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Dr. Jean-jacques Rajter, MD

Sleep Medicine Specialist

Dr. Jean-jacques Rajter practices Sleep Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Dr. Rajter studies, diagnoses, and treats sleep disturbances and disorders due to varying factors. Sleep Medicine Physicians are trained to treat many different conditions, including insomnia, narcolepsy, sleep apnea, idiopathic hypersomnia, menstrual-related hypersomnia, and circadian rhythm disturbances, among others.
21 years Experience
Dr. Jean-jacques Rajter, MD
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Accepting new patients

Is there a natural way to treat insomnia?

The short answer to your question is yes. The long answer to it is much more complex. A sleep specialist will need to assess the reason why you are experiencing insomnia. Depending READ MORE
The short answer to your question is yes. The long answer to it is much more complex. A sleep specialist will need to assess the reason why you are experiencing insomnia. Depending on the reason, treatment would be different. There may be a component of sleep apnea, other medical conditions, as well as primary insomnia.

Jean-Jacques Rajter, MD.

Can snoring be associated with a health problem?

Good afternoon, Snoring may be associated with undiagnosed sleep apnea and I would recommend that he be assessed by a sleep specialist in your area. Snoring may also be due READ MORE
Good afternoon,

Snoring may be associated with undiagnosed sleep apnea and I would recommend that he be assessed by a sleep specialist in your area. Snoring may also be due to other factors such as nasal congestion, deviated septum, and other factors unrelated to sleep apnea. Even so, follow up is still advisable.

Jean-Jacques Rajter, MD

Is yoga helpful in treating sleep disorder?

Depending on the underlying issue triggering somebody’s sleep disturbance, a variety of relaxation techniques may be helpful, including yoga. This presumes that more serious problems READ MORE
Depending on the underlying issue triggering somebody’s sleep disturbance, a variety of relaxation techniques may be helpful, including yoga. This presumes that more serious problems have already been ruled out by a sleep specialist. I would recommend you follow up with a sleep specialist to assess your specific issues.

Jean-Jacques Rajter, MD.

Sleep problems and Alzheimer's

My answer does not substitute for a proper medical evaluation. Without addressing the specifics of your mother's medical problems or rendering a medical opinion, the most straightforward READ MORE
My answer does not substitute for a proper medical evaluation. Without
addressing the specifics of your mother's medical problems or rendering a
medical opinion, the most straightforward way to proceed is seek help from
a sleep specialist. People with Alzheimer's do suffer from sleep
disturbances and this would need to be evaluated by a healthcare
professional. This work up would likely include a sleep study. She would
likely benefit from a sleep center based sleep study as opposed to a home
sleep study, based on her Alzheimer's diagnosis.

I don't sleep well, Any help?

The answer to your question is not necessarily as simple as it appears without knowing more about you underlying medical problems. My recommendations would be to follow up with READ MORE
The answer to your question is not necessarily as simple as it appears without knowing more about you underlying medical problems. My recommendations would be to follow up with a local sleep specialist so you can be fully assessed and appropriately treated.