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Light flashes plus cognitive behavior therapy can increase teens’ sleep time

By Marilynn Larkin, New York (Reuters Health) October 4, 2019

Dr. Alex Dimitriu, a psychiatrist and sleep medicine specialist in Menlo Park, California, commented by email, “For phase 1, CBT was done over the phone, while in phase 2, CBT was done in person, in the lab; it would be interesting to see what is the ‘minimum’ amount of CBT, via phone or in-person, that would still be effective.” “It would also be interesting to dive into the CBT interventions further, and see which components were most powerful when combined with light therapy,” he told Reuters Health.

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