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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.


Found (114) clinical trials

Sleeping for Two: RCT of CBT-Insomnia in Pregnancy

The primary aim of the current project is to evaluate the impact of a 6-week in-person CBT-I, versus online CBT-I, versus a wait-list in reducing symptoms of insomnia (assessed subjectively by self-report and objectively with actigraphy) experienced in pregnancy. The investigators hypothesize that participants who receive a 6-week program of ...

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Effects of Group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy on Comorbid Insomnia and Depression in Youth

Major depressive disorder (MDD) is among the most common psychiatric disorders among adolescents, and is associated with considerable psychosocial and functional impairments and an elevated risk of suicidal behaviour and completed suicide. Meanwhile, sleep disturbance, particularly insomnia, is among the most prevalent and prominent presenting complaints in adolescents with depression. ...

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New Clinical Applications for Internet-based Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Insomnia and Depression

This study includes two sub-trials. Both are included in this singe registration since they have parallel inclusion of participants and have been approved by the Swedish ethics board together in one application. Trial 1 includes patients with both insomnia and major or minor depression. Participants are randomized to either a ...

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A Sleep-Oriented Intervention for Suicidal Behaviors

An open-label trial to investigate the use of a behavioral insomnia treatment for suicidal ideation.

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Implementation of Brief Insomnia Treatments - Clinical Trial

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBTI) is the evidence-based first line treatment for chronic insomnia. Randomized controlled trials and meta-analyses have established that CBTI is efficacious and effective. Despite the strong evidence for CBTI, chronic insomnia remains under-treated among Veterans because of several barriers that limit access to behavioral treatments. ...

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Ramelteon for Complex Insomnia in Veterans With PTSD

Despite the overall improvement in PTSD symptomatology with CPAP therapy, adherence to CPAP is far worse in Veterans with PTSD (41%) compared to the general population with OSA (70%). Among the factors associated with CPAP non-adherence is the coexistence of insomnia. Complex insomnia defined as the coexistence of comorbid insomnia ...


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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Improving Sleep Using Mentored Behavioral and Environmental Restructuring

This is a study to test the effects of improved sleep quality on downstream functional/psychosocial outcomes.

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The Study of Combination Use of Melatonin Receptor Agonist for Dose Reduction or Interruptions of Benzodiazepine (BZD) and Non-BZD Hypnotics on Chronic Insomnia

The hypnotic 'Ramelteon' does not have effect on Gamma Aminobutyric Acid (GABA-A) receptor that relates to the formation of addiction to the BZD or non-BZD hypnotics. Some results of clinical trials has been reported that the dose reduction or interruption of (non-)BZD hypnotics was achieved on combination use of Ramelteon ...


The Effectiveness of Online Treatment for Insomnia in Cancer Survivors

Insomnia is a common adverse effect of cancer and its treatment. More than 25% of cancer survivors meet diagnostic criteria, a rate at least two times higher than that of the general population. Despite the pervasiveness of the problem, insomnia is underdiagnosed and undertreated in cancer survivors, resulting in significant ...

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