Insomnia predicts the onset of depression, commonly co‐presents with depression and often persists following depression remission. However, these conditions can be challenging to treat concurrently using depression‐specific therapies. Cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia may be an appropriate treatment to improve both insomnia and depressive symptoms. We examined the effects of a fully‐automated digital cognitive behavioural therapy intervention for insomnia (Sleepio) on insomnia and de...Expand abstract
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Insomnia as a mediating therapeutic target for depressive symptoms: a sub‐analysis of participant data from two large randomized controlled trials of a digital sleep intervention
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