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Behavioral Intervention for Insomnia in Older Adults

The purpose of the study was to evaluate and compare the efficacy of single interventions (stimulus control instructions, sleep restriction therapy) and multi-component intervention (stimulus control instructions and sleep restriction therapy) for chronic insomnia in community dwelling older adults. The subjects were randomly assigned to one of four conditions: stimulus control instructions, sleep restriction therapy, multi-component treatment (stimulus control instructions and...

Decision-making After Sleep Restriction

The aim of this project is to investigate whether enhancing sleep intensity locally in the prefrontal cortex (PFC) can counteract a deterioration of cognitive control and therefore the previously described increase in risk seeking during chronic sleep restriction. To this end, a controlled, counter-balanced study, consisting of two weeks of sleep restriction will be performed. During one of the sleep restriction weeks, sleep intensity in the PFC will be non-invasively enhanced ...

"Get up" - The Sleep Study in Oppegard

A randomized, controlled study to examine the effect of group treatment for insomnia (CBT-I) in an outpatient clinic compared with waiting list and treatment-as-usual (sleep-hygiene based educational course)

Insomnia and Cardiovascular Diseases: Influence of Behavioral Treatments and Preferences

Research has shown that persons who have trouble sleeping and experience stress are at risk of developing heart diseases. Two treatments, called stimulus control instructions and sleep efficiency treatment, that do not involve sleeping pills, have been found effective in managing trouble sleeping. This study will be undertaken to find out if the two treatments are effective in improving sleep, and reducing stress and the risk of heart diseases. Persons with trouble sleeping may...

Self Help Program for Hypnotics Withdrawal in Insomniac Patients

Persistent insomnia has a high prevalence in French general population affecting between 15.8 % and 19 % of adults. In France, the disease is mainly managed by general practitioners (GP) who usually proposed intermediate half-life benzodiazepines and Z-drugs in first-line treatment. French Health authorities recommend restricting the consumption of both hypnotics to no more than 4 weeks, considering their potential adverse effects (memory impairment, altered sleep physiology, m...

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 Sleep Compression (SC). SC is not as well studied as SR, but appears to have similar effects to SR but without the adverse effects. The first sub-trial...

Internet-based Treatment for Chronic Insomnia

Study Objectives. Despite effective cognitive behavioral treatments for chronic insomnia, such treatments are underutilized. This study evaluates the impact of a 5-week, online treatment for insomnia. Design This is a randomized controlled trial with online treatment and waiting list control conditions. Participants Participants are adults with chronic insomnia. Setting Participants receive online treatment from their homes. Intervention. Online treatme...

Effects of Chronic Sleep Restriction in Young and Older People

The purpose of this study is to examine the consequences of chronic sleep restriction on nighttime sleep, daytime alertness, performance and memory functions, and metabolic and cardiovascular function, and to determine if the consequences of chronic sleep restriction differ between healthy young and older adults.

The Cognitive and Metabolic Effects of Sleep Restriction in Adolescents

The aim of this study is to examine the neurobehavioural and glucose metabolic responses to two successive cycles of sleep restriction and recovery in adolescents, and to determine the benefits of napping on cognitive performance, alertness, mood and glucose metabolism. Using a split-sleep design, 60 participants, aged 15 to 19 years old, are divided into a nap and a no-nap group. Both groups undergo two cycles of sleep restriction and recovery over a period of 15 days. The no-...

Targeting Sleep in Kids With Autism Spectrum Disorder

Children with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and insomnia, and their parent(s) will undergo 8 sessions of CBT-CI-A (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy designed for Children with chronic Insomnia and ASD). Treatment delivery will be assessed for each session. Treatment receipt will be assessed at the end of session 3. Treatment enactment will be assessed throughout treatment, post-treatment, and follow-up. Sleep and secondary outcomes (child daytime behavior, parent sleep) will be col...

Impact of Sleep Restriction on Performance in Adults

The overall goal of this project is to look at the effects of long-term, sustained sleep restriction (SR) in adults, and assess the effects on mood and cognitive and physical performance.

Sleep Subtypes in Adolescent Depression

The purpose of this study is to compare sleep neurophysiology and behavior in adolescents with MDD with hypersomnia (MDD-HYP) and insomnia (MDD-INS) with healthy controls (HC). In addition, the investigators will test the efficacy of a simple behavioral sleep restriction on mood and sleep in their sample.

Interaction of Chronic Sleep Restriction and Circadian Misalignment on Sleep and Neuro-Cognitive Performance

The primary objectives of the proposed experimental and modeling efforts are to quantify the influences of acute sleep deprivation (short-term homeostatic), chronic sleep restriction (long-term homeostatic), circadian rhythmicity, and their interactions on neurocognitive performance and to develop a new model of sleep homeostasis that can predict the effects of chronic sleep restriction. This model will be based on the underlying neuroanatomy and neurophysiology. This new model...


