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Health Information > Condition Information > Types > Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders > Treatment
Reviewed on 12/12By Dr. Harrington
John Joseph Harrington, MD, MPH Dept. of Medicine
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Disturbances of the rhythm of our internal clock can often be managed with light therapy to readjust the timing of sleep and wakefulness. People with a delayed sleep-phase should have exposure to light in the early morning. Light exposure in the late evening is used for people with an advanced sleep-phase. A medical eye exam should be performed before light therapy is started.
The Sleep Center at National Jewish Health is the oldest and most comprehensive sleep medicine program in the Denver region.
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