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Insomnia Clinical Trials

A listing of Insomnia medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Outpatient study designed to test a new investigational medication in adults 50 years and older with insomnia. Compensation is $1450. To qualify, you must be 50 years and older. Length of study: 4-6 weeks Overnight visits: 5 Total number of outpatient visits: 6 For more information,

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A double-blind randomized, placebo-controlled, 30 night polysomnographic study of an investigational medication in adults 18 and older with primary insomnia. To qualify, you must be: 18 years and older Length of study: 6 weeks Overnight visits: 10 Total number of outpatient visits: 1 For more information,

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If you are having trouble staying asleep almost every night, you may qualify for a research study of an investigational sleep medication. If you are 18 years of age or older And not able to sleep through the night 4 or more times a week Please call Commonwealth Clinical Research ...

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The study aims to understand the effectiveness of a six-week course of light exposure on cognitive functioning, mood, activity, and sleep in people that have suffered a mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) or "concussion." The entire study lasts 13 weeks with only 4 visits to Banner UMC and includes six ...

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Researchers at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine are interested in providing programs for women with insomnia Participants will take part in a 6-week internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy intervention designed to improve sleep habits for women ages 45 and up.

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Impact of Hyperarousal on Simple and Complex Cognitive Task Performance Among Insomnia Sufferers

Primary insomnia (PI) sufferers typically complain of such daytime impairments as reduced attention, concentration, memory and global mental acuity. Moreover, epidemiological studies have shown PI contributes to reduced productivity, work and traffic accidents, and serious falls among the elderly. Despite such findings, laboratory-based efforts to corroborate the cognitive complaints of ...

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Temperature Manipulating Gloves for the Treatment of Insomnia

Insomnia affects anywhere from six percent to 33% of the U.S. population depending on the precision of the definition being used. Therefore, represents one of the most prevalent health concerns for Americans. Individuals with insomnia frequently report problems such as (but not limited to) difficulty focusing and concentrating, memory difficulties, ...

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Treatment of Insomnia in Patients With Major Depression

Participants are included from GPs in Aarhus. Initial assessment is carried out through a personal interview with the participants who are screened with Hamilton Depression Rating Scale, MINI (Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview) and instructed to fill out an ISI-form (Insomnia Severity Index (Morin, 1993)), DBAS-16, Dysfunctional Beliefs and Attitudes about ...

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Evaluation of APAP With SensAwake in OSA and Insomnia Patients

Patients with OSA and Insomnia will be enrolled into this randomized study to receive treatment with APAP with and without SensAwake. Baseline data will be collected for one week prior to CPAP initiation, followed by two treatment periods on each study arm of four weeks each.

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