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CBT for insomnia reduces sleep apnoea severity: a randomised controlled trial

Insomnia and obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) frequently co-occur and may be causally related through sleep fragmentation and/or hyperarousal mechanisms. CBTi consolidates sleep periods and promotes a 15% decrease in OSA severity in patients with comorbid insomnia and OSA. This suggests that insomnia disorder may exacerbate OSA and provides further support for treating insomnia in the presence of comorbid OSA.

Cognitive behavioural therapy for insomnia reduces sleep apnoea severity a randomised cont
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