Evaluating the Feasibility and Efficacy of A Novel CBTi/SMT Treatment Protocol for Cardiac Rehab Patients: A Non-Randomized Pilot Trial
CONCLUSION: This pilot trial provided preliminary evidence for the feasibility and efficacy of targeting sleep improvement with a combined CBTi/SMT protocol. This provides the groundwork for future RCTs to establish the effectiveness of targeting insomnia in a range of medical populations.PMID:34672904 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1993227 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - October 21, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Pouria Saffaran Paul Oh Jaan Reitav Source Type: research

Nighttime Waking to Smoke, Stress, and Nicotine Addiction
CONCLUSIONS: Waking at night to smoke is likely the result of both nicotine dependence and psychological distress. Given that cotinine levels were not associated with waking at night, the mechanisms of how nicotine dependence may affect waking at night need further investigation.PMID:34666564 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1992408 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - October 20, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Steven A Branstetter Nicolle M Krebs Joshua E Muscat Source Type: research

Nighttime Waking to Smoke, Stress, and Nicotine Addiction
CONCLUSIONS: Waking at night to smoke is likely the result of both nicotine dependence and psychological distress. Given that cotinine levels were not associated with waking at night, the mechanisms of how nicotine dependence may affect waking at night need further investigation.PMID:34666564 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1992408 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - October 20, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Steven A Branstetter Nicolle M Krebs Joshua E Muscat Source Type: research

Nighttime Waking to Smoke, Stress, and Nicotine Addiction
CONCLUSIONS: Waking at night to smoke is likely the result of both nicotine dependence and psychological distress. Given that cotinine levels were not associated with waking at night, the mechanisms of how nicotine dependence may affect waking at night need further investigation.PMID:34666564 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1992408 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - October 20, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Steven A Branstetter Nicolle M Krebs Joshua E Muscat Source Type: research

Nighttime Waking to Smoke, Stress, and Nicotine Addiction
CONCLUSIONS: Waking at night to smoke is likely the result of both nicotine dependence and psychological distress. Given that cotinine levels were not associated with waking at night, the mechanisms of how nicotine dependence may affect waking at night need further investigation.PMID:34666564 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1992408 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - October 20, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Steven A Branstetter Nicolle M Krebs Joshua E Muscat Source Type: research

Brief Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia: A Meta-Analysis
Conclusion: Current evidence suggests that BBTI can be considered preliminarily efficacious and can be used for samples of middle-aged and older adults.PMID:34632908 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1982715 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - October 11, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Misol Kwon Jia Wang Gregory Wilding Suzanne S Dickerson Grace E Dean Source Type: research

Brief Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia: A Meta-Analysis
Conclusion: Current evidence suggests that BBTI can be considered preliminarily efficacious and can be used for samples of middle-aged and older adults.PMID:34632908 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1982715 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - October 11, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Misol Kwon Jia Wang Gregory Wilding Suzanne S Dickerson Grace E Dean Source Type: research

Brief Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia: A Meta-Analysis
Conclusion: Current evidence suggests that BBTI can be considered preliminarily efficacious and can be used for samples of middle-aged and older adults.PMID:34632908 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1982715 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - October 11, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Misol Kwon Jia Wang Gregory Wilding Suzanne S Dickerson Grace E Dean Source Type: research

Brief Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia: A Meta-Analysis
Conclusion: Current evidence suggests that BBTI can be considered preliminarily efficacious and can be used for samples of middle-aged and older adults.PMID:34632908 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1982715 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - October 11, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Misol Kwon Jia Wang Gregory Wilding Suzanne S Dickerson Grace E Dean Source Type: research

Brief Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia: A Meta-Analysis
Conclusion: Current evidence suggests that BBTI can be considered preliminarily efficacious and can be used for samples of middle-aged and older adults.PMID:34632908 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1982715 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - October 11, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Misol Kwon Jia Wang Gregory Wilding Suzanne S Dickerson Grace E Dean Source Type: research

Brief Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia: A Meta-Analysis
Conclusion: Current evidence suggests that BBTI can be considered preliminarily efficacious and can be used for samples of middle-aged and older adults.PMID:34632908 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1982715 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - October 11, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Misol Kwon Jia Wang Gregory Wilding Suzanne S Dickerson Grace E Dean Source Type: research

Brief Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia: A Meta-Analysis
Conclusion: Current evidence suggests that BBTI can be considered preliminarily efficacious and can be used for samples of middle-aged and older adults.PMID:34632908 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1982715 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - October 11, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Misol Kwon Jia Wang Gregory Wilding Suzanne S Dickerson Grace E Dean Source Type: research

Developing OurSleepKit: A Couple-focused mHealth Tool to Support Adherence to Positive Airway Pressure Treatment
CONCLUSIONS: Going beyond the traditional and prevailing view of PAP use as an individual phenomenon, OurSleepKit is a novel mHealth intervention engaging both the patient and partner holding great promise to promote PAP adherence.PMID:34591739 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1984239 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 30, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Lichuan Ye Michael Arnold Mages Holly B Jimison Sanjay R Patel Source Type: research

Developing OurSleepKit: A Couple-focused mHealth Tool to Support Adherence to Positive Airway Pressure Treatment
CONCLUSIONS: Going beyond the traditional and prevailing view of PAP use as an individual phenomenon, OurSleepKit is a novel mHealth intervention engaging both the patient and partner holding great promise to promote PAP adherence.PMID:34591739 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1984239 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 30, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Lichuan Ye Michael Arnold Mages Holly B Jimison Sanjay R Patel Source Type: research

Developing OurSleepKit: A Couple-focused mHealth Tool to Support Adherence to Positive Airway Pressure Treatment
CONCLUSIONS: Going beyond the traditional and prevailing view of PAP use as an individual phenomenon, OurSleepKit is a novel mHealth intervention engaging both the patient and partner holding great promise to promote PAP adherence.PMID:34591739 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1984239 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 30, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Lichuan Ye Michael Arnold Mages Holly B Jimison Sanjay R Patel Source Type: research

Developing OurSleepKit: A Couple-focused mHealth Tool to Support Adherence to Positive Airway Pressure Treatment
CONCLUSIONS: Going beyond the traditional and prevailing view of PAP use as an individual phenomenon, OurSleepKit is a novel mHealth intervention engaging both the patient and partner holding great promise to promote PAP adherence.PMID:34591739 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1984239 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 30, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Lichuan Ye Michael Arnold Mages Holly B Jimison Sanjay R Patel Source Type: research

Developing OurSleepKit: A Couple-focused mHealth Tool to Support Adherence to Positive Airway Pressure Treatment
CONCLUSIONS: Going beyond the traditional and prevailing view of PAP use as an individual phenomenon, OurSleepKit is a novel mHealth intervention engaging both the patient and partner holding great promise to promote PAP adherence.PMID:34591739 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1984239 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 30, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Lichuan Ye Michael Arnold Mages Holly B Jimison Sanjay R Patel Source Type: research

Developing OurSleepKit: A Couple-focused mHealth Tool to Support Adherence to Positive Airway Pressure Treatment
CONCLUSIONS: Going beyond the traditional and prevailing view of PAP use as an individual phenomenon, OurSleepKit is a novel mHealth intervention engaging both the patient and partner holding great promise to promote PAP adherence.PMID:34591739 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1984239 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 30, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Lichuan Ye Michael Arnold Mages Holly B Jimison Sanjay R Patel Source Type: research

Developing OurSleepKit: A Couple-focused mHealth Tool to Support Adherence to Positive Airway Pressure Treatment
CONCLUSIONS: Going beyond the traditional and prevailing view of PAP use as an individual phenomenon, OurSleepKit is a novel mHealth intervention engaging both the patient and partner holding great promise to promote PAP adherence.PMID:34591739 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1984239 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 30, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Lichuan Ye Michael Arnold Mages Holly B Jimison Sanjay R Patel Source Type: research

