5 Sleep Supplements Every Doctor Needs To Know

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Live classes will take place on: June 4, June 5, and June 12

Choose the date that works best for you. The class is 60-minutes in duration. A recording will be available afterward.

Supplements aren’t a solution for sleep disorders, but they're a very useful tool to have in your clinical toolbox. 

In some cases, they can be transformative for sleep. I’ve seen that in my own outpatient practice

Nearly 1 in 10 adults in the USA take supplements for sleep, but we as physicians and health professionals don’t get much training on how to use them effectively. 

I often see questions in physician Facebook groups about melatonin, magnesium, and other supplements for sleep, so I’ve created this training to answer some of those questions. 

In This Masterclass You'll Learn:



Learn when to use sleep supplements with your patients and pitfalls to look out for


How to choose a good quality brand

Get specific examples of different supplement brands so that you can help your patients navigate the variety of products on the market


Real-life examples

Of patients who have benefitted from sleep supplements when nothing else seemed to work


How to Enhance Your Clinical Practice

And the resources to understand the safe, evidence-based use of sleep supplements in your practice

"Thank you very much for the very informative webinar about supplements and sleep, it was one of the most informative webinars I've ever been to! Really helpful."

- Tatyana Reznik MD, FACP, DipABLM

Most physicians don't get any training on supplements, but our patients are using them.

Whether you're already an expert at prescribing supplements, or you're just getting started, you know that more patients than ever are taking OTC supplements. On top of that, the sleep supplement industry is booming. 


However, we physicians and healthcare professionals aren't taught how to use sleep supplements safely and effectively with patients, or even how to have informed discussions about them about the evidence base.


Join me in this masterclass to get updated on 5 common sleep supplements to support your patients with optimal sleep, enhance your clinical practice, and expand your clinical toolbox.


"64% of Americans use some type of substance occasionally or on a regular basis to help them fall asleep or stay asleep."

American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Sleep Prioritization Survey 2022

This Masterclass is a Must Attend if:


‚úď You're a physician, therapist, or other healthcare practitioner who ever sees patients with sleep issues¬†


‚ústPatients ask you about sleep supplements, but you're not sure how to guide them in an evidence-based way


‚ústYou're¬†frustrated by the lack of options for helping patients with sleep and would love to know what else¬†you can do


‚ústYou're ready to grow your private practice by¬†responding to patients seeking more holistic treatment options

If we haven't met, I'm Nishi Bhopal MD

ABPN Board Certified in Psychiatry & Sleep Medicine


After completing my sleep medicine fellowship at Harvard, I felt there was still so much more to learn about clinical sleep medicine that I hadn't been taught. With over a decade of experience practicing outpatient psychiatry and sleep medicine through an integrative medicine lens, I've found effective ways to help my patients with sleep, whether they're struggling with insomnia, hypersomnia, or issues in between.

Sleep is a pillar of health. Patients who don't experience restorative sleep have a lower quality of life and higher burden of chronic disease, including mental health and medical issues. Since there's a global shortage of sleep specialists, I believe that every clinician needs to know how to treat sleep issues effectively. 

In this live masterclass, I'm sharing high yield tips on 5 supplements to expand your clinical toolbox and help your patients achieve better sleep and overall wellness.

Here's to your sleep education!

Simply choose the time that works best for you...and I'll see you live on Zoom. :) 

Dr. Nishi