Is enough being done to help people with Insomnia?


One in ten people suffers from Insomnia and more than 10 million prescriptions for sleeping tablets are written in England each year, but is popping pills the right answer?

Non-drug treatments, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - or CBT - are often not offered to patients because they're too expensive.

Some experts think the government should be doing more.

Tim Muffett reports.

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