• CBT, sleep restriction therapy, ‘superior' for menopause-related insomnia

    14 days ago - By Healio

    Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia and sleep restriction therapy more effectively treated menopause-related insomnia disorder when compared to sleep hygiene education, according to findings recently published in Sleep.
    Research involving cognitive-behavioral interventions for menopause-related insomnia is scarce, according to Christoper L. Drake, PhD, bioscientific staff investigator at the Thomas Roth Sleep Disorders and Research Center in Detroit and colleagues.
    “Most treatment options to improve sleep in menopause involve pharmacotherapy, but have produced mixed or weak results,”
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