Online insomnia treatment and the reduction of anxiety symptoms as a secondary outcome in a randomised controlled trial: The role of cognitive-behavioural factors

The findings suggest that online cognitive behavioral therapy interventions for insomnia are beneficial for reducing anxiety regardless of people’s beliefs about their sleep and insomnia, and this is particularly the case for those with high sleep-threat monitoring. This study also provides further evidence for cognitive models of insomnia.

Read the full text with figures, metrics, and related articles in the Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry