. 04/04/2010 – 11:56amYa ves Carlos , parece que aquí ser del Madrid es poco menos que un delito.En cuanto a mis faltas , como supongo que habrás podido leer , admito mis muchos errores , cosa que tu no has hecho y es eso lo que nos diferencia , yo solo intento que lo que escribo sea legible , con eso me conformo , no soy tan ambicioso como tu y tu maravillosa inteligencia , de todas formas , si quieres te empiezo a corregir tu maravillosa ortografia.

  3. Love this Angela, you should read the breakthrough Experience by Dr John DeMartini, I was feeling a lot like you and this has answered a lot for me. love is god and god is love…at the end of the day all anyone wants is to be loved.Natalie

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