• Adult insomnia of all types
  • Bedtime and night-waking problems in babies and toddlers
  • Unsatisfactory sleep patterns in teenagers
  • Disturbed sleep in the elderly
  • Sleep difficulties associated with shift-work and other types of work
  • Sleep disorders in people with neurological disorders (including dementia)
  • Sleep disturbance caused by depression or other psychiatric conditions
  • Sleep abnormalities in people with a learning disability
  • Excessive sleepiness
  • Sleepwalking


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