Adding Sleep Intervention to Traditional Diet and Exercise Approach to Weight Loss
The goal is to determine if improved sleep will increase/enhance weight loss among overweight adults with insomnia.
Stanford is not currently accepting new patients for this trial. You may want to check clinicaltrials.gov to see if other locations are recruiting.
- behavioral : Weight Loss Regimen and Sleep Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Phase: Phase 2
Ages Eligible For Study:
- Gender: Both women and men - Age: > or = 18 years - Ethnicity and race: All ethnic and racial backgrounds welcome - The following, which will be measured at the screening clinic visit: - Body Mass Index: 28-40 (kg/m-squared) - Chronic Short Sleep: total sleep time < 6.5 hours, greater than or equal to 4 days per week (determined by 1-week sleep log) for the past 6 months or longer (based on self-report). - Insomnia: sleep latency and/or wake after sleep onset > 30 minutes, greater than or equal to 4 days per week, insomnia severity index > 10, and complaint of at least one negative effect during waking hours (such as fatigue, sleepiness, impaired functioning, mood disturbance) attributed to sleep (as determined by self report). - Eligible sleep disorder: sleep apnea or upper airway resistance syndrome treated by positive airway therapy for > or = 3 months resulting in improved sleep. - Psychiatric disorders that are stable on SSRI, SNRI, or bupropion antidepressant for greater than or equal to 3 months if no anticipated changes in medications to occur during the trial if they are weight stable. - Planning to be available for clinic visits and for the 8 weeks of study participation - Ability and willingness to give written informed consent.