Developing OurSleepKit: A Couple-focused mHealth Tool to Support Adherence to Positive Airway Pressure Treatment
CONCLUSIONS: Going beyond the traditional and prevailing view of PAP use as an individual phenomenon, OurSleepKit is a novel mHealth intervention engaging both the patient and partner holding great promise to promote PAP adherence.PMID:34591739 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1984239 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 30, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Lichuan Ye Michael Arnold Mages Holly B Jimison Sanjay R Patel Source Type: research

Developing OurSleepKit: A Couple-focused mHealth Tool to Support Adherence to Positive Airway Pressure Treatment
CONCLUSIONS: Going beyond the traditional and prevailing view of PAP use as an individual phenomenon, OurSleepKit is a novel mHealth intervention engaging both the patient and partner holding great promise to promote PAP adherence.PMID:34591739 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1984239 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 30, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Lichuan Ye Michael Arnold Mages Holly B Jimison Sanjay R Patel Source Type: research

Sleep Habits of Early School-Aged Children with Type 1 Diabetes and Their Parents: Family Characteristics and Diabetes Management
CONCLUSIONS: Sleep duration and quality is a modifiable target for potentially improving glycemic levels and parental distress in early school-aged children with T1D.PMID:34559603 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1977305 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 24, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Troy Morrow Shivani H Bhatia Angelee M Parmar Logan Baker Fayo Abadula Dylan Williamson Arjun Choudhary Sarah S Jaser Source Type: research

Sleep Habits of Early School-Aged Children with Type 1 Diabetes and Their Parents: Family Characteristics and Diabetes Management
CONCLUSIONS: Sleep duration and quality is a modifiable target for potentially improving glycemic levels and parental distress in early school-aged children with T1D.PMID:34559603 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1977305 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 24, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Troy Morrow Shivani H Bhatia Angelee M Parmar Logan Baker Fayo Abadula Dylan Williamson Arjun Choudhary Sarah S Jaser Source Type: research

Sleep Habits of Early School-Aged Children with Type 1 Diabetes and Their Parents: Family Characteristics and Diabetes Management
CONCLUSIONS: Sleep duration and quality is a modifiable target for potentially improving glycemic levels and parental distress in early school-aged children with T1D.PMID:34559603 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1977305 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 24, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Troy Morrow Shivani H Bhatia Angelee M Parmar Logan Baker Fayo Abadula Dylan Williamson Arjun Choudhary Sarah S Jaser Source Type: research

Sleep Habits of Early School-Aged Children with Type 1 Diabetes and Their Parents: Family Characteristics and Diabetes Management
CONCLUSIONS: Sleep duration and quality is a modifiable target for potentially improving glycemic levels and parental distress in early school-aged children with T1D.PMID:34559603 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1977305 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 24, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Troy Morrow Shivani H Bhatia Angelee M Parmar Logan Baker Fayo Abadula Dylan Williamson Arjun Choudhary Sarah S Jaser Source Type: research

Sleep Habits of Early School-Aged Children with Type 1 Diabetes and Their Parents: Family Characteristics and Diabetes Management
CONCLUSIONS: Sleep duration and quality is a modifiable target for potentially improving glycemic levels and parental distress in early school-aged children with T1D.PMID:34559603 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1977305 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 24, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Troy Morrow Shivani H Bhatia Angelee M Parmar Logan Baker Fayo Abadula Dylan Williamson Arjun Choudhary Sarah S Jaser Source Type: research

Developing a Psychological Intervention for Decreasing Bedtime Procrastination: The BED-PRO Study
CONCLUSION: This study verified the feasibility and acceptability of the BED-PRO intervention and the potential for being the first intervention to target bedtime procrastination. Considering the research about negative implications of BP, we expect that this intervention could be a step forward in considering BP as a serious health behavior.PMID:34524942 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1979004 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 15, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Sooyeon Suh Nayoung Cho Sonhye Jeoung Hyeyoung An Source Type: research

Developing a Psychological Intervention for Decreasing Bedtime Procrastination: The BED-PRO Study
CONCLUSION: This study verified the feasibility and acceptability of the BED-PRO intervention and the potential for being the first intervention to target bedtime procrastination. Considering the research about negative implications of BP, we expect that this intervention could be a step forward in considering BP as a serious health behavior.PMID:34524942 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1979004 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 15, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Sooyeon Suh Nayoung Cho Sonhye Jeoung Hyeyoung An Source Type: research

