Non-drug treatments for chronic insomnia

10:24 EST 17 Nov 2016 | British Medical Journal

Between 13 & 33% of the adult population have regular difficulty in getting to sleep, or staying asleep. It's important to recognise the difference between acute and chronic insomnia, as treatment strategies differ. David Cunnington, director of the Melbourne Sleep Disorders Centre, joins us to explain what non-drug interventions are available to...

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