Case 4 – ‘Sleep Issues’

You are particularly troubled by the inability to sleep following various medication changes and the uncertainty associated with a cancer diagnosis. You have already tried some sleeping tablets issued by the hospital but reluctant to try any further tablets for fear of adding yet more medications to your daily regime. You want to know what you can do improve your quality of sleep without resorting to medication. Have a look at Tackling Sleep in the Cancer Prevention Research section.

Also, take a look at my review on Alpha-Stim (AID), which is a novel portable handheld device utilising cranial electrotherapy stimulation as a mode of therapy and has recently been published on the Medtech Innovation Briefing for the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), Sep 2019 for treating anxiety. It can be also used to treat insomnia.


See  Case 5 – ‘Healthy Diet’

Case 1 – ‘Obesity’  I  Case 2 – ‘Anxiety’ Case 3 – ‘Post Cancer’