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IJPN 2020, 8(3): 1-10 Back to browse issues page
Effect of Integral Deep listening Treatment on Improving Insomnia Severity and Quality of Sleep in Female Adolescents with Insomnia
Fateme Torkladani , Asghar Aghaei * , Ilnaz Sajjadian
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Introduction: Insomnia is one of the major disorders of adolescent sleep that has implications for various aspects of their health and performance. The purpose of this study was therefore the aim of this study was investigation the effectiveness of integral deep listening(I D L) therapy on improving insomnia severity and quality of sleep in adolescent girls with insomnia.
Methods: The research was semi-experimental (repeated measure). The statistical population consisted of 30 female adolescents, grade 10 and 11 with the problem of insomnia and no other psychiatric disorders from Isfahan secondary high school, who, as a target, were selected and randomly assigned to the treatment and control groups in 2018. Research tools: Insomnia Severrity Index (ISI - 2006), Pittsburgh sleep quality index (PSQI -1989) and, Clinical Interviews (to diagnose insomnia and other mental problems). The treatment group underwen integral deep listening treatment for two months and and the scores of insomnia severity and sleep quality before and after the intervention and at the follow-up phase of two month were collected in both groups and analyzed using Variance analysis test with repeated measurements and bonfroni pursuit test.
Results: Results have showed that treatment) IDL(significantly effect on improving the severity of insomnia and sleep quality in the treatment group compared to the control group and this effect is persisted at follow-up(P ˂ 0.001). There is a significant difference between the control group and the treatment group In the post-test as well as follow-up stages in both variables the severity of insomnia and sleep quality (P ˂ 0.001).
Conclusions: Results of this study reveal the effectiveness of integral deep listening treatment on insomnia severity and quality of sleep in adolescent girls with insomnia. According to these results and the mechanism of its effectiveness, this therapy can have good therapeutic implications.
 
Keywords: Integral Deep listening Treatment, Insomnia Severity, Quality of sleep, Female adolescents
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Received: 2020/04/11 | Accepted: 2020/08/12 | Published: 2020/08/31 | ePublished: 2020/08/31
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Torkladani F, Aghaei A, Sajjadian I. Effect of Integral Deep listening Treatment on Improving Insomnia Severity and Quality of Sleep in Female Adolescents with Insomnia. IJPN. 2020; 8 (3) :1-10
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