National Sleep Disorders Research Plan
 
arrow image Progress Since the 1996 National Sleep Disorders Research Plan

 

Progress Index:
Sleep Deprivation
Sleep Education
Sleep Neurobiology

Circadian Biology
Sleep-Disordered Breathing (SDB)
Pediatrics

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Progress since 1996
Procedure
Research Recommendations
Research Training

Insomnia:

The high prevalence, risk factors, and consequences of insomnia have been increasingly recognized since 1996. Insomnia has been identified as a risk factor for the onset of subsequent depression, anxiety, and substance use disorders. In addition, the efficacy and durability of behavioral therapies for insomnia have been demonstrated in controlled clinical trials.

 
 
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National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (Click Here) National Center on Sleep Disorders Research (Click Here)