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|Title:||Efficacy of a theory-based cognitive behavioral technique app-based intervention for patients with insomnia : randomized controlled trial||Authors:||Majd, NR
|Issue Date:||2020||Source:||Journal of medical Internet research, 1 Apr. 2020, v. 22, no. 4, e15841, p. 1-17||Abstract:||Background: Sleep hygiene is important for maintaining good sleep and reducing insomnia. Objective: This study examined the long-term efficacy of a theory-based app (including cognitive behavioral therapy [CBT], theory of planned behavior [TPB], health action process approach [HAPA], and control theory [CT]) on sleep hygiene among insomnia patients.
Methods: The study was a 2-arm single-blind parallel-group randomized controlled trial (RCT). Insomnia patients were randomly assigned to a treatment group that used an app for 6 weeks (ie, CBT for insomnia [CBT-I], n=156) or a control group that received only patient education (PE, n=156) through the app. Outcomes were assessed at baseline and 1 month, 3 months, and 6 months postintervention. Primary outcomes were sleep hygiene, insomnia, and sleep quality. Secondary outcomes included attitudes toward sleep hygiene behavior, perceived behavioral control, behavioral intention, action and coping planning, self-monitoring, behavioral automaticity, and anxiety and depression. Linear mixed models were used to evaluate the magnitude of changes in outcomes between the two groups and across time.
Results: Sleep hygiene was improved in the CBT-I group compared with the PE group (P=.02 at 1 month, P=.04 at 3 months, and P=.02 at 6 months) as were sleep quality and severity of insomnia. Mediation analyses suggested that perceived behavioral control on sleep hygiene as specified by TPB along with self-regulatory processes from HAPA and CT mediated the effect of the intervention on outcomes.
Conclusions: Health care providers might consider using a CBT-I app to improve sleep among insomnia patients.
Cognitive behavioral therapy, insomnia
Theory of planned behavior
|Publisher:||JMIR Publications, Inc.||Journal:||Journal of medical Internet research||ISSN:||1439-4456||EISSN:||1438-8871||DOI:||10.2196/15841||Rights:||©Nilofar Rajabi Majd, Anders Broström, Martin Ulander, Chung-Ying Lin, Mark D Griffiths, Vida Imani, Daniel Kwasi Ahorsu, Maurice M Ohayon, Amir H Pakpour. Originally published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (http://www.jmir.org), 01.04.2020.
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The following publication Rajabi Majd N, Broström A, Ulander M, Lin CY, Griffiths MD, Imani V, Ahorsu DK, Ohayon MM, Pakpour AH. Efficacy of a Theory-Based Cognitive Behavioral Technique App-Based Intervention for Patients With Insomnia: Randomized Controlled Trial. J Med Internet Res 2020;22(4):e15841 is available at https://dx.doi.org/10.2196/15841
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