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Posted by: Lola | 2009/12/08

sleeping problem

My boyfriend seems to be having a sleeping problem. every time he tries to concentrate he falls asleep, or when he sits down two minutes from then he' s asleep. This happens even if he hasn' t done anything that makes him tired or slept late. Do you think he needs to seek medical help about his problem?

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Yes he does. If his GP does not find any obvious physical reason for this problem, he will need to be referred to a sleep doctor for further investigation.

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Posted by: Sleep expert | 2009/12/09

Yes he does. If his GP does not find any obvious physical reason for this problem, he will need to be referred to a sleep doctor for further investigation.

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Posted by: John | 2009/12/08

not normal, yes see DR

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