Sleep restriction condition for Nicotine Addiction
This trial will test the hypothesis that chronotype (preference for morning or evening activity) and impaired sleep impact cigarette usage, smoking dependence, urge/craving, and withdrawal differently in blacks compared to whites.
- Nicotine Addiction
- Sleep Disorder
Study ObjectivesOutcome measures can provide a clearer picture of what you can expect from a treatment.
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What is the current patient cohort for this investigation?
"Yes, evidence on clinicaltrials.gov suggests that this study is actively enrolling participants. This experiment was first advertised in the public domain on January 1st 2021 and has been updated as recently June 2nd 2022. The trial organisers require 50 volunteers from a single medical facility for their research."
Is recruitment still taking place for this research initiative?
"This clinical trial is actively sourcing participants, as evidenced by the data published on clinicaltrials.gov. The initial post was made January 1st 2021 and latest edit took place June 2nd 2022."