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caregivers of dementia patients

Can behavioral changes improve sleep in caregivers of dementia patients?

Researchers analyzed combined data from previous studies to identify sleep disturbances in caregivers of dementia patients and determined behavioral interventions that can improve their...
insomnia therapy

CBT: A potential insomnia therapy for fibromyalgia patients

Researchers in the U.S. have recently conducted a study to examine the effects of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) on the brains of patients with fibromyalgia...

In the Pipeline: Combined Behavioural and Drug Therapy for Fibromyalgia

A current clinical trial sponsored by the University of Washington is recruiting eligible patients with fibromyalgia to determine whether a combination drug and behavioural...
light therapy

Does Light Therapy Help Depression and Sleep Quality?

Researchers investigate the effects of light therapy on sleep disturbances and depression in older adults with mild cognitive impairments from dementia. Pathological changes in the...
online cognitive behavioral therapy

The Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Myth

Myth: Cognitive behavioural therapy is only effective when performed in-person by a psychologist Truth: This is false. Although cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is very effective...
depression in COPD

Hello? Telephone-Based Therapy for Anxiety and Depression in COPD Patients

Depression and anxiety are often prevalent in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), but these patients do not often seek traditional therapy. A...
cognitive behavior therapy

Internet Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Overweight Smokers

Patients who received cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) were less likely to gain weight while abstaining from smoking. These findings suggest that CBT can be...
chronic back pain

Interactive Voice Response-Based Therapy for Chronic Back Pain

The Cooperative Pain Education and Self-management (COPES) study was a randomized, non-inferiority trial comparing Interactive Voice Response (IVR)- and in-person Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)...

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