A New Treatment for Insomnia?

Allan S. Brett, MD


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These results are almost too good to be true — an apparently safe and highly effective treatment for primary insomnia. Additional research to replicate these findings in other populations and to assess longer-term safety and efficacy is essential. But, in the meantime, the intervention might be worth a try in selected patients for whom standard sleep hygiene measures have been unsuccessful.


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