Living with insomnia

Britain's sleepless nights

Three in 10 Britons suffer from insomnia. Find out how it's treated and what easy lifestyle changes you can make to improve your sleep.

10 tips to beat insomnia

Following these simple lifestyle changes can greatly improve your quality of sleep.

How to get to sleep

If you have a hard time falling asleep, a regular bedtime ritual will help you wind down and prepare for sleep.

'Sleep made me anxious'

Jane became desperate when she was unable to sleep for days at a time and medication wasn't helping.

Sleeping pills

Millions of sleeping pills are taken every year but non-drug treatments offer the best hope for tackling insomnia.

'Hypnosis helped me get to sleep'

Chronic insomniac Suzie turned to hypnosis when everything else failed.

Tools

Sleepwalking: Lee's story

Lee started sleepwalking at the age of four. In this video he describes his sleepwalking episodes, including doing artwork despite having no interest in art, plus the physical side effects when he wakes up.

Media last reviewed: 28/01/2013

Next review due: 28/01/2015

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