Professor Jason Ellis, Director of the Northumbria Centre For Sleep Research, thinks that he has the solution.
He says, in today's Daily Mail, that acute insomnia - lasting between two weeks to three months - affects 30% of Britons; and chronic insomnia - lasting more than three months - affects 10 - 15% of Britons. So, up to 45% aren't getting enough sleep.
In the long term this seriously affects health - with risks of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, depression, obesity and certain types of cancer.
Jason Ellis has developed CBT I - Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Insomnia - that claims a 73% fix rate in one to one sessions. But, as these are geographicly limited, a book is due to be published next week - that is to be serialised in the Daily Mail - starting on Monday 13th. It has a series of exercises that can help one to get a great sleep. Do have a look - if you have problems.
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