PI Sally Shuttleworth explores how "stress caused sleeplessness for the Victorians too" on The Conversation

“Sleeplessness is one of the torments of our age and generation.” You might presume that this is a quote from a contemporary commentator, and no wonder: the World Health Organisation has diagnosed a global epidemic of sleeplessness, and it is difficult to escape accounts, both popular and scientific, of the dangers to health of our 24/7 lifestyle in the modern digital age. But it was actually the neurologist Sir William Broadbent who wrote these words, in 1900.

Read Professor Sally Shuttleworth's full article on The Conversation.