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People with Crohn's disease often suffer from sleep problems. Long term, sleep problems may lead to more flares of Crohn's disease or other complications. In general, people with Crohn's disease also report that sleep problems can worsen symptoms of Crohn's disease the next day. In people with other medical problems, research has also shown that having sleep problems can make other things worse, such as pain and inflammation. In this study, the researchers want to understand the treatment of sleep problems in people with Crohn's disease, and what else might improve if sleep gets better. This study will use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) to treat insomnia symptoms. CBT-I is the recommended treatment for insomnia and has been shown to improve sleep problems, pain, and inflammation in other groups of people. If this study is successful, it will contribute to understanding how to treat insomnia in people with Crohn's disease and how sleep impacts pain and inflammation. Long term, this information will be helpful in understanding how best to take care of people with Crohn's disease.


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NCT number NCT05034159
Study type Interventional
Source Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Contact Jessica K Salwen-Deremer, PhD
Phone 603-650-6388
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date October 15, 2021
Completion date April 1, 2023

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