Therapeutic Effect of Common Goldenrop Decoction Combined With Ramuli Cinnamomi Decoction in the Treatment of Patients with Insomnia during the Period of the Day from 11 PM to 3 AM

Na Duan (Beijing Huairou Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine)
Zhizhi Dong (Beijing Huairou Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine)
Xiyou Qi (Beijing Huairou Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine)

Abstract


Objective: To observe the clinical efficacy of common goldenrop decoction combined with ramuli cinnamomi decoction in the treatment of patients with insomnia during the period of the day from 11 PM to 3 AM. Methods: 80 patients with insomnia during the period of the day from 11 PM to 3 AM were randomly divided into control group and intervention group. The control group was treated with 1 mg of estazolam tablets at 9 PM every night; while the intervention group was given common goldenrop decoction combined with ramuli cinnamomi decoction based on the estazolam tablets. After 2 weeks of treatment and after 2 weeks of withdrawal, the improvement in sleep was observed. Results: After 2 weeks of treatment, the efficacy of the intervention group (97.5%) was significantly higher than that of the control group (75.0%). The difference was statistically significant. After 2 weeks of withdrawal, the intervention group still had an effective rate of 87.5%, which was significantly higher than that of the control group (55.0%). Conclusion: common goldenrop decoction combined with ramuli cinnamomi decoction can improve the short-term and long-term sleep quality of patients with insomnia during the period of the day from 11 PM to 3 AM.


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Common goldenrop decoction combined with ramuli cinnamomi decoction; Insomnia during the period of the day from 11 PM to 3 AM

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jams.v3i1.1616

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