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Hypnotic discontinuation and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia
This study is researching all of the following topics: Sleep disorder
Location of study visits: Ann Arbor, MI
This study is looking for: male   female  Both men and women
  • Volunteers with specific conditions
  • 18 years to 100 years
The purpose of the study is to use a non-medication therapy for insomnia to help people stop taking their sleeping pill.
124 HEROES have already shown interest in this study. I am interested! Print Study | Contact Study Team
Who can participate?
What is involved? Researchers are investigating different approaches to helping individuals with insomnia stop taking sleep medications while improving sleep safely and effectively. You may qualify if you are currently taking one of the following medications for sleep: zolpidem (Ambien), zaleplon (Sonata), zolpidem ER (Ambien CR), or eszopiclone (Lunesta) 3 or more nights per week, are over 18 years of age, and are willing to be randomized into one of three treatment conditions. There is no monetary compensation for this study.
Compensation None
More about the study

IRB number: HUM00021072
Study posted on: 05/05/2009
Posting will be taken down on: 01/01/2020
Study Team Principal Investigator:  Conroy, Deirdre Ann Department:  Psychiatry
For questions about this study, contact: Jennifer Rachel Goldschmied
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