Separation anxiety levels modify the efficacy of behavioral interventions for pediatric insomnia


  • Two distinct behavioral interventions improve pediatric insomnia and infants with high separation anxiety benefit most if their parents stay close by.

Why this matters

    These findings reveal that brief behavioral interventions can improve pediatric insomnia and highlight the importance of personalizing interventions according to individual needs, rather than adopting a ‘one-treatment-fits-all’ approach.