The insurer sought reconsideration of the Tribunal’s decision that the claimant suffered a catastrophic impairment, and that he was entitled to NEBs. Adjudicator Hines dismissed the reconsideration. She accepted that the Tribunal ought not to have counted 3 percent WPI for medication use because the medication did not have the effect of cancelling out the claimant’s sleep issues, depression or chronic pain. The AMA Guides requires that medication mask an impairment that could not otherwise be rated in order to count 3 percent WPI for medication. Adjudicator Hines rejected the insurer’s arguments regarding 2 percent WPI for sleep disorder, 10 percent WPI for occipital neuralgia, and 29 percent WPI for mental and behavioural disorder. Adjudicator Hines also rejected the insurer’s arguments regarding NEBs, holding that the Tribunal applied the correct test and that the Tribunal provided sufficient reasons to allow the parties to understand why it arrived at its result.