A Novel Home Sleep Monitoring Device and Brief Sleep Intervention for Bipolar Disorder: Feasibility, Tolerability, and Preliminary Effectiveness

Reference:
Sylvia L, Salcedo S, Bianchi M. A Novel Home Sleep Monitoring Device and Brief Intervention for Bipolar Disorder: Feasibility, Tolerability, and Preliminary Effectiveness. Cogn Ther and Res 2014; 38(1): 55-61. DOI: 10.1007/s10608-013-9575-7

Objectives:
The purpose of this study is to assess the feasibility and tolerability of a novel EKG-based home sleep monitoring device (M1) as well as a brief (two session) psychosocial sleep intervention for individuals with bipolar disorder. 

Conclusions:
The brief psychosocial sleep intervention developed for bipolar disorder, as well as the novel home sleep monitoring device (M1 device) was feasible and tolerable for this population.

Practical Significance:
The M1 device was simple and successfully implemented in this population of patients with bipolar disorder.

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A Novel Home Sleep Monitoring Device and Brief Sleep Intervention for Bipolar Disorder: Feasibility, Tolerability, and Preliminary Effectiveness