In patients with comorbid insomnia and chronic migraine, a cognitive behavioral treatment of insomnia may effectively reduce headache frequency.
Researchers found that insomnia is a causal factor in the occurrence of psychotic experiences and other mental health problems, and that online cognitive behavioral therapy was effective in reducing symptoms for university students.
Patients with insomnia should be evaluated using standardized tools and treated with nonpharmacological and pharmacological interventions.
Doxepin was not only found to be effective at improving sleep outcomes, but also generally well tolerated in patients with diverse demographic and baseline characteristics.
SHUTi represents "an attractive solution to challenges of scalability."
Insomnia carries more than double the risk of depression, according to a recent meta-analysis.
A Pain-Related Beliefs and Attitudes about Sleep scale assesses attitudes about sleep among individuals with chronic pain.
In states where marijuana is legalized for medicinal purposes, Medicare's prescription drug benefit program has lowered its spending due to reduced prescription drug use.
In patients with chronic pain, cognitive behavioral therapy reduced insomnia and improved pain and depression.
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