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    NewHopeR is offline Senior Member
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    Can " treatment program" be substituted with "regime" here?

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    A sleep specialist can design a treatment program for you that treats the underlying sleep disorder and helps you develop better sleep habits and attitudes though cognitive behavioral therapy.

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Re: Can " treatment program" be substituted with "regime" here?

    Yes, it can.

    regime - a systematic or ordered way of doing something.
    (COED)

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