A Four-Session Sleep Intervention Program Improves Sleep for Older Adult Day Health Care Participants: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial.

@article{Martin2017AFS,
  title={A Four-Session Sleep Intervention Program Improves Sleep for Older Adult Day Health Care Participants: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial.},
  author={Jennifer L. Martin and Yeonsu Song and Jaime M Hughes and Stella Jouldjian and Joseph M Dzierzewski and Constance H. Fung and Juan Carlos Rodriguez Tapia and Michael N. Mitchell and Cathy A. Alessi},
  journal={Sleep},
  year={2017},
  volume={40 8}
}
Study Objective To test the effectiveness of a 4-week behavioral Sleep Intervention Program (SIP: sleep compression, modified stimulus control, and sleep hygiene) compared to a 4-week information-only control (IC) among older adults attending a VA Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) program in a double-blind, randomized, clinical trial. Methods Forty-two individuals (mean age: 77 years, 93% male) enrolled in a VA ADHC program were randomized to receive SIP or IC. All completed in-person sleep and… CONTINUE READING
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