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I would look into the field of polysomnography. I personally am a Registered Polysomnagraphic Technician. I was required to do online classes and a two week class. Then had onsite training for about a year before taking my test to register. This field is a lot more interesting than it sounds. You hear the word sleep and your first reaction is almost to yawn. However, you work one on one with patients monitoring their sleeping habits such as sleep staging, EKG, respiratory events, movements and apneas. The field of sleep is rapidly growing and you learn more in depth the causes that the lack of good sleep can have on your long term health.