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A great day starts with a great night's sleep

Talking with your doctor is a great place to start.  Your doctor can diagnose insomnia by asking a few simple questions.  Because insomnia is often tied to other health conditions, such as sleep apnea, your physician may recommend you get a sleep test to more specifically diagnose your problem. 

We all experience problems getting to sleep or staying asleep from time to time.  The clinical definition of insomnia is having difficulty initiating and/or maintaining sleep, or not getting restorative sleep, associated with impairment of daytime functioning, for more than a month.  An estimated 30% of adults have insomnia.  Your doctor can make a diagnosis by asking you a few simple questions.

 

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Oakmont, PA -- Cerêve Inc., a privately-held health care company preparing to launch its FDA-cleared insomnia device, announced today the closing of a $38 million Series B round of financing led by KKR, a leading global investment firm.

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OAKMONT, PA – July 7, 2016 — Cerêve Inc., manufacturer of the Cerêve Sleep System for treating people with insomnia, today announced it has appointed Don Spence to its Board of Directors.

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Oakmont, PA -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted commercial clearance for the CerêveTM Sleep System, a prescription device that reduces latency to Stage 1 and Stage 2 sleep for people with insomnia.

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