Developing a Psychological Intervention for Decreasing Bedtime Procrastination: The BED-PRO Study
CONCLUSION: This study verified the feasibility and acceptability of the BED-PRO intervention and the potential for being the first intervention to target bedtime procrastination. Considering the research about negative implications of BP, we expect that this intervention could be a step forward in considering BP as a serious health behavior.PMID:34524942 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1979004 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 15, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Sooyeon Suh Nayoung Cho Sonhye Jeoung Hyeyoung An Source Type: research

Developing a Psychological Intervention for Decreasing Bedtime Procrastination: The BED-PRO Study
CONCLUSION: This study verified the feasibility and acceptability of the BED-PRO intervention and the potential for being the first intervention to target bedtime procrastination. Considering the research about negative implications of BP, we expect that this intervention could be a step forward in considering BP as a serious health behavior.PMID:34524942 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1979004 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 15, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Sooyeon Suh Nayoung Cho Sonhye Jeoung Hyeyoung An Source Type: research

Developing a Psychological Intervention for Decreasing Bedtime Procrastination: The BED-PRO Study
CONCLUSION: This study verified the feasibility and acceptability of the BED-PRO intervention and the potential for being the first intervention to target bedtime procrastination. Considering the research about negative implications of BP, we expect that this intervention could be a step forward in considering BP as a serious health behavior.PMID:34524942 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1979004 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 15, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Sooyeon Suh Nayoung Cho Sonhye Jeoung Hyeyoung An Source Type: research

Developing a Psychological Intervention for Decreasing Bedtime Procrastination: The BED-PRO Study
CONCLUSION: This study verified the feasibility and acceptability of the BED-PRO intervention and the potential for being the first intervention to target bedtime procrastination. Considering the research about negative implications of BP, we expect that this intervention could be a step forward in considering BP as a serious health behavior.PMID:34524942 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1979004 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 15, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Sooyeon Suh Nayoung Cho Sonhye Jeoung Hyeyoung An Source Type: research

Developing a Psychological Intervention for Decreasing Bedtime Procrastination: The BED-PRO Study
CONCLUSION: This study verified the feasibility and acceptability of the BED-PRO intervention and the potential for being the first intervention to target bedtime procrastination. Considering the research about negative implications of BP, we expect that this intervention could be a step forward in considering BP as a serious health behavior.PMID:34524942 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1979004 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 15, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Sooyeon Suh Nayoung Cho Sonhye Jeoung Hyeyoung An Source Type: research

Australian Consultant Pharmacists' Potential Roles in Sleep Health Care: Exploring a New Avenue for Improving the Management of Insomnia
CONCLUSION: Insomnia/sleep health concerns are growing. Primary health professionals need to scale up their sleep health-care provisions to accommodate for this health demand. Consultant pharmacists are interested/willing to expand their sleep-related practice and provide evidence-based insomnia therapies; however, factors such as education/training, service configuration support, and patient attitudes should be addressed.PMID:34520308 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1975718 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 14, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Mariam M Basheti Minh Tran Keith Wong Christopher Gordon Ronald Grunstein Bandana Saini Source Type: research

Australian Consultant Pharmacists' Potential Roles in Sleep Health Care: Exploring a New Avenue for Improving the Management of Insomnia
CONCLUSION: Insomnia/sleep health concerns are growing. Primary health professionals need to scale up their sleep health-care provisions to accommodate for this health demand. Consultant pharmacists are interested/willing to expand their sleep-related practice and provide evidence-based insomnia therapies; however, factors such as education/training, service configuration support, and patient attitudes should be addressed.PMID:34520308 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1975718 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 14, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Mariam M Basheti Minh Tran Keith Wong Christopher Gordon Ronald Grunstein Bandana Saini Source Type: research

