The Better Weight-Better Sleep Study: A Pilot Intervention in Primary Care.

Title

The Better Weight-Better Sleep Study: A Pilot Intervention in Primary Care.

Creator

Logue Everett E; Bourguet Claire C; Palmieri Patrick A; Scott Edward D; Matthews Beth A; Dudley Patricia; Chipman Katie J

Publisher

American Journal of Health Behavior

Date

2012
2012-06-05

Description

Objective: To explore the feasibility of integrating sleep management interventions with dietary and exercise interventions for obesity in a 12-week randomized trial. Methods: We randomized 49 overweight or obese adult patients either to a better weight (BW) cognitive behavioral intervention, or to a combination of the BW intervention and a better sleep intervention, better weight-better sleep (BWBS). Results: The BWBS group lost weight faster (P=.04), and coping self-efficacy accelerated (P=.01). Conclusions: These preliminary results merit replication in a larger primary care-based trial with a longer continuous intervention and followup period.

Subject

Adult; Female; Male; Aged; Primary Health Care; Behavior Therapy; Human; Funding Source; Repeated Measures; Scales; Data Analysis Software; Middle Age; Adolescence; Regression; Treatment Outcomes; Randomized Controlled Trials; Cognitive Therapy; Sleep; Obesity – Prevention and Control; Sleep Disorders – Complications

Identifier

Rights

Article information provided for research and reference use only. All rights are retained by the journal listed under publisher and/or the creator(s).

Pages

319–334

Issue

3

Volume

36

Citation

Logue Everett E; Bourguet Claire C; Palmieri Patrick A; Scott Edward D; Matthews Beth A; Dudley Patricia; Chipman Katie J, “The Better Weight-Better Sleep Study: A Pilot Intervention in Primary Care.,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed September 21, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/5970.

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