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March 2023

Adjunct Interventions to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia
Edited by Joshua Hyong-Jin Cho, MD, PhD

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) has been consistently demonstrated to be an efficacious treatment of insomnia and is widely acknowledged as the first-line treatment for insomnia. However, because CBT-I essentially consists of cognitive restructuring and behavior modification that require patient engagement and their active participation, it has inherent limitations. First, suboptimal adherence to CBT-I components is a known limitation and reduces its impact.

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Sleep Medicine Clinics provides a forum for invited, topical reviews in this rapidly growing field, ideal for any clinician working with patients suffering from sleep disorders. Published quarterly—in March, June, September, and December—each issue provides expert, state-of-the-art reviews on a single topic, making ample use of figures, diagrams, and tables. Subject areas covered include anesthesia and critical care, respiratory medicine, disorders of sleep, causes of sleep disturbance, diagnostic techniques, and the science of sleep.

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