Chronic Sleep Restriction and Driving

Young subjects and patients with nocturnal respiratory disorders are frequently involved in sleep-related accidents. This study assess the impact of chronic sleep restriction (4 hr of sleep during 5 days) or total sleep deprivation in young or mature healthy subjects or snorers on simulated driving, objective and subjective sleepiness and objective and subjective cognitive performances. The effects of recovery night on these parameters are also assessed.

Impact of Sleep Restriction in Women

The overall goal of this project is to test the hypothesis that long-term, sustained sleep restriction (SR), in women, will lead to increased cardio-metabolic risk. This will be characterized by increases in visceral adiposity, unhealthy lifestyle behaviors (poor dietary quality and low physical activity) and cardio-metabolic risk factors (blood pressure, glucose intolerance) relative to habitual sleep (HS). The investigators expect these changes to be worse in pre- compared to...

Effects of Napping in Sleep-Restricted Adolescents

To examine the neurobehavioural responses to two successive cycles of sleep restriction and recovery in adolescents, and to determine the benefits of napping on cognitive performance, alertness, and mood. 57 participants, aged 15 to 19 years old, were divided into nap and no-nap groups. Both groups underwent two cycles of sleep restriction and recovery over 15 days. The nap group received an afternoon sleep opportunity lasting 1 hour.

Out-patient Wake Therapy, Light Therapy and Sleep Phase Advance for Depression

Depressed patients miss a night of sleep (Wake Night), then sleep at predetermined times ending at their desired sleep time. Beginning the morning following their Wake Night, patients sit in front of a bright light, continuing morning bright light and specified sleep time for six weeks with weekly visits measuring depressive symptoms.

Neuromodulation Therapy Device for the Treatment of Sleep Apnea

We are looking to test a novel device in the treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Rather than using positive pressure to open the airways, we are testing a device that delivers an auditory tone to affect neuromodulation. We will test its efficacy in treating OSA while minimizing sleep disturbance. As this device is much less cumbersome to wear, we hope this therapy device will also improve compliance with treatment.

The Role of the Circadian System in Neurological Sleep-wake Disorders

The aim of this study is to investigate the role of the circadian system in patients with neurologic sleep-wake disorders. Therefore, overnight sleep will be distributed over 30 hours into repetitive sleep-wake cycles (poly-nap protocol), so that sleep episodes occur at different circadian phases. Vigilance, attention, risk behavior as well as sleep onset latency will be observed. Ambulatory accelerometer recordings gain more and more attention in the diagnostic work-up of ...

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia for Gulf War Illness

Sleep disturbance is a common complaint of Veterans with Gulf War Illness (GWI). Because there is clinical evidence that sleep quality influences pain, fatigue, mood, cognition, and daily functioning, this study will investigate whether a type of behavioral sleep treatment called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBTi) can help Gulf War Veterans with GWI. CBTi is a multicomponent treatment where patients learn about sleep and factors affecting sleep as well as how to a...

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia on Sleep in Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Introduction: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic autoimmune inflammatory joint disease that attacks peripheral joints and posterior tissues. More than half of patients with RA also have insomnia, which can modify pain, fatigue, quality of life and comorbidities. Traditional treatment of insomnia is often based on pharmacological drugs, however cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia (CBT-i) have shown effect in insomnia with less side effects. It remains to determ...

Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) in Persons With Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

The current study seeks to evaluate cognitive behavior therapy for insomnia (CBT-I), a non-medication treatment, in recent TBI patients compared to a sleep education control intervention. Patients will participate in CBT-I treatment (or sleep education treatment) weekly for six weeks, and will have a 3-months follow-up visit in order to examine the efficacy and time course of treatment. In addition, participants will complete several self-report questionnaires in order to exami...

Nutrition Intervention to Promote Immune Recovery From Sleep Restriction

Physical and psychological stress on Warfighters during training and operational missions can suppress immune responsiveness. Skin wound models can be used to detect changes in immune function. Investigators have recently demonstrated that relatively modest sleep disruption degrades immune response at the site of the disrupted skin barrier and delays the initial restoration of the skin barrier. Provision of additional protein and a multi-nutrient beverage during and after sleep...

Provider Supported Self-Help Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (Tele-Self CBTI)

Insomnia is one of the most common complaints among service-members and Veterans of recent military conflicts. Insomnia diagnoses increased 19-fold among military service members from 2000 to 2009. Insomnia has been shown to play a causal role in depression, anxiety, suicidality, disability due to a mental health disorder, hypertension, obesity, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, and all-cause mortality, thus serving as an additional risk factor for some of the most common medical c...

Sleep Disruption Induced Impairments in Bone Formation

This is a small intervention study with healthy males aged 20-65 years old who habitually sleep 7-9 hours/night.This study investigates if and how sleep restriction, independent of circadian misalignment (e.g. shift work, jet lag), induces a decrease in the bone formation marker Procollagen I Intact N-Terminal Propeptide (PINP). The specific aim is to evaluate the mechanistic underpinnings for the relationship between sleep restriction and suppression of bone formation. The stu...

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