Game-changing treatment that's better than sleeping pills.

Sleeping pills are one solution to insomnia, but the number of side effects is legion, which means a new app from one of the UK’s foremost sleep experts could be a welcome new way to get to sleep. Sleepstation, created by Dr. Kirstie Anderson, uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to guide people into the dreamworld, and even claims to be more effective than drugs.

Anderson told Forbes that, “people who have chronic insomnia dread climbing the stairs and going to bed. It’s a life-altering condition that has a massive health and well-being impact.” It's also a condition that can affect five to ten percent of the population at any given time, which makes the treatment an important tool.

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