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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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Found (131) clinical trials

The Link Between Clinical and Physiological Sleep Data and Health-related Outcomes

The investigators will conduct a population-based cohort study using linked provincial health administrative data (based at ICES) and clinical sleep data from the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Sleep Laboratory. ICES holds an individual-level, longitudinal, coded, linkable and secure and privacy protected health databases on most publicly funded health services for ...

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Efficacy and Safety of Lavender Aromatherapy on Sleep Quality and Metabolic Parameters of Type 2 Diabetic Patients With Insomnia

Considering the high prevalence of sleep disturbance in diabetic patients and the effectiveness of lavender in treatment of sleep disorders in this study the efficacy of Lavender aromatherapy in sleep disorder and metabolic parameters in diabetic patients will be investigated. This study is designed as cross-over double-blind placebo-controlled randomized clinical ...

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The Role of Tapering Pace and Selected Traits on Hypnotic Discontinuation

Treatment-seeking insomnia sufferers most often present in primary care venues where the first and usually only treatment is a prescription for a sedative hypnotic, typically a benzodiazepine (BZD) or newer benzodiazepine receptor agonist (BzRA). For some patients, short-term or intermittent use provides satisfactory insomnia relief. However, more than 65% of ...

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Self-acupressure for Insomnia

Abstract Objectives: To explore the clinical effects of self-acupressure for treating insomnia delivered by a training course. Hypothesis: Subjects who have participated in the self-acupressure training course will have greater improvement in insomnia symptoms and daytime impairment than the sleep hygiene education control group at 4 and 8 weeks. Design ...

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Promoting Health Knowledge Among University Students

Introduction Bridging the know-do gap is one of the most important challenges for public health in this century. It also poses the greatest opportunity for strengthening health systems. Health knowledge, or education, refers to the knowledge and understanding individual have about health-related issues. It is important to understand benefits for ...

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Efficacy of Suvorexant to Treat Insomnia Related to Bipolar Disorder

Participants will be randomized to receive double-blind suvorexant or placebo for one week, after which all participants will receive open treatment with suvorexant for three months.

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Effect of Transcranial Direct-current Stimulation Therapy on Primary Chronic Insomnia Patients

visit 1 to fill in a questionnaire (Clinical Global Impression, CGI; Leeds Sleep Evaluation Questionnaire, LSEQ; Stanford Sleepiness Scale, SSS; Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale, HADS; 36-Item Short Form Survey, SF-36) EEG visit 2-6 tDCS stimulation (monday ~ friday) anodal / cathodal / sham to fill in a questionnaire (CGI, ...

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Insomnia in Older Adults: Impact of Personalized Diet-Induced Alterations in the Microbiota

Insomnia is a chronic mental health condition characterized by difficulty initiating and maintaining sleep with a prevalence of over 50% in Israeli adults ages 65 and above. It is associated with increased risks for chronic illnesses (e.g., cardiovascular disease), poor mental health (e.g., anxiety and depression), functional limitations, and cognitive ...

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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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CompRest - a Comparison Between Sleep Compression and Sleep Restriction for Treating Insomnia

This study includes two consecutive sub-trials. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is treatment of choice for Insomnia. One of the most important treatment Components in CBT for insomnia (CBT-i) is Sleep Restriction (SR), but lately, adverse effects related to SR have been reported. A treatment method with similarities to SR is ...

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