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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 (128) clinical trials

Study of Trazodone & Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Treat Insomnia

Participants with chronic insomnia associated with objective short sleep duration will be recruited to participate in a 3 month clinical trial on the efficacy of trazodone versus CBT. The primary outcome measure will be objective sleep duration as measured by both actigraphy and polysomnography. The secondary outcome measure will be ...

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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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Reducing Suicidal Ideation Through Insomnia Treatment

Primary Aim: We will assess the effect of treating insomnia with hypnotic medication on the intensity of suicidal ideation in depressed outpatients with insomnia and suicidal ideation. -Hypothesis 1. Treatment of depressed, insomniac and suicidal outpatients with open-label fluoxetine (FLX) and blinded zolpidem controlled release (ZOL) will reduce suicidal ideation ...


Telemedicine vs. In-person Delivery of Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of Insomnia: a Mixed Methods Analysis

Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) has been the 'gold standard' for the treatment of insomnia. There is a need to increase access to treatment, particularly for patients in more rural locations where providers may be scarce. One solution is to utilize telemedicine which is "the use of electronic communications ...

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Non-inferiority Study of Telemedicine Versus Conventional CBT-I in Recently Hospitalized Patients With Insomnia

Insomnia is a common and distressing medical condition that affects nearly 20% of U.S. adults, and persistent (or chronic) insomnia affects nearly 10-15% of U.S. adults. In a community-based prospective observational study, preliminary data suggests that insomnia is associated with hospitalizations due to cardiovascular, cancer, or any cause over a ...

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Neurophysiologic Correlates of Hypersomnia

The goal of this project is to examine the neurophysiology of hypersomnia during sleep and wakefulness, to identify biomarkers for excessive sleepiness in neuropsychiatric disorders, and pilot acoustical slow wave induction during sleep in patients with hypersomnolence, to determine if this decreases daytime sleepiness in these patients. The primary study ...

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Genetic Characterization of Movement Disorders and Dementias

Objective The objective of this study is to ascertain individuals with a clinical diagnosis of a movement disorder or dementia, their affected and unaffected family members, and unrelated, healthy individuals (to provide control samples); to characterize their phenotypes; and to identify and further characterize genetic contributions to etiology by collecting ...

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Treatments for Insomnia: Mediators Moderators and Quality of Life

As many as one in three older adults may experience insomnia. Older adults are the most frequent users of hypnotic medications. Although safer, use of even the latest "sleeping pills" can lead to cognitive impairment and risk of falls. Thus, it is not surprising that non-pharmacological treatments for insomnia have ...

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia to Address Insomnia Symptoms in People With Multiple Sclerosis

The purpose of this study is to learn if cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) will improve sleep quality, fatigue, and quality of life in individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS) with symptoms of insomnia.

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Effects of Exercise and Acupuncture on Chronic Insomnia

Introduction: Chronic insomnia is a sleep disorder, characterized by difficulty in initiating and/or maintaining sleep, presence of non-restorative sleep, frequent awakenings or difficulty returning to sleep after each awakening, with a frequency of 3 nights/week, for at least 3 months. Pharmacologic therapy is the most commonly method used for its ...

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