Researchers at Northumbria University are looking for people with sleep problems to take part in a new study.
Dr. Jason Ellis, Director of the Northumbria Centre for Sleep, wants to find people who are losing sleep due to either stress or insomnia.
He said: “We want people who have had trouble sleeping for both long and short periods.
“We will be looking to use cognitive behavioural therapy to treat the problem and will assess people’s habits without using medication.
“The volunteers will be monitored and assessed for one day in the lab, and then they will be monitored for one hour a week over a period of six weeks.”
Dr. Ellis is hoping to start the study later in July and aims to gather around 100 volunteers to take part.
For more information email: Jason.firstname.lastname@example.org
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