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Q Is cognitive behavioural therapy effective for people who experience nocturnal panic?
Randomised controlled trial.
Follow up period:
California, USA; time period not stated.
Forty three people with DSM-IV panic disorder with or without agoraphobia, with night panics for at least six months and at least two episodes in the previous month, or at least two episodes in the previous two months plus at least moderate apprehension about their recurrence (Nocturnal Panic Screen). Exclusions: bipolar disorder; psychosis; post-traumatic stress disorder; current substance dependence or abuse; neurological, cardiovascular, or respiratory disorders; pheochromocytoma; hyperthyroidism; amphetamine intoxication; or severe obesity.
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT): 11 one hour sessions involving educational information and …
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