CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., July 6, 2009 – The estimated one-third of adults who suffer from insomnia could soon find effective treatment without ever leaving their homes. Researchers at the University of Virginia Health System have developed a unique Internet-based intervention, based on well-established face-to-face cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, that has shown remarkable results in improving patients’ sleep.
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Hi “Marvel” I agree that any person who is experiencing insomnia should discuss this with their doctor to consider all treatment options. Medication is one approach among many. This blog is about technology and occupational therapy, not a place to advertise drugs. I'm not sure who you are as your profile is not available, so I am removing your comment. Feel free to re-comment if you also add a direct link to your profile so that any people reading this blog can also verify who you are.Thanks, Anita.