Health: In Search of Sleep

A new study shows that behavioral therapy works better against insomnia

IT HAPPENS TWO OR THREE times a week. I get in bed, turn off the light and wait to fall asleep ... and wait ... and wait. It might be two or three hours before I drop off. And even then, I might wake up a couple of hours later and go through the whole thing again. I'm not alone, either. According to the National Sleep Foundation, about 60% of U.S. adults have insomnia every few days, and about a third go through this torment every night of their lives. I've been thinking more and more about those seductive commercials for...