More than a third of adults in the United Kingdom suffer from something that too few doctors take seriously: chronic insomnia. Long-term trouble with sleeping has become a big problem in recent years, and the constant buzz of modern life hasn't been helping. Simon Parkin spins a compelling narrative about a promising new therapy that may stop sleeplessness – and change the way the medical establishment views insomnia treatments altogether. getAbstract recommends this worthwhile read to anyone who struggles to get a good night's sleep.
In this summary, you will learn
- How insomnia affects people’s lives and health,
- Why a new therapy to treat insomniacs is especially groundbreaking, and
- How the London-based Insomnia Clinic’s program works.
About the Author
Simon Parkin is a freelance journalist and games critic for The Observer. He is author of Death by Video Game: Tales of Obsession from the Virtual Frontline.
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1 week agoAbsolutely a wast of time