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How to Sleep Well

Audiobook
Nonfiction: Self-Help
Unabridged   7 hour(s)
Publication date: 02/26/2019

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How to Sleep Well

The Science of Sleeping Smarter, Living Better and Being Productive

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Digital Download ISBN:9781684419647

Summary

How to Sleep Well is a guidebook that can change your sleep and help you live your life more fully.

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Product Description

It has never been more important to sleep well.

Stop sabotaging your own sleep and finally wake up energized and refreshed.

How to Sleep Well is a guidebook that can change your sleep and help you live your life more fully. Whether you struggle to fall asleep, sleep too lightly, wake too often, or simply cannot wake up, this book can help you get on track to sleeping well and living better. It all starts with the science of sleep: how much you really need, what your body does during sleep, and the causes behind many common sleep problems. Next, you'll identify the things in your life that are disrupting your sleep cycle and learn how to mitigate the impact; whether it's the pressure of the workplace or that you simply cannot quiet your own mind, these expert tips and tricks will help you get the sleep you need. Finally, you'll learn how to support healthy sleep during the waking hours—what works with or against your sleep—and you'll learn when the problem might be best dealt with by your GP.

Don't spend another restless night waiting for a bleary, groggy morning and sleepy day. Take control of your sleep tonight!

Reviews/Praise

"An excellent read. I am now sharing the virtues of sleep with anyone that will listen." —TRACEY WOODWARD, Chief Executive Officer, Aromatherapy Associates

Author Bio

Dr. Neil Stanley has been involved in sleep research for more than thirty-five years. He has worked alongside some of the best psychopharmacologists, ENT surgeons, psychologists, sociologists, and circadian biologists in the sleep field.