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Sleep restriction therapy for insomnia is associated with reduced objective total sleep time, increased daytime somnolence, and objectively impaired vigilance: implications for the clinical management of insomnia disorder.

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STUDY OBJECTIVES: To investigate whether sleep restriction therapy (SRT) is associated with reduced objective total sleep time (TST), increased daytime somnolence, and impaired vigilance. DESIGN: Within-subject, noncontrolled treatment investigation. SETTING: Sleep research laboratory. PARTICIPANTS: Sixteen patients [10 female, mean age = 47.1 (10.8) y] with well-defined psychophysiological insomnia (PI), reporting TST ≤ 6 h. INTERVENTIONS: Patients were treated with single-component SRT over...

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10.5665/sleep.3386

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Miller, CB More by this author
Siriwardena, AN More by this author
Macmahon, KM More by this author
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Journal:
Sleep
Volume:
37
Issue:
2
Pages:
229-237
Publication date:
2014-02-05
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EISSN:
1550-9109
ISSN:
0161-8105
URN:
uuid:ee2d6d0f-4e2f-450f-998f-92d45e5a2020
Source identifiers:
447978
Local pid:
pubs:447978

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