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Mechanisms of Sleep Restriction Therapy in Insomnia (MARTINI): A randomised, controlled evaluation comparing bedtime consistency therapy with sleep restriction therapy

Trial categories: Other

Sponsoring organisation: University of Oxford

Trouble sleeping? Want to improve your sleep?

At the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences of the University of Oxford, we are looking for volunteers, who have sleep problems, to take part in our research. Our aim is to compare two common treatments for insomnia, Sleep Restriction Therapy (SRT) and Bedtime Consistency Therapy (BCT).

The study is suitable for adults aged 25-55 years who have persistent problems getting to sleep and/or staying asleep. The research involves three overnight assessments at home, computerised tasks and monitoring your sleep with an actiwatch.

You will get free access to personal treatment and you will be compensated for your time and effort for taking part.

For further information about the study and whether or not this might be suitable for you, please go to:

Or contact:

Leonie Maurer

Tel: 01865 618656

Postal address:

Leonie Maurer, Sleep & Circadian Neuroscience Institute
Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences
University of Oxford
Sir William Dunn School of Pathology
South Parks Road OX1 3RE, UK

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