Efficacy of Behavioral Insomnia Treatment for Chronic Migraine
Sponsored by University of Mississippi, Oxford
The purpose of this study is to test the efficacy of a brief behavioral insomnia intervention in reducing headache frequency and severity among patients with chronic migraine and insomnia. It is hypothesized that this intervention will produce greater changes in headache frequency and severity than will a comparison treatment involving non-sleep-specific general lifestyle modifications.
Behavioral: Stimulus Control and Sleep Restriction
Behavioral: Lifestyle Modification
Adult patients aged 18-65 diagnosed with chronic migraine (15 or more days with bheadache per month, most of which must be migraine) and insomnia who present for routine medical care for migraine
Currently pregnant or breastfeeding, being unable to read or speak English at a 6th grade level, alcohol or substance abuse or dependence, bipolar disorder or seizure disorder, psychiatric hospitalization within the last year, medication overuse headache, and patients not stable on current migraine medications
Study Locations And Contact Information
Psychological Services Center, University Mississippi
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