Self-efficacy in Insomnia Symptom Management after Digital CBT-I Mediates Insomnia Severity during the COVID-19 Pandemic
CONCLUSIONS: This study affirms the importance of self-efficacy as a key intervention outcome and potential mechanism by which dCBT-I predicts future sleep and mental health. Future studies that evaluate the role of self-efficacy in treatment effectiveness and resilience can provide additional clues about how to optimize dCBT-I for maximum benefit to public health.PMID:34511016 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1976780 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 13, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Philip Cheng Melynda D Casement David A Kalmbach Andrea Cuamatzi Castelan Christopher L Drake Source Type: research

Self-efficacy in Insomnia Symptom Management after Digital CBT-I Mediates Insomnia Severity during the COVID-19 Pandemic
CONCLUSIONS: This study affirms the importance of self-efficacy as a key intervention outcome and potential mechanism by which dCBT-I predicts future sleep and mental health. Future studies that evaluate the role of self-efficacy in treatment effectiveness and resilience can provide additional clues about how to optimize dCBT-I for maximum benefit to public health.PMID:34511016 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1976780 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 13, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Philip Cheng Melynda D Casement David A Kalmbach Andrea Cuamatzi Castelan Christopher L Drake Source Type: research

Factors Influencing Mothers' Quality of Sleep during Their Infants' NICU Hospitalization
CONCLUSIONS: These results improve our understanding of the factors influencing the quality of sleep of mothers whose premature infant is hospitalized for 2 weeks or more in the NICU. In addition, these results allow the identification of mothers having a higher possibility for sleep disturbance, which enables the implementation of targeted interventions to promote adequate sleep.PMID:34472406 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1971985 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 2, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Val érie Lebel Nancy Feeley Stephanie Robins Robyn Stremler Source Type: research

Factors Influencing Mothers' Quality of Sleep during Their Infants' NICU Hospitalization
CONCLUSIONS: These results improve our understanding of the factors influencing the quality of sleep of mothers whose premature infant is hospitalized for 2 weeks or more in the NICU. In addition, these results allow the identification of mothers having a higher possibility for sleep disturbance, which enables the implementation of targeted interventions to promote adequate sleep.PMID:34472406 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1971985 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 2, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Val érie Lebel Nancy Feeley Stephanie Robins Robyn Stremler Source Type: research

Factors Influencing Mothers' Quality of Sleep during Their Infants' NICU Hospitalization
CONCLUSIONS: These results improve our understanding of the factors influencing the quality of sleep of mothers whose premature infant is hospitalized for 2 weeks or more in the NICU. In addition, these results allow the identification of mothers having a higher possibility for sleep disturbance, which enables the implementation of targeted interventions to promote adequate sleep.PMID:34472406 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1971985 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - September 2, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Val érie Lebel Nancy Feeley Stephanie Robins Robyn Stremler Source Type: research

Associations between Major Health Behaviors and Sleep Problems: Results from the 2015, 2016, 2017 Canadian Community Health Survey
CONCLUSION: There is a high prevalence of sleep problems among Canadians. Potential gender differences in the relationships between health behaviors and sleep problems warrant further research.PMID:34455873 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1968402 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - August 30, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Emily C Nunez Sophia Nunes Aini Khan Saverio Stranges Piotr Wilk Source Type: research

Sleep Characteristics and Socio-Emotional Functioning of Gifted Children
CONCLUSION: Giftedness could be a risk factor for sleep disorders as well as adjustment difficulties. The present results support the importance of addressing sleep in the GC assessment to improve their well-being and eventually limit the negative impacts of sleep difficulties on emotional and behavioral functioning.PMID:34455874 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1971984 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - August 30, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Laurianne Bastien Rachel Th éoret Katia Gagnon Marjolaine Chicoine Roger Godbout Source Type: research

Associations between Major Health Behaviors and Sleep Problems: Results from the 2015, 2016, 2017 Canadian Community Health Survey
CONCLUSION: There is a high prevalence of sleep problems among Canadians. Potential gender differences in the relationships between health behaviors and sleep problems warrant further research.PMID:34455873 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1968402 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - August 30, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Emily C Nunez Sophia Nunes Aini Khan Saverio Stranges Piotr Wilk Source Type: research

Sleep Characteristics and Socio-Emotional Functioning of Gifted Children
CONCLUSION: Giftedness could be a risk factor for sleep disorders as well as adjustment difficulties. The present results support the importance of addressing sleep in the GC assessment to improve their well-being and eventually limit the negative impacts of sleep difficulties on emotional and behavioral functioning.PMID:34455874 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1971984 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - August 30, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Laurianne Bastien Rachel Th éoret Katia Gagnon Marjolaine Chicoine Roger Godbout Source Type: research

The Effectiveness of Digital Insomnia Treatment with Adjunctive Wearable Technology: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial
CONCLUSIONS: This pilot trial found that integration of wearable device with a digital insomnia therapy enhanced user engagement and led to improvements in sleep parameters compared to dBTi alone. These findings suggest that adjunctive wearable technologies may improve digital insomnia therapy effectiveness.PMID:34415819 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1967157 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - August 20, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Melissa Aji Nick Glozier Delwyn J Bartlett Ronald R Grunstein Rafael A Calvo Nathaniel S Marshall David P White Christopher Gordon Source Type: research

The Effectiveness of Digital Insomnia Treatment with Adjunctive Wearable Technology: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial
CONCLUSIONS: This pilot trial found that integration of wearable device with a digital insomnia therapy enhanced user engagement and led to improvements in sleep parameters compared to dBTi alone. These findings suggest that adjunctive wearable technologies may improve digital insomnia therapy effectiveness.PMID:34415819 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1967157 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - August 20, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Melissa Aji Nick Glozier Delwyn J Bartlett Ronald R Grunstein Rafael A Calvo Nathaniel S Marshall David P White Christopher Gordon Source Type: research

The Effectiveness of Digital Insomnia Treatment with Adjunctive Wearable Technology: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial
CONCLUSIONS: This pilot trial found that integration of wearable device with a digital insomnia therapy enhanced user engagement and led to improvements in sleep parameters compared to dBTi alone. These findings suggest that adjunctive wearable technologies may improve digital insomnia therapy effectiveness.PMID:34415819 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1967157 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - August 20, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Melissa Aji Nick Glozier Delwyn J Bartlett Ronald R Grunstein Rafael A Calvo Nathaniel S Marshall David P White Christopher Gordon Source Type: research

The Effectiveness of Digital Insomnia Treatment with Adjunctive Wearable Technology: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial
CONCLUSIONS: This pilot trial found that integration of wearable device with a digital insomnia therapy enhanced user engagement and led to improvements in sleep parameters compared to dBTi alone. These findings suggest that adjunctive wearable technologies may improve digital insomnia therapy effectiveness.PMID:34415819 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1967157 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - August 20, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Melissa Aji Nick Glozier Delwyn J Bartlett Ronald R Grunstein Rafael A Calvo Nathaniel S Marshall David P White Christopher Gordon Source Type: research

The Effectiveness of Digital Insomnia Treatment with Adjunctive Wearable Technology: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial
CONCLUSIONS: This pilot trial found that integration of wearable device with a digital insomnia therapy enhanced user engagement and led to improvements in sleep parameters compared to dBTi alone. These findings suggest that adjunctive wearable technologies may improve digital insomnia therapy effectiveness.PMID:34415819 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1967157 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - August 20, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Melissa Aji Nick Glozier Delwyn J Bartlett Ronald R Grunstein Rafael A Calvo Nathaniel S Marshall David P White Christopher Gordon Source Type: research

The Effectiveness of Digital Insomnia Treatment with Adjunctive Wearable Technology: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial
CONCLUSIONS: This pilot trial found that integration of wearable device with a digital insomnia therapy enhanced user engagement and led to improvements in sleep parameters compared to dBTi alone. These findings suggest that adjunctive wearable technologies may improve digital insomnia therapy effectiveness.PMID:34415819 | DOI:10.1080/15402002.2021.1967157 (Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine)
Source: Behavioral Sleep Medicine - August 20, 2021 Category: Sleep Medicine Authors: Melissa Aji Nick Glozier Delwyn J Bartlett Ronald R Grunstein Rafael A Calvo Nathaniel S Marshall David P White Christopher Gordon Source Type: research