365 Ways to Get a Good Night's Sleep

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F+W Media, Oct 18, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 224 pages
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We spend about one third of our lives asleep—but we still feel tired. Without a good eight hours, we end up head-bobbing at work and drinking enough coffee to fuel a jet! This book addresses the surprisingly complex issue of sleep in easy-to-tackle steps. This exhaustive guide brings shuteye within reach as it explains how to:
  • Pay back a sleep debt
  • Nap without throwing off nighttime rest
  • Deter disturbing dreams
  • Handle a sleepwalker (or night-eater!)
  • Take a bite out of teeth grinding, and more!
It's usually not a good thing for a book to put you to sleep. But this one-way ticket to dreamland will help you go from counting sheep to fast asleep!

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About the author (2009)

Ronald L. Kotler, MD, DABSM (Philadelphia, PA), is the respiratory director at the Pennsylvania Hospital Sleep Disorders Center and is a member of the American Board of Sleep Medicine, the American Sleep Disorders Association, the American College of Physicians, and the American Thoracic Society.

Maryann Karinch (Estes Park, CO) is the author of twelve books. She has competed successfully in multiple sports, including gymnastics, bodybuilding, and endurance racing, and holds a current certification in personal training from the American Council on Exercise.

Charles R. Cantor, MD, DABSM (Philadelphia, PA), is a neurologist specializing in sleep disorders. He is the medical director at the Penn Sleep Centers.

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