Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia reduces alcohol-related harm among veterans in treatment

A study led by a University of Missouri School of Medicine researcher has established that cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an effective first-line treatment for insomnia among individuals with alcohol use disorder, regardless of abstinence from alcohol. It is the first study to document that treating insomnia with CBT reduces the negative outcomes associated with excessive drinking.

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