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Chronic insomnia, hole in nasal septum, using cocaine. Any advice ?

i have chronic insomina now 3 1/2 years i hve a hole in nasal seputm and have been using cocaine now 30 years i had sleep study done results where insomina my insomina started after the perforation to my septum taking 100mg sequeriial and 30mg restiol and only get 4 hours of sleep what can i do or what do u adivise me to do stop using 0ne month now
Asked On : Mon, 16 Apr 2012
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Hi have already have complication of cocaine are having nasal hole which may be causing problem in sleeping for need to visit a ENT specialist and ask for its treatment. As you have mentioned that you stopped cocaine one month back , I m sure you must not be having any physical withdrawal symptoms as such....but must be having psychological symptoms...for that you must join some group therapy session in your near by will help you in relapse prevention....when you will be completely abstinent and your nose problem solved your insomnia will get over ..even after this if your problem will not be solved you may be prescribed medication for that by the psychiatrist.
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