MD Magazine (4/20, Walter) reports that “individuals with insomnia may benefit from” cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, “a personalized version of therapy administered through their smartphones,” researchers concluded. For the “randomized clinical trial, the investigators examined 92 workers with insomnia using an application that provided tailored brief behavioral therapy for two weeks” on “insomnia-related symptoms, social disabilities, and work productivity among workers within Japan.” The study revealed that “when compared to the waiting list control group…brief behavior therapy for insomnia interventions were more effective for reduction of insomnia severity.” The findings were published online April 14 in JAMA Network Open. (SOURCE: APA Headlines)