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treatment as usual for persistent insomnia in pa¬tients with cancer. Journal of Clinical Oncology 26 4651- 4658. 85 Espie CA, MacMahon KMA, Kelly HL, Broomfield NM, Douglas NJ, Engleman HM, McKinstry B, Morin CM, Walker A & Wilson P (2007) Randomized Clinical Effectiveness Trial of Nurse- Administered Small-Group Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Persistent Insomnia in General Practice. Sleep 30 (5) 574-584. 86 Espie CA, Inglis SJ, Tessier T & Harvey L (2001) The clinical effectiveness of cognitive behaviour therapy for chronic insomnia: implementation and evaluation of a sleep clinic in general medical practice. Behaviour Research and Therapy 39 45–60. 87 Morin CM, Bootzin RR, Buysse DJ, Edinger JD, Espie CA & Lichstein KL (2006) Psychological and behavioral treatment of insomnia: Update of the recent evidence (1998-2004). Sleep 29 1398-1414. 88 Morin CM, Hauri PJ, Espie CA, Spielman AJ, Buysse DJ & Bootzin RR (1999) Nonpharmacologic treatment of chronic insomnia. Sleep 22 1134- 1156. 89 Edinger JD, Wohlgemuth WK, Radtke RA, Coffman CJ & Carney CE (2007) Dose-response effects of cognitive- behavioral insomnia therapy: A ran¬domized clinical trial. Sleep 30 203-212. 90 Espie CA (2009) “Stepped Care”: A Health Technology Solution for Delivering Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as a First Line Insomnia Treatment. Sleep 32 1549-1558 91 Morin CM, Gaulier B, Barry T & Kowatch RA (1992) Patients Acceptance of Psychological and Pharmacological Therapies for Insomnia. Sleep 15 302-305. 92 van Straten A & Cuijpers P (2009) Self-help therapy for insomnia: A meta- analy¬sis. Sleep Medicine Reviews 13 61-67. 93 Espie CA, Broomfield NM, MacMahon KMA, Macpheec LM, & Taylord LM (2006) The attention-intention- effort pathway in the development of psychophysiologic insomnia: A theoretical review. Sleep Medicine Reviews 10 215–245. References
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‘ Man should forget his anger before he lies down to sleep.’ Gandhi
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73 72 Appendix: Sleep Diary Working out the reasons why you might have problems sleeping can be difficult. Keeping a sleep diary, like the one on the next page, can help you keep track of when you slept well or poorly, and the possible reasons why that happened. To complete the sleep diary, simply read the questions opposite and answer them in the appropriate space in the table. For instance, the answer to question A will be put in column A of the table next to the date of the sleep concerned. An example is provided on the first line of the table. This sleep diary has enough space for up to a week. Once you have completed it, you can download and print a new copy from our website: Questions for sleep diary: A How did you sleep last night? B What time did you go to bed? C Approximately how long did it take you to get to sleep? D How many times did you wake up during the night? E What time did you wake up? F How long did you sleep for in total? G What did you consume (if anything) within four hours of going to bed (e.g. cup of tea/coffee/ milky drink, glass of wine/beer, sleeping pills, dinner) and how long before bed did you consume it?
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